Gnr / Bnr: Gnr 23 Brn 2
ABOUT USING 2 LOWER LEAF AXES
Indebted in 1886. In 1867 there were: 2 acres of arable land and meadow area of 9 acres. From 1939, a mink farm was run until development took off. The mill was located approximately where Nebbestølen kindergarten is today.
B. 1799, d. 1849. Received a letter of attachment to the place in 1845. Married to Kari Ivarsdatter Bønes b. 1807, d. 1877. Children: Lars Martinius, 8 children who died young.
Ivar Rasmussen Levås:
B. 1832, d. 1898 got a skate in 1886 for NOK. 400 Spl. Married to Anna Berentine Eriksdatter b. 1838. Children: Rasmus, Ivar, Andreas 7 children who died young.
Martinus Rasmussen Levaas:
B. 1843, was pacter for his brother. Married to Anna b. 1846. Children: Sigurd, Agnes, Andreas, Konstance.
Andreas Iversen Løvaas:
D. 1918. Got the mill for NOK. 8,000 in 1899 in the shift after his father. Unmarried.
Bought the mill from the estate of Andreas Løvaas for NOK. 26,500. He sold it on in 1921 to T. Brommeland and 0. Hovland.
Johan Øvrebø: Bought the mill in 1939 for NOK. 30,000.