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Posted by: Marilyn Roth (ID *****9310) Date: October 30, 2002 at 06:25:24
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On the 1801 Census, Mosse, Smaalehnene, Norway, my ancestor was listed as Friderich Anderssen_falch, 45.

On the 1801 Census, Larvik Og Jarlsberg, Laurvig Pr., Laurvig Sokn, was listed: Christopher Andersen_falch, 29. {sic, one s in Andersen}

These places are fairly close together, Moss being in the Oslo Fjord, and Larvik across the Fjord and southwest about forty miles (straight line measurement). Is the name Anderssen_falch common, or could this mean Friderich & Christopher were closely related?

Also, can anybody translate the rest of the data on Christopher's family?

Christopher Andersen_falch, 29, gifte første gang
Johanne Singsdahlsdtr., 44, Hustrue, Gift anden gang
Thor Jørgensen, Deres søn, 15
Singdahl Jørgensen, Deres søn, 10
Anne Maria Christophersdtr., 63, Moder til huusbonden, Enke efter 1te egteskab, Har ophold hos sønnen.

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