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1860 Census - Hambden Township, Geauga County, Ohio
1860 Census - Hambden Township, Geauga County, Ohio
Family of Christian and Dorothy Fiedler - page 2 of 2 
 
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1860 US census - Family of James and Marrietta Hobart - PAGE 1 of 2
1860 US census - Family of James and Marrietta Hobart - PAGE 1 of 2
Wellington, Monroe County, Wisconsin 
 
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1860 US census - Family of James and Marrietta Hobart - PAGE 2 of 2
1860 US census - Family of James and Marrietta Hobart - PAGE 2 of 2
Wellington, Monroe County, Wisconsin 
 
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1861 census - Family of Henry and Dorothe Cron in Wellesley Township, Waterloo County, Ontario.
1861 census - Family of Henry and Dorothe Cron in Wellesley Township, Waterloo County, Ontario.
And family of Henry and Caroline Veitel. 
 
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1865 Bjørndalsplassen census
1865 Bjørndalsplassen census
Widow of Nils Kristoffersson is listed in the 1865 Census. She is living with a bachelor son. Listed are: Kristoffer Nilsson ,"occupation"- farmer and owner or freeholder, he was single. Hella Petersdotter, his mother, "føderådskone" (pensioner, receiving support from owner of the farm), she was a widow. Maren Andersdotter, servant girl, she was single. They lived on Bjørndalsplassen in Sigdal parish, Buskerud County, Norway. Reviewing the 1900 Census of the farm Bjørndalen (and Bjørndalsplassen), there appears to be no more descendents of Nils Kristoffersson and Hella Petersdotter remaining there.
 
 
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1865 Census - Bakke local parish, Eker parish, Buskerud County, Norway
1865 Census - Bakke local parish, Eker parish, Buskerud County, Norway
The 1865 census record for the Daler farm, Eiker parish lists the family as living on Oppgiverplassen, which is a part of the Daler farm, in the local parish of Bakke, of the head parish of Eiker in Buskerud County, Norway. It lists Kari Kjetilsdotter, in family possition as "husmor" (housewife, female head of the household), occupation "strandsitjarar (person who rented a house, on a larger farm, near or at the coastline), it gives her marital status as a widow and it says her birth place was in Eiker parish (though we know she was actually born in Sigdal parish). Nils Jakob Nilsson, in family position as Kari`s son, occupation "jernverksarbeidar" (works with iron works or iron mill), his marital status was single and he was born in Eiker parish. Ingeborg Torgeirsdotter, family possition as "innerst" (renter or lodger on a farm), occupation "fattiglem" (pauper), her marital status was a widow and it states she was born in Eiker parish. 
 
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1865 census - Family of Christine Pedersdotter and Ole Christiansson
1865 census - Family of Christine Pedersdotter and Ole Christiansson
Christine Pedersdotter and Ole Christiansson are found in the 1865 census for Christiania (Oslo), Norway. They were living on Nordby street in Grønland parish with their two daughters. The family is displayed as entry #s 38689 to #38692. Christine is listed as his wife and Ole was a "tomtearbeidar" (worker at building sites). Ole was born in the Toten district, Oppland county and Kristine was born in the Hadeland district, Oppland county, and both girls were born in Christiania (Oslo), Norway.
 
 
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1865 census - Family of Ole Pederson and Karen Nielsdotter
1865 census - Family of Ole Pederson and Karen Nielsdotter
The census of 1865 records Ole Pederson and Karen Nielsdotter living on the farm Myrvold, Sørum parish, Akershus county. Under family position Ole is listed as "husfar" (head of the household) and Karen as 'his wife'. Under occupation, Ole is listed as "husmann med jord" ( tenant farmer, crofter with a small plot of land). Karen, Sigvart and Adolf were all born in Sørum parish and Ole was born in the Hadeland district (Hadeland is a district in Oppland county, and consists of the parishes of Gran, Jevnaker and Lunner.).
 
 
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1865 Census Holo østre, Modum parish, Buskerud county, Norway
1865 Census Holo østre, Modum parish, Buskerud county, Norway
Records family of Tore Olson and Kjersti Klausdotter in 1865 at Holo østre, Modum parish, Buskerud county, Norway. Occupation of Tore Olson is listed as farmer and farm owner. Note that daughter Ingeborg Kirstine Toresdotter born 1853 is not listed. 
 
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1865 Census in Nes, Hallingdal, Norway - family of Ole Haraldson and Ingri Oldsdatter
1865 Census in Nes, Hallingdal, Norway - family of Ole Haraldson and Ingri Oldsdatter
Ole Haraldson was born about 1820. From this we know his father`s name is Harald.

Wife, Ingri Olsdatter born about 1822. (Spelling variation of her name in Norwegian would be Ingrid Olsdotter and from this we know her father`s name is Ole or Ola)

Son, Knud Olson born about 1847. Spelling variation of his name in Norwegian would be Knut Olson.

Daughter, Beret born about 1854. Spelling variation of her name in Norwegian would be Berit Olsdotter.

Son, Johan born about 1857.

Son, Halvor born about 1859 Spelling variation of his name in Norwegian would be Hallvard Olson.

son Knud Olson born about 1862 Spelling variation of his name in Norwegian would be Knut Olson.

"Yrke" refers to occupation. Ole Haraldsson's occupation was "Selveier" (meaning he was owner or proprieter of the farm Grønna) and "Smed" means he was a smith (blacksmith, silversmith: it doesn`t specify exactly). His son Knut Olson's occupation was "hjælper Faderen" which means he was helping his father on the farm.

Sivilstand signifies marital status . The "G" stands for "Gift" (meaning "married"). The "Ug" stands for "Ugift" (meaning not married). Alder signifies age. Kjønn signifies sex. The "M" stands for "Mannkjønn" (meaning "male"). The "K" stands for "Kvinnekjønn" (meaning female).

Fødestad means birthplace. All the family members were born in "Bang Prestegjeld" except for the youngest son, Knut, who was born in Nes Parish. "Bang Prestegjeld" likely refers to "Bagn" Parish, in Sør Aurdal, Oppland County. This "Bagn" Parish is a little farther north up from the Nes parish.

Merknad (person) is providing some hint to distinguish between the two Knud Olson's. It mentions Knud Olsen, d ældre which is "Knut Olson den eldre" (meaning Knut Olson the elder or older one) and Knud Olsen, d yngre which is "Knut Olson den yngre" (meaning Knut Olson the younger or younger one).

Gard would mean farm and in this case the farm is Grønna

Kvareteig, Dokken gives further detail to location. Ole Haraldson Olson was born on Grønna, Nes Parish in Hallingdal, Buskerud County (Hallingdal being a large area including several Parishes in Buskerud County. The Norwegian "County" is similiar to our Provinces.

 
 
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1870 Census - Hambden Township, Geauga County, Ohio
1870 Census - Hambden Township, Geauga County, Ohio
Family of Louis and Elizabeth Fiedler 
 
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1870 census Niagara, Niagara County, New York - Family of Valentine Sippel
1870 census Niagara, Niagara County, New York - Family of Valentine Sippel
 
 
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1870 US census - Family of Adam Ballard. Family of Lyman Ballard. Family of Kelsey Ballard PAGE 1 of 2. Page begins with continuation of family of household of Stephen and Matilda Ballard.
1870 US census - Family of Adam Ballard. Family of Lyman Ballard. Family of Kelsey Ballard PAGE 1 of 2. Page begins with continuation of family of household of Stephen and Matilda Ballard.
Waupaca, Waupaca County, Wisconsin 
 
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1870 US census - Family of Joseph D South
1870 US census - Family of Joseph D South
Sparta Township, Chippewa County, Minnesota 
 
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1870 US census - Family of Kelsey Ballard PAGE 2 of 2. James and Sarah Wells, Sarah's sons Eli, Franklin and William Ballard. Family of Luther South. Family of Jacob Randall. Family of Dow Ballard.
1870 US census - Family of Kelsey Ballard PAGE 2 of 2. James and Sarah Wells, Sarah's sons Eli, Franklin and William Ballard. Family of Luther South. Family of Jacob Randall. Family of Dow Ballard.
Waupaca, Waupaca County, Wisconsin 
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1870 US census - James and Marietta Hobart. Henry and Emma (Hobart) Fielder. James and Catherine Waste.
1870 US census - James and Marietta Hobart. Henry and Emma (Hobart) Fielder. James and Catherine Waste.
Bridge Creek, Eau Claire County, Wisconsin 
 
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1870 US census - Waupaca, Waupaca County, Wisconsin - Stephen and Matilda Ballard. Family of Abner C. Ballard. Page 1 of 2
1870 US census - Waupaca, Waupaca County, Wisconsin - Stephen and Matilda Ballard. Family of Abner C. Ballard. Page 1 of 2
 
 
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1870 US Census - Zedekiah and Mary South
1870 US Census - Zedekiah and Mary South
Town of Waupaca, Waupaca County, Wisconsin 
 
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1870 US census Pembina, Dakota - Family of Albert and Mary Peterson
1870 US census Pembina, Dakota - Family of Albert and Mary Peterson
 
 
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1870 US census Pembina, Dakota - Family of Olaf and Caroline Peterson
1870 US census Pembina, Dakota - Family of Olaf and Caroline Peterson
 
 

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