"Dear Elisabet ~ You are so kind! Thank you for this new information on Karl, Rut, and daughter Ruth. If the little girl is, in fact, little Ruth (seems reasonable), she was a beautiful child. It is tragic she had such a short life…"
"Below is just one page from a document my Father drafted in his handwriting. I won't put every page up here, obviously it takes up a lot of space. But perhaps there is someone who can help me transcribe this? "
"Using Google Translate (or any online translation help) is tedious, time-consuming, and inexact. But every little bit helps, I guess.
Still would like to find someone who could help translate these documents. "
"I have finally been able to scan into my computer a few documents from my Father, Per Hilding Persson, who was born in Filipstad, Varmlands, Sweden, in 1902, died 1977 in Indiana, USA. The documents include a single letter from my…"
"To: Carol Harris & Swedish ~ You're most welcome. Just "googling" the name will bring up more information, I'm sure. I appreciated Swedish's question which led to interesting facts I'd never known myself…"
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"To "Swedish" ~ "Haynes Fargo DT" stands for Frederick Haynes of Fargo, Dakota Territory (now Minnesota or North Dakota area).
Frederick E. Haynes, born in May 1861, in Michigan, was the brother of F. Jay Haynes and…"
"Please, FindAGrave addicts, if any of you live in Shelby (or Jefferson) County, Alabama, and happen upon a gravesite/headstone for a PEEL or PEAL ancestor, please could you post to FindAGrave? I live in northwest Indiana & I have been…"
"Can any of my Sweden experts out there explain to me why my paternal Grandmother's paternal grandfather (got all that?)... would be "JAN JANSSON" on household examination record after record, until the 1841-1845 HER, when suddenly…"
Hi Sue! I don't have to travel too far -- I'm in Atlanta but I'll tell you, it's still foreign soil to me. The only way it will no longer be is for me to go and familiarize myself with the lay of the land. I've tried from here and it just ain't working!:-)
Due to privacy laws here in Sweden, information and databases concerning now living persons and information younger than 70 and some odd years, are not allowed to be publiced online.
That information however can be accessed through other avenues.
I have acces to the Household Axamination Protocols for Filipstad all the way back to 1743.
I can also check the death records for people who has died between 1947-2006.
If you could send the information you gave about your family, I could do a quick check in the records I have available to me.
Tried to send you a private message, but was not able too...