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Can someone help me?
I am looking for naturalization papers for my great grandpa.
I wrote to NARA. They suggested to contact the Woodbury County District
Court because it was before 1930.
Does anyone have the address or a contact name or number for this court?
My great-grandfather was probably living in Sioux City, Woodbury County,
Iowa when he received his final papers.
Does anyone else have any suggestions?
I found an address for Woodbury County Genealogy Society (POBox 624,
Sioux City, IA 51102. Does anyone know if they are active, and could
they help me locate his naturalization papers?
I'm passing this message along:
FYI Received the following letter via the GASCREVE-L group at 12:38 PM
>I live in St. Louis, Missouri and saw on the local news tonight that there
>is a BRIDGETON MEMORIAL PARK - 1843 - 1963 ( North St. Louis) that is
>looking for persons with family buried there. The airport is being
>expanded and they are going to move the CEMETERY.
>Is there a way to get this message to as many listers as possible in a
>short amount of time?
>Can you help!
>Pat Jones Smith
>St. Louis, Missouri USA
I have a huge favor request for anyone residing in Sioux City, IA and living
125 PAXTON ST, SIOUX CITY, IA, 51105-3558, US
Is there anyone out there that is close to this address, and would be willing
to drive by this place and take a Digital Photo of the building to email to
me?? I would be so ENORMOUSLY grateful !!!!
My Ggrandparents, Jens "James" R. NELSON and Pernella "Nellie" TULINE lived
at "125 PAXTON AVENUE" (Which I assume is now Paxton Street??, dont know if
the house number would be the same after 90 years???)
This address was listed on their death certificates (Jens' DOD 03/1912). I
am curious if the house/building that stands at this address is the same one
as in 1900-1912, or if it looks like a newer building has replaced it....
I would VERY much love to have a picture of it...
Thank you for your time.
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Hello, I am new to this list.
I am searching for connections to my NELSON & TULINE lines. Please write if
you see anything that looks familiar.
Thank you for your time.
Descendants of Johan Tuline
Generation No. 1
1. JOHAN1 TULINE was born in SWE. He married SOPHIA (TULINE). She was born
Children of JOHAN TULINE and SOPHIA (TULINE) are:
2. i. Pernella (Nellie)2 Tuline, b. 09/19/1859, Sweden; d. 12/08/1900,
Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA.
ii. Johan Jr Tuline, b. SWE.
iii. Pers Tuline, b. SWE.
iv. Child4 Tuline.
v. Child5 Tuline.
vi. Child6 Tuline.
Generation No. 2
2. PERNELLA (NELLIE)2 TULINE (JOHAN1) was born 09/19/1859 in Sweden, and
died 12/08/1900 in Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA. She married (1) FRANZ
"FRANK" AUGUST JOHNSON Abt. 1879. He was born 1842 in SWE, and died
02/20/1884 in Probably IA. She married (2) JENS "JAMES" R NELSON Bet.
03/1884 - 1886 in Probably IA. He was born 02/15/1857 in Langaland Norenbro,
Denmark, and died 03/21/1912 in Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA.
Children of PERNELLA TULINE and FRANZ JOHNSON are:
3. i. Peter Axel3 Johnson, b. 09/18/1880; d. 02/17/1966.
4. ii. Emma Johnson, b. 01/03/1882; d. 12/26/1970.
Children of PERNELLA TULINE and JENS NELSON are:
iii. Ida3 Nelson, b. Bet. 1886 - 1888, IA; d. 1888, Sioux City, IA.
iv. Jennie Nelson, b. 08/04/1887; d. 01/22/1941.
v. Anna Nelson, b. 03/28/1889; d. 09/13/1974.
vi. Ellen Nelson, b. 01/25/1891; d. 03/21/1976.
5. vii. Edith Hannah Nelson, b. 07/30/1893, Sioux City, IA; d.
04/02/1982, County #33, CA.
viii. William Nelson, b. 01/22/1896; d. 01/11/1978, CA; m. Kay (Nelson).
ix. Milton Nelson, b. 12/28/1898; d. 08/06/1939.
Generation No. 3
3. PETER AXEL3 JOHNSON (PERNELLA (NELLIE)2 TULINE, JOHAN1) was born
09/18/1880, and died 02/17/1966. He married HELMA MARIE SWENSON 03/09/1913
in Forest Lake, MN. She was born Bef. 1898.
Children of PETER JOHNSON and HELMA SWENSON are:
i. F Johnson
ii. D Johnson
iii. Oliver August Johnson, b. 1917; d. 02/29/2000
iv. Vernon Sanford Johnson, b. 1920; d. 1957.
v. M Johnson
vi. R Johnson
4. EMMA3 JOHNSON (PERNELLA (NELLIE)2 TULINE, JOHAN1) was born 01/03/1882,
and died 12/26/1970. She married MISTER UNKNOWN.
5. EDITH HANNAH3 NELSON (PERNELLA (NELLIE)2 TULINE, JOHAN1) was born
07/30/1893 in Sioux City, IA, and died 04/02/1982 in County #33, CA. She
married (1) CLARENCE IRWIN RAINE 04/27/1915 in Vancouver, Clark County, WA,
son of OSCAR RAINE and NELLY CULLY. He was born 06/1891 in Kansas City,
Jackson County, MO, and died Bef. 1937 in probably before 1937 in CA?. She
married (2) WESTLEY E DUNN. He was born 10/11/1889, and died 06/04/1964 in
County #70, CA.
Child of EDITH NELSON and CLARENCE RAINE is:
i. James Erwin (Norman) (Dunn)4 Raine, b. 12/13/1915, Portland, OR; d.
09/30/1990, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ; m. Eva Riess, 1936, Unknown; b.
05/18/1910, Mansfield, OH ; d. 01/22/1967, Unknown.
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