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kivinen1
14-05-09, 21:30
Can someone please tell me what the definition of Inhysninge is in English?

Also, where is Frantzilla?

Thank you -:o

Ritva Winter
15-05-09, 00:27
Inhysing is a border, a person who does not own land.

Franssila is a common name, probably a farm. To identify the place you need to know more, parish and so on.

Rgds
Ritva W

kivinen1
15-05-09, 00:31
Thank you Ritva.

As far as the place name, I don't know, because it was where someone moved "from" when they went to a new parish, and that was all that was listed.

Kaarina
15-05-09, 01:03
Can someone please tell me what the definition of Inhysninge is in English?

Also, where is Frantzilla?

Thank you -:o

Inhysing= Inneboende ( from Swedish dictionary ) = Inherent, intringic = or lodger ( person living in furnished rooms in someone else´s home )

http://lexin.nada.kth.se/sve-eng.html

Kaarina

June Pelo
15-05-09, 01:18
It's probably the Swedish name for Rantsila, which is near Oulu.

kivinen1
15-05-09, 01:26
Inhysing= Inneboende ( from Swedish dictionary ) = Inherent, intringic = or lodger ( person living in furnished rooms in someone else´s home )

http://lexin.nada.kth.se/sve-eng.html

Kaarina

Kaarina,

In the context of the early 1700s, would this be more likely to be like a "tenant farmer"?

sune
15-05-09, 08:49
A tenant farmer is torpare i.e. crofter

Inhysing is a landless lodger who probably payed his rent by working on the farm. The lodgers were often relatives to the farmer, uncles, nephews et.c.

Sune

kivinen1
15-05-09, 09:27
Sune and others.

Thank you!