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[#72866] Anne Hansdatter's death

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Guest Marlys Nelson

Could someone please translate this entry for me? I believe it is a document written when my great great grandmother moved to Sweden to be married. I also think it may give the date of her mother's death, which I have been looking for. Can someone decifer this jpg file for me?

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Guest Eyvind Knutsen

Her is the birth of Karen Olsdtr born 1823 Hof in Hedmark county.LenkeThe letter tells that Karen was born 1823 and 'confirmated?' in 1837Sincerely Eyvind

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Guest Eyvind Knutsen

Confirmation in 1837:LenkeSincerely Eyvind

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Guest Eyvind Knutsen

Har noen mulighet til å oversette brevet eller, evt.tydehjelp på norsk

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Guest Mariann Stokken

Skulle gjerne hjelpt til med oversetjing, men det var litt for dårleg kvalitet på det.Would be happy to help with translation, but it was to difficult to read. Not the letters, but the copy was not good enough.Kind regards from Mariann.

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Guest Unni Lauvås

Det som står er vel en bekreftelse på når hun ble født og hvor og når hun ble konfirmert. Hun har temmelig god kristendomskunnskap og er ikke bundet av noe offentlig ekteskapsløfte. Videre står det at hun skal til flytte til Sverige for å gifte seg med ungkar Ole Danilsen Midt???Litt hjelp på veien...

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Guest Eyvind Knutsen

Here is Ole Johanson 3 years,and his mother and father to.LenkeEyvind

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Guest Marlys Nelson

Thanks again for the added help. Ole came to America in 1862 with his sons, after all his daughters (and, I think, his wife)died. I will probably not find any record of Anne Hansdatter's death, but I'm quite sure she didn't come to America with Ole. Many thanks for working with that poor copy of Karen's document.

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Guest Eyvind Knutsen

I found a Anne Hansdtr dead in Hof,but can't confirm that this is the right Anne....Lenke Sincerely Eyvind

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Guest Marlys Nelson

I doubt that is 'my' Anne Hansdatter....her husband remained on Juberget in Åsnes until he immigrated with his sons to Wisconsin. Anne was born on Bringsasen in Finnskoga, Varmland so the fact that she was buried in Sweden is very interesting. WHY couldn't they have recorded her age at death! Thanks for the tip, Eyvind.

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Guest Berit Gullbekk

Where did you find this entry?

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Guest Berit Gullbekk

In Åsnes BB I find this on Juberget: Ole Johansen (1772-1840) m.t. Anne Hansdatter, children: Johanne b.1821, Karen b.1823, Eli b.1825, Anne b.1830, Jon b.1833, Halvor b.1836, Oluf b.1840. In Dalby church book I find a Anna Hansdotter b. 9. mar. 1802,parents Hans Jansson and Karin Henriksdotter Bringsåsen.

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Guest Marlys Nelson

That is the family I am researching, Berit...though Ole Johansen's birth should be 1798...and that is the correct Anne, born in Dalby. They are, of course, from some of the Finnish families from eastern Finland who moved west in the 1600s. My original (poor) copy was from S. Finnskoga, Varmland church record when Ole's daughter, Karen, moved to Medskogen in S. Finnskoga to marry Oluf Danielson....the couple later returned to Juberget and then went to USA in 1857 where Karen died a couple months later. Thanks for your interest, Berit.

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Guest Eyvind Knutsen

To Berit Gullbekk:I forgot to mention that the entry for Anne's death was from Hedmark/HofEyvind

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