I strongly suggest that you use the Swenson Center, as suggested in my first post. However, I found someone on an index called Emibas who might be your Samuel.
Dräng = farmhand (unmarried man)
b. 8/5/1850 in Kropp, Malmöhus län (Skåne)
from Vasatorp 10, Kropp, Malmöhus län (Skåne)
Rymd (He left without a moving in certificate, so he "escaped" in the view of the priest.)
Source: Household Examination Roll, p. 184
Emibas migration file ID: Kropp M 1871 008
I followed this man back in Swedish records and found his family. The siblings seem to fit your query.
Kropp AI:15 (1866-1870) Image 162 / page 175 (AID: v107305.b162.s175, NAD: SE/LLA/13216)
The father was Pål, so the children would be Pålsson or Pålsdotter, depending upon their gender.
Pål Troedsson, born 31 July 1815 in Kropp, married 7 February 1839
wife Elna? Nilsdotter, born 16 October 1813 in Kropp
Samuel, born 5 August 1850 in Kropp
Botilla (good possibility for your "Tilda"), born 21 March 1854 in Kropp
Jöns (could be your John), born 28 January 1848 in Kropp
Per, born 19 January 1844
The above family is a possibility. Continue to check to see if the information found in the U.S. matches.
Back to the Emibas CD (which is only 75% complete, by the way):
Dräng = farmhand. (unmarried man)
b. 1/28/1848 in Kropp, Malmöhus län (Skåne)
from Hjortshög 3, Mörarp, Malmöhus län (Skåne)
Source: Household Examination Roll, p. 190
Emibas migration file ID: Mörarp M 1875 001
I don't see Botilla on the Emibas CD.
Again, I want to remind you that this family is a "possibility", not a sure thing.
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