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Tracing your Norwegian roots

Maralyn A. Wellauer

Tracing your Norwegian roots

by Maralyn A. Wellauer

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Published by Wellauer in Milwaukee .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • Norway
    • Subjects:
    • Norwegian Americans -- Genealogy -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.,
    • United States -- Genealogy -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.,
    • Norway -- Genealogy -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies.

      Statementby Maralyn A. Wellauer.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS49 .W44
      The Physical Object
      Pagination70 p. :
      Number of Pages70
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4442373M
      LC Control Number79103929

      That book sparked the idea for the book you are now holding in your hand - an updated and expanded version of our first "Tracing Your Dakota Roots," published in and reprinted in Jo Ann is an active member of the North Dakota Professional Communicators and the National Federation of Press Women and is a Certified Rural Electric. The first chapters of the book describe the history of Ellis Island, and its role in American history. After reading the first two sentences of the book, we have already learned that Ellis Island is a "treshold of liberty" and "the symbolic shrine to freedom and opportunity".

        ROLLO OR ROLF THE GANGER (r. ) The ancestors of William the Conqueror and England's line of Norman kings had Norwegian Viking roots. The founder of the line, Rollo or Rolf the Ganger, was a Viking raider chief, who was born in , at Maer, Nord-Trondelag, Norway, the son of Ragnvald 'the Wise' Eysteinson and his second wife, Hiltrude (Ragnhild) : Annissa Yahnke. Royal genealogy. Lists all the members of all the imperial, royal, princely and ducal houses, and the counts of the Holy Roman Empire. In Search of Your European Roots: A Complete Guide to Tracing Your Ancestors by Angus Baxter. A guide to genealogical research in Europe, whether done in person or by correspondence.

      Books. The Beginner's Guide to Norwegian Genealogical Research, by Finn A. Thomsen; In Search of Your European Roots: A Complete Guide to Tracing Your Ancestors in Every Country in Europe, by Angus Baxter; Norwegian Migration to America, by Christian Blegen; Tracing Your Norwegian Roots, by Marlyn A. Wellauer; Mexican. Often, a genealogy search begins with the Norwegian ancestors who moved to America. Tracing Norwegian Ancestry. Researching your Norwegian ancestry should begin at home with any family documentation you can find. This could include birth, death and marriage dates, names of ancestors and even the first generation who lived in America.


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Tracing your Norwegian roots by Maralyn A. Wellauer. Published by Wellauer in Milwaukee. Written in EnglishPages: • Historical timelines, sample records, and resource lists that will bring your family history to life If your family tree includes Swedish roots, Danish roots, or Norwegian roots, The Family Tree Scandinavian Genealogy Guide is a must-have for your genealogy research/5(9).

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Wellauer. På sporet av familien. Kilder og metoder i slektsgransking (Trace your Family History), Vigmostad & Bjørke. Books published in English: A Taste of Norwegian Ancestry (e-book, ) From Norway: A few emigrants from Nord-Trøndelag and Sør-Trøndelag (e-book, ).

Your Guide to. Researching Norwegian Ancestors. Norway is a Scandinaviancountry and is famous (among genealogists!) for keeping good records and protecting them from destruction.

As is the case with many European countries, you need to pin-point as closely as. Tracing Your Norwegian Roots. by Andy Likins | Sep 6, With the exception of Ireland, no other European country in the 19th century lost a larger percentage of its population to emigration than Norway. Today the number of Americans and Canadians who can claim Norwegian ancestry is greater than the population of Norway itself.

Tracing your lineage is a fun and rewarding challenge that requires some basic knowledge of past centuries. The following information from the National Library of Norway, the National Archives of Norway and Slekt og Data, the largest genealogy association in Norway, will walk you through the available resources and how to get the most out of them.

This website was created in to provide a road map to various Internet resources on Norwegian - American genealogy. Since then, Ancestors from Norway has grown to over one hundred separate web pages, and now contains several original articles on how to trace your Norwegian ancestors, as well as numerous links to genealogy-related web sites in Norway and the U.S.

This is Part 1 of a two-part series about combining travel with genealogy. Check out Part 2, A Beginner’s Guide to Tracing Your Roots Overseas. When I was sixteen years old, my dad, stepmom, brother and I drove nearly seven hours from Shoreview, Minnesota to Bismarck, North Dakota for a family reunion.

Discover your Viking roots with this new book. The Family Tree Scandinavian Genealogy Guide: How to Trace Your Ancestors in Norway, Sweden, and Denmark by David A.

Fryxell is your essential handbook for Scandinavian family history research. Learn strategies for identifying immigrant Scandinavian ancestors, plus how to trace them back to Europe from North America and find them in parish records. Ordering the book: Please send a cheque or money order for $ plus $ shipping to: Sylvia Hasenkopf Edison Timmerman Rd Cairo, NY Tracing your Roots in Greene County, Volume Two.

Articles in the Book: Who do you think you are. The Curious Case of Polly Betsey Beach; Researching your Revolutionary War Ancestor.

Just like for the United States, Norwegian census and church records are available online and will be very helpful in tracing your Norwegian roots.

If you feel sure that your Norwegian DNA comes via your Danish and Swedish ancestors, then you will likely have to trace your family tree back to those countries first. It might prove more challenging to find the exact Norwegian ancestors that contributed to your.

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Learn more about tracing your Norwegian roots in these articles. Norwegian Genealogy: How To Find Your Ancestors AR—Tracing Your Norwegian Roots; Explore Your Guide to Researching Norwegian Ancestors by Barb Snow.

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(20 pages, file size MB). In addition to providing some searchable indexes for Norway, this multifaceted website has articles and other features to help you trace your Norwegian roots. From the home page, hover over Search and choose Wiki from the dropdown menu.

Once in the Family History Research Wiki, search for Norway. Tracing your Roots in Greene County. 1, likes 41 talking about this. Historical and Genealogical Information about Greene County, New YorkFollowers: K. It might be interesting for you to visit, but also they might be able to help you as regards tracing your Norwegian roots as the museum can act as an intermediary between those seeking such information and Norwegian scholars and genealogists.

So if you have the name and birthdate of the anchestors, they MIGHT be able to help. Home › Culture › How to Start Tracing Your Scandinavian Heritage. How to Start Tracing Your Scandinavian Heritage By ThorNews on December 4, • (4).

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