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Kenneth Lie
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Norway
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Posted - 11/11/2016 :  01:17:35  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
These 3 men are photographed together with my grandfather somewhere in Sakskatchewan, Canada about 1930/32. They may be Norwegian or Scandinavian.

Are you related to any of them?

www.dropbox.com/s/tpnkw8q7n0d5sv2/Kanada_Etterlyst_1.png?dl=0


www.dropbox.com/s/iv9z4vw5xzydmod/Kanada_Etterlyst_2.png?dl=0

www.dropbox.com/s/vupkgzl87tx608u/Kanada_Etterlyst_3.png?dl=0

email me, or anwer here ;) - Kenneth

lie.familytree@gmail.com

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Kenneth

Edited by - Kenneth Lie on 11/11/2016 01:22:09

Ted Rolles
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Canada
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Posted - 17/12/2016 :  20:55:07  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You should also add the original (entire) photo, there might be a homestead or other distinguishing attributes allowing someone to make identify
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Janet Wood
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Canada
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Posted - 30/12/2016 :  01:53:01  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I'm not sure as I don't have any photos of my grandparents when they were younger. They lived in Saskatchewan at that time I believe. My grandfather was born 13 Feb 1898 Bridgewater, Hanson, South Dakota, USA and died in 1969 in Saskatchewan
My ancestors are from Norway, last name was Johnson and they changed it to Leedahl


Edited by - Janet Wood on 30/12/2016 01:54:18
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BShabluk
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Canada
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Posted - 04/02/2017 :  08:56:59  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello. I have done some research on your name of Leedahl(Lidahl). I believe these are of the Biliskie family. Mary Biliskie was married to John Martin Leedahl. Her father Frank Biliskie is the person on the third picture. The other two pictures are his sons Charles and John.
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