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    Person ID I12740  Ronneberg Family | Descendants of Anders Tørresen Rønneberg I17, Decesandents of Asser Jonson Ånestad I7251, Descendants of Anna Jonsdatter Rønneberg I347, Descendants of Asbjørn Eriksen Rønneberg I282, Decesendents of Asser Ånestad I7251, Descendants of Bård Guttormsen på Rein I19139, Decesandents of Tørres Tørresen Grannes I88, Descendants of Martin Kristian Anderson Rønneberg I60, Decsendants of Tollak Sandnes I346, Tø

    Father Røyneberg, Kristian,   b. 7 Oct 1893, Rønneberg Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 15 May 1963  (Age 69 years) 
    Mother Joa, Dorthea Andreasdatter,   b. 13 Mar 1893, Joa Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 23 Apr 1987  (Age 94 years) 
    Family ID F67  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Meland, Målfrid Agate,   b. 2 Feb 1930,   d. 15 Feb 2014  (Age 84 years) 
    Children 
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    Family ID F4407  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Photos
    Martin Røyneberg and his wife Målfrid
    Martin Røyneberg and his wife Målfrid
    Bergliot Solvik
    Bergliot Solvik
    Bergliot is Eivind Oanes' wife. She is pictured with Martin Røyneberg and his wife Målfrid.
    At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
    Quartz Stone
    Quartz Stone
    Eivind Oanes, spoke with Martin Røyneberg and heard the following story.

    About 1920 this quartz stone (pictured below) was found on the Røyneberg farm in Sola Norway. At that time, Martin Røyneberg and his Uncle Einar Røyneberg lived on the farm. While excavating to drain some of the land, Einar discovered a large quartz stone near the beach at Stokkavannet. When the Germans arrived in 1940 over 3000 people were forced to evacuate from the Sola area. Martin and his father, Kristian Røyneberg, took the animals, farm equipment and the quartz stone to Øksnevad, about 15 km south of Røyneberg. They moved back to farm after the war, but left the quartz stone for some unknown reason. In 1946 a farmer’s school was established at Øksnevad. In 1947 Martin, while a student at the school, related the story of the quartz stone to the headmaster. Fifty years later, in 1997, Øksnevad videregående skole celebrated their anniversity. Martin saw the quartz stone again in the school’s garden where it still sits today.
    Kristian Røyneberg family
    Kristian Røyneberg family


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