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Anne-Lise Haufmann Godfrey

Hi.  I hope I am doing this correctly.  I am looking for the birth place, birth time, and parents of my ancestor Aleth Hansdatter, born perhaps around 1770-1775 in Tune (is that Ostfold?).  I don't know much about her, other than she married Johannes Hansen (Sollerud Ey).  I don't know where I got that last information from, but Aleth and Johannes had a son Hans Johannessen who married Anne Marie Truelsdatter.  I'm not even sure of their marriage date, but they had a daughter Johanne Hansen born around 1832 in Vestre Aker, Oslo.  The only reason I picked Tune as Aleth's birth place is that Anne Marie Truelsdatter was born there so I just assumed that would be here Aleth's son Hans was born.  Any help given would be greatly appreciated, and I am sorry I don't have more information.  I would also like to know how to pronounce Aleth.

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Inger Karin Haarbye

What about this one born in Berg, Østfold (after nr. 58 - last on right page)

 

Kildeinformasjon: Østfold fylke, Berg, Ministerialbok nr. I 1 (1770-1814), Fødte og døpte 1770, side 6-7.

Permanent sidelenke: http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:kb_read?idx_kildeid=7428&idx_id=7428&uid=ny&idx_side=-7

Permanent bildelenke: http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:NBN:no-a1450-kb20061011050515.jpg

 

Please use your full name on this forum :)

Edited by Inger Karin Haarbye

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Anne-Lise Haufmann Godfrey

Karen, Thank you for your response and I apologize for not including my name.  I am Anne-Lise Haufmann Godfrey.  I looked at the information you sent and tried to copy down the names - can you verify I did it right and if not, correct me?  This Aleth was born 9 September 1770 to Hans Jacobsen & Gunild Hansdatter, and are the following names witnesses to the birth?:  Mattias & Peder Bunes, Hans Horig, Bente Hansrud, Martha Bunes.  I know I probably have the names at least a little wrong and would appreciate seeing the corrections if needed.  And can you tell me how to say the name Aleth and is it a popular name today in Norway?  Anne-Lise 

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Inger Karin Haarbye

She is baptized 9 sep. 1770. Parents are Hans Jacobsen and Gunild Olsdatter. Witnesses are Mattias and Peter Bunæs, Hans Hevig(?), Berte Glomsrød and Marthe Bunæs.

 

I don't know if this is the right person, but it might be.

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David Widerberg Howden

Karen, Thank you for your response and I apologize for not including my name.  I am Anne-Lise Haufmann Godfrey.  I looked at the information you sent and tried to copy down the names - can you verify I did it right and if not, correct me?  This Aleth was born 9 September 1770 to Hans Jacobsen & Gunild Hansdatter, and are the following names witnesses to the birth?:  Mattias & Peder Bunes, Hans Horig, Bente Hansrud, Martha Bunes.  I know I probably have the names at least a little wrong and would appreciate seeing the corrections if needed.  And can you tell me how to say the name Aleth and is it a popular name today in Norway?  Anne-Lise 

The name Aleth is not so common in Norway, and I dont think it has been to common anyhow.

(although I have this name in different variations in my ancestry..)

 

According to the Norwegian statiscical central bureau: https://www.ssb.no/en/befolkning/statistikker/navn

Theres only 4 or none with the name Aleth in Norway today, 9 Alethe, 11 Alet, 14 Aletta, 258 Alette.

I would guess the pronounciation of the name varies much after where in Norway, but I would pronounce it "a:lε:t"

You will find some recommendations for pronounciation of the letters marked red here: http://www.learn-norwegian.net/pronunciation/pronunciation.htm#current

 

The baptizm reads:

 

Den 9de Septembr er Aleth døbt, fød paa Glomsrød, Forældre

Hans Jacobsen og Gunild OlsDatter, fadd: Mathis og

Peder Bunæs, Hans Høvig, Berte Glomsrød og Marthe Bunæs.

 

I also found your ancestor Johanne in the chruchbook: http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:kb_read?idx_kildeid=7720&idx_id=7720&uid=ny&idx_side=-129

 

Ps: By using your email as username on this site your email is visible to everyone, so if you figure out how to do it, I would recommend

using your full name ;)

Edited by David Widerberg Howden

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Anne-Lise Haufmann Godfrey

Thank you all for the information on Aleth.  I don't know if this has happened to anyone else, but every now and then when I find an ancestor, I sometimes feel very close to that person.  I really, really like my ancestor named Aleth and I hope this is the information for her.  The same thing has happened to one of my Scottish ancestors, named Jane Mennie.  I just feel so close them.  Anyway, thank you so very much for all the information you have given me and I will do some ore research to see if this is indeed "my" Aleth.  Anne-Lise Haufmann Godfrey 

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Anne-Lise Haufmann Godfrey

I changed my profile information so maybe my name will come up.   If it doesn't I will have to work on it some more.  Thanks for all your help on my questions.  Anne-Lise

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David Widerberg Howden

I changed my profile information so maybe my name will come up.   If it doesn't I will have to work on it some more.  Thanks for all your help on my questions.  Anne-Lise

I have also experienced a certain "Connection" some ancestors, especially when I find some interesting stories, painting or visiting a place they lived ;)

Your username/information looks excellent (its always good to know who one is helping and discussing with..) 

 

Maby your "Connection" to her also would be visible on DNA ;)

 

Hope you will find your ancestors, good Luck :)

 

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Rita Hole

I think I have find the right parents to Aleth Hansdatter.

Her mothers name is Anne Andersdatter and her fader is a shoemager,Hans Engvoldsen.

 

Aleth Hansdatter and Johannes Hansen have 2 children before they married.

 

Hans, 23 oct. 1796 ( Aleths moder is here named Anne Andersdatter )

http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:kb_read?idx_kildeid=7683&idx_id=7683&uid=ny&idx_side=-109

 

Anna Marthine, 2 may 1799  Aleths live with her moder namd Anna shoemagers, Sollerud

Aker/ Oslo.   

http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:kb_read?idx_kildeid=7683&idx_id=7683&uid=ny&idx_side=-141

 

Aleth Hansdatter and Johannes Hansen engagement 5 oct 1799

http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:kb_read?idx_kildeid=7712&idx_id=7712&uid=ny&idx_side=-25

 

ALETH 2 april 1773, Asker/ Akershus ( Where ?) Hans Engvoldsen and Anne Andersdatter.

http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:kb_read?idx_kildeid=7730&idx_id=7730&uid=ny&idx_side=-34

 

2 children born i Halden, Østfold

Anders, 17 okt 1769 http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:kb_read?idx_kildeid=7415&idx_id=7415&uid=ny&idx_side=-65

Marthe Maria, 21 sept 1780 (shoemager ) http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:kb_read?idx_kildeid=7415&idx_id=7415&uid=ny&idx_side=-159

Edited by Rita Hole

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