|Jim Sindberg||Thanks for the candle|
You left a candle burning at the memorial site of James Christensen Sindberg. James is my grandfather and I am named after him. Here is a bit of his history. James was christened Jens in Denmark. James's father is Andrew Christensen Sindberg. Andrew's christened name is Anders Christen Christensen, not Sindberg. Andrew's father, Christen Christensen, died young when Andrew is only four. His mother remarried to Christen Sindberg. It is said that Andrew loved his stepfather and that is why when Andrew had children, he named them Sindberg. When Andrew and wife and children came to USA they were registered with the Danish emigration all as Christensens. But once in USA they chose to become Sindbergs. Anders became Andrew. Jens became James.
I lived 12 years in Europe including two in Denmark. I've seen the Danish church records.
My question to you is "why did you put a candle on my grandfather's memorial page?" Are you a relative?
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|Gerry Jean||RE: Echo Ann Vogel Weinstock|
Very glad that I could help!
|Jolene||RE: Christianson and Cantwell Photos|
you are soo welcome!! its my pleasure! I enjoy doing it. Jolene
Added by Jolene on Mar 29, 2016 10:24 AM
|Karen Ferency Baker||Hergert|
Thanks for the correction. Happy to transfer if you would like.
|Barb Joyce||RE: John D Joyce|
Thank you so much. I was able to go directly to the link you provided, found the obituaries in the paper, and there it was.
Do so appreciate your time!
Are you related to Lewis and Adeline Hardwick at Riverside cemetery?
If so, please email me email@example.com
Added by Caroline on Sep 10, 2015 5:05 PM
|Nadeen Sobottka||Holly Harteau|
Hi, thanks for the obituary for Holly's memorial; it has been added. Regards, Nadeen
|Glaub||RE: Maria Glaub Mueller|
I believe Nicolaus Glaub was a German living in Hungary. There were Glaubs, Catholic and Jewish, in Hungary since they moved there from Bavaria in the 1700s along with thousands of other Bavarians. I met someone who descends from the Hungarian branch. Email me and I'll explain more about his branch.
Added by Glaub on Aug 11, 2015 4:22 PM
Thanks much for the transfer of this memorial to me, I appreciate it.
My "Joseph Glaub"'s mother's name was Maria according to his 1898 death doc, so there could be a connection. He was born just a few years earlier than your Maria, so they might be cousins. I couldn't find Joseph's "first papers." Perhaps he never had any. Hopefully your Maria has them at UWM.
Added by Glaub on May 18, 2015 4:03 PM
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