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Tollef Ulriksen death record

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MarkShepherd

 Tollef Ulriksen's death record (third from top) has something written in the remarks column on the far right, I believe it says something about Glemminge.  What exactly does it say?

 

I believe this is the same person as is listed in the 1865 census, the 1875 census, and 1885 census. Although the death record states he was born in Skjeberg, I believe that is incorrectly recorded, as he was born in Nafverstad, Sweden per census records and his baptism record.

 

I am thinking that the remarks about Glemminge help tie him to the same person as listed in the above census records.

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Tove D. Johansen

He was buried in Glemminge. Begr. is short for begravet.

It is no doubt the same person. Also the information that he was a kirketjener is both on the 1885 census and in the death record.

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Tore S. Falch

Here is his confirmation in Borge in 1833 - see no.7 on this page:

Østfold fylke, Borge, Ministerialbok nr. I 3 (1815-1836), Konfirmerte 1833, side 543-544.

 

It says that he lives with Thue Ophuus (- Ophus is a farm in Borge), and that he was born in Sweden on September 29th, 1815. His knowledge and behaviour was good (- god Kundskab og Opførsel).

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