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Pedigree chart Gustav Alfrid Ragnar Vilhelmsson

1893-1918

Born Aug 27, 1893 in Anderstorp, Härlunda (R).
Died Sep 29, 1918 in Romagne, France.
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Gustav Alfrid Ragnar Vilhelmsson
Born Aug 27, 1893 in Anderstorp, Härlunda (R).
Died Sep 29, 1918 in Romagne, France.
F Vilhelm Johansson. tavla1.png
Born Jan 29, 1859 in Krogstorp, Istrum (R).
Died Aug 10, 1938 in Härlunda (R).

FF Johannes Magnusson. tavla1.png
Born Jul 13, 1821 in Planterhagen, Lommagården, Hangelösa (R).
Died Aug 30, 1902 in Anderstorp, Härlunda (R).

FFF Magnus Svensson. tavla1.png
Born Jan 5, 1760 in Hangelösa (R).
Died Apr 11, 1837 in Lommagården, Hangelösa (R).

FFM Stina Jonsdotter Frisk. tavla1.png
Born Aug 11, 1791 in Aspelund, Fullösa (R).
Died Sep 15, 1856 in Hangelösa (R).

FM Maria Carlsdotter. tavla1.png
Born Jun 21, 1828 in Skånings-Åsaka (R).
Died May 16, 1884 in Anderstorp, Härlunda (R).

FMF Carl Olofsson. tavla1.png
Born Nov 8, 1782 in Husaby (R).
Died Jun 5, 1860 in Skånings-Åsaka (R).

FMM Annika Nilsdotter. tavla1.png
Born Apr 6, 1788 in Smedsgården, Överbo, Varnhem (R).
Died Jun 25, 1869 in Gömta, Mundstorp, Skånings-Åsaka (R).

M Lotta Danielsdotter. tavla1.png
Born Sep 6, 1861 in Sarängen, Marum (R).
Died Mar 3, 1938 in Anderstorp, Härlunda (R).

MF Daniel Andersson. tavla1.png
Born Oct 6, 1819 in Lommagården, Norra Härene (R).
Died Dec 25, 1899 in Fattigstugan, Marum (R).

MFF Anders Jansson. tavla1.png
Born Oct 30, 1768 in Håkanstorp, Sävare (R).
Died Oct 18, 1822 in Norra Härene (R).

MFM Ingegärd Danielsdotter. tavla1.png
Born Aug 28, 1792 in Arvidsgården, Norra Härene (R).
Died May 31, 1870 in Bränningemad, Marum (R).

MM Lovisa Jonsdotter. tavla1.png
Born Torpet Furudden under Ramsberg, Jul 24, 1834 in Fivlered (R).
Died Sep 9, 1899 in Fattigstugan, Marum (R).

MMF Jonas Abrahamsson. tavla1.png
Born Nov 12, 1792 in Högelycke, Bottnaryd (F).
Died Mar 1, 1835 in Fivlered (R).

MMM Elin Bengtsdotter. tavla1.png
Born Aug 2, 1789 in Knottås, Sandhem (R).
Died Feb 8, 1843 in Fivlered (R).

Biography

Born Aug 27, 1893 in Anderstorp, Härlunda (R).
Baptized Sep 3, 1893 in Härlunda (R).
Moved May 4, 1912 from Härlunda (R) to Kiron, Crawford, Iowa, USA.
Page 91 in "husförhörsboken". Lived at a place called Björkåsen. Left Sweden from Gotheburgs harbour October 5 1912, destination Kiron, IO, USA. Arrived to Ellis Island on May 22 1912 with the ship Olympic that sailed from Southampton, Southamptonshire, England, UK. The ship manifest says that the trip was payed by his brother and that he was on his way to his "brother" Alfred Danielson and that Gus was 5 feet 6 inchec tall, had brown hair and brown eyes.
olympic.jpg Built by Harlan & Wolff Limited, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1911. 45,324 gross tons; 882 (bp) feet long; 92 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engines, triple screw. Service speed 21 knots. 2,764 passengers (1,054 first class, 510 second class, 1,200 third class). Built for White Star and Dominion Lines, in 1911 and named Olympic. Southampton-New York, WWI troopship, Trans-Atlantic ( 1920-24) service. Largest liner in the world 1911-12. Sistership to Titanic. Transferred to Cunard White Star Line, British flag, in 1935. Laid up in 1935. Last remains broken up in Scotland in 1937. [644]
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Changed name to Gus Wilson
Moved from Kiron, Crawford, Iowa, USA to Missoula, Missoula, Montana, USA.
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Faught for USA in 361st Infantry Regiment, 91st Infantry Division in France where he were killed at an German nest, later known as Miller Hill, in the Meuse-Argonne sector close to Epinonville
Died Sep 29, 1918 in Romagne, France.
Cause of death: Killed during world war 1
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wilson_gus_grave.jpg Carl at Gus grave in France
Buried Plot F Row 28 Grave 25 Oct 5, 1918 in Meuse-Argonne American Cementry, Romagne, France.
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Baptism witnesses:
Lars Johan Wallander.
Stina Greta Johansdotter.

Life track

Created Sep 21, 2021 by Gunnar Öhrn using Disgen version 2021.