Hi again - I found the burial of Bergithe - in the comments it is stated that she died in maternity bed (childbed) the 9th day after the birth. Her son Birger was born on the 10th of october 1873 (died 17th December 1873). I will still try to find if Andreas was born before 1873, or if he was born from Søren and his new wife Christine.
Here is the link to the details of her burial - see registration # 183 on the following page;
Where did the discussed profile of Andreas go?
We have an Andreas born 1891 connected to correct parents, but there is no revisions showing that he was moved, but he could be named after an older brother which died as an infant, and if he was not baptized you might only find him in the burial records.
I have added a set of sources you could follow up on the other Andreas:
So I looked at the Family Search link and that looks like it could be the ANdreas that was born and died as an infant in 1877. I could see how 1877 could be mistaken as 1874 so I think this was definitely Christine's first child. Here is the info on the baptism. It references his birth on Sep 17, 1877 and Baptism on Oct 28, 1877 at Domkirken, Stavanger, Rogaland, Norway. Anyone have a link to the scanned Domkirken churchbooks?
Thx again :)
I deleted the profile of Andreas, listed as being born to Bergithe and Søren in 1874, as I was not able to find him being born before Bergithe died in 1873. The Andreas from the Family Search is listed as being born to Christine and Soren, in 1877. If there was a boy called Andreas born to Bergithe and Soren, I have to find the source of information I used.
You'll find the baptism in 1877 here, registration #236;
Andreas Malenius was baptized at home, and the comment tells us that it was the 28th October 1877. He died before the baptism could be confirmed in the church.
He died 11th November 1877 and was buried 17th November 1877 in Domkirken. The burial can be found following this link;
One more comment;
Christine's father was named Andreas, while none of Søren or Bergithe had any parents called Andreas. Most likely Andreas is named after his grandfather on the mother's side, rather than being named after a dead brother.
Christine and Søren's first child was named after Bergithe, then follows Andreas named after his grandfather, then comes Søren, named after his father.....
Should be clearer now, or?