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Swedes of Pope County - 1868 Immigrants

In 1868, 12 people from our group left Ljusnarsberg.



In 1868, 12 people from our group left Ljusnarsberg.

Caroline Ersdotter
The first person listed in the records is Caroline Ersdotter, part of an entire family (almost) that came from Ljusnarsberg to Pope County. The father, Erik Andersson died in Ljusnarsberg on 21 Sep 1867, a couple of months after his son, Erik, had left for America. In 1868, two more children left Ljusnarsberg for America, Caroline being the first to appear in the moving out register. Her moving out certificate was No. 31 issued on 18 Apr 1868. I have been unable to find a record of her passage. She married John Felt in 1869, who came from Ljusnarsberg in Mar 1869. I have not been able to find a record for this marriage, but his obituary states that they were married in Chicago before moving to Ishpeming, Michigan. They were living in Ishpeming when their daughter was born on 27 Dec 1869. The Bethany Lutheran Church records in Ishpeming show that they left for Minnesota on 3 Jun 1878.



Owner/SourceCheryl R Sletten
File nameSwedes of Pope County - 1868 Immigrants
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Linked toCarolina ANDERSDOTTER; John J. BERG; Fredrick CHALENBURG; John Eric DIME; Caroline ERICKSON; Charlotta Catrina FREDRICKSON; Hedda FREDRICKSON; Knut Fredrick FREDRICKSON; Sara Sophia JANSDOTTER; Gustaf JOHNSON; Erick LINDQUIST; Ida Charlotta LINDQUIST
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