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Married to Ingeborg Andersdotter B.1685.
B. 14/8 1710.
B. 14/8 1710.
D. 1792 from
Married to 1st wife
1. Lars B. 1735.
2. Per B. 1744. Married 1776 to Greta Hansdotter.
3. (a son, hard to read the name) B. 1754.
4. (a son, hard to read the name) B. 1755.
B. 1756. Married 1778.
B. 1735. Åttersta.
He was also a BERGSMAN, a farmer who besides farming also was a kind of miner who worked with mining of pig-iron. Instead he didn´t have to do military service.
D. 17/4 1798 from short of breath.
Married 1759 to 1st wife
with Brita Jansdtr:
1. Cherstin B. 1760.
2. Anna B. 1761.
3. Lena B. 1763.
4. Anders B. 1765.
5. Johan (Jon)
6. Brita B. 1771.
D. 26/4 1780 from pocks.
Children with Carin Larsdtr:
7. Margta B. 1776.
8. Anders B. 1784.
Jon (Johan) Larsson
B. 1767. Åttersta
He was a BERGSMAN, a farmer who besides farming also was a kind of miner who worked with mining of pig-iron. Instead he didn´t have to do military service.
D. 5/11 1806 from a stroke.
1. Lars Jonsson
B. 1792. In military service 1813.
2. Karin Jonsdtr.
B. 1795. Got sick in 1807.
3. Olof Jonsson
B. 23/8 1800
B. 19/6 1809
5. Anna Isacsdtr
B. 26/1 1811
B. 18/12 1798 Åttersta. Farm helper, dam guard, day laborer, iron worker. Military service 1813. Married 27/12 1829.
1846 a notice says he is miserably poor.
D. 29/4 1880.
B. 1806. Åttersta.
Worked as a farm girl 1822-25 in Åttersta Nr 6. In 1826-27 she was a farm girl in Åttersta Nr 4. In 27/12 1829 she was married to the farmhand Lars Jonsson.
D. 27/3 1890 i Walbo.
1. Anders Larsson Molin
B. 4/9 1829.
D. 7/12 1915. Married 1856 to Märta Larsdotter
B. 1/4 1886.
2. Lars B. 28/1 1832. Crofter. Married 1857 to Anna Stina Pehrsdtr.
B. 6/11 1836.
B. 29/5 1858,
Anna Britta B. 1862,
Greta Stina B. 1865,
Lars Petter B. 1867,
Anders Johan B. 1870,
Olof Edvard B. 1879 twin,
Karl Erik B. 1879 twin.
3. Johan (Johannes)
B. 16/10 1834. Railroad worker.
A notice: he stutter some. Married to Margareta Ulrika Berglin. B. 1838, Ovansjö. Children:
B. 22/4 1837, Living in Fäbod area. Married to
B. 1842 in Ovansjö. Children:
B. 10/9 1840.
B. 13/9 1843.
D. 10?/4 1852.
7. Per Larsson Ekström
B. 2/4 1846. D. 16/4 1876. Married to Anna Elisabet Åsberg, Järbo.
B. 18/12 1851. Children:
B. 20/9 1872.
Anna Elisabet later married Per Ersson Sten and got two children with him.
B. 10/6 1850. Married to Olof Jansson Forss.
B. 1852, Ovansjö.
At Åttersta Uthedes
B. 27/1 1825. Married to Maria Olsdotter
B. 12/3 1827.
B. 14/2 1851.
2. Anders Olof Backman
B. 20/12 1854.
He was later married to Karin Andersdtr. Molin.
Anders Larsson Molin,
Åttersta, Uthedes, Ofvansjö. Crofter, day laborer.
B. 4/9 1829 in Åttersta.
D. 7/12 1915
Married 25/2 1856 to Märtha Larsdtr.
1. Brita Lisa
B. 9/3 1853.
B. 2/2 1857. Married 18/2 1883 to Anders Olof Backman. Day worker. B. 20/12 1854.
Ester Maria Kristina, not born within marriage.
B. 23/2 1880.
B. 15/6 1883. Widow 10/7 1937. D. 7/3 1952. (Married to
Erik Olof Jäderberg.
B. 11/2 1870. Stone worker.
B. 15/12 1912.
Karin Ingrid Olivia
B. 19/4 1916.)
B. 1/2 1885. Widower 31/12 1962. D. 6/3 1970. Married to Hulda Andrea
B. 4/3 1877 in Valbo.
B. 2/2 1889.
Married Johansson. D. 8/9 1972.
B. 17/3 1891. Married Holmström. D. 16/6 1979.
B. 12/3 1893.
D. 31/5 1951. Unmarried.
B. 19/2 1899. D. 29/4 1900 from a stroke.
Erik Gustaf Anton
B. 10/2 1902. Åttersta, Ovansjö. Married 16/9 1944. D. 28/10 1968.
3. Greta Stina
B. 14/6 1860.
4. Johanna Maria
B. 18/5 1863.
5. Anders Olof
B. 26/7 1866 (Emigrated to Finland 1/11 1886)
Johanna Maria Molin
day laborer´s daughter. B. 18/5 1863 in Åttersta. Unmarried. D. 13/5 1915 in Yttermyra, Ovansjö, from uterine cancer.
1. Karl Fredrik, not born within marriage. B. 28/11 1885. Factory worker. Emigrated to USA 1911.
D. 30/9 1965 in Chisago, Minnesota. A notice says that August Andersson, Uppsala was his father.
2. Johanna Charlotta, not born within marriage.
B. 7/1 1890 in Ofvansjö. D. 30/3 1974.
3. Hjalmar Andreas not born within marriage.
B. 25/5 1898.
D. 15/4 1933.
Hjalmar had one child. Karl Hjalmar B.15/3 1928.
Married to Linnea. B. 18/4 1902 in Bergsjö, Gävleborgs län, Hälsingland.
D. 9/9 1980.
Johanna Charlotta was married to
Roll worker, lorry driver, municipal worker, store keeper,
B. 18/9 1891 in Nordanåker, Årsunda.
Married 5/12 1914.
D. 6/1 1975.
1. Karl Yngve, not born within marriage. Waiter.
B. 4/1 1911, in Ovansjö. D. 4/12 1990.
2. Svea Katarina
B. 27/3 1915 in Högbo, Sandviken. Milliner.
D. 19/3 2011.
3. Johan Åke
B. 16/3 1919 in Högbo, Sandviken. Clerk. D. 17/9 1970. He has twin daughters.
4. Sven Arne
B. 19/10 1924 in Hudiksvall. Grader driver. D. 30/3 1988.
B. 19/10 1924 in Hudiksvall. Married 22/9 1945. D. 30/3 1988 from pancreatic cancer. Married to Kerstin Ingegerd (Linné) Johansson,
B. 11/10 1926 in Idenors socken, Hudiksvall.
D. 11/4 2002 from ALS.
B. 3/3 1946 in Hudiksvall. Qualified
post-office clerk. Married 17/5 1972 at Swedish Ambassy in Paris to Christer Gimséus. B. 27/9 1949 in Alva socken, Gotland. Automecanic.
B. 20/9 1952 in Hudiksvall. Purchaser.
B. 20/5 1973, automecanic. Married to Maud Ingela Carita Jacobsson
B. 9/5 1995 in Uppsala
Teddy B. 26/12 1996 in Uppsala
Childrens mother: Maria Therese Danielle Oscarsson.
B. 25/8 1972.
B. 9/9 1976, telecommunications engineer.
B. 10/5 1988, Degree in Media, Graphical Communications, Photography and Graphics.
Karl Fredrik Andersson Molin
not born within marriage. B. 28/11 1885 in Åttersta. Factory worker. Emigrated to USA 1911. Worked as a machinist, owned a shoe shop. His immigrationrecord says he had lightbrown hair and brown eyes, his father was August Andersson, Uppsala. Karl died 30/9 1965 i Chisago, Minnesota.
1st wife Signe Munter. B.29/9 1885 in Torsåker, Gästrikland. Married 30/4 1909 in Torsåker, Sweden. D..5/4 1961 in Morrison County, Minnesota, USA.
His 2nd wife was Olga Marie Anderson. Her family came from Norway.
B. 4/6 1890
D. 18/7 1978.
1. Aina Johanna
B.26/7 1909 in
D.1985 in Ramsey, Minnesota, USA.
2. Svea Linnea
in Ovansjö, Gästrikland.
D.1996-01-13 in Ramsey, Minnesota, USA. Svea married
Alfred Bastion Charles Elliott.
The record says that Svea was working at a hosiery mill with foot topping (stocking factory).
B.1941, twin- Married Richard Pruden.
B.1941, twin. Dead from cancer August 1988. Was living in Pasadena, California and has two daughters. Married to Bob Zecker.
B.1942. Married to Earl Pruden.
4. Julianne (Julie)
B.1943. Living in Maine. Nurse. Married to Peter Drever.
B.1945, Married to Tom Gannon
B.1950. Married to Maggie.
According to Dawn Prior:
Svea was a sweet and loving, generous person but also very tough and strong if someone instigated something with her. She loved sweets and baking as well as knitting and quilting. She won a blue ribbon one year for a quilt at the Minnesota State Fair. She never owned a car. She loved to walk and sometimes took the bus. Swede Hollow, where they immigrated to in St. Paul, is now a city park. Ruins of some of the homes' foundations can still be seen here and there. My mom never took us to see Aina. I never got to meet Aina. Svea never mentioned her to me. She was never at any of Svea's family gatherings. I never got the chance to meet Svea or know her children. Svea never talked about her sister Aina to me, when she would tell me about growing up in Swede Hollow, or her younger life and she didn't invite Aina to family gatherings. Svea loved getting her children and grandkids together for summer picnics or at Christmas. Mother did say that Aina and Svea would get together once in a while, but for very short visits. I know they have been proud of their Swedish roots. Svea wanted to return to Sweden and see her hometown and relatives before she died. Svea told me, Karl obtained U.S. citizenship, but it was after Svea was born so Svea did not inherit it. She did not understand that she was not a U.S. citizen until she went down to apply for a passport Svea loved cats and often took care of strays. She had a small collection of cat figurines and a lamp which she left me that has a ceramic cat as the base of the lamp. Svea was the one I knew best and since Signe was a part of her life, until Signe died, I had heard bits and pieces about her. When I was very little, I visited Signe's Joe. My mom said she would visit their farm and feed the chickens when she was little. Svea had a lady in the neighborhood teach the older children Swedish folk dances that they would perform on Swedish Days in Minnihaha Park Svea took part in an event that became big for the labor movement in the United States. She worked at the factory and participated in the strike. She told me that the police came and beat her and dragged her through the street for picketing. Svea used to love to go out and listen to the big bands when she was young and she had told me she dated a saxophonist for a while. She also told me before Karl left he had done well with his shoe shop and built them a home off Randolph St. and Snelling Ave. in St. Paul. My mom had shown me a photo of it once with Svea and Aina sitting on the steps both in dresses with big bows in their hair as young girls.I am sorry I do not know Swedish. Svea taught me a couple of words when I was a child, but none of her children speak it. My aunt Karen and mother told me Svea spoke it often with Signe though and was fluent.
I lived in Minnesota until 1994. I moved down to Florida after college. I work for a neighboring city in the information technology department helping people with their equipment setups and issues. I love to travel and read. I also have a hobby business making soaps and such, that I sell at craft shows.