Our Family History - Person Sheet
Our Family History - Person Sheet
NameCarl Axel Öller 7
Birth28 Jan 1812, Sweden, Stockholm County, Länna48
Christening1 Feb 1812, Sweden, Stockholm County, Länna
MemoLänna församling
Death16 Jun 1873, Sweden, Stockholm
MemoAfter traffic accident on Norrbro, Stockholm
OccupationKyrkoherde - Rector, vicar; parson and school teacher
FatherJohn Fredrik Öller (1771-1825)
MotherCatarina Charlotta Sjöberg (1784-1828)
Birth6 Sep 1814, Sweden, Stockholm
MemoKlara församling
Christening13 Oct 1814, Sweden, Stockholm
MemoKlara församling
Death6 Dec 1897, Sweden, Uppsala County, Vaksala
MemoSvia i Vaksala
OccupationHouse wife
FatherErik* Johan Wellander (1778-1828)
Marriage28 Jan 1837, Sweden, Stockholm
Marr MemoMaria Församling
ChildrenJohan Axel* Fredrik (1838-1905)
 Hanna Sally Charlotta (1839-1931)
 Agnes Teresia Karoline (Died as Child) (1849-1858)
Notes for Carl Axel Öller
In 1836 Carl Axel studied in Uppsala and belonged to the Roslags nation. Received in 1829-1830 Stp (scholarship?) Hylting and in 1831-1836 scholarship Possieth, Adobrarus.

Ordained priest in June 12, 1836, and School master in Östhammar August 17 1836. Past Pastoral examination in December 22, 1852, and granted, at his own request, a discharge from the school in Östhammar April 13, 1853. He was appointed May 17, 1853, a municipal officer and hospital superintendent in Veckholm. Took up this position in 1856. Parish priest in Adelsö of Svartsjö contract in Uppsala episcopate March 10, 1863 and took office immediately. Died of gangrene a few days after he had been run over by a horse tram on Norrbro in Stockholm.
Notes for Sara (Sally*) (Spouse 1)
Lived from 1856 at Tomta in Weckholm and from 1863 in Adelsö, Sweden
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