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Johannes ANDERSSON
(1805-1885)
Ingrid Cajsa JONASDOTTER
(1811-1865)
Peter JONASSON
(1798-1849)
Ingierd JONSDOTTER
(1796-After 1861)
Anders Johan JOHANSSON
(1835-1898)
Maria PETERSDOTTER
(1833-1909)
Carl Alfred ANDERSSON
(1862-1928)

 

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Spouses/Children:

Johanna P. "Hannah" COLMAN

Carl Alfred ANDERSSON
  • Born: November 3, 1862, Södra Ljunga, , Kronobergs Län, Sweden
  • Marriage: Johanna P. "Hannah" COLMAN about 1894 in Södra Ljunga, , Kronobergs Län, Sweden
  • Died: November 30, 1928, Batavia, Kane, Illinois, USA at age 66 1
  • Buried: December 3, 1928, Batavia, Kane, Illinois - River Hills Memorial Park

bullet   Another name for Carl was Carl Alfred PALMQUIST.

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bullet  General Notes:

Carl came to the USA in 1890. A few years later he returned to Sweden, married Johanna and returned to America.

After Carl died Albert became the head of the family as indicated in the 1930 census..

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bullet  Noted Events In his Life:

  • Name Change. Carl's last name in Sweden was Andersson. In America he was always known as Carl Alfred Palmquist.
  • Imigration: from Sweden via the port of Liverpool, England, December 23, 1890, New York. picture
    New York Passenger List Carl Palmquist 23 Dec 1890









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    The name of the ship that Carl came over on was the Servia.







  • Travel: from Sweden via Liverpool, England on the ship Lucania arriving, May 29, 1896, New York.
    First Name: Carl A. Last Name: Palmquist, Ethnicity: Sweden, Date of Arrival: May 29, 1896, Age at Arrival: 33y, Gender: M, Ship of Travel: Lucania, Port of Departure: Liverpool & Queenstown, Manifest Line Number: 0517

    The Ship Lucania was built by Armstrong, Mitchell & Company, Newcastle, England, 1892. 5,617 gross tons; 421 (bp) feet long; 48 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engines, twin screw. Service speed 13.5 knots. 1,116 passengers (84 first class, 32 second class, 1,000 third class). Built for North German Lloyd, German flag, in 1892 and named Lucania. Bremerhaven-New York service. Completed as H.H. MEIER. Sold to Compania Transatlantica Line, Spanish flag, in 1901 and renamed Manuel Calvo. Barcelona-New York-Caribbean service. Damaged by a mine off Turkey; later repaired and resumed service. Laid up Spanish owners, in 1952 and renamed Drago. Scrapped in Spain in 1958.
  • Census, June 7, 1900, Batavia, Kane, Illinois. picture

    The following Palmquist family members are listed on this page:
    Charles? Palmquist, Head, Born Nov 1862
    Hannah, Wife, Born Oct 1872
    Albert, Son, Born Mar 1895
    George, Son, Born Jan 1897
    Arthur, Son, Born Dec 1898


  • Citizenship: United States, April 6, 1903, the city of Geneva in Kane County, Illinois. picture








  • Census, May 6, 1910, Aurora, Kane, Illinois. picture

    The following Palmquist family members are listed on this page:

    Carl Palmquist, Head, Age 47
    Hannah, Wife, Age 37
    Albert, Son, Age 15
    Arthur, Son, Age 11
    Edwin, Son, Age 9
    Leo, Son, Age 7
    Clifford, Son, Age 4
    Lillie, Daughter, Age 2
    Ruth, Daughter, Age 11/12
  • Census: Wayne, Dupage, Illinois. picture

    The following Palmquist family members are listed on this page:
    Carl Palmquist, Head, Age 47
    Clifford, Son, Age 14
    Lillie, Daughter, Age 12
    Ruth, Daughter, Age 10
    Mabel, Daughter, Age 8
    Harry, Son, Age 5
    Edwin, Son, Age 19
  • Cemetery: River Hills Memorial Park Cemetery: Batavia, Kane, Illinois, USA. picture








  • Obituary: newspaper, after his burial, Illinois. picture









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Carl married Johanna P. "Hannah" COLMAN about 1894 in Södra Ljunga, , Kronobergs Län, Sweden. (Johanna P. "Hannah" COLMAN was born in October 1872 in Södra Ljunga, , Kronobergs Län, Sweden, died in 1917 in Batavia, Kane, Illinois, USA and was buried in Batavia, Kane, Illinois - River Hills Memorial Park.)


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Sources


  1. Illinois Statewide Death Index, 1916–1950,
    PALMQUIST CARL ALFRED M/W UNK 0190333 1928-11-30 DE KALB GENOA TWP 28-12-03.