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Christen Mandrupsen of Jernvaerket, Asker married to Goro Olsdatter likely in 1720s or 1730s

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Tybring Hemphill

I am looking for information concerning the family of Christen Mandrupsen. He lived in Asker, Akershus in 1731 when his son Jens Christensen was born there and his residence is described as "Vaerket" (perhaps Baerum or Dikemark jernverk)

 

With the assistance of Berit Knudsen the following churchbook entry was located:

 

Jens bapt. 1.sunday. after h.3.konger (7/1?) 1731, father Christen Mandrupsen, Værket. http://www.arkivverk...ny&idx_side=-18

 

No mother is given for Jens Christensen

 

 

However, the following suggests that unless Christen Mandrupsen were remarried between 1731 and 1737, the mother of Jens Christensen should be Goro Olsdatter (bottom right of page):

 

http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:kb_read?idx_kildeid=7729&idx_id=7729&uid=ny&idx_side=-27

 

Name: Mallene Christensen Gender: Female Event Date: 24 Nov 1737 Event Place: , ASKER, AKERSHUS, NORWAY Birth Date: 22 Nov 1737 Birthplace: Death Date: Name Note: Race: Father's Name: Christen Mandrupsen Father's Birthplace: Father's Age: Mother's Name: Goro Olsdr Mother's Birthplace: Mother's Age: Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C42820-1 System Origin: Norway-EASy GS Film number: 123213

 

A Mogens Mandrupsen is a witness at the christening. And Mogens Mandrupsen was married in Asker in 1731 in Asker:

 

Name: Mogens Mandrupsen Birth Date: Birthplace: Age: Spouse's Name: Guri Chalsdr Spouse's Birth Date: Spouse's Birthplace: Spouse's Age:

Event Date: 11 Apr 1731 Event Place:

Asker,Akershus,Norway

 

 

Here you will see that the Mandrupsen family appears to have been well-established in Asker as there is a likely brother to Christen Mandrupsen named Jacob who was married in 1729 (see bottom centre of page)

 

http://www.arkivverk...ny&idx_side=-15

 

It looks like the Mandrupsen family was closely associated with the Jernverk business as here I see Jacob (likely another brother to Christen) working at Moss Jernverk

 

(Kilde:”Arven” nr.1/2004,s.24 ”Moss Jernverk i 1750” skrevet av Knut Thorvaldsen.)

Jacob Mandrupsen og Ole Erichsen var kullbrennere ved kullmilene som lå på jernverkets eiendom. Den nærmeste kullmilen lå der det i dag er parkeringsplass på Myra og som før het

Kullebunnen.

 

Since Jacob Mandrupsen also had a child named Mallene, perhaps that was the name of the mother of these two possible brothers:

 

Name: Mallene Jacobsen Gender: Female Event Date: 12 Oct 1732 Event Place: , VESTRE BAERUM, AKERSHUS, NORWAY Birth Date: 05 Oct 1732 Birthplace: Death Date: Name Note: Race: Father's Name: Jacob Mandrupsen

 

Thank you for any ideas or suggestions.

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Espen Tjernshaugen

Aker, Asker og Bærum 1733 Hoved og Lægdsrulle / Legd 32, legdsnr. 63 Deli/Løcken

Jakob Mandrupsen Vøyen, husmannsønn, 35 år, oppført på legdene Deli og Løcken men hører til Bærum Tandberg,

gift, 2 barn, drevet siden 1722, tjent regimentet i 11 år:

https://picasaweb.go...TAs8lRFWFgOckaw#

 

F. 19 juli, dpt. Domin. 5p. Trinit. 1734 Tanum Asker: Berthe, foreldre: Jakob Manrupsen og Gjertrud Hansdatter, faddere:

Mons Manrupsen, hustru, Kristen Manrupsen, hustru, Mathias Olsen, Peder Pedersen.

Kildeinformasjon: Akershus fylke, Asker, Ministerialbok nr. I 2 (1733-1766), Fødte og døpte 1734, side 9.

Permanent sidelenke: http://www.arkivverk...ny&idx_side=-12

 

Begravet 29.3.1736 Nesodden: Berthe Jakobsdatter, 1 1/2 år, hvis foreldre var forleden kommet fra Bærum, og oppholdt seg nå i Grisebu.

Kildeinformasjon: Akershus fylke, Nesodden, Ministerialbok nr. 1 (1709-1749), Kronologisk liste 1736, side 136-137.

Permanent sidelenke: http://www.arkivverk...ny&idx_side=-85

 

Begravet 8.8.1739 Nesodden: Mandrup Jakobsen fra Grisebustranden, nesten 2 år:

Kildeinformasjon: Akershus fylke, Nesodden, Ministerialbok nr. 1 (1709-1749), Kronologisk liste 1739, side 162-163.

Permanent sidelenke: http://www.arkivverk...ny&idx_side=-98

 

Døpt. 18.9.1740 i Nesodden: Berthe, Jakob Mandrupsen og Gjertrud:

Kildeinformasjon: Akershus fylke, Nesodden, Ministerialbok nr. 1 (1709-1749), Kronologisk liste 1740, side 176-177.

Permanent sidelenke: http://www.arkivverk...y&idx_side=-105

 

Begr. 5.2.1741 Slottsmenigheten Christiania: Berthe, Jacob Mandrupsens barn:

Kildeinformasjon: Oslo fylke, Akershus slottsmenighet i Garnisonsmenigheten, Ministerialbok nr. 1 (1734-1756), Døde og begravede 1741, side 138.

Permanent sidelenke: http://www.arkivverk...y&idx_side=-120

 

En Jakob Mandrupsen vies den 3.6.1760 i Moss:

Kildeinformasjon: Østfold fylke, Moss, Ministerialbok nr. I 2 (1753-1779), Ekteviede 1760-1763, side 430-431.

Permanent sidelenke: http://www.arkivverk...y&idx_side=-134

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Tybring Hemphill

Thank you for your reply and help, Espen. Are you related to this Mandrupsen family? I was surprised to see so much information so quickly.

 

Based on the military records, it looks like Jacob Mandrupsen was born about 1698, as he was 35 in 1733. In addition to any association with Ironwork, it is clear that Jacob is a soldier and he is later posted to the Garnisons menighet.

 

(By the way, where did you find these military records - I am trying to find another military family on the west coast a few years earlier in the 1720s but cannot find any good sources)

 

I am guesing that the Mons Manrupsen, who was fadder at the birth of Berthe Jakobsdatter in 1734, is the same person as Mogens Mandrupsen who was fadder at the birth of Mallene Christensen in 1737

 

Do you agree that with three men all named Mandrupsen living in the same area at the same time it is likely that they are brothers and that they were born in that place or came there as children, so that it is likely their father died there.

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Tybring, I am not related to the Mandrupsen family. The information I shared was collected due to to fact that the family lived a few years in Nesodden (my area of interest).

 

I am sorry that I don`t have any further information about them. I see it as very likely that the three Mandrupsens were brothers, but I have not yet seen any documentation that can tell us that for sure.

I do belive Mons and Mogens Mandrupsen is the same person.

 

The military records and other useful stuff: http://slektskilder.blogspot.no/

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Tybring Hemphill

Thank you Espen for the helpful information, especially the link which is entirely new to me. It will take quite some time to work through al of the sources to see what may help in my research.

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Jacob Mandrupsen in a military record 1726:

 

Kildeinformasjon: Rentekammeret inntil 1814, Realistisk ordnet avdeling, Krigsvesen, Militære ruller 15 (RA/EA-4070/Ki/L0015), 1726-1726, oppb: Riksarkivet.

Merknader: Hovedlegdsruller.

Permanent sidelenke: http://arkivverket.no/URN:db_read/db/13182/354/

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