HHLeaf(a)aol.com wrote 2010-09-30 19:27:
I would like a translation of the death records for the above named married
GID 1926.7.49900 Åke Soop died 19 Nov 1728 at Onsjö, Naglum and was
buried 6 Dec in Nagelhem.
Was he taken to Lidköping and reburied there?
--- Nov 19 (1728) died well-born Mr. Captain Åke Sop of Odensiö(?) and
was buried the 6th December in Nagelhem at the hero grave(??)
(Hjältegrafven"?), but later he was taken to to Lidköping and ??? own
grave. Was 76 years old. Frail, especially in the legs because of a
fall, last for 3 months lying in bed.
GID 1926.7.48900 Agneta Maria Bonde died 14 Nov 1722 in Naglum (not sure
what farm name) and was buried 27 May in Lieutenant Belfrage's grave (?)
in Naglum. Rutger Belfrage was her son-in-law. Was her body also
transported to Lidköping?
--- Apr. 14 (1722) died after 9 days illness well-born Mrs. Agneta Maria
Bonde, Mr. Captain Åke Sop's wife and lady, and was buried the 27th May
in Mr. Lieutenant Colonel Belfrage's grave in Naglom. Was 65 years and
some months. Her corpse was later taken to Lidköping.
I think Nagelhem and Naglom are probably variant spellings of Naglum.
// Bo Johansson