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Carmen Gallagher

American needs help - Great Grandmother in Nittedal

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Carmen Gallagher

First I want to thank the Digitalarkivet for putting this information on the internet. I have found many of the family in the Ministerial and Klokkerbok entries. Now I need help translating some of the information. I have used Google translate for both Norwegian and Danish plus articles published on the net about Norwegian naming conventions. What wonderful resources they have been.

 

Here is my Great Grandmothers birth from the Kildeinformasjon: Akershus fylke, Nittedal, Ministerialbok nr. 6 (1863-1878), Fødte og døpte kvinner 1865, side 85 Line 19.

 

http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:NBN:no-a1450-kb20060929090136.jpg

 

I would like to know where her father, Arne Henriksen was from and also who were the Godparents and where were they from?

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

Sincerely,

Carmen

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Inger Karin Haarbye

Kildeinformasjon: Akershus fylke, Nittedal, Ministerialbok nr. 6 (1863-1878), Fødte og døpte kvinner 1865, side 85.

Permanent sidelenke: http://www.arkivverk...ny&idx_side=-82

Permanent bildelenke: http://www.arkivverk...60929090136.jpg

 

 

Arne Henriksen lived in Næsguteie.

 

The godparents: Ungkarl Jens Nicolaisen Korperud, ungk. Engebret Arnesen do (that is: Korperud), ungkarl Ingvald Gulbrandsen Holum, Pige Olava Olsdatter do, Pige Marie Olsdatter Bøhler.

 

http://kart.finn.no/?lng=10.96064&lat=59.99245&zoom=14&mapType=normap&markers=10.96066,59.99244,r,Nesgutu

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Carmen Gallagher

Thank you so much! I would never have guessed that Næsguteie was Nesgutu. I really appreciate your help.

 

 

Sincerely,

Carmen

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Inger Karin Haarbye

Thank you so much! I would never have guessed that Næsguteie was Nesgutu. I really appreciate your help.

 

- eie means a "husmannsplass" (small leased farm house). Næsguteie is a "husmannsplass" that belongs to the farm Næsgutu.

(Næs is spelled Nes in modern norwegian)

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Grete Jøraas

From the 'Nittedal Bydgebok (= farmbook):

 

Fossen (farm name) under Nesgutubakken:

 

Henrik Andersen Rotneseie 1772 - 1834 married to Anne Olsdatter Fossen 1774 - 1842. Their son

 

Arne Henriksen Fossen 1805- 1886 married 1832 to Mari Olsdatter Holum 1805 - 1854.Children:

 

Olavus b 1832 d 1854

Helene b 1835

Anton b 1837

Ingebret b 1842

Petronelle b 1846

 

Arne H marred II to Berte Jakobsdatter from Skedsmo b 1830. Children:

 

Olavus b 1856

Martin b 1859

Arne 1861 - 76

Jakob 1862

Anne Marie 1865

Maren Jensine 1869

Nikoline 1873 - 74

 

In 1875 Arne was listed as 'Home owner, shoemaker and fisherman'

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Carmen Gallagher

Thank you all so much! I had missed the child Arne 1861-1876 so am off to see what I can find. I also found the pages in the Bydgebok which I didn't know how to use which is wonderful. Again thank you - you are all so friendly and helpful. If I can do anything to help with relatives in America, please let me know and I'll try.

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Carmen Gallagher

Based on the above information, I believe I have found the marriage record for Henrik Anderson and Anne Olsdr married May 30, 1803 Line #4 (side 2) :

 

http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:kb_read?idx_kildeid=7623&uid=ny&idx_side=-139

 

I think it shows that they were married in the Hakadal Kirke and that Anne was from Ramstad. Can anyone help me with where Henrik was from? Also, I think it tells where the banns were published?

 

Thank you all so very much for any help.

 

Carmen

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Per Otto Asak

Acording to the "bygdebok for Nittedal og Hakadal" lived Henrik Anderson with his parent i census of 1801 in a maisoners hause belonging to the Rotnes farm which also had some industry. The name of parens were Anders Henrikson age 50 year, "murmester" (=?master of maisoner), wife Pernille Pedersdatter age 54 y. Bygdeboka write her death to 1818 in Nittedal.

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