Thank you, Bo. That makes sense. I wasn't sure what it said for the
father. I think Stina was a miller's daughter, so it seems likely that
she might work for a miller.
One more unrelated question - how is Slag. as a cause of death translated?
On 4/27/14, Bo Johansson <bo.h.johan56(a)bredband.net> wrote:
Annette Bowen wrote 2014-04-28 02:09:
> I am trying to identify the father of Stina Jonsdotter's son. These
> are the records I have found, mentioning the child, Anders Johan, born
> 14/3 1852. They seem to indicate that he was born in Hångsdala, but I
> do not find his birth record there.
> HFLs after she married Gustaf Gabrielsson
> Locketorp AI:8 (1854-1861) Image 100 / page 186 (AID:
> v55932.b100.s186, NAD: SE/GLA/13337)
> Skörstorp AI:3 (1849-1860) Image 62 / page 56 (AID: v27848.b62.s56,
> NAD: SE/GLA/13487)
> Skörstorp AI:3 (1849-1860) Image 59 / page 53 (AID: v27848.b59.s53,
> NAD: SE/GLA/13487)
> Her moving in and out records
> Hångsdala B:4 (1852-1860) Image 43 / page 7 (AID: v27775.b43.s7, NAD:
--- Stina Jonsdotter is recorded as born 1830-01-06 in Åsarp, her
illegitimate son born 1852-03-14 here, both came 1852 from Slöta.
So perhaps he wasn't actually born "here", but in Slöta?
> Slöta BI:3 (1839-1869) Image 48 (AID: v28487.b48, NAD: SE/GLA/13491)
> I found this birth record in Slöta that looks like her child's birth,
> but if it is correct, why do the other records all say he was born and
> baptised in Hångsdala? Was she working for Anders Pehrsson and what
> was the father's name?
> Slöta CI:7 (1839-1869) Image 28 (AID: v28495.b28, NAD: SE/GLA/13491)
--- Anders Johan, illegitimate son of maid Stina Jonsdotter in
Nätered(?) at Anders Pehrsson [her employer], father P.J.Andersson(?).
They are found at Nätra in Slöta AI:8 (1849-1860) Image 87 / page 80
(AID: v28481.b87.s80, NAD: SE/GLA/13491).
Perhaps the father is miller Anders Pehrsson's son Per Johan born 1831?
// Bo Johansson
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