Anna Brita Nilsdotter

Female5 January 1816–

Brief Life History of Anna Brita

When Anna Brita Nilsdotter was born on 5 January 1816, in Gällared, Halland, Sweden, her father, Nils Andersson, was 42 and her mother, Helena Johansdotter, was 41. She married Carl Peter Andersson about 1840, in Gallared, Halland, Sweden. They were the parents of at least 6 sons and 4 daughters.

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Family Time Line

Carl Peter Andersson
1816–
Anna Brita Nilsdotter
1816–
Marriage: about 1840
Anna Johanna Karlsdotter
1842–1881
Johanna Helena
1845–1856
Eva Nora Carlsdotter
1849–
Nils Johan Carlsson or Andersson
1850–1865
Anders Johan Carlsson
1853–
Johan August Carlsson
1854–1856
Johanna Gustava Carlsdotter
1856–
Johan Henric Carlsson
1858–
Elof Carlsson
1859–
Johan Aron or John A. Andersson or Carlson
1861–1919

Sources (18)

  • Anna Br. Berndtsdotter in entry for Johan August, "Sweden, Halland Church Records, 1615-1904; index 1615-1860"
  • Anna Britta Nilsdotter in entry for Johan Aron Andersson, "Sweden, Halland Church Records, 1615-1904; index 1615-1860"
  • Anna Britta Nilsdotter in entry for Johanna Gustava Carlsdotter, "Sweden, Halland Church Records, 1615-1904; index 1615-1860"

Spouse and Children

  • Marriage
    about 1840Gallared, Halland, Sweden
  • Children (10)

    +5 More Children

    Parents and Siblings

    Siblings (9)

    +4 More Children

    World Events (7)

    1832

    Age 16

    Göta Canal opened.

    1848 · The March Unrest

    Age 32

    The March Unrest, or the Marsoroligheterna, was a series of riots in Stockholm in March 1848, due to news of the French Revolution. As a mob gathered and plundered shops on March 19, the militia fired shots and 18 deaths. The army arrived on March 21 for reinforcement and terminated any further rioting.

    1852

    Age 36

    Anti-Jewish riots broke out in Stockholm.

    Name Meaning

    variant of Anne , in common use as a given name in most European languages. Among people with a classical education, it has from time to time been associated with Virgil's Aeneid, where it is borne by the sister of Dido , Queen of Carthage. This Phoenician name may ultimately be of Semitic origin, and thus related to the biblical Anne. However, the connection, if it exists, is indirect rather than direct.

    Dictionary of First Names © Patrick Hanks and Flavia Hodges 1990, 2003, 2006.

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