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Min tippoldefar: Andreas Pedersøn Gaasodden f. 10/12-1840 Solum i Telemark ble registrert utflyttet 11.11.1861 sammen med hans bror Søren f. 28/11-1835. Grunn til flytting er Amerika. Andreas registrerer jeg igjen som far til Karl Gunnerius i forb med dåp Solum 1876 ...hans kone er Marie Anne Halvorsdtr. Ø.Klyve bor de på da.

Noen tips vedr. emigrasjon. Finner de nemmelig ikke i Digitala. søkbare sider.

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Hei,og velkommen som ny bruker! :)

 

 

Det er vel disse folka du mener?

 

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On December 28, 1833 Maren Christiansdatter Wenstob, 19, daughter of Christian Halvorsen was united in marriage to bachelor Peder Amundsen of Solum, age 30, son of Amund Sorensen. The marriage took place in the Gjerpen Church in Telemark. Following their marriage, they settled on the Gaasodden farm south of Skien. To this union were born eight children, namely:

 

Soren Pedersen Gaasodden, b. Nov. 28, 1835

Christian Pedersen Gaasodden, b. May 1, 1838

Andreas Pedersen Gaasodden, b. Dec. 10, 1840

Anne Gurine Pedersdatter Gaasodden, b. April 8,1843

Sina Marie Pedersdatter Gaasodden, b. Jan. 22,1848

Halvor Pedersen Gaasodden, b. Jan. 24, 1850

Inger Karine Pedersdatter Gaasodden, b. Dec. 22,1854

Jens Pedersen Gaasodden, b. March 21,1857.

On July 15, 1841, the family was saddened by the death of Christian, 3 years, 2 1/2 months old.

In late 1840, Soren and Andreas left the Solum Church to immigrate to America. As most of the emigrants from Norway at that time, they entered America through the port of Quebec, Canada. The state of Wisconsin had an agent stationed in Quebec to steer immigrants to the state. Soren and Andreas ended up in Menominee which was the center of lumber production in the United States. On September 6, 1862, the brothers enlisted in the 5th Wisconsin Regiment of the Union Army. They proceeded To Camp Randall(Madison) to join other recruits before leaving for Washington, D.C. on the 24th. Whether the immigration authorities or the enlistment officer did it, their names were anglicized to Samuel and Andrew Peterson. The 5th Wisconsin became part of the VI Corps of the Army of the Potomac under the command of Gen. John Sedgwick. The Corps wintered in Virginia and in 1863, participated in several minor engagements before being called to Gettysburg, PA. The Corps marched an incredible 45 miles in an 18-hour span; arriving at Gettysburg the afternoon of July 2nd. Held in reserve, the Corps provided backup for other units actually engaged in battle. The 5th Wisconsin with one regiment from Maine and one from Pennsylvania occupied Big Round Top on July 3rd.

Following the battle, the VI Corps, being freshest, pursued the retreating confederate army under Gen. Robert E. Lee into Maryland and eventually into Virginia. Several minor battles occurred in late 1863 until the armies went into winter quarters. U. S. Grant took command of the Army of the Potomac in 1864 with an increase in military activity. The Wilderness campaign claimed the life of General Sedgwick, with General Horatio Wright assuming command. After Spotsylvania and the battle of Cold Harbor, the VI Corps was detached to defend Washington D. C. as it was being threatened by Confederate forces. After the emergency was over, The Corps was sent to the Shenandoah Valley joining the Army of the Shenandoah under the command of Gen. Phil Sheridan.

Earlier in 1864 many of the 3-year enlistment's of the original 5th Wisconsin regiment formed in 1861 were up and left the Corps resulting in a reorganization of the regiment. Soren and Andrew were put in company B along with other seasoned veterans to form a nucleus of battle hardened men to provide leadership to the newer, greener recruits.

The main purpose of the Shenandoah campaign was to prevent supplies getting to Lee's forces. In late 1864, the VI Corps rejoined Grant's army to spend the winter in the siege of Petersburg. In early 1865, Lee's army broke out and retreated towards Lynchburg. Grant pursued with several battles of attrition occurring. At Appomattox, Lee was surrounded and forced to surrender. The 5th Wisconsin as part of the VI Corps were one of the blockading units. The surrender took place on April 9th, subsequently the 5th was transferred to Louisville, KY where the regiment was mustered out of service, returned to Camp Randall and was disbanded on July 20, 1865.

While Soren and Andrew were in service, they received as compensation $13.00 per month, and upon mustering out the sum of $250. This no doubt was sent back to Norway providing the means for the rest of the family to come to America. That they came through the nearly 3-year ordeal unscathed, was in a large part due to their having as commanding officers; Generals Sedgwick and Wright. They were leaders who were dedicated to their men and very responsible to their duties.

On April 8, 1866 Peter Amundsen and his wife Maren along with their five children plus a son-in-law, Halvor Nielson (married to Anne), and a granddaughter Anne Marie, one year, old left Skien Telemark aboard the sailing ship Tamworth. They arrived in Quebec on May 24 and then boarded a ship to sail the Great Lakes to probably the port of Milwaukee. At Milwaukee, they probably went by rail to join Soren and Andrew somewhere in southwest Wisconsin. Peter and his family moved to Freeborn County in Minnesota in July, 1868.

 

 

Andreas Pedersenmentioned in the record of Lovise Talie AndersenName:     Andreas Pedersengender:    MaleWife:     Marie Anne HalvorsdrDaughter:     Lovise Talie AndersenOther information in the record of Lovise Talie Andersenfrom Norway, BaptismsName:     Lovise Talie AndersenGender:     FemaleChristening Date:     01 Jun 1862Christening Place:     BAMBLE,TELEMARK,NORWAYFather's Name:     Andreas PedersenMother's Name:     Marie Anne HalvorsdrSystem Origin: Norway-ODM , GS Film Number: 126894 , Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C42049-5

 

 

http://hobbydog.net/Elseth/elseth_rev1.html

 

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"In late 1840, Soren and Andreas left the Solum Church to immigrate to America"

 

 

 

Fint hvis du kan bruke ditt fulle navn i visningsfeltet i steden for bare

Brin

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Du endrer lett visningsnavn fra Brin til navnet ditt i Min profil på forsiden av Digitalarkivet. Direkte: http://digitalarkivet.arkivverket.no/bruker/profil/endre

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Jeg ser det er en stund siden du registrerte deg. Pga oppdateringer av forumprogrammet,

er det oppstått noen feil en kan rette på selv, se denne tråden:

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Hei,og velkommen som ny bruker! :)

 

 

Det er vel disse folka du mener?

 

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On December 28, 1833 Maren Christiansdatter Wenstob, 19, daughter of Christian Halvorsen was united in marriage to bachelor Peder Amundsen of Solum, age 30, son of Amund Sorensen. The marriage took place in the Gjerpen Church in Telemark. Following their marriage, they settled on the Gaasodden farm south of Skien. To this union were born eight children, namely:

 

Soren Pedersen Gaasodden, b. Nov. 28, 1835

Christian Pedersen Gaasodden, b. May 1, 1838

Andreas Pedersen Gaasodden, b. Dec. 10, 1840

Anne Gurine Pedersdatter Gaasodden, b. April 8,1843

Sina Marie Pedersdatter Gaasodden, b. Jan. 22,1848

Halvor Pedersen Gaasodden, b. Jan. 24, 1850

Inger Karine Pedersdatter Gaasodden, b. Dec. 22,1854

Jens Pedersen Gaasodden, b. March 21,1857.

On July 15, 1841, the family was saddened by the death of Christian, 3 years, 2 1/2 months old.

In late 1840, Soren and Andreas left the Solum Church to immigrate to America. As most of the emigrants from Norway at that time, they entered America through the port of Quebec, Canada. The state of Wisconsin had an agent stationed in Quebec to steer immigrants to the state. Soren and Andreas ended up in Menominee which was the center of lumber production in the United States. On September 6, 1862, the brothers enlisted in the 5th Wisconsin Regiment of the Union Army. They proceeded To Camp Randall(Madison) to join other recruits before leaving for Washington, D.C. on the 24th. Whether the immigration authorities or the enlistment officer did it, their names were anglicized to Samuel and Andrew Peterson. The 5th Wisconsin became part of the VI Corps of the Army of the Potomac under the command of Gen. John Sedgwick. The Corps wintered in Virginia and in 1863, participated in several minor engagements before being called to Gettysburg, PA. The Corps marched an incredible 45 miles in an 18-hour span; arriving at Gettysburg the afternoon of July 2nd. Held in reserve, the Corps provided backup for other units actually engaged in battle. The 5th Wisconsin with one regiment from Maine and one from Pennsylvania occupied Big Round Top on July 3rd.

Following the battle, the VI Corps, being freshest, pursued the retreating confederate army under Gen. Robert E. Lee into Maryland and eventually into Virginia. Several minor battles occurred in late 1863 until the armies went into winter quarters. U. S. Grant took command of the Army of the Potomac in 1864 with an increase in military activity. The Wilderness campaign claimed the life of General Sedgwick, with General Horatio Wright assuming command. After Spotsylvania and the battle of Cold Harbor, the VI Corps was detached to defend Washington D. C. as it was being threatened by Confederate forces. After the emergency was over, The Corps was sent to the Shenandoah Valley joining the Army of the Shenandoah under the command of Gen. Phil Sheridan.

Earlier in 1864 many of the 3-year enlistment's of the original 5th Wisconsin regiment formed in 1861 were up and left the Corps resulting in a reorganization of the regiment. Soren and Andrew were put in company B along with other seasoned veterans to form a nucleus of battle hardened men to provide leadership to the newer, greener recruits.

The main purpose of the Shenandoah campaign was to prevent supplies getting to Lee's forces. In late 1864, the VI Corps rejoined Grant's army to spend the winter in the siege of Petersburg. In early 1865, Lee's army broke out and retreated towards Lynchburg. Grant pursued with several battles of attrition occurring. At Appomattox, Lee was surrounded and forced to surrender. The 5th Wisconsin as part of the VI Corps were one of the blockading units. The surrender took place on April 9th, subsequently the 5th was transferred to Louisville, KY where the regiment was mustered out of service, returned to Camp Randall and was disbanded on July 20, 1865.

While Soren and Andrew were in service, they received as compensation $13.00 per month, and upon mustering out the sum of $250. This no doubt was sent back to Norway providing the means for the rest of the family to come to America. That they came through the nearly 3-year ordeal unscathed, was in a large part due to their having as commanding officers; Generals Sedgwick and Wright. They were leaders who were dedicated to their men and very responsible to their duties.

On April 8, 1866 Peter Amundsen and his wife Maren along with their five children plus a son-in-law, Halvor Nielson (married to Anne), and a granddaughter Anne Marie, one year, old left Skien Telemark aboard the sailing ship Tamworth. They arrived in Quebec on May 24 and then boarded a ship to sail the Great Lakes to probably the port of Milwaukee. At Milwaukee, they probably went by rail to join Soren and Andrew somewhere in southwest Wisconsin. Peter and his family moved to Freeborn County in Minnesota in July, 1868.

 

 

Andreas Pedersenmentioned in the record of Lovise Talie AndersenName:     Andreas Pedersengender:    MaleWife:     Marie Anne HalvorsdrDaughter:     Lovise Talie AndersenOther information in the record of Lovise Talie Andersenfrom Norway, BaptismsName:     Lovise Talie AndersenGender:     FemaleChristening Date:     01 Jun 1862Christening Place:     BAMBLE,TELEMARK,NORWAYFather's Name:     Andreas PedersenMother's Name:     Marie Anne HalvorsdrSystem Origin: Norway-ODM , GS Film Number: 126894 , Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C42049-5

 

 

Skrivefeil,tro?

 

"In late 1840, Soren and Andreas left the Solum Church to immigrate to America"

 

 

 

Fint hvis du kan bruke ditt fulle navn i visningsfeltet i steden for bare

Brin

 

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Britt Nilgard

Tusen takk. Utrolig. At de står i kirkeboka se link under, er vel at de kom tilbake. Linken viser til min oldefar Karl Gunnerius Andresen

 

http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:kb_read?urnread_imagesize=big&info=ingen&hode=nei&show=168&uid=345005&js=j

 

 

Fikk ikke dette helt til Men Solum mini nr 18   fødte og døpte   s. 164.....langt nede på siden.

 

Fantastisk lesning fra det du har lagt ut...men hvem har forfattet dette? Jeg trenger å lære mer om digitale søkninger.

 

 

 

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Har lagt inn lenke i innlegg 2.Klikk på den så ser du resten av teksten.

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Tusen takk. Utrolig. At de står i kirkeboka se link under, er vel at de kom tilbake. Linken viser til min oldefar Karl Gunnerius Andresen

 

http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:kb_read?urnread_imagesize=big&info=ingen&hode=nei&show=168&uid=345005&js=j

 

 

Fikk ikke dette helt til Men Solum mini nr 18   fødte og døpte   s. 164.....langt nede på siden.

 

Fantastisk lesning fra det du har lagt ut...men hvem har forfattet dette? Jeg trenger å lære mer om digitale søkninger.

 

Her er lenken til Karl Gunnerius sin dåp.

Kildeinformasjon: Telemark fylke, Solum, Ministerialbok nr. I 8 (1865-1876), Fødte og døpte 1876, side 164.

Permanent sidelenke: http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:kb_read?idx_kildeid=5994&idx_id=5994&uid=ny&idx_side=-168

Permanent bildelenke: http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:NBN:no-a1450-kb20061128330245.jpg

 

 
                                       

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Her er lenken til Karl Gunnerius sin dåp.

Kildeinformasjon: Telemark fylke, Solum, Ministerialbok nr. I 8 (1865-1876), Fødte og døpte 1876, side 164.

Permanent sidelenke: http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:kb_read?idx_kildeid=5994&idx_id=5994&uid=ny&idx_side=-168

Permanent bildelenke: http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:NBN:no-a1450-kb20061128330245.jpg

 
                                       

 

http://www.norwayheritage.com/p_list.asp?jo=1886

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Her kommer passasjerlisten til Barken "Tamworth"  Avgang Skien 06.apr. 1866   Ankomst Montreul 26.mai samme år.

 

Mine folk er fra passasjer 57-66. de som kom etter de to gutta som reiste i 1862. Søren og min tippoldefar Andreas Pedersen Gaasodden

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