Marita Olsson (Larsdtr. Spildo) Vesterheim

(born 1667)

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Marita Olsson (Larsdtr. Spildo) Olsson Vesterheim
1667
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1667
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Marita Olsson Larsdtr. Spildo Vesterheim was born in 1667. She was born into the Larsdtr. Spildo family and married into the Olsson Vesterheim family.
Updated: February 06, 2019
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1676 - 1762 1676 - 1762
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1701 - 1752 1701 - 1752
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1676 - 1742 1676 - 1742
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1675 - 1742 1675 - 1742
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