Wow, Bo, I can barely make that out now that you have told me. No wonder I
missed it. Thanks so much for taking a second look for me. I hope I can do
better with the next HLF in Väckelsång.
From: sweden-bounces(a)rootsweb.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On
Behalf Of Bo Johansson
Sent: Sunday, June 27, 2010 1:35 PM
Subject: Re: [SWEDEN] Maja Stina Petersdotter, of Ostra Torsås
Evelynn McCain wrote:
Bo, I went through the rest of the film, page by page, and found Maja
Peterssdotter alone at: : 850.8.59000, [Kronoberg] Östra Torsås,
Household examination, 1815 - 1825, 272-0, Image 287 of 306.
--- This seems to be a page for maids at Sunnansjö.
Maja Stina Peterssdotter came 1823 from Torp Vestergård(??), moved 1824
to page 248.
She may have been working here and then moved back with her family in:
850.8.56600, [Kronoberg] Östra Torsås, AI.7, Household examination,
- 1825, 248-0, Image 263 of 306. It looks like Maja and her family
to Uråsa in 1824. The comment has Nov. 22 so maybe that is the day the
moving out certificate was issued. No moving out records for Östra Torsås
for that time frame. No moving in records for Uråsa either.
--- This is a cottage under Seleryd Hjertonsgård.
The father Peter Andersson Skytt, mother Elsa Svensdotter and sister
Christina had come 1824 from page 134, the torp Peterslund under Thorsjö
Säteri (GID 850.8.44800).
And it does look like they move to Uråsa.
I searched 855.3.26000, [Kronoberg] Uråsa, AI.3, Household examination,
1822 - 1829, 0-0, Image 5 of 106 page by page. I did not find the family
Can you look at the record and tell me if the place they moved to was
Perhaps I am looking in the wrong place.
--- I think it looks like Uråsa.
They are found at "Wacktstugan" under Uråsa Stom in GID 855.3.28400,
[Kronoberg] Uråsa, AI.3, Household examination, 1822-1829, page 19,
The father is called "torpare" Petter Skytt, they move 1826 to
// Bo Johansson
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