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Magnus Skjønning Olsen i Port Edward, British Columbia, Canada

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Ann-Mary Engum

Mitt innlegg på det gamle debattforumet om Magnus Skjønning Olsen som dro til Canada i 1927:

 

http://da2.uib.no/cg...&spraak=n#anker

 

Emigrasjonen fra Trondheim.

http://www.digitalar...erk=188238#ovre

 

Ankomsten til Halifax 25 mars 1927.

Library and Archives Canada

 

Immigration Records (1925-1935)

Surname:

Olsen

Given Name:

Magnus S.

Age:

31

Sex:

M

Nationality:

Nor

Date of Arrival:

1927/03/25 (YYYY/MM/DD)

Port of Arrival:

Halifax

Ship:

BERGENSFJORD, Norwegian American

Volume:

1927 volume 4

Page Number:

86

Microfilm reel:

T-14808

 

Note: Due to the poor legibility of the original indexes, some information in this database may be incorrect and/or incomplete.

 

Source: FINDI76-823015

 

 

 

 

Og nå har jeg funnet dødsfallet.

Han døde 23 mars 1973.Status single.

 

Death Date: 23 Mar 1973

 

Death Place: Port Edward, British Columbia, Canada

 

Name: Magnus Skjonning Olsen

 

Gender: Male

 

Age: 77y

 

Birth Date: 19 Feb 1896

 

Birthplace: Trondheim, Norway

Marital Status: Single

Spouse:

Father:

Mother:

Indian Agency:

Indian Band/Tribe:

Film Number: 2050076

Digital Folder Number: 4479332

Image Number: 2119

British Columbia Archives Film Number: B13324

Registration Number: 73 09 006246

 

https://familysearch...1.2/MN5X-B27/p1

 

 

Find a grave:

Magnus Olsen Birth: unknown Death: Mar. 23, 1973 trans.gif

 

Note: m Burial:

Fairview Cemetery

Prince Rupert

British Columbia, Canada

Plot: Y 7 2

Created by: prgenclub

Record added: May 21, 2010

Find A Grave Memorial# 52677315

http://www.findagrav...52677315&df=all&

 

 

Kart over Prince Rupert,Kaien Island,Canada

 

http://maps.google.no/maps/place?ftid=0x5472d5136b7f4569:0x7107e30f4dd95612&q=prince+rupert+canada&hl=no&gl=no&ved=0CAwQ-gswAA&sa=X&ei=0iiVT8CrJar64QSdpunkDQ

 

 

Nå lurer jeg på om det til tross for statusen "single" kan finnes noen etterkommere i Canada?

Er det noen her på forumet som kan hjelpe meg med å lete etter eventuelle barn?

 

Mvh Ann-Mary

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Tybring Hemphill

Hello Ann-Mary,

 

I live in British Columbia and so next week I can go to the vital statistics agency and ask them if "Single" is supposed to mean "never married" or if might include divorced. Of course he could have had a child while unmarried. I shall have to think if there is any way to find out.

 

Tybring

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Ann-Mary Engum

Hello Tybring!

 

 

I am glad that you will help me .:D

 

Ann-Mary

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Tybring Hemphill

Hello Ann-Mary,

 

I visited the vital statistics office and asked them the meaning of "single" on the death notice. They said that one could not conclude from that that he had never been married and certainly not that he had never had children. That is obviously not very helpful. I have done some research on Port Edward and see that it was a fishing port that was more or less started by Norwegians and there was a large canning plant there for many years

 

 

http://www.portedward.ca/siteengine/activepage.asp?PageID=11

 

 

Perhaps this is where he worked?

 

http://www.northpacificcannery.ca/

 

You can send an email to the town to ask if they might have any information concerning Magnus. info@portedward.ca

 

You may also want to try to contact the public library in Prince Rupert, which is the nearest city to see if anyone will look in the old newspapers for you to see if there was any obituary published (if he had descendants who cared for him, one would expect an obituary). Unfortunately, our city library does not have copies of the Prince Rupert newspaper.

 

http://www.princerupertlibrary.ca/research/special_collections

 

If there is anything else I can do to help, please let me know.

 

Tybring

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Ann-Mary Engum

Thank you,Tybring!

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