ANDERSEN (Denmark)

Meaning/Pronunciation: Pronunciation: An-der-sen Meaning: Child of Ander or Anders.

Origin: Danish

Variations: The usual feminine addition of –datter, as well as son and sson versions.

Relation to me: This is my father's mother's father's father's mother's father's mother's mother's maiden name.

Ancestors:
i: Andersdatter, Anne, 1727 – 1773, Rinkobing, Denmark; Peder Terkelsen, 5 daughters, 2 sons

ii: Pedersen, Anders, 1692 – 1751, Rinkobing, Denmark; Mette Christensdatter, 3 daughters, 1 son

iii: Bertelsen, Peder, 1660 – 1720, Hoven, Denmark; Sidsel Andersdatter, 4 sons

iv: Pedersen, Bertel, 1630 – 1691, Denmark?; unknown, 4 sons, 3 daughters

Looking for:
Definitely have more here than I will need for a good long time, as Bertel would mark the 12 ancestor from me, but any more information on this branch would always be welcome.

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