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Kenneth Stuart Paulsen Ahnentafel / Anetavle / Ancestor Table
Eighth Generation
128. Iver Christensen

Birthabt Feb 1735, Harring, Hassing herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark
Death4 Jun 1806, Villerslev, Hassing herred, Thisted amt, Denmark8
FatherChristen Christensen (abt 1700-Oct 1752)
MotherMaren Madsdatter (abt 1700-)
Iver Christen was baptized on Domine Sexagesima (the 2nd Sunday before Ash Wednesday) 1735. His godparents were Ellen Christensdatter of Harring, Jens [----], Anne Lauridsdatter, ???, and [Niels] Pedersen of Harring. (opslag 65)

The betrothal of Iver Christensen of Harring parish and Zidsel Jensdatter [of Villerslev parish] was announced at Villerslev parish church on 25 September 1760. Witnesses to the betrothal were Manden (men) Jens Andersen of Willerslev and Jens [Christensen] of Harring.

The family was known by the name of Kirkegaard because they were the family living at the church farm (Kirkegaard; modern Danish Kirkegård). A family usually took on the name of a farm or a local geographical feature so as to distinguish themselves from other people in the community with the same patronymic. In the case of Iver Christensen and his family, the name Kirkegaard was chosen because they resided at the farm closest to the church and where the minister would change into his religious robes to conduct church services. Ministers in rural areas travelled among several churches. The Kirkegaard was sometimes called the Anexgaard (modern Danish Annexgård).

Iver Christensen, his wife Sidsel Jensdatter and their children resided at Villerslev village and parish, Hassing district, Thisted County according to the 1787 Danish census. Iver Christensen was the head of household, a peasant farmer and farm resident. The census states that their children were born of another marriage (which for Poul Iversen and his siblings is inconsistent given the ages of the children relative to the parents’ marriage and the church registers).

The family of Iver Christensen resided at Villerslev village and parish, Hassing district, Thisted County according to the 1801 Danish census. Iver Christensen was a widower and peasant farmer. His children Jens Iversen, Ane (or Anne) Iversdatter and Maren Iversdatter resided with him.
SpouseZidsel Jensdatter (20 May 1729-23 Jul 1800)
Marriage30 Oct 1760, Villerslev, Hassing herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark8
129. Zidsel Jensdatter
Birth20 May 1729, Harring, Hassing herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark40
Death23 Jul 1800, Villerslev, Hassing herred, Thisted amt, Denmark8
FatherJens -sen
130. Oluf Jensen Boÿers
Birth1694, Nørum, Skallerup, Vennebjerg herred, Åstrup Sejlstrup og Børglum amt, Denmark
DeathFeb 1779, Nørum, Skallerup, Vennebjerg herred, Åstrup Sejlstrup og Børglum amt, Denmark
Burial7 Feb 1779, Nørum, Skallerup, Vennebjerg herred, Åstrup Sejlstrup og Børglum amt, Denmark41
FatherJens -sen
Ole Jensen Toft

On [20] May 1753, the betrothal of Oluf Jensen of Sinold and Anne Knudsdatter was announced at church in Harridslev. Witnesses to the wedding were Niels Jensen of [Sÿnold] and Christen [Nielsen] of [Hi----]. (opslag 7)

When Mette Olufsdatter and Knud Olufsen were baptized, the baptismal records state "soldat Oluf Jensen Bojers" which indicates that he was a soldier. The family resided at Sÿndelev (now Sønderlev).
SpouseAnne Knudsdatter (1721-14 Mar 1792)
Marriage28 Jul 1753, Harridslev, Vennenbjerg herred, Åstrup Sejlstrup og Børglum amt, Denmark42
131. Anne Knudsdatter
Birth1721, Denmark
Death14 Mar 1792, Skallerup, Vennebjerg herred, Åstrup Sejlstrup og Børglum amt, Denmark41
FatherKnud -sen
Anne Knuds Daatter resided at Syndelew village, Skallerup parish, Sjelstrup County according to the 1787 Danish census. She was a 66-year-old widow. Anne Knudsdatter was a 'woman of the house' (madmoder) and a house occupant (husbeboere).

She died at Sÿndelev (modern Sønderslev), Skallerup.
132. Niels Jensen Habeck
Birthabt Aug 1722, Bedsted, Hassing herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark
DeathMay 1791, Bedsted, Hassing herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark
Burial29 May 1791, Bedsted, Hassing herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark17
FatherJens Christensen Habek (abt 1681-16 Apr 1750)
MotherAnne Nielsdatter (abt 1690-)
birth: opslag 51

Dorethea Christensdatter held Niels Jensen at his baptismal on the 11th Sunday after Trinity (16 Aug) 1722. The godparents were Jens Christensen of Horsfeld, Mads Christensen of the same, Jens Gregersen of Fuglsang and Karen Gregersdatter of the same.

Wedding banns for Niels Jensen Habeck and Dorothea Salamonsdatter were announced at Bedsted parish church on 26 September 1765. Witnesses at the marriage were Jens Pedersen of ? and Niels Iversen of Horsfeldt village. (opslag 231)

The 1787 Danish census states that Niels Habek and his wife Dorthe Christensdatter resided at Bierregaard, Bedsted parish, Hassing district, Thisted County. He was a farmer (gaardbeboer). His widowed sister Mette Spangberg resided with them. They had two servants (Tjenestefolk): Mads Christensen and Maren Christensdatter).
SpouseDorthe Salamonsdatter (1716-4 May 1788)
Marriage29 Oct 1765, Bedsted, Hassing herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark
133. Dorthe Salamonsdatter
Birth1716, Hassing herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark
Death4 May 1788, Bedsted, Hassing herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark17
opslag160-170
134. Michel Jacobsen Smed
BirthApr 1740, Ydby, Refs herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark
Death2 Feb 1796, Ydby, Refs herred, Thisted amt, Denmark43
FatherJacob Michelsen Smed (4 Oct 1710-Aug 1775)
MotherApellone -datter (abt 1710-Jan 1771)
In 1787 the Danish census states that Mikkel Jacobsen, his wife Magrethe Andersdatter and their children resided at Ydby village and parish, Refs district, Thisted County. Mikkel Jacobsen was a farmer and blacksmith (husmand og smed).
SpouseMargrethe Andersdatter (1742-19 Feb 1824)
Marriageabt 1767, Refs herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark
135. Margrethe Andersdatter
Birth1742, Ydby, Refs herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark
Death19 Feb 1824, Bedsted, Hassing herred, Thisted amt, Denmark17
Burial29 Feb 1824, Bedsted, Hassing herred, Thisted amt, Denmark17
FatherAnders -sen (abt 1715-)
Possibly married Vestervig
136. Anders Christensen Smed / Boersen
Birthabt Oct 1723, Skinnerup, Hundborg herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark
DeathSep 1794, Skinnerup, Hundborg herred, Thisted amt, Denmark
Burial27 Sep 1794, Skinnerup, Hundborg herred, Thisted amt, Denmark44
FatherChristen Andersen Boersen (abt 1697-abt Feb 1747)
MotherMaren Christensdatter (abt 1684-Jun 1741)
Attending the baptismal of Anders Christensen Boersen were Michel Erichsen's wife who carried the child and godparents Christen Larsen's wife, Christen Nørgaard, Thomas Christensen and Ingeborg Christensdatter. (opslag 124)

Their marriage banns were announced on 13 February 1750 at Skinnerup parish church. At the marriage, the best men were Thomas Andersen and Anders Torp, both of Skinnerup.

The 1787 Danish census states that Anders Christen, three adult children and a step granddaughter resided Skinnerup parish, Thisted County. Anders Christensen was a peasant farmer and farm resident (Bonde og gaardbeboer). His children Christen Andersen, Maren Kirstine Andersdatter and Sidsel Marie Andersdatter resided in the household as did Kirsten Marie Thomasdatter, Anders Christensen's eldest son's step-daughter. The household included a servant / farm worker named Villum Jensen.
SpouseJohanne Andersdatter (abt Nov 1717-Oct 1776)
Marriage21 May 1750, Skinnerup, Hundborg herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark44
137. Johanne Andersdatter
Birthabt Nov 1717, Skinnerup, Hundborg herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark
DeathOct 1776, Skinnerup, Hundborg herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark
Burial15 Oct 1776, Skinnerup, Hundborg herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark44
FatherAnders Lauridsen (abt 1680-Nov 1753)
MotherKirsten Madsdatter (abt Mar 1683-Nov 1756)
birth opslag 115
138. Christen Andersen Kold
Birth1720, Lild, Vester Han herred, Åstrup Sejlstrup og Børglum amt, Denmark
DeathJun 1771, Vust, Vester Han herred, Åstrup Sejlstrup og Børglum amt, Denmark
Burial11 Jun 1771, Vust, Vester Han herred, Åstrup Sejlstrup og Børglum amt, Denmark45
FatherAnders Godiksen (-abt 1725)
MotherMaren Pedersdatter Kold (abt Mar 1681-Mar 1748)
Evidence suggests that Christen Andersen Vust was born at Lild parish.

Christen Andersen Vust (a.k.a. Kold) was a "Skeduhandler" or skipper at Throrupstrand (now Torup Strand) in 1752-1753. People became skippers to participate in the coastal trade and earn quite a bit of money transporting grain from Denmark to Norway and timber from Norway to Denmark. From 1755 to 1764 Christen Andersen Vust lived at Gundestrup in Skræm parish. In 1765 took residence at Gisholm farm in Vust and remained there until he died in 1771. After his death, his widow Ane Albertsdatter bought Gisholm which at that time was the second largest farm in Vust.
SpouseAne Albertsdatter (1732-abt Mar 1796)
Marriage2 Oct 1755, Skræm, Øster Han herred, Åstrup Sejlstrup og Børglum amt, Denmark46
139. Ane Albertsdatter
Birth1732, Lerup, Øster Han herred, Åstrup Sejlstrup og Børglum amt, Denmark
Deathabt Mar 1796, Klim, Vester Han herred, Thisted amt, Denmark
Burialabt Mar 1796, Klim, Vester Han herred, Thisted amt, Denmark
FatherAlbert Jørgensen (1694-Nov 1770)
MotherMaren Sørensdatter (1702-May 1779)
Among her godparents were Else Sørensdatter, ?? Jørgensen of Bejstrup?, and Peder Jørgensen.

The 1787 Danish census states that Knud Nielsen, Ane Albertsdatter, and her son Peder Christensen resided at Vuust village, Vust parish, Thisted County. Knus Nielsen was a peasant farmer and farm resident (Bonde og gaardbeboer). There were two, unmarried servants or labourers in the household: national soldier Jens Michelsen, age 26; and Peder Broust, age 13. Also there was foster child Maren Thomsdatter (who was the step-daughter of Maren Christensdatter, daughter of Ane Albertsdatter).

The death record for Ane Albertsdatter in the Klim parish records is very faint. The death recorded before Ane Albertsdatter was in February 1796 and the death after in May 1796.
140. Jacob -sen
BirthDenmark
141. Karen / Maren Nielsdatter
BirthDenmark
142. Anders Christensen Esdahl
Birthabt 1743, Denmark
DeathAug 1793, Hjardemål, Hillerslev herred, Thisted amt, Denmark
Burial14 Aug 1793, Hjardemål, Hillerslev herred, Thisted amt, Denmark47
The Lild parish register states that wedding banns for Anders Christensen of Esdahl in Hjardemaal Klitt and Karen Pouelsdatter of Kier [in Lild] were announced 5 November 1768. They married at Lild on 5 Dec 1768.

In 1787 according to the Danish census, Anders Christensen, his wife Karen Paulsdatter, and their six children including a daughter Helle (age 16) lived at Klitten bÿe, Hjardemaal parish, Hillerslev district, Ørum County. The daughter Helle is likely the person who eventually married Niels Jacobsen in the neighbouring parish of Tved.

Death register: 14 Aug (???) Anders Esdals Kour 50 Aar gl. i ? ? [Klitt]
SpouseKaren Poulsdatter (abt 1738-)
Marriage5 Dec 1768, Lild, Vester Han herred, Åstrup Sejlstrup og Børglum amt, Denmark48
143. Karen Poulsdatter
Birthabt 1738, Denmark
FatherPoul -sen
144. Jonas Jonsson Uddrik
Birth1742, Varv, Skaraborgs län, Sweden
DeathNorra Fågelås, Skaraborgs län, Sweden
FatherJohannes Svensson (1714-21 Oct 1781)
MotherCatharina Andersdotter Hvarfving (abt 1709-4 Feb 1788)
OccupationSoldier
Jonas Jonsson enlisted in the Swedish Army on 31 March 1767. He served in the Skaraborgs Regiment, Kåkind Company, Krumpekulla Division. Jonas Jonson was 175 cm (5 feet, 9 inches) tall. He was given the military surname Uddrik. He was initially discharged from the army on 22 June 1774 because he was "troubled by lung disease without any hope of getting well". Jonas Uddrik enlisted again on 26 January 1776 and discharged on 14 April 1789. He was discharged because he was at age 47 "old and unhealthy, with weak and redeyes". His charge stated that he served with a positive spirit. While in the army, he resided at a croft (farmstead) called Uddebo in Norra Fågelås. He had a full share to buildings called Uddebo and Landtbyn. According the Swedish Central Soldiers Register, the house no longer exists, but the barn and food cellar remained as late as December 2004. The croft was located directly south of the road to Lagahemmet between the entry to Hulan and Udde. (Centrala Soldatregistret: SK-00-0824-1767: Centrala Soldatregistret, Skövde, Sweden) In June 2006, a derelict barn and root cellar were still on the site.
SpouseMaria Svensdotter (9 Jan 1739-7 Aug 1788)
Marriage18 Oct 1761, Norra Fågelås, Skaraborgs län, Sweden10
145. Maria Svensdotter
Birth9 Jan 1739, Norra Fågelås, Skaraborgs län, Sweden10
Death7 Aug 1788, Norra Fågelås, Skaraborgs län, Sweden10
Burial11 Aug 1788
FatherSven Håkansson (5 Mar 1712-5 May 1753)
MotherMaria Nilsdotter (6 Aug 1711-)
146. Jan / Johan Andersson Tysk
Birth10 Aug 1715, Kyrkefalla (Tibro), Skaraborgs län, Sweden
Death21 Apr 1767
FatherAnders Goransson (abt 1692-2 Sep 1762)
MotherBrita Larsdotter (abt 1693-7 Jun 1759)
OccupationFarmer
May have also been known as Johan Andersson Nilsson

Questionable birth data.
SpouseLena Larsdotter (27 Sep 1730-13 May 1796)
Marriage16 Nov 1764, Värsås, Skaraborgs län, Sweden
147. Lena Larsdotter
Birth27 Sep 1730, Värsås, Skaraborgs län, Sweden
Death13 May 1796
148. Carl Simon
Birth21 May 1756, Gränna, Jönköpings län, Sweden20
Death21 Jan 1801, Gränna, Jönköpings län, Sweden20
Burial25 Jan 1801, Gränna, Jönköpings län, Sweden20
FatherJonas Wetterbrand (abt 1713-)
OccupationArtillerist
The Gränna parish records state that Karl Semon was the illegitimate son of Maja Stine Simonsdotter Comeli and an unknown (okänd) father.

Karl Semon and Brita Andersdotter were not married when their first child was born in 1784. At the time of their marriage in 1790, they both resided in Gränna Stad, Gränna.

He died of Lungsjuka (lung [disease]) at Gränna Stad.
SpouseBrita Andersdotter (22 Jul 1751-13 Apr 1818)
Marriage29 Dec 1790, Gränna, Jönköpings län, Sweden20
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