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Note    N1347         Index
His father Nils decided to split the farm Overrein in two farms, Øvre Overrein where Ole became the owner - and Nedre Overrein where Ole's brother Christian became the owner. Ref. to the Sparbu/Ogndalbook, VIII page 335 and 336.

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Note    N1349         Index
She died when she lived with her son Ole Oppemsplass in 1866.

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Note    N1351         Index
Became the next owner of the farm Overrein in 1783 - ref. to the Sparbu/Ogndalbook VIII page 334. Also ref. comments under his son Ole

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Note    N1353         Index
Gudbrand Eriksen and his wife Maria Pedersdtr left Gudbrandsdal in Oppland County and went northwards to North-Trøndelag where, according to the Sparbu/Ogndalbook IV page 513, they settled at Volhaugen in Ogndal. Their first child was born in Gudbrandsdal, 3 children were born at a place called Tønneleira under the main farm TØNNE in Ogndal, while the 5 youngest were born in Ogndal while the family lived at Volhaugen.

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Note    N1354         Index
He became the first real owner of the farm Overrein in 1749 Ref. to the Sparbu/Ogndalbook VIII page 334.


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Note    N1355         Index
According to the Sparbu/Ogndalbook, he died at two weeks old.

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Note    N1356         Index
He too died at two weeks old.

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Note    N1357         Index
He died at three weeks old.

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Note    N1358         Index
I don't know anything about him except that he was living with Walter Edwin Timms and his sister Elva in the 1930 US census.

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Note    N1359         Index
I found him in the 1925 municipal census for Trondheim. I am reasonably certian that is was him because the birth date matches exaclty and likwise the place of birth. He was unmarried and living with Anna and Bjorg Solberg.

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Note    N1360         Index
Like his brother Alf, he was living in Trondheim in the 1925 municipal census. He was married to an Elie Lusie, who was born January 20, 1900. His profession was a sausage maker.

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Note    N1361         Index
According to the 1925 municipal census for Trondheim, he was stil unmarried then. It appears as if he died in 1966 and is buried in Tilfredshet, Trondheim.

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Note    N1362         Index
If I am reading her tombstone correctly, both of her children died in infancy.

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Note    N1363         Index
She was a seamstress in 1910.

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Note    N1364         Index
She left Norway for Bottineau on April 19, 1910, on the ship Tasso, of the Cunard Line. Oddly enough, there was another Helga Hansen on the same ship, born the same year, bound for Chicago. I also found her arrival in 1910 at Boston, on My 5th. She lists her father as Ole Hansen. She says that she is a saleswoman. Most importantly, she says that she is going to join her brother Olaf Hansen at 822 9th Avenue, South, Minneapolis

Why she and Hans Oskar got married in Montana is a puzzle.