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Johan Mikalsen og Alida Pernille Albrigsen




Ektemann Johan Mikalsen

            Født: 1871 - Sørarnøy, Gildeskål, Nordland
            Døpt: 
             Død: 1945
        Begravet: 
        Ekteskap: 



Hustru Alida Pernille Albrigsen

            Født: 22 Mai 1892
            Døpt: 
             Død: 1981
        Begravet: 


             Far: William Gregorius Albrigsen (1853-1932)
             Mor: Hanna Oline Pedersen (1861-1946)




Barn


William Gregorius Albrigsen og Hanna Oline Pedersen




Ektemann William Gregorius Albrigsen

            Født: 18 Aug 1853
            Døpt: 
             Død: 9 Jan 1932
        Begravet: 
        Ekteskap: 



Hustru Hanna Oline Pedersen

            Født: 13 Des 1861
            Døpt: 
             Død: 12 Jun 1946
        Begravet: 


             Far: 
             Mor: Christianne Marie Olsdtr (1838-1914)




Barn
1 K Alida Pernille Albrigsen

            Født: 22 Mai 1892
            Døpt: 
             Død: 1981
        Begravet: 
       Ektefelle: Johan Mikalsen




Hegge Nordal Monsen og Albertine Sofie Albrigtsdtr




Ektemann Hegge Nordal Monsen

            Født: 1874 - Sømna, Nordland
            Døpt: 
             Død: 
        Begravet: 
        Ekteskap: 1896 - Hadsel, Nordland



Hustru Albertine Sofie Albrigtsdtr

            Født: 1875 - Frøskeland, Sortland, Nordland
            Døpt: 
             Død: 
        Begravet: 


             Far: Albrigt Johan Olaussen (1851-1922)
             Mor: Sofie Olsdtr (1854-1923)




Barn
1 K Charlotte Alberta Monsen

            Født: 1896 - Solum, Hadsel, Nordland
            Døpt: 
             Død: 
        Begravet: 



2 K Amanda Karoline Monsen

            Født: 1903 - Rana, Nordland
            Døpt: 
             Død: 
        Begravet: 



3 K Olive Marie Monsen

            Født: 1906 - Rana, Nordland
            Døpt: 
             Død: 
        Begravet: 




Generelle notater: Hustru - Albertine Sofie Albrigtsdtr

Til Rana i 1900.


Peder Mortensen Hofstad og Hanna Pauline Albrigtsdtr




Ektemann Peder Mortensen Hofstad

            Født: 3 Jul 1823 - Alstahaug, Nordland
            Døpt: 
             Død: 20 Feb 1887 - Gustad, Bø, Nordland
        Begravet: 18 Jul 1887


             Far: Morten Hofstad (Omkr 1779-1866)
             Mor: Rebecha Elisabeth Isaksdtr Myhre (1803-Omkr 1850)


        Ekteskap: 2 Jan 1868 - Malnes kirke, Bø, Nordland

 Annen ektefelle: Anna Katrina Aas - 1849

Hendelser

• Yrke: skipper.




Hustru Hanna Pauline Albrigtsdtr

            Født: 5 Nov 1841 - Gustad, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 8 Mai 1842 - Malnes kirke, Bø, Nordland
             Død: Omkr 1945 - Chicago, Ill., USA
        Begravet: 


             Far: Albrigt (Albert Berent Martin) Ellingsen (1813-1878)
             Mor: Pernille Marie Jakobsdtr (1810-1882)




Barn
1 M Peder Johan Hofstad

            Født: 1 Jan 1864 - Gustad, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 
             Død: 26 Des 1917 - Chicago, Ill., USA
        Begravet: 
       Ektefelle: Ida C. Fredricksen
          Ektesk: USA


2 K Rebekka Elisabet Hofstad

            Født: 18 Nov 1868 - Gustad, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 6 Mai 1869 - Malnes kirke, Bø, Nordland
             Død:  - USA
        Begravet:  - USA
       Ektefelle: Peter Aksel Hagrup Paulsen
       Ektefelle: Charles Simo
          Ektesk: USA


3 K Elise Johanna Hofstad

            Født: 25 Sep 1870 - Gustad, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 18 Jun 1871 - Malnes kirke, Bø, Nordland
             Død: Apr 1971 - Sitka, Alaska, USA
        Begravet:  - Sitka, Alaska, USA
       Ektefelle: Knut Rastad
          Ektesk: 1907 - USA


4 K Bergitte Nikoline Hofstad

            Født: 11 Feb 1874 - Gustad, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 19 Jul 1874 - Malnes kirke, Bø, Nordland
             Død:  - Scow Bay, Alaska, USA
        Begravet:  - Scow Bay, Alaska, USA
       Ektefelle: Isak Myhre Hofstad
          Ektesk: USA


5 K Alfredine Pernille Hofstad

            Født: 13 Nov 1875 - Gustad, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 13 Apr 1876 - Malnes kirke, Bø, Nordland
             Død: 
        Begravet: 



6 K Pauline Hansine Hofstad

            Født: 2 Apr 1877 - Gustad, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 26 Aug 1877 - Malnes kirke, Bø, Nordland
             Død: 30 Aug 1877 - Gustad, Bø, Nordland
        Begravet: 22 Jul 1878



7 M Morten Hofstad

            Født: 23 Okt 1880 - Gustad, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 20 Jun 1881 - Bø kirke, Bø, Nordland
             Død: 13 Feb 1968 - Seattle, WA, USA
        Begravet: 
       Ektefelle: Valborg Pedersen
          Ektesk: 1910 - Tacoma, WA, USA
       Ektefelle: Emma
          Ektesk: USA


8 M Albin August Hofstad

            Født: 20 Sep 1884 - Gustad, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 3 Mai 1885 - Malnes kirke, Bø, Nordland
             Død:  - Oregon, USA
        Begravet: 




Generelle notater: Ektemann - Peder Mortensen Hofstad

Fekk skjøte på Gustad 29 mai 1876 for 600 spd. Dyktig jektstyrmann. Sjå meire i ref.


Generelle notater: Barn - Peder Johan Hofstad

Utvandret til Amerika den 4 jul 1890 over Bergen. Oppgir da å være sjømann.


Generelle notater: Barn - Morten Hofstad

Oppfostra hos L. Restad, Svinøya. Utvandra til Amerika over Bergen havn den 1 nov 1901.


Ole Andreas Pedersen og Herborg Regine Albrigtsdtr




Ektemann Ole Andreas Pedersen

            Født: 21 Mai 1846 - Skagen, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 30 Aug 1846 - Bø kirke, Bø, Nordland
             Død: 17 Aug 1918 - Litløy, Bø, Nordland
       Dødsårsak: Nyreblødning
        Begravet: 26 Aug 1918 - Duken kirkegård, Vinje, Bø, Nordland


             Far: Peder Kristian Olsen (1816-1899)
             Mor: Maria Magdalena Pedersen (1824-      )


        Ekteskap: 10 Nov 1896 - Bø kirke, Bø, Nordland

 Annen ektefelle: Ida Pauline Jonsdtr - 7 Aug 1875 - Bø kirke, Bø, Nordland

 Annen ektefelle: Gunhild Marie Edvardsdtr - 20 Apr 1908

Hendelser

• Faktisk dødssted: Stokmarknes sykehus, Hadsel, Nordland.




Hustru Herborg Regine Albrigtsdtr

            Født: 27 Jul 1876 - Gimstad, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 8 Okt 1876 - Bø kirke, Bø, Nordland
             Død: 17 Apr 1903 - Litløy, Bø, Nordland
        Begravet: 14 Mai 1903 - Duken kirkegård, Vinje, Bø, Nordland


             Far: Albrigt Johan Jonsen (1832-1897)
             Mor: Laura Jonette Henriksdtr (1854-1917)




Barn
1 K Ida Pauline Olsdtr

            Født: 18 Des 1896 - Litløy, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 25 Jul 1897 - Bø kirke, Bø, Nordland
             Død: Mai 1985 - Tacoma, WA, USA
        Begravet: 
       Ektefelle: Andrew Apalseth
          Ektesk: Apr 1920 - Seattle, WA, USA


2 K Aslaug Marie Olsdtr

            Født: 12 Des 1897 - Litløy, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 6 Jun 1898 - Bø kirke, Bø, Nordland
             Død: 1 Jul 1967 - USA
        Begravet: 



3 K Dagmar Olsdtr

            Født: 7 Apr 1899 - Litløy, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 22 Jul 1899 - Bø kirke, Bø, Nordland
             Død: 5 Aug 1899 - Litløy, Bø, Nordland
        Begravet: 12 Aug 1899 - Duken kirkegård, Vinje, Bø, Nordland



4 M Halfdan Olaus Borkenhagen Olsen

            Født: 30 Jul 1900 - Litløy, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 17 Feb 1901 - Bø kirke, Bø, Nordland
             Død: 
        Begravet: 
       Ektefelle: Agnes Hanaas


5 M Martin Peder Olsen

            Født: 9 Mar 1902 - Litløy, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 27 Jul 1902 - Bø kirke, Bø, Nordland
             Død:  - San Diego, California, USA
       Dødsårsak: druknet
        Begravet: 




Generelle notater: Ektemann - Ole Andreas Pedersen

Hadde Litløy 20/1 sammen med Fredrik Pedersen i 1891. Handelsmann til 1909. I Vesteraalens Avis av 25 mar 1898 sto det om at det var åpnet et nytt poståpneri på Lilleøen under fisket i april og mai. Poståpneriet benevnse Gaukværø og som poståpner er antaget handelsmann Pedersen.


Generelle notater: Barn - Ida Pauline Olsdtr

027/08 Ida Pauline Pedersen Apalseth. Born December 18, 1896 in Litløy, Norway. Litløy is in northern Norway on an island. Eight families lived on the island. Litløy is part of Vesterålen.

073 PARENTS: Ole Pedersen and Herborg Johnsen. Her father had a bakery, bought and sold fish, and was also a mailman. He was called "Nesskong." This means he lived on the point and had little more than others. He also had a big barn and eight cows. Ida's mother was a housewife.

168 BROTHERS AND SISTERS: Four girls in the family. Ida, the eldest, Aslaug, Dagmar, and Herborg, the youngest. She and their mother died within a week after birth. Two brothers, Martin and Halfdan. Half-brothers and sisters. (see I-320 and I-825)

197 GRANDPARENTS: She remembers her grandmothers. Both grandfathers died before she was born. Her father's mother came to live with them when she got too old to live alone. She was in bed most of the time. They'd go in her room and talk to her and bring her candy. Her name was Maria Pedersen. She and her husband both came from Vesterålen. Ida's great-grandfather (Maria Pedersen's husband's father) was called Borkenhaugen. They think that the name comes from Poland or East Germany. He was lost at sea. Her maternal grandmother had a little farm up in the mainland. They used to go visit her.

320 HALF-BROTHERS AND SISTERS: Ida's father remarried when she was 12 years old. Eight more children. The last two were born after Ida had left for America. She met them when she came back to Norway. They were both grandparents when she met them. (see I-825).

338 CHILDHOOD: Nice to grow up on the island. At Easter, they'd go up on the mainland to visit their grandmother or other relatives. They'd go to church when the weather was nice. It was about 12-15 English miles to the mainland. It was open sea. They had a quite large house. They had quite a few workers. One who took care of the barn. One uncle came in the spring and baked. They had a cook. A cousin did the housework.

390 CHILDHOOD: Her dad also raised a boy, who had no father. The mother couldn't raise all of the kids herself. The boy fought in WWI and was stationed at Fort Lewis. He came to America to find his father. In the summer they needed help with the hay. It all had to be done by hand. In the winter, the kids liked to make snow houses, snowballs, and they liked sledding. They had skis but conditions for skiing were poor. It was too rocky and the steep hills went down to the water's edge. The island wasn't very big.

456 SCHOOL: In the summer, they rowed a boat to and from school. In the winter, they lived at school, which was on a near-by island. The weather was rough and the waves were high. The older kids rowed. The home life on the island was nice. It wasn't until after confirmation that Ida began to think about leaving the island. She didn't want to baby-sit her half-brothers. Ida was six years old when her mother died. Her father remarried when she was 12 and started another family. The older kids had to help out. At times, there were 18 seated at the dinner table. They had some schooling at home. They went to school for three weeks in the winter. There was one teacher who had three schools to teach at.

568 CHURCH: It was far away. She had to leave home to get confirmed. To go to church, they had to take a boat and then walk a long ways unless they had horses. Most people had working horses. They usually didn't use them on Sunday. The minister rotated between two churches.

597 CHRISTMAS: Lots of house cleaning, new clothes, baking. They had fattigmand and hjortetakk which is like a doughnut, krumkake, and a cookie like shortbread also made in an iron. They made dry lefse and julekake. They also had rullepoelser, fresh ham, and salted or smoked ham. They made flatbread throughout the year. They had lutefisk now and then. When they made it, they didn't use lye, they used ash. It had the same effect in the fish. Ida still uses the cookie recipes. At Christmas, they ate the same amount of food as they usually did. People didn't have weight problems because they worked and played hard.

738 DARK WINTERS AND LIGHT SUMMERS: When it snowed, they had to make roads to the bakery, the barn, etc. There wasn't that much snow on the island. The wind blew it off. It was colder and there was more snow in Trondheim. They dressed in wool clothes. In the summer, they would stay up and read. Her father was a member of the local government. He brought home an old gramophone. The neighbors would stay outside on Sundays so they could listen to the music. They girls used to play singing games. They would clasp hands and dance in a ring. They played a game about a fox up in the hills who was after a chicken.

825 REASONS FOR EMIGRATION: Ida and her sister wanted to go somewhere to work, so they went to Trondheim in 1913. Ida got a job babysitting three boys and her sister worked in a coffee shop. Ida liked it there, but still wasn't quite satisfied. She had an older half-sister in Petersburg, Alaska. Her father had been married once before he married Ida's mother. In 1916, Ida left for America. She was 19 years old.

888 TRIP OVER: Left on the ship, Bergensfjord in the late fall. The war was going on in Europe. Ida was traveling alone. Her father paid for her ticket. They had to stop in Scotland and spend the night. The ship couldn't go out by itself. They had some rough days. They played music on the boat and danced on the deck. She became acquainted with Sigrid Dal, a girl from Stavanger who was going to live with a sister in Seattle. They've been friends ever since. When Ida left Bergen, two of her cousins were there to see her off. They worked for the Northern Shipping Company. When the boat left, it had to go north, through icy waters, because there were U-boats everywhere. The bottom deck of the boat was packed with Eastern Europeans. In Scotland, some government officials took one person off of the boat. They were looking for spies. They ran into bad weather on the Atlantic. It took eleven days to cross it. They came to New York on a Sunday and Ellis Island was closed. On Monday papers filled out saying who you were and where you were from. It didn't take long to get through Ellis Island.

998 TRAIN TRIP: Ida met 6-7 people on the boat who were going to the Seattle-Tacoma area. They got to Seattle on Friday at 8:00am. They had to change trains in Chicago. A family that lived on the same island as Ida in Norway had moved to Grantsburg, Wisconsin. They had a daughter in Seattle who was supposed to meet Ida and help her get on the boat to Alaska. Nobody was there and Ida couldn't speak the language. Sigrid's sister didn't have room for her. A Swedish man who helped them on the train and asked what the problem was. He said that if Sigrid would come with them, he'd find them a room in a hotel. He'd pick them up in the morning and find a place for Ida to stay. She stayed at a hotel by the King Station.

SIDE II

085 SEATTLE: Saturday morning a taxi came and took her to the home of the lady who was supposed to meet her. A little boy answered the door and said that his mother had gone to the train station to pick up the girl from Norway. When she came home and saw Ida, she said she had been in tears and didn't know what she was going to tell Ida's sister. Molly and Ida contacted her sister in Alaska. She said that the weather in Alaska had been nasty and if Ida could get a job, she might as well stay in Seattle.

122 WORK: Ida got a job as a housekeeper within a week. She didn't want to be dependent on anyone. She worked for a retired navy officer and his family. He had a boy and a girl. She carried a notepad with her and wrote down new words. She learned English from the kids, as well. Ida wanted to learn English as quickly as possible.

217 SOCIAL LIFE: She met a lot of people from northern Norway in Seattle. Many of them were fishermen in Ballard. They invited her to a Christmas party. It was nice to speak Norwegian with them. She and Molly had a good relationship. It was nice to have a contact from home. A boy and girl who gone to confirmation with Ida were also in Seattle. She had a lot of contact with other Norwegians.

263 CHURCH IN AMERICA: Ida belonged to a youth group at Immanuel Lutheran Church on Thomas Street in Seattle. The church had a library with Norwegian books. On Friday, they'd have a social. The boys who worked in the woods or fished could come on Fridays. The pastor's name was Stub.

289 WORK: (See II-122) Ida lived with the family she kept house for. They lived near Madrona Park. She worked there for nine months. She helped cook, washed clothes, dusted, cleaned the furnace, etc. She got $12 a month, plus room and board. She had Sundays off and half of Thursday. Sometimes she'd go downtown to a show with Sigrid. They would go to town by bus or sometimes they'd walk.

342 IMPRESSION OF SEATTLE: She liked it in Seattle. Her sister in Alaska said she should she stay there if she liked it. She could get better work in Seattle. The best job she could get in Alaska would have been canning herring. She never felt she was treated prejudicially because she was a foreigner. The language was the most difficult thing for her. She took the wrong bus to Molly's once. All she could say was "transfer." She took a bus back to Pioneer and then went home. The U.S. was exciting because it was so big. Everything was new and there were so many different people. At home, on the island and even in Trondheim, she had contact with her family and didn't make an effort to meet strangers. Ida really liked Seattle. She thought it was pretty.

456 NORWEGIAN ORGANIZATIONS: Couldn't join Daughters of Norway. They met on Wednesdays and that wasn't her day off. She joined a mixed group that met at the Norway Hall. She met men and women from different parts of Norway. They had a Norwegian choir. Ida sang alto. They sang both Norwegian and American songs. She was shy and wouldn't speak unless she was spoken to. Her English was getting better. She could speak for herself.

497 WORK: (See II-122 and II289) After nine months, Ida wanted to find a better job. She wasn't earning much as a housekeeper. She could earn more money as a cook. One of Sigrid's relatives had a hotel (Potter Hotel on James Street). Ida got a job there. She had to clean 12 rooms, change sheets on the bed, wash clothes, pick up, etc. She shared a corner room with Sigrid. She paid $8 for the room and got $72 per month. When then hotel changed owners, the new owners wanted to cut her wages. She said she'd leave. They decided they needed her. She worked there for several years. This job was better, more free time. The new owners were Japanese. Their two-year-old son was killed by the cable car on James Street so they went back to Japan. The next owner was also Japanese. He was stingy so Ida didn't stay much longer. She got another job at a boarding house on 8th Avenue. It was called Blackstone and was a nice place.

660 MEETING SPOUSE: Her husband was in the Navy. They met at the Norway Hall on Boren Avenue and Virginia. He was born in Norway and lived in Tacoma. He joined the Navy because he didn't want to be in the Army. He was a first class fireman in the Navy. A boy from Ida's town immigrated to Montana. He joined the Navy and met Ida's husband in Bremerton. Ida met her husband, Andrew, through this boy. They got married in April 1920 at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Seattle. Ida's Aunt Molly, one of Andrew's Norwegian friends from the Navy and his girlfriend, Olga attended the wedding. They were married by Rev. Stub. Ida says that many Norwegian met their spouses through Norwegian organizations. Ida and Andrew lived in Tacoma.

752 CITIZENSHIP: Ida's husband was already an U.S. citizen when they got married. He had to be in order to be in the U.S. Navy. Ida automatically became a citizen by marrying Andrew. She just had to pick up the legal papers. They hadn't changed that act yet. Later, women obtained their U.S. citizenship in the same manner as the men rather than through marriage.

765 TACOMA: After their wedding, they spent the night in Seattle. They took a boat from Seattle to Tacoma. At that time, there were two boats going between Seattle and Tacoma, the Tacoma and the Indianapolis. Andrew rented a furnished house in Tacoma. Ida got homesick for Seattle. She didn't know anyone in Tacoma. In June 1920, Andrew joined the Sons of Norway and Ida joined the Daughters of Norway. Both clubs met on the same night. When Ida joined the Daughters of Norway they met at the Fraternity Hall between 11th and 13th on Summers (?).

811 The Sons of Norway met at the Eagles. In 1922, the built Normanna Hall. It was owned by different Norwegian lodges, such as the Normanna Male Choir, the Vikings, etc. They were also selling individual shares for $10. Now, the Sons and Daughters own all of the shares.

840 DAUGHTERS OF NORWAY TODAY: (See t32) The Daughters of Norway are still very active. They are keeping up their heritage. There are third and fourth generation girls in the group. Ida's daughter is leader of the dance group, which is called the Daughters Leikarring. Ida's granddaughters are also involved in Daughters of Norway.

876 FAMILY: They've lived on McKinley Hill for most of the time they've lived in Tacoma. Ida has one daughter, Olive Rudsdil. She has two girls and a boy. Camus, Annette, and Victor. Olive was named after Ida's father, Ole. She didn't like the name when she was young. The kids at school teased her because of Olive Oil in the comics. She tells more about Olive's childhood.

929 THE DEPRESSION: Andrew was out of work. Ida worked a little during this period. This was the only time she worked during their marriage. She worked at Bailey Underhill (?). She got a job sewing overalls and children's jeans. It was a good job, but when the business moved to Portland, Ida had to quit.

974 NORWEGIAN CUSTOMS: They spoke English with their daughter. Ida's sister came from Norway in 1924 and they spoke Norwegian then.

982 NORWEGIAN CUSTOMS: Ida's daughter was little and couldn't understand her aunt from Norway. It wasn't long before Ida's sister could speak English. She got a good job working for Lou Johnson. He had a beautiful ladies clothing store in Tacoma. She worked there for thirty years.

992 CHURCH LIFE: Ida belongs to Bethlehem Lutheran Church. She didn't join when she first came to Tacoma because her daughter was sick. She went to a little wooden church for a while. They'd have fish dinners to make money to pay for the organ and the church bell. They now have a new church, the Bethlehem Church.

1019 TRIPS BACK TO NORWAY: One trip in 1973. She got a little insurance money after her husband passed away. She couldn't go while he was living because she was babysitting her daughter. Ida went on a Sons of Norway tour. She planned on going alone but a friend who had left Norway when she was 2 years old went along with her. Ida visited her half-brother in Oslo and then flew to Harstad. She visited another half-brother who was a teacher there. Another half-brother came down from Tromsö. He drove and took Ida home to Bø in Vesterålen. The two half-brothers, a nephew, and Ida made the trip. The trip was nice but sad. She felt better after she'd seen the island. She saw the foundations of the house and the stabbur, where they stored meat and things. They sat on the steps of the bakery and had coffee and cakes. They rented a big fishing boat in order to go to the island. They had to find wood on the beach so that they could cook the coffee. The weather was beautiful. The sun was shining and it was light all night.

1099 WHAT IT MEANS TO BE NORWEGIAN: Ida is proud of being Norwegian. She'd be proud if she was any other nationality. She learned to speak good Norwegian through the family. Her father didn't speak the dialect because he'd have to go to the bigger towns for business sometimes. Ida says the language had changes. "They're getting a little of that Swedish in it." Her daughter studied Norwegian and counts differently


Generelle notater: Barn - Halfdan Olaus Borkenhagen Olsen

Emigrerte til USA i 1914. Bosatt Tampa, Florida.


Generelle notater: Barn - Martin Peder Olsen

Emigrerte til USA i 1919. Druknet i San Diego.


Joakim Antonsen Finnsæther og Karoline Susanna Albrigtsdtr




Ektemann Joakim Antonsen Finnsæther

            Født: 1882 - Finsæter, Hadsel, Nordland
            Døpt: 
             Død: 
        Begravet: 
        Ekteskap: 



Hustru Karoline Susanna Albrigtsdtr

            Født: 2 Mai 1884 - Gimstad, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 20 Jul 1884 - Bø kirke, Bø, Nordland
             Død: 31 Mai 1963 - Hole, Bø, Nordland
        Begravet: 5 Jun 1963 - Duken kirkegård, Vinje, Bø, Nordland


             Far: Albrigt Johan Jonsen (1832-1897)
             Mor: Laura Jonette Henriksdtr (1854-1917)



 Annen ektefelle: Nikolai Arnt Robertsen - 4 Des 1925 - Bø kirke, Bø, Nordland

Hendelser

• Konfirmasjon: 18 Jun 1899, Bø kirke, Bø, Nordland.


Barn
1 K Solveig Hilma Finnsæther

            Født: 1 Aug 1920 - Gimstad, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 31 Jul 1921 - Bø kirke, Bø, Nordland
             Død: 12 Mai 1998 - Tranes, Andøya, Nordland
        Begravet: 22 Mai 1998 - Bjørnskinn, Andøy, Nordland
       Ektefelle: John Kristian Amundsen
          Ektesk: 1942 - Bø, Nordland




Nikolai Arnt Robertsen og Karoline Susanna Albrigtsdtr




Ektemann Nikolai Arnt Robertsen

            Født: 16 Feb 1886 - Hole, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 8 Aug 1886 - Bø kirke, Bø, Nordland
             Død: 29 Apr 1954 - Hole, Bø, Nordland
        Begravet: 7 Mai 1954 - Duken kirkegård, Vinje, Bø, Nordland


             Far: Robert Andreas Pedersen (1854-1944)
             Mor: Klausine Helena Nilsdtr (1854-1920)


        Ekteskap: 4 Des 1925 - Bø kirke, Bø, Nordland

 Annen ektefelle: Helga Josefa Birgitte Jensen - 1 Jun 1913 - Sør-Varanger, Finnmark

 Annen ektefelle: Rebekka Andrea Abrahamsdtr

Hendelser

• Konfirmasjon: 29 Sep 1901, Bø kirke, Bø, Nordland.

• Yrke: verksarbeider, Sør-Varanger, Finnmark.




Hustru Karoline Susanna Albrigtsdtr

            Født: 2 Mai 1884 - Gimstad, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 20 Jul 1884 - Bø kirke, Bø, Nordland
             Død: 31 Mai 1963 - Hole, Bø, Nordland
        Begravet: 5 Jun 1963 - Duken kirkegård, Vinje, Bø, Nordland


             Far: Albrigt Johan Jonsen (1832-1897)
             Mor: Laura Jonette Henriksdtr (1854-1917)



 Annen ektefelle: Joakim Antonsen Finnsæther

Hendelser

• Konfirmasjon: 18 Jun 1899, Bø kirke, Bø, Nordland.


Barn
1 K Laura Klausine Robertsen

            Født: 6 Jun 1926 - Hole, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 12 Sep 1926 - Bø kirke, Bø, Nordland
             Død: 4 Aug 1927 - Hole, Bø, Nordland
       Dødsårsak: Krampe
        Begravet: 11 Sep 1927 - Duken kirkegård, Vinje, Bø, Nordland




Generelle notater: Ektemann - Nikolai Arnt Robertsen

Hadde Heimgård 31/6.


Peder Halvard Bergiton Johansen og Marie Christine Albrigtsdtr




Ektemann Peder Halvard Bergiton Johansen

            Født: 30 Apr 1877 - Borge, Vestvågøy, Nordland
            Døpt: 
             Død: 29 Jun 1948
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             Far: Johan Christian Berg Pedersen (1850-      )
             Mor: Albertine Sophie Brinchmann (1852-      )


        Ekteskap: 



Hustru Marie Christine Albrigtsdtr

            Født: 22 Jun 1876 - Borge, Vestvågøy, Nordland
            Døpt: 
             Død: 8 Aug 1931
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Barn
1 M Lyder Peder Pedersen

            Født: 1 Jan 1900 - Smedvik, Borge, Vestvågøy, Nordland
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2 M Hjalmar Annalius Pedersen

            Født: 1901 - Smedvik, Borge, Vestvågøy, Nordland
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3 K Aslaug Leonarda Pedersen

            Født: 1904 - Smedvik, Borge, Vestvågøy, Nordland
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4 M Johan Kristian Berg Pedersen

            Født: 1906 - Smedvik, Borge, Vestvågøy, Nordland
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5 M Roald Pedersen

            Født: 1910 - Smedvik, Borge, Vestvågøy, Nordland
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6 M Baard Arne Pedersen

            Født: 27 Mai 1912 - Smedvik, Borge, Vestvågøy, Nordland
            Døpt: 
             Død: 21 Mar 1970
        Begravet: 
       Ektefelle: Florence Crossland


7 M Trygve Pedersen

            Født: 1915 - Smedvik, Borge, Vestvågøy, Nordland
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8 M Gunnar Pedersen

            Født: 1917 - Smedvik, Borge, Vestvågøy, Nordland
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9 K Hedvig Pedersen

            Født: 1918 - Smedvik, Borge, Vestvågøy, Nordland
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10 M Bjørnulf Nikolai Pedersen

            Født: 1921 - Smedvik, Borge, Vestvågøy, Nordland
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Kristoffer Andreas Ellingsen og Mette Marie Albrigtsdtr




Ektemann Kristoffer Andreas Ellingsen

            Født: 18 Jan 1836 - Steigen, Nordland
            Døpt: 
             Død: 30 Des 1885 - Bodø, Nordland
        Begravet: 


             Far: Jens Christian Ellingsen (1795-1862)
             Mor: Jonetta Caroline Rosenvinge Ellingsen (1795-1879)


        Ekteskap: 3 Apr 1867 - Malnes kirke, Bø, Nordland

Hendelser

• Konfirmasjon: 27 Jul 1851, Steigen, Nordland.

• Yrke: skipper, handelsmann.




Hustru Mette Marie Albrigtsdtr

            Født: 13 Mar 1839 - Gustad, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 
             Død: 2 Mar 1921 - Oslo
        Begravet: 


             Far: Albrigt (Albert Berent Martin) Ellingsen (1813-1878)
             Mor: Pernille Marie Jakobsdtr (1810-1882)




Barn
1 M Jens Kristian Ellingsen

            Født: 10 Mai 1868 - Gustad, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 2 Aug 1868 - Malnes kirke, Bø, Nordland
             Død: 28 Sep 1905 - Diakonhjemmet, Oslo
        Begravet: 
       Ektefelle: var ugift


2 K Albertine Pernille Ellingsen

            Født: 4 Jun 1869 - Gustad, Bø, Nordland
            Døpt: 11 Jul 1869 - Malnes kirke, Bø, Nordland
             Død: 1 Feb 1894 - Bodø, Nordland
        Begravet: 
       Ektefelle: var ugift


3 K Jonette Christine Marie Ellingsen

            Født: 8 Apr 1871 - Røst, Nordland
            Døpt: 17 Sep 1871 - Røst, Nordland
             Død: 29 Jan 1961 - Oslo
        Begravet: 3 Feb 1961 - Vestre gravlund, Oslo



4 M Johan Conrad Rosenvinge Ellingsen

            Født: 17 Jul 1874 - Røst, Nordland
            Døpt: 20 Jul 1874 - Røst, Nordland
             Død: 1920 - Frankrike
        Begravet: 
       Ektefelle: var ugift


5 K Julie Andrea Ellingsen

            Født: 24 Des 1875 - Bodø, Nordland
            Døpt: 19 Mar 1876 - Bodø, Nordland
             Død:  - Oslo
        Begravet: 



6 M Christopher Andreas Ellingsen

            Født: 21 Des 1877 - Bodø, Nordland
            Døpt: 13 Jan 1878 - Bodø, Nordland
             Død: 13 Aug 1899 - Bodø, Nordland
        Begravet:  - Bodø, Nordland



7 K Charlotte Dorothea Ellingsen

            Født: 28 Feb 1880 - Bodø, Nordland
            Døpt: 9 Mar 1880 - Bodø, Nordland
             Død: 13 Feb 1964 - Oslo
        Begravet: 19 Feb 1964 - Vestre gravlund, Oslo




Generelle notater: Hustru - Mette Marie Albrigtsdtr

Flytta i 1869 til Værøy i Lofoten med mann og 2 barn. I 1875 flytta de til Bodø. Da hun blev enke dreiv hun privathotell i Havnegaten 7 i Bodø i 20 år. Så flytta hun til Kristiania.


Generelle notater: Barn - Jonette Christine Marie Ellingsen

Utdannet til tannlege i USA.


Forskningsnotater: Barn - Jonette Christine Marie Ellingsen

Hjemmedøpt 16 apr 1871.


Gjert Martines Hansen og Ragna Emilie Sophie Albrigtsdtr




Ektemann Gjert Martines Hansen

            Født: 14 Sep 1879 - Gildeskål, Nordland
            Døpt: 25 Apr 1880
             Død: 1961 - Gildeskål, Nordland
        Begravet: 11 Mai 1961 - Mevik kirkegård, Gildeskål, Nordland


             Far: Ole Norum Hansen (1847-      )
             Mor: Kirsten Maria Rasmusdtr (1848-      )


        Ekteskap: 18 Jul 1909 - Gildeskål, Nordland



Hustru Ragna Emilie Sophie Albrigtsdtr

            Født: 11 Apr 1884 - Gildeskål, Nordland
            Døpt: 8 Jun 1884
             Død: 24 Des 1972 - Gildeskål, Nordland
        Begravet: 


Barn
1 M Alf Angolf Hansen

            Født: 17 Okt 1910 - Gildeskål, Nordland
            Døpt: 4 Des 1910
             Død: 18 Sep 1996 - Gildeskål, Nordland
        Begravet: 25 Sep 1996 - Mevik kirkegård, Gildeskål, Nordland
       Ektefelle: Tora Oline Olsen
          Ektesk: 4 Jun 1934 - Gildeskål, Nordland


2 K Olene Kristine Birgitte Hansen

            Født: 18 Apr 1912 - Gildeskål, Nordland
            Døpt: 11 Aug 1912
             Død: 
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3 M Konrad Valdemar Johan Grimstad

            Født: 27 Jul 1916 - Gildeskål, Nordland
            Døpt: 8 Okt 1916
             Død: 22 Jan 1985 - Gildeskål, Nordland
        Begravet: 29 Jan 1985 - Mevik kirkegård, Gildeskål, Nordland
       Ektefelle: Solveig Sigfrida Kanutte Larsen
          Ektesk: 28 Jun 1942 - Gildeskål, Nordland




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