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Click here for instructions on how to enable it in your browse Smestad Family History14-Day Free Trial GET STARTEDSmestad Name MeaningNorwegian: habitational name from any of ten or more farmsteads, notably in southeastern Norway, mostly named from the Old Norse personal name Smiðr, literally ‘smith’ + Old Norse staðir ‘farmstead’, ‘dwelling’. Source: Dictionary of American Family Names ©2013, Oxford University Press Similar surnames: Shelstad , Mostad , Olstad , Barstad , Molstad , Morstad , Evenstad 8K Historical Documents3K Birth, Marriage, and Deaths337 Military Records392 Immigration Records1K Census and Voter Lists2K Member TreesReady to discover your family story? Simply start with yourself and we'll do the searching for you.First Name Last Name Age GenderMaleFemaleSmestad Family OriginWhere is the Smestad family from? LocationMapbox© Mapbox © OpenStreetMap Improve this map18801920You can see how Smestad families moved over time by selecting different census years. The Smestad family name was found in the USA, and Scotland between 1871 and 1920. The most Smestad families were found in the USA in 1920. In 1880 there were 6 Smestad families living in Minnesota. This was 100% of all the recorded Smestad's in the USA. Minnesota had the highest population of Smestad families in 1880.Use census records and voter lists to see where families with the Smestad surname lived. Within census records, you can often find information like name of household members, ages, birthplaces, residences, and occupations. View Census Data for SmestadSmestad Family OccupationsWhat did your Smestad ancestors do for a living? ShareIn 1940, Farmer and House Work were the top reported jobs for men and women in the US named Smestad. 19% of Smestad men worked as a Farmer and 12% of Smestad women worked as a House Work. Some less common occupations for Americans named Smestad were Farming and Bookkeeper View Census data for Smestad | Data not to scale United StatesTop Male Occupations in 1940Farmer19% Carpenter7% Laborer7% Farming6% Top Female Occupations in 1940House Work12% Maid8% Auto Parts Inspector4% Bookkeeper4% *We display top occupations by gender to maintain their historical accuracy during times when men and women often performed different jobs. Smestad Historical Records What Smestad family records will you find? ShareCensus Record There are 1,000 census records available for the last name Smestad. Like a window into their day-to-day life, Smestad census records can tell you where and how your ancestors worked, their level of education, veteran status, and more.Search 1940's US census records for SmestadPassenger List There are 392 immigration records available for the last name Smestad. Passenger lists are your ticket to knowing when your ancestors arrived in the USA, and how they made the journey - from the ship name to ports of arrival and departure.View all Smestad immigration recordsDraft Card There are 337 military records available for the last name Smestad. For the veterans among your Smestad ancestors, military collections provide insights into where and when they served, and even physical descriptions.View all Smestad military recordsCensus Record There are 1,000 census records available for the last name Smestad. Like a window into their day-to-day life, Smestad census records can tell you where and how your ancestors worked, their level of education, veteran status, and more.Search 1940's US census records for SmestadPassenger List There are 392 immigration records available for the last name Smestad. Passenger lists are your ticket to knowing when your ancestors arrived in the USA, and how they made the journey - from the ship name to ports of arrival and departure.View all Smestad immigration recordsDraft Card There are 337 military records available for the last name Smestad. For the veterans among your Smestad ancestors, military collections provide insights into where and when they served, and even physical descriptions.View all Smestad military records You've only scratched the surface of Smestad family history.Discover MoreSmestad Life ExpectancyWhat is the average Smestad lifespan? ShareBetween 1959 and 2004, in the United States, Smestad life expectancy was at its lowest point in 1976, and highest in 1983. The average life expectancy for Smestad in 1959 was 52, and 74 in 2004. View Social Security Death Index (SSDI) for Smestad An unusually short lifespan might indicate that your Smestad ancestors lived in harsh conditions. 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Smestad (station) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search Oslo metro station SmestadOverhead view from the nearby bridge, down towards the station.LocationSmestad, Oslo NorwayCoordinates59°56′14″N 10°41′00″E  /  59.93722°N 10.68333°E  / 59.93722; 10.68333 Coordinates: 59°56′14″N 10°41′00″E  /  59.93722°N 10.68333°E  / 59.93722; 10.68333 Elevation63.7 metres (209 ft)Owned bySporveienOperated bySporveien T-banenLine(s)Røa Line Kolsås LineDistance4.6 km (2.9 mi) from StortingetConnectionsBus: 23 Lysaker – Simensbråten 45 Voksen skog - MajorstuenConstructionStructure typeAt-gradeDisabled accessYesHistoryOpened17 November 1912Services Preceding station   Oslo Metro   Following station Makrellbekkentowards ØsteråsLine 2Røa LineBorgentowards Ellingsrudåsen Åsjordettowards KolsåsLine 3Kolsås LineBorgentowards Mortensrud Smestad is a station shared by the Røa Line (line 2) and the Kolsås Line (line 3) on the Oslo T-bane system. Although the two lines continue to share track some time after Smestad, passing the former station of Sørbyhaugen which was also shared, they diverge before passing another station. The next station to the west is Makrellbekken on Røabanen and the temporary station of Husebybakken on Kolsåsbanen. The next station to the east is Borgen. Smestad is located 4.6 km from Stortinget.[1] The station was originally the terminus of a branch line to Holmenkollbanen which was built from Majorstuen and opened on 17 November 1912. The line was extended to Røa in 1935 while the connection to Kolsåsbanen opened in 1942.[2] The station is on the southeast side of the intersection Smestadkrysset which includes the outermost ring road (Ring 3) around Oslo and there are some bus-to-subway connections possible at this station. References [ edit] ^ Subway stations in the west ^ Timeline of transit in Oslo (in Norwegian), an English timeline is available at this site Archived 2007-01-01 at the Wayback Machine External links [ edit] Media related to Smestad stasjon at Wikimedia Commons vte Oslo MetroLines      Common Holmenkollen   Lambertseter Furuset Røa Kolsås Østensjø Løren   Grorud   Ring   Sognsvann Proposed: Fornebu Rolling stock T1000/T1300 T2000 MX3000 Operators Akersbanerne Bærumsbanen Holmenkolbanen Oslo Sporveier Oslo Vognselskap Ruter Sporveien Sporveien T-banen Tryvandsbanen Stations Ammerud Avløs Bekkestua Berg Bergkrystallen Besserud Bjørnsletta (new) Bjørnsletta (old) Blindern Bogerud Borgen Brattlikollen Brynseng Bøler Carl Berners Plass Egne hjem Eiksmarka Ekraveien Ellingsrudåsen Engerjordet Ensjø Forskningsparken Frognerseteren Frøen Furuset Gaustad Gjettum Gjønnes Godlia Grini Grorud Grønland Gråkammen Gulleråsen Hasle Haslum Hauger Haugerud Heggeli Hellerud Helsfyr Holmen Holmenkollen Holstein Homansbyen Hovseter Husebybakken Huseby skole Høyenhall Jar Jernbanetorget Kalbakken Karlsrud Kolsås Kringsjå Lijordet Lillevann Lindeberg Linderud Lysakerelven Løren Haugerud Majorstuen Makrellbekken Manglerud Merradalen Midtstuen Montebello Mortensrud Munkelia Nationaltheatret Nordberg Nydalen Oppsal Ringstabekk (new) Ringstabekk (old) Ris Risløkka Rommen Romsås Ryen Røa Rødtvet Sinsen Skogen Skullerud Skøyenåsen Skådalen Slemdal Smestad Sognsvann Steinerud Storo Stortinget Stovner Sørbyhaugen Tjernsrud Trosterud Tryvandshøiden Tveita Tøyen Tåsen Ullernåsen Ullevål Stadion Ulsrud Valkyrie plass Valler Veitvet Vestgrensa Vestli Vettakollen Vinderen Voksenkollen Voksenlia Vollebekk Volvat Økern Østerås Østhorn Åsjordet History Timeline Oslo Package 2 Oslo Package 3 Disused stations This article related to the Oslo Metro or the Oslo Tramway is a stub. 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Ward County Auditor-Treasurer Devra Smestad passes baton to successor Marisa Haman Auditor-treasurer passes baton to successor Local News Aug 10, 2020 Jill Schramm Senior Staff Writer jschramm@minotdailynews.com Jill Schramm/MDN Outgoing Ward County Auditor-Treasurer Devra Smestad, left, and incoming Auditor-Treasurer Marisa Haman display past county budget books Aug. 3. They are working with commissioners on a new book for 2021. The Ward County Auditor/Treasurer’s Office is undergoing a transition. Auditor/Treasurer Devra Smestad, who officially retires Aug. 31, has been gradually passing the baton to former deputy auditor Marisa Haman since early June. Haman came into the position with some experience in taxes and budgeting and having previously helped with elections. “I’ve dealt more with the end picture, so now I’m just trying to fill in the beginning picture, which I’ve seen pieces of but not done fully myself. I’ve attended the auditor/treasurer conferences with Devra since I had been deputy,” she said. “That helps a lot, just learning from the people who are in the positions and networking.” Smestad said having a network of counties and treasurer and auditor associations to provide support has been important during her 16 years in office. “You just put the question out there and you get 53 answers,” she said. Smestad, of Burlington, was Burlington’s city auditor until joining the Ward County Auditor/Treasurer’s Office on April 1, 2004. She worked alongside former Auditor/Treasurer Dave Senger for about three months and recalled that the June election that year was the first with new voting machines. “My first one by myself was a presidential of 2004, and we had bomb threats, closing down two precincts for a couple hours while they sniffed and around and looked for bombs,” Smestad said. “And 2:30 in the morning we hadn’t heard from one of the precincts north of town, and we had no way of contacting them. They weren’t contacting us, so I had to send a deputy out to check on them.” It turned out the election workers were having difficulty getting their election data to balance. The phone had been in a separate, locked office, and cell phones weren’t ubiquitous like today. “We made a quick change there. Somebody among the poll workers had to have a phone so we could communicate back and forth. Now, I think they all have one,” Smestad said. Smestad’s last election in June was even more eventful as an all-mail election. “That was very labor intensive, but we made it work,” she said. “The bottom line is, as much work as we put into it, the results were still there; the election still happened and there were no hiccups, and again, brand new equipment.” The new equipment acquired for use by voters wasn’t employed in June but will be in November. “Luckily, it’s pretty user-friendly,” said Haman, who will be managing her first election after working closely with Smestad in June. The coronavirus pandemic has added new considerations for safety precautions, and the office already has more than 10,000 absentee ballot applications in the queue. Haman came to work in the Auditor/Treasurer’s Office as a property tax clerk in September 2012. She became deputy auditor in October 2013. She previously had worked at ING. A Westhope native, she attended Minot State University and North Dakota State University, returning to Minot in 2004. During her tenure with Ward County, Smestad served in various positions with the North Dakota Association of Counties. She served a year as board president and a year as past president, leaving the board last October. Her tenure also has been highlighted by two major computer system changes – in 2008 and 2015-16 – and a move from the courthouse to the new Ward County Administration Building at the end of 2015. Smestad said the move couldn’t have come at a worse time because tax statements had just gone out and taxpayers were coming in to pay. The office kept two locations, set up a drop box and promoted payments online to make it easier for taxpayers. Movers brought records from storage and placed them randomly on shelves or stacked on pallets in the new building. Haman said having the county building closed for a time due to COVID-19 was beneficial in one way. Because staff weren’t assisting the public at the counter, they had time to organize the final items still waiting to be sorted from the move. Smestad said the Auditor/Treasurer’s Office doesn’t have periods of down time, and that was especially true from 2012 to 2016, when there were 13 special elections. Smestad said she leaves with no particular memory that stands out, but she is most proud of the ability of her office to meet all the legislative directives and mandates over the years. She also speaks highly of the office staff and her confidence in leaving the office in the hands of Haman and other workers. The Ward County auditor/treasurer oversees seven staff workers. Information technology and human resources once were part of the office but in recent years have been established as separate departments. A role of the auditor/treasurer is helping residents better understand their government. Smestad said that can involve walking a disgruntled taxpayer through the tax process to explain a tax bill or assisting the public with questions about getting on a commission agenda, petitioning for a road or special assessment project or getting a gaming or liquor permit. Property information and tax questions often start with the auditor’s office. Much of what happens in the county is reflected in the Auditor/Treasurer’s Office. “Everything comes through here, and we touch every single department on a regular basis. It’s kind of the hub of the county,” Smestad said. She said it will be refreshing to no longer schedule her personal life around county commission meetings, elections, budgeting, tax statements and other busy times in the office. Smestad said home remodeling projects and spending more time with the grandchildren are on her agenda upon retirement. She and her husband are weighing additional options for staying busy down the road. Haman, who has three young children, said it’s a busy life at home and work for her, but she considers it great times. She sought the auditor/treasurer’s position because she felt ready to challenge herself with something new. “I want to get involved more in the budgeting,” Haman said. “I like numbers. I like puzzles. So I’m excited to delve into that more and just grow at the county.” (Prairie Profile is a weekly feature profiling interesting people in our region. We welcome suggestions from our readers. Call Regional Editor Eloise Ogden at 857-1944 or call 1-800-735-3229. You also can send email suggestions to eogden@minotdailynews.com.) Newsletter Today's breaking news and more in your inbox I'm interested in (please check all that apply) Daily Newsletter Breaking News     Local News MHA Nation condemns state efforts to intervene in mineral property lawsuit NEW TOWN – The Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation is condemning the efforts by state officials to intervene in a ... 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