|Peder Severin Andreassen of Korshavn|
|Birth:|| February 15, 1903|
|Death:|| circa 1935|
Galloway, New Jersey
|Father:||Martin Andreassen (1865-c1940)|
|Mother:||Mathilde Sophie Amalia Pedersen (1872-1949)|
|Siblings:||Sigrid Marie Andreassen (1905-1940)|
|Marriage:|| March 7, 1987 (age 92)|
122 years ago
Peder Severin Andreassen (1903-c1935) aka Peder Severin Anderson, aka Peter Schultz. (b. February 15, 1903, Austad parish, Korshavn, Vest-Agder, Norway - d. circa 1935, possibly Galloway, Atlantic County, New Jersey, USA)
He was the son of Mathilde Sophie Amalia Pedersen (1872-1949) aka Sophie Pedersen, of Farsund, Norway; and Martin Andreassen (1865-c1940) aka Martin Anderson, a sailor and farmer. His mother was previously married to Hans Andreas Carlsen Schultz (1867-1896) of Korshavn, Norway.
He was baptized on April 06, 1903 in Korshavn, Norway at his home by a lay preacher. The witness was Ole Bentsen of Korshavn (1842-1925). On August 9, 1903 the birth and baptism were recorded at the parish in Austad, Norway
Norway to USAEdit
He was traveling from Kristiansand, Norway on March 12, 1915, aboard the "Thingvalla". On this trip he was listed as "Peder Severin Schultz". He was traveling with his mother and sister: "Mathilde Sofie Schultz" and "Sigrid Marie Schultz".
He may have died around 1935 in Galloway, Atlantic County, New Jersey.
Research on Peder Severin Andreassen (1903-c1935)Edit
Harald Storaker writes in 2006: Peder Severin was born Feb 15th. Then on April 6th he was "hjemmedøpt" = baptized at home by a lay person. To the right I guess it should be written by whom. Korshavn was on an island, and for some reason, weather conditions or health conditions of the child, they did not take the chance to bring him to the church in Austad. On August 9th the baptism was confirmed in church by the pastor. In 1906 there was built a chapel in Korshavn. Just now they paint it and make it ready for 100 years anniversary. In 1969 the bridge to Korshavn was built. Then there was not so much need of a chapel on the island. But they still use it. There are services once in a month.
Peder Severin Andreassen (1903-c1935) is the second cousin, twice removed of Richard Arthur Norton (1958- ).