Grandchildren of Christoffer and their cousins

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Christoffer's children

Christoffer Clemetsson was married twice and had eight children.

Christoffer lived in Tåje, where his first wife was born, so the children in his second flock probably did not have any inheritance right in Tåje. Both sons in this flock became cavalry soldiers and married into households in Nybble. Their patronymic, Christoffersson, is not mentioned in the muster rolls. The main evidence for their denomination is the pattern of siblings appearing as christening witnesses within the family.

The people in Nybble

There is at least one of the families in Nybble that should be viewed together with the Christoffers-children, the children of Elisabeth Jacobsdotter. Elisabeth was married three times and had two surviving children from her first marriage and a single daughter in her third marriage.

  • Maria Ersdotter (1693 - 1751) was married to a son of Christoffer Clemetsson and had six children.
  • Jacob Ersson (1697 - 1758) lived in Nybble and was responsible for one of the cavalry soldiers in Nybble. He was married and had seven children.
  • Karin Jansdotter (1709 - 1760) was married and had two children before she was widowed. She lived in Nybble during her marriage.

Possibly the family of Kjerstin Samuelsdotter should also be included. However, her only surviving sibling, Samuel Järnberg was an upwards mobile young man who soon left the parish, and so is less interwoven with the families in Fellingsbro.

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