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[#79786] John Johnsen Aabøe og Anne Gunleiksdatter Lauvika til USA ca 1868.

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Har forsøkt å finne denne familen da de utvandret fra Norge til USA i ca 1868, men ikke greid det. Håper at det kanskje kan være noen som har tilgang til opplysninger om folk som innvandret til USA rundt dette året, som kunne se etter disse personene. Jeg vil gjerne vite når de innvandret og eventuellt om noen av barna (og hvem) kan være født i Norge.m.v.h. Gunnar.

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I telling for 1900 står det at de innvandret i 1866.

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I 1920 bodde enken sammen med datteren på samme sted. Samme immigrasjonsår.

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Her er en Caren Marie Aaboe fra Norge, som også imm i 1866. Slekt?Husband James H. JohnB: 3 Feb 1851 Dayton, Ohio, USA D: 1943 Cambridge, Nebraska, USAWife Carren Marie AaboeB: Aug 1857 Norway D: May 1953 Cambridge, Nebraska, USAMarriage 1879 Kansas, USAChildrenClinton Walter John SonB 7 Dec 1885 Cambridge, Nebraska, USAD Apr 1971 Cambridge, Nebraska, USAFrances John DaughterB abt 1888D Nebraska- THE JOHN FAMILYWilliam O. John was mustered out of the service of his country in 1869 after having served for three years as a wagonmaster, skinning mules with General William Tecumseh Sherman on his march through the south to the Atlantic Ocean. William had left his family on an island in the Ohio where they farmed during the war. With his family of three and wife Elizabeth, they joined the trek westward. The oldest son, Walter, went ahead to work on the building of the Union Pacific Railroad and was never heard from again. James and his sister Anne went with the family to Mankato, Kansas, where they settled in the mid-70’s. Anne married a lawyer for the Kansas and Pacific Railroad and lived many years in Kansas City. James met Carrie (Karin) Aaboe, an immigrant girl who was born in Bo Kayro, Norway, and the age of 12 had spent five weeks in a sailing vessel to arrive in the new country. They were married in Mankato and lived with William and his wife. In the spring of 1881, William and his son James decided to take a look at some new towns springing up along the tracks and the B and M then being laid in southern Nebraska. They rode to the end of the steel at Arapahoe and then with a hand car pumped the last 12 miles to Cambridge. There they bought lots and went back to Mankato to prepare their family for the trip to Cambridge. James and Carrie had a son, William, born in 1880 and they brought him along with their household goods to the new town in 1882.James proceeded to build a part of a house. Later this was incorporated into a new and larger house. NOTE: this was where Harve and Frances Keith lived until the house was torn down. James also persuaded the Methodist Episcopal Church to build across the street from him and sole them the lots for $50. For many years, the church and parsonage stood, until the parsonage was torn down and the church remodeled. William O built himself a home a block west of the present Power House (Howard’s address here) and lived a life as a trader and investor. James and Carrie lost their first son, William, to what was identified as diphtheria in 1884. A second son, Clinton Walter, was born in 1885. Clinton later acquired his degree in Pharmacy at Northwestern University inHe worked in the pharmacy with his father, James. James and Carrie also had a daughter, Frances in 1888. She attended Wesleyan College near Lincoln and pursued her musical education. Her parents were greatly interested in their daughter learning to play the piano and organ and she played in church and at many funerals.As a claim finder for newly arrived settling families, James became close to these people. He served several sessions of the Nebraska State Legislature as a representative from the district in which Furnas County was placed. When drought and grasshoppers left many of these new families destitute in the late 1880’s, he and R.H. Rankin went on a speaking tour to Kansas City, St. Louis and Chicago to secure food and clothing for the new families.In her last years, William’s wife Elizabeth was quite ill and the family sought refuge in winter in Florida and the Texas coast. She died in 1906 and William died in 1914.In 1935, James retired to the front porch of his home and passed away in 1943 at the age of 92. Carrie lived until May of 1953. Clinton was united in marriage in 1911 to a local school teacher from Gibbon, Nebraska named Mary Eva Dunkin. They had a daughter named Eva in 1912 but the mother passed on days later from complications of the birth. The daughter, Eva, was raised in the home of Harve and Frances Keith, with Carrie Aaboe John in charge. Eva married George Faulkner and raised two sons, Richard and Donald………………………….. In 1915, Clinton married Caroline Louise Thuman, who had moved to Cambridge with her family in………………. Caroline supported herself as a seamstress before marrying Clinton. They had two daughters, Ruth Pauline and Marjorie Lou. He and Caroline built there home at 615 Parker Street Clinton’s claim to fame was his career as coach of Cambridge High School athletic teams, principally football and track. The schedules during his career included much larger schools such as Lincoln, Omaha and North Platte. However, Clint led his teams to victories for years with the State Championship Team of 1920 being his proudest and finest. He is a member of the Nebraska ..................... and the high school athletic field bears his name. He sang in the Congregational Church choir and played the trumpet. He could frequently be heard practicing in the walk-in safe after the drug store closed and in the community band concerts in the summer. Clinton and Caroline’s daughter, Pauline, married John Norman Walburn of Cumberland Maryland in ........................ They have two children, Susan and John.Marjorie married Charles Edward Wright of Oklahoma and raised two children, Jim and Ann.Clinton passed away in April of 1971. Caroline died in 1975.

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Er dette fru Aabøe i 1865? Lenke Du skriver ikke noe om hvor de kom fra.

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Mange takk til Eva og Hanne Line.Hvordan i all verden greide du å finne all denne informasjonen Hanne Line ? Helt fantastisk. Karen Marie var søster til oldefar. Ingen i familien har greid å finne ut noe om hvor det ble av henne. Hun reiste sammen med broren John Johnsen Aabøe og hans kona Anne Gunleiksdatter. Etter det som fortelles skal de ha reist i 1868. (Ikke 1866 som det står i folketellingene) John og Anne giftet seg i Tørdal kirke 10 mars 1867. Jeg velger å tro at det er feil årstall i de amerikanske folketellingene for jeg kan ikke tenke meg at de kom tilbake året etter at de reiste for å gifte seg... Hadde derfor vært interresant å finne en eksakt dato for når de reiste og hvordan. John Johnsen Aabøe var født i Tørdal , Drangedal i 1840 og kona Anne Gunleiksdatter var fra Lauvika ved Fjågesund i Kviteseid. John og Anne reiste sammen med Annes far: Gunleik Aslakssen hennes mor: Kari Sveinsdtr, Svein Torjesen, Karis far og 4 andre barn: Gunhild f.1847, Anne f.1850, Aasta f.1856, Tor f.1859. Søsteren Karen Marie f. 1857 reiste også sammen med dem (så det er nok hun som Hanne Line har funnet). Senere kom også broren Lars Andreas f. 1848. Dette er stort sett det jeg kjenner til. Veldig hyggelig med så god hjelp :-)m.v.h. Gunnar.

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Dataene og historien er hentet fra et familietre på ancesty.com. Skal se om jeg finner mer. :)

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1900 United States Federal CensusName: Carrie M John Home in 1900: Medicine Creek, Furnas, Nebraska Age: 42 Birth Date: Aug 1857 Birthplace: Norway Race: White Gender: Female Immigration Year: 1867 Relationship to Head of House: Wife Father's Birthplace: Norway Mother's Birthplace: Norway Mother: number of living children: 2 Mother: How many children: 3 Spouse's name: James H Marriage Year: 1880 Marital Status: Married Years Married: 20Household Members: Name Age James H John 49 Carrie M John 42 Clinton W John 14 Frances John 12-Name: James H John [James John] Home in 1900: Medicine Creek, Furnas, Nebraska Age: 49 Birth Date: Feb 1851 Birthplace: Ohio Race: White Gender: Male Relationship to Head of House: Head Father's Birthplace: Indiana Mother's Birthplace: Pennsylvania Spouse's name: Carrie M Marriage Year: 1880 Marital Status: Married Years Married: 20-Name: Clinton W John Home in 1900: Medicine Creek, Furnas, Nebraska Age: 14 Birth Date: Dec 1885 Birthplace: Nebraska Race: White Gender: Male Relationship to Head of House: Son-Name: Frances John Home in 1900: Medicine Creek, Furnas, Nebraska Age: 12 Birth Date: Mar 1888 Birthplace: Nebraska Race: White Gender: Female Relationship to Head of House: Daughter

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1910 United States Federal CensusName: Carrie John Age in 1910: 52 Estimated birth year: abt 1858 Birthplace: Norway Relation to Head of House: Wife Father's Birth Place: Norway Mother's Birth Place: Norway Spouse's name: James Home in 1910: Cambridge, Furnas, Nebraska Marital Status: Married Race: White Gender: Female Year of Immigration: 1866Household Members: Name Age James John 59 Carrie John 52 Clinton John 24 Frances John 22 Floyd W Bayford 13

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1920 United States Federal CensusName: Carrie John Home in 1920: Cambridge, Furnas, Nebraska Age: 62 Estimated birth year: abt 1858 Birthplace: Norway Relation to Head of House: Wife Spouse's name: James Father's Birth Place: Norway Mother's Birth Place: Norway Marital Status: Married Race: White Sex: Female Able to read: Yes Able to Write: YesHousehold Members: Name Age James John 68 Carrie John 62

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1930 United States Federal CensusName: Carrie M John Home in 1930: Cambridge, Furnas, Nebraska View Map Age: 72 Estimated birth year: abt 1858 Relation to Head of House: Wife Spouse's name: James H Race: WhiteHousehold Members: Name Age James H John 79 Carrie M John 72 Eva C John 17Eva er et barnebarn.

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I flg familietreet giftet Cliton seg med Caroline Louise ThumanBirth 21 Jul 1883 in Illinois, USA DeathNov 1975 in Cambridge, Nebraska, USAFamilietreet viser 3 døtre i dette ekteskapet, men i flg familiehistorien giftet han seg føst med Mary Eva Dunkin fra Gibbon, Nebraska. Hun døde like etter datteren Evas fødsel i 1912. Les mer om etterkommerne i familiehistorien.

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1920 United States Federal CensusName: Clinton John [Chintor John] [Christos John] Home in 1920: Cambridge, Furnas, Nebraska Age: 34 Estimated birth year: abt 1886 Birthplace: Nebraska Relation to Head of House: Self (Head) [Head] Spouse's name: Caroline Father's Birth Place: Ohio Mother's Birth Place: Norway Marital Status: Married Race: White Sex: Male Home owned: Own Able to read: Yes Able to Write: YesHousehold Members: Name Age Clinton John 34 Caroline John 36 Eva John 7 Ruth Pauline John 1 [1 9/12]

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1930 United States Federal CensusName: Clinton W John Home in 1930: Cambridge, Furnas, Nebraska Age: 44 Estimated birth year: abt 1886 Birthplace: Nebraska Relation to Head of House: Head Spouse's name: Caroline I Race: WhiteHousehold Members: Name Age Clinton W John 44 Caroline I John 46 Pauline R John 11 Marjorie Lou John 8 Charles J Oldfield 26 Zelma C Oldfield 20

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Fra familietreet:Living John (en datter til Clinton John)BirthDeathMarriage 25 Jun 1950 Cambridge, Furnas, NebraskaCharles Edward WrightBirth 21 Dec 1920 in Tuttle, Oklahoma, USADeath 8 Nov 2003 in McCook, Nebraska, USAChildrenLiving Wright (-) datterLiving Wright (-) datter

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Social Security Death IndexName: Charles E. Wright SSN: 444-10-3477 Last Residence: 69001 Mc Cook, Red Willow, Nebraska, United States of America Born: 21 Dec 1920 Died: 8 Nov 2003 State (Year) SSN issued: Oklahoma (Before 1951)

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Charles Edward WrightMonday, November 10, 2003Charles Edward Wright (known to friends as Charlie) of McCook, died Nov. 8, 2003. He was born Dec. 21, 1920, near Tuttle, Okla., to Dempsey Albro Wright and Agnes Louise (Keyser) Wright. He grew up in Oklahoma City, Okla., and attended the University of Oklahoma at Norman where he was awarded a BSCE degree in civil engineering in 1947. He served in the Army as a captain in the HQ, 94th Infantry Division, Field Artillery Regiment from 1942 to 1946. He saw action in World War II in France, Germany and was awarded the Bronze Star, the Air Medal, the Theater Ribbon with four Bronze Stars and the Victory Medal. He was also stationed in Czechoslovakia after the war ended.Charlie moved to Cambridge to work as an engineer on the flood control dam on Medicine Creek where he met and married Marjorie Lou John in 1950. He opened an engineering business in Cambridge and then moved to McCook in 1956 to share a partnership in engineering with Paul Mousel. After Paul retired, Charlie operated the engineering business for many years in McCook, specializing in roads, bridges, airport runways and municipal sewer and water lines. He served as the city or county highway engineer in various locations in the entire Southwest Nebraska region. He retired from the engineering business in 1995. He also owned and managed farms in Red Willow County over the years.A member of the Boy Scouts of America from age 12, he remained an active adult Scouter throughout his life. He served as Scoutmaster and was a member of the Executive Committee of the Tri-Trails Council and the Overland Trails Council. He led a crew of Nebraska Scouts to Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico. He was awarded the Silver Beaver award for lifetime Scouting achievement in 1982. He was a commissioner on the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. He was an active member of Rotary International, member of the BPOE (Elks), member of the VFW and served in leadership positions over the years in the United Church of Christ Congregational.Throughout his life, Charlie was enthusiastic outdoorsman, sharing his experience and enjoyment of hunting, fishing and camping in the western United States with many young persons and friends. His retirement trip was a two month journey through Canada to Alaska, fulfilling a lifelong dream. He supported wildlife conservation on his farms and worked on community betterment projects, such as building walking trails.Furthering his commitment to mentoring youth, he and Marjorie provided a home for a foster child in 1972 and 1973 and sponsored a Rotary Exchange student from Mexico in 1971.He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, James and Joseph; and sister Elizabeth Anne.Survivors include his wife, Marjorie; son, James E. Wright and his wife, Beth Greenberg of New York City; daughter, Ann L. Wright and husband, Robert Francis Cryne of Omaha; and grandchildren Julia and Patrick Cryne of Omaha.A memorial service is Thursday, 2 p.m., at the First Congregational Church in McCook with Fred Severe officiating. There will be no graveside service as he has donated his body to the University of Nebraska Medical Center for education and scientific research. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given in his name to the Overland Trails Council of the Boy Scouts of America in Grand Island, the Hillcrest Nursing Home Foundation in McCook, the Community Hospital of McCook Foundation or memorials of choice. Herrmann Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

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Groom's Name: Clinton W. John Groom's Birth Date: 1886 Groom's Birthplace: Nebraska Groom's Age: 25 Bride's Name: Eva M. Dunkin Bride's Birth Date: 1886 Bride's Birthplace: Nebraska Bride's Age: 25 Marriage Date: 16 Aug 1911 Marriage Place: Gibbon, Buffalo, Nebraska Groom's Father's Name: Jas. John Groom's Mother's Name: Carrie Aaboe Bride's Father's Name: Henry Dunkin Bride's Mother's Name: Robbie Masters Groom's Race: White Groom's Marital Status: Groom's Previous Wife's Name: Bride's Race: White Bride's Marital Status: Single Bride's Previous Husband's Name: Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M00312-0 System Origin: Nebraska-EASy Source Film Number: 1954015 Reference Number: P 188 Collection: Nebraska Marriages, 1855-1995

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http://www.mccookgazette.com/story/1592492.htmlWalburn, Swartz wedding Friday, December 4, 2009McCook Daily GazetteBIG SKY, Mont. -- Caroline Cole Walburn and Thomas Joseph Swartz were united in marriage in a mountainside ceremony on August 22, 2009, at Moonlight Basin Resort in Big Sky, Mont., followed by a reception at the Moonlight Basin Lodge. The bride is the daughter of Dr. John and Kathy Walburn of Omaha and the granddaughter of Pauline Walburn of Cambridge, the late Norman Walburn and the late John and Doris Malloy.The bridegroom is the son of the Honorable Stephen and Karen Swartz of Omaha and the grandson of the late Cliff and Hanora Swartz and the late Ruben and Catherine Coleman.The maid of honor was Anna Walburn, sister of the bride.Bridesmaids were Molly Cheek and Megan Williams, sisters of the bride, and Norah Morris, sister of the bridegroom.The best man was Michael Swartz, brother of the bridegroom. Bridegroomsmen were Mark Horton, brother of the bride, and Mark Jaworski and Jared Bataillon.The bride graduated with a Bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and a law degree from Creighton University in Omaha.The bridegroom graduated with a Bachelor's degree from Kansas University in Lawrence and a dental degree from Creighton University in Omaha.The bride and bridegroom are both employed in Omaha, where they will make their home in the Dundee neighborhood.

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U.S. Public Records Index, Volume 1Name: Pauline Walburn Birth Date: 23 May 1918 Phone Number: 697-3857 Address: PO Box 243, Cambridge, NE, 69022-0243 (1993) [615 Parker St, Cambridge, NE, 69022-3593 (1992)]-U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006Name: J Norman Walburn Service Info.: CPT US ARMY WORLD WAR II Birth Date: 21 Feb 1917 Death Date: 2 Aug 1995 Cemetery: Fairview Cemetery Cemetery Address: 604 Penn Street Cambridge, NE 69022

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Du verden, hva skal man si ? :-) Etter flere års leting tok det et døgn å finne nesten en hel slektsgren i USA. Karen Marie Johnsdatter Aabøe var søster til John Johnsen Aabøe og til min oldefar. Til og med bilde av et familiemedlem i USA greide du å finne. Det er bare et ord: Fabelaktig ! Jeg ble nesten helt satt ut av alle meldingene her, og kvelden ble brukt til å legge alt inn i slektsprogrammet.Mange tusen takk.m.v.h. Gunnar.

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1900 United States Federal CensusName: John J Auboe [John J Aaboe] Home in 1900: Washington, Jewell, Kansas Age: 60 Birth Date: Feb 1840 Birthplace: Norway Race: White Gender: Male Immigration Year: 1866 Relationship to Head of House: Head Father's Birthplace: Norway Mother's Birthplace: Norway Spouse's name: Anna Marriage Year: 1866 Marital Status: Married Years Married: 34Household Members: Name Age John J Auboe 60 Anna Auboe 56 Clara Auboe 20 Mary Auboe 17 Alfred Auboe 15 Amelia Auboe 11-Name: Anna Auboe [Anna Aaboe] Home in 1900: Washington, Jewell, Kansas Age: 56 Birth Date: May 1844 Birthplace: Norway Race: White Gender: Female Immigration Year: 1866 Relationship to Head of House: Wife Father's Birthplace: Norway Mother's Birthplace: Norway Mother: number of living children: 6 Mother: How many children: 9 Spouse's name: John J Marriage Year: 1866 Marital Status: Married Years Married: 34-Name: Clara Auboe [Clara Aaboe] Home in 1900: Washington, Jewell, Kansas Age: 20 Birth Date: Mar 1880 Birthplace: Kansas Race: White Gender: Female Relationship to Head of House: Daughter-Name: Mary Auboe [Mary Aaboe] Home in 1900: Washington, Jewell, Kansas Age: 17 Birth Date: Aug 1882 Birthplace: Kansas Race: White Gender: Female Relationship to Head of House: Daughter-Name: Alfred Auboe [Alfred Aaboe] Home in 1900: Washington, Jewell, Kansas Age: 15 Birth Date: Jan 1884 Birthplace: Kansas Race: White Gender: Male Relationship to Head of House: Son-Name: Amelia Auboe [Amelia Aaboe] Home in 1900: Washington, Jewell, Kansas Age: 11 Birth Date: Dec 1888 Birthplace: Kansas Race: White Gender: Female Relationship to Head of House: Daughter

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I innlegg 1 spør du omn noen av barna er født i Norge, men du har jo allerede svaret i FT1880 som du har lagt inn bilde av.Johnnie og Martin står der født i Norge, Carrie i Kansas.

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Kansas State Census Collection, 1855-1925Name: John J Aaboe Census Date: 1 Mar 1895 Residence County: Jewell Residence State: Kansas Locality: Washington Birth Location: Norwa Family Number: 5 Gender: Male Estimated birth year: abt 1840 Race: White Line: 20 Roll: v115_67Household Member(s): Name Age John J Aaboe 55 Anna Aaboe 50 Carrie Aaboe 14 Mary Aaboe 12 Siman Aaboe 11 Anadeia Aaboe 6

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Familietre på ancestry:Jon Jonsen AaboeBirth Feb 1840 in NorwayDeath 1901- Anne GunleiksdatterBirth May 1844 in NorwayDeath 1924-Simon Alfred AboeBirth 30 Jan 1885 in KansasDeath 1939 in Yuma County, Colorado, USA gift medDollye Lilybelle WinceBirth 18 Apr 1896 in KansasDeath 30 Aug 1988 in San Luis Obispo, California-BarnLiving Aboe (sønn)Living Aboe (datter)Helen Pauline Aboe 1916 – 2003Clara Maxine Aboe 1917 – 1937Simmie J Aboe 1920 – 1999Kenneth Richard Aboe 1924 – 2003Annabelle Lea Aboe 1925 – 1999

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