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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)

Parents[]

Birth[]

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

Baptism[]

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.

Siblings[]

All were baptized at Herad parish in Farsund:

Marriage[]

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".

Children[]

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.

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