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Anne M. Berge

Her har vi nok rett Joseph Verrett:

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Ancestry.com. California, Death Index, 1940-1997 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.

Original data: State of California. California Death Index, 1940-1997. Sacramento, CA, USA: State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics.

 

Name: Joseph Verrett
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 5 Apr 1887
Birth Place: Louisiana
Death Date: 9 Jul 1953
Death Place:

Ventura

 

 

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Elin Galtung Lihaug
30 minutter siden, Åsbjørg Susort skrev:

Se gjerne også denne:

https://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dansk-norsk_slavehandel

Et utdrag der en by "Frederiksted" er nevnt...:

 

Her tror jeg du har truffet blink, Åsbjørg!

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Åsbjørg Susort
31 minutter siden, Elin Galtung Lihaug skrev:

 

Her tror jeg du har truffet blink, Åsbjørg!

Vi har jo da 3 varianter/alternativ for Fredrikstad, Norge, Tyskland eller St. Croix, men det er jo også nevnt Oslo og at det skal være moren som har norske aner...

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Elin Galtung Lihaug

Ja, jeg tenkte at det egentlig skulle være moren, men hun har jo også afro-amerikansk bakgrunn, så det kan jo være der Fredriksted-navnet kommer inn. Jeg tror ikke vi kan se bort fra noen muligheter når det gjelder de delvis motstridende opplysningene vi finner om familien.

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Åsbjørg Susort
12 timer siden, Ingvild Godager skrev:

My father then ended up meeting my mother (who was part-African American, part-Russian, part-Norwegian)

 

12 timer siden, Ingvild Godager skrev:

 

Ifølge dette skal det være moren som har norske aner...

 

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Farfarsiden har i hvert fall vært i Louisiana i lange tider; i 1920 census oppgis både Joseph Verrett og Mary Lee Verrett å ha begge foreldre født i Louisiana. 

 

Joseph Verret

United States Census, 1920

 

Name: Joseph Verret
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1920
Event Place: New Orleans Ward 12, Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 35
Marital Status: Married
Race: Black
Race: Black
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Birth Year (Estimated): 1885
Birthplace: Louisiana
Father's Birthplace: Louisiana
Mother's Birthplace: Louisiana
Sheet Letter: A
Sheet Number: 2
Household
Role
Sex
Age
Birthplace
Joseph Verret
Head
Male
35
Louisiana
Wife
Female
32
Louisiana
Son
Male
13
Louisiana
Son
Male
12
Louisiana
Son
Male
9
Louisiana
Son
Male
7
Louisiana
Edited by Anne M. Berge
fikset formatering

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Dag Thorsdalen
9 timer siden, Elin Galtung Lihaug skrev:

My great-grandmother and her family were members of the Yoruba tribe in Ghana. When slavery broke out they tried to flee, a lot of my family members were taken into slavery, to the Dutch slave camps in Ghana. My great-grandmother ended up escaping capture and managed to get a boat to Haiti. There she became a spiritualist and a medician and eventually went to New Orleans where she was practising healing. Once there she met a man to whom she got married, and they had my grandmother. The Shaman tradition of my family continued on U.S. soil. Soon after, my father was born in 1925, and he had a special relationship with my great-grandmother; he became her apprentice... 

Min utheving.

 

Her er det noe som ikke stemmer; Yoruba-folket har tradisjonelt ikke bodd i Ghana. Deres hovedområde er i det sørvestre Nigeria med utløpere vestover inn i Benin og Togo, men ikke så langt vest som til Ghana. Her et kart som synes å vise deres maksimale utbredelse: 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Yorubaland_Cultural_Area_of_West_Africa.jpg 

 

Yoruba'ene var imidlertid blant de vestafrikanske folkene som led mest under slavehandelen med ledende slavehandlerstater både i øst og i vest. Historien om en ane som har unnsluppet på et skip vestover kan dermed være sann, men må ligge noen generasjoner bakenfor det han selv foregir. Jfr. at den hollandske slavehandelen ble forbudt i 1814.

 

Haiti ble uavhengig fra fransk kolonivelde i 1804. Men det var da ikke et land folk flyktet til, men fra. Og svært mange av de som flyktet fra Haiti, reiste til Louisiana i USA, i all hovedsak til New Orleans med ca. 9.000 innvandrere - hvite, frie farvede og slaver - fra Haiti i 1809 (ifølge engelsk wikipedia). Hans haitisk-vestindiske opphav kan da kanskje søkes i denne innvandringsbølgen.

 

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Anne M. Berge

Utdrag fra biografien til Shirley Verett forteller om familiebakgrunnen, og er nok noe mer nøyaktig enn det som er oppført på Dureks nettside: 

https://www.worldcat.org/wcpa/servlet/DCARead?standardNo=0471209910&standardNoType=1&excerpt=true 

 

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Mother's Catholic ancestors arrived in New Orleans in the late eighteenth century from Haiti, in the first wave of refugees from the 1791 Haitian Revolution. One of them, my great-great-grandfather Paul E. Morel, nicknamed "Deauville," fought in the American Civil War, initially for the Confederacy in 1862 as part of a volunteer group of blacks. Later that year, General Benjamin Butler persuaded the group to switch sides and fight for the Union. They were known as the Native Guards. According to family history, every Sunday Grandpa Morel dressed in his Union uniform and shouldered his gun. He received a government pension until he died in 1915.

 

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Grandpa Morel's daughter Eugénie Morel, known as "Mamal," married a man whose surname was Joseph. Mamal's first child, Grandma Rita, was born and baptized in 1883. Mamal had another child, born in 1893, who died in infancy, and a daughter, Emily, born in 1895 after the death of her husband. Great-aunt Emily, whom we called "Malie," was very light skinned, while my grandmother Rita Joseph was dark brown. Like the rest of her family, Grandma Rita spoke French or patois, with English as her second language. Mamal made sure she had a strict New Orleans Catholic upbringing.

 

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My mother [Elvira Harris Verrett], in her late teens then and nearing marrying age, was allowed to make her own decisions about religion. Apparently, she liked what she heard from the Adventists because she joined the church after marriage, along with her sister Noella. Mother's sense of spirituality ran deep. Not only had she been raised as a Catholic, but, because of her Haitian background, she also knew something about the voodoo practices in New Orleans and strongly disapproved of anyone who practiced those negative arts.

 

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Around the turn of the century, Joseph [Verrett] married a woman named Mary Lee, who was definitely an African. "Lee" was obviously a plantation name. Joseph and Mary Lee Verrett settled in New Orleans and had eight children. Their oldest son, Harrison, was born in 1906. Dad was born in 1908. Then came Walter, Gus, Alphonse, Joseph Jr., Rosemary, and Selena. I knew them all very well.

 

Paul E. Morel som oppgis å komme fra Haiti er i census records 1870, 1880 og 1900 oppgitt å være født i Louisiana med begge foreldre også født i Louisiana: 

 

United States Census, 1880

Name:    Paul Morel
Event Type:    Census
Event Date:    1880
Event Place:    New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Gender:    Male
Age:    40
Marital Status:    Married
Race:    Black
Race:    B
Occupation:    Bricklayer
Relationship to Head of Household:    Self
Relationship to Head of Household:    Self
Birth Year (Estimated):    1840
Birthplace:    Louisiana, United States
Father's Birthplace:    Louisiana, United States
Mother's Birthplace:    Louisiana, United States
Sheet Letter:    A
Sheet Number:    582
Person Number:    0
Volume:    1

Household    Role    Sex    Age    Birthplace
Paul Morel    Self    Male    40    Louisiana, United States
Josephine Morel    Wife    Female    27    Louisiana, United States
Eugenie Morel    Daughter    Female    18    Louisiana, United States
Th Morel    Son    Male    14    Louisiana, United States

"United States Census, 1880," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MDXQ-T79 : 7 September 2017), Paul Morel, 1880; citing enumeration district ED 51, sheet 582A, NARA microfilm publication T9 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d), roll 0462; FHL microfilm 1,254,462.

 

 

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Ann-Mary Engum
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21 minutter siden, Anne M. Berge skrev:

Utdrag fra biografien til Shirley Verett forteller om familiebakgrunnen, og er nok noe mer nøyaktig enn det som er oppført på Dureks nettside: 

https://www.worldcat.org/wcpa/servlet/DCARead?standardNo=0471209910&standardNoType=1&excerpt=true 

 

 

 

 

 

Paul E. Morel som oppgis å komme fra Haiti er i census records 1870, 1880 og 1900 oppgitt å være født i Louisiana med begge foreldre også født i Louisiana: 

 

United States Census, 1880

Name:    Paul Morel
Event Type:    Census
Event Date:    1880
Event Place:    New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Gender:    Male
Age:    40
Marital Status:    Married
Race:    Black
Race:    B
Occupation:    Bricklayer
Relationship to Head of Household:    Self
Relationship to Head of Household:    Self
Birth Year (Estimated):    1840
Birthplace:    Louisiana, United States
Father's Birthplace:    Louisiana, United States
Mother's Birthplace:    Louisiana, United States
Sheet Letter:    A
Sheet Number:    582
Person Number:    0
Volume:    1

Household    Role    Sex    Age    Birthplace
Paul Morel    Self    Male    40    Louisiana, United States
Josephine Morel    Wife    Female    27    Louisiana, United States
Eugenie Morel    Daughter    Female    18    Louisiana, United States
Th Morel    Son    Male    14    Louisiana, United States

"United States Census, 1880," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MDXQ-T79 : 7 September 2017), Paul Morel, 1880; citing enumeration district ED 51, sheet 582A, NARA microfilm publication T9 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d), roll 0462; FHL microfilm 1,254,462.

 

 

 

Paul Morel

United States Census, 1880

Name: Paul Morel
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1880
Event Place: New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 40
Marital Status: Married
Race: Black
Race: B
Occupation: Bricklayer
Relationship to Head of Household: Self
Relationship to Head of Household: Self
Birth Year (Estimated): 1840
Birthplace: Louisiana, United States
Father's Birthplace: Louisiana, United States
Mother's Birthplace: Louisiana, United States
Sheet Letter: A
Sheet Number: 582
Person Number: 0
Volume: 1
Household
Role
Sex
Age
Birthplace
Paul Morel
Self
Male
40
Louisiana, United States
Wife
Female
27
Louisiana, United States
Daughter
Female
18
Louisiana, United States
Son
Male
14
Louisiana, United States

https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MDXQ-T79

 

View the original document

https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-9YBW-9DBG?cc=1417683

 

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Samme mann? 

Paul Morel

United States Census, 1840

Name: Paul Morel
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1840
Event Place: New Orleans Ward 1, Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Page: 92

https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XHTD-8D9

 

View the original document

https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33SQ-GYBS-9ZWJ?cc=1786457

 

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Og denne? 

Paul Morel

United States Census of Union Veterans and Widows of the Civil War, 1890

Name: Paul Morel
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1890
Event Place: , Orleans, Louisiana, United States

https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K8SX-M13

 

View the original document

https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939V-529W-FH?cc=1877095

 

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Paul Morel

United States Census, 1900

Name: Paul Morel
Event Type: Census
Event Year: 1900
Event Place: 4th Precinct New Orleans city Ward 7, Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 61
Marital Status: Married
Race: Black
Race: B
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Years Married: 31
Birth Date: Mar 1839
Birthplace: Louisiana
Marriage Year (Estimated): 1869
Father's Birthplace: Louisiana
Mother's Birthplace: Louisiana
Household
Role
Sex
Age
Birthplace
Paul Morel
Head
Male
61
Louisiana
Daughter
Female
38
Louisiana
Son
Male
35
Louisiana
Daughter
Female
17
Louisiana
Daughter
Female
7
Louisiana
Daughter
Female
5
Louisiana
Boarder
Male
63
Louisiana

https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MS5K-HZ8

 

View the original document

https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HT-64G2-H3?cc=1325221

 

 

 

 

 

Edited by Ann-Mary Engum

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Anne M. Berge
1 minutt siden, Ann-Mary Engum skrev:

 Paul Morel

Find A Grave Index

Name: Paul Morel
Event Type: Burial
Event Date: 1939
Event Place: Lewiston, Androscoggin, Maine, United States of America
Photograph Included: N
Death Date: 12 Apr 1939
Affiliate Record Identifier: 121570467
Cemetery: Saint Peters Cemetery

https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QVGD-DYVR

 

 

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Alt av kilder ligger på det offentlige treet på Geni: https://www.geni.com/people/Paul-Morel/6000000093482131197 

 

Han døde nok ikke i Maine (!) men i Louisiana: 
https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=6606&h=363038 New Orleans, Louisiana, Death Records Index, 1804-1949]; Name: Paul M. Morel; Gender: M (Male); Age: 76; Birth Year: abt 1839; Death Date: 25 Oct 1915. 

 

 

 

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Anne M. Berge

1870 census fra Ancestry viser familien som født i Louisiana, begge Paul E. Morels foreldre. På samme side er det andre som har opphav i henholdsvis Spain, France og Bavaria, så det er ingen grunn til å tro at det er ført feil? 

 

Filen er for stor til at jeg klarer laste den opp her. 

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Ann-Mary Engum
12 minutter siden, Anne M. Berge skrev:

Alt av kilder ligger på det offentlige treet på Geni: https://www.geni.com/people/Paul-Morel/6000000093482131197 

 

Han døde nok ikke i Maine (!) men i Louisiana: 
https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=6606&h=363038 New Orleans, Louisiana, Death Records Index, 1804-1949]; Name: Paul M. Morel; Gender: M (Male); Age: 76; Birth Year: abt 1839; Death Date: 25 Oct 1915. 

 

 

 

 

Synes det er greit å legge inn innholdet i lenkene fra Familysearch. 

Kan være mange på forumet som ikke er medlem på Familysearch.,og da får de ikke åpnet lenkene på Geni. 

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Anne M. Berge

For Dureks opphav viser altså kildene at hans farside har befunnet seg i Louisiana i mange generasjoner: farsidens besteforeldre, oldeforeldre og tippoldeforeldre er alle oppgitt født der, og så to generasjoner til i Morel-grenen som er den familien mener kommer fra Haiti. 

 

Mor Sheila/Sheila Farmer/Veruschka Urquhart har vi ikke klart spore opphav til. Det er god sannsynlighet for at det er hun som er fdt 1. juli 1943 i New York som  vist før i tråden, med mor som har hatt pikenavn på T. 

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Åsbjørg Susort
17 minutter siden, Ann-Mary Engum skrev:

Paul Morel

United States Census, 1840

Name: Paul Morel
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1840
Event Place: New Orleans Ward 1, Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Page: 92

https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XHTD-8D9

 

View the original document

https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33SQ-GYBS-9ZWJ?cc=1786457

 

Her er Paul Morel "Head of family" Og denne familien er ført som "Free white persons, including heads of families"

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Åsbjørg Susort
45 minutter siden, Anne M. Berge skrev:

late eighteenth century from Haiti, in the first wave of refugees from the 1791 Haitian Revolution

Det kan godt stemme med (minst) 1 generasjon før nevnte Paul E. "Deauville" Morel ja...

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Anne M. Berge

Så Haiti-opphav ligger minst 7 generasjoner bak Durek. 

 

Den religiøse familien tok sterk avstand til både katolisisme og voodoo om vi skal tro tanten Shirleys biografi. 

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Anne M. Berge

Jeg er forresten veldig usikker på om 1870-tellingen oppgitt er korrekt; årstall/alder stemmer ikke. Det står: 

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https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1870usfedcen&indiv=try&h=32694279 1870 United States Federal Census; Name: Paul Marel; Age in 1870: 26; Birth Year: abt 1844; Birthplace: Louisiana; Dwelling Number: 89; Home in 1870: New Orleans Ward 6, Orleans, Louisiana; Race: Black; Gender: Male; Occupation: Brick Mason; Inferred Spouse: Josephine Marel; Inferred Children: Joseph Marel.

 

Men datteren Eugenie er født i 1862 og burde også stått der om det var korrekt familie. Så da avskriver jeg denne, og forholder meg til 1880 og 1900.

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Elin Galtung Lihaug
37 minutter siden, Anne M. Berge skrev:

For Dureks opphav viser altså kildene at hans farside har befunnet seg i Louisiana i mange generasjoner: farsidens besteforeldre, oldeforeldre og tippoldeforeldre er alle oppgitt født der, og så to generasjoner til i Morel-grenen som er den familien mener kommer fra Haiti. 

 

Mor Sheila/Sheila Farmer/Veruschka Urquhart har vi ikke klart spore opphav til. Det er god sannsynlighet for at det er hun som er fdt 1. juli 1943 i New York som  vist før i tråden, med mor som har hatt pikenavn på T. 

 

Tusen takk for fin oppsummering, Anne!

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Carl-Henry Geschwind
8 hours ago, Åsbjørg Susort said:

Her er Paul Morel "Head of family" Og denne familien er ført som "Free white persons, including heads of families"

 

Before 1850 the census did not list all members of families, but only the heads of households. Because "our" Paul Morel was born in 1839, he would not have been head of household. Instead, he would have been listed in a Morel family of free blacks. I have looked at all Morels in New Orleans in 1840, but did not find a family of free blacks of that name (this may be because census takers were not particularly careful or diligent with that demographic).

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Paul Morelle in the 1910 United States Federal Census

Samme adresse som 1900-tellingen.

Jane Marigny er nok Eugenie som lyg litt på alderen.

Paul er ikke far, men morfar til Zita/Rita J, Emily og Lucy fra 1900-tellingen.

 «Race» er nå M…

Name:

Paul Morelle

Age in 1910:

73

Birth Year:

abt 1837

Birthplace:

Louisiana

Home in 1910:

New Orleans Ward 7, Orleans, Louisiana

Street:

N Derbigny Street

House Number:

1470

Race:

Mulatto

Gender:

Male

Relation to Head of House:

Head

Marital status:

Widowed

Father's Birthplace:

Louisiana

Mother's Birthplace:

Louisiana

Native Tongue:

English

Home Owned or Rented:

Rent

Farm or House:

House

Able to Read:

Yes

Able to Write:

Yes

Neighbors:

 

 

 

Household Members:

Name

Age

Paul Morelle

73

Jane Marigny

40

Emily Marigny

17

Lucy Marigny

15

 

 

Eugenia Morel in the New Orleans, Louisiana, Birth Records Index, 1790-1915

Name:

Eugenie Morel

Gender:

Female

Spouse:

Alphonse Joseph

Child:

Rita Joseph

 

Name:

Eugenie Morel

Gender:

Female

Spouse:

Edgar Marigny

Child:

Emily Marigny

 

Name:

 

Eugenia Morel

Gender:

Female

Spouse:

Edgar Marigny

Child:

Lucille Marigny

 

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Anne M. Berge
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Skal vi se mer på mor og hennes aner, hva som er årsak til påstander om "halvt norsk" og "mormor fra Fredrikstad"? 

 

Jeg har funnet folk jeg mener må være rette familie, men deler av opplysningene er fra forskjellige brukertrær på Ancestry og FamilySearch, og der fins det åpenbart en rekke sammenblandinger av steforeldre, biologiske foreldre og adoptivforeldre, så her må alle relasjoner avstemmes mot skikkelige kilder. (Noe er også åpenbart riv ruskende galt.) De fleste kildene jeg har funnet er fra Ancestry.com, og da får jeg ikke lagt inn lenker slik som fra FamilySearch. Det kan også se ut som om en del av disse menneskene er født utenfor ekteskap og at det derfor er vanskelig å dokumentere rette foreldre? 

 

Her kommer et forsøk:

 

Kandidater til mor Sheila/Veruschkas foreldre er: 

 

Edward Brinn Urquhart (28. juni 1916 - jan 1995  NYC) og Vera Overton Boston Tyson Farmer (4. mai 1918 PA, USA  - 29. mai 1988 NYC) - jeg tror ikke disse to ble gift. Vera er 22. april 1936 gift med Oscar E. Farmer (19. april 1914 Maryland - 11. aug. 1984 Maryland) og det ser ut som om Vera og Oscar får flere barn sammen.

 

Vera Tysons mor er Susie Kay Pettus Tyson (4. juli 1892 VA - 9. des 1966 NJ). Vera ble i 1922 gift med Louie/Louis Alphonse Tyson (1884-1944), men det ser ut til at far til Vera er en Edorn N. Boston (24. april 1890 NC - 29. okt 1964 NC) - dette ut fra oppføring i brukertrær lagt inn av familie/etterkommere. 

 

Det ser ut som om anene bak disse er bosatt i Virginia og North Carolina. 

 

Edward Brinn Urquhart har spesiell bakgrunn: 

Han ble adoptert og vokste opp hos adoptivfar Frank Urquhart (25. okt 1895 - 9. nov 1945) og hans familie (gift med enke Catherine f 1877, senere Rosa). 

 

Edwards biologiske foreldre er far Edward Brinn (f 1895 NYC, oppgitt i census 1910 at begge foreldre er født i West Indies) og Lilli Karense Gulovna Arnesen, født 18. februar på Sagene i Kristiania og døpt der i mai, emigrerte med familien i 1908 til New York. 

 

Det jeg har av skikkelige kilder legger jeg under i nye innlegg etter hvert, slik at det er lettere å se og eventuelt sitere hver enkelt for å validere eller motbevise.

 

Ut fra dette har Durek en oldemor født på Sagene, og en oldefar med foreldre fra Karibien/Vestindia. 

 

Edited by Anne M. Berge
korrigert stave/tastefeil

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Edward Brinn Urquhart: 

 

Info fra et brukertre:

 

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Edward was adopted by his fathers friend Frank Urquhart. He and his sister (?) appear first in the 1930 Census as 'lodgers', living with their future African American step parents. His step parents are listed as aunt and nephew in the same 1930 census.

 

1920 census på Ancestry.com
Name:    Edward Brinn
Age:    3
Birth Year:    abt 1917
Birthplace:    New York
Home in 1920:    Manhattan Assembly District 19, New York, New York
Street:    132nd Street
Residence Date:    1920
Race:    Black
Gender:    Male
Relation to Head of House:    Lodger
Marital status:    Single
Father's Birthplace:    New York
Mother's Birthplace:    New York
Able to Speak English:    Yes
Occupation:    None
Attended School:    No
Able to Read:    No
Able to Write:    No
Neighbors:    View others on page

Household Members:    
Name    Age
Catherine Urquhart    40
Frank Urquhart    30
Charles Mushington    24
Geraldine James    24
Catherine Brinn    4
Edward Brinn    3

 

 

1930 census på Ancestry.com
Name:    Edward B Urquhart
Birth Year:    abt 1917
Gender:    Male
Race:    Negro (Black)
Birthplace:    New York
Marital status:    Single
Relation to Head of House:    Son
Home in 1930:    Manhattan, New York, New York, USA
Map of Home:    View Map
Street address:    West 116th Street
Block:    E
House Number:    220
Dwelling Number:    33
Family Number:    240
Attended School:    Yes
Able to Read and Write:    Yes
Father's Birthplace:    New York
Mother's Birthplace:    Norway
Able to Speak English:    Yes

Household Members:    
Name    Age
Frank Urquhart    36
Katherine Urquhart    53
Edward B Urquhart    13
Catherine C Urquhart    15
James Mayo    2
Albert Mayo    0



Name:    Edward Urquhart
[Edward Brinn Urquhart] 
Gender:    Male
Race:    Black
Birth Date:    28 Jun 1916
Birth Place:    NY City, New York
[New York, New York] 
Death Date:    Jan 1995
Father:    Edward Brinn
Mother:    Lillian Olsen
SSN:    116104468
Notes:    Jun 1937: Name listed as EDWARD URQUHART; Jun 1939: Name listed as EDWARD BRINN URQUHART; 04 Apr 1995: Name listed as EDWARD B URQUHART

Source Information
Ancestry.com. U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015.

Original data: Social Security Applications and Claims, 1936-2007.

 

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Edward Brinn

United States Census, 1920
Name Edward Brinn
Event Type Census
Event Date 1920
Event Place Manhattan Assembly District 19, New York, New York, United States
Gender Male
Age 3
Marital Status Single
Race Black
Race Black
Relationship to Head of Household Lodger
Relationship to Head of Household Lodger
Birth Year (Estimated) 1917
Birthplace New York
Father's Birthplace New York
Mother's Birthplace New York
Sheet Letter A
Sheet Number 8
Household
Role
Sex
Age
Birthplace
Catherine Urquhart Head F 40 South Carolina
Frank Urquhart Husband M 30 New York
Charles Mushington Son M 24 New York
Geraldine James Lodger F 24 New York
Catherine Brinn Lodger F 4 New York
Edward Brinn Lodger M 3 New York
Citing this Record

"United States Census, 1920," database with images, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MJ1Z-L9X : accessed 22 May 2019), Edward Brinn in household of Catherine Urquhart, Manhattan Assembly District 19, New York, New York, United States; citing ED 1337, sheet 8A, line 36, family 154, NARA microfilm publication T625 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1992), roll 1221; FHL microfilm 1,821,221.

 

 

Catherine 40 år er gift med Frank Urquhart, og Charles er hennes sønn fra forrige ekteskap. 

Catherine Brinn 4 år er visst Edwards søster og da i så fall også datter av Lilli/Lillian Olsen/Arnesen og Edward Brinn (f 1895). 

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