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København, København (Staden), Nørre Kvarter, Nørre Kvarter II, Larslejsstræde 161, hjørnet af Nørrevold, Fjerde sal, 1227, FT-1850, C1883
Johan Henrik Ludvig Olrik, 56, Gif, lieuntenant og toldcontrolleur i Kjøbenhavn, Fødested, Ringsted
Bendicte Martinette født Heiberg, 49, Gift, hans kone, Fødested, Kjøbenhavn
Ole Henrik Benedict Olrik, 20, Ugift, eres søn, elew af konstacedemiet, Fødested, Kjøbenhavn
Anna Margrethe Petrine Olrik, 22, Ugift, deres døttre, Fødested, Kjøbenhavn
Laurine Magdalene Benedicte Olrik, 18, ugift, deres døttre, Fødested, Kjøbenhavn
Frederikke Gerhardine Frederikke Olrik, 16, Ugift, deres døttre, Fødested, Kjøbenhavn
Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)


København, København (Staden), Vesterbrogade (lige numre), Udb. Vester, Sorte Hests Rode matr. 39 G, Vesterbrogade 136, forhus, 1 sal a., 727, FT-1880, C5139
Johan Henrik Ludvig Olrik, 86, Enkemand, pensioneret toldcontreullør, Fødested, Ringsted
Laura Magdalene Benedicte Olrik, Fødested, 57, Ugift hans datter, huusbestyrerinde, Fødested, Kjøbenhavn
(Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)  
Olrik, Laurine Magdalene Benedicte (I17492)
 
202
København, København (Staden), Rathsacksvej, , 47, 13, FT-1901, E1386
Marius Godskesen, 1861/09/07, G, Husfader, Overretssagfører, Fødested, Sønderho Fanø
Elisabeth Ingeborg Birgitte Gogskesen, 1865/01/09, G, Husmoder, Fødested, Kjøbenhavn
Helene Ingeborg Godskesen, 1890/01/29, U, Datter, Fødested, Kjøbenhavn
Olaf Godskesen, 1893/09/18, U, Søn, Fødested, Frederiksberg
(Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)

 
Rum, Elisabeth Ingeborg Birgitte (I17832)
 
203
København, København (Staden), Vester Kvarter, Vester Kvarter, Matr. 87, 377, FT-1801, A5022
Christen Heiberg, 47, Gift, Landinspektør
Mette Lemvig, 38, Gift, g C.Heiberg
Henrich Heiberg, 10, Fader C.H.
Gert Heiberg, 5, Fader C.H.
Hans Heiberg, 3, Fader C.H.
Mette Heiberg, 1, Fader C.H.
(Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)  
Heiberg, Henrich (I17495)
 
204
LANDSBOROUGH.
Obituary.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Daniels (Bald Knob) will learn with deep regret of the death of her eldest daugther, Winnie (10 years). She was taken to the Maleny Hospital on New Year's Day, suffering from rheumatic fever, and on Sunday last pneumonia set in, and she passed away at midnight. The funeral took place to the Maleny Cemetery on Monday afternoon.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Saturday 12th January 1929
 
Daniels, Winifred Esther (I577)
 
205
Last Name SLEAFORD
Other Names VERA THELMA
Age 34
Age Unit Hour
Birth Place MARYBOROUGH
Date of Burial 6/03/1929
Last Address, ST MARGARET'S PRIVATE HOSPITAL, MARYBOROUGH
Cemetery: Maryborough Cemetery
Cemetery Address: cnr Walker Street & Bruce Highway, Maryborough West QLD 4650
Burial Type Burial
Section Maryborough - Monumental M
Plot 121
Funeral Director KIRK & SON
Minister REV W WATERS
(Fraser Coast Regional Council Cemeterty search)

 
Sleaford, Vera Thelma (I13905)
 
206 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Perkins, Ira Lee (I10581)
 
207
Margaret J Croxen
United States Social Security Death Index
Age 90
Given Name Margaret
Middle Name J
Surname Croxen
Birth Date 31 Mar 1915
State Illinois
Last Place of Residence Schaumburg, Cook, Illinois
Previous Residence Postal Code 60194
Event Date 10 May 2005
"United States Social Security Death Index," database, FamilySearch  
Croxen, Margaret J (I15971)
 
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Markvard (Marcus) and Catherina's son, Hans Tausen

TAUSEN, HANS
Danish Church reformer; b. Birkende, Fyn Island, Denmark, 1494; d. Ribe, Denmark, Nov. 11, 1561. Of his peasant parents nothing is known beyond their names, Markvard (Marcus) and Catherina. Tausen entered the Order of St. John of Jerusalem and spent his youth in the priory in Antvorskov. Later he studied at the universities of Rostock (1516?19), Copenhagen (1521), Louvain (1522), and Wittenberg (1523?24), where he became acquainted with Martin Luther's ideas. He was transferred to the Johannite convent at Viborg (c. 1525), and there he started preaching lutheranism and gathering the first Lutheran congregation of Denmark. Almost immediately after his expulsion from his convent, King Frederik I gave him a letter of protection (Oct. 23, 1526). During the next three years several Franciscan and Dominican priory churches were placed at the disposal of the Lutherans of Viborg. In 1529 the king appointed Tausen preacher of the church of St. Nicholas in Copenhagen. There he gathered a large Lutheran congregation and participated in the formulation of the 43 evangelical articles produced at the meeting of the Council of the Realm in July 1530. After the death of his patron, King Frederik I (1533), Tausen entered into a compromise with the bishop of Roskilde, Joachim Rønnow, that apparently ruined his reputation among Danish Lutherans. When the Catholic bishops were arrested and replaced by evangelical superintendents (1536), Tausen was passed over, and not until 1542 was he appointed bishop of Ribe. This post he held until his death. His place in the early history of Protestantism in Denmark has earned him the title "The Danish Luther."
Bibliography: p. rØn, Sciagraphia Lutheri Danici (Copenhagen 1757). Dansk biografisk leksikon 23 (1944) 367?379. m. christensen, Hans Tausen (Copenhagen 1942). w. gÖbell, Die Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart, 7 v. (3rd ed. Tübingen 1957?65) 6:662.
New Catholic Encyclopedia

Hans Tausen (Born 1494 in Birkende near Langeskov on East Funen - died 11 November 1561 in Ribe) was a Danish clergyman and reformer, later bishop of Ribe, he translated the Bible into Danish and is known as' the Danish Luther '.

Childhood and youth:
Almost nothing is known about Hans Tausen's childhood and youth. Two years of birth are known, both uncertain, 1494 after the epitaph in Ribe Cathedral, and 1498 after a late 16th century account. When it is told that he was the son of a farmer or a blacksmith and that he ran away from home, these are legends which have no basis in the sources. The family name and the fact that Hans Tausen became a monk in a rich monastery indicate that the family belonged to the lava part. Tausen was then to be a family name on the part of the mother, which is supported by a source from the time, where Hans Tausen is referred to as Hans Markvadsen, which is why his father should have been named Markvad (Markus); however, there may also be a definite error in this source. It is believed that he went to the learned schools in Odense and in Slagelse. At one point he became a monk in the Johanniterklosteret in Antvorskov near Slagelse,and from there, in 1516, he was sent to the University of Rostock to study. Here he received the 1517 baccalaureate degree and the 1519 master's degree. In 1520 he is referred to by the title 'Dominus', which probably means that at that time he had been ordained a priest. That same year he lectured in Rostock on a Latin translation of a then-presumed Aristotle text.

From the autumn of 1521 he was enrolled at the University of Copenhagen as a theology student. Here one of his teachers was the theologian and Carmelite monk Poul Helgesen. One year later, Tausen enrolled as a student at the University of Leuven / Louvain in present-day Belgium. Here, however, he was only short, as already in the spring of 1523 he was enrolled at the University of Wittenberg, where he remained most of two years. Martin Luther had just returned to Wittenberg after his stay at Wartburg and Hans Tausen was thus in town at the same time as Luther.

Reformisms:
In 1525, Tausen returned to Denmark, probably initially to Antvorskov Kloster. However, he is only known from his appearance in Viborg's Johanniterkloster, where he was to lecture to the monks. When it turned out that he had acquired evangelical views and the Reformation doctrine arose, he was expelled - according to his own statement - by the monastery and the order. He preached at various churches in the city, and gradually gained many followers among the citizens of the city. Hans Tausen was threatened by the then bishop of Viborg, Jørgen Friis, and was possibly also briefly imprisoned. Again, the sources are both late and slightly legendary. The citizens of Viborg, however, took him under their protection and persuaded King Frederik I that Hans Tausen was appointed the king's personal chaplain, but for the time being remained in Viborg.However, the title of royal chaplain was rather pro forma, in fact the letter of defense meant that Hans Tausen was no longer under the jurisdiction of the church and the bishop, but [under] the city of Viborg.

Hans Tausen and his congregation had initially lived in one of Viborg's parish churches, Sct. Hans Kirke, but as this eventually could not accommodate them, it is said that Hans Tausen had to preach in the open air until the congregation broke into the large Gråbrødre Klosterkirke and took it over, although initially sharing the use of the church with the Franciscan monks . During his time in Viborg, Hans Tausen married Dorothea, who may have been related to Tausen's co-fighter Jørgen Jensen Sadolin. The marriage aroused great indignation among the clergy of the city. In Viborg, Hans Tausen published a number of writings, which are the first Danish writings from the Reformation tube, including translation of Luther's baptismal rite (1528) and a defense,Edt kort antswor «/ i» (1529) for the Viborg Reformation shaped as a response to the Funen bishop Jens Andersen Beldenak's warning letter to the citizens of Viborg and Aalborg against the new heretical doctrine. In Edt kort antswor, Tausen also explains the teachings of the Viborg preachers (there were more than just Tausen).

When the Reformation in Viborg was completed in 1529, Hans Tausen was called by the king to Copenhagen, where he preached in Nikolaj Church. At the Lord's Day in Copenhagen in 1530, together with preachers from the largest Danish market towns, he presented "Confessio Hafniensis", the Danish Reformation's only independent confessional. However, it was Peder Laurentsen from Malmö who wrote this confession rather than Tausen. After Frederik I's death in 1533, forces in the Council of State wanted to restore the power of the Roman Church in Denmark, and as an example, a warning was raised on Hans' Day in 1533 against Hans Tausen. He was accused of libel, disobedience, participation in the image storm in Copenhagen's Church of Our Lady on the third day of Christmas 1530, and even worse for heresy in the sacrament doctrine.Tausen defended himself strongly and probably with some luck against these accusations, which i.a. had been put forward by his former teacher at the university, Poul Helgesen.

The sources of the verdict against Hans Tausen are very contradictory, but he was at least sentenced to deportation from the founders of Zealand and Skåne and to censorship, but the bourgeoisie in Copenhagen reacted so strongly to the verdict that it was largely taken back in connection with a settlement between Tausen and the Bishop of Zealand, Joachim Rønnow.

After the introduction of the Reformation in 1536, Hans Tausen was busy drafting the new church system. In addition, he taught - as the first in Denmark - Hebrew at the reopened and now Lutheran University. In 1538, Tausen became evangelical reading master at the cathedral chapter at Roskilde Cathedral. Here he was to help the Reformation and the new doctrine in Roskilde on sliding as an assistant to the Lutheran superintendent, Peder Palladius, who after 1537 resided in Copenhagen instead of Roskilde. As a reading master, associate professor, he oversaw the retraining of the former Roman parish priests who remained in their offices but now had to learn and preach according to the Lutheran faith.

In Roskilde, he married for the second time, when his first wife had died a few years before in Copenhagen. He lived in Roskilde until in 1542 he was appointed bishop of Ribe. He was not the first Lutheran bishop to be appointed, possibly because his relationship with the new King Christian III was not good, as well as because he, compared to other Lutheran clergy, belonged to the conservative wing within the new doctrine. Recent research, however, suggests that he was rather too radical in his teachings, and thus represented a different earlier theological stage than the later Lutheran theologians. During his time in Copenhagen and later in Ribe, he translated the five books of Moses [i] the Old Testament from Hebrew into Danish, albeit under the influence of Luther's corresponding translation, and he also wrote some hymns, few of which are still in use.In 1539 he published the first complete collection of Danish sermons for the whole church year, known as Hans Tausen's Postil. It consisted of both independent and adaptations of the sermons of others, especially sermons by Luther in an edition by Stephan Roth.

Theologically, Hans Tausen was of course inspired by Martin Luther's theology, but he also seems to have been influenced by other Reformed theologians. His sacramental vision can e.g. give memories of the Swiss Ulrich Zwingli (the later Reformed views) or the radical Andreas Bodenstein von Karlstadts. In an unpublished treaty from Tausen's last year, it has been proved that he wrote from the Reformed theologian Jean Calvin.

Death:
Hans Tausen died in 1561 and is buried in Ribe Cathedral right next to the then location of the pulpit, the symbolism of this square has been Tausen's significance for the Reformation he received through his sermons.

Legacy:
Hans Tausen was not the only Danish reformer, but one of the first, and is therefore also known as 'the Danish Luther'. The term, which dates from the days of pietism, is, however, an expression of recent understanding. Most well-known is this designation from BS Ingemann's song 'På Tave bondes ager' in Højskolesangbogen, where he is referred to as a Danish Morten Luther.

In Ribe you will find a statue of him outside the cathedral. In Viborg, on the site of the demolished Gråbrødre Church, there are two Hans Tausen monuments, an older and modest one from the Reformation anniversary in 1836, made by the sculptor HE Freund, and a new one, erected in 2004 on the occasion of the 475th anniversary of the Reformation in Viborg. This monument was made by the artist Bjørn Nørgaard.

In Denmark, two churches are named after Hans Tausen, Hans Tausen's Church on Islands Brygge and Hans Tausen's Church in Odense.

'Somewhere in the district I must still mention, though it is not a manor, but only a small peasant hut. North of Sanderumgård, almost on the boundary between this farm's exclusive marks and Birkende mark, which belongs to Veirup, is a small meadow and bog, which is still called Tageholm. In the meadow, near a house, is an elevation. In the old days there was a farmhouse where the blacksmith Tage lived, and here his son Hans Tausen was born, who became immortal as a church reformer. The peasants of the district are still known to tell of this Tage, that he must have been a very kind man, who knew more than his father-in-law, and understood how to make iron from mud, which he took in the bog. This and more of his deed was regarded as witchcraft, and the end result was that Tage was killed by the neighbors, and his house demolished. It is strange that molten iron pieces can still be found in the ground on the site,and hammer scales around the field. '

About Hans Tausen's father and birthplace on Funen, by the scientist Christian Molbech (Fragments of a diary, 1813)

Family:
Hans Tausen was married twice.
His first wife was Dorthea Sadolin, and they had the children:
Anna, born around 1530 in Viborg, died before 1561
Katrine, born around 1535 in Odense, married 1st time to Hans Andersen Foss and 2nd time to Jørgen Rasmussen
Jørgen, born around 1535 in Viborg, died 4 April 1578 in Copenhagen

His second wife was Anna Andersdatter, the couple married in 1538, and they had the children:
Dorthea, born around 1538 maybe in Ribe, died 15 April 1601 in Ribe, married to Bishop Hans Laugesen
Unknown name, a daughter, born 1542 in Ribe, died around 1565 in Ribe, married to Peder Bruun
Lisbet, born around 1552 in Ribe, married to Hans Porsborg

Source: wikipedia.org

 
Tausen, Markvard (I17102)
 
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Marriage
Name: Cathrin Christiansen
[Cathrin Friderichsen]
Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 4 mar 1797
Marriage Place: Burkal,Tonder,Denmark
Father: Christian Friderichsen
Mother: Kiesten Nissen
Spouse: Nis Christiansen
FHL Film Number: 53277

Arkivalieronline - Kirkebøger fra hele landet - Rigsarkiv 
Friederichsen, Cathrin (I16865)
 
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Marriage 29 Mar 1868
Name: Nonke Margaretha Christiansen
Gender: weiblich (Female)
Event Type: Heirat (Marriage)
Marriage Place: Fahretoft, Schleswig-Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Relationship: Bride
Father: Hans Hinrich Golde Christiansen
Mother: Anna Christina Christiansen
Spouse: Ewald Meinhard Carstens
Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1518-1921

ame: Ewald Meinhard Carstens
Gender: männlich (Male)
Event Type: Heirat (Marriage)
Marriage Place: Fahretoft, Schleswig-Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Relationship: Groom
Father: Christian Carstens
Mother: Seike Carstens
Spouse: Nonke Margaretha Christiansen
City or District: Fahretoft
City or District: Fahretoft
Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1518-1921
 
Family F5962
 
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Marriage Registration
STEPHENSEN Victor Cyril: Marriage: Spouse: CADD Evelyn Marion: Reg Year 1929. Reg No 5985 [Marriage Index Victoria 1921 -1942]
 
Family F2072
 
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MARRIAGE.

WRIGHT - PAGE. On the 24th May, at St. John's Pro-Cathedral, by the Rev. J. Sutton, Henry William Morgan, eldest surviving son of Mr. A. T. Wright, of Brisbane, late of Bermondsey, London, to Henrietta Elizabeth Harriet, eldest daughter of Captain H. Page. Q.G.S. Kate.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Saturday 9th June 1877


 
Family F678
 
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Martha Marie Roseler
Born 14.2.1876
Burial
Name: Martha Marie Jensen
Death Age: 73
Birth Date: 14 Feb 1876
Death Date: 20 Feb 1949
Cemetery: Cooktown Cemetery
Section: 3
Cemetery Location: Cooktown, Queensland
(Australia Cemetery Index)
 
Roseler, Martha Marie (I15740)
 
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Maurine L Croxen
United States Social Security Death Index
Age 86
Given Name Maurine
Middle Name L
Surname Croxen
Birth Date 25 Jan 1909
State Illinois
Last Place of Residence Cook, Illinois
Previous Residence Postal Code 60194
Event Date 05 Jul 1995
"United States Social Security Death Index," database, FamilySearch  
Croxen, Maurine L (I16009)
 
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Meta Marie Margaretha Brünn/Bruhn 
Brünn, Metta Maria Margaretha (I16531)
 
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Mikrokort 41/2, Dorf Renz, Burkel Sogn, Slogs Herred, TønderAmt
Tønder, Slogs, Burkal, Dorfs Renz, , 83, FT-1803, C2037

Botilla Christians, 24, Ugift, Mädchen, Ugift, Mädchen, Spitzenmädchen


 
Christiansern, Botilla (I16892)
 
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Minnie Ruth Croxen
BillionGraves Index
Name Minnie Ruth Croxen
Event Type Burial
Event Place Kingsville, Kleberg, Texas, United States
Cemetery Chamberlain Cemetery
Latitude 27.504169
Longitude -97.879173
Birth Date 31 Jan 1909
Death Date 22 Nov 1991
BillionGraves Index," database, FamilySearch  
Hanke, Minnie Ruth (I16004)
 
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MOOLOOLAH.
Obituary.
Mrs. Rigg, sen., who, with her family, had worked Mr. J. Mannion's dairy farm on the Highlands, near Eudlo, passed away in the Maleny District Hospital on April 9. Deceased, who had resided on the Blackall Bange for the past six years, lost her husband last year. She was 56 years, and leaves five sons and three daughters.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' (Qld. : 1864-1933)Monday 15th April 1929
 
Inggs, Emily Louisa (I2543)
 
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Mr. Frederick Warne.
Mr. Frederick Warne, one of the pioneers of the Maleny district, died on September 21, aged 77 years. The late Mr. Warne was born at Aylsham, England, and came to Queensland 47 years ago. On arrival he followed the occupation of timber-getting, and later selected land at Teutoberg, now known as Witta, and took up dairying. Deceased represented his district on the local shire council for many years, and was also interested in most of the public bodies of Witta and Maleny. The late Mr. Warne is survived by his widow, a son, Mr. H, F. Warne, and a daughter, Mrs. E, A, Cox, all residing at Witta.

transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Wednesday 28th September, 1932 
Warne, Frederick (I1145)
 
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Mr. J. C. Dixon. The death of Mr. Joseph Chapman Dixon (aged 88 years) occurred at Flaxton on October 29. He arrived in Mooloolah many years ago with the intention of entering upon sugar growing, but the country first inspected being flooded he selected land on the higher ground, where the town of Buderim is now situated. In conjunction with the late Mr. John Fielding he started the sugar mill at Buderim, and after the partnership was dissolved he continued conducting the mill. Later he selected land at Flaxton. being the first settler in that part of the Blackall Range, and while clearing preparations were in progress opened a boot and shoe business in Gympie. Subsequently he removed to Flaxton, where he had resided for many years. The late Mr. D. C. Dlxon, boot manufacturer, of Brisbane, was a brother. When the death of Mr. J. C. Dlxon was mentioned at a special meeting of the Maroochy Council mention was made of his services to the shire when he represented the Flaxton division of the council, and a vote of condolence was passed with the relatives. He is survived by three daughters and two sons?Mrs. R. M. Burnett and Mrs. Ruddle (Maleny). Mrs. H. N. Suthers (Glen Innes), and Mr. J. C. Dlxon and Mr. Percy Dixon (Flaxton).

Transcribed from 'The Queenslander' Thursday, 7th Nov 1929 
Dixon, Joseph Chapman (I2711)
 
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Mr. John Cokley Sen.
After a long illness, Mr. John Cokley, sen., died at the Maleny Soldiers' Memorial Hospital on January 4, at the age of 79 years. He was a native of Dublin (Ireland), and came to Australia in the steamer Cloncurry in 1886. For 11 years he resided at Redland Bay, and he selected land in Maleny 36 years ago. He was well known as a breeder of pure bred Jersey cattle. The body was taken to Brisbane for Interment at the South Brisbane Cemetery. He Is survived by his widow and nine children, Messrs. Patrick, Thomas, and Daniel (Maleny), John (Nambour), Mesdames W. Ignatius (Brisbane), Clarke (Nambour), J. Boyl (Conondale), Misses Kathleen and Eileen Cokley (Brisbane).

Transcribed from The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933-1954) Thursday 11th January 1934
 
Cokley, John (I21)
 
222
Mr. Walter Rough, fifth son of Mrs. S. A. Rough, North Maleny, was quietly mar ried to Miss Beatrice Reardon; second daughter of Mr. Patrick Reardon, and granddaughter of Mrs. M'Carthy, of Wootha, on Saturday, June 11. The ceremony was solemnised in the Roman Catholic Church, Caboolture, ' by Rev. Father Hayes. The honeymoon" is being spent in Brisbane and Redcliffe.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Monday 20th June 1927 
Family F1496
 
223
Mrs. E. B. Philpot.
The death of Mrs. Evelyne Blanch Philpot, wife of Mr. P. A. Philpot, of Lillian-road, Taringa, took place at her home on Friday. The deceased was bom in Plymouth, England, 52 years ago, and arrived in Brisbane with her parents (the late Mr. and Mrs. William Venn) in 1884. She was married in 1917. After living In Ipswich with her family she took up residence in Taringa, where she had resided for the last 12 years. Deceased is survived ,by her husband, two sons (Messrs. P. W. Philpot, of Ballandean, and T. A. Philpot, of Taringa), and one daughter' (Mrs. M. Woof, of Chelmer). The funeral took place to the Toowong Cemetery. The Rev. J. H. Latlmer officiated at the graveside.

Transcribed from 'The Courier-Mail' (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933-1954) Monday, 30th October 1933
 
Venn, Evelyne Blanche (I5227)
 
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MUNRO - The friends of Mrs. E. MUNRO Sen., deceased are respectfully invited to attend her funeral, to move from the residence of her grandson Mr. Jasper Dalgleish, jun., Burke st , Woolloongabba, THIS (Wednesday) AFTERNOON at 4 o'clock for the South Brisbane Cemetery.
ALEX. GOW Undertaker, &c., Petrie Bight.

MUNRO, - The Friends of Messrs. and Mesdames R. MUNRO and Family, W. MUNRO and Family. F. TANNER and Family, Mr J. MUNRO, and Mr. JASPER DALGLEISH, Sen., and Family, are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their deceased Mother and Grandmother, Mrs. E. Munro, sen., to move from the residence of her grandson. Mr. Jasper Dalgleish Jun., Burke-st Woolloongabba, THIS (Wcdnesday) AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock, for the South Brisbane Cemetery.
ALEX. GOW, Undertaker, &c., Petrie Bight.

MUNRO, - The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. G. HENDERSON are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their deceased Friend, Mrs. E. Munro, sen., to move from the risidence of her grandson, Mr. Jasper Dalgleish, jun., Burke-street, Woolloongabba, THIS (Wednesday) AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock, for the South Brisbane Cemetery.
ALEX. GOW, Undertaker, &c., Petrie Bight.

Transcribed from The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864-1933) Wednesday 25th July 1917
 
Smith or Brooks, Elizabeth Smith - (I5595)
 
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N. 14
Ringkøbing, Hjerm, Hjerm, Hjermhede, 3a, 90, FT-1901, E0450
Carl Emil Ægidius, birth, 1838/09/21, G, Husfader, occupation, Proprietær, birthplace, Vemb Sogn
Frederikke Amalia Drews, birth, 1846/06/13, G., Husmoder, birthplace, Kirkeværløse. Sjælland
Christian Drews Ugidius, birth, 1878/12/06, U., Søn, occupation, Ved landbruget, birthplace, Hjerm Sogn
Edvard Vilhelm Ugidius, birth,
1880/12/23, U., Søn, occupation, Ved landbruget, birthplace, Hjerm Sogn
N. 15
Chr Frits Ægidius, birth, 2 Jan 1884, Gæst, occupation, Postassistent
Carl Ægidius, birth 20 Mar 1877, husfader, occupation, Proprieter
(Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)



Denmark Census, 1925
Hornbæk, Sønderlyng, Viborg, Denmark
Carl Ægidius, birth, 20 Mar 1877, birthplace, Jordløse, Svendborg, occupation, Gaardejer
Mathilda Christinsen Ægidius, birth, 27 Sep 1878, birthplace Rind Viborg
Ingeberg Ægidius, daughter, birth, 5 Jun 1908, birthplace, Hjerm, Ringkøbing
Ellen Ægidius , daughter, birth, 21 Jan 1914, birthplace, Hjerm, Ringkøbing
(Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)

Denmark Census, 1930
Hornbæk, Viborg, Denmark
Carl Ægidius , birth, 20 Mar 1877, birthplace, Jordløse, Svendborg, occupation, Landmand, birth, 27 Sep 1879,
Mathilda Ægidius, birth, 27 Sep 1878, birthplace Rind, Viborg
Ellen Ægidius , daughter, birth, 21 Jan 1914, birthplace, Hjerm, Ringkøbing
(Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)

Øgidiüs 
Ægidius, Carl (I17209)
 
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Name Alfred Case
Event Type Immigration
Event Date May 1910
Event Place Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
Gender Male
Age 34
Birth Year (Estimated) 1876
Birthplace England
Ship Name Corsican
Ship Name Corsican
("Canada Passenger Lists, 1881-1922," database with images, FamilySearch)

Name Gwend Case
Event Type Immigration
Event Date May 1910
Event Place Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
Gender Female
Age 1
Birth Year (Estimated) 1909
Birthplace England
Ship Name Corsican
("Canada Passenger Lists, 1881-1922," database with images, FamilySearch)

Alfred Case was a Brick Layer  
Case, Louisa (I10272)
 
227
Name: Chas Ballhausen
Death Place: Sebastopol, Victoria
Age: 85
Father's name: Chas Ballhausen
Registration Year: 1927
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 3411
(Victoria Death Register) 
Ballhausen, Charles (I8170)
 
228
Name: Christina Christiansen
Gender: weiblich (Female)
Event Type: Heirat (Marriage)
Marriage Date: 31 Mai 1823 (31 May 1823)
Marriage Place: Schleswig-Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Relationship: Bride
Father: Jens Christiansen
Mother: Ida Dorethea Margretha Christiansen
Spouse: Jörgen Peter Jacobsen
City or District: Friedrichstadt, Karlum, Klanxbüll
Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1518-1921

Name: Jörgen Peter Jacobsen
Gender: männlich (Male)
Event Type: Heirat (Marriage)
Marriage Date: 31 Mai 1823 (31 May 1823)
Marriage Place: Schleswig-Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Relationship: Groom
Father: Jacob Jörgensen
Mother: Anna Catharina Jörgensen
Spouse: Christina Christiansen
City or District: Friedrichstadt, Karlum, Klanxbüll u Nordhackstedt
Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1518-1921
 
Family F6021
 
229
Name: Ellen Murray
Ship: Margaret
Ship Departure Year: 1839
Remarks: Convict Mother of William, John, Denis
(New South Wales, Australia, Wives & Children of Irish Convicts, 1825-1840)

Name: William Murray
Ship: Margaret
Ship Departure Year: 1839
Remarks: Age 3 years 6 months mother Ellen Murray on board
(New South Wales, Australia, Wives & Children of Irish Convicts, 1825-1840)

Name: John Murray
Ship: Margaret
Ship Departure Year: 1839
Remarks: Age 2 years 4 months mother Ellen Murray Cork on board
(New South Wales, Australia, Wives & Children of Irish Convicts, 1825-1840)

Name: Denis Murray
Ship: Margaret
Ship Departure Year: 1839
Remarks: Age 1 month, mother Ellen Murray, Cork on board
(New South Wales, Australia, Wives & Children of Irish Convicts, 1825-1840)

The Margaret departed Kingstown, Ireland on 1st September 1838 and came via the Cape touching there 14th November and arriving in Port Jackson on 5 January 1839.

One hundred and sixty-six female prisoners and 44 children, as well as 57 free women and children, wives and daughters of convicts were embarked on the Margaret.

Name: Ellen Murray
Age: 29
Date of Conviction: 17 Nov 1837
Place of Conviction: Cork
Estimated birth year: abt 1808
Vessel: Margaret
Port of Arrival: New South Wales
Date of Arrival: 5 Jan 1839
New South Wales, Australia, Convict Indents, 1788-1842

Name: Ellen Murray
Arrival Date: 1839
Vessel: Margaret
Province: New South Wales
Title: Pardons
Year(s): 1842-1845
Place of Conviction: Cork City(New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia, Convict Pardons and Tickets of Leave, 1834-1859) 
Murray, Denis Joseph (I891)
 
230
Name: Friederich Nissen Nicolaisen
Gender: männlich (Male)
Event Type: Heirat (Marriage)
Marriage Date: 19 Jul 1806
Marriage Place: Ladelund, Schleswig-Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Father: Nicolai Jensen
Mother: Met?? Cathrin Jensen
Spouse: Metha Johannsen
Page Number: 72
Author: Evangelische Kirche Ladelund (Kr. Tondern)
City or District: Ladelund
FHL Film Number: 1198850
Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1567-1945

Name: Metha Johannsen
[Metha Petersen]
Gender: weiblich (Female)
Event Type: Heirat (Marriage)
Marriage Date: 19 Jul 1806
Marriage Place: Ladelund, Schleswig-Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Father: Johan Petersen
Mother: Anna Dorothea Petersen
Spouse: Friederich Nissen Nicolaisen
Page Number: 72
Author: Evangelische Kirche Ladelund (Kr. Tondern)
City or District: Ladelund
FHL Film Number: 1198850
Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1567-1945 
Family F6006
 
231
Name: Johannes Carl Wilhelm Friedrich Schwarz
Birth Date: abt 1858
Death Date: 17 Jun 1935
Death Place: Flensburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Age: 77
Certificate Number: 529/1935
Flensburg, Germany, Death Index Cards, 1874-1982
 
Schwarz, Johannes Carl Wilhelm Friedrich (I7858)
 
232
Name: Alexander Friedrich Wilhelm Sprott
Birth Date: abt 1865
Death Date: 3 Mrz 1922 (3 Mar 1922)
Death Place: Flensburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Age: 57
Occupation: Kanzleisekretar
Certificate Number: 222/1922
(Flensburg, Germany, Death Index Cards, 1874-1982, Stadtarchiv Flensburg, Flensburg, Deutschland)
 
Sprott, Alexander Friedrich Wilhelm (I7836)
 
233
Name: Arthur Rowland Trolley
Registration Year: 1903
Registration Quarter: Jan-Feb-Mar
Registration district: St Neots
Inferred County: Huntingdonshire
Volume: 3b
Page: 283
(England & Wales, FreeBMD Birth Index, 1837-1915)


Name Arthur Roland Trolley
Event Type Marriage
Event Date 15 Oct 1924
Event Place Cobourg, Northumberland, Ontario, Canada
Gender Male
Age 21
Birth Year (Estimated) 1903
Father's Name Samuel Trolley
Mother's Name Harriet L Linford
Spouse's Name Mabel Gladys Minifie
Spouse's Gender Female
Spouse's Age 19
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated) 1905
Spouse's Father's Name Steven Minifie
Spouse's Mother's Name Anna Mary Davidson
("Ontario Marriages, 1869-1927," database with images, FamilySearch)  
Trolley, Arthur Roland (I10276)
 
234
Name: Beatrice Amanda Croxen
Gender: Female
Baptism Date: 9 Sep 1906
Baptism Place: St. Lawrence's, Northampton, Northampton, England
Father: Thomas Croxen
Mother: Sarah
England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
 
Croxen, Beatrice Amanda (I16170)
 
235
Name: Carsten Jacob Hansen
Gender: männlich (Male)
Event Type: Taufe (Baptism)
Birth Date: 3 Okt 1873 (3 Oct 1873)
Baptism Date: 2 Nov 1873
Baptism Place: Fahretoft , Schleswig-Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Father: Jacob Bahne Hansen
Mother: Anna Margaretha Hansen
City or District: Fahretoft
Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1518-1921 
Hansen, Carsten Jacob (I16656)
 
236
Name: Diengott August Roseler
Death Date: 12 May 1903
Death Place: Queensland
Father's name: Friedrich Wilhelm Roseler
Mother's name: Regina Elizabeth Fisher
Registration Year: 1903
Registration Place: Queensland
Registration Number: 000956
Page Number: 22539
(Queensland Seath Index 1829-1985) 
Roseler, Dienegott August (I15743)
 
237
Name: Elizabeth Howell
Birth Date: 1857
Birth Place: New South Wales
Registration Year: 1857
Registration Place: Queanbeyan, New South Wales, Australia
Father: Richard Howell
Mother: Elizabeth
Registration Number: 10578
(New South Wales Birth Index 1788-1915
 
Howell, Elizabeth (I13917)
 
238
Name: Gustaf Adolf Fagerstrom: Death Date: 01 Feb 1940: Death Place: Queensland: Father's name: Adolf Barenthard: Mother's name: Edla Louisa Hendrikson: Registration Number: 001275
Queensland Death Register 1829 - 1964)

Burial Details - Belgian Gardens Cemetery
Fagerstrom Charles Frederick, age, 39,interment , 31/05/1941
F, 3, 111, 23
Fagerstrom, Christina Louisa, 81, interment, 11/08/1959, F, 3, 109,
23
Fagerstrom, Ellen Christina, 20, interment 14/09/1926, F, 3, 111, 23
Fagerstrom, Gustaf Adolf, 73, interment, 02/02/1940, F,3, 109, 23
Fagerstrom, John Thomas, 15, interment, 19/01/1920, F, 3, 110
 
Fagerstrom, Gustaf Adolf (I3677)
 
239
Name: James Robertson Lumsden
Residence Place: Gladesville
Death Date: 18 May 1954
Civil Place: New South Wales, Australia
Occupation: Hospital Attendant
(New South Wales, Australia, Index to Deceased Estate Files, 1859-1958)
 
Lumsden, James Robertson (I13852)
 
240
Name: Joseph Croxen
Estimated birth year: abt 1830
Registration Year: 1872
Registration Quarter: Oct-Nov-Dec
Age at Death: 42
Registration district: Kettering
nferred County: Northamptonshire
Volume: 3b
Page: 114
England & Wales, Civil Registration Death Index, 1837-1915

Possible death
Name: Joseph Croxen
Death Date: 12 Nov 1872
Death Place: Northamptonshire, England
Probate Date: 25 Oct 1873
Registry: Principal Registry
England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966, 1973-1995
12 Nov 1872

Wife Ann Elizabeth Croxen 
Croxen, Joseph (I16108)
 
241
Name: Kate Hold
Gender: Female
Age: 22
Birth Date: abt 1884
Departure Date: 20 Jun 1906
Port of Departure: Liverpool, England
Destination Port: New York, USA
Ship Name: Baltic
(UK, Outward Passenger Lists, 1890-1960)
 
Hold, Kate (I10094)
 
242
Name: Lena Jensen
Gender: weiblich (Female)
Event Type: Taufe (Baptism)
Birth Date: 18 Okt 1832 (18 Oct 1832)
Baptism Date: 7 Nov 1832
Baptism Place: Fahretoft, Schleswig-Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Father: Hans Hinrich Jensen
Mother: Hanna Christina Jensen
Page Number: 186
Author: Evangelische Kirche Fahretoft (Kr. Tondern)
City or District: Fahretoft
FHL Film Number: 1198824
Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1567-1945
 
Jensen, Lena (I16681)
 
243
Name: Louis John Michel
Death Date: 14 Sep 1904
Burial Place: Victoria, Australia
Cemetery: Melbourne
Section: L
Grave Number: 289N
Religion: C-E
Transcription: In loving memory of Louis John MICHEL who died 14 Sep 1904 in his 83rd year A colonist of 65 years. his beloved wife Alicia who died 3 Aug 1875 aged 49 years. their beloved daughter Ruth Elizabeth WRIGHT who died 30 Aug 1881 aged 26 years.
Victoria, Australia, Cemetery Records 
Michel, Louis John (I16198)
 
244
Name: Lucretia Davies
Date of Trial: Summer 1831
Trial Year: 1831
Location of Trial: Glamorgan, Wales
Sentence: Death
Crime: See Image
( England & Wales, Criminal Registers, 1791-1892 )

Name: Lucretia Davies
Age: 24
Date of Conviction: 9 Jul 1831
Place of Conviction: Glamorgan
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1807
Vessel: Pyramus
Port of Arrival: Sydney
Date of Arrival: 1832
(New South Wales, Australia, Convict Indents, 1788-1842 )

 
Davies, Lucretia (I3237)
 
245
Name: Stanley Henry Layram
Gender: Male
Birth Date: abt 1889
Age: 26
Document Year: 1915
Residence Place: Higham Servers, Northampton
Regimental Number: 66331
Regiment Name: As corps(Remonats)
Form Title: Short Service Attestation
Number of Images: 10
(British Army WWI Pension Records 1914-1920)

The occupation of Stanley was Groom

Name: Louisa Layram
Gender: Female
Document Year: 1915
Residence Place: Higham Ferrers Northampton
Relationship to Soldier: Mother
Form Title: Descriptive Report on Enlistment
Number of Images: 10
(British Army WWI Pension Records 1914-1920)

Name: Stanley Nenry Layram
Birth Date: 1890
Date of Registration: Dec 1973
Age at Death: 83
Registration district: Wellingborough
Inferred County: Northamptonshire
Volume: 3b
Page: 1961
(England & Wales, Death Index, 1916-2007)

Name: Stanley Layram
Gender: Male
Age: 33
Birth Date: abt 1890
Departure Date: 6 Oct 1923
Port of Departure: Liverpool, England
Destination Port: Quebec, Canada
Ship Name: Canada
Shipping line: White Star Dominion Line
Official Number: 106806
Master: Robt Smith
(UK, Outward Passenger Lists, 1890-1960)

Stanley Layram, 24 High Street, Higham Ferrers, labourer, age 33.
(UK, Outward Passenger Lists, 1890-1960)

 
Louisa (I10180)
 
246
Name: Vera Irene Trolley
Registration Year: 1904
Registration Quarter: Apr-May-Jun
Registration district: St Neots
Registration district: Inferred County: Huntingdonshire
Volume: 3b
Page: 279
(England & Wales, FreeBMD Birth Index, 1837-1915)


Marriage
Name Stanley Francis Johns
Event Type Marriage
Event Date 28 Jan 1925
Event Place Cobourg, Northumberland, Ontario, Canada
Gender Male
Age 20
Birth Year (Estimated) 1905
Father's Name Aulbrey Johns
Mother's Name Elizabeth N Hynes
Spouse's Name Vera Trolley
Spouse's Gender Female
Spouse's Age 20
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated) 1905
Spouse's Father's Name Sam William Trolley
Spouse's Mother's Name Harriet Louisa Linford
("Ontario Marriages, 1869-1927," database with images, FamilySearch ) 
Trolley, Vera Irene (I10275)
 
247
Name: William McPherson
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 29 Jul 1843
Event Place: Logierait, Perthshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Event Place (Original): Logierait, Perth, Scotland
Gender: Male
Spouse's Name: Margaret Stewart
Spouse's Gender: Female
(Scotland Marriages, 1561-1910 ) 
Family F5861
 
248
Niels Lorentz Egeberg is Niels Kuntzen Egeberg in the image

Name: Anna Egebergs
[Anna Egeberg]
Gender: weiblich (Female)
Event Type: Heirat (Marriage)
Marriage Date: 12 Mai 1798 (12 May 1798)
Marriage Place: Schleswig-Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Relationship: Bride
Father: Niels Lorentz Egeberg
Mother: Beata Egeberg
Spouse: Nis Christiansen
City or District: Deezbüll, Klixbüll, Kr, Neukirchen, Rodenäs, Schleswig u Tondern
Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1518-1921

Name: Nis Christiansen
Gender: männlich (Male)
Event Type: Heirat (Marriage)
Marriage Date: 12 Mai 1798 (12 May 1798)
Marriage Place: Schleswig-Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Relationship: Groom
Father: Christian Niss
Mother: Helene Christiansen
Spouse: Anna Egebergs
City or District: Deezbüll, Klixbüll, Kr, Neukirchen, Rodenäs, Schleswig u Tondern
Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1518-1921 
Family F5984
 
249
No 604. Danske Hofpræster og Hofprædikanter.
[Sokkelunds Herred, Kjøbenhavns Amt, Sjællands Stift]
M. S. 1-a/52; M. 19.

1 (e). 1568. Mag. Anders Sørensen Wedel (Weile, Wellejus), f. Veile 9/11 42; F. S. Sørensen, Bgmstr.; M. Else el. Sidse (see Wegener om A. S. Wedel S. 10) Andersdtr.; St. Ribe 61; udenlands 2 Gange (den ene med Thyge Brahe 61?63); Mag. i Wittenberg 5/3 66; Cannik i Ribe 13/8 71; 1 ~ 30/6 77 Maren Hansdtr. Svanning, f. c. 61, ? P. 29/7 78; F. Mag. H. S., kgl. Historiograph; M. Marine Sørensdtr.; 2 ~ 20/8 81 Mette Hansdtr. Laugesen af V. Vedsted (F. blev Biskop i Ribe), ? 27/12 33; 6 S., 3 D.; see Søren A. W. til Ribe Dk.; Lauge A. W. t. Ribe Cathr. K.; (M. P. Grum t. Christiansbg. Slotsk.; Hans P. G. i Vilsted-V.; J. H. Tausan, r. Cap. t. Ribe Cathr. K.; H. Pedersen i Janderup-B.); [# 1580; kgl. Historiograph s. A.; mistede denne Post 94 og Decanatet 95; Hospitalsforst. i Ribe 4/7 97; var Værge for Ribe Dk. 15/6 1603?07; ? Ribe 13/2 16. En overordentlig berømt Mand, om hvem henvises til Conf.-Rd. Wegeners ovenanførte Skrift. ?Var i mange Henseender en singulair Mand og der var noget Papistiskt ved ham; i Fastetiden holdt han sig fra al Kjødmad; hver Langfredag pidskede han sine Børn paa sit Studerekammer til Erindring om Christi Hudstrygelse?. (Lkm. eft. Pontop. og Zwerg.). Havde et Bogtrykkerie paa Lilliebjerget i Ribe og et vidtløftigt Bibl. ?Theologus præstans; concionator admirabilis; historicus imcomparabilis; indigator antiquitatis solertissimus; poeta facundissimus; linqvæ patriæ repurgator et excultor meritissimus? (Lyscander de scriptoribus danicis).; W. 2/561; N. 642; Eptph. og Lgst. i Ribe Dk.; Portrait i Veile K.].
Hegelund I s. 116, 121, 129, 140, 144, 168, 178, 186, 206, 299, 423, 461, II s. 4, 74, 75, 86, 89, 98, 105, 111, 116, 132, 168, 173; Helk I, s. 419; OD-RFR II, s. 190; DanKir bd. 17, s. 152-53 (Vejle Skt. Nikolaj kirke), bd. 19, s. 525, 544, 574-75, 576-77, 581, 639-40, 644, 666 (Ribe Domk.)




Anders Sørensen Vedel
20 Aug 1581, Vor Frue, Ribe Cathedral, Ribe, South Jutland, Denmark

Date of birth: 9 November 1542 Vejle
Date of death 13 February 1616, Ribe
Place of burial: Ribe Cathedral
Country of citizenship: Denmark
Educated at University of Copenhagen
Occupation: historian, priest
Child: Søren Andersen Vedel
(Wikipedia)

Ribe Cathedral
Burial
Burials Anders Sørensen Vedel

Anders Sørensen Vedel (9 November 1542-13 February 1616)[1] was a Danish priest and historian. He translated the Gesta Danorum by Saxo Grammaticus into Danish in 1575, and published the influential "Hundredvisebogen" in 1591.

Biography
Anders Sørensen was born in Vejle, from which place the Vedel name comes.[2] At 14 years old, he moved to study in Ribe, and after finishing his education he moved on to Copenhagen University in 1561.[2] In 1562, he was the tutor of astronomer Tycho Brahe on Brahe's Grand Tour in Europe,[1] forming a lasting bond of friendship with him.[2] Vedel started studying at Wittenberg in 1565,[1] which he finished in 1566, and was appointed priest at Copenhagen Castle in 1568.[3] Vedel's historical knowledge was admired by leading politicians including Christoffer Valkendorf, Bjørn Andersen, Arild Huitfeldt, Johan Friis and Peder Oxe, and he was seen as the right man to continue Christiern Pedersen's Danish language translation of the Latin chronicle Gesta Danorum by Saxo Grammaticus.[2]

He started his translation in 1570, and the finished work "Den danske Krønicke" was published in 1575.[1] The work was both a translation and rewriting of the original Latin phrases.[2] While working on the translation, he was given the income of a canon at Ribe Cathedral in 1573.[1] After pressure from Peder Oxe, Niels Kaas, and Jørgen Rosenkrantz [dk],[2] Vedel wrote a proposal for a Latin continuation of Saxo's work in 1578 which was finalized in 1581.[3] He was relieved of his priesthood in Copenhagen, and moved to Ribe in 1581.[2]

He was appointed Royal historian in 1584 and received a prelature at Ribe to support himself,[2] and undertook the task of continuing the Danish chronicle in that year.[4] However, he overreached himself in his attempt to do so. He planned an ambitious work in twenty-two books dealing with both language[5] and topography as well as with history.[2] However other tasks, lack of help from secretaries,[2] his own slowness and carefulness?and perhaps also a general underestimation of the demands of this work?led to very modest results. In 1594, after the death of chancellor Niels Kaas,[2] the task was given to Niels Krag,[4] under Vedel's protestations.[2] He got a one-year reprieve, but could not produce satisfactory results, after which he turned his work over to Niels Krag.[2] Much of what he had written was lost at the fire of Copenhagen in 1728.

One spin-off from this task which survived was his "Hundredvisebogen" (1591) of a hundred Danish ballads which became a solid foundation of later knowledge of the older Danish literary tradition.[3] It was published with the support of Queen Sophie (it has been suggested that as a result, Vedel opted to omit certain ballads which portrayed a Queen Sophie ? ostensibly Sophia of Minsk ? in a negative light[6]).[4] Vedel's one hundred songs were republished by Peder Syv in 1695, as half of his collection of 200 folksongs. Vedel's own re-creation of some of the ballads shows his ability as a poet. In the Faroe Islands, texts from "Hundredvisebogen" have been in use among folk singers right up until today.[7]

Vedel died on 13 February 1616 in Ribe.
(Wikipedia)


Biography
Anders Sørensen Vedel (9 November 1542 ? 13 February 1616) was a Danish priest and historiographer. He translated the Gesta Danorum by Saxo Grammaticus into Danish in 1575, and published the influential "Hundredvisebogen" in 1591.

Anders Sørensen was born in Vejle, from which place the Vedel name comes. 14 years old he moved to study in Ribe, and after finishing his education he moved on to Copenhagen University in 1561. In 1562, he was the tutor of astronomer Tycho Brahe on Brahe's Grand Tour in Europe, forming a lasting bond of friendship with him.Vedel started studying at Wittenberg in 1565, which he finished in 1566, and was appointed priest at Copenhagen Castle in 1568. Vedel's historical knowledge was admired by leading politicians including Christoffer Valkendorf, Bjørn Andersen, Arild Huitfeldt Johan Friis and Peder Oxe, and he was seen as the right man to continue Christiern Pedersen's Danish language translation of the Latin chronicle Gesta Danorum by Saxo Grammaticus.

He started the translation work in 1570, and the finished work "Den danske Krønicke" was published in 1575. The work was both a translation and rewriting of the original Latin phrases. While working on the translation, he was given the income of a canon at Ribe Cathedral in 1573.After pressure from Peder Oxe, Niels Kaas, and Jørgen Rosenkrantz, Vedel wrote a proposal for a Latin continuation of Saxo's work in 1578 which was finalized in 1581. He was relieved of his priesthood in Copenhagen, and moved to Ribe in 1581.

He was appointed Royal historiographer in 1584 and received a prelature at Ribe to support himself, and undertook the task of continuing the Danish chronicle in that year. However, he overreached himself in his attempt to do so. He planned an ambitious work in twenty-two books dealing with both language and topography as well as with history. However other tasks, lack of help from secretaries, his own slowness and carefulness?and perhaps also a general underestimation of the demands of this work?led to very modest results. In 1594, after the death of chancellor Niels Kaas, the task was given to Niels Krag, under Vedel's protestations. He got a one-year reprieve, but could not produce satisfactory results, after which he turned his work over to Niels Krag. Much of what he had written was lost at the fire of Copenhagen in 1728.

One spin-off from this task which survived was his "Hundredvisebogen" (1591) of a hundred Danish ballads which became a solid foundation of later knowledge of the elder Danish literary tradition. It was published with the support of Queen Sophie.Vedel's own re-creation of some of the ballads shows his ability as a poet.


Kongeriget Danmark / 3. Udgave 5. Bind: Aarhus, Vejle, Ringkjøbing, Ribe og Færø Amter samt Supplement og Stedregister

Monument to Anders Sørensen Vedel in the form of a tombstone, made of
marble by sculptor A. Paulsen; in the middle field Vedel's bust in strongly prominent relief and around this a frame, for which motifs from his now disappeared headstone have been used .

Not yet placed are the following epitaphs and memorial plaques: 1) a beautiful little memorial plaque of metal, erected by AS Vedel over his 1st wife Marine Svaning, ? 1578 (in a tomb opened in 1902 in the choir
, the body of her); 2) Blackboard over Hans Tausen, erected by Bishop Hans

Laugesen; 3) two Boards from an Epit. about Raadmd. Lauge Steffensen, ? 1554,
Wife and two Children (with their Bill., Afb. In Kinch , Ribe II); 4) Epit. over
Raadmd. Mogens Grave, ? 1635; 5) Epit. over Præsten Lauge Andersen Vedel,
? 1648; 6) Epit. over Rector Anders Romdrup, ? 1649, Dr. Ludv. Pouch,
? 1681, and their Wife (with Bill. In Knæst., Afb. In Kinch , Ribe II); 7) two
Paintings from an Epit. over Mayor Hans Nielsen Friis, ? 1650, and Wife
(with Brystbill., afb. in Kinch , Ribe II); and 8) Memorial plaque in Marble over
HA Brorson, udf. by HE Freund, inserted 1894 (whole Figure with Harp). -

In addition, the Church possesses paintings by the following bishops: Hans Tausen, ? 1561,
Hans Laugesen, ? 1594, Iver Hemmet, ? 1629, E. Monrad, ? 1650, Peder
Kragelund, ? 1681, Ancher Anchersen, ? 1701, Chr. Muus (?), ? 1717, Johs.
Ocksen, ? 1738, S. Middelboe, ? 1811, Tage Chr. Müller, ? 1849, JB
Daugaard, ? 1867, and CF Balslev, ? 1895. Still Paintings by Erik
Emune, Chrf. I, Luther, Melanchthon, Christ as Child, the Crucified and
Judgment Day, as well as two Series pastorum and two Series episcoporum.

On the headstone the church is particularly rich. Most were erected in 1902
along the outer walls of the outermost side aisles, some in the lower room of the large tower
and up against the walls of the Marietaarn facing the church; several lie in
the floor of the said aisles, and some are lined up in the preserved part of the
aisle. At the southernmost sidewall walls stand from west to east:
1) an older, partly carved stone over the priest Jens Pedersen Grundet,
? 1565, and his son Jens, ? s. Aar, with Bill. of a Skeleton surrounded by Lizards
and Toads; The stone, from c. 1500, originally lay over the canon Jens
Pedersen from Horsens, but his year of death is not seen; 2) over Dean Gunde
Lange, ? 1547; 3) Kanniken Niels Torkildsen, ? 1553; on the stone is later
engraved an epitaph of his son Oluf Nielsen, citizen, ? 1587; 4)
Studiosus Anders Nielsen, ? 1559, also son of Niels Torkilsen; 5) Bishop
Poul Madsen's 2nd Wife, Dorothea, ? 1563, and 3rd Wife, Catherine, ? 1567;
6) Mayor Jens Hegelund's 1st Wife, ? 1562, Daughter of Peder Ibsen;
7) very worn stone, possible over Klaus Sested to Spannetgd. and wife
Lisbet Juel, ? 1565 (with their Fig. In Legemsst.); 8) Bishop Hans
Laugesen, ? 1594, and Wife; 9) indistinct; 10) Borger Anders Bundsen, ? 1618,
and Wife; 11) Borger Hans Lassen Lime, ? 1616; 12) Citizen Jon
Pedersen Trellund, ? 1628, and Wife and Son Raadmd. Jens Jonsen, ? 1655,
and his wife; 13) Archdeacon Ægidius Lauridsen, ? 1627, Wife
and Daughter; 14) Bishop Iver Hemmet, ? 1629, and Wife; 15) Tolder
Chrf. Kjeldsen, ? 1634, and two Wives; 16) Raadmd. Mads Pedersen
Roed, ? 1635, and Wife; 17) Priest and Archdeacon Hans Olufsen, ? 1636,
and Wife; and 18) Handelsmd. in Hamburg Joach. Stamp, ? 1645 (on the
partition wall into Skeels Chapel). In the Floor of the same Ship lie several Stones,
deribl. 1) The church's oldest headstone, from Romanesque times, with vaulted surface
(see Løffler , Gravst. Pl. XVII); 2) a magnificent stone (in its original place,





 
Vedel, Priest and Royal Historian Anders Sørensen (I17050)
 
250
Orville Bundeson
mentioned in the record of Mrs Florine Laura Lemarr
Name Orville Bundeson
gender Male
Mother Mrs Florine Laura Lemarr
Other information in the record of Mrs Florine Laura Lemarr
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Deceased
Name Mrs Florine Laura Lemarr
Titles and Terms Mrs
Event Type Obituary
Event Date 15 Feb 1989
Event Place Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States
Gender Female
Age 68
Relationship to Deceased Deceased
Birth Date 21 Sep 1920
Birthplace Grants Pass, , Oregon
Death Date 15 Feb 1989
Death Date about 15 Feb 1989
Parents and Siblings
Linda Wilson Sister Female
Others on Record
Don J Unknown Male
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Bundeson, Orville Verle (I4465)
 

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