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Re: Jonas Abraham Söderlund recap from Sweden 1871
Posted by: Judy Baouab (ID *****7724) Date: September 01, 2007 at 12:31:21
In Reply to: Jonas Abraham Söderlund recap from Sweden 1871 by Deb of 81

Emibas CD:

Emibas was made from registrations in the Swedish parish to go to a foreign country. It is about 75% complete.

Län = county. Arbetare = worker. Hustru = wife.

Post 995786

Söderlund, Jonas Abraham
Arbetare (married man)

b. 3/12/1842 in Njurunda, Västernorrlands län (Medelpad)

Emigrated 5/14/1872
from Hillen, Forsa, Gävleborgs län (Hälsingland)
to S:t Paul, Minnesota, USA

Source: Household Examination Roll, p. 186

Emibas migration file ID: Forsa X 1872 004

Un-normalized versions:

Place of destination: St Paul
Country of destination: USA

Post 995787

Söderlund Blomberg, Karin
Hustru (married woman)

b. 6/24/1842 in Bjuråker, Gävleborgs län (Hälsingland)

Emigrated 5/14/1872
from Hillen, Forsa, Gävleborgs län (Hälsingland)
to S:t Paul, Minnesota, USA

Source: Household Examination Roll, p. 186

Emibas migration file ID: Forsa X 1872 005

Un-normalized versions:

Place of destination: St Paul
Country of destination: USA

I don't see their son Nils.

Judy


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