Annette Bowen wrote 2014-05-01 06:15:
I am following the family of Johannes Andersson & his wife Gustafva
Gabrielsdotter. This moving out record looks to me like they were
going to America: No. 1 on 17/3 1854
Hångsdala B:4 (1852-1860) Image 12 / page 15 (AID: v27775.b12.s15,
--- Definitely looks like moving-out date 17 Mar 1854, destination America.
And it looks like destination America also in the HFL, Östra Gerum AI:3
(1849-1860) Image 64 / page 59 (AID: v27919.b64.s59, NAD: SE/GLA/13688).
By accident I found people with the same names in Slöta, and that led
me to this moving in record, No. 52 on Mar. 17, 1854. It looks to me
like the same family.
Slöta BI:3 (1839-1869) Image 55 (AID: v28487.b55, NAD: SE/GLA/13491)
--- Definitely looks like them moving in 17 Mar 1854 to Öland in Slöta.
Slöta "pastorat", it seems Öland is actually in Karleby parish.
They are found at Öland leasing the mill, but with only one son with
wrong birth-date, in Karleby AI:8 (1849-1860) Image 101 / page 93 (AID:
v28527.b101.s93, NAD: SE/GLA/13272).
Then in Karleby AI:8 (1849-1860) Image 210 / page 105 (AID:
v28527.b210.s105, NAD: SE/GLA/13272).
Then they move 1857 to Leaby Skattegården, now with more children, in
Karleby AI:8 (1849-1860) Image 194 / page 89 (AID: v28527.b194.s89, NAD:
Am I missing something, or was the moving out record just incorrect
about where they were going?
--- Perhaps the priest made an error? Or they changed their minds, but
didn't get new moving certificates?
It looks a bit suspicious that they had the same moving-out and
moving-in dates, usually there is at least a couple of days difference.
// Bo Johansson