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can you help ?????

Posted: 4 Nov 2012 12:07AM GMT
Classification: Query
we are going out of our mine about my husbands Vinberg family
after i have been in contact with Sweden they think this person immigrated to the USA too like his brother . Please see if you can fine him

This is him Tage Vinberg Birth 10 dec 1897 in Landskrona, Malmohus, Skåne, Sweden
Death ?????????
his moms name is Annette Christiansdotter Birth 28 Apr 1871 in Skeinge, Verum, Kristianstad, Sweden
Death 16 AUG 1954 in Landskrona

Re: can you help ?????

Posted: 4 Nov 2012 12:19AM GMT
Classification: Query
Is this him?
Name: Tage Valentin
Father: Peter Nilsson Vinberg
Birth: 18 dec 1897 - Landskrona, Malmöhus (Skåne)

It will help if you can tell us his brother's name, and where he lived in the United States. It is possible Tage moved near him.

Re: can you help ?????

Posted: 4 Nov 2012 4:39AM GMT
Classification: Query
it is him . His brother was Ernst Ferdinand Vinberg ( it is my husbands grandfather ) we just got to know who his father and mother was .

Emigranten Populär, 1783-1951 Swedish Emigration Records, 1783-1951 where you can fine Ernst
Born 12/28/1895 in Landskrona, Malmohus, Skåne, Sweden

Died 11/6/1970 in Seattle, King, Washington, USA

Re: can you help ?????

Posted: 4 Nov 2012 6:03AM GMT
Classification: Query
Obituary for Ernest:

Seattle Daily Times
Seattle, Washington
November 7, 1970
page 26

Vinberg, Ernest F.

105 Mercer Street. Husband of Inga. Father of Mrs. Jeanette Diamond, Mrs. Mae Carlough. Stepfather of Stella Wilson, Mrs. Harry Westover and Arthur Wick. Graveside services 2 p.m. Monday, Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, direction, Arthur A. Wright Funeral Home.

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I also find a death notice for Ingo [sic] B. VINBERG, 89, died in Seattle, March 9, 1984.

I didn't find mention of his brother in Seattle newspaper archives.

I don't find mention of Tabe in the Washington State Digital Arvhives.

Re: can you help ?????

Posted: 18 Dec 2012 10:36PM GMT
Classification: Query
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=vi...;
ernest stone-dont know where his wife buried. u might contact the cemetery, see if u can find out who he is buried next to.

Re: can you help ?????

Posted: 18 Dec 2012 11:19PM GMT
Classification: Query
never tried researching sweden, would it be impossible to get his moms obit and see if he is mentioned?

Re: can you help ?????

Posted: 18 Dec 2012 11:53PM GMT
Classification: Query
tohelp others to help u
1940 they-ernest and family- lived
Seldovia Recording District -​ No. 26,​ Third JudicialDivision,​ Alaska Territory,​ United States see at
mae and spouse

Household

Gender

Age

Birthplace



head

Ernest Vinberg 43 Sweden
wife Eva Vinberg 32 Alaska
Ivy Vinberg 12 Alaska
Alice Vinberg 1 1Alaska
Jeannette Vinberg 5 Alaska
Mae Vinberg 3 Alaska

http://boards.ancestry.com/thread.aspx?mv=flat&m=344&...

do u know the american counterpart to "tage"? (as ernst became ernest)

Re: can you help ?????

Posted: 6 Jan 2013 4:14AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 6 Jan 2013 4:17AM GMT
I don't find Tage Valentin Vinberg in the USA. I searched with Winberg, and with Nilsson (but not with Nielson/sen). I searched with Thomas and Tom as a first name (but not with Val). He could have arrived and died already between census years. Also, he might have returned to Sweden. He might be in Canada and thus harder to find.

I did not search the British Columbia genealogy archives.

I did not search the Swedish emigration database for Tage's date of emigration - could someone do that please?

1940
Seldovia Recording Dist. no. 26, Third Judicial Dist., Alaska Territory
Ernest Vinberg 43 born about 1897 in Sweden
Eva Vinberg 32 wife born Alaska
Ivy Vinberg 12 Alaska - born about 1928
Alice Vinberg 11 Alaska
Jeannette Vinberg 5 Alaska
Mae Vinberg 3 Alaska

Three of Ernest's sons in 1940 (his children per Find a Grave, not verified by me):

1940
Ouzinkie, Third Judicial Division, Alaska Territory
Ernest Vinberg 14, born in Alaska
Hubert Vinberg 12, born in Alaska - born about 1928
Emil Vinberg 10 born in Alaska
These boys are “inmates” at a “Mission,” about a dozen children there with a housemother
This seems to be Kodiak Baptist Mission, an orphanage at Ouzinikie on Kodiak Island, Alaska, built in 1938, also called “the Fourth Mission.”
More about the mission, LINK:
http://www.tanignak.com/Baker%20Cottage%20Orphanage.htm

The mother of these boys is here in 1940 (per Find a Grave obit for Katherine):

1940
Unalaska, Third Judicial Division, Alaska Territory
Andrew P. Kashevaroff 32 b about 1908 in Alaska, janitor, USIO Hospital
Katherine Kashevaroff 33 b abt 1907 Alaska (=Katherine Fox Vinberg)
Esther P. Vinberg 15
Donald J. Vinberg 9 - born about 1931
Walter A. Kashevaroff 4 (=called Andrew)
Norman D. P. Kashevaroff 2

The set up is a little unusual. I wonder if any of the children could be Tage's, taken in by Ernest and Katherine?

My Swedish Roots: Alaska Swedish Ancestry
http://myswedishroots.com/community/forums/topic/308/hej-ala...

Re: can you help ?????

Posted: 9 May 2013 6:42AM GMT
Classification: Query
SELDOVIA VILLAGE 1930 (actually taken in November of 1929)

Vinberg, Ernest F. 33b.Sweden Immigrated 1915
Vinberg, Katherine 23 b. Alaska
Vinberg, Esther E. 5½
Vinberg, Ernest 4
Vinberg, Hubert W. 2
Vinberg, Emil F. 6 months

Also search variant spelling of Weinberg, Wienberg. In my own family research, every relative immigrating to the US from Norway immediately changed their first name to something more American. I found my family only because I gave some thought to how a Norwegian accent might say Wendell to a census enumerator, and looked up "Vindell" in Ancestry. Jackpot! Good luck.
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