Re: Kerr family
- Louise -
Montana Death Index, 1907-2002
Name: Soren Kerr Gender: Male
Age: 42 Estimated Birth Year: 1880
Death Date: 11 Apr 1922 Index Number: Fltd 841
Source: Montana Office of Vital Statistics
World War I Draft Registration Card
Soren Samuel Kerr born 09 Sep 1880
address: 327 Spokane Ave Whitefish Flathead Montana
occupation: Engineer, G N R Company (Great Northern Railroad)
nearest relative: Florence Kerr (same address)
Looks like Soren (Senior) & Johanna Kerr took a vacation?
Florida Passenger Lists, 1898-1951
Name: Soren Kerr
Arrival Date: 6 Jun 1916
Birth Date: abt 1861 Age: 55 Gender: Male
Port of Departure: Havana, Cuba
Port of Arrival: Key West, Florida
Last Residence: Cuba
Birth Location: Denmark
Microfilm Roll Number: t940_34
Page: 017 Line Number: 18
NOTE: line 19 is "Kerr, Johanan, age 59"
This *might* be Soren (Senior) Kerr -
Minnesota Death Index, 1908-2002
Name: Soren Kerr
Death Date: 21 Sep 1931
Death County: Ramsey
State File Number: 024910
Certificate Number: 024910
Certificate Year: 1931
Record Number: 600264
NOTE: the *other* Soren Kerr (b. 16 Aug 1885 son of Rasmus Kerr)
died 24 Dec 1963 in Ramsey County, MN.
Soren/Soran & Johanna Kerr/Karr are also found in
1920 and 1930 St Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota censuses.
I did not find them in the 1910 census -
were they living in Cuba already?
- Tom Knox
- Hello Louise,
The Kerrs are one of the oldest and greatest families
of Scotland. If you would like further information
please contact me off List at <lahavs@...>.
Newcastle upon Tyne, England
--- ayotte218 <ayotte@...> wrote:
> Hello everyone. I am new to genealogy because my__________________________________________________
> hubby made an
> offhand comment that he would like to visit his
> infant brother's grave
> in Missoula, MT. The baby died before he was born
> and we did find
> where he is buried. One thing led to another; we
> have found his
> grandfather's grave in Whitefish. In the 1930
> census, we found a
> Julia Kerr, daughter in law. Since his father is
> the only son, it
> seems reasonable that he was married to a Julia at
> that time.
> However, he married my husband's mother in 1935 or
> 1936. We want to
> find Julia's records to see if my husband has any
> siblings. Can
> anyone help me? Julia was italian and we assume
> they may have married
> in 1925-1930 because hubby's father was only 16 in
> the 1920 census.
> Any ideas?
Do You Yahoo!?
Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around