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Johannes Risnes
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Posted - 20/10/2011 :  15:04:56  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
As so many others from Sirdal in Vest-Agder County, Ommund and Ingeborg made the journy from Sirdal via Frankfort to Tacoma.
Ommund was from the Skreċ farm and Ingeborg from the Liland farm in Sirdal.
Ommund had 4 siblings in Tacoma. Ingeborg had 1 sister in Frankfort.
If their Norwegian ancestors are of interest, write me a mail.

Helsing frċ


Edited by - Johannes Risnes on 21/10/2011 09:15:38
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Posted - 21/10/2011 :  04:38:22  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

Here is one of the Ole Skreen b. 1896 Michigan in the 1930 US census transcription at

Here is Omund's and Ingeborg's marriage record from Michigan Marriages database at

Jackie M.

Edited by - jkmarler on 21/10/2011 04:44:46
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Posted - 11/07/2017 :  06:07:41  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Originally posted by RF

I am looking for info on Ommund and Ingeborg Skreen. Ommund was born in Norway in 1871 and married Ingeborg Leland in Frankfort, Michigan in 1896. They settled in Pierce county, Washington and Ommund died in Tacoma in 1949, Ingeborg in 1941. Maybe they also lived in Canada for a while.

I do not know if they had any children. Is there anyone who have any info on these people ?

Arthur Skreen was my grandfather and Selmer was his brother.
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