Click on the picture above and you can browse the booklet.
(The booklet itself is not translated. It’s written in Swedish.)
Carl Adolf Fredrik Törner
My granfathers father, on my mothers side, was the only child to Anders Törner and Maria Christina Dahl (Hager, Häger?). Anders Törner (1802-?) worked as “private teacher” in Göteborg with roots, many generations behind, in the north of Halland, Ölmevalla and other parishes. Maria Christina Dahl (1789-1854) lost her parents at the age of thre years when they, 1792, “drowened shoemaker Hager, his wife, the boy Dahlgren, the boy Berg, between Centralholmen and Marstrand, you found nothingt, nobody”, see picture below. She was born Hager (maybe Häger). A goldsmith, Dahl, took care of her and it was his name she had when she moved to Gothenburg where she met Anders.
C A F Törner studied to pries in Gothenburg and Lund. Han moved around and setteled after a while in Torestorp where he married Anna Brita Linnartsson. Then he got employment as assistant vicar in Drängsered, where he styed until he died. CAF Törner wrote a review 1877, you can read it here if you click on the picture above to the left.
(You can click on all pictures, as usual.)
The farm for the assistant vicar (priest) in Älmö, Drängsered, 2009
The book of the dead, Marstrands 1792
Grandfather, Lennart Törner’s, ancestors chart, 4 generations