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Digranæs/Instanæs Connection?

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Re: Digranæs/Instanæs Connection?

Posted: 1 Feb 2014 4:04PM GMT
Classification: Query
Guro was actually the daughter of Jørgen Olson -- therefore she should be called Guro Jørgensdatter. Jørgen was married to Ingebjørg Larsdatter in 1743 so is therefore highly likely to have been Guro's mother. This information is from "Odda, Ullensvang og Kinsarvik i gamal og ny tid -- Bygdesoga - V/2" on the pages for the Instanes, Ytre (Ystatun) farm in Kinsarvik.

"Joren" is not actually a male name in Norway so be careful of your spelling for that.

The surviving parish records are available online now at the Digitalarkivet website. If you don't find a mother's name listed for Guro's birth/baptismal record (yes, there actually were years when some of the earlier parish records did NOT record the mother's name with a child's birth) then you might have to use the evidence of an earlier marriage record for her father and then research into WHEN Ingebjørg Larsdatter died because she is almost certainly mentioned by name in her own death record.

You have tried the scanned parish records at Digitalarkivet website?
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Gene Hays 31 Jan 2014 5:48PM GMT 
thoraway 1 Feb 2014 11:04PM GMT 
Brian Gaber 2 Feb 2014 11:03AM GMT 
Gene Hays 2 Feb 2014 12:15PM GMT 
thoraway 2 Feb 2014 12:43PM GMT 
Naitsirk 2 Feb 2014 11:29AM GMT 
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