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Andersen Genealogy & History

Andersen is a Scandinavian patronymic surname, meaning son of Anders. Derived from the Greek name "Andreas", meaning manly, Anders is so popular that November 30th is its "name day" on the Scandinavian calendar. Although the name has pre-Christian Greek origins, its popularity soared during Scandinavia's "Northern Crusades" (1100s), when parents named children after Christian saints, especially after Andrew, the first of Jesus' disciples. Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875), the famous Danish children's storyteller, stands out in Andersen family history. For Andersen genealogy in America, it should be noted that the Scandinavian forms of Andersson and Andersen were often Americanized to Anderson by immigrants.


Andersen Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Clarence Andersen-- --, 1920November 12,1990IA
B Delaire Andersen-- --, 1928April 5,2005IN
Caesarine Andersen-- --, 1913December ,1979NY
D Jean Andersen-- --, 1926December 27,1990NJ

Andersen Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Douglas Andersen-- --, 1920June 22,2001Albert Lea,MN
Fannie Andersen-- --, 1901June 20,1993Rock Valley,IA
Gabriel Andersen-- --, 1920September 21,1997Staten Island,NY
H Erik Andersen-- --, 1946May 26,1992Sandpoint,ID

Andersen Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Bryan AndersenCarolista BaumJanuary 26,2002Wake, NC
Jack AndersenAlexandria BirelineOctober 1,1994Wake, NC
Niels AndersenAnn ArnoldJune 7,1985Kendall, TX
Verner AndersenSylvia SantaNovember 13,1975Galveston, TX

Most Common Surnames After Andersen

682nd: Knox683rd: Frederick
684th: Rasmussen685th: Krause
686th: Wilkerson687th: McFarland
688th: Werner689th: Meadows
690th: Moon691st: Schmitt

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