Thank you! Yes she was born in Onsala end the dates are the same as those in
Stenkelsås. Did she go to Västra first and then to Østra? Since she was
crossed out there, I went to the list over moving-in and out. I thought the
two columns with 1 said weather it was in or out.
If this is the person I search for, she should have moved out before 1829,
since she got a son with a Norwegian man oct 28 1829. But then she must have
left child and husband, so this might of course be a wrong person.
I do not have access to Arkiv Digital any more.
According to different Norwegian sources she should have been born around
1796-7 in Göteborg or Yllaberg (or something like it). This is not so easy.
I have no idea as to when she left for Norway, but it should be before 1829.
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Sendt: 30. august 2010 05:46
Emne: Re: [SWEDEN] Anna Beatha born 9. march 1979
Kari Larsen wrote 2010-08-30 00:30:
Thank you so much. I found Anna Beata both in Østra and Vestra Stenkelsås,
and she seemed to move from there according to the last line to the right
here: SE/LLA/13297 Onsala B:1 (1826-1848) Bild 5
This seems to be a moving-in record: fl. (flickan = the girl) Anna Beata
Andersdotter born in Walda, came from there [good reputation]
But someone born 1797 would be "piga", not "flicka", and wasn't
Anna Beata born in Onsala?
But it is possible to find out from this where she moved in 1828? I wonder
if she went to Norway, because I have her name on the west coast of
but could this be proved?
The 1828 moving-out records start on "Bild 17".
I see your Anna Beata Andersdotter as maid, changed to wife at Västra
Stänkelsås in SE/LLA/13297 Onsala AI:2 (1826-1831) Bild 71 / sid 117.
It seems she has married farmhand Anders Börjesson born 1794.
Then she is as lodger wife Anna Beata, with daughter Brita Paulina born
1827, in a cottage ("En Stuga") Eriksäng under Östra Stänkelsås on page
116. They are both crossed out.
The head of the household seems to be her mother(?), widow Inger Hansson.
// Bo Johansson
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