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Carl August Nilsson med hustru Cajsa Brask och barnen Nils Gustav, Johan August, Axel, och Anna

reser till Amerika 1883.

Carl August född 1845 i Borgvik och hustrun Cajsa född i Silbodal

Dottern Anna född 1882

Familjen emigrerade från Karlanda, där Carl August var mjölnare i Löfstafors Karlanda Värmland

Vart tog Carl August vägen i Amerika ??

 

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Jeg ser at det er en del treff på MyHeritage på denne familien. Kan noen som er medlem der se på dette ? Føler meg ikke sikker på at familien emigrerte i 1883.

 

https://www.myheritage.no/names/kajsa_brask

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Var Carl August Nilsson f.09.08.1845, Foreldre: Nils Petter Hanson og Anna Stina Johansdotter  ? Iså fall hadde han 4 søsken.  Broren Anders W. Nilsson f. 23.apr.1848 gift med Maria Helene Svendsdotter f. 01.01.1857 Loftås Norregård Fryele.  Fant ingen av dem i Census 1900 USA.. ikke immigrert heller... har de virkelig emigrert?

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Jeg synest det står 2. august som fødselsdato på Karl August i vedlegget i innlegg 1.

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Kajsa var født 26 jan 1844.

 

Her stemmer fødselsmåned,men fødselsår er 2 år feil.

Katie Nelson
United States Census, 1900
Name Katie Nelson Event Type Census Event Year 1900 Event Place Precinct 18 Chicago city Ward 14, Cook, Illinois, United States Gender Female Age 54 Marital Status Married Race White Race (Original) W Relationship to Head of Household Head Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Head Number of Living Children 5 Years Married 27 Birth Date Jan 1846 Birthplace Sweden Marriage Year (Estimated) 1873 Immigration Year 1883 Father's Birthplace Sweden Mother's Birthplace Sweden Mother of how many children 5
HOUSEHOLD ROLE GENDER AGE BIRTHPLACE Katie Nelson Head F 54 Sweden Nels Nelson Son M 27 Sweden John Nelson Son M 26 Sweden Aleck Nelson Son M 24 Sweden Anna Nelson Daughter F 17 Sweden Mary Nelson Daughter F 13 Illinois

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MS3K-9RS

 

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Nils var født 6 jan 1873.

 

Her stemmer fødselsmåned og år.

Nels Nelson
United States Census, 1900
Name Nels Nelson Event Type Census Event Year 1900 Event Place Precinct 18 Chicago city Ward 14, Cook, Illinois, United States Gender Male Age 27 Marital Status Single Race White Race (Original) W Relationship to Head of Household Son Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Son Birth Date Jan 1873 Birthplace Sweden Immigration Year 1883 Father's Birthplace Sweden Mother's Birthplace Sweden
HOUSEHOLD ROLE GENDER AGE BIRTHPLACE Katie Nelson Head F 54 Sweden Nels Nelson Son M 27 Sweden John Nelson Son M 26 Sweden Aleck Nelson Son M 24 Sweden Anna Nelson Daughter F 17 Sweden Mary Nelson Daughter F 13 Illinois

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MS3K-9R3

 

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Johan August var født 1 sept 1875.

 

Her er fødselsmåned aug 1874:

John Nelson
United States Census, 1900
Name John Nelson Event Type Census Event Year 1900 Event Place Precinct 18 Chicago city Ward 14, Cook, Illinois, United States Gender Male Age 26 Marital Status Single Race White Race (Original) W Relationship to Head of Household Son Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Son Birth Date Aug 1874 Birthplace Sweden Immigration Year 1883 Father's Birthplace Sweden Mother's Birthplace Sweden
HOUSEHOLD ROLE GENDER AGE BIRTHPLACE Katie Nelson Head F 54 Sweden Nels Nelson Son M 27 Sweden John Nelson Son M 26 Sweden Aleck Nelson Son M 24 Sweden Anna Nelson Daughter F 17 Sweden Mary Nelson Daughter F 13 Illinois

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MS3K-9RQ

 

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Axel var født 31 juli 1877.

 

Denne Aleck er født juni 1876.

Aleck Nelson
United States Census, 1900
Name Aleck Nelson Event Type Census Event Year 1900 Event Place Precinct 18 Chicago city Ward 14, Cook, Illinois, United States Gender Male Age 24 Marital Status Single Race White Race (Original) W Relationship to Head of Household Son Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Son Birth Date Jun 1876 Birthplace Sweden Immigration Year 1883 Father's Birthplace Sweden Mother's Birthplace Sweden
HOUSEHOLD ROLE GENDER AGE BIRTHPLACE Katie Nelson Head F 54 Sweden Nels Nelson Son M 27 Sweden John Nelson Son M 26 Sweden Aleck Nelson Son M 24 Sweden Anna Nelson Daughter F 17 Sweden Mary Nelson Daughter F 13 Illinois

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MS3K-9RQ

 

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Anna var født 11 april 1882,ifølge kirkeboken.

 

Denne Anna er født i april 1883.

Anna Nelson
United States Census, 1900
Name Anna Nelson Event Type Census Event Year 1900 Event Place Precinct 18 Chicago city Ward 14, Cook, Illinois, United States Gender Female Age 17 Marital Status Single Race White Race (Original) W Relationship to Head of Household Daughter Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Daughter Birth Date Apr 1883 Birthplace Sweden Immigration Year 1883 Father's Birthplace Sweden Mother's Birthplace Sweden
HOUSEHOLD ROLE GENDER AGE BIRTHPLACE Katie Nelson Head F 54 Sweden Nels Nelson Son M 27 Sweden John Nelson Son M 26 Sweden Aleck Nelson Son M 24 Sweden Anna Nelson Daughter F 17 Sweden Mary Nelson Daughter F 13 Illinois

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MS3K-9RW

 

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Immigrasjonsår 1883 stemmer på denne familien

 

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Mary var født i april 1897 i Illinois 

 

Mary Nelson
United States Census, 1900
Name Mary Nelson Event Type Census Event Year 1900 Event Place Precinct 18 Chicago city Ward 14, Cook, Illinois, United States Gender Female Age 13 Marital Status Single Race White Race (Original) W Relationship to Head of Household Daughter Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Daughter Birth Date Apr 1887 Birthplace Illinois Father's Birthplace Sweden Mother's Birthplace Sweden
HOUSEHOLD ROLE GENDER AGE BIRTHPLACE Katie Nelson Head F 54 Sweden Nels Nelson Son M 27 Sweden John Nelson Son M 26 Sweden Aleck Nelson Son M 24 Sweden Anna Nelson Daughter F 17 Sweden Mary Nelson Daughter F 13 Illinois

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MS3K-9R4

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Katherine Nelson

Illinois, Cook County Deaths, 1878-1994

birth:
26 January 1844
, , Sweden
death:
19 March 1912
Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
burial:
23 March 1912
, , Illinois
residence:
 
3441 Fulton St, Chicago, Cook, Illinois
father:
Nels Brask
mother:
Katherine Brask
other:
Alexander Nelson

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q2M7-GNW4

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För att rätta till lite datum så har jag kollat födelseböckerna igen och

Carl August Nilsson född i Borgvik 2/8 1845

Cajsa Brask född i Silbodal 26/1 1844

och paret flyttar till Amerika enligt # 1

Det som ni hittat stämmer dåligt

Försvinner Carl August med familj??

 

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I innlegg # 6 har jeg skrevet feil fødselsår på Mary.
Hun var 13 år i Census1900.Født april 1887,og ikke april 1897,som jeg skrev.


Mary var født 3 april 1887 i Chicago,Cook,Illinois.
Foreldre Charley Nelson og Oeisa Brask.(Skal vel kanskje være Caisa Brask?)
Far født 1845,og mor født 1844 i Sverige.

 

 

Marie Nilsen
Illinois, Cook County, Birth Certificates

Name Marie Nilsen Event Type Birth Event Date 03 Apr 1887 Event Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States Registration Place , Cook, Illinois Gender Female Ethnicity American Race White Father's Name Charly Nilsen Father's Birthplace Sweden Father's Age 42 Father's Estimated Birth Year 1845 Mother's Name Oeissa Brask Mother's Birthplace Sweden Mother's Age 43 Mother's Estimated Birth Year 1844 Certificate Number 10267

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NQY9-CZR

 

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Jeg tror det er riktig familie som er funnet.

Caisa/Katie Nelson står med feil fødselsår(jan 1846) i 1900.
Men fødselsmåned stemmer.Hun står som gift,men ektemannen bor ikke hos familien i 1900.

Katie Nelson
United States Census, 1900
Name Katie Nelson Event Type Census Event Year 1900 Event Place Precinct 18 Chicago city Ward 14, Cook, Illinois, United States Gender Female Age 54 Marital Status Married Race White Race (Original) W Relationship to Head of Household Head Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Head Number of Living Children 5 Years Married 27 Birth Date Jan 1846 Birthplace Sweden Marriage Year (Estimated) 1873 Immigration Year 1883 Father's Birthplace SwedenMother's Birthplace Sweden Mother of how many children 5
HOUSEHOLD ROLE GENDER AGE BIRTHPLACE Katie Nelson Head F 54 Sweden Nels Nelson Son M 27 SwedenJohn Nelson Son M 26 Sweden Aleck Nelson Son M 24 Sweden Anna Nelson Daughter F 17 Sweden Mary NelsonDaughter F 13 Illinois

https://familysearch...03/1:1:MS3K-9RS

 

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Katherine Nelson døde 19 mars 1912 i Chicago,Cook,Illinois.
Fødselsdato 26 jan 1844 stemmer med din Caisa Brask.Katherine var enke da hun døde.Informant var Alexander Nelson.(Det er vel den samme som sønnen Axel)

 

 

Katherine Nelson
Illinois, Cook County Deaths

Name Katherine Nelson Event Type Death Event Date 19 Mar 1912 Event Place , Cook, Illinois, United States Address 4441 Fulton St. Gender Female Age 68 Marital Status Widowed Ethnicity American Race White Occupation Housewife Birth Date 26 Jan 1844 Birthplace Sweden Burial Date 23 Mar 1912 Cemetery Rose Hill Father's Name Nels Brask Father's Birthplace Sweden Mother's Name Katherine Brask Mother's Birthplace Sweden Record Number 93 Source Reference 8262

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N7JR-YFF

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Anna var født 11 april 1882,ifølge kirkeboken.

 

Denne Anna er født i april 1883.

Anna Nelson
United States Census, 1900
Name Anna Nelson Event Type Census Event Year 1900 Event Place Precinct 18 Chicago city Ward 14, Cook, Illinois, United States Gender Female Age 17 Marital Status Single Race White Race (Original) W Relationship to Head of Household Daughter Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Daughter Birth Date Apr 1883 Birthplace SwedenImmigration Year 1883 Father's Birthplace Sweden Mother's Birthplace Sweden
HOUSEHOLD ROLE GENDER AGE BIRTHPLACE Katie Nelson Head F 54 Sweden Nels Nelson Son M 27 SwedenJohn Nelson Son M 26 Sweden Aleck Nelson Son M 24 Sweden Anna Nelson Daughter F 17 Sweden Mary NelsonDaughter F 13 Illinois

https://familysearch...03/1:1:MS3K-9RW

 

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Anna Nelson Rameyn
Illinois, Cook County Deaths

Name Anna Nelson Rameyn Event Type Death Event Date 02 Oct 1950 Event Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States Gender Female Marital Status Widowed Race White Occupation Receptionist Birth Date 12 Apr 1882 Birthplace , , SWEDEN Funeral Home Lain And Son Inc Burial Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois Cemetery ROSEHILL

 

Father's Name

Carl Nelson

 

Mother's Name

Katherine Brask

 

Informant's Name

E A Foelske Entry Number 72090 Residence Place 1650 BEVERLY GLEN PARK WAY

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q23W-3Y33

 

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Anna er skilt i 1940.Ser ut til at søsteren Marie,født april 1887,er gift med en Foelshe/Foelske.

 

Anna Rameyn
United States Census, 1940
Name Anna Rameyn Event Type Census Event Date 1940 Event Place Ward 19, Chicago, Chicago City, Cook, Illinois, United States Gender Female Age 58 Marital Status Divorced Race (Original) White Race White Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Sister-In-Law Relationship to Head of Household Sister-in-law Birthplace Sweden Birth Year (Estimated) 1882 Last Place of Residence Wheaton, Dupage, Illinois
HOUSEHOLD ROLE GENDER AGE BIRTHPLACE

 

Ernest Foelshe

Head M 51 Illinois

 

Marie Folshe

Wife F 53 Illinois

 

Marion Folshe

Daughter F 19 Illinois

 

Anna Rameyn

Sister-in-law F 58 Sweden

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KWBX-LJJ

 

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Anna Rameyn
United States Census, 1920
Name Anna Rameyn Event Type Census Event Date 1920 Event Place Chicago Ward 27, Cook (Chicago), Illinois, United States Gender Female Age 37 Marital Status Married Race White Race (Original) White Can Read Yes Can Write Yes Relationship to Head of Household Wife Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Wife Birth Year (Estimated) 1883 Birthplace Sweden Immigration Year 1883 Father's Birthplace Sweden Mother's Birthplace Sweden Sheet Letter B Sheet Number 17
HOUSEHOLD ROLE GENDER AGE BIRTHPLACE Frank W Rameyn Head M 37 Missouri

 

Anna Rameyn

Wife F 37 Sweden

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MJQG-5B6

 

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Ektemannen til Anna var født i Missouri i 1883

Frank W Rameyn

Head

United States Census, 1920

birth:
1883
Missouri
residence:
1920
Chicago Ward 27, Cook (Chicago), Illinois, United States
spouse:
Anna Rameyn

 

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Her er vel ektemannen til Anna i 1940.HAN står med status Widowed.

 

Frank W Rameyn
United States Census, 1940
Name Frank W Rameyn Event Type Census Event Date 1940 Event Place Ward 42, Chicago, Chicago City, Cook, Illinois, United States Gender Male Age 58 Marital Status Widowed Race (Original) White Race White Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Lodger Relationship to Head of Household Lodger Birthplace Missouri Birth Year (Estimated) 1882 Last Place of Residence Same Place
HOUSEHOLD ROLE GENDER AGE BIRTHPLACE Elizabeth Sugg Head F 54 Illinois Ronald Sugg Son M 23 Illinois Royal Sugg Son M 19 Illinois Raymond Sugg Son M 16 Illinois Rudolph Sugg Son M 13 Illinois Robert L Bradbury Lodger M 45 Massachusetts Andji Bradbury Lodger's wife F 27 Illinois Robert M Dunn Lodger M 52 Scotland Henry Wheeler Lodger M 68 Massachusetts Elizabeth Wheeler Lodger's wife F 46 New York Harry Barret Lodger M 44 Illinois Florence Barret Wife F 33 Illinois Gilbert Allen Lodger M 23 Alabama Inez Allen Lodger's wife F 22 Alabama Charles Allen Lodger's son M 1 Illinois Helen Mcintosh Lodger F 61 Minnesota Oliver Haskins Lodger M 40 Ohio William H Gardner Lodger M 62 New York Katherine Bay Lodger F 40 Germany Richard Zobott Lodger M 50 Illinois Richard Zobott Lodger's son M 19 Illinois Frank W Rameyn Lodger M 58 Missouri Paul Mandell Lodger M 69 Missouri

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K4MF-563

 

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Frank Wilbur Rameyn
United States World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942

Name Frank Wilbur Rameyn Event Type Draft Registration Event Date 1942 Event Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States Residence Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois Gender Male Employer Frank Wilbur/Rameyn Birth Date 02 Feb 1882 Affiliate ARC Identifier 623284

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V1KX-HWM

 

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Men ved død står han med status Divorced.

Anna er oppgitt som ektefelle.

 

 

Frank Wilbur Rameyn
Illinois, Cook County Deaths

Name Frank Wilbur Rameyn Event Type Death Event Date 07 Jan 1949 Event Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States Address 22 S Clark St Gender Male Age 66 Marital Status Divorced Race White Occupation Insurance Broker Birth Date 02 Feb 1882 Birthplace Kansas City, , Missouri Funeral Home Deaborne Funeral Home Burial Place Lakeview, , Illinois Cemetery Graceland

Father's Name   Charles Rameyn

Mother's Name  Edna Howard

Spouse's Name  Anna

Informant's Name  Anna Rameyn Entry Number 695

 

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q2M4-Y41F

 

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Frank Wilbur Rameyn
United States World War I Draft Registration Cards

Name Frank Wilbur Rameyn Event Type Draft Registration Event Date 1917-1918 Event Place Chicago City no 62, Illinois, United States Gender Male Nationality United States Birth Date 02 Feb 1882 Birthplace , , United States

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K6DN-D76

 

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Marie Foelske
United States Census, 1920
Name Marie Foelske Event Type Census Event Date 1920 Event Place Cleveland Ward 22, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States Gender Female Age 32 Marital Status Married Race White Race (Original) White Relationship to Head of Household Wife Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Wife Birth Year (Estimated) 1888 Birthplace Illinois Father's Birthplace Sweden Mother's Birthplace Sweden Sheet Letter B Sheet Number 6
HOUSEHOLD ROLE GENDER AGE BIRTHPLACE Ernest A Foelske Head M 29 Illinois

 

Marie Foelske

Wife F 32 Illinois

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MDTM-MXN

 

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Marie Foelske

United States Census, 1930
Name Marie Foelske Event Type Census Event Date 1930 Event Place Chicago (Districts 0751-1000), Cook, Illinois, United States Gender Female Age 41 Marital Status Married Race White Race (Original) White Relationship to Head of Household Wife Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Wife Birth Year (Estimated) 1889 Birthplace Illinois Father's Birthplace Sweden Mother's Birthplace Sweden Sheet Letter A Sheet Number 10
HOUSEHOLD ROLE GENDER AGE BIRTHPLACE
Ernest A Foelske Head M 40 Illinois Marie Foelske Wife F 41 Illinois
Marion J Foelske Daughter F 9 Illinois

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XSL1-1DY

 

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Marie Foelske

Illinois, Cook County Deaths, 1878-1994

birth:
3 April 1887
Chicago, , Illinois
death:
22 February 1965
Evergreen Park, Cook, Illinois, United States
burial:
24 February 1965
Chicago, , Illinois
residence:
 
1650 West Beverly Glen Parkway, Chicago, Cook, Illinois
spouse:
Ernest Foelske
other:
Ernest Foelske

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q2MX-QVZY

 

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Ernest Foelske
United States Social Security Death Index

Age 89 Given Name Ernest Surname Foelske Birth Date 10 Feb 1890 State Illinois Last Place of Residence Cook, Illinois Previous Residence Postal Code 60643 Event Date Jul 1979

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JYNT-72R

 

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Ernest Adolph Foelske
United States World War I Draft Registration Cards

Name Ernest Adolph Foelske Event Type Draft Registration Event Date 1917-1918 Event Place Cleveland City no 7, Ohio, United States Gender Male Nationality United States Birth Date 10 Feb 1890 Birthplace Chicago, Illinois, United States

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K6FH-G3K

 

Han oppgir navnet på .kona Marie.

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Ernest A Foelske
United States World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942

Name Ernest A Foelske Event Type Draft Registration Event Date 1942 Event Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States Residence Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois Gender Male Employer Ernest A/Foelske Birth Date 10 Feb 1890 Affiliate ARC Identifier 623284

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Marion Jane Foelski
Illinois, Cook County, Birth Certificates

Name Marion Jane Foelski Event Type Birth Event Date 11 Sep 1920 Event Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States Registration Place , Cook, Illinois Gender Female Father's Name Ernest A Foelke Father's Birthplace Chicago, Illinois Father's Age 30 Father's Estimated Birth Year 1890 Mother's Name Marie Nelson Mother's Birthplace Chicago, Illinois Mother's Age 33 Mother's Estimated Birth Year 1887 Certificate Number 35316

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N77X-4M6

 

ILLINOIS, COOK COUNTY, BIRTH CERTIFICATES, 1871-1940 GS Film Number 1309413 Digital Folder Number 004442037 Image Number

01452

 

 

 

 

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För att rätta till lite datum så har jag kollat födelseböckerna igen och

Carl August Nilsson född i Borgvik 2/8 1845

Cajsa Brask född i Silbodal 26/1 1844

och paret flyttar till Amerika enligt # 1

Det som ni hittat stämmer dåligt

Försvinner Carl August med familj??

 

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Hvorfor tror du det vi har funnet er feil?

 

Jeg mener bestemt at vi har funnet riktige familie,

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Axel var født 31 juli 1877.

 

Denne Aleck er født juni 1876.

Aleck Nelson
United States Census, 1900
Name Aleck Nelson Event Type Census Event Year 1900 Event Place Precinct 18 Chicago city Ward 14, Cook, Illinois, United States Gender Male Age 24 Marital Status Single Race White Race (Original) W Relationship to Head of Household Son Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Son Birth Date Jun 1876 Birthplace Sweden Immigration Year 1883 Father's Birthplace Sweden Mother's Birthplace Sweden
HOUSEHOLD ROLE GENDER AGE BIRTHPLACE Katie Nelson Head F 54 Sweden Nels Nelson Son M 27 SwedenJohn Nelson Son M 26 Sweden Aleck Nelson Son M 24 Sweden Anna Nelson Daughter F 17 Sweden Mary NelsonDaughter F 13 Illinois

https://familysearch...03/1:1:MS3K-9RQ

 

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Alexander Nelson
United States Census, 1910
Name Alexander Nelson Event Type Census Event Date 1910 Event Place Chicago Ward 13, Cook, Illinois, United States Gender Male Age 32 Marital Status Married Race White Race (Original) White Relationship to Head of Household Head Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Head Birth Year (Estimated) 1878 Birthplace Sweden Immigration Year 1883 Father's Birthplace Sweden Mother's Birthplace Sweden Sheet Letter B Sheet Number 3
HOUSEHOLD ROLE GENDER AGE BIRTHPLACE Alexander Nelson Head M 32 Sweden Rose Nelson Wife F 33 Illinois Jeannette E Nelson Daughter F 4 Illinois Howard A Nelson Son M 0 Illinois

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MKCL-XP9

 

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Howard Alexander Nelson
Illinois, Cook County, Birth Certificates

Name Howard Alexander Nelson Event Type Birth Event Date 03 Dec 1908 Event Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States Registration Date 01 May 1944 Registration Place , Cook, Illinois Gender Male Father's Name Alexander Nelson Father's Birthplace Sweden Father's Age 31 Father's Estimated Birth Year 1877 Mother's Name Rose Populorum Bradley Mother's Birthplace Chicago, Illinois Mother's Age 31 Mother's Estimated Birth Year 1877 Certificate Number 269254

 

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q239-D2QY

 

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Howard A Nelson
United States Social Security Death Index

Age 87 Given Name Howard Middle Name A Surname Nelson Birth Date 03 Dec 1908 State Illinois Last Place of Residence Illinois Previous Residence Postal Code 60115 Event Date Jan 1995

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JRK3-RM2

 

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Nelson
Illinois, Cook County, Birth Certificates

Name Nelson Event Type Birth Event Date 04 Feb 1913 Event Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States Registration Place , Cook, Illinois Gender Female Father's Name Alexander Nelson Father's Age 35 Father's Estimated Birth Year 1878 Mother's Name Rose Populovim Mother's Birthplace Chicago, Illinois Mother's Age 36 Mother's Estimated Birth Year 1877 Certificate Number 17116

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NQBB-93P

 

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Jeannette Esther Nelson
Illinois, Cook County, Birth Certificates

Name Jeannette Esther Nelson Event Type Birth Event Date 08 Dec 1905 Event Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States Registration Date 17 Jan 1944 Registration Place , Cook, Illinois Gender Female Father's Name Alexander Nelson Father's Birthplace Sweden Father's Age 28 Father's Estimated Birth Year 1877 Mother's Name Rose Populorum Mother's Birthplace Chicago, Illinois Mother's Age 28 Mother's Estimated Birth Year 1877 Certificate Number 262746

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q239-8RNL

 

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Ancestry:

 

Alexander Nelson Found 10 Records, 10 Photos and 3,279,128 Family Trees

Born on 1877 to Charls Anarleson and Katheryne Brask. Alexander married Rose Populorum and had 3 children. He passed away on 1919.

 

Charls Anarleson er vel den samme som Carl A(ugust) Nelson.

 

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Rose Populorum Found 10 Records, 10 Photos and 779 Family Trees

Born in Chicago, Illinois, USA on 4 Oct 1876 to Louis Charles Populorum and Anna Hisler. Rose married Alexander Nelson and had 3 children. She passed away on 15 Jul 1964 in Ephrain, Wisconsin, USA.

Family Members

Children

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Rose Populorum 1876-1964 - Ancestry
www.ancestry.com/genealogy/records/rose-populorum_169192851
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10 Records - Research genealogy for Rose Populorum of Chicago, Illinois, USA, as well as other members of the Populorum family, on Ancestry.
 
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Kona til Alexander Nelson:

Rosella Papolorian

Daughter

United States Census, 1900

birth:
October 1877
Illinois
residence:
1900
Precinct 13 Chicago city Ward 14, Cook, Illinois, United States
father:
Louis Papolorian
mother:
Anna Papolorian
other:
Frank J Papolorian, Anna E Papolorian

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MS3V-23F

 

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Ser ut til at Rose er gift på nytt:

 

Howard A Nelson
United States Census, 1930
Name Howard A Nelson Event Type Census Event Date 1930 Event Place Dekalb, DeKalb, Illinois, United States Gender Male Age 21 Marital Status Single Race White Race (Original) White Relationship to Head of Household Son Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Son Birth Year (Estimated) 1909 Birthplace Illinois Father's Birthplace Sweden Mother's Birthplace Illinois Sheet Letter A Sheet Number 3
HOUSEHOLD ROLE GENDER AGE BIRTHPLACE

Thomas E D

Bradley

Head M 67 Illinois

 

Rose P Bradley

Wife F 53 Illinois

 

Howard A Nelson

Son M 21 Illinois

 

Harriet R Nelson

Daughter F 17 Illinois

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XSYM-95R

 

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Rose P Bradley
United States Census, 1940
Name Rose P Bradley Event Type Census Event Date 1940 Event Place Ward 2, DeKalb, DeKalb Township, DeKalb, Illinois, United States Gender Female Age 63 Marital Status Married Race (Original) White Race White Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Wife Relationship to Head of Household Wife Birthplace Illinois Birth Year (Estimated) 1877 Last Place of Residence Same House
HOUSEHOLD ROLE GENDER AGE BIRTHPLACE Thomas E D Bradley Head M 78 Illinois

 

Rose P Bradley

Wife F 63 Illinois

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KW4J-J58

 

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Rose Bradley
United States Social Security Death Index

Age 88 Given Name Rose Surname Bradley Birth Date 04 Oct 1876 State Illinois Event Date Jul 1964

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JR2R-CNG

 

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Finner Rose og ektemannen Thomas 2  ganger på Ellis Island:

 

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Rose P Bradley
New York, New York Passenger and Crew Lists, 1909

Name Rose P Bradley Event Type Immigration Event Date 1925 Event Place New York, New York, United States Gender Female Age 48 Birth Year (Estimated) 1877 Birthplace Chicago Ill Ship Name Samaria

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXM1-TDF

 

 

Manifestet Ellis Island:

 

Ser nå at det står ELIMINATIONS ved navna deres.

http://www.libertyellisfoundation.org/passenger-details/czoxMjoiOTAxNzAzMjYwNzM5Ijs=/czo4OiJtYW5pZmVzdCI7

 

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Rose P Bradley
New York, New York Passenger and Crew Lists, 1909

Name Rose P Bradley Event Type Immigration Event Date 1934 Event Place New York, New York, United States Gender Female Age 57 Birth Year (Estimated) 1877 Birthplace Chicago Ill Ship Name Exochorda

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:24NT-WTL

 

Skipet hadde reist fra Alexandria,Egypt,24 feb 1934.

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Ektemannen til  Jeannette Esther Nelson,gift Avent.

(Datter av Alexander (egentlig het han  Axel) Nelson  og Rose  Populorum,senere gift med Thomas Bradley.)

 

 

På denne siden  finner du et bilde av familien:

 

James Monroe Avent (1895–1995) was a Standard Oil executive based in China from 1919 until 1949. Son of noted artist Mayna Treanor Avent, Avent arrived in China shortly after World War I and, apart from a period during World War II, lived there with his family.

James Avent was born in Murfreesboro, Tennessee in 1895. He attended the University of the South from 1915 until 1917 after which he fought for the United States during World War I.

China[edit]

After the end of the First World War, Avent joined Standard Oil and was assigned to the company's Tsingtao office.[1] Later, he was transferred with his family among a number of Chinese cities. During this time Harriet Nelson, the sister of Avent's wife Jeanette, met and married famed World War II submarine commander Mush Morton.

Avent lived in China until 1949 after which he retired with his family to Sewanee, Tennessee. He lived there until his death in 1995.

References[edit]

  • Keith, Don (2011). Undersea Warrior: The World War II Story of 'Mush' Morton and the USS Wahoo. 2011. NAL Caliber, New American Library, Penguin Group, New York,ISBN 978-0-451-23488-9

Notes[edit]

  1. Jump up^ Keith, Don (2011). p 28

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Avent

 

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Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections > The DeKalb Daily Chronicle > 14 August 1929

 

The DeKalb Daily Chronicle, Volume 29, Number 208, 14 August 1929 '

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 192'

THE DE KALB DAILY CHRONICLE, DE KALB. ILLINOIS PAGE FTVT8

Society News

One of the most Impressive a U 65 of the most beautiful :hurch weddings of the season, took place this afternoon at the First Congregational church on South Second street at 4:00 o'clock, when Idas Jeanette Esther Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E D Bradley of 330 North Second street beaj the bride of James Monroe Krent, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank 4 irt of Nashville. Tenn. rtlie officiating clergyman was Ihe, Reverend John Gray Rhind. B. D.. pastor of the First Presbvtrian thurch of Iowa City. la., son-in-law rf Mr. Bradley. The beautiful Van Pke service was used. A profusion of cot flowers was used in effectively decorating- the church. The bride was never more charming than- this afternoon, in her bridal gown of lace cleverly combined 1th tulle. Her veil was also of tulle completing a most attractive picture. Her bouquet was of lillies of the valley and sweet peaa. The ushers were Paul Russell Bradley. Howard Alex Nelson, Avent Murfree and Walter Stokes. The bride and her attendants were preceded to the altar by Helen Jean Racey. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Racey and six year old cousin Of the bride, as f lower girl who as most adorable in pink and French blue organdy. Master Scott Allan Rhind .five year old son of the minister, was ring bearer and wore a White satin suit. Members of the wedding party took their places at the altar to the wedding inarch from Lohengrin by Wagner. The recessional was Mendelssohn's wedding march. Preceding the ceremony Mrs. Palmer J. fSchfeTe, who presided at the organ, giffyed "Largo," "Pres de La Mer." l Vurious Story." lUiss I.ouisc Racey, cousin of the IruSe and Miss Harriett Nelson, a Bister were bridesmaids. Both young women were gowned in taffeta, Miss Racey in green and Miss Nelson In peach, and wore horsehair braid hats. Their bouquets were of roses and delphinium. Morton Adams of Miami. Florida, was bestman. Although the bride has spent but a very short time in this city, having Just returned from a trip abroad and from several weeks in northern W isconsin, she has during that time made a host of friends and acquaintances. She attended Ferry Hall, at Lake Forrest, and Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. Mr. Avent is a graduate of the University of the South, located at Swanee, Tenn. For the past ten years he has been a representative for the Standard Oil Co., in China, havin? until recently been Stationed at Tsinanfu. Shantung. He hfir heen enjoying a six months leave of absence in this country. A recaption was held at the Bradley home on North Second street following the ceremony. Invitations to MO were issued with most of them attending. Decorations at the h-r!" were very simply carried out Flowers of the season, for the io-t part roses, and with tapers. The first part of the honeymoon isVto he spent at Banff. Lake lionise Caflftfia. On August 23 Mr. and Mrs. Avent will sail from Vancouver on the Empress of China for Tientsin. China, where they will make their future home. They will be at home after October 1. Guests from out of the state who were in attendance were Mr. and Mrs Frank Avent, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stoks and Mr. and Mrs. Avent Murfree of Nashville. Tenn.. Mr and Mrs. Morton B. Adams of Coral Gables, Fla.. Mrs. Moore of River Forest Fall, Ala.. Rev. and Mrs. John Gray Rhind arrd three sons of Iowa City. Ia.. and Mr. and yn j. C. Deealey, Mrs. Betty Avent Murfree and daughter Mary, all of Murphsborough. Tenn. George Wolf of St. Louis, who spent several years with Mr. Avent in China, and Mr. and Mrs Paul Bradley and family of Winnetka, also attended.

http://idnc.library.illinois.edu/cgi-bin/illinois?a=d&d=DKD19290814.1.5

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Og da er dette ektemannen til Jeanette sin søster ,Harriet R Nelson

 

 

 

Dudley W. Morton

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Dudley Walker "Mush" Morton (July 17, 1907 – October 11, 1943) was a submarine commander of the United States Navyduring World War II. He was commander of USS Wahoo (SS-238) during its third through seventh patrols. Wahoo was one of the most-celebrated submarines of World War II, sinking at least 19 Japanese ships, more than any other submarine of the time.[1] Morton and Wahoo disappeared in 1943 during a patrol near La Perouse Strait, and he was ultimately declared deceased three years later.

A native of Owensboro, Kentucky, Morton graduated from the Naval Academy in 1930. There he received the nickname "Mushmouth", after a character in the cartoon strip Moon Mullins whose large square jaw and prominent mouth resembled Morton's. The nickname was shortened to "Mush", by which he was known for much of his life.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

Prior to the beginning of World War II, he served in the USS Saratoga (CV-3)USS Chicago (CA-29)USS Canopus (AS-9),USS Fairfax (DD-93), and the submarines USS R-5 (SS-82) and USS S-37 (SS-142).

Promoted to Commander October 15, 1942, he was in nominal command of USS Dolphin (SS-169) while it underwent extended repairs at Pearl Harbor. He was relieved to make a war patrol in USS Wahoo (SS-238) between November 8 and December 26 as prospective commanding officer, a supernumerary position to prepare him for command of a fleet boat. Morton took command of Wahoo on December 31 in Brisbane, Australia. Between January 26, 1943 and October 11, he carried out four offensive patrols, during which Wahoo was responsible for sinking 19 cargo and transport ships for a combined total of 55,000 tons.

During Wahoo's third war patrol, Morton was responsible for an incident which resulted in shipwrecked soldiers in about twenty lifeboats[2] of sunken Japanese transport Bunyo Maru[3] being fired on while in the water. The transport was torpedoed by Wahoo on 26 January 1943. Morton was responsible for ordering the machine gunning of the shipwrecked survivors, in the water, including British Indian POWs.[4][5][6] Morton's executive officer, Richard O'Kane, who was on Wahoo's bridge when the incident took place, likened it to attacks on small craft made during the Dunkirk evacuation, and for the same reason: to prevent the enemy from recovering a body of troops that would shortly fight again.[7] However, the Hague Convention of 1907 bans the killing of shipwreck survivors under any circumstances.[8]

Controversy still attaches to this action, since survivors in the water may have been deliberately targeted. Vice Admiral Charles A. Lockwood, the contemporary COMSUBPAC, (who was not present at the incident) asserts survivors were army troops and turned machinegun and rifle fire on Wahoo while she maneuvered on the surface, and such resistance was common in submarine warfare.[9]O'Kane stated fire from Wahoo was intended to force the troops to abandon their boats and no troops were deliberately targeted.[10] Later historian Clay Blair states Morton opened fire first and the shipwrecked returned fire with handguns.[11]

Whatever the case, Morton and O'Kane had misidentified the survivors as Japanese. In fact, they were mainly Indian POWs of 2nd Battalion, 16th Punjab Regiment, plus escorting forces from the Japanese 26th Field Ordnance Depot.[12] Of 1,126 men aboard Bunyo Maru, 195 Indians and 87 Japanese died in all, including those killed in the initial sinking.

Unlike German submariner Heinz-Wilhelm Eck, who was executed as a war criminal for ordering the killing of civilian shipwreck survivors, Morton did not face any criminal liability for his alleged actions. O'Kane believed this event prevented Morton from being awarded the Medal of Honor.[13]

After three arduous war patrols, Morton was given the highly dangerous assignment of penetrating the Sea of Japan. Commander Morton was reported missing in action in December, when his submarine was presumed lost. After the war, it was determined from Japanese records that, on October 11, in the time frame in which the Wahoo was expected to exit through La Perouse Strait, an antisubmarine aircraft found a surfaced submarine and attacked, dropping three depth charges.[14]

Declared deceased on January 7, 1946, Morton had been awarded the Navy Cross, three gold stars in lieu of a second, third, and fourth Navy Cross, and the Army Distinguished Service Cross.

World War II Summary[edit]

 

Summary of CDR Dudley W. Morton's USS R-5 (SS-82) and USS Wahoo (SS-238) War Patrols   Departing From Date Days Wartime Credit
Ships/Tonnage JANAC[15] Credit
Ships/Tonnage Patrol Area R-5-1 Atlantic 1942 ? zero/zero[16] zero/zero Atlantic Wahoo-3 Brisbane, Australia January 1943 23 5/31,900[17] 3/11,348[18] -->Pearl Harbor Wahoo-4 Pearl Harbor, TH February 1943 42 8/36,700[19] 9/19,530[18] East China Sea Wahoo-5 Pearl Harbor, TH April 1943 26 3/24,700[20] 3/10,376[18] Empire Wahoo-6 Pearl Harbor, TH August 1943 27 zero/zero[21] zero/zero[18] Empire Wahoo-7 Pearl Harbor, TH September 1943 lost 1/7,100[22] 4/13,429[18] Empire
 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mush_Morton

 

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Mush Morton and the crew of the Wahoo, War Criminals? 
by David L. Johnston 

http://www.militaryhistoryonline.com/wwii/articles/usswahoo.aspx

 

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http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/story?id=2670734&page=1

 

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Commander Dudley Walker Morton 
July 17, 1907 - October 11, 1943

Dudley Walker Morton was born in Owensboro, Kentucky on July 17, 1907 to Mr. and Mrs. William Dix Morton.  He attended the Miami High School, Miami, Florida and entered the U.S. Naval Academy as a Midshipman from the Fourth Florida District in 1926.  He was on the Varsity Football Team and Varsity Wrestling Squad all four years and was variously called "Mush", "Mushmouth" and "Dud" by his classmates.  Graduated and commissioned Ensign on June 5, 1930, he subsequently advanced to the rank of Commander.

After graduation he was ordered to the USS SARATOGA for passage to the West Coast where he had duty in connection with the fitting out of the USS CHICAGO at the Mare Island Naval Shipyard.  He served in her from ship's commissioning on March 9, 1931 until June, 1933 when he reported to the Submarine Base, New London, Connecticut for instruction.  Upon completion of that course in December, 1933 he was ordered to the Asiatic Station where he served in the USS CANOPUS and later in the USS S-37, flagship of Submarine Division Ten until January 1937.

He returned to the United States via Europe and Siberia and was stationed in the Navy Yard, Philadelphia from February 1937 until May 1939 when he joined USS FAIRFAX and served as her Executive Officer until June, 1940.  He next refitted the USS R-5 and commanded her until April, 1942.  He was attached to the Submarine Base, New London, Connecticut in May and in June 1942 was ordered to Submarine Squadron Four for duty as a Prospective Commanding Officer.  Ordered to the USS WAHOO, he joined her on November 2, 1942.  Following participation in her Second War Patrol, he assumed command on December 31, 1942.  Following four war patrols as Commanding Officer of the WAHOO he was reported Missing In Action when that submarine was reported overdue and presumed to be lost on November 1, 1943 in the Sea of Japan, Asiatic Area.  He was later declared dead, presumptive January 7, 1946.

Commander Morton was awarded the Navy Cross, three Gold Stars in lieu of a second, third and fourth Navy Cross and the Army Distinguished Service Cross.  In addition to these decorations, Commander Morton received the American Defense Service Medal, Fleet Clasp; the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal; and was entitled to the World War II Victory Medal; and the Purple Heart Medal.  The Navy officially credited him as the second highest scoring submarine commander of World War II (tied with Captain Slade D. Cutter).

Commander Morton was survived by his wife Harriet and their two children, Douglas N. Morton and Edwina R. Morton.

http://www.warfish.com/dwm.html

 

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Harriet Morton
United States Census, 1940
Name Harriet Morton Event Type Census Event Date 1940 Event Place Area A, Norfolk, Norfolk City Voting Precinct 26, Norfolk City, Virginia, United States Gender Female Age 27 Marital Status Married Race (Original) White Race White Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Wife Relationship to Head of Household Wife Birthplace Illinois Birth Year (Estimated) 1913 Last Place of Residence Tsing Toa, China
HOUSEHOLD ROLE GENDER AGE BIRTHPLACE

 

Dudley W Morton

Head M 32 Kentucky

 

Harriet Morton

Wife F 27 Illinois

 

Douglas Morton

Son M 0 Virginia

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VTMQ-L68

 

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Harriet Morton
New York, New York Passenger and Crew Lists, 1909

Name Harriet Morton Event Type Immigration Event Date 1937 Event Place New York, New York, United States Gender Female Age 24 Birth Year (Estimated) 1913 Birthplace Chicago Ill Ship Name Washington

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:24KJ-CS2

 

 

Harriet ankom New York sammen med Jarmila Morton,28,og Dudley Morton 30.

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Douglas N. Morton (Private). Parents: Dudley Walker Morton and Harriet Rose Nelson.

 

bullet.gif Dudley Walker Morton was born on 17 Jul 1907. He died on 11 Oct 1943 in La Perouse Straits, near Japan.. 

Comdr. Dudley "Mush" Morton was commander of the submarine "Wahoo" during World War II. There is an excellent story of the feats of the Wahoo and Cdr. Morton in the May 1958 issue of Argosy magazine. A copy of that article is in the Morton file. A monument was erected to his honor in Owensboro, Kentucky, and dedicated on October 7, 1994. The "Wahoo" sank 28 Japanese ships, a number that was only surpassed by the "Tang." Commander Morton went down with his ship in the La Perouse Straits on October 11, 1943, the result of an aerial bomb. He was posthumously awarded the Navy Cross. 

In 1995, both American and Japanese navy veterans of World War II joined together in a rare alliance to honor the submarine USS Wahoo. Representatives of the one-time enemies erected a peace monument near Cape Soya, Japan where the submarine was sunk and destroyed. Dedication ceremonies were held Sept. 9 at the Nikko Hotel in Wakkanai, Japan. Unveiling of the memorial took place atop the Cape, 10 miles east of the city and only 12 miles from the Wahoo's current berth beneath the waters. Parents: William Dix Morton and Elizabeth Rebecca Rowe.

He was married to Harriet Rose Nelson in 1935. Children were: Douglas N. Morton , Edwina Rowe Morton.

 

bullet.gif Edwina Rowe Morton (Private). Parents: Dudley Walker Morton and Harriet Rose Nelson.

She was married to Botts.

 

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~roweroots/d37.htm

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Jag ber om ursäkt för mina tvivel

De olika datumen i början av inläggen

gjorde att jag ville förtydliga.

Men nu är jag på samma spår

jag tror att ni funnit alldeles rätt

Det är bara att bocka och tacka

för ett fint jobb av proffsiga forskare.

 

MVH Per Nilsson

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Herved er du tilgitt,Per!  :D

 

Har lagt inn litt flere opplysninger i # 16 og # 17.

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Det gjenstår vel å finne mere info om  Carl August Nelson f 2/8-1845,og sønnene Nils  Gustav f 6/1-1873 ,  og Johan August f 1/9-1875.

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Hej

I inlegg 7,8,11 står att Cajsa född 18440126 dör 19 Mars 1912

Och hon har en far Niels Brask, och en mor Katrna Brask

Enligt mina forskningar har Cajsa Brask en far Daniel Brask

och mor Stina Anderssdotter

Hur stämmer detta?

 

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Katherine Nelson

Illinois, Cook County Deaths, 1878-1994

birth:
26 January 1844
, , Sweden
death:
19 March 1912
Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
burial:
23 March 1912
, , Illinois
residence:
 
3441 Fulton St, Chicago, Cook, Illinois
father:
Nels Brask
mother:
Katherine Brask
other:
Alexander Nelson

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q2M7-GNW4

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Som du ser, er opplysningene gitt av sønnen Alexander. Det virker som han har blandet sammen besteforeldrene og oppgitt farens, Carl Augusts foreldre (som han ikke husket helt rett heller..) istedenfor morens foreldre, som var Daniel Alexandersson Brask f. 1810 og Stina Andersdotter f. 1813. [HFL: Silbodal AI:16 (1841-1845) Bild 10 / sid 4 (AID: v13153.b10.s4, NAD: SE/VA/13462)]

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Carl Augusts foreldre var ifølge den eneste dåpen i Borgvik jeg har funnet som kan passe; 

 

Johan August født 2/8, døpt 6/8 - 1845 med foreldre fiskaren Nils Ersson og hustru Margreta Nilsdotter på Bruket. (Har du funnet en dåp med Carl August?)

 

Kilde: Borgvik C:4 (1825-1860) Bild 440 / sid 79 (AID: v5085a.b440.s79, NAD: SE/VA/13047)

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Som du ser, er opplysningene gitt av sønnen Alexander. Det virker som han har blandet sammen besteforeldrene og oppgitt farens, Carl Augusts foreldre (som han ikke husket helt rett heller..) istedenfor morens foreldre, som var Daniel Alexandersson Brask f. 1810 og Stina Andersdotter f. 1813. [HFL: Silbodal AI:16 (1841-1845) Bild 10 / sid 4 (AID: v13153.b10.s4, NAD: SE/VA/13462)]

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Carl Augusts foreldre var ifølge den eneste dåpen i Borgvik jeg har funnet som kan passe;

 

Johan August født 2/8, døpt 6/8 - 1845 med foreldre fiskaren Nils Ersson og hustru Margreta Nilsdotter på Bruket. (Har du funnet en dåp med Carl August?)

 

Kilde: Borgvik C:4 (1825-1860) Bild 440 / sid 79 (AID: v5085a.b440.s79, NAD: SE/VA/13047)

Samme Johan August?

Ser ut som at det kun er søsteren Lovisa det er lagt inn etterkommere på i denne basen.

 

https://www.geni.com/people/Johan-August-Nilsson/6000000020972813287?through=6000000014695426349

 

 

Vi får vente å se hvilke foreldre Per har registrert på Carl August Nilsson.

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Ja. Broren Wilhelm født i Långserud (hvor foreldrene kom fra) 4/2-1840 og Lovisa født i Borgvik 28/10-1842 ifølge

husforhörslängd Öfra Bruket: Borgvik AI:12 (1841-1845) Bild 151 / sid 141 (AID: v10424.b151.s141, NAD: SE/VA/13047)

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Hej

Carl August Nilsson född 18452/8 byter helt plötsligt namn

mellan en flytt från Nors socken till Kila socken dit familjen flyttar

I Nor har han namnet Johan August och det stämmer med födelsebok

Sen vid familjens flytt till Kila ändrar prästen hans förnamn till

Karl August alla andra i familjen är OK

Han behåller sen namnet 

Karl August

 

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