Rune Schmidt Qvist

M
     Rune Schmidt Qvist er søn af Erik Schmidt og Helene Qvist.
Far-Nat*Erik Schmidt
Mor-Nat*Helene Qvist

Mie Schmidt Qvist

K
     Mie Schmidt Qvist er datter af Erik Schmidt og Helene Qvist.
Far-Nat*Erik Schmidt
Mor-Nat*Helene Qvist

Steffen Qvist

M
     Steffen Qvist er søn af Mogens Eilert Qvist og Karin Jensen.
Far-Nat*Mogens Eilert Qvist
Mor-Nat*Karin Jensen

Børn af Steffen Qvist og Berit (?)

Berit (?)

K

Børn af Berit (?) og Steffen Qvist

Melissa Qvist

K
     Melissa Qvist er datter af Steffen Qvist og Berit (?)
Far-Nat*Steffen Qvist
Mor-Nat*Berit (?)

Klaes Qvist

M
     Klaes Qvist er søn af Steffen Qvist og Berit (?)
Far-Nat*Steffen Qvist
Mor-Nat*Berit (?)

Niels Christiansen Lose

M, f. 19 januar 1854, d. 1919
     Niels Christiansen Lose var maskinmester. Han blev født 19 januar 1854 i Kraghave, Tingsted, Falsters Nørre, Maribo. Han blev døbt 17 marts 1854 i Tingsted Kirke, Tingbanken 9 A, Tingsted, Falsters Nørre, Maribo.1 Niels blev gift 24 april 1891 i Klosterkirken, Kirkepladsen 1, Nykøbing F., med Frederikke Caroline Mortensen.1 Niels Christiansen Lose døde i 1919.

Folketællinger og boliger

Folketælling1880Nykøbing Landsogn, Nykøbing F.2

Barn af Niels Christiansen Lose og Frederikke Caroline Mortensen

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S3] , Kirkebog.
  2. [S5] Arkivalier Online, online http://www.sa.dk/content/dk/ao-forside, Niels Christiansen Lose, Mand, 26, 1854, Gift, husfader, smedesvend
    Alma Henriette Olivia Bjørn, Kvinde, 26, 1854, Gift, hans hustru
    Amanda Marie Kirstine Lose, Kvinde, 0, 1880, Ugift, deres datter.

Frederikke Caroline Mortensen

K, f. 27 februar 1865
     Frederikke Caroline Mortensen blev født 27 februar 1865 i Nykøbing F. Hun blev døbt 28 maj 1865 i Klosterkirken, Kirkepladsen 1, Nykøbing F..1 Frederikke blev gift 24 april 1891 i Nykøbing F., med Niels Christiansen Lose.1

Barn af Frederikke Caroline Mortensen og Niels Christiansen Lose

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S3] , Kirkebog.

Georg Gram Johansen

M

Familie: Georg Gram Johansen og Lise Jensen

Poul Clemens Jørgensen

M
     Poul Clemens Jørgensen er søn af Carl W. Jørgensen og Bente von Linstow.
Far-Nat*Carl W. Jørgensen
Mor-Nat*Bente von Linstow

Anne Marie Mogensen

K, f. 22 november 1895, d. 7 april 1979
     Anne Marie Mogensen blev født 22 november 1895 i Klejtrup, Rinds, Viborg. Anne blev gift 1 november 1917 i Viborg Domkirke, Skt. Mogens Gade 4, Viborg, med Holger Nielsen Wackerhausen. Anne Marie Mogensen døde 7 april 1979 i København, i en alder af 83 år. Hun blev bisat fra Ålholm, København.

Barn af Anne Marie Mogensen og Holger Nielsen Wackerhausen

Bettina Claudius Dal von Linstow

K
     Bettina Claudius Dal von Linstow er datter af Finn Claudius Dal og Anette Ursula von Linstow.
Far-Nat*Finn Claudius Dal
Mor-Nat*Anette Ursula von Linstow

Christina Claudius von Linstow

K
     Christina Claudius von Linstow er datter af Finn Claudius Dal og Anette Ursula von Linstow.
Far-Nat*Finn Claudius Dal
Mor-Nat*Anette Ursula von Linstow

Daniel Claudius von Linstow Dal

M
     Daniel Claudius von Linstow Dal er søn af Finn Claudius Dal og Anette Ursula von Linstow.
Far-Nat*Finn Claudius Dal
Mor-Nat*Anette Ursula von Linstow

Heidi Liza von Linstow

K
     Heidi Liza von Linstow er datter af Torben Filskov og Liza von Linstow.
Far-Nat*Torben Filskov
Mor-Nat*Liza von Linstow

Susanne von Linstow

K
     Susanne von Linstow er datter af Torben Filskov og Liza von Linstow.
Far-Nat*Torben Filskov
Mor-Nat*Liza von Linstow

Ole von Linstow

M
     Ole von Linstow er søn af Torben Filskov og Liza von Linstow.
Far-Nat*Torben Filskov
Mor-Nat*Liza von Linstow

Anne Andersen

K, f. cirka 1736
     Anne Andersen blev født cirka 1736. Anne blev gift med Peder Hansen. Anne blev gift med Niels Jensen.

Folketællinger og boliger

Folketælling1787Vinderup, Sandby, Tybjerg, Præstø1

Barn af Anne Andersen og Peder Hansen

Barn af Anne Andersen og Niels Jensen

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S7] Dansk Demografisk Database, URL http://ddd.dda.dk, Niels Jensen, 44, Gift, Gmd, Mand, M
    Anne Andersdatter, 51, Gift, Kone, K
    Karen Pedersdatter, 19, Ugift, Konens barn, K
    Maria Nielsdatter, 5, Ugift, Deres barn, K.

Peder Hansen

M
     Peder blev gift med Anne Andersen.

Barn af Peder Hansen og Anne Andersen

Johannes Laurits Julius Hansen1

M, f. 5 januar 1862, d. 9 august 1937
     Johannes Laurits Julius Hansen blev født 5 januar 1862 i Grenå. Han blev døbt 8 april 1862 i Grenå Kirke, Torvet 12, Grenå. Han var 1 juni 1877 postelev. Han var 1 april 1887 postekspedient i Odense. Johannes blev gift 26 oktober 1887 i Viborg Domkirke, Skt. Mogens Gade 4, Viborg, med Margrethe Elisabeth Fallesen.2 Johannes Laurits Julius Hansen var 1 maj 1910 postekspedient i Århus. Han var 1 marts 1911 postmester i Langå, Middelsom, Viborg. Han var 1 oktober 1916 postmester i Skanderborg. Han gik på pension 30 november 1923. Han døde 9 august 1937 i Villa Zenta, Risskov, Hasle, Århus, i en alder af 75 år.

Folketællinger og boliger

Folketælling1880jernbanestationen, Køge3
Folketælling1890Banegårdsvej 10, Århus4

Barn af Johannes Laurits Julius Hansen og Margrethe Elisabeth Fallesen

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S351] Toke Nørby, DDPE.
  2. [S3] , Kirkebog.
  3. [S7] Dansk Demografisk Database, URL http://ddd.dda.dk, Conrad Theodor Friderich Oluf Møller Schübeler, 50, Gift, Kjøbenhavn, Husfader, Kammerjunker, Premierlieutenant, Stationsforstander, M
    Hulda Sofie Schübeler, 33, Gift, Kjøbenhavn, Husmoder, K

    Johannes Laurits Julius Hansen, 18, Ugift, Grenaa, Postassistent, M.
  4. [S5] Arkivalier Online, online http://www.sa.dk/content/dk/ao-forside

Karen Nielsdatter

K, f. 20 maj 1816, d. 11 januar 1883
     Karen Nielsdatter blev født 20 maj 1816 i Gerlev, Slagelse, Sorø. Hun var datter af Niels Andersen og Anna Maria Sørensdatter. Karen Nielsdatter blev døbt 23 juni 1816 i Gerlev, Slagelse, Sorø. Karen blev gift 8 maj 1837 i Gerlev, Slagelse, Sorø, med Niels Olsen, søn af Ole Jørgensen og Karen Jensen. Karen Nielsdatter døde 11 januar 1883 i Glenwood, Sevier, Utah, USA, i en alder af 66 år. Hun blev bisat fra Glenwood, Sevier, Utah.
Far-Nat*Niels Andersen f. 17 Apr 1785, d. 29 Maj 1859
Mor-Nat*Anna Maria Sørensdatter f. 17 Apr 1790, d. 9 Maj 1859

Børn af Karen Nielsdatter og Niels Olsen

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S7] Dansk Demografisk Database, URL http://ddd.dda.dk, Niels Andersen, 49, M, Gift, Gaardmand, Møllebygger men ??????
    Ane Marie Sørensdatter, 44, K, Gift, Hans Kone
    Karen Nielsdatter, 18, K, Ugift, Deres børn
    Lars Nielsen, 11, M, Ugift, Deres børn.
  2. [S7] Dansk Demografisk Database, URL http://ddd.dda.dk, Niels Andersen, 55, M, Gift, Gaardmand
    Ane Marie Sørensdatter, 50, K, Gift, hans kone
    Niels Olsen, 34, M, Gift, deres Svigersøn
    Karen Nielsdatter, 24, K, Gift, hans kone,Datter af de Ældre
    Søren Nielsen, 3, M, Ugift, deres Tvillingbørn
    Bolette Nielsen, 3, K, Ugift, deres Tvillingbørn.

Niels Olsen

M, f. 28 december 1805, d. 11 januar 1888
Richard L. Jensen fortæller i Utah History Encyclopedia:

Danish immigration and life in Utah

Denmark supplied more immigrants to Utah in the nineteenth century than any other country except Great Britain. Most of these Danes--nearly 17,000--were converts to the LDS Church, heeding an urgent millennialistic call to gather to "Zion."

Generally, Danes were relatively slow to respond to the enticements of America. But the stirrings of the revolutionary year 1848 left Denmark with a liberal constitution (1849) providing for freedom of religion, without the repressive backlash that numbed much of the rest of Europe. This was fertile soil for Mormon proselytizing, initiated in 1850 by Erastus Snow and three fellow believers--a Dane, a Swede, and an American. Benefiting from religious awakenings kindled by Baptists, Methodists, and reformers within the Lutheran state church, the Latter-day Saints also moved forward on their own in less-traveled byways, particularly in northern Jutland. A key to their success was the cadre of enthusiastic young local recruits--many of them journeyman artisans--who soon devoted their full energy to proclaiming the Mormon message. A significant part of that message was the doctrine of the gathering. Thus Danish Latter-day Saints were in the vanguard of emigration from their homeland to the United States.

Danish emigration to Utah began January 31, 1852, when a group of nine Mormons left Copenhagen for Hamburg, continued by steamer to England, and eventually sailed from Liverpool with nineteen additional Danes who joined them there under the leadership of Erastus Snow. Arriving in New Orleans, they traveled by river steamboat up the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers to present-day Council Bluffs, where they joined a larger company of Mormon emigrants for the overland journey to Utah. It took these first Danish emigrants nine months to reach Salt Lake City; thousands who followed took much the same route. New Orleans was the American port of entry until New York and other eastern ports supplanted it in 1855. A few companies sailed directly from Hamburg to America.

Scandinavian converts traveled together, often as part of larger companies including British LDS emigrants, on ships chartered by Mormon agents. After travel by rail or river steamboat, immigrants reached a frontier outfitting post where arrangements were made for their final overland trek to Utah. Beginning in 1869 steam powered the entire journey to Utah, by ship and by rail.

The peak of Danish emigration to Utah came in the years 1862 and 1863, when tensions in Europe were reaching a boiling point over Denmark's attempted annexation of Schleswig, and while the Civil War raged in the United States. In those two years alone nearly 2,000 Mormons emigrated from Denmark, the vast majority destined for Utah. Some, subject to military service, were leaving to avoid becoming cannon fodder in Denmark's armed conflict that would soon break out with Prussia and Austria.

The heaviest Danish Mormon immigration came during the first formative quarter-century of the Latter-day Saint settlement of Utah. No exclusively Danish communities were established, although the village of Mantua in Box Elder County was predominantly Danish in its earliest years. Danes played particularly significant roles in the settlement of Box Elder and Cache counties in the north and of Sanpete and Sevier counties in the south. Sanpete County's Danish-born residents made up twenty-four percent of its population in 1870; with their children born in Utah they were undoubtedly more than one-third of the county's population. One-third of all the Danes in Utah were located in Sanpete County. Droll Danish humor became part of popular Sanpete folklore. Also in 1870, 10.5 percent of Box Elder County's residents were born in Denmark, as were 7.8 percent of Cache County's residents. Although emigration from Denmark to Utah declined after the 1860s, still 10 percent of the state's population in 1890 either were born in Denmark or had at least one parent born in Denmark. Mormon leaders consistently encouraged assimilation, and many Danish converts began to learn English before emigrating. After reaching Utah, wherever possible, they were asked to participate fully in the activities of local Mormon English-speaking wards (congregations). Still, LDS "Scandinavian Meetings" organizations served as a secondary focal point for religious, social, and cultural activities in the mother tongue. Scandinavians joined forces for outings and reunions, choirs, and dramatic productions. Partly because of the central place the Scandinavian LDS Meetings held among the immigrant community, such organizations as Dansk Broderskab (Danish Brotherhood) enjoyed only limited participation in Utah.

Periodicals in their native language served combined audiences of Danes and Norwegians, and sometimes Swedes as well. The most successful of these was the Danish-Norwegian newspaper Bikuben (The Beehive), published in Salt Lake City from 1876 through 1935 (under LDS Church ownership in later years).

Whether disaffected or in search of economic opportunities, some Danish LDS immigrants originally bound for Utah left their traveling companies in the Midwest, or returned there after experiencing Utah. Many of these were among early settlers of Iowa and Nebraska. After a sojourn in Utah and Idaho in the 1860s, Jens (later James) Borglum and his family settled down in Nebraska, where he became a physician. His son Solon, born in Ogden, became a prominent sculptor, as did son Gutzon, born in southern Idaho, who later created the massive monumental sculpture at Mount Rushmore.

After the coming of the railroad to Utah in 1869 Presbyterians, Methodists, Baptists, and Lutherans established churches and schools in Utah aimed specifically at reclaiming Scandinavians from Mormonism. This became a significant factor in the education of many Danish-American youth and won a limited number of proselytes.

The majority of early Danish immigrants to Utah came from agricultural backgrounds. Among the remainder, artisans outnumbered unskilled laborers. While some had been prosperous and the majority were able to at least pay for the ocean voyage to America, most were relatively poor by the time they reached Utah. Several devoted much of their means to help with the expenses of fellow immigrants.

The number of Danish natives living in Utah peaked in 1900 at 9,132 and then declined gradually as more died than immigrated. Yet as late as 1960, Danes and their children made up one-tenth of the state's "foreign stock"--residents who either were born outside the United States or had at least one parent born outside the US. While the 1980 census estimated that only 998 Utah residents were born in Denmark, 137,941 Utahans had at least one Danish ancestor. Continuing interchange with Denmark was facilitated by a Danish consulate for Utah and Nevada in Salt Lake City.

The influence of Danes on the development of Utah is mirrored only slightly in official place-names. Elsinore, Sevier County, was named after the Danish town housing the legendary castle of Hamlet. Jensen, Uintah County, took its name from Lars Jensen, who built a ferry on the Green River. Danish nicknames were more common in the nineteenth century; Mantua was nicknamed "Little Copenhagen," and several communities were often called "Little Denmark."

Anthony H. Lund (1844-1921), who settled in Sanpete County, was Utah's most prominent Danish-American. An 1862 immigrant, Lund served as a member of Utah's territorial legislature. As counselor in the First Presidency of the LDS Church for twenty years, as Church Historian, and as a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, Lund exerted a significant influence on the development of Utah and of his church.

In his art, poetry, and social criticism C. C. A. Christensen (1831-1912) was a representative spokesperson for Utah's Mormons and Scandinavians. His "Mormon Panorama", a series of historical paintings accompanied by a lecture, memorialized early Mormon history.

Andrew Jenson (1850-1941), a self-taught historian, made major contributions to the preservation of Utah and Mormon history.

Language barriers hindered full participation by many bright and capable Danish immigrants in Utah society. Frederik Ferdinand Samuelsen (1865-1929) emigrated to Utah after serving as a member of the Danish parliament. From 1925 to 1927 he presided over weekly Scandinavian meetings in the Assembly Hall on Temple Square in Salt Lake City. A close friend indicated that Samuelsen was deeply disappointed that his lack of fluency in English precluded his further involvement in public life.

Other Danes were influential in their communities and made significant contributions in their professions or vocations. As long-time bishop in Gunnison (1876-1900), strong-willed Christian A. Madsen (1822-1907) helped shape that town. Sophie Valentine (1861-1940), a poet and author of short stories, served as associate editor of Bikuben. Christian Daniel Fjeldsted (1829-1905) was one of the First Seven Presidents of Seventies in the LDS Church. Peter W. Madsen (1852-1922) founder of Madsen Furniture Company, was prominent in business affairs in Salt Lake City.

See: William Mulder, Homeward to Zion (1957) and Mulder, "Scandinavian Saga," in Helen Z. Papanikolas, ed., The Peoples of Utah (1976)

     Niels Olsen blev bisat fra Glenwood, Sevier, Utah, USA. Han blev født 28 december 1805 i Gudum, Slagelse, Sorø. Han var søn af Ole Jørgensen og Karen Jensen. Niels Olsen blev døbt 2 februar 1806 i Gudum, Slagelse, Sorø.1 Niels blev gift 8 maj 1837 i Gerlev, Slagelse, Sorø, med Karen Nielsdatter, datter af Niels Andersen og Anna Maria Sørensdatter. Niels Olsen immigrerede før 1868 til USA. Han døde 11 januar 1888 i Glenwood, Sevier, Utah, i en alder af 82 år.
Far-Nat*Ole Jørgensen f. 25 Feb 1777, d. 26 Sep 1857
Mor-Nat*Karen Jensen f. 15 Aug 1767, d. 26 Mar 1834

Børn af Niels Olsen og Karen Nielsdatter

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S3] , Kirkebog.
  2. [S7] Dansk Demografisk Database, URL http://ddd.dda.dk, Niels Andersen, 55, M, Gift, Gaardmand
    Ane Marie Sørensdatter, 50, K, Gift, hans kone
    Niels Olsen, 34, M, Gift, deres Svigersøn
    Karen Nielsdatter, 24, K, Gift, hans kone,Datter af de Ældre
    Søren Nielsen, 3, M, Ugift, deres Tvillingbørn
    Bolette Nielsen, 3, K, Ugift, deres Tvillingbørn.
  3. [S7] Dansk Demografisk Database, URL http://ddd.dda.dk, Niels Olsen, 40, Gift, Huusmand og Dagleier, Gudum Sogn i Sorø Amt, M
    Karen Nielsdttr, 29, Gift, Hans Kone, Gjerløv S i Sorø A, K
    Søren Nielsen, 8, , Deres Søn, Do [Gjerløv S i Sorø A], M.
  4. [S7] Dansk Demografisk Database, URL http://ddd.dda.dk, Niels Olsen, 45, Gift, Husmand og daglejer, Gudum, Sorø Amt
    Karen Nielsdatter, 34, Gift, Hans Hustru, Gerlev, Sorø Amt
    Søren Nielsen, 13, Ugift, Deres barn, Gerlev, Sorø Amt
    Jørgen Nielsen, 3, Ugift, Deres barn, Her i Sognet
    Ole Jørgensen, 72, Enkemand, Husfaderens far, aftægtsmand, Sorterup, Sorø Amt.
  5. [S259] Folketælling. Neils OLSEN, Self, M, Male, W, 75, DEN, Laborer, DEN, DEN
    Karen OLSEN, Wife, M, Female, W, 65, DEN, Keeping House, DEN, DEN.

Ole Jørgensen

M, f. 25 februar 1777, d. 26 september 1857
     Ole Jørgensen blev født 23 februar 1777 i Skellebjerg, Løve, Holbæk. Han blev døbt 25 februar 1777 i Skellebjerg, Løve, Holbæk. Ole blev gift 1 december 1805 i Nordrup, Ringsted, Sorø, med Karen Jensen. Ole Jørgensen døde 26 september 1857 i Sorterup, Slagelse, Sorø, i en alder af 80 år. Han blev bisat fra Sorterup, Slagelse, Sorø, 30 september 1857.

Folketællinger og boliger

Folketælling1834Tyvelse, Sorterup, Slagelse, Sorø1
Folketælling1840Sorterup, Slagelse, Sorø2
Folketælling1850Fårdrup, Vester Flakkebjerg, Sorø

Barn af Ole Jørgensen og Karen Jensen

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S7] Dansk Demografisk Database, URL http://ddd.dda.dk, Ole Jørgensen, 59, Gift, Inderste og Dagleier, M
    Karen Jensdatter, 66, Gift, hans Kone, K
    Magrethe Hansdatter, 7, Ugift, Pleiedatter, K.
  2. [S7] Dansk Demografisk Database, URL http://ddd.dda.dk, Kirsten Andersdatter, 38, Enke, lever af sin Lod, K

    Ole Jørgensen, 63, Enke, Tjener hos Enken, M.

Karen Jensen

K, f. 15 august 1767, d. 26 marts 1834
     Karen Jensen blev døbt 15 august 1767 i Gudum, Slagelse, Sorø. Karen blev gift 1 december 1805 i Nordrup, Ringsted, Sorø, med Ole Jørgensen. Karen Jensen døde 26 marts 1834 i Tyvelse, Sorterup, Slagelse, Sorø, i en alder af 66 år.

Folketællinger og boliger

Folketælling1834Tyvelse, Sorterup, Slagelse, Sorø

Barn af Karen Jensen og Ole Jørgensen

Ursula Danco1

K

Barn af Ursula Danco og Oluf Helge Heil

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S149] Qvistgaard slægtswebsite, online ukendt url.

Clara Sofia Danco-Heil1

M
     Clara Sofia Danco-Heil er søn af Oluf Helge Heil og Ursula Danco.
Far-Nat*Oluf Helge Heil
Mor-Nat*Ursula Danco

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S149] Qvistgaard slægtswebsite, online ukendt url.

Erik Laursen1

M

Familie: Erik Laursen og Lisbeth Qvistgaard Holvert

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S149] Qvistgaard slægtswebsite, online ukendt url.

Bent Qvistgaard Holvert1

M
     Bent Qvistgaard Holvert er søn af Hans Frederik Holvert og Grethe Elisabeth Hulda Qvistgaard.
Far-Nat*Hans Frederik Holvert f. 5 Apr 1910, d. 3 Mar 1983
Mor-Nat*Grethe Elisabeth Hulda Qvistgaard f. 22 Mar 1907, d. 2002

Børn af Bent Qvistgaard Holvert og Mette Bager

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S149] Qvistgaard slægtswebsite, online ukendt url.

Mette Bager1

K

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S149] Qvistgaard slægtswebsite, online ukendt url.

Claus Holvert1

M
     Claus Holvert er søn af Bent Qvistgaard Holvert og Mette Bager.
Far-Nat*Bent Qvistgaard Holvert
Mor-Nat*Mette Bager

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S149] Qvistgaard slægtswebsite, online ukendt url.