The Lundgren name is not at all rare in Sweden so it is best to provide dates. I see someone by that name leaving Sweden in 1869, but he was headed towards Denmark (Danmark) at that time. He still could have gone to the U.S. and maybe even that year, or else 1869 is just approximately correct, or this is a different person entirely. Was he born at the right time? Does his occupation fit?
Emibas was made from registrations in the Swedish parish to go to a foreign country. It is about 75% complete.
Lundgren, Anders Peter
Snickaregesäll = apprentice, journeyman carpenter. (unmarried man)
b. 9/3/1842 in Malmö, Malmöhus län (Skåne)
from Nr (number) 91, Halmstad, Hallands län = county (Halland)
to Köbenhavn amt = Copenhagen county, Danmark = Denmark.
Source: Household Examination Roll, vol. Halmstad AI:28, p. 123; Migration Roll, vol. Halmstad B:4+B:5
Emibas migration file ID: Halmstad N 1869 071
Place of destination: Köpenhamn
Country of destination: Danmark
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