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Posted - 20/02/2006 :  12:21:49  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi all,

I am literally tearing my hair out with frustration. My great grandfather is Jakob Juul and he was born in 1894 in Kristiansund. He had two sisters Ida and Matilde. My grandmother was born in 1914 and Jakob was on a ship called "Salina" and his papers show he last sailed somehere between 11th July 1912 and departed 8/8 1912. I cannot find a reference to the Salina so I cannot verify if it landed in Australia or if he jumped ship somewhere and stowed away to Australia. I cannot find any marriage or death records in Norway or here and it is really frustrating me.

if someone could help me out or point me in the right direction I'd be grateful. I have scanned the papers and they are very clear if anyone wants to see them.

Thanks in advance,

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Posted - 20/01/2020 :  13:30:41  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
No reply back in the day to this post, so will try with these:
Jakob Juul with family in 1900 census:

Jakob Juul with family in 1910 census:

Jakob leaving for Australia in 1913:
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Posted - 21/01/2020 :  12:53:02  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
A lot of this was discovered in another topic at the same time by the same OP:

Unfortunately, a lot of the Digitalarkivet links from back in the day are no longer functional.
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