Thank you so much for this information. I haven't come across a
"wicked growth" as a cause of death before. Poor little baby.
On 12/29/12, Bo Johansson <bo.h.johan56(a)telia.com> wrote:
Annette Bowen wrote 2012-12-29 21:37:
> The last entry on the right side is for a child Kari in Hofdane. Then
> it says something about Kersti Tholsdotter, died in Feb, age 7 weeks,
> but then it looks like something was 7 1/2 months. Was Kersti the
> mother of an illegitimate premature child, who died?
AD Köla F:3 (1748-1795) Image 118 / page 229 (AID: v6162.b118.s229, NAD:
Hofdane - the child Kari, illegitimate, her mother is "L.P." (loose
maid? = maid without yearly contract) Kersti Tholsdotter, died [in
Febr.] of a wicked growth under the chin, 7 1/2 months old.
They are found with Kersti's parents(?) at number 9 Hovdane in AD Köla
AI:14 (1785-1791) Image 65 / page 121 (AID: v11964.b65.s121, NAD:
Kari's birth is recorded 11 July 1788 as illegitimate child Karin of
Hofdane, father stated to be farmhand Nils Andersson from Hälle, mother
maid Kerstin Tholsdotter.
AD Köla C:4 (1737-1789) Image 266 / page 523 (AID: v6142.b266.s523, NAD:
// Bo Johansson
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