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Niels Hegge

Skandinaviske Nekrologer / Obituaries for Wisconsin USA. Hjemmeside med flere enn 2000 fulstendige tekster

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Niels Hegge

Rent tilfeldig kom jeg over denne siden http://freepages.gen...bits/index.html som var til stor hjelp. Det går også å søke alle ord i teksten (med Google) site:lenken til siden (byt ut index.html i lenken med name, se under eksemplet) vad man søker så kan en søke både på den døde og på andre slektninger/venner som var på begravelsen. En liten skjønnhetsflekk er att når man har valgt resultat får man en side med flere etternavn. Alle disse er på samme tekstside, så klikk på ett av dem og søk eller bla på teksten for å finne det man er ute etter. Stedet den døde kom fra i Skandinavia (ofte feilskrevet) står etter navnet på den døde og kan også søkes.

 

Ett eksempel som jeg fikk fram viser hva men kan få fram av brukbar informasjon fra denne kilden:

"MRS. MINA MOEN (ULSAKER)

Funeral services for Mrs. Mina Moen, 93, who died at 1:38 a.m. Thursday following an illness of several weeks, were held Saturday afternoon at Our Saviour's Lutheran church, the Rev. O.G. Birkeland officiating. The body lay in state from 11 a.m. until the time of service at 2 o'clock. The choir of the church sang Faith of Our Fathers" and "Abide With Me," and Mrs. Manda S. Nelson and Miss Stella Windjue sang "Den Store Hvide Flok." Pallbearers were Joel, Merlin and Norman Moen of Whitehall, Lester Schultz, Archie Paulson and James June of LaCrosse (alle barnebarn). Burial was in the Fagernes cemetery beside her husband, who died in 1910. As Mina Jacobson, Mrs. Moen was born May 14, 1857 in Ulsaker, Norway, daughter of Jacob Jacobson (riktignok Eriksen - men ;-)) and his wife Martha. At the age of 17 years she came to America with a brother, settling in the Town of Arcadia and in 1879 she was united in marriage to Martin Moen in Newcomb Valley. The couple farmed there in Welch coulee and in Irvin coulee south of Whitehall. Mrs. Moen continued on the farm in Irvin coulee a few years after her husband's death but moved to Whitehall in 1919, where she had since lived. Surviving her are four sons and three daughters, Syver, John, Edwin, Albert and Minnie, Mrs. Charles Scholtz of Whitehall; and Anna, Mrs. Peter Paulson and Josephine, Mrs. William Christianson both of LaCrosse. She also leaves 22 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Moen, dying at the age of 93 years, one month and fifteen days, was Whitehall's second oldest resident. THE WHITEHALL TIMES - JULY 6, 1950

 

http://freepages.gen...ts/name/mo.html

 

Så for alle med slektninger i Wisconsin lykke til. Men det er en hake, det er bare førstegenerasjon innvandrere som er "hovedperson"

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Roald Sjursen

Flott Niels.

Denne kan komme godt med , da jeg leter endel etter nordmenn i USA.

Mvh Roald

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