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Posted - 28/02/2006 :  19:41:09  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Greetings from Canada. I am searching for my great aunt Anna Gabriella Eggeling from Lund Sweden. This is the information I have on her:

New York Passenger Lists Record
Anna Eggeling
Arrival Date: 30 May 1887
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1869
Age: 18
Gender: Female
Port of Departure: Christiania, Norway and Christiansand, Norway and Copenhagen, Denmark
Destination: United States of America
Place of Origin: Lund
Ship Name: Thingvalla
Port of Arrival: New York
Line: 6
Microfilm Serial: M237 Microfilm Roll: 507
List Number: 647
Port Arrival State: New York
Port Arrival Country: United States

Thank you for any help you can provide

Lisbeth Edwards

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Posted - 17/03/2014 :  16:00:56  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Anna* Gabriella Eggeling Born 1868-07-12 Lunds stadsförsamling Nr:78, Malmöhus län, Sweden
Emigration 1887-05-05 Arrived with the ship Thingvalla 1887-05-30.
Father Johann Andreas Christian Friedrich* Eggeling Born 1822-01-20 Olendorf, Tyskland. Dead 1895. Married 1859-07-20 with 2:nd wife Elisabeth* Eleonora Lundborg 1839-09-21 in Lunds stadsförsamling Nr:34, Malmöhus län. Dead 1889-06-05 Lunds stadsförsamling, Malmöhus län.
10 Children in this marriage, and 3 in Fredrik's first marriage. I have all of them.
Friedrich=Fredrik here in Sweden.
All of them moved around a lot during there lifetime. - interested?
She had

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