|Anders Andersson Finne sr. (1570-1660)|
|f.ca 1570 i Muhluniemi, Äänekoski, Savolax, Finland Död 1660 i Omsjö, Sollefteå, Ådals Liden, Ångermanland (Y-län),Okså känd som:"Finne", "The Finn", "Anders Andersson", "Anders Vinam", "Anders Brainwinde".
Son till Nybyggaren Anders Persson Tarvainen f.ca 1540 i Rautalampi, Sisä-Savo, Northern Savonia, Finland. Död ca 1618 (68-86år)i Kölsjön, Nordanstig, Hassela, Hälsingland och Lisa Johannesdotter Ojala f.1520 Lappo, Österbotten, Sverige-Finland Död innan ca. 1595 i Lappo, Österbotten, Sverige-Finland.
Anders Andersson var gift med Kristina Coolbrant/Goolbrant f.Okså känd som: "Christina Gulbransdotter"f.1589 i Sverige Död ca 1674 (80-89år)
Pål Andersson f.ca 1605 i Omsjö, Ådals-Liden, Näsåker, Sollefteå, Död 1670 i Sörgård 2:1, Nätra (Y); Per Andersson f.1610; Anders The Finn ANDERSSON, Jr Också känd som:"Anders 2" f.1610 i Omsjö, Ådals-Liden (Y),Död 1676 (65-66år)i Grundtjärn, Anundsjö (Y)
; Olof Andersson, Finne Också känd som:"The Finn" f.1625 i Omsjö, Ådals-Liden (Y)Död i Vallen 2, Junsele (Y)
; Anna Andersdotter f.1618 i Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA, United States (United States of America).Död?
: John Anderson Stalcop(stålkofta) f.1617 i Strängnäs, Södermanland Död 1685 (67-68år)i New Castle, New Castle County, DE, United States (United States of America).
; Nils Andersson f.1630 i Somme, France (Frankrike)Död 1706 (75-76år)i Åsele, Västerbotten
; Erik Andersson Stalcop (stålkofta)f.1640 i Somme, France (Frankrike)
Brita Rawson f.1641 i Västanfors, Västmanland,Död maj 1702 (60-61år)i Skedevi ; Johan John Anderson Cock f. 1648.Död 1703 (54-55år)i New Castle, DE, United States (United States of America
och Justa Anderson f.estimerat mellan 1603 och 1663.Död? Son till Anders Andersson Finne och Kristina Coolbrant/Goolbrant
Gift med Aeltie Valk f.1669 New Castle, Durham County, Province of Maryland Död 1748.
About Justa Anderson
Justa Andersson was an adult by 1670 when he joined his father in signing a letter written in haste to warn the English at New Castle of an impending attack by Seneca Indians from the north. He married, by 1676 a Dutch widow by the name of Aeltie, who was the mother of a teen-age boy named Sybrant Matthiassen Valk, then a servant for Peter Alrichs. When they took back her son into their household, constables were sent to Justa Andersson's house in New Castle to recover the boy for his master. Justa and Aeltie so verbally abused the constables that they fled in terror. Justa and Aeltie were fined 600 guilders for their behavior in the incident. Justa Andersson had no children of his own. After selling his 150 acres at Deer Point, Justa bought the inn in New Castle. He dealt extensively in real estate, both in New Castle and elsewhere. Among his dealings was the purchase of Olof Stille's original plantation in Chester (now Delaware) County, Pa., from pastor Lars Lock. Part of this land, on Ridley Creek, was then sold to widow Anna Friend, who moved with her younger children to this location.
Justa went bankrupt and the last of his New Castle property was sold by the sheriff to pay his creditors. He then moved to Cecil County, Maryland, where he was known as Justa Anderson alias Cock. When naturalized by William Penn on 32 February 1682/3, he had been called Justa Andries de Haan. The words "de haan" mean "the rooster" in Dutch, which may have been descriptive of his personality. Justa Andersson alias Cock died some time after 12 November 1695 when he was sued in the Cecil County court.
Översatt till Danska:
Justa Andersson var voksen i 1670, da han sammen med sin far underskrev et brev skrevet i hast for at advare englænderne på New Castle om et forestående angreb fra Seneca-indianere fra nord. Han giftede sig i 1676 med en hollandsk enke ved navn Aeltie, som var mor til en teenagedreng ved navn Sybrant Matthiassen Valk, dengang tjener for Peter Alrichs. Da de tog hendes søn tilbage i deres husstand, blev konstabler sendt til Justa Anderssons hus i New Castle for at hente drengen til sin herre. Justa og Aeltie mishandlede konstablerne så verbalt, at de flygtede i rædsel. Justa og Aeltie blev idømt en bøde på 600 gylden for deres opførsel i hændelsen. Justa Andersson havde ingen egne børn. Efter at have solgt sine 150 hektar på Deer Point købte Justa kroen i New Castle. Han handlede meget med fast ejendom, både i New Castle og andre steder. Blandt hans forretninger var købet af Olof Stille's oprindelige plantage i Chester (nu Delaware) County, Pa., fra pastor Lars Lock. En del af dette land, på Ridley Creek, blev derefter solgt til enke Anna Friend, der flyttede med sine yngre børn til dette sted.
Justa gik konkurs, og den sidste af hans New Castle-ejendom blev solgt af sheriffen for at betale sine kreditorer. Han flyttede derefter til Cecil County, Maryland, hvor han var kendt som Justa Anderson alias Cock. Da han blev naturaliseret af William Penn den 32. februar 1682/3, var han blevet kaldt Justa Andries de Haan. Ordene "de haan" betyder "hanen" på hollandsk, hvilket kan have været beskrivende for hans personlighed. Justa Andersson alias Cock døde nogen tid efter den 12. november 1695, da han blev sagsøgt i Cecil County Court.
About Anders Andersson Finne
Anders Andersson married Christina Goolbrant.
This family were members of the crane hook Congregation Church. Anders Andersson, better known as Anders the Finn, was sent to New Sweden from the fortress of Älvsborg in 1642/43 as a punishment. After becoming a freeman, Anders the Finn encountered difficulties with Governor Printz. Anders and his fellow freemen included in their 1653 petition the prayer that Anders the Finn be allowed "to keep the woods that the Lord Governor has judged him in forfeit of so that his wife and children may not starve to death." Printz countered by claiming it was a "legal judgment," but in a second bill of particulars, presented to Governor Rising in 1654 (again signed by Anders), the freemen stated: "As concerns the rye of Anders the Finn, we have considered his great poverty, and we went to the provost marshall Gregorius Van Dyck and asked him to go to the Governor to ask him to be a little lenient with Anders the Finn, as he would become completely impoverished by this. The Governor, however, made this out as a mutiny, which in truth can never be proven." In 1656, Anders the Finn was accused of stealing grain from the field of Pål Jönsson Mullica's wife. Anders was residing in Upland in 1661/63 when he again was involved in litigation, first as the landlord of Jacob Jongh at the time the latter eloped with Lars Lock's first wife in 1661, and then again in 1663 when he complained that Evert Hendricksson the Finn "daily commits acts of insolence before his, the deponent's, door by beating, shooting and other disorderly acts, and if nothing is done about it, he will have to leave the village in order to live in peace." Dr. Timen Stiddem confirmed his testimony, and others testified that Anders' wife did daily meet Evert the Finn in secrecy at Pål Petersson's house. Soon thereafter, Anders the Finn removed his wife and family to Deer Point, which he owned in common with Sinnick Broer and Walraven Jansen DeVos on a creek west of Christina that would soon be known as Anders the Finn's Creek, now known as Little Mill Creek. He was at this location by 19 January 1667/8 and received his own patent on 1 September 1669. A month later another patent was issurd, to Anders Andersson and 19 of his associates, to erect a mill on Anders the Finn's Creek. In 1670 he sent a note (also signed by his son Justa Andersson) warning of the approach of 25 Indians who threatened to attack the English at New Castle. The last discovered reference to Anders was a deed executed on 1 September 1673 by Anders Andersson and his wife Christina Goolbrant conveying their one third of the Deer Point plantation to their two sons, Justa Andersson and John Andersson. Anders also had daughters Anna (married to Nils Larsson Friend, and Brita(married to Olle Rawson).Denne familie var medlemmer af krankrogen Congregation Church.
Översatt till Danska:
Anders Andersson, bedre kendt som Anders Finnen, blev sendt til Ny Sverige fra fæstningen Älvsborg i 1642/43 som straf. Efter at være blevet en fri mand stødte Anders finnen på vanskeligheder med guvernør Printz. Anders og hans frilandsfæller inkluderede i deres andragende fra 1653 bønnen om, at Anders Finn måtte få lov til "at beholde skoven, som herredsmanden har dømt ham til at fortabe, for at hans kone og børn ikke skal sulte ihjel." Printz svarede igen ved at hævde, at det var en "juridisk dom", men i en anden regning, der blev forelagt guvernør Rising i 1654 (igen underskrevet af Anders), udtalte frimændene: "Med hensyn til Anders Finnens rug har vi betragtet hans store fattigdom, og vi gik til provost marshall Gregorius Van Dyck og bad ham gå til guvernøren for at bede ham om at være lidt mild med Anders Finnen, da han ville blive fuldstændig forarmet af dette. Guvernøren gjorde imidlertid dette til et mytteri, som i sandhed aldrig kan bevises." I 1656 blev Anders Finnen anklaget for at have stjålet korn fra Pål Jönsson Mullicas hustrus mark. Anders opholdt sig i Upland i 1661/63, da han igen var involveret i retssager, først som godsejer for Jacob Jongh på det tidspunkt, hvor sidstnævnte flygtede med Lars Locks første kone i 1661, og derefter igen i 1663, da han klagede over, at finnen Evert Hendricksson "dagligt begår uforskammede handlinger over for hans, deponentens, dør ved at slå, skyde og andre uordentlige handlinger, og hvis der ikke gøres noget ved det, bliver han nødt til at forlade landsbyen for at leve i fred." Dr. Timen Stiddem bekræftede hans vidnesbyrd, og andre vidnede om, at Anders' kone dagligt mødte finnen Evert i hemmelighed i Pål Peterssons hus. Kort efter flyttede finnen Anders sin kone og familie til Deer Point, som han ejede sammen med Sinnick Broer og Walraven Jansen DeVos på en bæk vest for Christina, der snart ville blive kendt som Anders Finn's Creek, nu kendt som Little Mill Creek. Han var på dette sted den 19. januar 1667/8 og modtog sit eget patent den 1. september 1669. En måned senere blev der sikret endnu et patent til Anders Andersson og 19 af hans medarbejdere til at opføre en mølle på Anders Finnens å. I 1670 sendte han en note (også underskrevet af hans søn Justa Andersson), der advarede om tilgangen af 25 indianere, der truede med at angribe englænderne ved New Castle. Den sidste fundne reference til Anders var et skøde udført den 1. september 1673 af Anders Andersson og hans kone Christina Goolbrant, der overdrog deres tredjedel af Deer Point-plantagen til deres to sønner, Justa Andersson og John Andersson. Anders havde også døtrene Anna (gift med Nils Larsson Friend, og Brita(gift med Olle Rawson).
The four known children of Anders Andersson and Christina Goolbrant were as follows:
I. Anna Andersson
II. Justa Andersson
III. John Andersson
IV. Brita Andersson married Olle Rosse/Rawson
Sources: The 1693 Census of The Swedes on The Delaware by Dr. Peter S. Craig.
From 1671 Census of the Delaware River: Anders Andersson (#81) was crossed of[ by Wharton, apparently because he had already moved to Crane Hook. He was mentioned as a neighbor in van der Veer's 1669 patent and was called Anders Brainwinde [Drannvin, brandy in Swedish] when he sold his land to Robert Jones in 1670.~~ Born in Sweden, Anders Andersson was commonly known as Anders Vinam by the Swedes and died in 1719 in Penn's Neck, Salem County, survived by his wife Anna, daughter ofJoran Joransson Bitsman (#loo) .25
1671 Census of the Delaware River
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! Phipps fam. by John R. Phipps p. 42
Name was Anders Andersson "The Finn" Modified, took The Finn out.
Modified, took The Finn out.
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Anders ANDERSSON also spelled Andres ANDRIESSEN Christina GUDSRANDTalso spelled Christina GOODBRANDT
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Phipps Fam. by John R. Phipps p.42.
"Anders Andersson, better known as Anders the Finn, was sent to New Sweden from the fortress of Älvsborg [Elfsborg] in 1642/43 as a punishment. After becoming a freeman, Anders the Finn encountered difficulties with Governor Printz. Anders and his fellow freemen included in their 1653 petition the prayer that Anders the Finn be allowed "to keep the woods that the Lord Governor has judged him in forfeit of so that his wife and children may not starve to death." Printz countered by claiming it was a "legal judgment," but in a second bill of particulars, presented to Governor Rising in 1654 (again signed by Anders), the freemen stated: "As concerns the rye of Anders the Finn, we have considered his great poverty, and we went to the provost marshall Gregorius Van Dyck and asked him to go to the Governor to ask him to be a little lenient with Anders the Finn, as he would become completely impoverished by this. The Governor, however, made this out as a mutiny, which in truth can never be proven. "In 1663, Anders the Finn removed his wife and family to Deer Point, which he owned in common with Sinnick Broer and Walraven Jansen DeVos on a creek west of Christina that would soon be known as Anders the Finn's Creek, now known as Little Mill Creek. He was at this location by 19 January 1667/8 and received his own patent on 1 September 1669. A month later another patent was issued, to Anders Andersson and 19 of his associates, to erect a mill on Anders the Finn's Creek. In 1670 he sent a note (also signed by his son Justa Andersson) warning of the approach of 25 Indians who threatened to attack the English at New Castle." "1693 Census of the Delaware Family Histories of the Swedish Lutheran Church Members Residing in Pennsylvania, Delaware, West New Jersey and Cecil County, Md. 1638-1693", Peter Stebbins Craig, J.D., SAG Publications, Winter Park, FL, 1993.
The" Fama" and "Swan" arrived from Sweden on 13 February,1643, with Anders Andersson..He is believed to have returned to Sweden in 1653 and traveled back to again in 1654 aboard the "Eagle". It sailed from Gothenburg on February 2, 1654 and arrived at New Sweden on May 22, 1654. Records list the Captain as Jan Jansson Bockhorn. Included in the list of Officers was Nils Larson, constable. Included in the list of Soldiers, Servants and Freeman was Anders the Finn, freeman. "Swedish Settlements on the Delaware", Amandus Johnson, ©1911