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Acknowledgment

The following selection is taken from "Norwegian-American Studies, Volume
25 which was published by Norwegian-American Historical Association
(NAHA) in 1972. This volume is still available from NAHA
() for $15
plus $3 shipping and handling. This chapter is published with the kind
permission of NAHA. The book this selection is drawn from is under
copyright and permission has been granted for educational purposes and is
not to be used in any way for any commercial venture.

EMILIE

The Emilie made several voyages to America, bringing Norwegians to
their new country. In 1842, with Thomas Anchersen as captain, it arrived
in New York on August 17, 55 days out of Drammen. In addition to 116
passengers, it carried 300 tons of iron for Schmidt and Balchen. The
captain recorded having passed several icebergs. {102}
Halvor Haralsen, 23, and Mathias Haralsen, 18. Not identified.
Johannes Christiansen Vlufsen, 40, from Hjartdal, with wife, Man
Johnsdatter Balaas, 29, and children, Christian, 17, and Ingeborg, 8.
They settled in Muskego Township, Waukesha County, Wisconsin. {103}
Anne Christensdatter, 22, not identified.
Ole Aanundsen Haatvedt, 20, from Kviteseid, who settled in Clinton
Township, Rock County, Wisconsin. He married Ragnild Andersdatter
Nordjordet. {104}
Martinus Stalsberg, 33, from Kongsberg, not located. Stalsberg is a farm
name in the Norwegian community of Modum. {105}
Aslak Olsen lsness (1819-1897) ,from Vinje, who settled in Cottage Grove
Township, Dane County, Wisconsin. He moved in 1870 to Otter Tail County,
Minnesota. He took the name Alexander Norman and married Anna Olsdatter.
He served as county treasurer in 1875. One source states that he traveled
with his fiancee via Quebec. {106}
Halvor Aslaksen Kostvedt, 25, from Vinje, with his wife, Sigrid
Osmundsdatter Midse, 22. They settled in Cottage [248] Grove Township,
Dane County, where Sigrid died in 1852. Halvor moved to Waseca County,
Minnesota, and later to Chippewa County, Minnesota, where he died. {107}
John Tarjesen Kostvedt, 23, from Vinje, not located. {108}
Christopher Helliksen Frlie, 48, from Flesberg, with wife, Gundbjrg
Helliksdatter Solheim, 40, and children, Hellik, 21, Christopher, 10, and
Jran, 6. In 1850 the three children were living in Adams Township, La
Salle County, Illinois, where Hellik died in 1854. {109}
Berith Olsdatter Huslende, 24, from Flesberg. Not located. {110}
Engebret Pedersen Haugen (1801-1875) , from Sigdal, with wife, Ingerid
Gudbrandsdatter Teige (1802-1896), with their son, Peder (1833-1917) .
They settled first in the Rock Prairie settlement and later moved to
Winneshiek County, Iowa. {111}
Ole Gunbjrnsen Men, 19, from Sigdal. Not located. {112}
Erik Klemetsen Kopsengeie, 37, from Sigdal, with wife, Guri
Engebretsdatter Skaalia, 32, and child, Eli, 16, settled in Muskego
Township, Waukesha County, Wisconsin. {113}
Ole Knudsen en, 44, from Sigdal, with wife, Gunnild Engebretsdatter, 44,
and children, Margith, 16, and Kari, 7, settled in Palmyra Township,
Jefferson County, Wisconsin. {114}
Erik Johnsen Aaseneie, 24, from Sigdal, with wife, Ingeborg Palmesdatter
Skare, 25, and her mother, Kristine Andersdatter Skare, 50, settled in
Muskego Township, Waukesha County, Wisconsin. {115} [249]
Gunder Bjrnsen Kopsengeie, 33, from Sigdal, with wife, Kari
Engebretsdatter Skaalia, 32, and children, Bjrn, 12, Engebret
(1829-1911) , and Signe, 7. The family settled first at Muskego and moved
in 1850 to the Washington Prairie settlement, near Decorah, Iowa. {116}
Emil Dahm, 20, not identified. The name appears to be German.
Gunder Gundersen Washovd, 60, from Flesberg, with wife, Kirsti
Helliksdatter Kvasshovd, 54, settled in Christiana Township, Dane County,
Wisconsin. {117}
Juul Gislesen Hamre (1805-1884) ,from Flesberg, with wife, Anne
Gunnarsdatter (1812-1880), and child, Gisle, 2, settled in Christiana
Township, Dane County, Wisconsin. {118}
Torsten Ledvorsen Bergerud (1810-1857), with wife, Kirsti Gundersdatter
Kvasshovd (1815-1896), from Flesberg, settled at Koshkonong. {119}
Hellik Gundersen Washovd (1809-1890), from Flesberg, settled in
Christiana Township, Dane County, where in 1845 he married Marith
Levorsdatter Bergerud. {120}
Ole Anundsen Buind, 24, from Flesberg, settled in Christiana Township,
Dane County, Wisconsin, where he married Helene Hansdatter Brandt, who
had come the same year on the Ellida. {121}
Anne Gislesdatter Hamre (1797-1887) ,together with Gullik Gulliksen
Hamre, 28, and Kari Gulliksdatter Hamre, 9, all from Flesberg. Anne was
the second wife of Gullik Gislesen Hamre, who emigrated in 1846. Perhaps
Gullik and Kari are [250] her children by an earlier marriage. Anne
settled first at Koshkonong and moved later to Waushara County,
Wisconsin. {122}
Kistie Juelsdatter, 20, not identified.
Marie Gulbrandsdatter, 49, a widow from Flesberg. {123}
Kristi Kristoffersdatter (1826-1908) , from Flesberg, settled in
Christiana Township, Dane County, Wisconsin, where in 1845 she married
Halvor Larsen Kravick, who emigrated in 1843 from Sigdal. {124}
Christian Hendricksen, 26, with wife, Maren Olsdatter, 26, and an
8-month-old child, Karen Marie, settled first at Wiota, moving in 1846 to
Primrose Township, Dane County, Wisconsin. This family was from Lier.
{125}
Ole Olsen Rustad, 26, not identified.
Hermo Nilsen Tufte (1798-1883) , from Hol, with wife, Kari Tolleivsdatter
Hallsteinsgard (1801-1871), and children, Sigrid (1824-1904) , Birgit,
18, Nils, 8, and Jrand (1840-1928). The family settled in Raymond
Township, Racine County, Wisconsin. Sigrid was married in 1843 to Elling
Eielsen Sunve, the well-known religious leader among the followers of
Hans Nielsen Hauge. Birgit was married in 1854 to Anon Bjrnsen Dahle,
who emigrated in 1848 from Nissedal and later was a merchant at
Daleyville, Wisconsin. Nils married a daughter of Ole Sanderson, and
Jrand was married in 1859 to Thomas Monsen Adland. {126}
Asle Hlgesen Tufto, 48, from Hol, not located. {127}
Hlje Toresen Kirkjorden (1791-1872), from Rollag, with [251] wife,
Christi Olsdatter (1783-1876), and daughter, Kirsti, 21, settled in
Clinton Township, Rock County, Wisconsin. {128}
Knud Gundersen, 23, not identified.
Ole Torsen Kirkjorden, 16, from Rollag, not located. {129}
Ole Pedersen Engen, 27, from Flesberg, with wife, Tone Kittilsdatter, 25,
and daughter, Gunnild Maria, aged 1 year and 8 months. This family
settled in Clayton Township, Winnebago County, Wisconsin. {130}
Torkild Olsen Hvammen (1813-1898), from Rollag, with wife, Anne
Aslesdatter Kjnaas (1813-1897), and son, Ole, 1, settled in Beloit
Township, Rock County, Wisconsin. {131}
Steen Gundersen Aasberg, 28, and Sjul Gundersen Aasberg, 34, both from
Rollag, not located. {132}
Ole Olsen Gaarder, 26, from Rollag, with wife, Kari Larsdatter Kvisle,
23, settled in the Rock Run area of Illinois. {133}
Knud Halvorsen Glaimeiet, 32, from Rollag, with wife, Ragnild
Nielsdatter, 50. The parish records of Rollag indicate that this couple
had emigrated in 1839. If so, both of them came again in 1842 and settled
in the Rock Prairie community, where Ragnild died in 1847. {134}
Live Halgrimsdatter Glaim, 22, from Rollag, settled at Rock Run. {135}
Ole Svendsen Prsteneiet, 55, from Rollag, with wife, Ingeborg Olsdatter,
54, and children, Ole, 22, Svend, 20, and Jran, [252] 18, settled in the
Rock Run community in Stephenson County, Illinois. {136}
Halvor Olsen Brekkeeiet, 53, from Rollag, with wife, Mari Eriksdatter,
50, and children, Liv, 22, and Tollef, 14, not located. {137}
Marit Ledvorsdatter Bergerud (1813-1890) and Berith Ledvorsdatter
Bergerud, 24, both from Flesberg. They settled at Koshkonong, where in
1845 Marit married Hellik Gundersen Washovd and Berith married Eigil
Aslaksen Lien. {138}
Halvor Kittilsen Galager, 28, and Liv Kittilsdatter Galager (1824-1917),
both from Rollag. Halvor married Kari Christiansdatter. Liv settled at
Luther Valley, where she married Anund Knudsen Halland. They moved to
Beloit about 1888. {139}
Gunild Knudsdatter Bjrnsrud (1818-1884), from Rollag, settled in
Plymouth Township, Rock County, Wisconsin, where in 1852 she married Paul
Halvorsen Skavlem (1803-1866) , who had emigrated from Rollag in 1841.
{140}
Amandus Gundersen, 33, his wife, Maren Elisabeth, 30, and their children,
Lovise Bergethe, 10, Carl or Paul Hagbert, 8, Christine Johanne, 4, and
Sally Karen Berg, 4 months. Not identified.
Two men with the name of Niels Nielsen Rollaug, aged 25 and 19. Not
identified.
Ole Arnesen, 23, with wife, Jger Knistine, 21. Not identified. Knut
Gjermundsen Gullstein, 38, from Hol. Parish records at Hol indicate that
he had first emigrated, or intended to emigrate, in 1839. {141}
Niels Hansen Katterud (1798-1875), from Lier, with wife, [253] Live
Bentsdatten Brunberg (1795-1861) , with children, Christiane, 15, Larine,
8, and Marie, 5. The family settled first in Norway Township, Racine
County, Wisconsin, and moved later to Springfield Township, Winneshiek
County, Iowa. Marie married Ole A. Andersen, a Civil War veteran, and
Larine in 1856 married Erik Endresen Rude. {142}
Martin Knudsen, 33, not identified.
John Emil Johnsen, aged 1 month, born on the voyage but not identified.

RECTOR

The Hector, captained by Alfred G. Spencer, made New York on August 19,
having left Havre on July 14 carrying merchandise intended for E. D.
Hurlbut. Two Norwegian passengers were listed. {143}
Osmund Osmundsen Midse, 43, from Vinje, with his son, Osmund, 15. They
settled at Muskego, then moved in 1843 to Chnistiana Township, Dane
County, Wisconsin. According to the parish records at Vinje, Osmunds
wife, Sissel Aslaksdatter, 47, and two daughters, Inger, 7, and Margit,
5, also emigrated in 1842, but their names do not appear on the manifest.
{144}

TUSKINA

The Tuskina, Frederick W. Spencer, captain, arrived in New York
September 5, 38 days out of Havre. The ship carried 89 steerage
passengers, including 68 Norwegians, and some merchandise for E. D.
Hurlbut. {145}
Knud Hansen Svartdal, 51, from Seljord, with wife, Anne Evensdatter, 47,
and children, Even, 16, Halvor, 13, and Ole, [254] 6. This family settled
in Boone Township, Boone County, Illinois, where Knud died in 1849. {146}

Svennung Johnsen Tytegraf, 50, from Kviteseid, with wife, Turi
Johannesdatter Skare, 34, and children, Margit, 13, Johannes, 11, Gunild,
8, Maren, 6, Birgit, 4, and Jon, 6 months. Mr. Tytegraf had come to
Kviteseid from Seljord in 1825. The family came first to Muskego, where
Gunild, Birgit, and Jon died. Mr. Tytegraf apparently died in 1852. Two
years later the remaining members of the family moved to Trempealeau
Valley, Wisconsin. {147}
Kittil Hljesen Ytterbe, 22, from Kviteseid, not located. {148}
Aslak Kittilsen Moestl, 23, and Halvor Evensen Ofte, 20, both from
Laardal, not located. {149}
Ole Hiesen Aasheim, 28, from Seljord, with wife, Margit Sondresdatter,
21, and child, Johanne, 6 months, settled at Koshkonong. {150}
Torkel Kittilsen Lislerud, 60, from Tinn, with wife, Jran Simonsdatter
Snstegaard, 54, and son, Ole (1826-1905) . Settled first at Muskego and
later moved to Pleasant Springs Township, Dane County. Ole moved in 1864
to Burbank Township, Kandiyohi County, Minnesota; he married Gunhild
Olsdatter Reine in 1848. {151}
John Jonsen Bresns, 46, from Gransherred, with wife, Aasne Jonsdatter,
49, and children, Anne, 21, Thora, 18, John, 15, Helleck, 12, Asloug, 9,
and Halvor, 6. Not located. {152}
Ole Olsen Bergend, 39, from Gransherred, with wife, Aslou Rollefsdatter,
35, and children, Bergith, 14, Torgon, 10, Rollev, [255] 7, Margith, 3,
and Ole, 6 months. Settled in Boone Township, Boone County, Illinois.
{153}
Ole Gulliksen Barstad, 53, from Seljord, with wife, Ingeborg Jonsdatter,
43, and children, Wetle, 8, Even, 6, and Halvor, 2. Settled at
Koshkonong. {154}
Ole Hansen Hove, 39, from Gransherred, with wife, Gro Gjermundsdatter
Hove, 38, and children, Hlje, 7, and Gunnild, 1. Settled in Pleasant
Springs Township, Dane County, Wisconsin. {155}
Kittil Kittilsen Hove, 30, from Gransherred, not located. {156}
Saamund Aslaksen Aae, 56, from Laardal, not located. {157}
Ole Tarjussen Jordal, 20, from Fyresdal, settled in Boone Township, Boone
County, Illinois, where he married Kari Kjstolsdatter. {158}
Anders Gundersen Heisholt, 49, from Holla, with wife, Elisabeth, 39, and
children, Gunder (1828-1910) , Trine, 11, Karen, 9, Ann Marie, 4, and a
child, 1. By 1860 Gunder was a blacksmith in Whitewater, Wisconsin, where
he married Anne Hellen Halvorsdatter. {159}
Johannes Gundersen, 52, not identified.
Even Svennungsen Slettestl, 47, from Seljord, with wife, Margit
Guttormsdatter, 43, and children, Svennung, 19, Guttorm, 17, Gunild, 16,
Turi, 13, Kittle, 11, Asloug, 9, Tone, 7, Ole, 4, Even, 2. Svennung
settled at Rock Prairie, where he married Torbjr Pedersdatter. {160}
[256]

OTHER IMMIGRANTS

Evidence suggests that a number of immigrants, other than those
identified on the manifests, made their way to America in 1842. It is
possible that one or more passenger lists have been lost; most certainly
there are gaps in the files. It may also be that names have been
transcribed incorrectly, and hence have failed to be recognized. Some
immigrants may have indicated in their home parishes that they were
leaving for America and then changed their minds without informing the
local authorities.
At least one couple came by way of Quebec: Hans Halvorsen Smedsrud
(1804-1872), from Nordre Land, with wife, Man Olsdatter (1813-1890). They
settled first at Rock Prairie and moved in 1853 to St. Ansgar Township,
Mitchell County, Iowa. {161}
Vetle Gundersen Felland (1819-1899), from Mo in Telemark. The Mo parish
records clearly state that Felland emigrated in 1842; however, there is
no supporting evidence. On the other hand, several sources make clear
that he emigrated with his family in 1846 on the Washington and settled
in Pleasant Springs Township, Dane County, Wisconsin. {162}
Thirty-four others were listed in Norwegian records as planning to
emigrate in 1842, but no confirming evidence has been found.
In Gransherred: Ole Jonsen Sanden, 41, with wife, Kari Olsdatter, 42, and
children, Gro, 16, Jon, 10, and Ole, 8. {163}
In Rauland: Aslak Evensen Texberg, 23; sten Halvorsen Trovatten, 22; Ole
Aslaksen Brubakken, 35, wife, Rannei Olsdatter, 30, and children,
Birgitte, 9, and Ole, 7. {164}
In Rollag: Jran Tocker (?), 17; Gulbrand Hansen Mrkvolden, 72, and
wife, T Bjrnsdatter, 69; Niri Nirisen [257] Nsset, 44, and wife, Live
J_____datter, 44; Trris Nore, 29, and wife, Bertha Larsdatter; Kittil
Andersen Hoff, 34; Live E_____datter Land, 29;Chrispinusdatter Dokken,
15. {165}
In Mo: John Halvorsen Midbe, 23. {166}
In Nore: Lars Sebjrnsen verndalen, 20; Ole Hansen Kobbergaard, 22; Gro
Toresdatter Brodenes, 29. {167}
In Laardal: Ole Olsen Ormestl, 30. {168}
In ystre Slidre: Gudbrand Trondsen Hedalen, 29, and Niels Trondsen
Hedalen, 26. {169}
In Modum: Halvor Larsen Lysensten. {170}
In Sigdal: Ole Olsen Grnhovdeie, 31, wife, Randi Ellefsdatter, 30, and
daughter, Ingeborg, 2. {171}
In Hjartdal: Knud Olsen Aslaugberg, 16. {172}
In Flesberg: Knud Sjulsen Grslie, 22. {173}

<102> Blegen, Norwegian Migration to America, 18251860, 120, 121, 127;
New York Herald, August 18, 1842.
<103> Hjartdal, Norway, Parish Register; Wisconsin Census: 1850.
<104> Kviteseid, Norway, Parish Register; Wisconsin Census: 1850;
Parish Register of Jefferson Prairie Lutheran Church.
<105> Kongsberg, Norway, Parish Register; O. Rygh, Gaardnavne I Buskeruds
fylke, 222 (Kristiania, 1909).
<106> Vinje, Norway, Parish Register; Flom, Norwegian Immigration, 322;
Telesoga, no. 1, p. 10, and no. 3, p. 211 (March, 1910); Wisconsin
Census: 1850; Wisconsin Census: 1860; records of the Norwegian Pioneer
Association of the Town of Deerfield. deposited with the State Historical
Society of Wisconsin.
<107> Vinje, Norway, Parish Register; Flom, Norwegian Immigration,
252253; Telesoga, no. 20, p. 40 (July, 1914); Wisconsin Census: 1850.
<108> Vinje, Norway, Parish Register.
<109> Flesberg, Norway, Parish Register; Tov Flatin, Flesberg, 2:319
(Kristiania, 1923); Illinois Census: 1850; Parish Register of the
Norwegian Lutheran Church at Leland, Illinois.
<110> Flesberg, Norway, Parish Register.
<111> Sigdal, Norway, Parish Register; Flom, Norwegian Immigration, 372;
Mrch, Sigdal og Eggedal, 3:827, 1017; tombstone in Union Prairie
Lutheran cemetery, Decorah, Iowa.
<112> Sigdal, Norway, Parish Register; Mrch, Sigdal og Eggedal, 2:660.
<113> Sigdal, Norway, Parish Register; Mrch, Sigdal og Eggedal, 3:930;
Wisconsin Census: 1850.
<114> Sigdal, Norway, Parish Register; Wisconsin Census: 1850.
<115> Sigdal, Norway, Parish Register; Wisconsin Census: 1850; Mrch,
Sigdal og Eggedal, 3:969.
<116> Sigdal, Norway, Parish Register; Mrch, Sigdal og Eggedal, 3:923;
Sigdalslagets Aarbog, 1949, 183; Minnesota Census: 1860.
<117> Flesberg, Norway, Parish Register; Flatin, Flesberg, 2:354, 368,
370; Wisconsin Census: 1850.
<118> Flesberg, Norway, Parish Register; Flatin, Flesberg, 2:380; Flom,
Norwegian Immigration, 325; Wisconsin Census: 1850; Wisconsin Census:
1860; tombstone in East Koshkonong Lutheran cemetery.
<119> Flesberg, Norway, Parish Register; Flatin, Flesberg, 2: 226; Flom,
Norwegian Immigration, 186187; tombstone in East Koshkonong Lutheran
cemetery.
<120> Flesberg, Norway, Parish Register; Flatin, Flesberg. 2:354;
Wisconsin Census: 1850; Wisconsin Census: 1860; Dane County,
Wisconsin, Vital Statistics; tombstone in East Koshkonong Lutheran
cemetery.
<121> Flesberg, Norway, Parish Register; Flom. Norwegian Immigration.
321: Wisconsin Census: 1850.
<122> Flesberg, Norway, Parish Register; tombstone in the Holden Lutheran
Church cemetery, Mt. Morris, Wisconsin.
<123> Flesberg, Norway, Parish Register.
<124> Flesberg, Norway, Parish Register; Wisconsin Census: 1850; Flom,
Norwegian Immigration, 187, 261, 263; Cambridge (Wisconsin) News, March
5, 1909; Parish Register for Koshkonong Lutheran Church; tombstone in the
East Koshkonong Lutheran Church cemetery.
<125> Wisconsin Census: 1850; Wisconsin Census: 1860; Flom, Norwegian
Immigration, 202, 341.
<126> Hol, Norway, Parish Register; Flom, Norwegian Immigration, 278280;
Lars Reinton, Folk og fortid i Hol, 2:774 (Oslo, 1943); Wisconsin
Census: 1850; Wisconsin Census: 1860; tombstone in North Cape Lutheran
cemetery; Racine County, Wisconsin, Vital Records.
<127> Hol, Norway, Parish Register.
<128> Rollag, Norway, Parish Register; Wisconsin Census: 1850;
tombstone in East Jefferson Prairie Lutheran cemetery.
<129> Rollag, Norway, Parish Register.
<130> Flesberg, Norway, Parish Register; Wisconsin Census: 1850;
tombstone in Grace Lutheran cemetery, Winchester, Wisconsin; Grace
Lutheran Church of Winchester, Wisconsin, One Hundredth Anniversary, 8
(Neenah, Wisconsin, 1950).
<131> Rollag, Norway, Parish Register; Wisconsin Census: 1850;
tombstone in Luther Valley Lutheran cemetery; Herbjrn H. Strm, ldre og
yngre slegter fra Tunhovdbygden, 110 (Hillsboro, North Dakota, 1916);
Aarbog for Numedalslaget, 1: 36, 2: 12.
<132> Rollag, Norway, Parish Register.
<133> Rollag, Norway, Parish Register; Illinois Census: 1860; tombstone
in Rock Run Lutheran cemetery; Aarbog for Numedalslaget, 2: 19; The
History of Stephenson County, Illinois, 736 (Chicago, 1880)
<134> Rollag, Norway, Parish Register; Parish Register for Luther Valley
Lutheran Church.
<135> Rollag, Norway, Parish Register; Parish Register for Rock Run
Lutheran Church.
<136> Rollag, Norway, Parish Register; Parish Register for Rock Run
Lutheran Church; Illinois Census: 1860.
<137> Rollag, Norway, Parish Register.
<138> Flesberg, Norway, Parish Register; Wisconsin Census: 1850;
Wisconsin Census: 1860; Dane County, Wisconsin, Vital Records:
tombstone in East Koshkonong Lutheran cemetery; Parish Register for
Koshkonong Lutheran Church.
<139> Rollag, Norway, Parish Register; Aarbog for Numedalslaget, 4: 80;
Wisconsin Census: 1860.
<140> Rollag, Norway, Parish Register; Skavlem, The Skavlem and
degaarden Families, 85; Wisconsin Census: 1860.
<141> Hol, Norway, Parish Register.
<142> Leir, Norway, Parish Register; Rolf Fladby, Liers historie, 2:21
(Drammen, 1963); David T. Nelson, The Diary of Elisabeth Koran, 9699
(Northfield, Minnesota, 1955); G. J. Lomen, Genealogies of the
Lomen-Ringstad-Brandt and Joys Families, 129 (Northfield, Minnesota,
1929); tombstone in Washington Prairie Lutheran cemetery; Wisconsin
Census: 1850; Iowa Census: 1860.
<143> New York Herald, August 20, 1842.
<144> Vinje, Norway, Parish Register; Flom, Norwegian Immigration, 243,
252, 319; Wisconsin Census: 1850.
<145> New York Herald, September 6, 1842.
<146> Seljord, Norway, Parish Register; Illinois Census: 1850; Parish
Register for Long Prairie Lutheran Church.
<147> Kviteseid, Norway, Parish Register; Torjus Loupedalen, Kviteseid
bygdesoge, 1:515 (Krager, 1956); Telesoga, no. 10, p. 8 (December,
1911).
<148> Kviteseid, Norway, Parish Register.
<149. Laardal, Norway, Parish Register.
<150> Norway, Parish Register; Flom, Norwegian Immigration, 319.
<151> Tinn, Norway, Parish Register; Einung, Tinn soga, 2:57; Carl M.
Gunderson, A History of Crow River Lutheran Church, Belgrade, Minnesota,
56, 148 (np., 1961?); Svalestuen, Emigranter fra Tinn; Wisconsin
Census: 1850; Dane County, Wisconsin, Vital Records.
<152> Gransherred, Norway, Parish Register.
<153> Gransherred, Norway, Parish Register; Illinois Census: 1850.
<154> Seljord, Norway, Parish Register; Flom, Norwegian Immigration, 324;
Telesoga, no. 13, p. 31.
<155> Gransherred, Norway, Parish Register; Wisconsin Census: 1850.
<156> Gransherred, Norway, Parish Register.
<157> Laardal, Norway, Parish Register.
<158> Fyresdal, Norway, Parish Register; Illinois Census: 1850; Parish
Register of Long Prairie Lutheran Church.
<159> Holla, Norway, Parish Register; Wisconsin Census: 1860; tombstone
in Oak Grove cemetery, Whitewater, Wisconsin; Whitewater Register,
November 18, 1910.
<160> Seljord, Norway, Parish Register; Wisconsin Census: 18.50;
Wisconsin Census: 1860; Parish Register for Luther Valley Lutheran
Church.
<161> Nordre Land, Norway, Parish Register; Landings-bogen, 274 (Decorah,
Iowa, 1924); Emigrants from Land Parish, Norway, 18391850, by Arvid
Sandaker, a manuscript in the possession of the author.
<162> Flom, Norwegian Immigration, 323; History of Dane County, 3:283284
(Madison, 1906) ; tombstone in West Koshkonong Lutheran cemetery.
<163> Gransherred, Norway, Parish Register.
<164> Rauland, Norway, Parish Register.
<165> Rollag, Norway, Parish Register.
<166> Mo, Norway, Parish Register.
<167> Nore, Norway, Parish Register.
<168> Laardal, Norway, Parish Register.
<169> ystre Slidre, Norway, Parish Register.
<170> Modum, Norway, Parish Register.
<171> Sigdal, Norway, Parish Register.
<172> Hjartdal, Norway, Parish Register.
<173> Flesberg, Norway, Parish Register.


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