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US Secret Service-agent "Clint Hill" kjendt fra mordet på "John F. Kennedy" i 1963, norske aner?

21. juli 2019 - 19:08
Men denne "Christ" er det nok med norsk far og mor födt i "Illinois" : https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MLPM-F8L

Audun Aksnes, hvor er han født?

21. juli 2019 - 19:05
Prøv brukerforumet. Kanskje du får hjelp til å finne Karl Andersen Aksnes.

Helge Reinertsen Holsen, Førde/Fjaler

21. juli 2019 - 19:04
Og Førdeboka har familien her: https://www.nb.no/items/e6d9d0e7c0fb6dbd1ecfc16ff6177b76?page=607&searchText=603

to-faktor-autentisering

21. juli 2019 - 19:03

Taksering av eiendom 1858

21. juli 2019 - 19:00
Jeg trenger hjelp til tyding av manglende ord: Slagter Andreas Borgersen: En 1 etages [......]bygning En [......]bygning bestaaende af Slagterbod, Fjøs, Stald, [......] og [......] Mvh Marit

Hvorfor kalte de Daniel Kemp (1901-1970) for onkel?

21. juli 2019 - 18:55
Takk Hanne. Da er begge ektefellene funnet.

Hvorfor kalte de Daniel Kemp (1901-1970) for onkel?

21. juli 2019 - 18:52
Finner ikke vielsen i Vår Frelser:

Helge Reinertsen Holsen, Førde/Fjaler

21. juli 2019 - 18:51
På den aktuelle tiden var det fogderegnskapene som inneholder leidangslister som viser hvem som skatter fra de forskjellige gårdene. I eldre tider var det Lens og Amt regnskaper som innholder leidangslister tilsvarende som fogderegnskapene.

Hvorfor kalte de Daniel Kemp (1901-1970) for onkel?

21. juli 2019 - 18:49
Takk Ann-Mary men det hjalp meg ikke stort. Jeg har også søkt etter Tora og Marie i NB. https://www.nb.no/search?q="Marie kemp"&mediatype=aviser Men du svarte samtidig. 😎 Da er Tora i boks.

Hvorfor kalte de Daniel Kemp (1901-1970) for onkel?

21. juli 2019 - 18:48
Tora Kemp. Nr 8 https://media.digitalarkivet.no/view/1521/233

Peter Larsen Hansen f 1823 Rødøy prestegjeld

21. juli 2019 - 18:48
Kan det være sønnen til Lars Olsen, Marken i Meløy (skifte i 1830)? I skiftet etter Ole Larsen Marken i Meløy i 1844 står det at han har en bror Petter Larsen som er 26 år gammel og i Lofoten. Dåpen på sønnen Petter: SAT, Ministerialprotokoller, klokkerbøker og fødselsregistre - Nordland, 841/L0591: Ministerialbok nr. 841A03 /2, 1777-1819, s. 341-342 Brukslenke for sidevisning: https://www.digitalarkivet.no/kb20071025630299

Helge Reinertsen Holsen, Førde/Fjaler

21. juli 2019 - 18:44
Eg såg litt på den i går. Det var ein Peder på Holsen desse åra, men han stod med berre førenamn. Antageleg er han identisk med Peder Helgeson Holsen. Tilsvarande meiner eg at det var ein Jon på Njøsen. Eg såg også på matrikkelen frå 1723, men det var ikkje nemnt nokon Helge på Holsen. Kva kjelder brukar bygdebøkene når dei seier at den og den var brukar dei og dei åra?

Innflyttet 7 mai 1842.Nr 2,Petter Larsen.

21. juli 2019 - 16:17
Kan noen hjelpe med å tyde alt som står ved innflytting på Petter Larsen? Nr 2 https://media.digitalarkivet.no/view/2639/253

Peter Larsen Hansen f 1823 Rødøy prestegjeld

21. juli 2019 - 15:57
Har du sjekket ut denne Petter Larsen som innflyttet 7 mai 1842? 22 år. Rødøe er nevnt. Nr 2 https://media.digitalarkivet.no/view/2639/253

Origins of the family Munthe

21. juli 2019 - 15:47
Great-Great-Great-Great-Grandparents' Generation (92), (93): Mayor and wife in Mechelen, Belgium - parents of (46) Josse Vrancx According to Belgian genealogist Dumont (writing in the 1770s), Josse Vrancx's father (92) Gilles Vrancx was mayor of Mechelen (no year given) and was married to (93) Isabelle vander Brugghe, who was his widow in 1468.[1] [1] Dumont, Fragmens généalogiques (Geneve: 1776-1777), IV: 49

Origins of the family Munthe

21. juli 2019 - 15:47
Great-Great-Great-Grandparents' Generation (38), (39): Property owner and wife in Aachen, Germany - parents of (19) Lisbeth Wolff Lisbeth Wolff's father (38) Clais Wolff in a property register prepared around 1460 was listed as owning two houses in Aachen.[1] The death register of benefactors of the Congregation of Windesheim in Aachen states that Nicholai Woyven died 1465; the annual mass for his soul was said on 19 April, which thus was probably the date of his death. The same register named his wife as (39) Lutgardis; nothing else is known of her.[2] (46), (47): City councillor & wife in Mechelen, Belgium - parents of (23) Marguerite Vrancx According to Belgian genealogist Dumont (writing in the 1770s), Marguerite Vrancx's father (46) Josse Vrancx was the youngest son of Mechelen mayor (92) Gilles Vrancx and his wife (93) Isabelle vander Brugghe, was made a city councillor of Mechelen in 1478, and was married first to (47) Isabelle de Bevere, who died in 1468, and then to Isabelle vander Heyden. I have not followed up to determine what primary sources this might be based on.[3] Various internet genealogies assert that Isabelle de Bevere (or Elisabeth van Beveren, in the Flemish version of her name) was the daughter of Rotger van Beveren and his wife Stintje Beckering, but I have found no support for this.[4] [1] Michael Schmitt, Die städtebauliche Entwicklung Aachens im Mittelalter unter Berücksichtigung der gestaltbildenden Faktoren (Ph.D. diss., Aachen, 1972), pp. 283, 299 [2] J. Greving, "Geschichte des Klosters der Windesheimer Chorherren zu Aachen," Zeitschrift des Aachener Geschichtsvereins, 13 (1891): 1-122, on p. 77 [3] Dumont, Fragmens généalogiques (Geneve: 1776-1777), IV: 49, 51 [4] In fact, the only reference I have found to a Rotger van Beveren and his wife Stine Beckening is a deed showing they were from Rheine in Germany (about 250 km from Mechelen) and had a daughter who was still alive in 1574, which is incompatible with them having been parents of a daughter who died as an adult in 1468: Vereinigte Westfälische Adelsarchive, Archiv Tatenhausen, Urkunde 526

Origins of the family Munthe

21. juli 2019 - 15:46
Great-Great-Grandparents' Generation (16): City Councillor of Aachen, Germany - father of (8) Johannes Munten Johannes Munten's father (16) Daem Munten (Daem appears to be a local variant of Adam) was named in a 1437 list of city councillors of Aachen forced to make a loan to the city.[1] Daem Monten was listed in a property register from around 1460 as owning several houses "along the creek" on the Wirichbongardstraße in Aachen.[2] In 1558 Daem's grandson Lambert Munten still owned one quarter of "the house in Wirichbongard, called old Adam Munten's house."[3] Daem's origin is unknown. Aachen genealogist Hermann Macco speculated in 1905 that he was of an old patrician family from Cologne, apparently on the basis that an Odilie Munten is documented in Cologne in the 1460s.[4] However, it appears to me just as likely that the Muntens were an old Aachen family - in the 1300s, Johannes Munt, Heribertus de Monte, Arnoldus de Monte, Martin Munt, and Reinhard Munt (with son Lambret Munt) are all documented as judges in Aachen, although their relationship to each other is unclear.[5] (18), (19): Resident and wife of Aachen, Germany - parents of (9) Maria Bestoltz Maria Bestoltz's father (18) Thys Bestoltz (the first name is a local short form of Matthias) first appeared in the record about 1460 when Thiis Bestoultz and his wife Liisbeth invested in an annuity with the city of Aachen.[6] On 23 April 1462 Thys Bestoltz bought the Haus zum Papagei (a patrician house in Aachen).[7] His father Peter Bestoltz (of whom I have not been able to find other information) provided financial assistance for this purchase and was finally repaid in 1469.[8] On 4 February 1472 Theis Bestoltz, by this time one of the two chief administrators of the clothmakers' guild in Aachen, and his wife Lysgen (another form of Elisabeth) bought a mill just outside the city of Aachen.[9] In 1473 he was appointed as one of the city's two "rent-masters" (in essence in charge of the city's treasury).[10] On 31 March 1473 This Bestolz and his wife (19) Lisbeth Wolff entered into an agreement with her brothers and brothers-in-law to divide up the property of their father (38) Clais Wolff, with This and Lisbeth receiving a house on the Pontstraße in Aachen.[11] In 1475 Mathys Bestoltz served a one-year term as one of Aachen's two mayors.[12] On 24 February 1476 Matthijs Bestoltz, mayor of Aachen, and his wife Lyessgen sold the house on the Pontstraße in exchange for an annuity.[13] The death register of benefactors of the Congregation of Windesheim in Aachen states that Mathias Bestoltz, city councillor and then mayor of Aachen, died 23 June 1483.[14] Lisbeth was still living on 27 August 1488 when her son Peter Bestoltz on her behalf bought a property adjoining the Haus zum Papagei.[15] (22), (23): Resident and wife of Mechelen, Belgium - parents of (11) Katlijne Schats Katlijne Schats's father (22) Cornelis Schats, son of Joannes Schats, merchant of Bergen (i.e. Mons, capital of the Belgian province Hainaut), was made a burgher of Mechelen 27 January 1476.[16] According to a French-language guide to Belgian tombstones published in 1845, Corneille Schatz, who died in 1535, and his wife (23) Marguerite Vrancx were buried at Sint Janskerk (St. John's Church) in Mechelen, with their coats-of-arms on their tombstone.[17] According to a French-language genealogy first published in 1777, Marguerite Vrancx, wife of Corneille Schatz, was the daughter of (46) Josse Vrancx and his first wife (47) Isabelle de Bevere. [18] A Flemish-language account of religious strife in Brabant published in 1762 also stated (using the Flemish equivalents of French names) that Cornelis Schats's wife Margareta Vrancx was the daughter of Joos Vrancx and Elisabeth van Beveren.[19] I have not followed up to determine what primary sources might support this genealogy. [1] Thomas R. Kraus (ed.), Die Aachener Stadtrechnungen des 15. Jahrhunderts (Düsseldorf: 2004), p. 96 [2] Michael Schmitt, Die städtebauliche Entwicklung Aachens im Mittelalter unter Berücksichtigung der gestaltbildenden Faktoren (Ph.D. diss., Aachen, 1972), p. 225 [3] J. L. Meulleners (ed.), "Testament van den kanonik Lambertus Munten te Aken (1558)," De Maasgouw, 9 (1887): 105-110, on p. 106 [4] Hermann Friedrich Macco, Geschichte und Genealogie der Familie Pastor (Aachen: 1905), p. 80 [5] Luise Freiin von Coels von der Brügghen, "Die Schöffen des Königlichen Stuhls von Aachen von der frühesten Zeit bis zur endgültigen Aufhebung der reichsstädtischen Verfassung 1798," Zeitschrift des Aachener Geschichtsvereins, 50 (1928): 1-596, on pp. 60, 74, 100, 118-119 [6] Thomas R. Kraus (ed.), Die Aachener Stadtrechnungen des 15. Jahrhunderts (Düsseldorf: 2004), p. 386 [7] Stadtarchiv Aachen, Schöffenbriefe 1462 April 23 nr. 4 [8] Stadtarchiv Aachen, Schöffenbriefe 1469 April 19 [9] Hermann Friedrich Macco, Aachener Wappen und Genealogien (Aachen: 1907-1908), I: 34 [10] Thomas R. Kraus (ed.), Die Aachener Stadtrechnungen des 15. Jahrhunderts (Düsseldorf: 2004), p. 464 [11] Hermann Friedrich Macco, Aachener Wappen und Genealogien (Aachen: 1907-1908), II: 242 [12] Luise Freiin von Coels von der Brügghen, "Die Aachener Bürgermeister von 1251 bis 1798," Zeitschrift des Aachener Geschichtsvereins, 55 (1933/34): 41-77, on pp. 55-56 [13] Deed dated 24 Feb 1476, printed in G. D. Franquinet, Beredeneerde Inventaris der Oorkonden en Bescheiden van de Abdij Kloosterrade (Maastricht: 1869), nr. 54 [14] J. Greving, "Geschichte des Klosters der Windesheimer Chorherren zu Aachen," Zeitschrift des Aachener Geschichtsvereins, 13 (1891): 1-122, on p. 99 [15] Luise Freiin von Coels von der Brügghen, "Das Haus zum Papagei," Zeitschrift des Aachener Geschichtsvereins, 57 (1936): 54-62, on pp. 56-57 [16] Marcel Kocken (ed.), De gekochte poorters van Mechelen (1400-1795) (Handzame: 1975), p. 184 [17] Léon de Herckenrode, Collection de Tombes, Épitaphes et Blasons, Recueilles dans les Églises et Couvents de la Hesbaye (Gand: 1845), p. 433 [18] Dumont, Fragmens généalogiques (Geneve: 1776-1777), IV: 51 [19] Die Waerachtige Gheschiedenisse, welcke Damiano à Goës toegecomen is . . . (Loven: 1760), unpaginated

Origins of the family Munthe

21. juli 2019 - 15:46
Great-Grandparents' Generation (8), (9): City councillor and wife in Aachen, Germany - parents of (4) Lodewijck Munten Lodewijck Munten's father (8) Johannes Munten "de Aquisgrani" (of Aachen) enrolled at the University of Erfurt in spring 1471.[1] His brothers Adam and Ludwig Munten had already been students at Erfurt in 1468 and 1470, respectively.[2] Their father very likely was city councillor (16) Daem Munten of Aachen; the strongest evidence for this is that Daem around 1460 owned several houses on Wirichbongardstraße in Aachen while Adam's son Lambert Munten in 1558 owned a share in "the house in Wirichbongard, called old Adam Munten's house."[3] According to local genealogist Hermann Macco, in 1484 Johannes issued a receipt for an annuity payment to his wife from the city of Cologne.[4] In 1495 Johannes Munten, "consul regie vrbis Aquisgrani" (that is, city councillor of the imperial city of Aachen), together with his wife (9) Maria Bestoltz commissioned a Book of Hours from Theodericus Clocker of Aachen; the illuminated manuscript is now in the Bodleian Library at Oxford.[5] According to Aachen genealogist Hermann Macco, on 22 March 1498 Johannes bought a house at Kleiner Dobach in Aachen; this house was sold again 1526 by his daughter Anna.[6] Sometime between 1502 and 1509 Johannes Munten and his wife Maria Bestoltz along with her other siblings sold their inherited shares in the Haus Papagei to their brother Peter Bestoltz; this house had been bought 1462 by (18) Thys Bestoltz, who thus almost certainly was Maria's father.[7] On 20 March 1509 Hans and his brother Adam Münth were granted a non-noble coat-of-arms by the Holy Roman Emperor; the exact description of this coat-of-arms has not been preserved, but it is likely to be a version of the coat-of-arms later granted to Johannes's great-grandson Cornelius Münth in 1626 (that is, a Saint Andrew's Cross in the upper half and three balls or coins in the lower half).[8] On 30 April 1509, Johann Munthe and his wife Marye Bestoultz bought a life annuity from the city of Cologne.[9] The death register of benefactors of the Congregation of Windesheim in Aachen states that Johannes Munten, "consul urbis Aquensis" (city councillor of Aachen), died 1 May 1509.[10] The nunnery at Wenau, just outside Aachen (also recipient of a bequest), likewise held an annual mass on 1 May for the souls of Ioannis Munten and his wife Marie.[11] (10), (11): Resident and wife of Mechelen, Belgium - parents of (5) Agatha Mertens Agatha Merten's father (10) Jan Mertens, son of Henricus Mertens, brewer of Retie (east of Antwerpen in Belgium), was made a burgher of Mechelen 19 October 1509.[12] He was dead by 23 March 1531, when his property was divided among his heirs.[13] He was survived by his wife (and mother of his children) (11) Katlijne Schats. She had died by 11 June 1553, when her property was divided among her heirs.[14] According to Belgian genealogist A. Goovaerts, she was the daughter of (22) Cornelis Schats and his wife (23) Marguerite Vrancx; I have not followed up to determine what primary sources this might be based on.[15] [1] J. C. Hermann Weissenborn (ed.), Acten der Erfurter Universitaet (Halle: 1881), I: 343 [2] J. C. Hermann Weissenborn (ed.), Acten der Erfurter Universitaet (Halle: 1881), I: 329, 340 [3] Michael Schmitt, Die städtebauliche Entwicklung Aachens im Mittelalter unter Berücksichtigung der gestaltbildenden Faktoren (Ph.D. diss., Aachen, 1972), p. 225; J. L. Meulleners (ed.), "Testament van den kanonik Lambertus Munten te Aken (1558)," De Maasgouw, 9 (1887): 105-110, on p. 106 [4] Hermann Friedrich Macco, Geschichte und Genealogie der Familie Pastor (Aachen: 1905), p. 80 [5] Falconer Madan, A Summary Catalogue of Western Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library (Oxford: 1905), V: 720 [6] Hermann Friedrich Macco, Geschichte und Genealogie der Familie Pastor (Aachen: 1905), p. 80 [7] Luise Freiin von Coels von der Brügghen, "Das Haus zum Papagei," Zeitschrift des Aachener Geschichtsvereins, 57 (1936): 54-62, on pp. 56-57 (this secondary source, based on original records in the Aachen city archives, unfortunately does not give the date of the sale; a date from 1502 to 1509 has been estimated based upon the dates the various siblings and spouses who were parties to the transaction were alive) [8] Österreichisches Staatsarchiv (Wien), Allgemeines Verwaltungsarchiv, Adelsarchiv, Reichsadelsakten 286.37 ("Münth, Cornel, Bestätigung und Besserung des seinen Voreltern dd. 20.03.1509 verliehenen Wappens") [9] Unpublished deed dated 30 April 1509, Historisches Archiv der Stadt Köln, Haupturkundenarchiv U2/15492 [10] J. Greving, "Geschichte des Klosters der Windesheimer Chorherren zu Aachen," Zeitschrift des Aachener Geschichtsvereins, 13 (1891): 1-122, on p. 98 [11] E. von Oidtmann (ed.), "Memorienbuch des Klosters Wenau," Zeitschrift des Aachener Geschichtsvereins, 4 (1882): 251-317, on p. 275 [12] Marcel Kocken (ed.), De gekochte poorters van Mechelen (1400-1795) (Handzame: 1975), p. 261 [13] Stadsarchief Antwerpen, Schepenregister nr. 179 (1531), fol. 529v-533v [14] Stadsarchief Antwerpen, Certificatieboek nr. 8 (1553), fol. 15r [15] John V. L. Pruyn (based on research conducted by A. Goovaerts), "The Pruyn Family of the Netherlands," Maandblad, De Nederlandsche Leeuw 18 (1900): cols. 145-158, on col. 153

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