Johan Hartvig Detre Jacobsen
Johan Hartvig Detre Jacobsen (f. 1867) was the brother of Jenny Aagot Katrine Jacobsen. Johan Hartvig eventually settled in South Africa with his family.
Johan Hartvig Detre Jacobsen, hans kone Ellie og barna Daniel (som døde da han var 5 år), Elizabeth Marie (senere gift Hicks) og Ellie Josephine (senere Aagaard-Jensen). Bildet er sannsynligvis tatt i Australia i 1895.
Ellen Sweeney med barna Jacob («Pippin») på fanget, Otilie, Ellie, Johan og Elizabeth Marie. Dette bildet må være tatt i Norge, da Jacob ble født i 1904 og Ellen og barna først reiste til Sør-Afrika i 1906 (bilde fra Noelle Parr).
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Anetavle for Johan Detre Jacobsen (slektsgransking utført av Hans Andersen)
Søsknene Jacob (‘Pippin’) og Ellie
Inez and Dick (son of Elizabeth Marie) Hicks in Norway in 1975; Inez and Eilif Andersen (left), and Dick, Inez, Ingjerd og William (right)
From left: Nancy (daughter of Elizabeth Marie Hicks; cf. the family tree above),
Sandra and Robin (Nancy’s daughters). In the second row:
Brian (Robin’s husband) and Malcolm (Robin’s son).
Robin and Brian at Pulpit Rock in Norway 2008.
Ellie Josephine Aagaard Jensen (daughter of Johan Hartvig Detre Jakobsen; cf. the family tree above) in Norway on our National Day, May 17. Here together with Anna and Eilif Andersen and their daughters Jenny and Ingjerd.
Ellie and Inger Reidun (born Fjeldskaar) outside Ellie’s house in Herning, Denmark
Johan Hartvig Detre
From the wedding (?) of Johan Hartvig Detre and Mary Morrison in 1927.
Annella and John, children of Johan Hartvig Detre, and grandchildren of Johan Hartvig Detre Jakobsen
John and his wife Shirley, with their children Gavin, Annette and Clive
For those of you who don’t understand Norwegian:
Johan Hartvig Detre Jacobsen from Tjølling, Larvik (born 1867) was the brother of Jenny Aagot Katrine Jacobsen (born 1865). Jenny Aagot was the wife of Otto Rudolph Andersen, who was my great grandfather (the father of Eilif Andersen).
Johan Hartvig Detre Jacobsen married Ellie Agnicious Mc Sweeney (from Ireland) in Australia 1890. They migrated to South Africa, Johan Hartvig in 1903 and the remaining family in 1906.