(F5) SØREN LARSEN FRODESEN, g Qvist + Madsdatter / (f5) Mette Marie Madsdatter, g Frodesen (F41)

Familie: (F5) SØREN LARSEN FRODESEN, g Qvist + Madsdatter / (f5) Mette Marie Madsdatter, g Frodesen (F41)

g. 17 Jul 1830

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  • Mann
    (F5) SØREN LARSEN FRODESEN, g Qvist + Madsdatter

    Fødsel  1789  Kongsberg (Buskerud) Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Dåp  21 Mar 1789  Kongsberg (Buskerud) Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Død  Før 1875  Wisconsin, USA Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Begravelse     
    Ekteskap  17 Jul 1830  [1, 2]  Kragerø (Telemark)  [1, 2] Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Andre partnere  (Q5) (F5) ANNE DORTHEA MICHAELSDATTER QVIST, g FRODESEN | F22 
    Ekteskap  20 Sep 1811  Kristiansand (Vest-Agder) Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Far  (F6) LARS HANSEN FRODESEN, g Røgeberg | F42 Gruppeskjema 
    Mor  (F6) (Røg6) JOHANNE SØRENSDATTER RØGEBERG, g Frodesen | F42 Gruppeskjema 

    Kvinne
    (f5) Mette Marie Madsdatter, g Frodesen

    Fødsel  6 Okt 1800  Kiær [gård], Bamle (Telemark) Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Dåp  12 Okt 1800  Bamble kirke, Bamble (Telemark) Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Død     
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    Far  Mads Larsen | F501 Gruppeskjema 
    Mor  Marekken Madsdatter | F501 Gruppeskjema 

    (f4) (us4) Lars Martinius (Martin) Sørensen Frodesen, g Pettersen Mann
    + (f4) (us4) Lars Martinius (Martin) Sørensen Frodesen, g Pettersen

    Fødsel  20 Apr 1831  Kragerø (Telemark) Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Dåp  10 Jul 1831  Kragerø (Telemark) Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Død  10 Jul 1912  Oceana County (Michigan) USA Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Begravelse  16 Aug 1912  Oceana County (Michigan) USA Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Ektefelle/partner  (us4) (f4) Carrie (Karoline?/Karen?) Pettersen, g Frodesen | F80 
    Ekteskap     

    Mann
    (f4) (us4) Johan Theodor Sørensen Frodesen

    Fødsel  4 Des 1833  Kragerø (Telemark) Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Dåp  28 Feb 1834  Kragerø (Telemark) Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Død  ???13 Feb 1904  Eau Claire (Wisconsin) USA Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
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  • Notater 
    Bolig:
    • Her er de tre familiemedlemmene som bor i Town of Merton i 1850:
      Søren: Prudeson Levren |60 M| |Norway
      Mette Marie: Prudeson Mary |52 F ||Norway
      Lars Martinius: Prudeson Martin |19 M |Laborer |Norway |
      - Johan, som ville vært 16-17 år i 1850 (to og et halvt år yngre enn broren, Martin) finnes ikke i husholdningen.
      ??? Er han flyttet hjemmefra - eller er han død (f.eks. i koleraepidemien i 1849)?

      Kilde: 1850 Federal Census, Waukesha County, Wisconsin (Page 42 of 58)
      http://www.usgwcensus.org/cenfiles/wi/waukesha/1850/pg0403b.txt
    • "WAUKESHA COUNTY.
      The county of Waukesha is situated directly west of Milwaukee, at an average distance of twenty-five miles from that city. It contains 368,640 acres of land, divided into openings, timber, marsh and prairie land in the proportion of fifty, thirty-five, twelve and three per cent respectively. These different varieties are conveniently diversified and intermingled. In some few portions the surface is hilly, in others, nearly level, but in the greater portion it is gently rolling. There is a variety of soil, but for the greater part it is a mixture of loam and clay. It also contains much calcareous matter, is easy to cultivate and very productive, and is adapted to the growth of all kinds of grain and grasses. Considerable attention is given to raising various breeds of herded stock. The county is noted for its large flocks of fine sheep, its valuable stock of cattle and its dairy interests. Apples are raised in more than sufficient quantities to meet the wants of the county; pears, plums and other fruit do well in some seasons. The acreage of crops given by the census of 1875 is of wheat, 42,819; of oats, 19,596; of corn, 24,304; of barley, 5,086; of rye, 3,759; of hops, 202; of tobacco, 6; total, 96,772 acres. The county is well watered by springs, brooks, rivers and lakes, abounding with fine fish. Around Oconomowoc are many small lakes, beautifully located, which have made the place a noted summer resort. At the city of Waukesha, the county seat, a mineral spring has been discovered whose waters possess great curative powers, and which attracts many visitors and invalids. The state industrial school for boys is located in this city. There are also woolen mills here, which are largely engaged in the manufacture of shawls of excellent quality. The best limestone deposits in the state are found in this county, at Waukesha, Pewaukee and Menomonee, and an extensive business is done in the exportation of building stone and lime. Beds of clay suitable for pottery ware are found in the towns of Merton, Menomonee and Lisbon. Population of county in 1875, 29,425, comprising 19,115 natives; 4,511 Germans; 2,567 English, Scotch and Welsh; 1,658 Irish; 796 Swedes and Norwegians; 345 Canadians; 245 French and Swiss, and 188 of other nationalities. Number of schools, 120; children of school age, 11,212."
      KILDE:
      Genealogy Trail - Wisconsin
      http://genealogytrails.com/wis/countydescriptions.html
    • Registrert kjøp av land, 10/9 1875 i Menasha township:
      http://files.usgwarchives.net/wi/waushara/land/waus-l-o.txt

      Wisconsin Land Patents Database: Waushara County - Surnames L-O
      [...]
      The Wisconsin Land Patents Database contains the following information for
      each land transaction:
      date, location (township, range, section), name of person the land was patented to,
      county, date, and the patent document identification number.

      Using this information, you can access the Bureau of Land Management
      web site and view a copy of the original document.

      http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/

      The document can be saved to disk, printed out, or merely viewed. Certified
      copies of the document can be orderd on their web site as well.

      The National Archives will also send you a copy of the patent file for $10 from
      at the following address:

      Reference Branch (Lands)
      National Archives
      Washington, DC 20408
      (202) 501-5428
      [...]

      All of the twps and ranges in WI are measured from the 4th Principal
      Meridian.

      WI Land Offices
      01 Ashland
      02 Bayfield
      03 Eau Claire
      04 Falls St. Croix
      05 Green Bay
      06 Hudson
      07 La Crosse
      08 Menasha
      09 Milwaukee
      10 Mineral Point
      11 Muskaday
      12 Stevens Point
      13 Superior
      14 Wausau
      15 Willow River
      16 Wisconsin

      PATENT_L_N PATENT_F_N PATENT_M_I SECTION_NR TOWNSHIP RANGE TOTAL_ACRE L_O_CODE DOCUMENT_N SIGN_DATE REMARKS
      [...]

      LARSON METTA M 28 20 N 12 E 0 08 2 1875/09/10 WIDOW OF SOREN LARSON
      LARSON METTA M 28 20 N 12 E 80 08 2 1875/09/10 WIDOW OF SOREN LARSON

  • Kilder 
    1. [S3] Family Search - Genealogy site, http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.2/MYSB-2BX/p4.
      Norway Marriages, 1660-1926 for Soren Frodesen

    2. [S136] *KIRKEBOK (scan), https://media.digitalarkivet.no/kb20061204040238.
      SAKO, Kragerø kirkebøker, F/Fa/L0004: Ministerialbok nr. 4, 1814-1831, s. 216
      Gml. lenke:
      Telemark fylke, Kragerø, Klokkerbok nr. 2 (1814-1831), Ekteviede 1831, side 217.



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