–1876). Buried together with him are his first wife, Valborg Gudmundsdatter, née Waal (Vål) (1823–1873) and three of his eight children from his first marriage – Anne Tollefsdatter Hoelseth (1854–1883), Helge Tollefsen Hoelseth (1861–1875) and Thorvald Victor Tollefsen Hoelseth (1863–1868).
The photos were taken on the last Saturday of September 2015 when my family and I made a short stop on our way up Østerdalen to Trondheim. I have visited the cemetery several times over the years, but this was my first visit after I bought my present digital camera in 2004. Genealogically speaking there are many interesting graves on the cemetery, so I hope to return some time later to take more photos.
The current church building was set up in 1901 and consecrated the year after. Older photos of the church can be found on Wikipedia. According to a brochure which I received on a previous visit, the old church from 1768, situated at the same place, was demolished in 1899 to make room for a bigger one. Two even older churches were situated on a hill south of the pastoral farm in Åmot.
There are several churches in Norway named Åmot kirke (church), by the way. The church mentioned here is situated at Rena in Åmot municipality. The others Åmot churches are in Nordre Land and Modum.
For more details about my Hoelseth family, see my website.