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Tørres Rønneberg obiturary
Tørres Rønneberg obiturary
Obit translation: My dear husband dear father and grandfather.
Business owner Tørres Rønneberg died quietly yesterday at the age of 68, 12 Dec 1913 (we believe it was 11 Dec 1913)
Thomine Rønneberg, Children, spouses and grandchildren. Funeral leaves from home (Kannikgt. 87a) Wednesday at 1:30. 
 
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Tørres' Stavanger Dampkjøkken (Steam Kitchen)
Tørres' Stavanger Dampkjøkken (Steam Kitchen)
 
 
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Valli Marie (Ronneberg) Regnell
Valli Marie (Ronneberg) Regnell
 
 
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Visit from Germany -Visitt fra Tyskland
Visit from Germany -Visitt fra Tyskland
Four German descendants of Elias Rønneberg visited Norway in 1938
By Per Rønneberg Bremnes

In the newspaper “Sunnmørsposten” in the year 1938, there is an article about “The German Rønnebergs”. In the article we can read about four members of the German Rønneberg family – Corrinna Møller (married Merzyn), Elfriede Møller (married Helmcke), Hilda Møller (married Schwindrazheim) and Wilhelm Ronneberg Møller. They were siblings, and they came to find their roots in Norway.

The siblings were the great-grand children of merchant and pilot Elias Rønneberg from Valderhaug. Elias was the brother of Rasmus Rønneberg on Larsnes and Carl Esaias in Ålesund. It is been told about Elias that he owned “half the Valderøy island”. The siblings’ grandfather was Peter Christopher Rønneberg – the son of Elias and Karen Sibylla Baade. Peter Christopher went to Germany in 1830 in the age of 18. The newspaper states that Peter Christopher was the father of the siblings, but that is not correct. They were born to Corinna Marie Charlotte Rønneberg – Peter Christophers daughter – and Fritz Møller.

In Ålesund, the siblings were met by several members of the family. In a photo taken by Sunnmørsposten, we find the siblings: Louise Rønneberg (married Bødtker), Christopher and Harald Rønneberg. The youngest members of the family were also represented. They were Christopher’s children Bjarne and Gunnar. Gunnar told me that it was great to be in the newspaper. The fact that the visitors were relatives from Germany was not important.

The visitors had a trip to Korsen before they went to the church yard in Borgund, were they visited the burial place of their great-grand parents. It was there Wilhelm should have said, ”At this moment my heart is tumbling”.

Fire tyske etterkommere av Elias Rønneberg på besøk i Norge i 1938
Av Per Rønneberg Bremnes

I avisen ”Sunnmørsposten” i året 1938 er der en artikkel om ”De tyske Rønneberg-er”. I artikkelen leser vi om fire medlemmer av den tyske Rønneberg familien – Corinna Møller (gift Merzyn), Elfriede Møller (gift Helmcke), Hilda Møller (gift Schwindrazheim) og Wilhelm Ronneberg Møller. De var alle søsken og var i Norge med skipet ”Monte Rosa” for å finne sine røtter.

Søsknene var oldebarn av handelsmann og losoldermann Elias Rønneberg på Valderhaug. Elias var bror av Rasmus Rønneberg på Larsnes og Carl Esaias Rønneberg i Ålesund. Om Elias er det blitt fortalt at han eide ”halve Valderhaug”. Søsknenes bestefar var Peter Christopher Rønneberg – sønn av Elias og Karen Sibylla Rødder Baade. Peter Christopher dro til Tyskland som 18 åring i 1830 og giftet seg der med Marie Jørgensen. Sunnmørsposten skriver at Peter Christopher var de fire søskenes far, men det er feil. Deres mor var datter av Peter Christopher. Hennes navn var Corinna Marie Charlotte Rønneberg og var gift med Fritz Møller.

I Ålesund var det flere av Rønneberg familien som tok i mot dem. På et foto som Sunnmørsposten tok, finner vi søsknene Louise Rønneberg (gift Bødtker), Christopher og Harald Rønneberg. Også den yngre garde representert ved Christopers sønner Bjarne og Gunnar. Fotoet er tatt på Valderøy der hvor det gamle Rønneberghuset stod. En av dem som er med på dette bildet - Gunnar Rønneberg - fortalte meg at det var stor stas å komme i avisen. At de besøkende var slektninger fra Tyskland lå den yngre garde mindre vekt på.

Reisefølget besøkte Korsen før de dro ut til kikegården i Borgund, hvor de besøkte familiegravstedet hvor deres oldeforeldre hviler. På gravstedet skal Wilhelm Ronneberg Møller – som var prest – ha
sagt: ”Nå banker mitt hjerte”.  
 
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Warren 'Skip' Ronneberg
Warren "Skip" Ronneberg
 
 
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Warren and Janice Ronneberg
Warren and Janice Ronneberg
Engagement picture. Janice and Warren are the parents of Warren (Skip) Ronneberg. 
 
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Warren Ronneberg
Warren Ronneberg
Warren Ronneberg taken when working for Wells Fargo Bank in San Francisco, CA 
 
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Wedding gift
Wedding gift
This spoon was given as a wedding gift to Benhard Emil Oanes and Ingeborg Maria Røyneberg 18 Aug 1917 by Arne and Einar Rønneberg. 
 
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Wenche Klouman
Wenche Klouman
 
 
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Wilhelmina Emelia Anderson
Wilhelmina Emelia Anderson
Wife of Trygve Ronneberg 
 
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Wilhelmina Emelia Anderson
Wilhelmina Emelia Anderson
Wife of Trygve Ronneberg 
 
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Willa and Trygve Ronneberg at the Claremont.
Willa and Trygve Ronneberg at the Claremont.
claremont Hotel 1941 
 
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Willa Ronneberg
Willa Ronneberg
With her Grandchildren. 
 
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Willa Ronneberg
Willa Ronneberg
Willa Ronneberg serving Kristin birthday cake. 
 
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Willa Ronneberg and her children at 38 Tunnel Rd, Berkeley, CA
Willa Ronneberg and her children at 38 Tunnel Rd, Berkeley, CA
Willa, Janet, Terres and Warren (pouting) at the Ronneberg home, 38 Tunnel Rd, Berkeley, CA  
 
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Young Terres Albert Ronneberg
Young Terres Albert Ronneberg
Terres Albert on the sun porch at The Ronneberg Home 38 Tunnel Road (now 20 Oak Ridge), Berkeley, CA 
 
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Ådne Gjesdal
Ådne Gjesdal
 
 
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