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Inger Toudal

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« Svar #30 Dato: 18 Jul 2022 - 00:54 »
In the 1860 Census for Kragelund parish, it says: Stedet kaldet: 'Grøndalsgaard'

- 'The place called Grøndalsgaard.'

1860 Census: https://www.danishfamilysearch.com/cid8628756

- see Original source, right page, bottom

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« Svar #31 Dato: 18 Jul 2022 - 01:30 »
Thanks, Inger. I'm just trying to establish what 'the place called Grøndalsgaard' means as it appears Grøndalsgaard is in Aalborg, but the census shows the family are living in Viborg?
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« Svar #32 Dato: 18 Jul 2022 - 09:14 »

Have you seen this: https://arkiv.dk/vis/2678200


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« Svar #33 Dato: 18 Jul 2022 - 11:49 »
This is GOLD! How do you find these things, Bjarke?!
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« Svar #34 Dato: 18 Jul 2022 - 16:13 »
Correct - you find the place name Grøndalsgaard in Aalborg county, but this is another Grøndalsgaard.

In the 1860 Census that I referred to, it says Grøndalsgaard: Et Huus - so it was not a farm at that time.

Actually, the house was situated in Engesvang school district, Kragelund parish, which starts here:
http://ao.salldata.dk/vis1.php?bsid=9119&side=10 - right page

- and ends here: http://ao.salldata.dk/vis1.php?bsid=9119&side=14 - left page

The place names seen are: Engesvang, Engesvang Mark, Engbjerggaard, Engesvang Hede, Engesvanghuus,
Nederjulianehede, Elbæk, Skygge, Skyggehale, Klode Mølle, Klosterlund, Taastruplund, and Grøndalsgaard.

The person who has indexed the 1860 Census for Kragelund parish at ddd.dda.dk has left out the info about Engesvang school district !!

Map of parishes in Viborg county: https://www.dis-danmark.dk/kort/kortvibo.htm

https://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Engesvang_Sogn (from 1896)

https://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Funder_Sogn - place name Grøndal

https://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kragelund_Sogn

Grøndalsgaard, Klosterlundvej 25: https://arkiv.dk/vis/2675709

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Inger Toudal

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« Svar #35 Dato: 18 Jul 2022 - 22:16 »

Actually, the house was situated in Engesvang school district, Kragelund parish, which starts here:
http://ao.salldata.dk/vis1.php?bsid=9119&side=10 - right page

- and ends here: http://ao.salldata.dk/vis1.php?bsid=9119&side=14 - left page

The place names seen are: Engesvang, Engesvang Mark, Engbjerggaard, Engesvang Hede, Engesvanghuus,
Nederjulianehede, Elbæk, Skygge, Skyggehale, Klode Mølle, Klosterlund, Taastruplund, and Grøndalsgaard.

The person who has indexed the 1860 Census for Kragelund parish at ddd.dda.dk has left out the info about Engesvang school district !!
 

This is how I would index the 1860 Census:

Viborg, Hids, Kragelund, Engesvang Skoledistrikt, Grøndalsgaard, Et Huus, 124, FT-1860, B5393
Name:     Age:     Marital status:     Position in household:     Occupation:     Birthplace:
Anders Christensen Holdgaard     56     gift      Huusmand, Huusfader            her i Sognet
Inger Marie Andersdatter     60     gift      hans Kone            [her i Sognet]
Christen Andersen Holdgaard     31     ugift      deres Børn, tjener Forældrene            [her i Sognet]
Birthe Marie Andersen     29     ugift      deres Børn, tjener Forældrene            [her i Sognet] 

In Klosterlund, there was one farm (Jens Nicolai Anchersen with family) and a house (no residents).

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« Svar #36 Dato: 19 Jul 2022 - 01:22 »
Inger — your research skills are fantastic! Thank you so much for putting aside the time to help me with my (many) questions — I would be so confused without your help! I love the little extras you find (notes about the place names, maps of parishes, photographs) — it really means a lot to me. I wish I could send you some chocolate! I will update the information I have from the 1860 Census too. You're a star.
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