Martha Elisabeth "Lisa" Tideman /Tidemand (c.1767 - 1822)

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Death: Died in Rødøy, Nordland, Norway
Occupation: Shop-Women in Nusfjord, Lofoten
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About Martha Elisabeth "Lisa" Tideman /Tidemand

The name TIDEMAND is not known in Norway further back than the last part of the 1600's, and is presumed to follow some one or other from Germany, possibly by a trader man called Christen Tidemand who died in Oslo 1708. In that area of Norway a lot of people are named Tidemand, certainly written in different ways, but with the same roots.

Lisa was traveling northwards, probably with one of the numerous trade-ships who gadded about the northern and the southern part of Norway in those days, carrying fish from the north and corn or other merchandise from the south. Lisa ended up in Lofoten at a small place maed Nusfjord as a shop-women. A lot of fishermen were hanging around on days ashore due to bad weather, and the story goes as follows: One day Lisa asked someon to lift a barrel filled with treacle up on the desk. Then suddenly a burly fellow pressed forward and lifted the heavy barrel all alone. His name was Jen Olsson from Oldervig in Rødøy. Many fishermen happened to be gathered together at the Lofoten Islans a couple months during the winter from all parts of Norway (and still do to this day in a smaller scale). This heavy lift was very impressive to Lisa. The fishermen usually delivered their catch to fishing stations (like the small village of Nusfjord) for hanging and drying, and later on, in the spring Jens Olsson would go to fetch his stockfish. This time Jens was followed by his admirer south to his native home of Oldervig. Lisa was very clever at cooking, and she was used as a cook in several parties far and wide. It is told that she descended from a family of position (from the south of Norway, probably from the small village near Oslo-fjord called Åsgårdsstrand), and that she wore silk clothes.

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Martha Tideman /Tidemand's Timeline

1767
1767
1794
1794
Age 27
Rødøy, Nordland, Norway
1794
Age 27
Rodoy, Nordland, Norway

Kildeinformasjon: Nordland fylke, Rødøy i Rødøy, Ministerialbok nr. 841A03 /1 (1777-1819), Kronologisk liste 1794, side 85-86.
Permanent sidelenke: http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:kb_read?idx_kildeid=16594&idx_id=...
Permanent bildelenke: http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:NBN:no-a1450-kb20071025630174.jpg

1797
1797
Age 30
Rødøy, Nordland, Norway
1800
1800
Age 33
Rødøy, Nordland, Norway
1802
1802
Age 35
Rødøy, Nordland, Norway
1804
1804
Age 37
Rødøy, Nordland, Norway
1822
May 6, 1822
Age 55
Rødøy, Nordland, Norway
May 12, 1822
Age 55
Rødøy, Nordland, Norway