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Forfatter Emne: Image 17,1767, 4th from bottom, Dolby, Christen has son Niels. Need translation  (Læst 78 gange)
Claude Anders Hanson [52616]
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« Dato: 08 Dec 2017 - 02:14 »

https://www.danishfamilysearch.com/sogn1959/churchbook/source131619/opslag14099032
This is the only son Niels that I can find..and his census records generally say he was born in 1770..and this record is in late 1767.  There are fewer than normal baptisms during this era...about one page equals one year.  Penmanship is pretty good, so if anybody wants to look over three or four pages for another Niels, feel free!!!  Thanks, Claude
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« Svar #1 Dato: 08 Dec 2017 - 02:21 »

 :)I'm looking for the parents of NIELS CHRISTENSEN who apparently lived his entire life in Dolby Parish because I find in the 1787, 1801, 1834, and 1840 census records.  He married Karen Jensdatter.  Both he and Karen give  their birth years as 1770 or 1771... I think we have located Karen Jensdatter and her birth was  1771 in Dolby.  Claude Shocked
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« Svar #2 Dato: 08 Dec 2017 - 10:41 »

On https://www.sa.dk/ao-soegesider/da/billedviser?bsid=161137#161137,27071965
I think the right one is here
1770
Dom. IIItia p.Trinit. Christen Nissum i W Dølbye. Et Barn til Daaben
       kaldet Niels. Testes Konens Søster fra Aadsted Sogn, Nafnlig
       Kirsten Thorsdatter, Jens Nielsen, Niels Præst, Ole Stephansen
       Smed og Laust Bliegaards ældste Datter, Nafnlig Mette. Alle af
       Wester Dølbye.
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Dom. IIItia p.Trinit.* Christen Nissum in W Dølbye. A child for baptism                *July 1
       named Niels. Testes The wife's sister from Aadsted parish, namely
       Kirsten Thorsdatter, Jens Nielsen, Niels Præst, Ole Stephansen
       Smed and Laust Bliegaards oldest daghter, namely Mette. All of
       Wester Dølbye.

Census 1787 Viborg, Hindborg, Dølby, Wester Dølbye, 15, https://www.sa.dk/ao-soegesider/da/billedviser?bsid=524#524,51134
Christen Nielsen              67     Gift     Husbonde     Bonde og gaardbeboer      
Maren Thoersdatter             58     Gift     Madmoder  (both in 1.marriage)          
Doreth Christensdatter     26     Ugift     Deres børn           
Ellen Christensdatter     25     Ugift     Deres børn           
Niels Christensen             15     Ugift     Deres børn           
Doreth Olesdatter             10     Ugift     Tjenestepige

Confirmation of Niels Christensen (Nissum) in 1789 at https://www.sa.dk/ao-soegesider/da/billedviser?bsid=161137#161137,27072125
Christen Nissums Søn i Vester-Dølbye navnlig - Niels

Census 1801 Viborg, Hindborg, Dølby, Vester Dølby, 20,
Niels Christensen Nissum    31     Gift     Husbonde     Bonde og gaardbeboer      
Karen Jensdatter                  30     Gift     Hans kone           
Maren Thorsdatter             71     Enke     Hans moder     Nyder ophold i gaarden      
Ellen Christensdatter     37     Ugift     Hans søster           
Christen Nielsen             11     Ugift     Hans søstersøn           
Christen Jacobsen             19     Ugift     Tjenestedreng 

mvh Ole              


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« Svar #3 Dato: 08 Dec 2017 - 14:27 »

Oh, My Goodness!!  You did it again!  Thank you, thank you, thank you.  Among my many faults is a failure to recognize that there tends to be much freedom in Denmark when it comes to naming your child (and also the name that follows until death).  My mind is so imprinted with the idea that the name recorded for you when you are born sticks with you in the U.S. until your death that it is  apparently difficult to wrap my mind around other customs of naming.  Of course, I know it IS possible to change your name here; however, it is a big difficult court ordered process...and we get Social Security numbers assigned when we are born...and that number never changes and is different from every other individual in  the country....and very, very few other individuals know your number.  Enough of my babbling. Cheesy  I always appreciate you efforts to keep my on track in the searches!  Claude+
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