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Paavo Paavalinpoika Halonen

Swedish: Påhl Påhlson Halonen, Finnish: Paavo Halonen
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Niskankylä, Utajärvi, Finland
Death: 1668 (66-75)
Halosenniemi, Alakylä, Kemijärvi, Finland
Immediate Family:

Son of Paavali Ollinpoika Halonen and N.N.
Brother of Olli Paavalinpoika Halonen; Pekka Paavalinpoika Halonen and Lars Påhlsson Halonen

Occupation: moved to Kemijarvi distreckt, Lappland
Managed by: Petri Laasonen
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About Paavo Paavalinpoika Halonen

Paavo Paavalinpoika Halonen kuoli lapsettomana (....dödde barnlöös...), joka mainitaan vuoden 1669 käräjillä Kemissä.
Tämän perusteella Lauri ei ole hänen vaan Paavali Ollinpoika Halosen nuorin poika.
Samassa yhteydessä Olli Halonen on mainittu hänen veljekseen.
Lähde: http://digi.narc.fi/digi/view.ka?kuid=3713604. Vuoden 1640 Kemin pitäjän ruodutus luettelossa Kemijärvellä Paavon iäksi merkitty 40 vuotta (katso lähde kuva).

Paavo vaimoksi on esitetty Margareta Matintytärtä (Koiviston arkistossa), mutta tätä ei voida toteennäyttää.

http://digi.narc.fi/digi/view.ka?kuid=13592875

http://digi.narc.fi/digi/view.ka?kuid=22184176

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Also found as Pahl Pahlsson Halonen. ttp://www.familysearch.org/Eng/search/frameset_search.asp

Looks like a swedish translation of his finnish name. -------------------- http://suku.genealogia.fi/archive/index.php/t-16389.html

KEMIJÄRVI (Source: Wikipedia)

Kemijärvi (Inari Sami: Kemijävri, Northern Sami: Giemajávri) is a municipality of Finland and the northernmost town in Finland. It is located in the province of Lapland.
The municipality has a population of 8,145 (28 February 2013)[2] and covers an area of 3,931.44 square kilometres (1,517.94 sq mi) of which 425.84 km2 (164.42 sq mi) is water.[1]
The population density is 2.32 inhabitants per square kilometre (6.0 /sq mi).

Surrounding municipalities are Pelkosenniemi in the north, Salla in the east, Posio in the south and Rovaniemi in the west.

The municipality is unilingually Finnish.

Villages located in the area of the municipality of Kemijärvi are Halosenranta, Hyypiö, Isokylä, Joutsijärvi, Juujärvi, Kallaanvaara, Kostamo, Leväranta, Luusua, Oinas, Perävaara, Ruopsa, Räisälä, Sipovaara, Soppela, Tapionniemi, Tohmo, Ulkuniemi, Varrio and Vuostimo.

The first permanent settler inhabitant of Kemijärvi was Paavali Ollinpoika Halonen, who moved, from region of Oulu, from Niskakylä, Utajärvi to Kemijärvi about 1580. His wife was Anna Laurintytär Halonen and their children were Paavo, Olli and Pekka Halonen. Paavali's place of residence is known today as Halosenranta. As the first settlers moved to Kemijärvi, the area wasn't inhabited by the Sami people anymore, but Ämmänvaara in the area of the municipality is an ancient sacrificial place of Samis.

The Kemijärvi railway station has passenger train services to Rovaniemi (connecting with the overnight services to or from Helsinki). The direct overnight train service between Kemijärvi and Helsinki was controversially withdrawn in September 2006, with VR (Finnish Railways) stating that its new sleeping car trains could not operate with the diesel locomotives needed for the non-electrified railway north of Rovaniemi.[6] As of summer 2007, the future of Kemijärvi's overnight train services seems more assured; the Ministry of Transport and Communications and VR have reached an agreement concerning partial public funding of the service.

The Eastern Lapland area where Kemijärvi is situated is well known for the nearby skiing resorts Suomu, Luosto, Pyhä and Salla, as well as Ruka in Kuusamo region. The beautiful Lake Kemijärvi, next to the city of Kemijärvi, is much appreciated as a place to visit during summertime. Lake Kemijärvi is surrounded by hills and large forests. Common fish species found include pike, perch and brown trout. Also, currently Kemijärvi is the northernmost known lake in Finland with an indigenous population of zander (also known as walleye or pikeperch). River Kemijoki flows from Lake Kemijärvi to Rovaniemi and further, to the sea at Kemi. Other popular summer pastimes besides fishing are hiking, trekking, boating and hunting.


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Paavo Paavalinpoika Halonen's Timeline

1597
1597
Niskankylä, Utajärvi, Finland
1668
1668
Age 71
Halosenniemi, Alakylä, Kemijärvi, Finland