Ogden, Iowa is a town in Boone County, in the central part of the state. The destination,
at least, would fit with these brothers. Ogden is an area where many Swedes settled.
Here is a possible pair of brothers from "Emigranten 2001" CD:
Name: CARL ANDERSSON
County: F (Jönköping)
Source code: 18:435:23260
Travelling with: brother JOHAN A ANDERSSON age 20
But from the Säby moving-out records I suspect that these brothers are
Karl August Andersson born 1864-04-18 and Johan Alfred Andersson born
1861-02-28. GID 251.75.68600, [Jönköping] Säby, C.11, Moving in,Moving
out,Births,Marriages,Deaths, 1870-1881, page 374, Image 308.
They are found with parents and siblings at Säckarp in GID 251.68.56100,
[Jönköping] Säby, AI.18A, Household examination, 1880-1886, page 235,
The father is called August Ericsson Slufva(?), the parents and the
other siblings the siblings emigrate 1881-05-13.
Perhaps your brothers can be found in EMIBAS, can someone do a look-up?
// Bo Johansson
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I learned that he emigrated in 1881 to Iowa with a brother John.
Algot Andersson would have been 16 years old. That is all the clues I have.
Can you find anything?