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 Ane Marie Håland
Ane Marie Håland
A newspaper article describing her funeral. 
 
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 T. Rønneberg  Packer and Exporter of Canned Goods
T. Rønneberg Packer and Exporter of Canned Goods
Translation by Terry Ronneberg

Tørres Rønneberg belongs to the pioneers of canned food industry in Stavanger. He started his first factory in 1881, in one of the barn buildings at the Kampen Farm, close to today\'s Kampen school. These premises, far out in the country, became quickly unsuitable as production increased. Rønneberg therefore bought, in 1888, Rosenkilde\'s former property at the end of Vågen, and furnished the seaside house to the cannery factory. From 1898, the business was also expanded to include \"public cuisine\" serving up to 800 servings of dinner each day.

The property in Nedre Strandgate was taken over by the Stavanger municipality in 1916, while the Rønneberg Preserving Company moved in 1917 into a new building in Tanke Svilandsgate.

When Tørres Rønneberg died in 1913, the operation of the company was led by his two sons, Arne and Einar. In the 1930s, the company was now experiencing the same problems as the rest of the industry, and had to repeatedly refinanced, while the firm was also converted into a corporation.

The operation at the Tanke Svilandsgate factory lasted until 1975. The company still exists as a property company.
 
 
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12” mortars at Fort Stevens Oregon
12” mortars at Fort Stevens Oregon
This picture was taken by Uncle Thurlow’s brother Max in the 1930’s. These 12”mortars (along with the 10 inch guns at Battery Russell) might of sunk Japanese sub I-25 which was shelling the area back in 1942, but the new commander relied on the radar on the Washington side to determine the sub’s position instead of the plotting people at Fort Stevens. The Fort Stevens Coast Artillery was the best in the nation and the plotting people had that sub in range for a brief moment but the new commander refused to fire at it in fear of giving away our positions. The troops were so disgusted with him that many went AWOL and got drunk. The old commander would of said “Shoot at those bastards, even if we don’t hit them!!!” My good friend Harry Duncan, who lead the Band of the 249th, said the Japanese shelled the new dugout at the baseball field just in front of Battery Russell. Uncle Thrulow was at Battery Russell that day and Aunt Mabel, who was at Fort Columbia on the Washington side, thought it was just the guns of Battery Russell in practice fire. I (Bruce Stennett) have a piece of the shrapnel from a Japanese 6" shell. A wicked looking piece of steel it is. Harry Duncan also said we had Japanese naval cadets touring Fort Stevens and Battery Russell back in the ‘30’s so they knew where everything was anyway!!

Our Uncle Thurlow went on to the South Pacific, as did Uncle Norman, who was in the Navy preparing for the invasion of Japan. Uncle Thurlow fought the Japs with 105 mm fire, blasting them out of their tunnels in the Phillippines.   Uncle Thurlow would chuckle when he talked about those days.
 
 
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1859 Kammerlader - Norwegian breech loader
1859 Kammerlader - Norwegian breech loader
Thore Larsen Døving was a gunsmith in the mid 1800's. It is believed that Thore made the gun pictured. It is about a .75 caliber breech loader. It was hidden from the Germans during WWII and only recently discovered on a family farm in southwest Valldal Norway. Bruce Stennett's mother told him that Thore made firearms for the royalty at Kongsvinger where he would go "sporting" with the King of Sweden. On the chamber block is inscribed T. Doving 1859. 
 
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1910 Census
1910 Census
1910 US Census. Trygve Rønneberg and his wife in San Francisco, CA 
 
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1930 US Census
1930 US Census
The circled entry is the entry for Trgyve Rønneberg and his family in Berkley CA. 
 
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1940 Census listing Trygve and Wilhelmina Rønneberg
1940 Census listing Trygve and Wilhelmina Rønneberg
 
 
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1977 letter from Mossi
1977 letter from Mossi
This is page 1 of 2 pages written by Anne Therese (Mossi) Rønneberg (nee Nilsen) to her relatives in the USA just after returning from a trip to visit Janet Sedgwick in Los Angles, California. This letter belongs to Sherry Simpson. 
 
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A bio of Nathal Ronneberg taken from the Norwegian American Technical Journal, February 1930
A bio of Nathal Ronneberg taken from the Norwegian American Technical Journal, February 1930
 
 
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A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF TRYGVE RONNEBERG (1880-1942)
A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF TRYGVE RONNEBERG (1880-1942)
Written by Terres Ronneberg on September 11, 2007 and updated on June 18, 2012 
 
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A brief History of the Alfred Harold Hovdestad Family
A brief History of the Alfred Harold Hovdestad Family
Prepared for the Hovdestad Family Reunion
October 8, 2006
Stewart Valley, Saskatchewan 
 
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A new mission for the hero of Telemark
A new mission for the hero of Telemark
Aged 90, Joachim Ronneberg, who lead a daring raid on a heavy water plant in Telemark, preventing the Nazis building the atomic bomb, now feels a duty to talk about the mission. Story by Paul Kendall Permission to reprint by Telegraph.co.uk 
 
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A Tribute to Odd Nilsen
A Tribute to Odd Nilsen
Written on behalf of the faculty of the Oslo University and translated into English by Odd's first cousin, Jens Erik Rønneberg 
 
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A young Gyda Andersen Rønneberg
A young Gyda Andersen Rønneberg
 
 
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Aasta Charlotte Rønneberg Meyer
Aasta Charlotte Rønneberg Meyer
Per Rønneberg Bremnes mother. 
 
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Abel Håland and Tomine Marie Konradsdotter Venøy
Abel Håland and Tomine Marie Konradsdotter Venøy
 
 
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Abel Håland and Tomine Marie Konradsdotter Venøy's headstone
Abel Håland and Tomine Marie Konradsdotter Venøy's headstone
Status: Located;  
 
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Abel Håland obiturary
Abel Håland obiturary
Translation: My dear husband, our dear father, father-in-law, brother, brother-in-law and Uncle, Abel L. Haaland died quietly today at Figgjo December 12, 1957. Tomine Håland children-in-law, children, grandchildren and siblings. The funeral takes place at Høyland Church, Wednesday 18 at 2pm. Family and friends are requested to attend. Dad did not want flowers. 
 
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Adam Larsen Berge Sporaland and his wife Hanna Serina Lansdotter Bjelland
Adam Larsen Berge Sporaland and his wife Hanna Serina Lansdotter Bjelland
 
 
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Adam Larsen Berge Sporaland Obituary.
Adam Larsen Berge Sporaland Obituary.
Translation: Our dear father, (father's)grandfather and great-grandfather Adam Larsen Sporaland passed away quietly today in the belief of his Savior. Sporaland died 26 January 1912. The funeral takes place Thursday February 1. 
 
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Agnella Rønneberg Meyer
Agnella Rønneberg Meyer
Per Rønneberg Bremnes' great aunt. 
 
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Agnella Rønneberg Meyer
Agnella Rønneberg Meyer
 
 
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Agnes Refsland Ronneberg Freeberg
Agnes Refsland Ronneberg Freeberg
Status: Located; Headstone 
 
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Alf Rønneberg Meyer
Alf Rønneberg Meyer
 
 
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Alfred Haugland
Alfred Haugland
 
 
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Alfred Haugland
Alfred Haugland
 
 
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Alice (Friestad) Nelson
Alice (Friestad) Nelson
Obituary Ottawa Daily Times 
 
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Alida Rønneberg
Alida Rønneberg
Per Rønneberg Bremnes' Great-great Aunt 
 
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Alida Rønneberg
Alida Rønneberg
Mother to Arthur, Julius, Alf and Agnella Rπnneberg Meyer 
 
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Alida Rønneberg with children
Alida Rønneberg with children
Four of the children are Alida's -Authur, Julius, Alf, Agnella
Two belong to Anna Rønneberg -Harald, Arnold
Alida and Anna were sisters. 
 
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Alma Braun Rønneberg
Alma Braun Rønneberg
Dtr. Hildegard, son Sigurd Philip and Anna Rønneberg 
 
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Alma Maria Olene Nygaard
Alma Maria Olene Nygaard
 
 
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Alvin Ronneberg's Obituary
Alvin Ronneberg's Obituary
News-Times, Newport, OR 
 
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Anders Tørresen Rønneberg
Anders Tørresen Rønneberg
 
 
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Anders Tørresen Rønneberg and Family
Anders Tørresen Rønneberg and Family
 
 
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Anders Tørresen Rønneberg death record
Anders Tørresen Rønneberg death record
 
 
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Anderson Family
Anderson Family
 
 
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Andreas Andersen Rønneberg's christening record
Andreas Andersen Rønneberg's christening record
Andreas Andersen was christened 27 Jan 1847 in Sola, Norway. 
 
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Andres Gabriel Anderson Death Certificate
Andres Gabriel Anderson Death Certificate
 
 
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Andres Nygård
Andres Nygård
4th child of Olina and Christian
He was called Andrew in America 
 
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Andrew and Martha Anderson's Marriage License
Andrew and Martha Anderson's Marriage License
Andrew Anderson married Marths Osmundson on 18 Mar 1875 in Chicago, Illinois 
 
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Andrew Gabriel Anderson
Andrew Gabriel Anderson
Andrew is pictures with his wife Martha Osmundson and daughter Alma  
 
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Ane Maria Andersdatter Rønneberg's christening record
Ane Maria Andersdatter Rønneberg's christening record
Ane Maria was christened 9 Sep 1860 in Sola, Norway 
 
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Ane Marie Håland
Ane Marie Håland
Status: Located;  
 
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Ane Marie Håland's obiturary
Ane Marie Håland's obiturary
Translation: Our beloved mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, sister-in-law and Aunt Ane Bertelsen died quietly today, with faith in her Savior, at the age of 7. Årreberg / Sviland, June 7, 1966. Bjarne and Signe, Ludvig and Ketura, Margaret and Adolf Toralf Grandchildren, great-grandchildren, siblins, brothers-in-law, nieces and nephews. The funeral takes place at Sviland chapel Saturday at 2pm. All that wish to come are warmly welcome. 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Anna Arentsen Friestad Obituary
Anna Arentsen Friestad Obituary
 
 
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Anna C. Arentsen (Friestad) headstone
Anna C. Arentsen (Friestad) headstone
Status: Located;  
 
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Anna Holmboe
Anna Holmboe
 
 
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Anna Johanne Øwre, Joachim Gotsche Holmboe and Sara Wilhelmine Holmboe
Anna Johanne Øwre, Joachim Gotsche Holmboe and Sara Wilhelmine Holmboe
(English)
The picture shows TNG ID I20774 Anna Johanne Øwre and TNG ID I20773 Joachim Gotsche Holmboe with their daughter Sara Wilhelmine Holmboe

(Norsk)
Bildet viser TNG ID I20774 Anna Johanne Øwre og TNG ID I20773 Joachim Gotsche Holmboe med deres datter Sara Wilhelmine Holmboe 
 

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