Swedish

Table 1 (17)

Kerstin Randklef2, Agnis Nilsdotter1 & Måns Essing1

A1

Kerstin Randklef 

B

Aug 23, 1711

  

Kerstin lived in

  

  

D

Oct 22, 1749

  

Edsåsen, Undersåker.

  

  

D

Nov 18, 1739

  

  

S

Olof Persson Edberg 

B

1711

  

  

  

  

D

Jun 10, 1788

  

  

B1

Petrus "Per" Edberg[1] 

B

1744

  

  

Table 5

  

D

May 6, 1810

Hålland

  

B2

Agnis Edberg 

B

Jun 5, 1747

  

  

Table 6

  

D

Jul 24, 1820

Djupsjön, Kall

  

B3

Esten Edberg 

B

Jun 5, 1747

  

  

Table 7

  

D

May 31, 1791

Edsäsen

  

 

I {Inger Qvarnström} actually thought I would begin the genealogical tables with Måns Essing, but since Agnis had two earlier children, I will take them in order of age.  See page .

October 25

I {Olof Persson Edberg} because of my old age and infirmity and because I am a widower am concerned about needing nursing care to live, which in old age can be required.  Because I have confidence in my son, Pehr Ol ofsson, and his wife, I feel compelled to make the following request, namely:

If my son and his wife undertake this request then for as long as God is pleased to grant me life, they are to provide me with all of the services I need.  They are also to provide me with care and food as necessary until the day of my death and to provide a decent burial after my death.  Consequently, I assure my son that he shall receive all of my few belongings that are left after my death without protest from my other children.  But in case God would rather not let me suffer and ta kes me after a short time then Pehr Olofsson with the trust in which I have appointed him should leave a little to my other children to the extent that he thinks best.

Thus being of free will and of sound mind, it is hereby agreed, arranged, and acknowledged in the presence of the undersigned witnesses.

                        Undersåker on October 21, 1785

                        Witness:         Elof Bewin

                                                Olof Persson Edberg

                                                Henrik Nilsson of Swensta

 

Both witnesses affirmed this as correct.

Judgment

Within six months after the death of Olof Pehrsson, the testimony on these Recorded Minutes shall again be brought before the Court and then a final decree will be made.

 

 

 

 

 

Photograph (18)

 

 

 

 

This photograph of the smelting-house was taken around 1870.  The view is towards the west.  The smoke is from the smelting-house chimneys.  The old smelting-house is in the middle.  The machine house is to the lower left and the large coalhouse is to the right.  The toaster-house is between the smelting-house and the coalhouse.  The dressing plant and the long ore channel are in the background.