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[#9601] Need help to search for TARONT's family

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Gjest TARONT Jean-Claude

HelloI've found TARONT sigurdsen at this adress : http://www.norwayheritage.com/p_list.asp?jo=383 line 68 .I would like to know how i can find things about this man .54 years old , it seems that he is born in norway .thank you for your help

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Gjest Egil Sundelius

Hva med denne mannen/gutt: Lenke = Torkild Sigurssen Deres børn 10 M Noe rask med svare, men! Egil Sundelius

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Gjest TARONT Jean-Claude

ejthe last name i search is TARONT , not sigurdsenthank you for your help

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Gjest Nina Møller Nordby

Taront is his first name, and Sigurdsen his last.

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Gjest Lars G. Hukkelaas

Hei. Dette ser ut til å være en av mange feilskrivninger av norske navn 'TARONT' er ikke et norsk navn. Regner med at det skal være TROND SIGURDSON som reiser sammen med sin familie. MVH Lars.

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Gjest Nina Møller Nordby

Ok, maybe in France. But you asked for help to find Taront Sigurdsen in Norway ......... So in Norwegian genealogy Sigurdsen will be his last name!! Taront must be some kind of misspelled name, or a change of his first name.

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Gjest Lars Jørgensen

Hi Jean-Claudethe way the name is listed in the ship list of 1850 clearly indicates that the surname (last name) is Sigurdsen - look at what is most likely his brother at line 67, and his sons and/or nephews at lines 69-72.Furthermore, Taront is neither a Norwegian surname nor a first name (and has never been). As said by others, this is probably a mis-interpretation of another norwegian first name - e.g. 'Trond', 'Targier', 'Tarald' etc.I am sorry to say, but I am 99,99 percent certain that you are NOT related to this TARONT sigurdsen.

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Gjest TARONT Jean-Claude

OK I have understood .But Taront is not an usual first name and it's not also an usual Last name too .It's very difficult too find it also in France . I've found TARONT in USA and i thought it was the link between Europe and USA .It seems a false idea but maybe there is something else like changing his last name and take his old last name to a first name.thank you all for your helpbye

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Gjest Nina Møller Nordby

From the Norwegian 1801 census: Try one of these,Hvidesøe parish,Telemark County: Tiøstov Sigursen,3 years in 1801 Targie Sigursen,1 year in 1801 Targie Sigursen,13 years in 1801[url="http://digitalarkivet.uib.no/cgi-win/WebCens.exe?slag=hentglobal&register=fornavn&pgj=128&teljing=ft1801&filnamn=f10829.wc2&amt=8&funnenr=224>LenkeOR Tarje Sigursen, 1 year in 1801.Moland (Fyresdal= parish, Telemark County.

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Gjest Bjørn Davidsen

I guess the sex 'm' on Taront Sigurdsen* is wrong. It's not a man, but a woman - the wife of John Sigurdsen. And the next names are their children - they too marked with an * behind Sigurdsen because Sigurdsen is not their patronym.Try the 1801 census and you'll see that this female name is spelled in many ways as Taaraand, Thorond, Taaront ... I think this is the same female name that we today spell as Torun/d or Thorun/d.

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Gjest Lars Jørgensen

I agree with Bjørn that 'Taront Sigurdsen' is most likely the wife (should have realised that immediately). Hence, we can all search further for this 'Taront' in the cecus of 1801.Nevertheless - the probability that a mis-spelled first name of a woman in 1850 should 'transform' to a french family name, is still very low.I think we are victims of 'super-technology' here - A world-wide integrated information base that allows for errors that in normal cases would have been 'filtered' out much earlier (on the other hand; The different perspective of such automtatic searches may often reveal things we are not able to see using conventional methods).

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