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  • Aapo Eerikinpoika Yläoutinen (1826 - 1903)
    Asuinpaikka, nimi, syntymäaika (8.11.1826): Säkkijärven seurakunnan arkisto - Rippikirjat 1849-1859 (I Aa:17, Alahäme - Vilaniemi), jakso 258, sivu 254: Yläoutila Nro 1 Yläoutinen; Kansallisarkisto: / ...
  • Aapo Eerikinpoika Yläoutinen (1859 - 1933)
    Syntynyt / Kastettu 3.7.1859 11.7.1859 Kylä / Talo Yläoutinen Isä Erik Erikson Äiti Walb. Eliadr Lapsi Abram Säkkijärven seurakunnan arkisto - Rippikirjat 1900-1909 (I Aa:27, Tapiola ...
  • Aapo Eerikinpoika Yläoutinen (1857 - 1861)
    Merillä, ei tiedossa lapsia
  • Aarne Viljam Yläoutinen (1915 - d.)
    Säkkijärven seurakunnan arkisto - I Ab:12 Lastenkirjat, Nisalahti - Yläoutila, mustalaiset 1900-1919, jakso 147, sivu 764-765: Timperilä Nro 3 Timperi; Kansallisarkisto: / Viitattu 13.6.2022

About the Yläoutinen surname

YLÄOUTINEN or YLÄ-OUTINEN or OUTINEN

Säkkijärvi is a former municipality located on the Karelian Isthmus (following WWII, it became known as Kondratyevo, Russia). Yläoutila was most likely a farm therein. It was commonplace for the name of a person’s land to reflect their surname. The prefix “Ylä-“ means “upper” (and later on down the tree, there are some question marks next to “Alaoutinen” where “Ala-“ means “lower.”) This was also a common way to break up farmland.

The central part of the name “Outi” has etymological roots in Karelian Russian, translated from the vernacular form of a saint’s name in Ancient Greek (εὐδοκία), meaning “goodwill, kindness.” It is often mistaken for the Saami word "outa" which means forest.