Synonyms for jensdatter or Related words with jensdatter

jensine              nicoline              valborg              olsdatter              bolette              vilhelmine              fredrikke              dorte              petronelle              elsebeth              margrete              hedevig              ingunn              merete              gustava              nielsdatter              birgitte              leganger              kjellaug              bredal              hansdatter              jorunn              betzy              rogstad              jytte              fridolf              sigrun              kirstine              truid              andrine              frederikke              torleiv              lisbet              cathinka              riddervold              eiliv              borghild              stensson              ejner              turid              broddi              rolv              dyhre              vibeke              didrik              gunhild              bergljot              kruuse              hartvig              vigdis             



Examples of "jensdatter"
Vibeke Jensdatter (1638–1709) was a Danish merchant.
Jensdatter is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Son of Christian Jensen and Barbara Christensen Jensdatter, of Redmond, Sevier County, Utah.
He was married to Dorothea Jensdatter Bjelke (1612–1674), a daughter of the Norwegian Chancellor Jens Bjelke.
Dorte Jensdatter (1672–1722), was a Danish murder victim. She was burned alive by her neighbors, after being accused of witchcraft.
Daughter of merchant Rasmus Langeland (1712–80) and Anne Marie Jensdatter (1714–78) and married in 1761 to estate administrator Marcus Marcussen Bagger (d. 1770).
The Keystone abov the gate to No. 32 features the names Christopher Klog and Anna Jensdatter, Below the stone is a gilded Neptune figure. Klog (1696–1750), a merchant and brewer, was also director of Københavns Brandforsikring,
Ingeborg Jensdatter Akeley was the daughter of Commander Jens Werner Akeleye (1703–1772) and Martha (Bruun) Akeleye (1710–1797). In 1763, her marriage was arranged with Herman Leopoldus Løvenskiold (1739–1799), who was a member of the Norwegian Løvenskiold noble family. She was described as a well-educated but demanding beauty, him as dissimilar, and their relationship was not happy.
He was born in Sykkylven, son of Elling Sivertsen Ekornes (1878–1966) and Berte Jensine Jensdatter Vik (1884–1968). In 1933, he married Petrine Elida Tomasdatter Riksheim. In 1934, he founded the furniture company "J. E. Ekornes Fjærfabrikk" in Sykkylven. He visited the United States several times, to learn his trade.
Frederik Nannestad was born in Eidsberg, Norway, the son of pastor Christopher Jensen and his third wife, Karen Tønnesdatter Unrov. In 1732 he became the Dean in Aarhus, where he also was married to Martha Elizabeth Jensdatter Wissing on 6 August 1732. In 1742 he received his Doctorate of theology.
He was born in Modum to wheelmaker Christen Nilsen Hafnor and Anna Dorthea Jensdatter. From 1910 to 1922 he was running a lorry factory in Solum. He was chief editor of the newspaper "Telemark Arbeiderblad" from 1926 to 1928. He was elected representative to the Storting for the period 1928–1930, for the Labour Party. He died in 1962.
Dorte Jensdatter was unmarried and supported herself by spinning in the village Øster Grønning in Salling. She was suspected of having made two children as well as cattle sick by use of magic. After the death of a horse in 1722, the suspicions turned to open accusations. The owner of the dead horse and the mother of one of the dead children apprehended Jensdatter and arranged a private witch trial with the help of her neighbors. They judged her guilty of witchcraft and sentenced her to death. They tied her to a chair in her home and killed her by setting fire to her house. The woman who had accused her lit the fire.
According to Lützow, Christian Thomsen Carl married twice, both times in Copenhagen's naval Church of Holmen, and both times into the Klaumann family: on 1 June 1702, he married Dorothea Klaumann (*~1675 in Copenhagen, †1704), daughter of Peter Klaumann (*~1635, †1710) and Eleonora Theresa Dulieu (†1679); and on 19 February 1706 he married Mechtilde Magdalene Klaumann (*in or before 1682, †1711), daughter of Nicolaj Klaumann (*~1646, †1707) and Apolonia Jensdatter Snistorph (†1733).
Beinta was born in Tórshavn, the daughter of Peder Sørensen and Birgitte Marie Jensdatter Bøgvad, both of whom belonged to the Danish upper class of officials on the islands. She was married three times: in 1695 to vicar Jónas Jónasen (1660–1700) of Viðareiði, 1702 to vicar Niels Gregersen Aagaard (1672–1706) of Miðvágur in Vágar, and 1706 to vicar Peder Ditlevsen Arhboe (1675–1756), of Vágar.
He was born in Gamlebyen as a son of Ole Gløersen Debes and Maren Jensdatter Schultz. His father worked as manager of Oslo Hospital. Debes graduated from Christiania Cathedral School in 1792, and with the cand.jur. degree in 1796. He was an assessor in Akershus from 1806 to 1814 and a Supreme Court assessor from 1814 to his death. As such he participated in the Impeachment trials of 1815-1816, 1821–1822 and 1827.
Long after the legal courts stopped executing witches after the execution of Anne Palles, the belief led to private trials and lynching of alleged witches during the 18th century. On the country side in Øster Grønning in Salling in 1722, the villagers apprehended; a woman, Dorte Jensdatter, whom they suspected of having caused several deaths and problems in the village by magic, and held a private witch trial. When they were convinced, they tied her up in her own home and burned the house down with her in it; several of the villagers were later sentenced to death for her murder. Anna Klemens was the last of these lynch cases.
Cora Hansen was born in Minnesota on March 25, 1899 to Elling Clausen Skjelbreid (born 1852) and Else Marie Jensdatter Grønnøy (born 1856), farmers who emigrated to the United States from Drangedal in Telemark, Norway. In 1912 Hansen and her family moved on to Jenner, Alberta, Canada. She married a man named Richard Hansen, and they both retired in Elkwater in 1972. She moved into the Valleyview Care Centre in Medicine Hat, Alberta in her 90s. She died there on April 18, 2012 at the age of 113 years, 24 days. After her death, Merle Barwis became the oldest Canadian living person.
Harboe Meulengracht was born in Aarhus Mill which was owned by his parents but in 1769, when Harboe was 2 years old, his father committed suicide by drowning himself in the mill pond due to economic problems. When Harboe came of age he married Maren Jensdatter Schmidt (1769-1844) in 1792 and in 1794 he was granted citizenship to Aarhus where he established a trade business on Lille Torv where he built a large mansion with adjoining warehouses. He fathered 10 children including Lauritz Christian Meulengracht who later came to take over his father's business and Marie Meulengracht who married the owner of Marselisborg Manor.
Long after the legal courts stopped executing witches, however, the belief in witches led to private trials and lynching of alleged witches. In Øster Grønning in Salling in 1722, the villagers apprehended Dorte Jensdatter, whom they suspected of having caused death by magic, and executed her by burning after a private witch trial by tying her up and burning down her home with her in it. The last case is often said to have been that of Anna Klemens, who was pointed out as a witch in Brigsted at Horsens and beaten to death in 1800.
Long after the legal courts stopped executing witches, however, the belief in witches led to private trials and lynching of alleged witches. In Øster Grønning in Salling in 1722, the villagers apprehended Dorte Jensdatter, whom they suspected of having caused death by magic, and executed her by burning after a private witch trial by tying her up and burning down her home with her in it. The last case is often said to have been that of Anna Klemens, who was pointed out as a witch in Brigsted at Horsens and beaten to death in 1800.