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  • Anne Pedersdatter (c.1505 - 1579)
    Anne Pedersdatter www: finnholbek.dk Fødsel: ca. 1505 Død: 1580 [3] Familie 1: Gift ml. 1541 og 1542, Morten Mortensen Hvass , f. ca. 1510, d. ml. 1577 og 1579 Morten Mort...
  • Anne Marine Pedersdatter (c.1517 - 1562)
    Anne Marine Pedersdatter (bare Marine?), født mellom 1517 og 1520, død 6 apr. 1562 og begravet 4 jun. 1562 i Ribe Domkirke. Vokste opp hos stefaren Jørgen Juel Gift 1 jan. 1535 m...
  • Barbara Pedersdatter Raale (1450 - 1506)
    Barbara Pedersdatter Raale Danmarks Adels Aarbog, Thiset, Hiort-Lorenzen, Bobé, Teisen., (Dansk Adelsforening), [1884 - 2005]., DAA 1941:II:71.
  • Cecilie Pedersdatter Vendelbo (1325 - 1378)
    Cecilie Pedersdatter Vendelbo -- Danmarks Adels Aarbog, Thiset, Hiort-Lorenzen, Bobé, Teisen., (Dansk Adelsforening), [1884 - 2005]., DAA 1935:II:111. Cecilia Pedersdotter, dotter av dan...
  • Cecilie Pedersdatter (c.1528 - 1579)
    Sidsel Pedersdatter og Bagge Jensen er forfædre til forfatterne Viggo Stuckenberg, Frederik Paludan-Müllerog Paul la Cour, jf. Carl Langholz: Anetavler for berømte danskere. Kild...

About the Pedersdatter surname

Pedersdatter / Pedersdotter / Pedersdóttir means the daughter of Peder.

It is not a surname, - it is a patronymic name meaning "daughter of *", and it is very unlikely that people registered with this surname is related and when comparing profiles make sure that the mother and spouses name also match

Variants: Icelandic -dóttir, Swedish and Norwegian -dotter, Danish and Norwegian -datter.

This naming tradition was common in the Nordic counties before 1900 and are still in use in Iceland ("dóttir").