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Erik Hansson Sundstrom, born 1836
Posted by: Magnus Johansson Date: July 18, 2000 at 16:53:14
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Erik Hansson Sundström was born August 17th, 1836 in Rå, Ådals-Liden parish. He married February 22nd, 1863 in Ådals-Liden parish with Inga Kristina Eriksdotter. She was born January 4th, 1835 in Sörmoflo, Ådals-Liden parish. Erik lived first in Häxmo, Ådals-Liden parish, where he was a shuemaker, crofter, farmer and shopkeeper. 1874 the family moved to Forsås, Ådals-Liden sn and there he was a shopkeeper, crofter, worker and shuemaker. 1892 they emigrated to USA.

Children:

Hans Erik Sundström, born April 18th, 1863 in Häxmo, Ådals-Liden parish, dead there December 20th, 1863.

Märta Karolina Sundström, born April 18th, 1863 in Häxmo, Ådals-Liden parish, dead there April 20th, 1864.

Tekla Margareta Sundström, born October 26th, 1864 in Häxmo, Ådals-Liden parish.

Hans Erik Sundström, born September 24th, 1866 in Häxmo, Ådals-Liden parish, dead August 23th, 1887 in Forsås, Ådals-Liden parish.

Olof Peter Sundström, born May 11th, 1869 in Häxmo, Ådals-Liden parish.

Is anyone familiar to the Sundstrom-family? The family left from the port of Trondheim in Norway.

Thanks
Magnus


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