Person:Torger Romsaas (6)

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Torger Olsen Framigard Romsaas
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Name Torger Olsen Framigard Romsaas
Gender Male
Birth[1] 25 JUL 1840 Ringebu, Oppland, Norway
Baptism[2] 18 OCT 1840 Ringebu, Oppland, Norway
Marriage 05 NOV 1863 Ringebu, Oppland, Norwayto Beret Olsdatter Elvestat
Emigration[3][7] 09 APR 1866 Ringebu, Oppland, Norway
Emigration[4][8] 14 APR 1866 Norway
Immigration? 05 JUN 1866 Quebec, Canada
Immigration? 02 JUL 1866 Pilot Mound Township, Fillmore, Minnesota, USA
Natualization[9] 10 APR 1897 Minnesota, USA
Death[5] 19 NOV 1910 Daughter's home., Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Burial[6] 23 NOV 1910 North Prairie Church, Lansboro, Fillmore, Minnesota, USA
References
  1. ISBN 82-90072-23-6. Ministerialbok for Ringebu, 1832 - 1841, Series: VII. (Dølaringen Boklag, Norway?, Second Date, 1832 - 1841), Page 77, Line 71.
  2. ISBN 82-90072-23-6. Ministerialbok for Ringebu, 1832 - 1841, Series: VII. (Dølaringen Boklag, Norway?, Second Date, 1832 - 1841), Page 77, line 71.
  3. ISBN 82-90072-17-1. Ministerialbok for Ringebu 1797 - 1817., Series: V, Pages: V. (Dølaringen Boklag, Norway?, Second Date, 1797 - 1817), Page 291, Numbers 69 - 72.
  4. Hovdhaugen, Einar. Utvandringa til Amerika frå Ringebu. (Ringebu Historielag, 2630 Ringebu, Norway), 1866, Page 52.
  5. Obituary for Torger O. Romsos, from LANSBORO LEADER

    Torger O. Romsos, one of the oldest and most highly respected residents
    of Pilot Mound Township passed to his final reward at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Landskov in Minneapolis on Saturday, November 19, 1910.
    Mr. Romsos was born on July 25th, 1840, in Ringebu, Gulbrandsdalen,
    Norway and was in 1863 united in marriage to Miss Beret Elvestat. They emigrated to America in 1866 and coming to Pilot Mound Township he has made his home here ever since, his wife dying on September 22, 1882. Of the ten children born to them, six are still living, Ole and Oliver of Sarles, North Dakota, Alfred of Regent, North Dakota, Mrs. Landskov of Minneapolis, and Mathias of Pilot Mound, who were present at the funeral, and Mrs. J.A. Garrison of Carlstadt, Alberta, who could not reach here in time on account of the great distance. A brother of the deceased, Lars O. Romsos, and son of Lowry, Minnesota, were present at the funeral.
    The funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon from the North
    Prairie church and were very impressive. Mr. Romsos had long been an energetic member of that congregation and the church was elaborately decorated in black and white. Two impressive sermons were delivered, one in the Norwegian language by the present pastor, Reverend Roalquam, and one in the English language by his former pastor, Reverend n.A. Giere; the choir also rendered several beautiful selections.
    A large crowd of old neighbors and friends were in attendance to pay
    their last tribute of respect to a kind and noble gentleman.
  6. Section 8 of Arendahl Township.
  7. Probably the day they left Ringebu for the port.
  8. Probably the date the ship left Norway.
  9. Citizenship