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  • Judith, here is more discussion on Swedish message board. You might want to do a little more digging in Maine. I wish you good luck. Patti............. Av Judy Olson Baouab – torsdag den 15 febr 2007 kl. 19.00: [Ändra] It is quite certain that the information on the World War I and/or World War II Draft Registrations would have been provided by the person registering. It is not...
    padrewind Feb 15, 2007
  • Judith, here is 1st reply to my posting on Swedish message board: Av Mats Ahlgren (Mats) – torsdag den 15 febr 2007 kl. 00.12: [Ändra] Patti I found Anton and Alvida on a New York Passenger list from September 7, 1948, arriving on Gripsholm. It says Anton Sandell, 53 Godfrey St, Groton, Connecticut, age 60, born in Sweden Alvida, same adress, age 66, born in Sweden On his WW2...
    padrewind Feb 14, 2007
  • Judith, I'm not so sure Anton was born in Aroostock, Maine. I find him and wife Alnida on a 1920 census in Groton, New London, Conn. He is with his son Bertel 6 yr. and daughter Lillian 8 years. An on the census him and his with claim to be from Sweden. date of immigration 1901. Both the children born in Ohio. I will check with Swedish message board for more information. Patti...
    padrewind Feb 14, 2007
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  • Hello Everyone! I have been working on my mothers family line. My mothers Swedish roots leads me to New Sweden in search of a family that moved there in 1900. The family name is Stead. I have been in touch with a few members of this family. But some of the information on deceased relatives is not to be found. So my question to this group is who might have the burial records of your...
    padrewind Feb 23, 2006