Lovoll, Astrid

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Lovoll, Astrid

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  • 1984-06-14 (Creation)

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The interview was conducted with Astrid Løvoll on June 14, 1984 in Volda, Norway. This interview was conducted in Norwegian and the tape is in a heavy Norwegian dialect; it has been partially translated. Also available is a copy of Astrid's memoirs, which were written in Norwegian. Also see Alf Løvoll.

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Astrid Aase Løvoll was born in 1907 in Liasgard, Volda, Norway. Her parents were Odin Kornelius Gjerder Aase and Anne Severine Sivertsdatter Liaskar, and there were five children in the family: Borghild, Astrid, Sigrid, Jenny, and Sigvald. She married Alf Løvoll, who was born in Koparnes, Norway, and had three children: Magnar, Odd, and Svanhild. All of the children were born in Bjoerlykke, Norway.


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Full Name: Astrid Elisa Aase Løvoll. Maiden Name: Astrid Elisa Aase. Father: Odin Kornelius Gjerder Aase. Mother: Ane Severine Sivertsdatter Liasgard. Paternal Grandmother: Johanne (?). Maternal Grandfather: Sivert Tobia Knutsson Ulvestadhaug. Maternal Grandmother: Ane Berte Gabrielsdatter Liasgard. Brothers and Sisters: Borghild Aase, Sigrid Aase, Jenny Aase, Sigvald Aase. Spouse: Alf Løvoll. Children: Magnar Løvoll [+1951], Odd Løvoll, Svanhild Løvoll.

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