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Er det noen som kan hjelpe meg å finne disse personene i folketellinger i USA? For jeg finner dem ikke...

Johannes Odin Petersen f. 21 aug 1876, Hemnes i Nordland og Emilie Kreiner f. Tegler. Johannes sine foreldre var Peter Cornelius Johansen og Ingbertine (Inger Bertine) Gerhardine Johannesdatter Møller.

De må jo finnes en plass i census 1910...ialle fall Johannes Odin. 

 

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Det står Namsos, men han var født i Hemnes, men resten av søsknene var født i Namsos-området, så ikke sikkert han visste helt hvor han var født.

 

En sønn født 18 aug 1904 i New York 

Name:    Johannes Pedersen
Titles and Terms:    
Event Type:    Birth
Event Date:    18 Aug 1904
Event Place:    Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United States
Registration Date:    
Registration Year:    
Registration Place:    
Gender:    Male
Age:    
Race:    White
Birthplace:    
Father's Name:    Johannes Pedersen
Father's Titles and Terms:    
Father's Birthplace:    Norway
Father's Age:    28
Mother's Name:    Emilie Kreiner
Mother's Titles and Terms:    
Mother's Birthplace:    Denmark
Mother's Age:    40
Paternal Grandfather's Name:    
Paternal Grandmother's Name:    
Maternal Grandfather's Name:    
Maternal Grandmother's Name:    
Note:    
Reference ID:    cn 20516
GS Film Number:    1991615
Frame Number:    

Citing this Record:
"New York, New York City Births, 1846-1909," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:2WHT-K6M : 20 March 2015), Johannes Pedersen, 18 Aug 1904; citing  Manhattan, New York, New York, United States, reference cn 20516 New York Municipal Archives, New York; FHL microfilm 1,991,615.
 

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Johannes døde mest sannsynlig 23 mai 1942

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John Odun Pettersen

United States World War I Draft Registration Cards
Name John Odun Pettersen
Event Type Draft Registration
Event Date 1917-1918
Event Place New York City no 40, New York, United States
Gender Male
Nationality Norway
Birth Date 22 Aug 1876
Birthplace , ,

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Han oppgir father Peter Pettersen ....... Norway  som nærmeste slektning.

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Providence Journal (Rhode Island) , Saturday, March 20, 1982

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The U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014
Name:    John Petersen
SSN:    117-05-0170
Last Residence:    
02852 North Kingstown, Washington, Rhode Island, USA
BORN:    18 Aug 1904
Died:    Mar 1982
State (Year) SSN issued:    New York (Before 1951)

 

The U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010
Name:    John Petersen
Gender:    Male
Birth Date:    18 Aug 1904
Death Date:    18 Mar 1982

SSN:    117050170
Branch 1:    ARMY
Enlistment Date 1:    6 Dec 1926
Release Date 1:    7 Jun 1929

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The New York City, Marriage License Indexes, 1907-1995
Name:    John L Petersen
Gender:    Male
Marriage License Date:    26 Oct 1929
Marriage License Place:    Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
Spouse:    Florenda M Rapisarda
License Number:    20478

 

The Vermont, Death Records, 1909-2008
Name:    Florinda Marie Petersen
[Florinda M Petersen] 
[Florinda Marie Rapisarda] 
Gender:    Female
Birth Date:    15 Oct 1906
Birth Place:    Brooklyn, New York
Residence Place:    Burlington, Vermont
Death Date:    13 May 1992
Death Location:    Inpatient
Death Place:    Burlington, Chittenden, Vermont, USA
Father:    Gusippe Rapisarda
Mother:    Josephine
[Josephine Stratziara] 
Cause of Death:    Congestive Heart Failure
Manner of Death:    Natural
Veteran:    Not applicable
Date Filed:    15 May 1992
Vital Event Type:    Certificate of Death

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The 1930 United States Federal Census
Name:    John Petersen
Birth Year:    abt 1904
Gender:    Male
Race:    White
Birthplace:    New York
Marital Status:    Married
Relation to Head of House:    Head
Home in 1930:    Brooklyn, Kings, New York, USA
Map of Home:    View Map
Street address:    Southgate Court
Ward of City:    pt A D 16
Block:    H
House Number:    19
Dwelling Number:    12
Family Number:    21
Home Owned or Rented:    Rented
Home Value:    45.00
Radio Set:    Yes
Lives on Farm:    No
Age at First Marriage:    26
Attended School:    No
Able to Read and Write:    Yes
Father's Birthplace:    Norway
Mother's Birthplace:    Denmark

Able to Speak English:    Yes
Occupation:    Doorman
Industry:    Franklin S
Class of Worker:    Wage or salary worker
Employment:    Yes
Household Members:    
John Petersen    26
Marie Petersen    24


The 1930 United States Federal Census
Name:    Marie Petersen
Birth Year:    abt 1906
Gender:    Female
Race:    White
Birthplace:    New York
Marital Status:    Married
Relation to Head of House:    Wife
Homemaker?:    Yes
Home in 1930:    Brooklyn, Kings, New York, USA
Map of Home:    View Map
Street address:    Southgate Court
Ward of City:    pt A D 16
Block:    H
House Number:    19
Dwelling Number:    12
Family Number:    21
Age at First Marriage:    24
Attended School:    No
Able to Read and Write:    Yes
Father's Birthplace:    Italy
Mother's Birthplace:    Italy

Able to Speak English:    Yes
Occupation:    Dressmaker
Class of Worker:    Wage or salary worker
Employment:    Yes
Household Members:    
John Petersen    26
Marie Petersen    24

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Joyce Emly Debacco
 in the Vermont, Marriage Records, 1909-2008
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Name:    Joyce Emly Debacco
Gender:    Female
Age:    44
Record Type:    Certificate of Marriage (Marriage)
Birth Date:    28 Jan 1945
Birth Place:    New York
Marriage Date:    26 Aug 1989
Marriage Place:    Burlington, Chittenden, Vermont, USA
Father:    John Debacco
Mother:    Florinda Debacco
Spouse:    Garrison Nelson

 

Amanda Nelson

 in the Vermont, Birth Records, 1909-2008

Name:Amanda Nelson

Gender:Female

Birth Date:15 Jul 1989

Birth Time:06:45 AM

Birth Facility:Medical Center Hospital of Vermont

Birth Location:Hospital

Birth Place:Burlington, Chittenden, Vermont, USA

Father:Garrison Nelson

Mother:Joyce Emly Debacco

Filed Date:12 Oct 1989

 

Given, Middle Name, Surname:    Amanda Nelson
Birth Date:    15 Jul 1989
Death Date:    15 Jul 1989
Place of Death:    Burlington, VT
Residence:    Colchester, VT
Gender:    F (Female)
Age:    <1
Race:    White
Marriage Status:    Single
Birthplace:    VT

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Joyce Emly Petersen
 in the Vermont, Marriage Records, 1909-2008
Name:    Joyce Emly Petersen
Gender:    Female
Age:    20
Record Type:    Certificate of Marriage (Marriage)
Birth Date:    abt 1946
Birth Place:    Brooklyn, New York
Marriage Date:    5 Feb 1966
Marriage Place:    Essex Junction, Chittenden, Vermont, USA
Father:    John Petersen
Mother:    Florinda Petersen
Spouse:    William James Lyons

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En datter fra 1 ekteskap

Julie Anne Lyons

Name:    Julie Anne Lyons
Gender:    Female
Birth Date:    19 Jul 1966
Birth Time:    10:03 AM
Birth Facility:    Mary Fletcher Hospital
Birth Place:    Burlington, Chittenden, Vermont, USA
Father:    William James Lyons
Mother:    Joyce Emily Lyons
Filed Date:    29 Jul 1966

 

 

 

Kan Joyce og ektemann nr en blitt skilt ?

William James Lyons

Name:    William James Lyons
Birth Date:    7 Jul 1942
Birth Place:    Colchester, Chittenden County, Vermont, United States of America
Death Date:    15 Apr 2015
Death Place:    Vermont, United States of America
Cemetery:    Holy Family Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place:    Essex Junction, Chittenden County, Vermont, United States of America
Has Bio?:    Y

 

William James Lyons
 in the U.S., Obituary Collection, 1930-2017
Name:    William James Lyons
Gender:    Male
Death Age:    72
Birth Date:    7 Jul 1942
Residence Place:    Milton, Vermont, USA
Death Date:    15 Apr 2015
Newspaper Title:    Burlington Free Press
Newspaper Place:    Burlington, Vermont, USA
Spouse:    Betsy
Parents:    William L.,Daisy S. Lyons
Children:    Anna, Ben and Connor

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New York Juvenile Asylum records (Children's Village), 1853-1954 

Creator: 
New York Juvenile Asylum.
Phys. Desc: 
117 linear ft. (31 document boxes, 1 half document box, 104 custom-made boxes)
Call Number: 
MS#1488
Location: 
Rare Book & Manuscript Library
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BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

The New York Juvenile Asylum (NYJA) was founded in 1851 by a group of prominent businessmen and professionals concerned about vagrancy among poor children in New York City. The Asylum was designed to house, educate, reform, and find placement for the numerous homeless and runaway boys and girls found daily on the streets of New York. The founders conceived of the Asylum as a place for non-delinquent children--an alternative to the punitive House of Refuge for young criminals. After operating in Manhattan for over half a century, the NYJA moved to Dobbs Ferry, New York, where it became a boy's school. In 1920, the institution was renamed Children's Village, and it continues to operate under this name today. From 1854 to 1905, NYJA occupied a large building in Washington Heights on 176th Street between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues. The building was the hub of a larger social services network that extended throughout New York City and into the towns of the West. Children reached the Asylum in several ways. Many were found vagrant or committing petty theft and were delivered to the NYJA by the police. Others were removed from homes that were deemed unfit, and quite a few were surrendered by parents or relatives too poor or too incapacitated to care for children. No matter their origin, children first arrived at the House of Reception on West Thirteenth Street where they were assigned a case number. After a few days assessment at the House of Reception, staff sent appropriate cases uptown to the Juvenile Asylum, where children received six hours of schooling a day as well as moral, religious, and vocational training. Many of these children traveled to the West (on "orphan trains") where they were indentured to farmers. The NYJA had a permanent agent stationed in Illinois to assist in placing children with families. The Asylum kept track of the children until they reached adulthood, sometimes corresponding with orphans and the families with which they were placed for years. These materials provide abundant information about the experience of "orphan train" children apprenticed to Western states. Not all children at the NYJA were truly orphans and many were released to parents or family members after periods of financial difficulty had passed. No records exist for these children after they were reunited with families. At the dawn of the twentieth century, as new ideas about social work spread though the United States, the building in Washington Heights began to feel cramped and outdated. In 1901, the trustees of the NYJA held an architectural design competition for a suburban facility to be built on a farm in Dobbs Ferry, twenty miles north of Manhattan. The winning design featured a cluster of residential cottages that quickly earned the nickname "Children's Village." The new facility had space for less than a third of the youth who had lived in the Manhattan asylum. Before the 1905 move, female, African-American, Jewish, and Catholic children were sent home or to other institutions. In 1920, during a reorganization that promoted a therapeutic model of care, the institution's name was officially changed to "Children's Village." Children's Village still operates as a treatment center and residential facility for boys in Dobbs Ferry, New York.

SCOPE AND CONTENTS

This collection consists primarily of ledgers used for record keeping at the New York Juvenile Asylum and Children's Village. The collection of ledgers, while large, is also fragmentary and represents a minority of the total volume of records NYJA produced. The majority of the ledgers document the movement of children through the asylum system, from arrival at the House of Reception to discharge to family or apprenticeship in the West. The ledgers also concern financial operations, committee minutes, and daily operations at the Asylum in Manhattan as well as the Dobbs Ferry Children's Village campus. Correspondence copybooks contain onionskin paper impressions of letters regarding institutional operations. Several of the ledgers contain papers and correspondence interleaved with the bound pages. Many are in fragile condition. A small number of reports and papers from a 1931 institutional survey are also included.

http://www.columbia.edu/cu/lweb/archival/collections/ldpd_6909466/

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Men hvor kan familien ha oppholdt seg i 1910? Jeg finner dem ikke... Men jeg er superfornøyd med det som vi har funnet, etter å ha lett etter Johannes Odin i inn og utland i mange år :)

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