Eighth Generation
Eighth Generation
Family of Johannes Semon (17) & Maria Stina Andersdotter Wettergren
20. Maja (Maria) Stina Johansdotter (Johannes Semon7, Carl Simon6, Maja Stina (Maria Kristina) Simonsdotter Comaelia5, Simon Petrus Comaelius4, Maria Larsdotter Simoni Neuver3, Lauentius Simoni2, Simon Sadelmakere Tysk1). Born on 26 Sep 1803 in Gränna, Jönköpings län, Sweden.2 Maja (Maria) Stina was baptized in Gränna, Jönköpings län, Sweden, on 29 Sep 1803.2 Maja (Maria) Stina died in Sweden.

The parish records state that Maja Stina Johannesdotter was born out of wedlock (utomäktenskaplig) in Gränna town to maiden Maria Andersdotter and probable father (trolig fader) Johannes Semon.

The household examination roll of Gränna for 1815-1820 states Maja Stina Johannesdotter was at Fågelås with relatives.

The Norra Fågelås household examination roll (Husförhörslängder) for 1811-1824 states that from 1815 to 1824, Anders Pantz lived at Krumpekullen Soldat Torp after moving their from his parent’s household at Sköttetorp. Upon marriage in 1821, his wife Maja Stina Johanessdotter joined him there. Their first child was born at the croft in 1822. Maja Stina Johannesdotter lived at Stora Almahagen Torp in the household of Jonas Andersson from 1820 to 1821. (Skaraborgs län, Norra Fågelås: Husförhörslängder 1811-1824, pp. 86, 164)

The Norra Fågelås household examination roll (Husförhörslängder) for 1824-1836 states that from 1824 to 1835, Anders Pantz and his family lived at Soldatetorpet near Nybygge and Krumpekullen. Their children were all born at this croft. The examination roll indicates that in 1835 the family moved to nearby Daretorp parish. (Skaraborgs län, Norra Fågelås: Husförhörslängder 1824-1836, p. 97)

The migration register of Norra Fågelås records that Corporal Anders Pantz, wife Maja Stine Johansdotter left the parish on 4 April 1835. They had lived at Krumpekullen torp and were moving to the parish of Daretorp. The register records that Andrs Pantz and the children were born in the parish and that Maja Stine Johansdotter was born in Gränna. (Skaraborgs län, Norra Fågelås: Inflyttning och Utflyttning, 1826-1852)

The migration register of people moving to and from Daretorp records that Corporal Anders Pantz from Fågelås arrived in Daretorp parish on 1 April 1835. His wife Maria Stina Johansdotter and their four children were with him. (Skaraborgs län, Daretorp: Inflyttning och Utflyttning, 1813-1816 and 1818-1845)

On 26 February 1836, the widow Mara Stina Jonsdotter with her four children left Daretorp. The family was moving to the parish of Norra Fågelås. (Skaraborgs län, Daretorp: Inflyttning och Utflyttning, 1813-1816 and 1818-1845)

The widowed Maja Stina Johansdotter and her four children reurned to Norra Fågelås from Daretorp on 26 February 1836. She had been born in the parish of Gränna. The children were born in Norra Fågelås according to the migration register. The family moved to Hallabo torp in the parish of Norra Fågelas. (Skaraborgs län, Norra Fågelås: Inflyttning och Utflyttning, 1826-1852)

On 9 Nov 1821 Maja (Maria) Stina married Anders Svensson Pansar, son of Sven Jonsson Sten & Annika Jansdotter, in Norra Fågelås, Skaraborgs län, Sweden.4 Born on 8 Aug 1796 in Stenbacken, Norra Fågelås, Skaraborgs län, Sweden.4 Anders was baptized in Norra Fågelås, Skaraborgs län, Sweden, on 9 Aug 1796.4 Anders died in Velinga, Skaraborgs län, Sweden, on 13 Jul 1835; he was 38.5 Buried on 26 Jul 1835 in Velinga, Skaraborgs län, Sweden.5 Occupation: soldier in the Skaraborg Regiment.

Andreas Svensson Pansar joined the Swedish Army on 1 August 1815. He served in the Skaraborgs Regiment, Kåkind Company, Krumpekulla Division. On 23 June 1830 he was promoted to the rank of corporal. He was discharged from the army on 8 December 1834. (Centrala Soldatregistret: SK-00-0815-1815: Central Soldatregistret, Skovde, Sweden) Pansar was the military name given to Andreas Svensson upon enlistment. In English, 'pansar' means armour.

In 1818 Anders Pansar was commanded to work on the construction of the Göta Canal. On 10 March 1858 Stina Pantzar applied to the regiment for assistance after a house fire according to documents in the Kåkinds local government archives. He and his family resided at the croft Krumpekella at Norra Fågelås. He had a full share to Krumpekulla and half shares to Ängatorp and Sjöbolet. In December 2004 a survey of the croft showed that the farm was overgrown by a 50-year-old spruce forest and parts of the property were wetlands. (Centrala Soldatregistret, Skövde, Sweden) In June 2006, a new house occupied the site which was part of a golf course.

The name Pansar appears as Pantz and Pantzar in some records.

He died from an accident (olyckshändelse). He was a soldier residing at the soldier's farm according to the parish records at Velinga.

They had the following children:
29i.
Anna Lisa (1822-1895)
30ii.
Fredrica (1826-)
31iii.
Maria Cajsa (1829-)
32iv.
Emanuel Andersson (1834-1906)
21. Cathrina Semon (Johannes7, Carl Simon6, Maja Stina (Maria Kristina) Simonsdotter Comaelia5, Simon Petrus Comaelius4, Maria Larsdotter Simoni Neuver3, Lauentius Simoni2, Simon Sadelmakere Tysk1). Born on 28 Jun 1805 in Gränna, Jönköpings län, Sweden.2 Cathrina was baptized in Gränna, Jönköpings län, Sweden, on 28 Jun 1805.2 Cathrina died in Gränna, Jönköpings län, Sweden, on 4 Sep 1805; she was <1.2 Buried on 8 Sep 1805 in Gränna, Jönköpings län, Sweden.2

She died of a heart condition (hjärtsprång).
22. Brita Semon (Johannes7, Carl Simon6, Maja Stina (Maria Kristina) Simonsdotter Comaelia5, Simon Petrus Comaelius4, Maria Larsdotter Simoni Neuver3, Lauentius Simoni2, Simon Sadelmakere Tysk1). Born on 28 Jun 1805 in Gränna, Jönköpings län, Sweden.2 Brita was baptized in Gränna, Jönköpings län, Sweden, on 28 Jun 1805.2 Brita died in Gränna, Jönköpings län, Sweden, on 17 Sep 1805; she was <1.2 Buried on 22 Sep 1805 in Gränna, Jönköpings län, Sweden.2

She died of a heart condition (hjärtsprång).
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