Peder Andreas Pedersen of Klungeland
Sex: Male
Birth: July 5, 1831 (1831-07-05) (190 years ago)
Klungeland farm
Farsund, Norway
Baptism: July 17, 1831
Herad parish
Farsund, Norway
Death: after 1910
Farsund, Norway
Burial: Herad parish or Farsund parish
Father: Peder Andreas Hansen of Log (1790-1849)
Mother: Maren Sophia Olsdatter of Gullestad (1791-1868)
Siblings: Pernille Helene Pedersdatter (1812)
Hans Pedersen (1814-1896) of Log
Anna Pedersdatter (1816-1831)
Olene Andrea Pedersdatter (1819-1912)
Ole Mattias Pedersen (1822-1914)
Helene Elisabeth Pedersdatter (1825-)
Peder Pedersen (1829-c1830)
Hans Elias Pedersen (1837-)
Spouse/Partner: Serine Larsdatter of Drange (1840-1905)
Marriage: July 26, 1862 (age 31)
Herad parish
Farsund, Norway
Children: Peder Elias Pedersen (1863-before1868)
Lars Pedersen (1865)
Lars Emanuel Pedersen (1869-?)
Mathilde Sophie Amalia Pedersen (1872-1949)
Peder Severin Pedersen (1876-?)
Anton Martin Teodore Pedersen (1879-?)
Inga Karoline Eldora Pedersen (1882-1927)

Peder Andreas Pedersen (1831-after1910) of Klungeland; Freight Man or "Fragtemand"; Bread Vendor or "Bagervend" (b. July 05, 1831, Klungeland farm, Herad parish, Farsund, Vest-Agder, Norway - d. after 1910, Brogate 10, Farsund, Vest-Agder, Norway)



Peder was born on July 05, 1831 on Klungeland farm in Herad parish in Farsund, Norway.


He was baptized under the name "Peder Andreas Pedersen" on July 17, 1831 at Herad parish in Farsund. In 1846, at age 15, he was confirmed in Herad parish.


All were baptized at Herad parish in Farsund:


Peder married Serine Larsdatter (1840-1905) of Drange, on July 26, 1862 at Herad parish in Farsund. Serine was the daughter of Lars Aadnessen. Peder was listed as "Peder Andreas Pederssen".


All the children were baptized at Farsund parish:

Farsund, Norway[]

The family appears in the 1865 Norway Census living at 36 Kirkegaden in Farsund, where Peder was working as a freight man or "fragtemand". In the 1900 Norway census he was living at 50b Nykastelgaden Street, Farsund, Vest-Agder, Norway and working as a "bagervend" or bread seller. He was listed as "Peder A. Pedersen" and she was listed as "Serine Pedersen".

Listed in the 1900 census were children: Lars Emanuel Pedersen (1869-?) on a ship heading toward Vancouver, Canada, not married and working as a "styrmand" or sailor; Peder Severin Pedersen (1876-?) who was on a ship heading toward "Arendal and Saint Petersburg, Russia", not married and working as a "matros", or sailor; and Anton Martin Teodore Pedersen (1879-?) who was on his way to Scotland, not married and working as a "styrmand", or sailor. Missing from the census was Inga Pedersen who may have been working as a maid in another home.

Death of wife[]

Serine died on October 06, 1905, and was buried on October 12, 1905. The churchbook lists her as: "baker's wife Serine Pedersen; [wife of] baker, Peder A. Pedersen; [she was] born 1840 [at] Drange in Herad."

Brogate 10[]

By 1910 he was living with his brother, Ole Mattias Pedersen (1822-1914); and his niece, Sofie Marie Pedersen (1852-1924) who was now a widow. They lived at Brogate 10 in Farsund in the home of Laurits Byberg which was divided into 5 apartments.