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Posted: 11 Jun 2003 8:29PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 2 Dec 2005 9:23PM GMT
Surnames: Jensen, Nielsen, Hansen, Pedersen, Andersen, Christensen, Larsen, Sørensen, Rasmussen, Jørgensen, Petersen, Madsen, Kristensen, Olsen, Thomsen, Christiansen, Poulsen, Johansen, Knudsen, Mortensen, Henriksen, Jansen, Eriksen, Jespersen, Mikkelsen
Kilde means spring

or in genealogy the source of information.

ROS could mean horse which was a holy animal in Viking times.

The ancient prechristian centre of power was LEJRE close by

pictures include the Iron age research centre

lejre means camp in modern Danish

A midsummer party

possibly on a viking grave with the stones outlining a ship

Sct Hans
St John's mass

the longest day

leads to Danish babies born in MARCH


Hugh W

and the most common names -sen all mean son of :-

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Hugh_Watkins 12 Jun 2003 2:29AM GMT 
Hugh_Watkins 12 Jun 2003 2:48AM GMT 
Anne 23 Apr 2006 4:45AM GMT 
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