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According to Margaret Hulbert, she died in infancy.
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Here is a piece that was written by Vi and her sisters in
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In the register for emigration from Trondheim, he is listed as Olai Lorns Haugen.
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He left Norway for Duluth, Minnesota on February 8, 1910, He used the name Johann, T. Olsen, Kristiansen, Haugen. He left for the US on February 11, 1910 from Christianna. He was shown as a miller, bound for Duluth. He lists his next of kin as his wife Emma back in Steinkjer. He says that he is going to join his friend Ole Nilsen in Duluth. I infer from everything that he and Emma never got back together. But what happened to him?
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Like his brother Nils did in 1910, he came to the USA in 1909, to be with his brother-in-law, Einar Skjei. The ship's manifest says that he was bron in the USA. He presented his borth certificate as proof.
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She was living with Benjamin Andreassen and Inger Larsdatter in Sparbu in 1865 as their foster daughter. Why since her mother did not die unitl 1873.
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In the Bygdebok for Frøseth, she was said to be born in 1794 in Sør-Bruemplass.
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The witnesses to the marriage were James McKee and Dolly Chambers.
Probate of his will was granted in June 1964 to Nathaniel Small Presbyterian Minister - Effects £2013 13s. He was a retired fitter.
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The witnesses to his marriage were Maggie Copeland and Minnie Scott.
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The marriage registration has her from Artabrachey, Portadown, which is apparently in the parish of Drumcree.
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In his son Samuel's marriage registration, he is described as a quarry master. Helen Dunn says that her mother informed me that when she was a child, that if a McKee of Newry coal cart passed, her mother would say that they were her cousins. Helen has never been able find any record of Coal Merchants named McKee, but wonders if perhaps they were quarry carts and not coal carts.
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He and Elaine were twins.
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He teaches economics at Acadia University in Wolfville, N.S.
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She was still-born.
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Here is my translation of the entry for him in the Bygdebok for Sparbu/Ogndalen vol 3., on the page 380. headed Frøset:
The first crofter here, and also the one that gave the place its name, was probably Fredrik Nilsen, born at Skarholmen in 1802. He was married in 1825 to Siri Ingebrigtsdatter, born in 1794 in Sør-Bruemplass, and sister of Karen , wife of Ole Andfindsen Frøsetplace, discussed above.
Siri and Fredrik had these children:
1. Mette Dortea, born in 1825, married to Peter Henriksen, Frøsetplass
2. Ingeborg Olava, born in 1828, married to Andreas Aagesen Helgeplass, Eggen
3. Nils, born in 1830, married Marta Larsdatter, born in 1814 in Dalemplass. Their children were:
1. Kristine Severine, born in 1850.
2. Maren Anna, born in 1852.
3. Lornts Bertinus, born in 1855, Seaman. He married Ane Oline Kaspersdatter, born in 1858 in Bruemplass, Sparbu. He was the harbour master in Steinkjer and died in 1934.
Marta had died already in 1873 and the family was thus dissolved. Nils moved to Beitstad where in 1875 he was a servant at Granhus. Kristine and Maren both moved to Harran in 1875 where Kristine ran a knitting business living under Moa. Maren was a servant at Solum. She had a daughter in 1869 with the hatter Oluf Lie from Trondheim. The girl was baptised Ovidie Martine and raised by her mother's uncle in Dalemplassen, where her father paid for her. Further information regarding Ovidie is not available.
4, Fredrike Serine, born in 1833, married to Iver Elias Pedersen Hatlingplass, from Stod. They lived in Eggelia; 2 children are known; Ida Fredrike born in 1868 and John Severin born in 1875. Before being married, Fredrike had a son Fredrick Kristian with Johan Martin Olsen Hofstad. Fredrik was a crofter at "Skjervetrøa" under Egge, and was additionally a handler at the quay. Coming home from work there one evening in 1905 he fell over suddenly and was dead. His wife, Karen Anna Johannesdatter, was born in 1852 at Sandvollan; her mother was from Kåberg, Anna Jakobsdatter.
5. Gurine Pernille, born in 1837, married to Johan Laurits Larsen, Oksur, born in 1831 in Helgeland. They lived in Steinkjer. Gurine had a daughter before being married, Ellen Anna, whose father was Iver, Eggenplass.
6. Anne Jonetta, born in 1839. (See Skotrøbakken).
7. Peter Iver, born in 1841. A crofter at Skotrøbakken.
Siri and Fredrik moved to Egge in 1832 where their daughter Fredrike was born. It was said that they visited Stenseng in Ogndal where Gurine was born, but in 1838 they were back here (Fredrikplassen). It appears to have been a very good place. In 1865, they had in such a manner, 2 cows, 8 sheep and 1 pig. They put in 4 tonnes of potatoes and sowed 2 tonnes of oats, and half a tonne of barley. Their son Nils had long since taken a family and was living there also as a lodger but took over immediately after.
Siri and Fredrik had by this time gone on relief. She died she died in Fiskenses in 1871; he in Berstad four years later of gangrene.