Dear G. Hokans,
While reading your gatewayed email message about Gullans names, a couple of them sounded familiar: Karl Henrick Gabrielsson Gullans and his wife Vilhelmina Henriksdotter.
While I have not made any connection to them myself, I have a book titled "PÃ¥ den gamla goda tiden, Ã–vermark 1989" which is a book of names, in table form, of the ancestors of residents in Ã–vermark, which is the parish for NÃ¤rpes.
I checked in this book and found tab. 326 (194), Carl Henrik Gabrielsson Ragvals, born 14.01.1828 on Ragvals farm. Married to Vilhelmina Henriksdotter Ã–jst, born 23.02.1828 on the Ã–jst farm. She is the daughter to Henrik Henriksson (Ã–jst) from Yttermark, born 22.06.1799 and his wife Maja Lisa Eriksdotter Ã–jst, born 19.10.1805 on the Ã–jst farm.
Now Tab.326 refers back to Tab.194 which reads:
Farmersdaughter Anna Greta Johansdotter Ragvals, born 11.12.1799 on Ragvals farm, d. 03.09.1868 on the Ragvals farm.
Married to Gabriel Hansson, born 12.01.1793 in Ã–stermark, died 28.11.1871 on Ragvals farm.
Johan Gabrielsson Ragvals, born 14.09.1817 Tab.312
Mickel " " , born 1819, died 1819
Anna Lisa Gabrielsdotter Ragvals, born 01.02.1821, christened 04.02.1821, died 1821
Anna Greta " " , born 25.01.1822, christened 27.01.1822, died 1822
Gabriel Gabrielsson Ragvals, born 20.11.1823 Tab.315
Anders Gabrielsson Ragvals, born 25.11.1826 Tab. 321
Karl Henrik Gabrielsson Ragvals, born 14.01.1828 Tab. 326********
Abraham Gabrielsson Ragvals, born 18.02.1830, died 1830, twin
Aron Gabrielsson Ragvals, born 18.02.1830, died 1830, twin
Anna Greta Gabrielsdotter Ragvals, born 26.02.1832 Tab. 327
Aron Gabrielsson Ragvals, born 10.07.1833 Tab. 342
Petter Gabrielsson Ragvals, born 16.05.1835, died 18.03.1836
Erik Vilhelm Gabrielsson Ragvals, born 03.08.1836 Tab. 364
Josef Gabrielsson Ragvals, born 26.05.1838 Tab. 365
Mickel Gabrielsson Ragvals, born 11.11.1841 Tab. 367
Petter Gabrielsson Ragvals, born 01.02.1844
Bear in mind I have typed the dates in the same order the Swedes do: day.month.year.
Write me back if you have any questions. One thing I will tell you is, do not consider the dates in this book as gospel truth...they are subject to error because they were transcribed by volunteers in the local genealogical society and they are only human, mistakes happen. But, it does give you a very good reference point from which to verify the dates and names from if you choose to look at the microfilms of the original records.
Good luck to you.