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Författare Ämne: Jacobsson brothers, Bengtsviken  (läst 242 gånger)

2002-08-18, 14:02
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judit.h@swipnet.se

Hi
I want to make a request for some missing emigrants.They are the sons of Jacob Hansson in Bengtsviken Dals ED (Sweden) dead 9 sept 1900 andhis wife Maja Lisa Bryntesdotter dead 1 jan 1865  
Jan Magnus Jacobsson *28/6 1850 to Norway 13/101872  
Karl Henrik jacobsson *29/1 0852 to north Amerika 23/3 1882  
Emanuel jacobsson *11/12 1855 to north Amerika 23/3 1882  
 
Does anyone know what happened to them??

2003-09-28, 17:18
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Utloggad Judit Hansson

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I try once again,Now I know that the Jacobsson brothers mentioned above left Kristiania (Oslo). 1882-04-21, Karl H and Emanuel, went whit the ship Argo, they were in their way to Mineapolis. 1882-03-07 left a Magnus Jakobsson whit the ship Rollo, he was on his way to Bratford,; Does anyone know what happened to them?
And Where is Bratford, somehow it sounds more like England than US?
 
Judit Hansson

2003-09-28, 18:11
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Anders Andersson

I'm not sure, but I think queries for the fate of Swedish emigrants destined for the United States are better placed in a different section of Anbytarforum. If you know that your relatives were going to Minneapolis, I suggest trying Länder: USA: Delstater: Minnesota rather than this forum, where a query such as yours is easily lost among those seeking their Swedish origin.
 
Maybe Bratford is a misspelling of Bradford? It still looks British, I think.

2003-09-28, 20:24
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Hi Judit,
 
Some places have disappeared (become ghost towns) since our emigrants lived there, so maybe there once was a Bratfort, but a look in a modern atlas reveals there are currently places called Bradford in these locations:
 
Ontario provice in Canada
England
Arkansas
Illinois
Iowa
Maine
New Hampshire
Ohio
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
Tennessee
Vermont
 
Here are some counties called Bradford.
 
Bradford county in Florida
Bradford county in Pennsylvania
 
There is also a Bradford Mountain in Connecticut.
 
Many beginners in genealogy use surname boards exclusively, so try advertising on those, too.
 
http://genforum.genealogy.com/jacobson/
 
http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec?htx=board&r=rw&p=surnames.jacobson
 
http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec?htx=board&r=rw&p=surnames.jakobson
 
Many non-Swedish researchers have not yet found the wonderful Anbytarforum board, so try advertising on these boards too. (Advertise every place you can think of, since many people are only casual researchers and don't devote a lot of time to their genealogy, and may only try one board or list.)
 
http://genforum.genealogy.com/sweden/
 
http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec?htx=board&r=rw&p=localities.scan-balt.sweden.general
 
Some people only use mailing lists for their genealogy. Try these excellent, active, friendly lists for advertisements.
 
http://lists.rootsweb.com/index/intl/SWE/SWEDEN.html
 
http://smultron.com/mailman/listinfo/swedestoo
 
Lycka till!
 
Judy

2004-10-26, 21:28
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One more try..
I found one  CARL H JACKOBSON dead  10/04/1908 in Hennepin county, Minnesota,
How can I go on in order to find out if this is “My Karl Henrik”(death certificat  1908 MN 017952). How much information is on the death certificat, is it worth paying for?
I hope someone can help me out. Judit Hansson

 

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