Maren Kirstine Kronsteen

Kristiania[edit | edit source]

From 1878 to 1924, Kristiania was the name used for Norway's capital, Oslo. On January 01, 1925 the name was changed from Kristiania to Oslo.

Birth[edit | edit source]

Maren was born in Kristiania, Akershus, Norway 19 Feb 1821 and she was baptised 13 Mar 1821 in Oslo domkirke.

Parents[edit | edit source]

Maren is the fourth child, second daughter of Marthe Andersdatter Nadderud (1786-1853) and Suen Peter Kronsteen (1774-1836)

Siblings[edit | edit source]

  • Anna Mathea Kronsteen (1813-1828)
  • Nils Andreas Kronsteen (1815-1816)
  • Nils Andreas Kronsteen (b. 20.Okt 1817- d. 2.Mar 1900), kunstdreier i Kristiania. Translation: art- turner ? in Kristiania."
  • Severine Petrine Kronsteen (b. 18 July 1824 - d. 26 Sep 1913)
  • Anna Mathea Jakobine Kronsteen (b.13 Nov 1829 - d.13 May 1895)

Marriageb.[edit | edit source]

Maren Kirstine Kronsteen married Christian Andreas Fischer, Jr. (1816-1863) on 10 November 1843 in Kristiania, Akershus, Norway.

Children[edit | edit source]

Maren and Christian Fischer had ten children.

  • Valborg Marie Fischer (1844-1848)
  • Christian Emanuel Fischer (b. 27 September 1846 - d. 17 Jan 1935)
  • Valborg Margrethe Fischer (1848-1915) (b. 06 October 1848 - d. 4 May 1915)
  • Nils Jacob Fischer (b. 23 Juni 1850 - d. 27 Jan 1890)
  • Severine Mathea Fischer (1851 - 1853)
  • Fransisca Marie Fischer (1854 - 1854)
  • Martin Severin Fischer (1855 - 1855)
  • Oscar August Fischer (b. 30 August 1856 - d. 1938) Lived in London and changed the spelling of his last name to Fisher.
  • Gustav Adolf Fischer (b. 16 June 1858 - d. 1 May 1904) Gustav was born in Kristiania, Akershus, Norway. Occupation: "Kaemnerkontor." Translation: "town treasurer office."
  • Martha Christine Fischer (b. 11 May 1860 - d. 3 Sep 1924)

Death[edit | edit source]

Maren Kirstin Kronsteen Fischer died 8 April 1902 in Kristiania, Akershus, Norway.

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