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Lynn Christiansen

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Transcription Completion and Correction
« Dato: 17 Aug 2022 - 03:16 »
I have located the Birth entry for my 4th great grandfather (I believe) It is:

Family search 1675-1735 Nors-Tved, Hillerslev, Thisted img 20 pg 20a-2nd entry
URL https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G94H-DVCT?i=19&wc=M5KK-3YT%3A357516601%2C359600201%2C359844201%2C359826501&cc=2078555


My attempt at the transcription is as follows:
Year:1682
Margin Name: Anders
d: 30 Martÿ døbt Anders ?? ?? i Nors kaldet ANDERS {wouldn't his name be: Anders Andersen?}.susceptrix ???? Kirken, Anders ?? kone ???? ?? ??

If someone could review, correct and complete my transcription, I would really appreciate it.

Thank you....Lynn

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Research Areas: Thisted, Aarhus, Viborg

Bjarke Thyrrestrup

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« Svar #1 Dato: 17 Aug 2022 - 12:15 »
My suggestion:

https://www.sa.dk/ao-soegesider/da/billedviser?epid=17125388#517326,28047137

Anders

Den 30 Marty døbt Anders gadiß [Anders Gade's] Barn
i Nors Kaldet Anders. Susceptores Pouel
Østen Kierchen [east of the church], Anders Skredders Kone Ske-
rup [Skaarup?], Helvig fredrichßdr

And yes, his name will be Anders Andersen.


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Lennarth Nielsen

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« Svar #2 Dato: 18 Aug 2022 - 21:29 »
hi,

I have a minor correction to the word Marty. By experience I've learned that it isn't spelled with a y, but with ij, so it says Martij and not Marty. The two dots are as good as hidden by the word above, but there's another example in the first entry in 1683 on the following page, where the dots clearly show:
https://www.sa.dk/ao-soegesider/da/billedviser?epid=17125388#517326,28047138

Kind regards,

Lennarth
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Bjarke Thyrrestrup

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« Svar #3 Dato: 18 Aug 2022 - 22:30 »

Minor discussion but looks very much like a 'y' to me.

See also: https://slaegtsbibliotek.dk/920001.pdf - page 75


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Lisa Petersen

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« Svar #4 Dato: 19 Aug 2022 - 21:08 »
It could be Martii or Martij, being the genitive form of the latin word for March, Martius.

There is a little more information about y and ij on page 31 of the Skriftens historie.

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« Svar #5 Dato: 19 Aug 2022 - 22:19 »
hi,

yes, for me it could look like both y and ij as well. I just remember being corrected with this spelling by one of the really excellent readers here on the forum, Jørgen Thue Pedersen, so I thought it should always be read as ij. I found a transcription from him with Martij here:
https://forum.slaegt.dk/index.php?topic=28702.0

Which one is the correct one, I can't say for certain as the letters look the same. Here the explanation with Latin would make sense, but I can't help on that one as I unfortunately only know very little of Latin.

Maybe others can determine the letters with certainty?

Have a nice weekend :)

Lennarth
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Ole Westermann

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« Svar #6 Dato: 20 Aug 2022 - 17:36 »
What does the writer want to tell:
The 30th day in/of March  - Den 30 dag i Marts (Latin: Martius - in genitive form (as Lisa writes): Martii).
In the church record it looks like Marty - but it is NOT a y in the end - it is an ij - or as I always transcribe it: ii.
That is the only end giving a rational meaning.

mvh Ole

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« Svar #7 Dato: 21 Aug 2022 - 19:01 »
hi Ole,

thanks for the explanation and clarification.

Kind regards,

Lennarth
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