I have been doing my genealogy for about 18 years now and I rarely get stuck, but I am stuck now. Can anyone help me with a translation/interpretation?
Peder Nielsen (age 29-1/2) from Aaby sogn (Aarhus Amt) marries Johanne Andersdatter on 24 OCT 1830 in Gødvad sogn (Viborg Amt) -- Gødvad sogn 1814-1857 Opslag 151
In Aaby sogn, I find a Peder Nielsen born 30 SEP 1800 to Niels Pedersen and his wife (hustru) Ane Pedersdatter, so far so good -- Aaby sogn 1765-1813, last entry Opslag 33
I do not find a marriage in Aaby for the couple.
I go to the 1 FEB 1801 census of Aaby and find Niels Pedersen Kanne, "kone" Ane Pedersdatter and wife's half-sister Maren Nielsdatter on Opslag 144, but no sign of a child born 5 months earlier! I also find no death record for the child in Aaby!
Now, I go back to look at other births to the couple in Aaby, but the first birth I find is for a child born to Niels Kann and Maren Nielsdatter on 7 FEB 1802, on Opslag 34. The entry begins with a word that resembles "monogimus" (or something similar). FILE ATTACHED TO THIS POST.
I find more children born to Niels Pedersen Kann and Ane Pedersdater starting again later the same year in NOV 1802 and continuing through at least 1813.
The last child I find born in 1813 is also then named "Peder". I have not really seen two "living" children from the same parents end up with the same name, again leading me to believe that the Peder born in 1800 and who did not appear on the 1801 census died.
Can someone help me with the translation/interpretation of this? Is it a different couple or is it that he had a child with the wife's half-sister as well as with his wife?
I do not find another Peder Nielsen born in Aaby in a time fram that would have made him 29-1/2 years old at the time of his marriage in 1830. In fact, this is the only Peder born in Aaby between 1794 and 1804.