Farm in Norway
Aadalen farm #224, Løten, Hedmark, Norway
224. Aadalen. Drying. å1da £ one. - Aardalen HC. OC.2 262.Aadallen 1604.1 / 4th Aadallen, Oudahl 1616. Oudallen 1669. Oudahlen1723. * Árdalr, river-valley; 1st Led ár, Gen. of á. More often as farm name, also well known as the name of Settlements in forms Aadalen and Ardal. Enanden Form is Odalen that is influenced by ó, Page Form of á (Mail. P. 41 ogVang GN. 184). [Dokumentasjons-prosjektet (in Norweigian and Danish) [ ]Aadalen farm existed in 1842 as a farm near a nice stream presently called Svartelva which was probably called the Ardal and Ardal river valley which supported the newly developing foundry. I believe that Olea Olsdatter was born and her family worked on the farm until the factory took over the land. Several generation of Olea's grandparents lived, worked and were born on this farm back as early as 1656.
Stream with rock wall of the foundry. 2016
photo Elroy Christenson, 2016
This sign nearby the stream identifies the intensity of the
manufacturing that went on here.
photo Elroy Christenson 2016
|224. Aadalen. Udt.
å1da£en. -- Aardalen HC. OC.2 262.
Aadallen 1604.1/4. Aadallen, Oudahl 1616. Oudallen 1669. Oudahlen 1723.
*Árdalr, Elvedalen; 1ste Led ár, Gen. af á. Oftere som Gaardnavn,
ogsaa bekjendt som Navn paa Bygder i Formerne Aadalen og Aardal. Enanden Form er Odalen, der er paavirket af ó, Sideform af á (Indl. S. 41 og Vang GN. 184).
Aadalen. Udt. å1da£en. - Aardhal HC. OC.2 262.
Aadallen 1604.1 / 4. Aadallen, Oudahl 1616. Oudallen 1669. Oudahlen 1723.
(Norwegian translation in Google)
* Árdalr, Elvedalen; 1st Led ár, Gen. to get. More often that Gaard (farm) Name, recognized as acquainted with that name on the village in the form of Erne Aadalen and Aardal. a another form is Odalen, where the influence af ó, Side Form af á (Indl. S. 41 and Vang GN. 184).
(Danish translation seems more accurate, in Google)
* Árdalr, river-valley; 1st Led ár, Gen. of á. More often as Farm Name, also well known as the name of Settlements in forms Aadalen and Aardal. a
Another form is Odalen that is influenced by ó, Side Form of á (Indl. S. 41 and Vang GN. 184).
Gunnar Dyressön, bailiff in Ringerike, testament is made that he Erlend
Dyressöns recorded the testimony of three men who witnessed his
parents Statements that neither the king nor any other man possessed
something in Finn Sand (fishing grounds) in Aadalen, just as they also delivered up Explanation on
Farm's boundaries and the right to fishing. [Oluf Rygh' Norske Gaardnavn]
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