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Re: Isabel Henson
Posted by: J Christiansen (ID *****5526) Date: August 15, 2012 at 19:24:45
In Reply to: Re: Isabel Henson by J Christiansen of 126

Not so much on Cyrus:

1880
Monroe, Saline, Nebraska
Cyrus J. Jacobsen
Anne Jacobsen b 1843 in Norway
I cant open the page to see all the information and people - sorry.


IGI (International Genealogical Index/Family Search) has a marriage record
Anna Omensen marries J. Cyrus Jacobsen in 1880, Johnson Creek, Saline, Nebraska


Saline Snippets: Newspaper Transcriptions from Saline County, Nebraska. Transcribed by Vicki Conklin FRIEND WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, E. WHITCOMB, Editor and Proprietor, Friend, Nebraska, June 29, 1888
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"Last spring CYRUS JACOBSON rented his farm and went west on account of his health. Word was received last week to the effect that he had died at Colorado Springs."
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nesaline/news-snippets/telegraph-29june1888.txt


An online post:
I am descended from Anna Omenson (1842-1917), sister of Jacob (Saline county, Nebraska), Ommund, Simon, and Eli, from Skjold, Norway. They are the children of Halvor and Synnova. I have been trying to find out what happened to her siblings. (two posters on this page are descendants)
http://boards.ancestrylibrary.com/thread.aspx?mv=flat&m=1&p=surnames.omen


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