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Israel Israelsson Näslund III (1796-1858)
Israel Israelsson Näslund III
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Birth: January 28, 1796 (1796-01-28) (220 years ago)
Näs
Högsjö, Sweden
Death: May 15, 1858 (age 62)
Ytterlännäs, Sweden
Father: Israel Israelsson Näslund I (1755-1837)
Mother: Elsa Eriksdotter (1759-1833)
Siblings: Erik Israelsson Näslund (1791-1873)
Spouse/Partner: Johanna Gustafva Ruuth (1800-1860)
Marriage: March 23, 1821 (age 25)
Hedes parish, Jämtland, Sweden
Children: Johan Israel Näslund (1822-1906)
Carl Gustaf Näslund (1825-1899)
Elsa Maria Elisabeth Näslund (1829-1907) ^
Olof Emanuel Näslund (1829-1906)
Note(s): ^ Winblad line
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Israel Israelsson Näslund III (1796-1858) was the 17th curate at Torsåkers parish, Västernorrland, Sweden for the Church of Sweden. He died of smallpox in 1858. (b. January 28, 1796; Högsjö parish, Västernorrland, Sweden - d. May 15, 1858; Ytterlännäs parish, Västernorrland, Sweden)

NameEdit

He appears to be the first person in the family to use Näslund as a family name, a family name was required to attend college. His father has the name "Näslund" as a retronym. He is Israel Israelsson Näslund III because he had a younger brother of the same name that died at birth.

ParentsEdit

Full siblingsEdit

EducationEdit

He was registered in Härnösand's school in 1806 and became a student at Uppsala University in 1818.

MarriageEdit

He married Johanna Gustafva Ruuth (1800-1860) on March 23, 1821 in Hedes parish, Jämtland, Sweden. Johanna was the daughter of Johan Christopher Ruuth I (1768-1822) a minister; and Catharina Maria Martinel (1773-1813).

ChildrenEdit

MinistryEdit

He was ordained June 6, 1819 to curate in Hedes parish, Jämtland, Sweden, vacancy preacher in Hedes parish, Jämtland, Sweden in 1822, again curate 1826, appointed preacher temporarily in Svegs parish, Jämtland, Sweden on May through August of 1828, in September of 1828, he was appointed reverend in Hedes parish, Jämtland, Sweden, where he was then appointed assistant minister March 03, 1830, entered 1831. He was vicar in Frösöns parish, Jämtland, Sweden, November 25, 1835, entered May 01, 1836, got the title "vice vicar", honor and dignity the August 17th the same year named; empowered vicar in Torsåker-Ytterlännäs February 13, 1839, entered May 01, 1841, was at head of the pastoral custody in Torsåkers gäll April 10, 1844 through October 31, 1846.

DeathEdit

He died on May 15, 1858 of smallpox. Sweden had its last smallpox epidemic in Stockholm late in the autumn of 1873. On May 16, 1863, there was a smallpox outbreak when a seaman returned from Indonesia infected with the virus.

Swedish ecclesiastical biographyEdit

  • 18. Israel Næslund (1841-58), f. 28 jan. 1796 i Högsjö, son af nämndeman Israel Näslund och Elsa Ersdotter i Näs by. Inskrefs i Hsands skola 1806 och blef stud. i Upsala. 1818; prästv. 6 juni 1819 till past. adj. i Hede, vakanspred. därstädes 1822, åter past.adj. 1826, t. f. past. i Sveg maj-aug. 1828, i sept. s. å. v. past. i Hede, där han utn. till komm. 3 mars 1830, tilltr. 1831. Komm. på Frösön 25 nov. 1835, tilltr. 1 maj 1836, erhöll 17 aug. s. å. vice pastors namn, heder och värdighet; befullm. komm. i Torsåker-Ytterlännäs 13 febr. 1839, tilltr. 1 maj 1841, förestod tillika pastoral-vården i Torsåkers gäll 10 apr. 1844-31 okt. 1846. Afled 15 maj 1858 i smittkoppor. Var för sina åhörare en god lärare, som förstod och hade förmåga att ställa allt till det bästa, och för sin familj en kärleksfull fader. Under sin långvariga tjänstgöring i Hede fick hans hälsa genom upprepade förkylningar en svår knäck. Hans förklaring, att han höll sig till Jesu kors allena, bär vittne om hans sinnelag. G. på Östbacken i Hede 23/3 1821 m. Johanna Gustafva Ruuth, f. 11/1 1800, dotter af khden i Hede Joh. Christopher R. och Cath. Maria Martinell; d. i Ytterlännäs prästg. efter svår sjukdom 15/2 1860. Barn: Johan Israel, f. 26/5 1822 i Hede, khde i Ragunda; Carl Gustaf, f. 28/3 1825, prost och khde i Arnäs; Olof Emanuel, f. 29/4 1829, kommiss. landtmätare i Hsand, d. i Ragunda prästgård 17/9 1906, Elsa Maria Elisabeth, f. 29/4 1829, tvilling, g. 7/8 1855 m. folkskolläraren o. organisten Anton Julius Winblad i hans 2:dra gifte; dessutom en dotter. (Original Swedish)

Komminister (curates) of YtterlännäsEdit

Curates of Ytterlännäs, Sweden:

RelationshipsEdit

Israel Israelsson Näslund III (1796-1858) was the third, great-grandfather of Richard Arthur Norton (1958).

ResearchEdit

  • Researched and written by Richard Arthur Norton (1958) for Findagrave starting on August 22, 2003. The information was migrated to Familypedia on March 17, 2007‎.
  • On April 19, 2013 Richard Arthur Norton (1958) wrote Elisabeth Grafström, the komminister of Ytterlännäs and asked her if Israel Israelsson Näslund III (1796-1858) had a tombstone in the cemetery. She did not write back.

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AncestorsEdit

Israel Israelsson Näslund III (1796-1858)'s ancestors in three generations
Israel Israelsson Näslund III (1796-1858) Father:
Israel Israelsson Näslund I (1755-1837)
Paternal Grandfather:
Israel Olofsson Näslund (1727-1771)
Paternal Great-grandfather:
Olof Persson (1678-1738) of Västansjö
Paternal Great-grandmother:
Karin Israelsdotter (1690-1753) of Mörtsal
Paternal Grandmother:
Dordi Johansdotter (1727-1804) of Lästa
Paternal Great-grandfather:
Johan Eriksson (1703-1773) of Nyland
Paternal Great-grandmother:
Ella Grelsdotter (bef1710-aft1727)
Mother:
Elsa Eriksdotter (1759-1833) of Lästa
Maternal Grandfather:
Erik Abelsson (1736-?) of Lästa
Maternal Great-grandfather:
Abel Nilsson (1702-1741) of Lästa
Maternal Great-grandmother:
Brita Nilsdotter (bef1720-?)
Maternal Grandmother:
Anna Johansdotter (bef1745-?)
Maternal Great-grandfather:
Maternal Great-grandmother:

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