Person:Unknown Larsdatter (2)

Unknown Larsdatter
b.est 1572
 
m.
  1. Unknown LarsdatterEst 1572 -
m. bef 1595
  1. Lars Rolleivsson KleverEst 1595 -
  2. Mari Rolleivsdatter KleverEst 1597 - 1653
  3. Kristoffer Rolleivsson KleverEst 1600 - Abt 1684
  4. Torstein Rolleivsson KleverEst 1603 - 1668
  5. Anund Rolleivsson KleverEst 1605 - Abt 1673
  6. Bergit Rolleivsdatter KleverEst 1607 - Abt 1685
  7. Kittil Rolleivsson KleverEst 1610 -
Facts and Events
Name Unknown Larsdatter
Alt Name Unknown Larsdatter Klever
Gender Female
Birth[2] est 1572
Marriage bef 1595 to Rolleiv Anundsson Lindem
References
  1.   Kirkeby, Birger. Bygdebok for Sauherad, gards og ættesoge. (Sauherad: Utgjevar Sauherad kommune, 1980-1988)
    3:93, Klevar.

    'Rolleiv Anundsson frå Nordre Lindheim bruka Klevar frå slutten av 1500-talet. Han var g m NN Larsd. av Tordenstjernætta (dotter til soknepresten i Sauherad, ...). Rolleiv var så g m dorte Jonsd. frå Gvannes. ...
    'Det er noko uklart med giftarmåla til Rolleiv. Det som er heilt visst, er at han blei gift før 1595 og at han var "svoger" til sokneprest Lauritz Matsøn i Sauherad. Dette nemner biskop Jens Nilssøn to gonger i visitasbøkene sine for åra 1574-97 ...
    Det syner seg at bispen nyttar uttrykket svoger fleire gonger i det some bokverket i meininga svigerson og ikkje i den tydinga me brukar ordet. ...

    translation: Rolleiv Anundsson from northern Lindheim farmed at Klevar from the late 1500's. He was married to NN Larsdatter of Tordenstjern lineage (daughter of the parish pastor in Sauherad). Rolleiv was also married to Dorte Jonsdatter from Gvannes. ...
    There is something unclear about Rolleiv's marriages. It is completely certain that he was married before 1595 and that he was "svoger" to the pastor Lauritz Matsøn in Sauherad. Bishop Jens Nilssøn mentions this twice in his visitation books for the years 1574 to 1597. ...
    It can be shown that the bishop uses the term "svoger" several times in the books meaning son-in-law and not in the sense that we use the word [as brother-in-law].

    The author goes on to explain why he believes that Rolleiv was the son-in-law of Lauritz Matsøn and not his brother-in-law.

  2. Birth year estimated based on estimated birth years of her husband and children.