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DMoen
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Posted - 29/07/2017 :  23:13:00  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Back in 2005, a member was looking for information on Erik Olsen Klevmoen and his wife Karine who immigrated to Canada with son Ole on the Hannah Parr in 1868. Erik is my husband's great, great grandfather. He and Karine settled in Dunn County, Wisconsin, USA. I have much information and pictures as well. I would love to connect with espino and share what I have and learn the information he has about Karine.

DianeMoen

jkmarler
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USA
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Posted - 30/07/2017 :  00:59:39  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Espino was last posting on site in 2013, he may or may not be still listening. I sent a message through the system, hope he will respond to you.

I just got a message from the system saying that my message has not yet been delivered but that attempts to deliver will continue for another day and 19 hours.

Edited by - jkmarler on 30/07/2017 15:36:46
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