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Hansen Genealogy and Hansen Family History Information

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  • Anton Hansen Tammsaare (1878 - 1940)
    Estonian writer whose pentalogy Truth and Justice (Tõde ja õigus; 1926–1933) is considered one of the major works of Estonian literature. Wikipedia: eesti keeles english A....
  • Beck
    Beck Hansen (born Bek David Campbell; July 8, 1970) is an American musician, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, known by the stage name Beck. With a pop art collage of musical styles, obliq...
  • Benno Hansen (1891 - 1952)
    Eesti ooperilaulja, opereti- ja draamanäitleja. Laulis Estonia meeskvartetis August Blaubrik , Gustav Avesson , Alfred Sällik , Benno Hansen.
  • Bjarne Hansen (1918 - 1942)
    fanget,torturert og henrettet på trandum av tyskerne under krigen. "Nødvendig innsats" "Bjarne Hansen wiki" "Skutt Blir Den ..... " Hansen, Bjarne. - f. 1918-04-14, bygningsarbe...
  • Christine Amelia Hansen (1844 - 1894)

About the Hansen surname

This last name was originally a typical Scandinavian Patronymic: http://wiki.geni.com/index.php/Patronymics It was only introduced as a last name or family name around 1850-1900.

Hansen is a Danish-Norwegian patronymic surname, literally meaning son of Hans. It is the third most common surname in Denmark, shared by about 4.3% of the population. Hansen is the single most common surname in Norway, not counting spelling variations such as Hanssen, which are also quite common. In the Faroe Islands Hansen is the second most common surname, while in the North German federal states of Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg Hansen is the third and fifth most common surname, respectively. In Sweden the parallel form is Hansson. The frequent occurrences of Hansen as a surname outside Denmark, Norway and Schleswig-Holstein is due to immigration, though immigrants to English-speaking countries often changed the spelling to Hanson in order to accommodate English orthographic rules.

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Some Hansen families though are likely to descend from Man-Nesh-Sha-Ha son of A-Wa-ya-Se-Pa,the first to bear the ancient s'waya name Hans,of whom Hansa region in general may have got its name too by colonists after the exile from his family - speaking then eskimaw and celtic dialects.

Jews and christians call them Manassheh and Yosef.

See Normann,Schwed,Geszterédi,Magyar !

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