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Selma Alina Soderlund Ylinen Waisanen Hill MN USA
Posted by: D Carpenter Date: February 28, 2002 at 23:38:05
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Looking for info on the family of Selma Alina Soderlund who came to America in the early 1900's. She was married to Edward Ylinen and had the following children... Ivar Ylinen, Walter Ylinen, Hilma Ylinen. When Selma remarried Albert Waisanen, who had come to America in 1890 from Finland, the children took the Waisanen name. Selma and Albert had 3 more children together Reino (Ray) Waisanen, Ida Esther Waisanen, and Wilho (Bill) Waisanen. After Albert died Selma married again Charles Hill, she died as Mrs Charlie Hill in Minnesota 12 Feb 1941.

Selma's sister Ida Soderlund also came to America and was married to Stephan Jylka. They had Elsie Jylka and Walter (Bill) Jylka.

There is a Mrs Korhonen pictured with these relatives, but I do not know how she fits in.

Hilma Ylinen Waisanen was married to George Stenlund, sons Howard and Ken Stenlund.
Ida Esther Waisanen married Einar Lukanen.
Walter Ylinen Waisanen had 2 daughters Darlene and Velna Waisanen.

Please write with info concerning this family, Daniel regent1903@att.net


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