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Murray Rystead

Olav Olsson Nomeland 1672- 1735 ???

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Murray Rystead

Hello,

Could someone help me find Olav Olsson Nomeland's property or census information?

Looks like he had a bumerke around 1718.

I have attached a copy of his information from Valle Kommune Volume 1 page 454.

Thanks

 

olavknutssonnomeland.png

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Jostein Stokke

He died in 1735 - 63 years of age - left page - left column - near top:

SAK, Valle sokneprestkontor, F/Fa/Fac/L0001: Ministerialbok nr. A 1, 1714-1745, s. 52
Brukslenke for sidevisning: https://www.digitalarkivet.no/kb20070628660012

 

 

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Murray Rystead

Thank you Jostein for finding that information for me.

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Murray Rystead

Where would the bumerke have come from for Olav Olsson Nomeland?
Is it possible that his father's was very similar?

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Ivar S. Ertesvåg

Apparently, the author of the book (or his helpers) has found this bumerke in 1718, but without telling where.

- it can be from an original document kept in the familiy for 300 years. This is hardly available at Digitalarkivet.

- it can be from one of the protocols, which for most cases are available at Digitalarkivet. In that case, it "can" be found.

 

If we speculate on where it can be found, there are some possibilities:

- it is a signature of a transfer of property; either as the seller (can be a property that he (or his wife) owned,

but not used) or as a withness (more likely). This will be found in the pantebok ( mortgage book).

-it can be a signature on some other agreement; either as a party of the agreement or as a withness. This will

usually be in the tingbok. It can also be in the kyrkjebok (parish registry) - typically engagement for marriage, if the

vicar bothered to include the declaration from the withnesses.

 

Thus year 1718 for the relevant pantebok, tingbok and kyrkjebok can be reviewed.

 

It is possible that his father's bumerke was similar. But not sure. It could be completely different.

 

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Murray Rystead

thank you for confirming

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Murray Rystead

Any chance you can translate this page that I posted?

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