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Stefania Aðalbjörg Björnson

F, #432, b. 28 December 1916, d. 18 October 2008

Parents

FatherGunnar Björn Björnson (b. 17 August 1872, d. 15 September 1957)
MotherIngibjörg Augustine Jónsdóttir (b. 13 August 1878, d. 19 August 1949)

Family: Carl Herbert Denbow (b. 13 December 1911, d. 6 August 1994)

DaughterMarie Denbow (b. 17 November 1942, d. 17 November 1942)
SonCarl Jón Denbow+ (b. 24 November 1944)
DaughterStefania Augustine Denbow+ (b. 24 April 1947)
DaughterElise Signe Denbow+ (b. 8 June 1954)
Stefanai Denbow's 1938 passport photo.

Biography

Stefania Aðalbjörg Björnson was born on 28 December 1916 in Minneota, Lyon, Minnesota, USA.1 She witnessed the birth of Marie Denbow on 17 November 1942 in Sheltering Arms Hospital, Athens, Athens, Ohio, USA.1,2 Stefania Aðalbjörg Björnson witnessed the birth of Carl Jón Denbow on 24 November 1944 in University Hospital, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, USA.1 She witnessed the birth of Stefania Augustine Denbow on 24 April 1947 in Washington, District of Columbia, USA. Stefania Aðalbjörg Björnson witnessed the birth of Elise Signe Denbow on 8 June 1954 in Chillicothe, Ross, Ohio, USA. Stefania Aðalbjörg Björnson and Carl Herbert Denbow were married on 5 June 1939 in Grace Luthern Church, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, USA.1 She witnessed the death of Carl Herbert Denbow on 6 August 1994 in North, Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, USA, cause: lung cancer (small cell.)1 She died on 18 October 2008, at age 91, in 60 Eden Place, Athens, Athens, Ohio, USA.1 She was buried on 22 October 2008 in West Union Street Cemetery, Athens, Athens, Ohio, USA.1
Stefania Aðalbjörg Björnson was also known as Stefania Aðalbjörg Denbow.11
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Citations

  1. [S1] Carl Jón Denbow has firsthand or very reliable second hand knowledge of this personal information or event.
  2. [S278] Marie Denbow, Stillborn Death Cerfiticate Vol. 384; Cert. 3024 (17 Nov 1942), Carl J. Denbow Personal Files, 17 Coventry Lane, Athens, Athens, Ohio, USA, 45701-3718. Hereinafter cited as SDC: Marie Denbow.

Sylvia Björnson

F, #433, b. 1948, d. 1960

Biography

Sylvia Björnson was born in 1948. She died in 1960, at age ~12, in Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, USA, Died of leukemia.
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Kristjan Valdimar Björnson1

M, #434, b. 29 August 1906, d. 10 March 1987

Parents

FatherGunnar Björn Björnson (b. 17 August 1872, d. 15 September 1957)
MotherIngibjörg Augustine Jónsdóttir (b. 13 August 1878, d. 19 August 1949)

Family: Guðrun Jónsdottir (b. 18 October 1915, d. 6 March 1998)

DaughterHelga Bjarney Björnson+ (b. 16 June 1946)
DaughterKristín Rannveig Björnson+ (b. 10 April 1948)
SonJón Gunnar Björnson (b. 16 June 1949)
SonValdimar Halldor Björnson (b. 11 August 1952)
DaughterMaja Ingibjörg Björnson (b. 12 September 1955)
Uncle Valdi Grave

Biography

Kristjan Valdimar Björnson was born on 29 August 1906 in Minneota, Lyon, Minnesota, USA. He witnessed the birth of Helga Bjarney Björnson on 16 June 1946.2 He witnessed the birth of Kristín Rannveig Björnson on 10 April 1948.2 He witnessed the birth of Jón Gunnar Björnson on 16 June 1949.3 Kristjan Valdimar Björnson witnessed the birth of Valdimar Halldor Björnson on 11 August 1952.2 Kristjan Valdimar Björnson witnessed the birth of Maja Ingibjörg Björnson on 12 September 1955.3 He and Guðrun Jónsdottir were married on 20 February 1945.3 He died on 10 March 1987, at age 80, in Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, United States.4
Kristjan Valdimar Björnson was also known as Valdimar Björnson.1 He was also known as Validi or Val Björnson.1

From The History of Minnesota. West Palm Beach, Florida: Lewis Historical Publishing:

Kristjan Valdimar 'Val' Bjornson (August 29, 1906-March 3, 1987) was a Minnesota writer, newspaper editor, and politician who served as state treasurer for more than two decades. He was born in Minneota, Minnesota of Icelandic descent. In World War II, he served in Navy intelligence, stationed in Iceland. He was able to speak Icelandic, Finnish, Danish, Swedish, and Norwegian. He was part owner of the <i>Minneota Mascot</i> newspaper and an associate editor at the St. Paul Pioneer Press. As the Republican candidate in the United States Senate elections, 1954, he lost to Hubert Humphrey, with whom he sometimes shared a car to travel the state. He died in Minneapolis. The University of Minnesota, his alma mater, and the University of Iceland have a student exchange scholarship named in his honor. Bjornson, Val (1969).

He was a State Treasurer of Minnesota in Minnesota, USA, between 1951 and 1955.1 He was a State Treasurer of Minnesota in Minnesota, USA, between 1957 and 1975.1
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Citations

  1. [S1] Carl Jón Denbow has firsthand or very reliable second hand knowledge of this personal information or event.
  2. [S114] Edda Connell, "Email Messages From Edda Connell to Carl Jón Denbow," e-mail message from Edda Connell to Carl Jón Denbow, 28 January 2014; Carl J. Denbow; 17 Coventry Ln.; Athens, OH 45701-3718; 2014; List of cousins, spouses and children. Hereinafter cited as "Edda's Research".
  3. [S114] Edda Connell, "Edda's Research," e-mail to Carl Jón Denbow.
  4. [S23] , Ancestry.com. Minnesota, Death Index, 1908-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2001.

Björn Björnsson

M, #436

Parents

FatherAsmundur Hallgrímsson (b. 1820)

Family: Kristín Benjamímsdóttir (b. 1837, d. 1920)

SonGunnar Björn Björnson+ (b. 17 August 1872, d. 15 September 1957)

Biography

Björn Björnsson witnessed the birth of Gunnar Björn Björnson on 17 August 1872 in Mássel, near Sleðbrjótur, Jökulsár district, Nordur Mölasysla, Iceland, Direct quote from Validi's essay: "Mássel, a cotter's farm next to Sleðbrjótur in the Jökulsár district in Nordur Mölasysla."1,2,3
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Citations

  1. [S1] Carl Jón Denbow has firsthand or very reliable second hand knowledge of this personal information or event.
  2. [S115] Gunnar B. Björnson, Saga, Incidents and Anecdotes from Bygone Days (Minneapolis, Minnesota: Self published, 1943), pp. 1-2. Hereinafter cited as Afi's Saga.
  3. [S116] "My Parents: Valdimar Björnsson", About 1960, Valdimar Björnsson (Minneapolis, Minnesota), to extended family (P.O. Box 5714, Athens, Ohio 45701-5714), Second Site Online, http://www.denbowtree.org. Hereinafter cited as "My Parents".

Black

M, #437

Family: Boucher

SonWilbur Black
SonSamuel Boucher Black+ (b. 1904, d. 14 November 1976)

Biography

Black witnessed the birth of Wilbur Black. Black witnessed the birth of Samuel Boucher Black in 1904.
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Daniel Black

M, #439, b. 16 July 1778, d. 23 August 1840

Family: Mary Bobo (b. August 1783, d. 25 June 1863)

DaughterMary Black+ (b. 1811, d. 2 February 1880)

Biography

Daniel Black was born on 16 July 1778.1 He witnessed the birth of Mary Black in 1811 in Virginia, USA. He and Mary Bobo were married on 3 August 1797 in Maryland, USA.1 He died on 23 August 1840, at age 62.1 He was buried in Knox, Vinton, Ohio, USA. Headstone for Daniel Black states: Daniel Black died August 23, 1840 aged 62 years, 1 month, & 7 days. Mary, wife of Daniel Black, died June 25, 1863 aged 79 years, 10 months, 25 days. Inscription: "Death cannot come untimely To those that's fit to die."1
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Citations

  1. [S86] "Research by Susan Sharp on her husband's Sharp line.", (Mainly 1990s), Susan Sharp (215 Oak St., Hillsboro, OH 45133), to Carl Jón Denbow (17 Coventry Lane, Athens, Athens, Ohio, USA, 45701-3718), Carl J. Denbow Personal Files, 17 Coventry Lane, Athens, Athens, Ohio, USA, 45701-3718. Hereinafter cited as "Susan Sharp's Research Notes".

Elizabeth Lasley Black

F, #442, b. 18 September 1780

Family: James Graham (b. 4 October 1756, d. 2 September 1834)

SonHenry Lassley Graham (b. 1818)
DaughterMary Elizabeth Graham (b. 1819, d. 1853)

Biography

Elizabeth Lasley Black was born on 18 September 1780 in Ohio, USA. She witnessed the birth of Henry Lassley Graham in 1818. She witnessed the birth of Mary Elizabeth Graham in 1819. Elizabeth Lasley Black and James Graham were married on 12 October 1782 in Pennsylvania, USA.
Elizabeth Lasley Black was also known as Elizabeth Lasley Graham.
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James M. Black

M, #443

Family: Mary Allen

DaughterBethea Black
DaughterThelma Marie Black+ (b. 1919)

Biography

James M. Black witnessed the birth of Bethea Black. He witnessed the birth of Thelma Marie Black in 1919.
PLace of Residence: Ramseytown, Jefferson County, Pa. in 1926 movedto Rossiter.
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Mary Black1

F, #445, b. 1811, d. 2 February 1880

Parents

FatherDaniel Black (b. 16 July 1778, d. 23 August 1840)
MotherMary Bobo (b. August 1783, d. 25 June 1863)

Family: Joshua C. Bobo (b. 1798, d. June 1859)

DaughterOliva Bobo (b. 1840)
SonGranville Bobo (b. 1842, d. 23 March 1863)
DaughterCatharine Bobo (b. 1844)
DaughterMary Northa Bobo+ (b. 23 August 1845, d. 3 February 1934)
DaughterFloretta Bobo (b. 1848)
DaughterEliza C. Bobo (b. 1850, d. 1860)

Biography

Mary Black was born in 1811 in Virginia, USA. She witnessed the birth of Oliva Bobo in 1840. Mary Black witnessed the birth of Granville Bobo in 1842. She witnessed the birth of Catharine Bobo in 1844. Mary Black witnessed the birth of Mary Northa Bobo on 23 August 1845 in Hebbardsville, Athens, Ohio, USA.1 Mary Black witnessed the birth of Floretta Bobo in 1848. Mary Black witnessed the birth of Eliza C. Bobo in 1850. Mary Black and Joshua C. Bobo were married on 22 March 1832 in Athens, Athens, Ohio, USA.1 She died on 2 February 1880, at age ~69, in Vinton Station, Vinton, Ohio, USA.
Mary Black was also known as Mary Bobo. She was also known as Polly Black.1
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Citations

  1. [S86] "Research by Susan Sharp on her husband's Sharp line.", (Mainly 1990s), Susan Sharp (215 Oak St., Hillsboro, OH 45133), to Carl Jón Denbow (17 Coventry Lane, Athens, Athens, Ohio, USA, 45701-3718), Carl J. Denbow Personal Files, 17 Coventry Lane, Athens, Athens, Ohio, USA, 45701-3718. Hereinafter cited as "Susan Sharp's Research Notes".

Ronald Reid Black

M, #448, b. 21 March 1931, d. 9 June 1964

Parents

FatherSamuel Boucher Black (b. 1904, d. 14 November 1976)
MotherMary Christeena Reid (b. 15 December 1904, d. 14 November 1976)

Family: Katherine Doughty (b. 10 January 1934)

SonDavid Michael Black+ (b. 3 July 1953)
SonRichard Scott Black (b. 10 March 1956)
DaughterSuzan Marylee Black+ (b. 18 January 1958)

Biography

Ronald Reid Black was born on 21 March 1931 in Pennsylvania, USA. He witnessed the birth of David Michael Black on 3 July 1953 in Pennsylvania, USA. Ronald Reid Black witnessed the birth of Richard Scott Black on 10 March 1956. Ronald Reid Black witnessed the birth of Suzan Marylee Black on 18 January 1958 in Michigan, USA. He and Katherine Doughty were married on 26 July 1952 in Tennessee, USA. He died on 9 June 1964, at age 33, in Pinole, Contra Costa, California, USA. He was buried in Tennessee, USA.
Occupation: Salesman Places of Residence: Towanda, Pa.; Pinole,California; Michigan; and Memphis, Tennessee. Religious Affiliation:Presbyterian Military Service: U.S. Navy.
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Samuel Boucher Black

M, #449, b. 1904, d. 14 November 1976

Parents

FatherBlack
MotherBoucher

Family: Mary Christeena Reid (b. 15 December 1904, d. 14 November 1976)

SonRonald Reid Black+ (b. 21 March 1931, d. 9 June 1964)

Biography

Samuel Boucher Black was born in 1904. He witnessed the birth of Ronald Reid Black on 21 March 1931 in Pennsylvania, USA. Samuel Boucher Black and Mary Christeena Reid were married on 10 June 1930 in Pennsylvania, USA. He died on 14 November 1976, at age ~72, in Boynton Beach, Palm Beach, Florida, USA.
Occupation: Dentist Places of Residence: Beaverdale, Towanda,andIndiana, Pa. Boynton Beach, Florida. Notes of Jean Reid Edwards:Samuel Black's mother was a Boucher. Notes of Jean Reid Edwards: Samwent to Penn State at the age of 16. He spent 4 years at theUniversity of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He opened a practice inBeaverdale, Pa. and left in 1978 when the miners went on strike. Hethen opened a practice in Towanda, Pa. Jean states that Wilbur Black'got the opening in Indiana, Pa.' because he and his wife either had achild or were expecting one and their father felt that the practice inIndiana was the better one? She also notes that the Blacks bought inBoynton Beach when the roads were still dirt roads and it was justorchards. She says they ran some orchards for years.
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Sarah Black

F, #450

Family: Henry Bobo (b. about 1758)

SonThomas Bobo
SonJoseph Bobo (b. 24 October 1802)

Biography

Sarah Black witnessed the birth of Thomas Bobo. She was born in Virginia, USA. She witnessed the birth of Joseph Bobo on 24 October 1802 in Athens, Athens, Ohio, USA.1 She and Henry Bobo were married on 15 August 1799 in Maryland, USA.
Sarah Black was also known as Sarah Bobo.
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Citations

  1. [S86] "Research by Susan Sharp on her husband's Sharp line.", (Mainly 1990s), Susan Sharp (215 Oak St., Hillsboro, OH 45133), to Carl Jón Denbow (17 Coventry Lane, Athens, Athens, Ohio, USA, 45701-3718), Carl J. Denbow Personal Files, 17 Coventry Lane, Athens, Athens, Ohio, USA, 45701-3718. Hereinafter cited as "Susan Sharp's Research Notes".