Lundman Family

Anna Lovisa Lundman

Birth: 6 November 1801, in Stockholm, Sweden. Anna was born in the military parish of Konungens lätta liv och dragonregemente, later known as Livgardet till häst.

Baptism: 7 November 1801, in Stockholm, Sweden. Anna was baptised in the military parish of Konungens lätta liv och dragonregemente, later known as Livgardet till häst.

Father: Johan Fredric Lundman

Mother: Anna Christina (Bergström) Lundman

Married: Anders Persson on 26 December 1820, in Lästringe, Södermanland, Sweden

Children:
Orphanage record for Anna Lundman
Orphanage record for Anna Lovisa Lundman
A translation of this document is:
No.5449
Accepted for maintenance The names of the children, parentage, and foster parents. Annual maintenance
1806 Feb 14.
15
Anna Lowisa Lundman born 6 Nov 1801
No 82
Father: retired dragoon

Brought up by
The torpare widow Catharina Pehrsdotter in Wikstugan, Tystberga parish, Nyköpings län.
After the foster mother died the child was moved to the torpare Pehr Jansson at Lilla Långsjötorp in Lästringe parish, attested by the priest Johan Mollstad the 24 ? 1807

1807 13/10 received full clothing and books
8 (riksdaler banco)
1815
Nov
Expired and free pass issued, received full clothing and 1 ex of biblical histories
Notes: Anna was left at the Allmänna Barnhuset (General Ophanage) in Stockholm on 14 February 1805, when she was three years old. In addition to being an orphanage, the Allmänna Barnhuset acted as a transition point for children entering into foster care. Anna was fostered initially by a torpare widow, Catharina Pehrsdotter, in Wikstugan (Vinkstugan), Tystberga parish, Nyköpings län. Her sad life continued with the death of this foster mother in 1807, and Anna was then fostered by the torpare Pehr Jansson at Lilla Långsjötorp in Lästringe parish, where she was still living at the time of her marriage in 1820. See the notes on her husband Anders Pehrsson for their movements as a couple until Anders's death in 1861. During their time at Charlottenlund (1835 - 1841), Anna is noted in the Husförhörslängd as being "sickly". After the death of her husband, Anna continued to live at Ekeby for four years until 1865 when she moved in with her daughter Karolina Charlotta who married an naval recruit (båtsman) in 1866. Karolina's husband's position gave the family a cottage in which to live and Anna continued to live in this cottage for over 25 years until her death in 1891. In the HFL from 1886-91, Anna is noted to be receiving poor relief.

Death: 3 February 1891, at Österberga båtsmanstorp (navy recruit's cottage), Runtuna, Södermanland, Sweden

Husförhörslängd:
1820-1825: Långsjötorp, Lästringe, Södermanland
1825-1828: Gärdesta, Lästringe, Södermanland
1828-1831: Stora Näs, Ludgo, Södermanland
1831: Stora Näs, Ludgo, Södermanland
1831-1835: Sophiælund, Ludgo, Södermanland
1835: Charlottenlund, Ludgo, Södermanland
1836-1840: Charlottenlund, Ludgo, Södermanland
1841: Charlottenlund, Ludgo, Södermanland
1841-1846: Säby, Svärta, Södermanland
1846-1847: Husby, Svärta, Södermanland
1847-1865: Ekeby 1, Runtuna, Södermanland
1865-1891: Österberga båtsmanstorp (navy recruit's cottage), Runtuna, Södermanland

Sources:

Johan Fredric Lundman

Birth: 1769/70

Married (1st):
 Anna Christina Bergström on 16 March 1800, in Livgardet till häst parish, Stockholm, Sweden. Banns were read on 22 October 1799, in Livgardet till häst. Johan was married with permission of colonel and knight Uggla.

Children: Married (2nd): Vendela Ulrica Lagerström on 22 August 1813, in Kungsholmens (also known as Ulrika Eleonora) parish, Stockholm, Sweden.

Occupation: Johan was a soldier in the Dragoon Battalions of the Life Guards, a combined cavalry/infantry division of the Swedish army. In the 1798 HFL, Johan is listed as a horseman, and in 1800 and 1801 as a livdragon, indicating rank of a private cavalryman. In 1805 he is noted as being an afskedad dragon (retired dragoon), and in 1813 as avsk. liv-gardist (retired life guard).

Husförhörslängd:
1798: No 20, Kungsholmens (also known as Ulrika Eleonora) parish, Stockholm. Johan is listed as a hässman, probably as mispelling of hästman (horseman) (HFL, 1795-1799 page 188)
1800-1801: Solvisaren, No 34, Kungsholmens (also known as Ulrika Eleonora) parish, Stockholm. Johan is listed as a livdragon (HFL, 1795-1799 pages 41, 94).

Sources:

Johan Fredric Lundman

Birth: 21 June 1804, in Stockholm, Sweden. Johan was born in the military parish of Konungens lätta liv och dragonregemente, later known as Livgardet till häst.

Baptism: 25 June 1804, in Stockholm, Sweden. Johan was baptised privately by the midwife Mrs. Lemoinne, in the military parish of Konungens lätta liv och dragonregemente, later known as Livgardet till häst.

Father: Johan Fredric Lundman

Mother: Anna Christina (Bergström) Lundman

Death: 19 July 1804, in Livgardet till häst parish, Stockholm, Sweden

Buried: 21 July 1804, in Livgardet till häst parish, Stockholm, Sweden

Sources:

Johanna Fredrica Lundman

Birth: About 1798

Father: Johan Fredric Lundman

Mother: Anna Christina (Bergström) Lundman

Husförhörslängd:
1800-1801: Solvisaren, No 34, Kungsholmens (Ulrika Eleonora) parish, Stockholm (HFL, 1795-1799 pages 41, 94).

Sources:
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