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Johan Theodor Salvesen

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Johan Theodor Salvesen (1820-1865) of J. T. Salvesen and Co

1820 Born in Mandal, Norway, son of Thomas Salvesen and Johanne Christiane Klingenbog[1]

1843 Established J. T. Salvesen and Co

1846 Established Salvesen and Turnbull.

1847 Johan Theodor Salvesen married Anna Nathalia Salvesen in Norway[2]

1851 Johan T Salvesen 30, merchant, lived in Grangemouth with .... Salvesen 30, Thomas Salvesen 2, his daughter .... Salvesen 10 Mo, a visitor also named Salvesen 24, and a cousin Frederick Salvesen 24, a clerk[3]

1861 Nathalia Salvesen 40, ship merchant's wife, lived in Leith with Thomas Salvesen 12, Annad Salvesen 10, Niels E F Salvesen 8, Frederick M Salvesen 5, Maria N J Salvesen 4, Thedora N Salvesen 2, Henry A Salvesen 10 months[4]

1865 Died in Polmont, a timber merchant and ship broker[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. BMD
  3. 1851 census
  4. 1861 census
  5. Death Register