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Daughter of Pål Jönsson and Margareta Andersdotter
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About Elisabeth Pålsdotter
Elisabeth Pålsdotter became the second wife of Måns Pålsson, who relocated his home plantation to an island in the Christina River at the north end of Crane Hook. He was fined 150 guilders in the Long Finn Rebellion. He served as deacon of the Swedish church at Crane Hook, but became disabled in 1676 while working for Hans Peterson. He died at the age of 70 in December 1680. Elisabeth had four known children by him, sons John and Peter Måns-son and daughters Cath-arine (who became the second wife of Matth-ias Holstein of the Wicaco congregation) and Anna (who married John Tussey-). Elisabeth was still living in 1699 when assigned a pew in the new Holy Trinity Church at Christina (present Wil-ming-ton).