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Bjørn A Løkken

Hei er det noen som kan tyde / lese / gjette seg frem til mellomnavnet evt. bokstaver på gravsteinen til sønnen Adolph ?

 

Den er vrien - på forhånd tusen takk 

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Richard Johan Natvig

eg trur det står:

 

Adolph

Son of

J. F. & J.

Swenson

 

tilsv. øverst

Jenny

Dau[ghter] of 

C. & H. Evenson

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Bjørn A Løkken
30 minutter siden, Richard Johan Natvig skrev:

eg trur det står:

 

Adolph

Son of

J. F. & J.

Swenson

 

tilsv. øverst

Jenny

Dau[ghter] of 

C. & H. Evenson

 

Tusen takk Richard 

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Are S. Gustavsen
På 28.5.2020 den 5.48, Richard Johan Natvig skrev:

(...)

 

tilsv. øverst

Jenny

Dau[ghter] of 

C. & H. Evenson

 

Richard, Bjørn,

 

Strengt tatt står det vel "Jennie". Ellers virker tydingen av denne hugne kilden svært patent.

 

De to lave tekstlinjene over Adolph er nok uleselige inntil et foto med bedre oppløsning blir gjprt tilgjengelig.

 

Mvh Are

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Bjørn A Løkken
20 timer siden, Are S. Gustavsen skrev:

 

Richard, Bjørn,

 

Strengt tatt står det vel "Jennie". Ellers virker tydingen av denne hugne kilden svært patent.

 

De to lave tekstlinjene over Adolph er nok uleselige inntil et foto med bedre oppløsning blir gjprt tilgjengelig.

 

Mvh Are

 

Det er korrekt Are - Jennie , og dette fant vi ut om Jenneie og den lille gutten ; Adoplph Swenson ; 

 

After careful research in the last few days, it has been determined that Jennie never married.  The Adolph Swenson that is listed on the headstone is not her son as she was single when she died.  I have found the birth and death of Adolph and his parents were John F. & Jennie Quardberg Swenson.  John was the clergyman in the Soldier area.  We have learned that he worked for Christian Evenson, Jennie’s father for a time and that could be why he is buried with her.  They must have been good friends.  I really cannot tell you the reason why they are buried together.

 

 John and Jennie Quardberg were married in 1892 and Adolph was born September 14, 1893.  The small engraving on the headstone is not readable from the picture we have.  That picture was taken by a relative in Soldier and sent to us.”

 

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