Den 2018-01-20 kl. 22:00, skrev Penny:
I've been trying to follow a line of my family and have come to a point
where I don't understand or can read a note and location. I am working
on Lännäs: AI:7:( 1806-1810) Image 690 pg 64. I can't make out line 4
and line 5 is Brita Svensdotter. I don't know where they moved in from
so I can hopefully keep following this family earlier. I've followed
this family through several books. In a couple of the records there is a
} and the letters N.K. in the comment or last column. What does this
mean? In Lännäs: AI:9 (1816-1820) Image 85 pg 77 you can see this.
Lännäs (T) AI:7 (1806-1810) Image 690 / page 64 (AID: v51931a.b690.s64,
Line 4 is parish tailor Per Olsson, line 5 his wife Brita Svensdotter,
and then their two children.
They came 1807 from Gruf-fallet (Gruvfallet), and are found at Lännäs
(T) AI:7 (1806-1810) Image 1060 / page 101 (AID: v51931a.b1060.s101,
"N.K." might be for "naturliga koppor" (natural small-pox) that is
didn't need to be vaccinated because they had had the disease.
Or something different...
// Bo Johansson