Julius Kornelius Anderson Øvresæt1

M, b. 31 January 1894, d. 10 March 1972
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Barbara Joyce Zanzig
ChartsErik Sjursen and Brithe Iversdatter's Descendants
Julius Øvresæt 1894-1972
     Ahnentafel/Henry number 00015.42.
     Julius Kornelius Anderson Øvresæt was born on 31 January 1894 at Øvreset, Stryn, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway.2 He was the son of Anders Jonson Øvresæt and Synnøve Kristiania Eriksdatter Vik.1

     Julius Kornelius Anderson Øvresæt married Amalie Gjertine Samuelsdatter Frimannslund on 30 December 1929 at Stryn, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway, at age 35.1 Julius and Amalie had one son.
     Julius Kornelius Anderson Øvresæt died on 10 March 1972 at Nordfjordeid, Eid, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway, at age 78.1

"Julius was a teacher in Stryn, and he must have been good because he was given an award by the King. He had been a prisoner in northern Norway during WWII. After his retirement he stayed in Stryn." -- Grønevik, Alma Henden Stewart (1987.)3,4


Amalie Gjertine Samuelsdatter Frimannslund b. 30 Jan 1900, d. 6 Jul 1986
  • Arne Øvresæt
Last Edited1 Mar 2015


  1. [S362] Orien Vick, online Genealogy.com, http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/wftonline/v6/3651to3700/v6t3697.html, unknown author (World Family Tree, Vol. 6, Tree 3697), downloaded 26 Jan 2002. Detailed copy provided courtesy of Orien Vick.
  2. [S387] Betty Stewart, "Family File, Henden", online unpublished, Alma Stewart and Betty Stewart (Eugene, Oregon), downloaded 1999.
  3. [S369] Grønevik (unpublished), Alma Odrun Henden Stewart, photocopy, 1987. Collection of Barbara Zanzig, Kirkland, King, Washington, USA. Hereinafter cited as Grønevik saga.
  4. [S2] Interview with various family members (unknown informant address), by B. Zanzig. Collection of Barbara Zanzig (Kirkland, King, Washington, USA), Notes from Jun-July 2004 trip to Norway. Probable informant: Kåre and Helene Nygård. This source says he was a teacher (perhaps also) in Kirkenes.
  5. [S376] Anders Øvreseth entry at NHDC household, Norwegian 1900 census population schedule. (Bergen, Norway: Norwegian National Archives (Riksarkivet), 26 May 1998). Norwegian National Archives (Riksarkivet.)