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201 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Ronneberg, R.R. (I29656)
 
202 24 Feb Bærheim, Olav (I25945)
 
203 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Ronneberg, S.C. (I29685)
 
204 2nd wife Lomeland, Kirsten ? (I12668)
 
205 3 barn Kuschke, Emma Othilia (I19108)
 
206 3 barn med hr. Nordheim Gjerdrum, Wenche Rønneberg (I14009)
 
207 4 barn med hr. Rønneberg Lind, Anne Lise (I20935)
 
208 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kirkebø, E.M. (I23549)
 
209 40 Deerhurst St. Camarillo, CA 93018 805-987-5431

Stephen George Messmer / OBITUARY

Camarillo, CA

Camarillo- Steve, 68, passed away at USC Norris hospital after a short, hard-fought battle with Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumors, a rare stomach cancer. He was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, lived in Glendale where he graduated from Hoover High School. He attended Glendale Jr. College and graduated from Cal State Northridge, where he met his wife, Susan Rae Strane.

He found early love for athletics. Mostly baseball and tennis, likely chosen to avoid being inside doing homework. His natural ability and love for tennis led to playing in the US Army from 1972-1974. He toured and taught tennis from 1974-1988, which was followed by becoming a medical sales representative with the growth of his family.

He is survived by his 3 daughters, Jennifer, Katy, and Karryn, and his son John. He also had 7 grandchildren, Maya, Natalie, Heidi, Tyler, Peyton, Ari, and Daxtin.

Spending time with family, cooking, golfing, boys trips to the rivers and mountains, and politics is what he loved most.

His celebration of life will be held, Saturday, June 10 at Crossroads Community Church. 161 Plaza La Vista, Camarillo CA 93010 with reception to follow at River Ridge Golf Club, 2401 W. Vineyard Ave. Oxnard CA 93036

Published in Ventura County Star on May 27, 2017 
Messmer, Stephen George (I13279)
 
210 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hovdestad, W.R. (I15444)
 
211 47 år gammel da han var selveier, bygslet han 2.5 pund 3 mrksmør under Vestvik, på det vilkår at han giftet seg med enkenetter Lars. I skiftet etter Johannes, var netto eigen 90 rdl ogdertil jordegodset. I Vestvik eide han 1 laup 9 mrk smør medbygsel i Norda Habbestad, 12 mrk smør og i Valo øvre, 5 mrk smøruten bygsel. Han hadde fostret 5 kviger, 3 kalver, 5 stuter, 32smale, 5 griser, 1 hest, 1 merr med føllo g ei uten. I buet vardet 2 kårdar, 1 børse, 2 makrellnøter,kve rn og 3 kopparkjeler.Johannes var kirkeverge forMostrakyrkj a og lagrettemann.Owner of his farm when he was 47, plus renting 2.5 pounds and 3marks butter under Vestvik, on the condition that he marriedLars' widow. In the settlement after Johannes, his net fortunewas 90 rdl and his farm. In Vestvik he owned 1 laup 9 mrkbutter, the right to rent out in Northern Habbestad: 12 mrkbutter, and without settling rights, he rented 5 mrk butter inupper Valo. He had raised 5 young cows, 3 calves, 5 bulls, 32sheep, 5 pigs, 1 horse, 1 mare with - what is the name forbaby-horse - (colt) and one mare without - that name again(colt). Among his possession swere 2 swords, 1 rifle, 2mackerel-nets, a grinder and 3 bras skettles. Johannes was thechurch guardian for Mostra church an dalso a judge. Vestvik, Johannes Anderson (I2915)
 
212 48 år i 1664. Bruker fra 1647 til etter 1683. 48 years old in1664. User from 1647 to after 1683. Under Berge, Rasmus II. Jonsson (I1611)
 
213 4th Earl of Dundonald Cochrane, John Campbell (I28910)
 
214 5 barn Skjelbred, Elen Bergitta Berntsdtr. (I18994)
 
215 5 barn. 5 children. Usken, Birgita Olausdtr. (I3450)
 
216 5921 Squire Wells Way
Riverbank, CA 95367-9680 
Hansen, Kayla (I31128)
 
217 6 children Hemrestrøen, Ragnhild Lassesdotter (I21708)
 
218 6/6-1757: Dratt til Hollan for tre år siden. 6/6-1757: Went toHolland three years later. Gabrielsen, Ommund (I563)
 
219 6417 Hillegass, Oakland, CA Anderson, Cyrus Alvin (I28267)
 
220 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Ronneberg, D.M. (I29811)
 
221 6th Duke of Malborough Spencer-Churchill (Stewart), George (I29875)
 
222 6th Earl of Galloway Stewart, Alexander (I29871)
 
223 7 barn med hr.Munthe-Kaas Rønneberg, Anna Rasmunda (I20753)
 
224 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Sedgwick, C.E. (I26368)
 
225 7th Duke of Marlborough Spencer-Churchill, John (I29876)
 
226 7th Earl of Derby Stanley, James (I28948)
 
227 7th Earl of Galloway

Date of birth given for John Stewart was 13 March 1736, which is after the death of his mother who died in 1710 
Stewart, John (I29851)
 
228 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Renneberg, N.J. (I13783)
 
229 800-tallet, norsk småkonge, etter sagatradisjonen sønn av GudrødVeidekonge, som tilhørte Ynglingeætten. H. arvet det nordligeVestfold og la under seg Opplandene og Viken. Druknet ved åkjøre gjennom isen på Randsfjorden. Far til Harald Hårfagre.Tradisjone nom H. er historisk usikker. Egen anmerkning: Kunnskapsforlagetanslår at H. må ha druknetfø r 850. Det stemmer da ikke atsønnen Harald kan være født ca865 , som samme kilde angir.Slaget i Hafrsfjord er antatt å havær t ca 872, jmf. feiringenog bautaen ved Hafrsfjord. Haraldmå h a vært vel voksen, så deter trolig at han var født før 850. About 800 ad. Norwegian,local king, according to the sagas son of Gudrød Veidekonge(travelling king), who was of theYnglinge-c lan. H. inheritedthe northern part of Vestfold andconquered Op plandene and Viken(inner part of Oslofjord).Drowned after falli ng through the icein the Lake Randsfjorden.H. was the father o f Harald Fair-hair.The story about H. ishistorically uncertain . Our own note:The encyclopedia "Kunnskapsforlaget" estimatestha t H. must havedrowned before 850. The does not match theirow n record on hisson, Harald, who they estimate to have beenbor n around 865.The battle of Hafrsfjord supposedly took placeabo ut 872,according to the celebration and the monument byHafrsfjo rd.Harald must then have been an adult, so he wasprobably bor nbefore 850. Halfdan Svarte (I13055)
 
230 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Ronneberg, C.M. (I19204)
 
231 8th Earl of Galloway Stewart, Admiral George (I29872)
 
232 8th New York Cavalry in Civil War McOmber, Van Rensselaer (I25201)
 
233 A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF TRYGVE RONNEBERG (1880-1942)
Written by Terres Ronneberg on September 11, 2007 and updated on June 18, 2012

Trygve Ronneberg was born to Tørres Ronneberg (1845-1913) and Thomine "Zilla" Thorsen Kortvold (1847-1920) on 27 September 1880 in Stavanger, Norway. His baptism took place in the Stavanger Cathedral on 22 October 1880. Trygve was the fourth of nine children.
He received his primary education in his native land, Norway. Then, he attended Porsgrunn Technical School in Norway for two years. Thereafter, he continued his education in two German technical schools: first he attended technical school in Ilmenau, Thuringen, Germany, then he went to northern Germany and finished his technical schooling in Neustadt, Mecklinburg, Germany in 1902 becoming a civil engineer specializing in structural engineering.
Engineer Ronneberg immigrated to the United States in 1900 aboard the ship, St. Paul, and then he traveled to Chicago to work with his brother, Nathal Ronneberg, in the firm of D.H.Burnham Construction Company. In 1902, Trygve returned to Norway for a visit and to Neustadt, Germany where, I believe, he submitted his final drawings for his technical degree. There is a photograph, taken in 1902 in Germany, with Trygve in a large group of people who were, perhaps, members of a fraternal organization. Also, I have the drawings that Trygve submitted to Neustadt Technical School dated 1902.

The Hamburg Passenger List shows that Trygve returned to New York on 16 August 1902 aboard the ship--Blucher. His passage took him from Hamburg, Germany to Boulogne, France, to Southampton, England and finally to New York. Again, in 1905, Trygve traveled to Norway for a visit--this time returning via Ellis Island, New York on 15 September 1905 aboard the ship Campania. He returned to Chicago, Illinois with two hundred and fifty dollars in his pocket--quite a sum of money in those days.

In 1907, Trygve was sent by the firm, D.H. Burnham Construction Company ( Offices were located at 1915 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco), and he remained with the firm until approximately 1910. He worked for the Willis Polk Company to San Francisco to be the head supervisor of the twenty floor "Hobart Building" located on Market Street in San Francisco. He remained with the Polk firm until 1916. It was the Willis Polk firm who did much of the work for the 1915 Pan American Exposition in San Francisco. From 1916 to 1919, Trygve Ronneberg was the engineer and business manager for Louis P.Hobart. Sometime around 1918 he established his own business with his office located in the Crocker Building in San Francisco. Trygve was the structural engineer for the following buildings in San Francisco: the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph (a twenty-six story, 500 ft. building, built in 1924, which was the tallest building of the time in San Francisco, the Hobart Building, which has twenty stories, and is still considered one of the most handsome office buildings in the world, the Union Oil Building; the California Bank Building, the O'Connor & Moffitt Building, the Steinhart Aquarium, part of the California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park, and the Legion of Honor Building, overlooking the Golden Gate and presented to the city of San Francisco by Mrs. Adolph Spreckles-considered one of the most beautiful buildings in the world. He was also the structural engineer for the Crocker Estate and Crocker First National Bank Building, as well as the Post Office in Portland,Oregon. He was the assistant architect of the Army and Navy YMCA Building (on the Embarcadero in San Francisco), and he planned the foundation and steel frame for the reconstruction of the San Francisco Chronicle Building. Trygve also helped design the unique high steel arch feature of the Pennsylvania Railroad Station in New York City, which was also known as Penn Station. It is believed that Trygve worked with Willis Polk when he designed the Willis Polk/Sunol Water Temple in 1910.

Before leaving Chicago for San Francisco, Trygve married Wilhelmina Emilia Anderson of Chicago on 30 January 1907. They lived at 1278 Sacramento Street in San Francisco, California until approximately 1912 when the family moved to Berkeley, California. Trygve had a house built at 38 Tunnel Rd. Berkeley,which was designed by Willis Polk, the famous architect. In 1938, Trygve and Wilhelmina moved to their summer home in Inverness, California where he lived until his death.
Trygve and Wilhelmina had three children, Terres Albert (1911-1985), Janet Madeline (1914-2006) and Warren Anderson (1917-1986). Terres was born in San Francisco. Janet and Warren were born in Berkeley, California.
Trygve received his Naturalization papers on 20 November 1911 from the Superior Court of San Francisco, California.
In 1920, for a third and final time, Trygve went to Norway to visit his family. He returned to San Francisco, California aboard the ship Mauretania on 13 March 1920, which left from Southampton, England.

A pocket watch, owned by Warren Anderson (Skip) Ronneberg, was given to Trygve Ronneberg by M.H. DeYoung with an engraving on the back watch cover “M.H. DeYoung in appreciation of services as Superintendent of Construction of the Chronicle Building, 1909.” This watch is engraved with the initials “TR” on the front cover.

Trygve died in Los Angeles, California on 3 November 1942 of pulmonary edema and a cerebral hemorrhage. He and his wife, Wilhelmina, are interred in the mausoleum, which is located in the Sunset View Cemetery in Kensington, California. 
Rønneberg, Trygve (I4490)
 
234 A gold prospector in Alaska and the Yukon. According to the 1930 census, August immigrated in 1871.
In1930 August Gussefeld was living at 480 Ellis Street, Apt. 335, San Francisco, California, USA. This may have been a boarding house. 
Gussefeld, August (I24765)
 
235 A gunsmith at Kongsvinger Festning in Norway. He made fire armsfor the royalty and is said to have gone "sporting" with the King of Sweden. His relatives in Norway have a gun (kammerlader- breech loader .75 caliber) with his name enscribed on the breech. It was hidden from the Germans during WWII and recently discovered on a family farm. Døving, Thore Larsen (I26895)
 
236 A ninth generation descendant of Erland of Odensland (b1240)She is of the noble family Dahl. Magdalene Nilsdtr. (I5194)
 
237 Able was born as Abel Folgero
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Larsen (Folgero), Abel (I3097)
 
238 Abraham tjenestegjorde i den Amerikanske marinen, og ble dreptda krigsskipet Maine eksploderte i Manilla under denSpansk-Amerikanske krigen. Abraham served in the Amercan Navy, and waskilled when thewar-s hip Main exploded in Manilla during theSpanish-Americanwar. Anfindsen, Abraham Teodor (I16358)
 
239 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Weston, J.M. (I29820)
 
240 According he had one son and two daughters. There names areunknown to us. Hofseth, Elias (I23161)
 
241 according to 1900 census Hetland, Rasin Hansson (I22653)
 
242 according to 1900 census Hetland, Olava Kristensdotter (I22581)
 
243 according to 1900 census Nevland, Gurine Larsdotter (I21975)
 
244 According to 1900 census, Dorothea immigrated from Germany in 1873. According to the 1910 census, Dorothea immigrated from Germany in 1873. Living in San Jose, CA in 1910 according to the 1910 census. 243 Vine St. San Jose, CA Schwieger, Dorothea Elizabeth (I24756)
 
245 According to Clarence’s obituary, he retired from Firestone Tire and Rubber Company in Denver, Colorado and moved to Rapid City to be close to his grandchildren.

He attended schools in the Lead area and was employed at Homestake Gold Mine during the Depression years.

He served in the U.S. Navy Seabees from 1943 to 1945, and he helped construct fuel-storage facilities for the Navy at Pearl Harbor. Clarence married Gladys Lyons in 1952 in Lead. 
Ronneberg, Clarence William (I29602)
 
246 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Røyneberg, G. (I19581)
 
247 According to his daughter, Joan Ronneberg, Erdmann Messmer Sanborn, her father George Michael Maria Messmer was born in France but lived in Munich, Germany until he came to the USA with his sister at age 15. Messmer, George Michael Maria (I13276)
 
248 According to Per Meyer Bremnes, Thorolf emigrated to UnitedKindom early in his youth. Meyer, Thorolf Rønneberg (I24968)
 
249 According to Per Rønneberg Bremnes, Aagot emigrated to theUnited Kingdom. Meyer, Aagot Rønneberg (I24970)
 
250 According to Per Rønneberg Bremnes, “Nils Mechlenburg was baptized Nils Hansteen after his father Jens Hansteen. He may have by his own choice chanted his name to Mechleburg but more likely it was due to “pressure” from the Mechlenburg family. Mechlenburg, Jens (Hansteen) (I29044)
 

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