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Marie Denbow

F, #4935, b. 17 November 1942, d. 17 November 1942
ReferencesDescendants of John Denboe (Indentured Servant)

Parents

FatherCarl Herbert Denbow (b. 13 December 1911, d. 6 August 1994)
MotherStefania Aðalbjörg Björnson (b. 28 December 1916, d. 18 October 2008)

Biography

Marie Denbow was born on 17 November 1942 in Sheltering Arms Hospital, Athens, Athens, Ohio, USA.1,2 She died on 17 November 1942, at age 0, in Sheltering Arms Hospital, Athens, Athens, Ohio, USA.2,11
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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.

Ella Martha Jónasson

F, #4944, b. 11 March 1907, d. 5 August 1993

Family: Edvard Hjálmar Björnson (b. 18 March 1904, d. 27 October 1958)

SonHjalmar Kristján Björnson (b. 20 November 1937)
Aunt Ella Grave

Biography

Ella Martha Jónasson was born on 11 March 1907 in Canada. She witnessed the birth of Hjalmar Kristján Björnson on 20 November 1937 in Minnesota, United States. She and Edvard Hjálmar Björnson were married about 1930 in Ediminton, Alberta, Canada. She died on 5 August 1993, at age 86, in Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, United States.
Ella Martha Jónasson was also known as Ella Jonason. She was also known as Ella Martha Björnson.
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Ingibjörg Augustine Jónsdóttir1

F, #4945, b. 13 August 1878, d. 19 August 1949
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Parents

FatherJón Jónsson (b. 1 February 1841, d. 14 March 1934)
MotherHalldóra Sigriður Baldvinsdóttir (b. 20 November 1850, d. 1890)

Family: Gunnar Björn Björnson (b. 17 August 1872, d. 15 September 1957)

SonEdvard Hjálmar Björnson+ (b. 18 March 1904, d. 27 October 1958)
SonKristjan Valdimar Björnson+ (b. 29 August 1906, d. 10 March 1987)
SonGunnar Björn Björnson+ (b. 23 June 1908, d. 2 February 1994)
DaughterHalldóra Ingibjörg Björnson (b. 21 August 1910, d. 20 January 1911)
DaughterHelga Sigríður Björnson+ (b. 6 January 1912, d. 28 June 1996)
DaughterStefania Aðalbjörg Björnson+ (b. 28 December 1916, d. 18 October 2008)
SonJón Henrik Björnson+ (b. 9 February 1919, d. 11 March 1999)
Amma (circa 1900)

Biography

Ingibjörg Augustine Jónsdóttir was born on 13 August 1878 in Hóll, Dalasysla, Hörthudalur, Iceland. She witnessed the birth of Edvard Hjálmar Björnson on 18 March 1904 in Minneota, Lyon, Minnesota, USA.1 She witnessed the birth of Kristjan Valdimar Björnson on 29 August 1906 in Minneota, Lyon, Minnesota, USA. She witnessed the birth of Gunnar Björn Björnson on 23 June 1908 in Minneota, Lyon, Minnesota, USA.2 She witnessed the birth of Halldóra Ingibjörg Björnson on 21 August 1910 in Minneota, Lyon, Minnesota, United States.2,3 Ingibjörg Augustine Jónsdóttir witnessed the birth of Helga Sigríður Björnson on 6 January 1912 in Minneota, Lyon, Minnesota, USA.2 Ingibjörg Augustine Jónsdóttir witnessed the birth of Stefania Aðalbjörg Björnson on 28 December 1916 in Minneota, Lyon, Minnesota, USA.2 Ingibjörg Augustine Jónsdóttir witnessed the birth of Jón Henrik Björnson on 9 February 1919 in Minneota, Lyon, Minnesota, USA.2,3 She and Gunnar Björn Björnson were married on 29 March 1903 in Minneota, Lyon, Minnesota, USA.2 She died on 19 August 1949, at age 71, in Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, USA. She was buried in Minneota, Lyon, Minnesota, USA.
Ingibjörg Augustine Jónsdóttir was also known as Ingibjörg Augustine Björnson. She was also known as Ingibjörg Augustine Hordal Or Hurdal.2 She immigrated to Canada in 1884.2
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Citations

  1. [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".
  2. [S1] Carl Jón Denbow has firsthand or very reliable second hand knowledge of this personal information or event.
  3. [S114] Edda Connell, "Email Messages From Edda Connell to Carl Jón Denbow," e-mail message from Edda Connell to Carl Jón Denbow. Hereinafter cited as "Edda's Research".