2 edition of Norwegian ancestry of Ever Christensen and his wife Nelia Olsdatter Brekka found in the catalog.
Norwegian ancestry of Ever Christensen and his wife Nelia Olsdatter Brekka
Marion A. Gunderson
|Statement||[compiled by Marion Abbott Gunderson].|
|LC Classifications||CS919 .C45 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21 p. :|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||88155896|
a. ^ Based on table of given countries above. Includes those of partial Norwegian ancestry but does not include people of Faroese, Icelandic, Orcadian or Shetland ancestry.. b. ^ Note that there are millions of Britons of Scandinavian ancestry and ethnicity, though mixed with others. c. ^ 2, were born in Norway; 23, claim Norwegian ancestry or partial Norwegian ancestry. The FamilySearch Wiki has a great overview for Norway Genealogy. Both Ancestry and FamilySearch have collections of Norwegian baptism, marriage, and death transcriptions. I prefer to search at FamilySearch, maybe because their search algorithms are more in tune with how I prefer to search, making better use of wildcards and the like.
Last name: a last name is used by an individual and his/her family, normally inherited from one of the parents. A last name can be a hereditary surname, a former farm name, a frozen patronymic or other variants, and was introduced in Norway by the Names Act in Farm name: an “address” telling us on which farm the person lived. Over Norway united with Denmark from to ; records from this era may be in Danish. The Kalmar Union from to united Denmark, Sweden and Norway under the Danish King. Records will at least have headings in Danish, although the recorded data may be in Norwegian or Danish. Norway united with Sweden under the Swedish king from to
Pages in category "Norwegian historians" The following pages are in this category, out of approximately total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). Agnette Olsdatter, his wife, married, 37, born in Stange Arndt Necolai Olsen, son, 7, Stange Ole Olsen, son, 5, Løiten Teodor Olsen, son, 3, Løiten Anne Olsdatter, his mother, widow, 75, Stange Link Ole Olsen Rom (22) from Løiten emigrates to Pelican Rapids in Link This could be the brother Adolph Rom is referring to!
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The Norwegian ancestry of Ever Christiensen and his wife Nelia Olsdatter Brekka. Rolfe, IA: M.A. Gunderson, EZG Cgn Hagebak, Beaumont R. and Kling, Alan L. The Hagebak book, tracing the five families. Boise, ID: Barbara A. Hanson, Family History of Henry Spencer Stinson and Blanche.
The Norwegian ancestry of Ever Christensen and his wife Nelia Olsdatter Brekka [compiled by Marion Abbott Gunderson]. Rolfe, Iowa: M.A. Gunderson, LC: CSC45 Dewey: /.2/ ; The Norwegian and American ancestry of Mamie Clarice Miller Thompson, The Norwegian ancestry of Ever Christensen and his wife Nelia Olsdatter Brekka by Marion A.
Gunderson () Christensen: The families of Ever and Nelia Christensen, including the Brekka family by Marion A Gunderson () Wiki information Brekka: Brekka Location.
Brekka is a village in Aust-Agder, Norway. Richard Brekka Organization leader. Norwegian Ancestry offers research and advice on all aspects of Norwegian genealogy to clients from all over the world.
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If you have a Norwegian last name, you find it a little difficult to trace your family history back further than a few generations.
That's because beforethe most common last names in Norway ended in -son, -sen, -dotter, or -datter, which mean "son of" or "daughter of," and changed with each Carl Johanssen is Carl, son or Johan.
Tracing your lineage is a fun and rewarding challenge that requires some basic knowledge of past centuries. The following information from the National Library of Norway, the National Archives of Norway and Slekt og Data, the largest genealogy association in Norway, will walk you through the available resources and how to get the most out of them.
Although this may happen, it was very rare. But if the child received at baptism a name decided upon, it could not be changed. On OctoSalve Evertsen Lunde in Sirdal and his wife, Berit Olsdatter, had a child who at baptism some weeks later got the name of Marthe.
The pastor has written in the margin of the church book. He was married to Janika Balsersdatter Humborstad. His son Albert Monsen Haugland married Helene Serine Pedersdatter Humborstad in Janika took her two children to North Dakota around the turn of the 20th century, but they returned to Norway in Albert immigrated to Manitoba, Canada in His wife and 4 of his children followed in.
This Norwegian Word List contains Norwegian words with their English translations. The words included here are those that you are likely to find in genealogical sources.
If the word you are looking for is not on this list, please consult a Norwegian. Norwegian people reside in the northwestern Scandinavian country of Norway (Norge), bordered by land on eastern and southern edges by Sweden, Finland, and Russia, and across water from Denmark.
The Norwegian language is in the North Germanic family and is closely related to Swedish and Danish. Norwegian Ancestry is the working title of our project. Our goal is to write a how-to book in English about Norwegian genealogy research.
We will use elements from two of my previous books, published in Norwegian – Slektsgransking. Steg for steg med praktiske eksempler (Genealogy. Step by step with practical examples, Aschehoug ) and. Norway, Select Baptisms, This collection includes baptism records from Norway.
Norway, Select Marriages, This collection includes marriage records from Norway. Norway, Select Burials, This collection includes burial records from Norway. All Birth, Marriage & Death in the Card Catalog.
National Archival Services of Norway. This free site’s historical records make it one of the most useful Norwegian genealogy resources. You may notice changes if you’ve visited the site before: As part of an ongoing reorganization, webmasters are adding and rearranging records.
covers the descendants from one farm in Torpa, both in Norway and in the US. The farmer and his wife emigrated to Minnesota in with 7 children, and all of them grew up and started families.
One daughter stayed behind in Norway, and my wife descends from her. The Immigrants from Norway by Gerhard B. Naeseth (Volume Page ) Many Norwegian Americans are becoming interested in learning more about their heritage; at the same time they are discovering that the passage of time is erasing the memory of the home communities in Norway whence their ancestors came.
A Reserch Guide for Norwegian Genealogy: For Beginning and Experienced Researcher, 6th ed. (find in a library) This is put out by the Norwegian American Genealogical Research Center. Note is is current and though I've not seen it, I suspect it is very helpful to those researching Norwegian-American ancestors.
His wife also used the "Solem" name after their marriage in Towards the end of the century it became more common to use last names like that, and we even se that people started to use patronymic names as last names.
The wife then took her husbands patronymic as her last name by marriage, and their children would also use the fathers. The earliest known member of the Anason family came from a region of Rogaland that has since become part of Vest-Agder County, Norway.
Thormod Lovass Anason emigrated to the U.S. in and settled in Juneau County, Wisconsin. He married Herborg Olsdatter in which connected him to the Suldal Norwegian American settlement in Juneau County.
Norway. Welcome to our Norway family history research page. Here you'll find record collections, history, and genealogy resources to help you trace your Norway ancestors. Collections.
Data Collections. Data Collections; Sorted by Norway Census & Voter Lists. Sort by Count. Norway Research Help Mornings. Covid has put a major change in everything we do. The library is re-opening with limited hours. We will announce here if our offer of help returns on assigned mornings.
Monthly Meetings. Monthly meetings are also on hold until further notice.- Tracking down your Norwegian ancestors can be a fascinating way of cementing your heritage of Norway.
Here are a few stories and resources to get you started. Norwegian history is fascinating, once you fingure out the keys. If you find someone, we would LOVE to hear about it; please email [email protected] See more ideas about Norwegian, Norway, Genealogy pins.Our instructor is Liv Birgit Christensen who has updated the Google sheet with the links we mention and much more.