Nr 13 29 Mar?, 12 Apr, Skärstad, Bond(en) Per Olofsson änka H(ustru) Anna Jönsdotter, Wattenfot, 76(year,2(month)
Must be the mother of Olof as she is born 1701 ==> then we also know the name of the father Per Olofsson which sound logic as the son is called Pehrsson the son of Pehr
Father Per Olofsson we have in Järvsö AI:4 (1754-1766) Bild 96 / sid 90 (AID: v135788.b96.s90, NAD: SE/HLA/1010096) that he was born 1701 and died in 1764 63 years havnt found him in the death records see Järvsö EI:1 (1722-1809) Bild 32 (AID: v135852.b32, NAD: SE/HLA/1010096)
Different epidemic fever diseases. "Röta" as in "rötfeber" means putrefaction. "Feber" = fever. A group name of different epidemic fevers such as typhoid fever or typhus fever or blood poisoning. The name "rötfeber" arose due to blood in a dissolved condition, and the diseases were characterized by victims with sickeningly bad breath.
↑ Järvsö EI:1 (1722-1809) Image 49 (AID: v135852.b49, NAD: SE/HLA/1010096)
Nr 11,2,Mar,13 Mar, Skästra, Bond Olof Pehrsson, Rötfeber?, 60
↑ 8 pages where all the belongings are split between the children Järvsö tingslags häradsrätt FII:4 (1790-1799) Image 94 / page 89 (AID: v152095.b94.s89, NAD: SE/HLA/1040049)
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Olof by comparing test results with other
carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Olof: