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301 godfather : Didier DESCHANET at Lannes (Phil Baschiera notes: certainlyyour ancestor) Déchanet, Didier (I6402)
 
302 Gordon Hill Road Family F793
 
303 Grace Dechanet named her ninth and last child after her grandfather,Sebastien Dechanet. The family started calling him 'baby' as 'Sebastian'was too long for the siblings to say, so they called him "Babe", whichstuck for his entire life.
Babe was born in a log house on the Fuller Homestead farm south ofCarbon, 
Fuller, Sebastian "Babe" (I248)
 
304 Grace died prematurely in 1932 at the age of 66 leaving the family with abig loss. Fuller, Charles Woodman (I9)
 
305 grad of Knox Colledge at Galesburg,Ill. Cratte, David (I802)
 
306 graduate of Wabasha High School Grimm, Maude Jeannette (I1631)
 
307 graduated from the collage Cratte, David (I802)
 
308 Grandfather Thomas Jensen, 26.4.1837-13.10.1910
and
Grandmother Laura Kathrine Spliid, 2.12.1849-10.5.1898 married June11,1875, when he was 38 and she 26 years. They had seven children, but theydid not have it easy as four of the children died in infancy - two ofthem nearly at the same time, probably of diphtheria. The childrenwere:

Laurits Bjørn Spliid Jensen,b.31.7.1876 , d.25.1.1941
Jens Christian Jensen, b.25.8.1878 , d.23.5.1880
Ane Johanne Jensen, b.28.3.1880 , d.26.10.1961
Jenny Christine Jensen, b.29.5.1881 , d.19.4.1884
Jens Christian Jensen, b.9.11.1883 , d.11.4.1884
Johan Christian Jensen, b.16.8.1885 , d.14.1.1886
Jens Jensen, b.19.6.1887

In addition to my mother only her brothers Laurits and Jens lived pastchildhood, and then these three siblings lost their mother when theywere 21, 18 and 10. She was only 48 years old when she died. Grandpalived most of his life on East Laden, a farm he had moved to with hisparents when he was 15, and which he took over when he was 26, and thatbecame his home until he died in 1910 at the age of 73. 
Spliid, Laura Kathrine (I210)
 
309 Grandfather's brother Jens Eriksen 27.3.1837-17.2.1875 married ElsePedersen, who lived on Hvilshøj, ØBrønderslev and had four children:
1 Erik Eriksen, f?
2 Else Marie Eriksen, f.24.12.1863, d.7.8.1921, took over, with herhusband, Jørgen Peter Jørgensen (15.5.1863-13.4.1939) her father'schildhood home and was thus the last of the family lineage who lived onthe [the farm] Nejst. They had these children:
a Else Jorgensen, f.19.10.1886
b Jens Andreas Jørgensen, f.12.8.1890
c Erik Kristian Jørgensen, f.1892, died when a baby
on Kaj Marius Jørgensen, f.1894, died when a baby
e Kaj Kristian Jørgensen, f.31.7.1892
f Erik Jorgensen, f.3.7.1899
g Jørgensen, f.4.4.1903
h Poul Jørgensen, f.13.1.1905
3 Katrine Eriksen, f?
4 Peder Eriksen, f? 
Eriksen, Jens (I563)
 
310 Grandfather's brother Knud Christian Eriksen 12.10.1846-2.2.1898 marriedElisabeth Knudsen Toft (16.2.1850-1888) from Hals Nørreskov and became afarmer in Nørhalne, Biersted. They had 9 children:

1.Erik Larsen Eriksen ( 15.7.1874-19 ? ) , He was a manufacturer ofmachinery in Trondheim , but moved in 1921 to Søholt Silkeborg with hisNorwegian-born wife Henriette Berre ( f.26.1.1879 ) . They had sixchildren:

a Knut Berre Eriksen, f.5.9.1907
b Hans Theodor Eriksen, f.1.1.1909
c Jens Eriksen, f.30.8.1911
d Per Eriksen, f.17.10.1912
e Elisabeth Margrethe Eriksen, f.22.1.1914
f Else Jane Eriksen, f.22.6.1916

2.Maren Eriksen ( 12.4.1876-1908 ) married Niels Peter Hansen (1872-1939 ) and settled on a farm on Sjælland.

3.Knud Toft Eriksen ( 10.1.1878-19 ? ) Was dairy machine fitter in Osloand married Gunda Isdal, born in Trondheim 09.17.1893. They had fivechildren:

a Nejst Erik Eriksen, f.27.8.1916
b Toft Knut Eriksen, f.10.6.1918
c Bjørn Eriksen, f.15.9.1920
Berit on Kirstine Eriksen, f.1.12.1923
e Elisabeth Eriksen, f.25.9.1928

4.Jens Eriksen ( 8.2.1879-19 ? ) Joined Ford in Detroit and was Ford'srepresentative in Denmark. Married to Rita Dahl , with whom he had oneson :
a Richard Eriksen, f.3.3.1918

5.Thøger Peter Eriksen ( 28.8.1881-19 ? ) Married Rigmor Johanne Fæck(28.4.1885-19 ? ) And had for some years with Khristianshaab in Staebefore about 1910 emigrating to Detroit. They had four children, ofwhich the first two were born in Stae:

a Tove Eriksen, f.1906
b Inge Eriksen, f.1908
c Ib Eriksen f.1911
d John Ted Eriksen, f.1918

6.Katrine Eriksen ( 20.10.1882-19 ? ) Married Knud V.Nielsen ( 1875-19 ?) Sundbylille, Frederikssund, and had four children :

a Elisabeth Nielsen, f.3.3.1911
b Knud Nielsen , f.1.5.1912
c Else Nielsen, f.11.2.1914
d Svend Nielsen, f.2.4.1916

7.Anne Kristine Eriksen ( 24.1.1884-25.1.1955 ) was unmarried and haddrapery shop in Hals , and she must have been the housekeeper with hercousin Anna Lorentzen, who married Jorgensen, on Vesterheden.

8.Emilie Adolfe Eriksen died in infancy .

9.Else Margrethe Eriksen ( 13.3.1887-13.10.1955 ) married tenant atLindholm, Søndergaard, Bertel Krogh ( 6.3.1887-22.12.1983 ) . They hadfour children :

a Erik Krogh, f.16.8.1912
b Inger Krogh, f.19.12.1913 , married Køllgaard .
c Kirsten Krogh, f.9.5.1916
d Christen Krogh, f.26.9.1922 
Eriksen, Knud Christian (I571)
 
311 Grandmother had no other siblings than her brother, Thomas PeterLauridsen Spliid 7.3.1843-21.8.1915. He became the owner of Skovgaard,Skovshoved at Hals, and later moved to the Hals, where he spent a numberof years as Mayor. He was married in 1871 to Ane Johanne JensineKnudsdatter Toft 22.3.1847-5.8.1928 eldest sister to the aforementionedElisabeth Toft, wife of grandfather's brother Knud Christian Eriksen -Jens Justesen Toft, married to grandmother's niece Jensine Marie Jensen- and Inger Laurette Toft, married to grandmother's brother Jens BerthelOttosen.
They had eight children:
1 Maren Spliid, f.11.3.1872, d.16.7.1951.
2 Kirstine Spliid, f.18.5.1874, d.28.11.1942.
3 Knud Spliid, f.1877, d.30.3.1878
4 Laurits Bjørn Spliid, f.12.5.1879, d.17.10.1955.
5 Knudsine Spliid, f.4.10.1881, d?
6 Knud Spliid, f.23.7.1884, d.5.8.1960.
7 Peder Gandrup Spliid, f.1888, d.22.11.1948.
8 Andreas Marius Spliid, f.20.12.1890, d.25.1.1964.

Although Thomas with his wife and their children - who all have been mymother's cousins - lived near V.Hassing, I do not think that in mychildhood home we ever had contact with them. Several of the childrenemigrated to America, and my mother had perhaps not maintained theconnection with her uncle after his mother's untime death. I'm actuallyonly just made contact with Thomas and his family - in the same way as Ionly just got made contact with my grandfather's siblings and theirchildren. 
Spliid, Thomas Peter Lauridsen (I1326)
 
312 Grave stone: "Died Jan 12, 1726" Jackson, Lydia (I2124)
 
313 Great-Great Grandfather Laurs Erichsen 1774-1826 was, like his father andgrandfather, a tenant farmer on one of the two Nejst farms. It's likelythat he took over the farm around the time he married Else MargretheBerthelsdatter 1778-9.2.1833 daughter of Berthel Larsen and JohanneChristensensdatter, Ø.Gierndrup. The father came from Gandrup farm,V.Hassing. The bride was 18 and the groom 22 when the wedding was heldat the home on Nejst 25/10/1796 with the two fathers as grooms men.

The young wife had enough to do, as the second oldest of five siblingson a large farm with a numerous people, she has certainly broughthomemaking skills with her. When she moved into Nejst, she lived notonly with her father-in-law, but also Laurs ' siblings Jens at 18,Donald 12 and Margrethe at 7 years. And also there was the 2 year old:Claus Laursen, f.1793, d.1869

Laurs had fathered [Claus] with Karen Jensdatter who was from a farm inthe area, and who had died six months before Else and Laurs' wedding.Several sources state that Laurs and Karen had been married , but thatis doubtful since only Claus - but no husband - was the heir at Karen'sdeath, just as Claus was not among the beneficiaries children uponLaurs’ dead; he probably would have been if he had been a "true born" .But anyway, so he [Claus] grew up on Nejst along with the children whowere born to Laurs and Else. Later he was a small farmer in Ajstrup, wasmarried twice and had 9 children. Laurs and Else’s children were:

Bertel Larsen, b.29.4.1798, d.24.9.1872
Karen Larsdatter, b. 1800, d. 12.6.1876
Erik Larsen, born 12.13.1802, d.28.4.1856
Johanne Kristine Larsdatter, b.1805
Jørgen Larsen, b.23.2.1808, d.12.3.1836
Anne Marie Larsdatter , b.29.5.1810
Peder Larsen, b.6.6.1812
Jens Peder Larsen, b.9.5.1815
Lars Andreas Larsen, b.14.1.1818, d.1818
Lars Andreas Larsen, b.23.4.1819

Laurs' father lived to see the first three of these grandchildren beforehe died at age 80 years old, in 1803. In 1810 - shortly after the sixthchild's birth - Laurs became the owner of Nejst, after he bought thefarm for 3000 ringsdaler cash from the previous owner, Chamberlain HansSvanholm, Vraa Manor. He undertook the acquisition not to sell the farmagain from the main manor farm. As we have seen, there was prosperity tohave a home on Nejst, and the legacy from his father's death in 1803probably contributed to the fact that Laurs could pay cash. He died in1826 at the age of 52 years old. The 48 year old widow carried on thefarm and six years later she sold it to his son Erik. The last year ofher life was spent as a pensioner on Nejst, where she died at the age of54.
Note: Danish law changed so tenant farmers (fæste-gård) were allowed tobuy their farms starting in 1786 and by 1861 all tenant farmers hadbought their farms. 
Erichsen, Laurs (I129)
 
314 Greenwood, Hannah (Mrs),d. Dec 23, 1777, 85y, consort of ThomasGreenwood Esq., Plot 71 Ward, Hannah (I42)
 
315 had 6 grandchildren acc. to obit. Grimm, Maude Jeannette (I1631)
 
316 had cancer of the throat leading to his death. Vaughan, Harold Rudolph "Jack" (I7)
 
317 han var Foged paa Kjølskegaard

he was a baiiff on the farm Kjølskegaard 
Kjærulf, Jens Pedersen (I1296)
 
318 Hans Lorentz Spliid, 09.14.1735-1822 was alderman in Viborg and the townjudge in Nykøbing. He was married to the five years older

Ane Margrethe Bredahl, 1730 - 1813 from Helsingor. They both had a longlife: She died at 83 years and he at 87 years old, both lived with theironly child, son Laurits in Hammervicarage: [Note: they do not appear onthe 1801 census for Hammer vicarage] 
Spliid, Hans Lorentz (I161)
 
319 Hans Lorentz Spliid, 14.9.1735- 1822 blev rådmand i Viborg og byfoged iNykøbing Mors. Han var gift med den fem år ældre

Ane Margrethe Bredahl, 1730 – 1813 fra Helsingør. De fik begge et langtliv: Hun døde 83 år og han 87 år gammel, begge hos deres eneste barn,Sønnen Laurits i Hammer præstegard:
[Note: de ikke vises på 1801 folketællingen for Hammer præstegård] 
Spliid, Hans Lorentz (I161)
 
320 Harry had planted potatoes at his farm at Acme an in the fall he was offwork as his arm was in a sling from an injury at the mine so he decidedto dig some potatoes and take them to Carbon. On 7 Oct 1928 he had awagon loaded with sacks of potatoes and sheaves of grain and as he gotto Carbon the horses lunged forward shifting the potatoes and throwinghim under the wheels and he was taken to the hospital in Drumhellerwhere he died the next day. Fuller, Charles Woodman (I9)
 
321 Harry had received a homestead option on a quarter section of land nearAcme, through a Government program for WWI veterans. In the beginning heused this land to grow vegetables for the family, however he and hiswife lived close to the mine where he worked. They decided to build ahouse on Harry's homestead and spent a great deal of time and money withthis plan and even to the extent of living on this new farm. The familyhelped build a barn and it was nearly complete in the fall of 1928 whenHarry died. Unfortunately Harry had not completed the Homesteadrequirements and did not have the deed to the land so the governmenttook the 1/4 farm back along with the improvements. Fuller, Charles Woodman (I9)
 
322 Have not located this record Déchanet, Sébastien Constantin (I20)
 
323 He applied for an increase to his pension || and this was rejected on 5May 1896. One gets the feeling that they had very little money near theend of his life. As a final note on the pension file, it contained agreat number of affidavits and testimonials to support a widow's pensionfrom the army. It is recorded that Zilpha received her last $8 for themonth of April 1901 as she died 1 June, 1901. Fuller, Rev. Pulaski "Woodman" (I28)
 
324 He built a trading post on Graham's Island in Devils Lake, North Dakotaand the whole island is a State Park named after him. The historicaldocuments are contradictory as to the exact time he lived on the islandand built his trading post. Most history references indicate that helived in this area after 1815, however some say that it was muchearlier. His granddaughter says that he was an independent trader andnot associated with any company at the time, which would mean it wasabout 1809/11 because later fur traders required a license and weregoverned by trading companies. However a grandson said that his mother(who was born in 1805) was 12 at the time they left the island whichwould mean that he left the island in 1817. It is possible that he wason the island about 1810 and then again after 1815. One history bookwritten in 1884 said that remnants of his old post were still visible onthe island. The Indians called him 'Big Foot' and the island 'Big Foot'sIsland'. Graham, Captain Duncan (I127)
 
325 He did not appear on the 1870 census Fuller, Frank R. (I4593)
 
326 He died intestat - without a Will. Final Probate Record Date Fuller, Jeremiah (I2054)
 
327 He does not show up in the Lavenham Parish Records in Suffolk County,England nor any of the dozens of Parish records that we have check inEngland.
HOWEVER we leave him connected to James Fuller through James' son 'John'as the most probable Fuller line. 
Fuller, John Sr (I23)
 
328 He gave to the West Parish one and a half acres of land, for a buryingplace, in 1781. Also £60 to the church and congregation there, in 1785. Fuller, Colonel Nathan (I2056)
 
329 He is also listed as being the treasurer of the South Boston branch ofthe American Tract Society in their 27 May 1929 publication. Thisorganization was founded in New York in 1825 for the publication ofreligious material, and still exists today. Fuller, Lieutenant Sumner (I57)
 
330 He is listed in a Charleston City Directory as living in North StPhillips Street showing the profession of Chandler. There is also aBenjamin Fuller listed at the same address; perhaps a relative. A searchof the archives in Charleston has not found his death record. A notefrom the city archives indicated that North Phillips Street was notincluded in the Charleston County in 1839 and therefore not included inthe Historical Records of that county. Fuller, Lieutenant Sumner (I57)
 
331 He is listed on the First Settlers Monument, East Burying Ground, Newton,MA. Trowbridge, Deacon James (I44)
 
332 He lived and farmed in this community for the rest of his life. Fuller, Oliver "Ollie" Woodman (I247)
 
333 he lived in Wabasha where he worked and raised his family and during thattime owned a great deal of land in the area. However he placed all hisland in a Land Association and was far too honest to enjoy the profitsof this association and ended with nothing. In his later years his eyesfailed and died poor and nearly blind. He was always very active in theCatholic Church and Father Trobec on introducing Oliver, said 'this isone of the best Catholics in my perish'. Crête, Etienne Olivier "Oliver" (Cratte) Sr. (I63)
 
334 He was admitted to the 2nd Division of Depot Field Hospital near PotomacCreek, Virginia on 20 April 1863 with a gunshot wound to his hand whichwas the result of an accident.|| because the term of his enlistment hadexpired. A note on these papers says that he would be accepted by thearmy if he were to reenlist. It also states that he was 22 years old and5 foot 7.25 inches high with black hair. He started receiving a monthlypension of $4 (which lasted until his death), because of the wound tohis right hand. Déchanet, Pierre "Alfred" (I30)
 
335 He was born "Etienne Olivier Crête"

Most of his life was known as Oliver Cratte and his children used thename Cratte. 
Crête, Etienne Olivier "Oliver" (Cratte) Sr. (I63)
 
336 He was Lord of l'Isle en Rigault, papers filed at the Office of thePresident. Guyot, Alexander (I6103)
 
337 He was well educated as demonstrated by his letters written whileemployed by the Hudson's Bay Company in Canada. It has also beenreported that his parents were members of the Scottish nobility and thathis emigration was a protest against society of the day. Graham, Captain Duncan (I127)
 
338 Head of Lake Pepin Wells, Lucy Anne (I974)
 
339 headstone Fields, Henry H. (I5914)
 
340 headstone - need picture
Lot 6, Block 31, Section H 
Vaughan, Walter Rudolph (I11)
 
341 Headstone, age 55 in 1819. Bacon, Elizabeth (I114)
 
342 headstone, age 65. Newton, Oren (I4579)
 
343 Heart Attack at home of daughter, Diane. Ward, Benjamin Franklin (I3)
 
344 Hennepin CO, from Doyle Stevens, Mary Elizabeth (I782)
 
345 Her baptism record shows 'Cecily' Cratte, Cecily "Lilia" (I1629)
 
346 Her baptism record shows 'Mary' Cratte, Marie "Mary" (I1628)
 
347 Her baptism record shows that she was married 21 Feb 1921 and thismarriage was nulled by the Winona Chancery on 17 Feb 1955. Buisson, Elsabeth "Vivian" (I5812)
 
348 Her Godfather was Claude Petit, son of Didier. Déchanet, Barbe (I6404)
 
349 Her marriage record indicates she was 18 in 1891. Wildes, Catherine (I1947)
 
350 Her parents were Geoprge Harry Arthur Evans and Nina Florence Koester Evans, Nina Audria Margaret (I273)
 
351 His 2nd marriage and her 1st Family F838
 
352 His death record indicated that he was a retired trapper and the 1905census says that he was a gardener, like most retired folks of the time. Déchanet, Pierre "Alfred" (I30)
 
353 His father was Sébastien Constantin and his mother was Marie JeanneTenaille. This family soon moved about 7 km, as Alfred's sister Asulite,was born in Bonnecourt in 1840. We know that Alfred grew up in this townbecause 'Bonnecourt' is shown as his place of birth on several documentsafter he arrived in America, including his army discharge certificateand his death certificate. Déchanet, Pierre "Alfred" (I30)
 
354 His mother died in 1805 when he was 4 years old and he and his sisterBrigitte were raised by one of his mother's brothers; whose last namewas Labbé. He was trained in Montreal as a blacksmith. Crête, Etienne Olivier "Oliver" (Cratte) Sr. (I63)
 
355 His name is on the First Settlers Monument, East Parish Burying Ground,Newton, MA. Also he has a stone (head stone missing) Plot 337 Fuller, John Sr (I23)
 
356 His school record at the Phillips Academy in Andover indicates that hewas admitted on 9 Dec 1817 and left in August 1818. His subjects wouldhave been Latin, Bible or Religion, Philosophy, possibly German orFrench, English and one or more of the classics. Boys on scholarshipmight have had the opportunity to learn candle making, carpentry,housekeeping or farming. Fuller, Lieutenant Sumner (I57)
 
357 His work later took him to the upper Red River near Traverse Lake wherehe operated a trading post for the HBC which at some point, as aCanadian company, was barred from doing business in the USA. Graham, Captain Duncan (I127)
 
358 histsoc@nd.gov Repository (R10)
 
359 Holtegaard line:
Great-grandfather Otto Larsen, 1812 – 1890, took over Holtegaard in 1840when he was 28 years old. At the same time, he married the 17 -year-olddaughter Mette Christendatter 1823-1905, daughter of farmer ChristenChristensen and Inger Andersdatter from Str. Søraa.

Like his father Otto expanded the farm by the purchase of additionalland. Furthermore in 1855, he took over V. Nejsig from his brother,Jens, but sold the farm two years later. Great-grandfather Otto liveduntil he was 77; great-grandmother Mette until she was 82. They had 12children, of whom grandmother was number two:

Karen Ottosdatter, 1842-1916
Inger Marie Ottosdatter, 22.2.1843-13.8.1915
Lars Ottosen, 1844-1912
Christian Ottosen, 1846-1918
Else Margrethe Ottosdatter, 1848-1910
Carl Jens Arenstorff Ottosen, 1850-1934
Johanne Marie Ottosdatter, 1852-1934
Jens Ottosen, b.1854, died when a baby
Berthel Ottosen, b.1856, died when a baby
Bertel Line Ottosdatter, 1859-1914
Jens Berthel Ottosen, 1860-1945
Guido Dusine Ottosdatter, 1862-1941

While we - the family in the mill farm basically knew nothinggrandfather's siblings and their descendants, we were not only aware ofmy grandmother's siblings, but also had a close relationship withseveral of their children and grandchildren. 
Larsen, Otto (I143)
 
360 Holtegaardlinien:
Oldefar Otto Larsen, 1812 – 1890 overtog Holtegaard i 1840, da han var28 år. Samtidig blev han gift med den 17 årige Mette Christensdatter1823 – 1905, datter af gårdmand Chris en Christensen og IngerAndersdatter, Sdr. Søraa.

Ligesom faderen udvidede Otto ved køb af yderligere jorder. Endvidereovertog han i 1855 V. Nejsig fra sin bror Jens, men solgte gården igento år senere. Oldefar Otto levede, til han blev 77, oldemor Mette tilhun blev 82. De fik ikke mindre end 12 børn, hvoraf farmor var nummerto:
Karen Ottosdatter, 1842-1916
Inger Marie Ottosdatter, 22.2.1843-13.8.1915
Lars Ottosen, 1844-1912
Christen Ottosen, 1846-1918
Else Margrethe Ottosdatter, 1848-1910
Carl Jens Arenstorff Ottosen, 1850-1934
Johanne Marie Ottosdatter, 1852-1934
Jens Ottosen, f.1854, død som lille
Berthel Ottosen, f.1856, død som lille
Bertelline Ottosdatter, 1859-1914
Jens Berthel Ottosen, 1860-1945
Guido Dusine Ottosdatter, 1862-1941
Mens vi - familien i Møllen - stort set intet kendte til farfarssøskende og deres efterkommere, har vi ikke alene haft kendskab tilfarmors søskende, men også et nært for­ hold til flere af deres børn ogbørnebørn.

I det følgende kapitel skal vi se nærmere på farmors søskende og deresefterkommere. 
Larsen, Otto (I143)
 
361 however there is no stone and she is not listed on the groundskeeperslist but her husband is listed and has a stone in the Faribault familyplot. Faribault, Julie "Julia" Antoinette (I790)
 
362 however there is no stone and she is not listed on the groundskeeperslist but her husband is listed and has a stone in the Faribault familyplot. See Dalby Data Base website. Faribault, Catherine Elizabeth (I788)
 
363 http://archives.haute-marne.fr/pages/index.html

http://archives.haute-marne.fr/subset.html?name=etat-civil 
Repository (R1)
 
364 http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/b/u/c/Richard-Bucknam/index.html Repository (R39)
 
365 http://peel.library.ualberta.ca/index.html Repository (R35)
 
366 http://www.bcarchives.bc.ca/bcarchives/default.aspx Repository (R41)
 
367 http://www.divinemercycatholics.org/
Contact: Carri Bastyr 507-334-2266 ext 10
cbastyr@divinemercycatholics.org

 
Repository (R18)
 
368 http://www.health.state.mn.us/index.html

http://www.health.state.mn.us/macros/topics/certificates.html 
Repository (R17)
 
369 http://www.perche-quebec.com/files/perche/individus/robert_drouin.htm#(2010). Drouin, Robert (I6725)
 
370 http://www.perche-quebec.com/files/perche/individus/robert_drouin.htm#Sept. 2010. Cloutier, Anne (I6735)
 
371 http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mefrankl/cem.htm Source (S181)
 
372 http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mefrankl/norcrosshillcem.htm

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mefrankl/cem.htm
 
Repository (R30)
 
373 http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mefrankl/norcrosshillcem.htm
 
Source (S147)
 
374 Hun blev den sidste af slægten, der kom til at bo på Nejst.

She was the last or the family to live on the farm 'Nejst' as it wassold between 1905-1910. 
Eriksen, Else Marie (I566)
 
375 Hun var fæster paa Nejst. [He was a tenant farmer on the farm - Nejst] Ibsen, Svend (I176)
 
376 Hun var fæster på Nejst. [He was a tenant farmer on the farm - Nejst] Jensen, Peder (I141)
 
377 I 1. kapitel så vi, at farfar Lars Peter Eriksen blev født på Nejst8.5.1840 og voksede op sammen med en ældreog to yngre søskende. I 3.kapitel så vi, at farmor Inger Marie Ottosdatter blev født pa Holtegaard22.2.1843 og voksede op sarnmen med elleve søskende, hvis livsforløb erbeskrevet i
4. kapitel.

Der var frodighed omkring farmor, og efter billeder at dømme var hunogså frodig at se til. Ikke alene kom hun af en stor børneflok og fikselve mange børn, men hun nåede også i sit 72 årige liv at opleve 21 afde ialt 26 børne-børn, som kom efter hende og farfar.

Farfar og farmor blev gift 1. december 1865, da han var 25 og hun 22 år.Han var landmand ligesom sin far og blev ejer af Hougaards Mølle iVester Hassing. I årene 1866-84 fik de ti børn:

Ane Katrine Eriksen, f.1866, død som barn
Mette Sofie Eriksen, f.1868
Erik Georg Eriksen, f.1870
Else Marie Eriksen, f.1871, d.1939
Ane Katrine Eriksen, f.1873, d.1947
Ottilia Jensine Eriksen, f.1875
Otto Larsen Eriksen, f.1876, d.1906
Jens Eriksen, f.27.5.1878, d.14.4.1960
Thøger Peter Eriksen, f.1881, død som barn
Thøger Thomsen Eriksen, f.1884, død som barn.

Vi vender tilbage til min far, når vi også har set på min mors slægt. Såher skal Vi først møde hans søskende. 
Ottosdatter, Inger Marie (I240)
 
378 I 1. kapitel så vi, at farfar Lars Peter Eriksen blev født på Nejst8.5.1840 og voksede op sammen med en ældreog to yngre søskende. I 3.kapitel så vi, at farmor Inger Marie Ottosdatter blev født pa Holtegaard22.2.1843 og voksede op sarnmen med elleve søskende, hvis livsforløb erbeskrevet i
4. kapitel.

Der var frodighed omkring farmor, og efter billeder at dømme var hunogså frodig at se til. Ikke alene kom hun af en stor børneflok og fikselve mange børn, men hun nåede også i sit 72 årige liv at opleve 21 afde ialt 26 børne-børn, som kom efter hende og farfar.

Farfar og farmor blev gift 1. december 1865, da han var 25 og hun 22 år.Han var landmand ligesom sin far og blev ejer af Hougaards Mølle iVester Hassing. I årene 1866-84 fik de ti børn:

Ane Katrine Eriksen, f.1866, død som barn
Mette Sofie Eriksen, f.1868
Erik Georg Eriksen, f.1870
Else Marie Eriksen, f.1871, d.1939
Ane Katrine Eriksen, f.1873, d.1947
Ottilia Jensine Eriksen, f.1875
Otto Larsen Eriksen, f.1876, d.1906
Jens Eriksen, f.27.5.1878, d.14.4.1960
Thøger Peter Eriksen, f.1881, død som barn
Thøger Thomsen Eriksen, f.1884, død som barn.

Vi vender tilbage til min far, når vi også har set på min mors slægt. Såher skal Vi først møde hans søskende. 
Eriksen, Lars Peter (I239)
 
379 In 1834 he retired to the Wabasha, MN where his three youngest daughterslived and for a number of years was engaged in carrying the mail betweenPrairie du Chien and points as far north as the Red River of the North. Graham, Captain Duncan (I127)
 
380 in 1836 he was named "Armourer" [sic] for the Agency at St Peters(Mendota) at a salary of $360 and later $600 per year because of hisability to repair guns as well as his normal blacksmith duties.||At thattime there were seven Indian villages under his supervision: Wabasha,Red Wing, Little Crow, Old Black Dog, Old Pinishon, Sikz, Purcelin Lakeand Calvon Lake. For the next many years he went from village to villagerepairing rifles, knives and making traps and other tools for theIndians. Crête, Etienne Olivier "Oliver" (Cratte) Sr. (I63)
 
381 In 1923 Jesse was murdered and although there was an inquest and acoroner's investigation that included 16 witnesses, the jury found thatthe wounds were caused by an unknown person. There has even been a bookwritten about this murder, however is has gone into the books as anunsolved homicide. Fuller, Charles Woodman (I9)
 
382 In an affidavit in connection with his army pension application dated 5May 1890, he states “As a regular ordained minister of the Gospel, Ihave served in the following churches [he then lists the ones above andgoes on]. In October 1872 I was appointed by the “Baptist Home MissionSociety of New York - A Missionary and stationed at Long Prairie, ToddCo., MN.” The Baptist Historical Society states that in1872 PW wasinitially sent to Long Prairie and paid $100 for 26 weeks work as amissionary pastor. He was instrumental in establishing the first Baptistchurch in Long Prairie MN, and served as its first pastor from 1872 aswell as many other churches in the area, including Sauk Centre,Kandiyohi, Maple Hill, Otto, and Lake Amelia, were he preached theopening sermon at the annual association meeting on the text Romans8:16. Fuller, Rev. Pulaski "Woodman" (I28)
 
383 In chapter 1, we saw that grandfather Lars Peter Eriksen was born onNejst 05/08/1840 and grew up along with one elderly and two youngersiblings. In chapter 3 we saw that grandmother Inger Marie Ottosdatterwas born on Holtegaard 02/22/1843 and grew up with eleven siblings,whose life cycle is described in chapter 4.

Grandma was an energetic person and from pictures we can see that shewas a friendly buxom person. Not only was she from a large family wherethere were many children, but she also reached the age of 72 years andsaw 21 of the her 26 grandchildren who were direct descendants of herand Grandpa.

Grandfather and grandmother got married 1 December 1865 when he was 25and she 22 years. He was a farmer like his father and became the ownerof the farm ‘Hougaards Mill’ in Vester Hassing. In the years 1866-84they had ten children:

Ane Katrine Eriksen, f.1866 , died as a child
Mette Sofie Eriksen, f.1868
Erik Georg Eriksen, f.1870
Else Marie Eriksen, f.1871 , d.1939
Ane Katrine Eriksen, f.1873 , d.1947
Ottilia Jensine Eriksen, f.1875
Otto Larsen Eriksen f.1876 , d.1906
Jens Eriksen, f.27.5.1878 , d.14.4.1960
Thøger Peter Eriksen, f.1881 , died as a child
Thøger Thomsen Eriksen, f.1884 , died as a child.

We will return to my father, when we looked at my mother's family. Sohere we must first meet his siblings. 
Ottosdatter, Inger Marie (I240)
 
384 In chapter 1, we saw that grandfather Lars Peter Eriksen was born onNejst 05/08/1840 and grew up along with one elderly and two youngersiblings. In chapter 3 we saw that grandmother Inger Marie Ottosdatterwas born on Holtegaard 02/22/1843 and grew up with eleven siblings,whose life cycle is described in chapter 4.

Grandma was an energetic person and from pictures we can see that shewas a friendly buxom person. Not only was she from a large family wherethere were many children, but she also reached the age of 72 years andsaw 21 of the her 26 grandchildren who were direct descendants of herand Grandpa.

Grandfather and grandmother got married 1 December 1865 when he was 25and she 22 years. He was a farmer like his father and became the ownerof the farm ‘Hougaards Mill’ in Vester Hassing. In the years 1866-84they had ten children:

Ane Katrine Eriksen, f.1866 , died as a child
Mette Sofie Eriksen, f.1868
Erik Georg Eriksen, f.1870
Else Marie Eriksen, f.1871 , d.1939
Ane Katrine Eriksen, f.1873 , d.1947
Ottilia Jensine Eriksen, f.1875
Otto Larsen Eriksen f.1876 , d.1906
Jens Eriksen, f.27.5.1878 , d.14.4.1960
Thøger Peter Eriksen, f.1881 , died as a child
Thøger Thomsen Eriksen, f.1884 , died as a child.

We will return to my father, when we looked at my mother's family. Sohere we must first meet his siblings. 
Eriksen, Lars Peter (I239)
 
385 in email of 18 Nov, 2010 from Phil Baschierra, the surname has thisspelling. Cuisenier, Marie Anne (I6221)
 
386 In the 1850 census - this family may have been counted twice - 1. Wabashawhere his name was Andrew . 2. Dakota - on the St James river where hisname was George.... therefore we used Anrdew George. Graham, Andrew George (I770)
 
387 in the Highlands, (according to the source) Graham, Captain Duncan (I127)
 
388 in the Second Church of Newton Fuller, Lieutenant Sumner (I57)
 
389 In the spring of 1819 Sumner Fuller along with his brother Joel and fourother young people taught Sunday school to thirty children in the firstSabbath School at the Second Church of Newton. Fuller, Lieutenant Sumner (I57)
 
390 In the spring of 1884, Rev. P.W. Fuller was installed pastor [Kasson,Dodge Co., MN] and the church gives evidence of life and vigor. A Sundayschool had been maintained, and serves as an active factor in the upbuilding and maintenance of church interests. In 1886 he was at MoneyCreek Church - “a difficult field; distances between stations are longand roads rough - progress is slow. A new Sunday School and preachingstation have been established in a need neighbourhood.” This church hadfour outstations and a membership of 56 when he arrived and an averageattendance of 119 when he left (this is a missionary field). PW, in 52weeks preached 110 sermons, conducted 87 prayer meetings and made 538visits. In Oct 1886 he resigned and moved to St. Paul. Fuller, Rev. Pulaski "Woodman" (I28)
 
391 is shown as a widow Greenleaf, Mary H. (I58)
 
392 Isabella brought four children to this marriage and with an addition ofeight children with Alfred; the house must have been full. The censusrecords show that this family stayed in Wabasha, Minnesota until thedeath of the parents. The 1880 census shows a total of 10 children inthe household. Of the 8 children fathered by Alfred, only 2 girlssurvived to have families of their own, thus the "Déchanet" name fromthis line in America ended with Alfred. Déchanet, Pierre "Alfred" (I30)
 
393 it is possible that this is the Anne who married Francois Marot, and isour ancestor. Regnier, Anne (I6624)
 
394 jaitken@co.wabash.mn.us Repository (R13)
 
395 Jeangon DESCHANET was godfather to Gengon BROICHOT, son of GengonBROICHOT & Catherine BOISSELIER. Déchanet, Gengon (I6410)
 
396 Jens Andersen, 1737 – 1803 var ligesom faderen fæster i Lyngdrup - indtilvidere. Da han var 35, giftede han sig med den 20-årige Ane LarsdatterKrog 1752 – 1827.
Tip-tip-oldemor Ane var datter af Lars Berthelsen Krog og ElseMargrethe Berthelsdatter Kjærulf, Gandrupgaard i V.Hassing, og hunvar faster til tip-oldemor Else Margrethe Berthelsdatter på Nejst. Jensog Ane fik tre børn:
Jens Jensen, f. 6.1.1774, død ung
Lars Jensen, f. 3.2.1776, d.6.6.1843
Else Margrethe Jensen, f. 24.12.1784, død ung.

Også i denne familie - ligesom på Nejst - var økonomien solid. Da Jensi 1795 var 58 år, blev han selvejer af Holtegaard i Dronninglund sogn.Holtegaard hørte under Dronninglund hovedgård, og dens skiftendefæstebønder gjorde hoveri på hovedgården, som siden 1776 ejedes afbrigader Halling. Der går en historie om, at Halling, da Jens Andersenhenvendte sig til ham for at købe Holtegaard, tvivlede på, at den"tarveligt udseende fæstebonde fra Lyngdrup" kunne betale ret meget, ogsatte prisen derefter. Først bagefter fik Halling at vide, at JensAndersen var en af de mest velhavende fæstebønder, og Halling skal haveærgret sig over at have solgt for billigt.

Jens nåede at v re ejer af Holtegaard i otte år til sin død i 1803, 66år gl. Enken Ane Larsdatter var da kun 51 år, men kunne ikke selv drivegården videre, da hun "ikke var bevaret i hovedet". Hun kom på aftægthos sønnen på Holtegaard, til hun døde 24 år senere. 
Andersen, Jens (I147)
 
397 Jens Andersen, 1737 – 1803, like his father, was a tenant farmer inLyngdrup. When he was 35, he married the 20-year old Ane LarsdatterKrog, 1752 – 1827. Great-great-grandmother Anne was the daughter of LarsBerthelsen Krog and Else Margrethe Berthelsdatter Kjærulf, from Gandrupfarm in V.Hassing and she was also an aunt to my great-great-grandmotherElse Margrethe Berthelsdatter on Nejst. Jens and Anne had three children:
Jens Jensen, born 01/06/1774, died young
Lars Jensen, born 03.02.1776 , d.6.6.1843
Else Margrethe Jensen, born 24/12/1784 , died young.

Also in this family - like at Nejst - the economy was solid at the time.When Jens was 58 years old in 1795, he became the owner of Holtegaard inDronninglund parish. Holtegaard belonged to the Dronninglund Manor andthe tenant farmers who did tenant farmer (serfdom) work for the Manorfarm were at that time allowed to buy their farm. In 1776 Holtegaard aspart of the Manor, was owned by brigadier Halling. There is a story thatHalling when Jens Andersen approached him to buy Holtegaard, doubtedthat the "tacky looking tenant farmer from Lyngdrup" could pay verymuch, and set the price accordingly. Only afterwards was Halling toldthat Jens Andersen was one of the most affluent of his tenants, andHalling is said to have been annoyed at having sold the farm toocheaply.

Jens remained the owner of Holtegaard for eight years until his death in1803 at the age of 66 years old. The widow Anne Larsdatter was then only51 years old, but could not run the farm by herself as she "was notquite right in the head." She became a pensioner on her son’s farm,Holtegaard until she died 24 years later. 
Andersen, Jens (I147)
 
398 Jens Christensen 16? - 1680 was a merchant in Randers like his father. Hewas married to Karen Christensdatter and had three children: Kirsten,who was married to the grocer in Randers, Niels Nielsen Bay,
Cecilie, who was married to the grocer in Randers, Peder Lassen Hinger,
Christen Pedersen Spliid, b.11.7.1665, d.20.12.1732 
Christensen, Jens (I167)
 
399 Jens Christensen 16?? – 1680 var købmand i Randers ligesom faderen. Hanvar gift med Karen Christensdatter og havde tre børn:
Kirsten, som blev gift med købmand i Randers Niels Nielsen Bay,
Cecilie, som blev gift med købmand i Randers Peder Lassen Hinger,
Christen Pedersen Spliid, f.11.7.1665, d.20.12.1732 
Christensen, Jens (I167)
 
400 Jens Christensen ca.1725 - 1803 He was a farmer on Holtet in E. Hassingat the time of his marriage to Kirsten Otto Daughter ca.1721 - 1807 theyhad four sons:
Christen Jensen, b.1757
Jens Jensen, b.1759
Anders Jensen, b.1763, d.6.10.1829
Lars Jensen, b.1766

The farm Holtet, was first taken over by the eldest son, Christian, who,however, in 1805 transferred the farm to the next youngest 
Christensen, Jens (I155)
 

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