History of the Swedes of Illinois

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History of the Swedes of Illinois

History of the Swedes of Illinois

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History of the Swedes of Illinois

History of the Swedes of Illinois

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Hassel, the company consisted of Peter Andersson, his brother-in-law, one John Danielson, a Mr. Berg, and an old sailor by


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of the combined parties were Anders Andersson from Thorstuna and a blacksmith by the name of Hammarback. All who were


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son and two daughters, Erik Peter Andersson from Kisa, Ostergotland, with wife, two sons and three daughters, Samuel Samuelsson, also


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county, died in 1887. Erik Peter Andersson passed away in 1854 and his wife in the latter seventies. Samuel Samuelsson


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who remained in Andover were, Jonas Andersson, with wife and three children, Matts Ersson and Olof Nordin with families, all


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The first Swedish merchants were Jonas Andersson and Georg (e) E. Petersson, who in 1854, under the firm name of


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after a few years, Carl Petter Andersson, who purchased land on the bluffs where he was still engaged in farming


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between Rock Island and Davenport, Abraham Andersson from Gnarp, Helsingland, a hired man who bought a small property in Moline


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with him for some time Per Andersson from Hassela and Per Berg from Hog, Helsingland.


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Lars Andersson fran Gingrid and Johan A. Westman from Borstig, both located in Vestergotland, Pehr


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both located in Vestergotland, Pehr Christian Andersson, also from Vestergotland, locality unknown, Johan Gabriel Stahl with wife, son and daughter


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daughter from Smaland, place unknown, Johan Andersson and Henrik Norman from Stockholm. Of these Skold was still living in 1880,


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Swedish pioneer of Princeton was Jonas Andersson from Farila, Helsingland. He emigrated in 1849, remained a short time in Chicago,


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The Jonas Andersson from Farila, Helsingland, who is mentioned among the Princeton pioneers, was one of


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country given in letters from Anders Andersson, a blacksmith and wagonmaker from Timmelhed, who had emigrated in 1847. Some years


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among whom were two shoemakers, Adolf Andersson and one Bostrom. The latter left in 1850, Andersson remaining until 1853. Simultaneous


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sold the flour mill to Olof Andersson, shortly afterwards rejoining his brother in Iowa. One Anders Johnson for a time


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shortly before. Among these were Abraham Andersson with his family and a young man named Clark, possibly the same person


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all of whom removed elsewhere, Adolf Andersson, who lost his life in the war, Peter Hakansson, shoemaker, died in 1880,


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from which she soon rallied. Johannes Andersson, the aforesaid shoemaker, one morning visited a woman engaged in doing the family


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SETTLEMENTS Kans., Carl Samuelsson and Sven Andersson, both subsequently removed to Elgin, Ericksson and C. P. Gronberg, removed to Watertown,


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SETTLEMENTS A. P. Andersson came August Andersson, from Halland, who removed to De Kalb after a short stay. A little


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sailor by the name of Carl Andersson and one Anders Olsson, both from Helsingland, settled in the vicinity of Paxton.


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were, Carl Larsson, Erik Carlsson, John Andersson and A. M. Hansson, who all bought farms and located there permanently. In


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Daniel and Sven Gustafsson and Anna Andersson, a widow whose husband had lost his life while serving in the Civil


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land, was there married to Johanna Andersson, returned to America in September and arrived in Chicago.in November of the same


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Bjorkman, A. S. Sheldon and John Andersson.


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Rev. Esbjorn and his wife, Jan Andersson, Mats Ersson, O. Nordin, Sam. Jansson, And. Pet. Larsson, Mrs. Jansson, Christina at


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in 1854 by a bachelor, Abraham Andersson from Gnarp, Helsingland, on condition that it be used as the home of


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son of a merchant named Christian Andersson and his wife Johanna, nee Malmquist. After his father's death in 1828, his


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his parents, Peter Emanuel and Eva Andersson, were poor cottagers. In his childhood he suffered great hardships owing to extreme


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Andersson, Anders, 314.


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Andersson, Jonas, 277.


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25, 1849. His parents were Anders Andersson and Christina Sjoqvist, farmer folk, who later removed to Wretaberg, in Grodinge parish,


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Carlson and his wife, Eva Charlotta Andersson, born in Chicago April 11, 1856. She died Nov. 27, 1880, in Stockholm,


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1889 and his mother, Anna Christina Andersson, in 1904, both in Sweden.