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Peter Hanson

Anders Hansen and Birthe Iversdatter were married in 1816...https://media.digitalarkivet.no/view/7653/82189/3

They had a daughter in 1815...https://media.digitalarkivet.no/view/7652/229

both show Anders to be from Finholdt and Birthe from Klodsbaading.

 

They had son Hans Jakob in 1833 Brandstorphaughen... https://media.digitalarkivet.no/view/533/7

He was at Finholdt for confirmation in 1848

 

a record showed Birthe was born in 1793 so I looked in churchbook and found her at Ingebord...https://media.digitalarkivet.no/view/7652/38704/66

So I know her parents were Iver Nielsen and Marthe Oldsdatter (on Ingebord in 1801 without Birthe)

 

I searched the scanned Nes books for Anders, son of Hans between 1790-1800 (used this range to start with)

https://media.digitalarkivet.no/view/7652/38704/84 #123 to Hans Andersen and Kari Joensdatter of Fyhrie (same in 1801)

same page #134 has father as Hans Gulbrandsen (what does it say after Oulie?) and who is the mother? (is it on next line mixed in with witnesses?)

https://media.digitalarkivet.no/view/7652/38704/58 #120 to Hans Gierloch and Berthe Halvorsdatter (is residence assumed to be Gierloch?) (seems to be Fahrset in 1801)

https://media.digitalarkivet.no/view/7652/38704/49 #48 to Hans Christensen and Marthe Andersdatter.  Is residence Ruud? (seems to be Runden in 1801...same?)

https://media.digitalarkivet.no/view/7652/38704/48 #30 to Hans Olsen of Oulie and Berthe Thorsdatter (widow at Oulie Sondre in 1801)

https://media.digitalarkivet.no/view/7652/38704/41 #27 to Hans Andersen and Thore Tronsdatter of Westgaard (same in 1801)

 

I looked in 1801 Census.

Fyhrie = #34

Ingebord = #59

Fahrset = #78

Rudd = #80

Klodsbaading = #103

Finnholdt = #108

Brandstorp = #111

Oulie = #120

Westgaard= #187

Runden = #193

were the numberings random or were they near each other?  If the latter, it would seem one of the Oulie births may be the more likely one for Anders.

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Anne-Lise Hansen

Here is an overview of the farm names in Nes and in which of the books they are described. The farm names are listed in two colums:

 

https://www.nes.kommune.no/publisert-innhold/kultur-og-fritid/kultur-og-fritid/bygdeboker/

 

The farm numbers are not random, but indicates where the farms are in a district.

 

Your question about what the farm name is in #48, if it is Ruud, it sais Runie.  It is neccesary to know that Runni is the same farm as Runden. (The farm Funden is Funni, Hinden is Henni)

 

Ingeborgrud is the correct name where you found Birthe born.

 

The entry #134 has no name for the mother included, just the father. What it sais after Oulie E(ie) is probably his occupation.

 

Another helpful site, is the church books transcribed by members of Raumnes historielag:

https://raumneshistorielag.lag247.no/kirkeboker/kirkebok/

 

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Peter Hanson

these transcribed ones are very helpful to use find/search rather than scouring over the tough-to-read books!  thanks again.

I could not access the farm books.  There have been a few links that don't work for me because it appears i'd need a Norwegian IP Address.

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