Forfatter Emne: Looking for descendants of Neble family from Stubbekøbing, Falster, Denmark,  (Læst 73636 gange)

Jane C

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Hej Mia, This explains why Sophus's son Eyvind was at Springfield, Nebraska, when his son Bud was born. Also Sophus F. Neble married, 24 April 1884, Miss Christine Larsen and that she died died 07 August 1900. On 06 December 1901, he married Miss Olivia Hansen of Chicago. Also tells more about his sons. Olivia Hansen's father was part of that radical socialist Danish colony in Kansas (I posted a story). A Mark Hansen started Den Danske Pioneer - relative?

Sophus F. Neble was educated in public schools, learned typesetting and other branches of the printing trade in his native town, and after completing his apprenticeship was employed in the government printing office at Copenhagen. He also learned the dairy business in Denmark. It was with training in both these arts and trades that he arrived in America in 1883. For a time he worked on a farm in Wisconsin, but in the fall of the same year came to Omaha. He began his career with the Den Danske Pioneer as a typesetter, at the end of three months was made foreman, in two years became assistant editor, later chief editor, and since 1887 has been publisher and owner of that newspaper. He has developed a complete printing plant not only for his newspaper but for miscellaneous printing of literature in the Danish language and general printing, and his business is one that covers several of the middle western states. His paper is one with practically a world wide circulation, several thousand copies of every issue going back to Denmark and to other foreign countries. Colonel Neble holds his military title through service, with the rank of colonel, on the staff of several governors in Nebraska. He has long been interested in farming, and the Neble stock farm, located near Springfield, Nebraska, contains several hundred acres and has been pointed out as a model institution of its kind, and which farm was sold by Colonel Neble a few years ago. Colonel Neble has been active in the Democratic party, and several times has been presidential elector on the national ticket. A number of honors have come to him as a leading Danish-American citizen. He delivered the principal address at Danish Day at the Panama Exposition at San Francisco in 1915. He is a member of a number of Danish societies, belongs to the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, B. P. O. Elks, and is a thirty-second degree Scottish Rite Mason and Shriner. Colonel Neble was a director of the Nebraska National Bank until it was sold to the First National of Omaha. He served five years as county commissioner of Douglas County. The Colonel married, April 24, 1884, Miss Christine Larsen. She was born in Denmark and died August 7, 1900. She was the mother of a large family of children, the three to reach mature years being: Sophus F., Jr., who was born at Omaha in 1886, became a lawyer, and has served as state oil and food inspector of Nebraska and is now presiding municipal judge of Omaha; Eyvind, born at Omaha in 1889, at one time was manager of his father's truck farm; and Frances, born in 1894, is the wife of Dr. Glenn Miller, of Omaha. Colonel Neble, on December 6, 1901, married Miss Olivia Hansen, of Chicago.  


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Per Ancestry.com:
Hans Karl Neble
born 07 Sep 1878 Aastrup, [Falsters Sonder], Maribo, Denmark
mother Jochunine Kristiansen
christened 13 okt 1878
Registered for USA draft (World War I) 1914 in St. Croix, Wisconsin - says he's born 07 Sep 1878 in Denmark
Registered for USA draft (World War II) 1941 in Zillah, Washington - says he's born 07 Sep 1878 in Nykjolen, Denmark
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Per Family Search
1900 census Kinnickinnic town, St. Croix, Wisconsin
Hans F Neble born Aug 1838 Denmark Farmer widowed to USA 1867
Christian Neble born Apr 1853 Denmark Married 2 years, to USA 1867, Farmer
Anna O Neble wife born Norway
Stella Neble Aug 1884 Wisconsin
Oscar Neble Apr 1887
Alice Neble Sep 1891
Gertrude Neble  Oct 1896
 
1910
River Falls Ward 3, Pierce, Wisconsin
[= very near to Kinnickinnic, St. Croix, western Wisconsin]
Hans F. Neble 71 to USA 1867
Walter K. Nebel 46
Caroline 44
Clara S 12
Harold S 9
Ray W 2
together with Christian Smith 42, Minnie Smith 36, Marie C Smith 17, Richard H Smith 15, Margaret S Smith 10, Hellen M Smith 9, Julian C Smith 6
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Back to those Nebles in Snohomish, Washington - Those are Ringsebølle Nebles, not Stubbekøbing Nebles, as I know you know, but the father is born at Stubbekjøbing.
 
1880
Maribo, Fuglse, Ringsebølle, Ringsebølle By, Skolen, 1, FT-1880, C9998
Frederik David Neble 62  Gift Husfader, Skolelærer  Stubbekjøbing
Ane Jensine Neble født Kjærsgaard 50  Gift hans Hustru  Rødby
Johan Ludvig Valdemar Neble 11  Ugift deres Barn  Ringsebølle Sogn, Maribo Amt
Carl Emil Gustav Neble 7  Ugift deres Barn  Ringsebølle Sogn, Maribo Amt

In Snohomish County, Washington
18 November 1929
Jens Anton Carl Neble filed declaration of intent to become naturalized US citizen.
He lives at 3430 Broadway, Everett, Snohomish County. He's 5'3" weighs 125 pounds. Tattoo marks on both arms. : D Says he's born in Ringsebølle, Denmark 25 Feb 1865. Not married, no children. Last foreign residence was Swansee, England. Immigrated to the USA from Liverpool, England. Arrived Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 25 August 1920 on the ship Haverford.

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For the record
1880
Christian Henrik Neble and
Elvina Augusta Sophie Neble children in Stubbekobing in 1880:
Fanny Augusta Mathilde 23
Jutta Johanne Frederikke 22
Harald Elvers 21
Einar Christian Frederik Neble 19
Alexander Cumann Neble 18
Emilie Ludviga Eline 15
Harriet Juliette 13
Immanuel Theophorus 9
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with them is Wilhelmmine Bergitte Neble 55 Husfaderens Søster and Henriette Boline Neble 38 Husfaderens Broderdatter

Jane C

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Hi again Mia -

Thanks for the hello and the thanks!  I've run into a few more connections to my family - plus this family is so important to Danish-American history. I am very glad you are putting this together and want to help!

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Hans P. Neble U.S. Passport Application April 1914
says he came to USA on board the Thingvalla (ship) from Copenhagen arrived New York about 09 June 1886. Naturalized citizen in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, 04 November 1899.
"I follow the occupation of Publisher," he writes.
Hans is 5'5-1/2", brown eyes, dark brown hair

And here's Hans P. Neble arriving New York from Copenhagen on 25 JUNE 1886 on the Thingvalla. Am I reading it right that Thora is his wife?

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Another record for this man:
1900 Kinnickinnic town, St. Croix, Wisconsin
Hans F Neble born Aug 1838 Denmark Farmer widowed to USA 1867
Christian Neble b Apr 1853 Denmark Married 2 years, to USA 1867, Farmer
and family...as posted earlier

1910 River Falls Ward 3, Pierce, Wisconsin
Hans F. Neble 71 to USA 1867
etc as posted earlier

1870
Hudson, St.Croix, Wisconsin
Neble family [transcribed as Naple]
Hans 33 b Denmark
Mary 42 b Denmark
Alfred 13 b Denmark
Nodie 8 born Denmark
Huneine 3 born Wisconsin
Matilda 2 born Wisconsin

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Nebraska: the Land and the People: Volume 2
Louis H. Neble was born in Omaha, on the 16th of January, 1890, and is a son of Hans P. Neble, who has long been one of the sterling and honored citizens of Omaha, with the civic and business affairs of which city he and two of his brothers have been prominently identified. Hans P. Neble was born and reared in Denmark, whence he came to the United States and established his residence in Omaha in 1886, he having here continued his home during the long intervening years. He became associated with his brother Sophus in the purchase of the plant and business of the Danish Pioneer, which was here founded in 1872, by Mark Hansen, who was one of the honored Danish pioneers of Nebraska. The Neble brothers thus secured control of the Danish Pioneer in the year 1877, and they have continued to be associated in the ownership and publishing of this excellent weekly paper to the present time, though by reason of impaired health Hans P. Neble has recently withdrawn from the active service that had long been his portion and assigned the management of the business to Louis H. Neble, the immediate subject of this review. A third brother, John L., likewise became connected with the Danish Pioneer, with which he continued his alliance until his death, March 24, 1926, he having served for several years as a member of the Omaha Park Commission.
      Louis H. Neble is a loyal and appreciative citizen of Omaha, where he has continuously maintained his home from the time of his birth to the present and where he is effectively upholding the civic and business prestige of the family name. He was graduated from the Central High School as a member of the class of 1907, and had been a prominent and popular figure in the athletics of the school, especially as a member of its baseball team. After completing his high school course Mr. Neble served a four years' apprenticeship to the jeweler's trade, but this work so affected his vision that he had to abandon the trade. He thus, in 1911, became actively associated with the Danish Pioneer, where he gained practical experience in virtually all departments and details of the business and eventually won advancement to his present offices of vice president, manager and treasurer of the Sophus F. Neble Publishing Company.  Mr. Neble was president of the Danish Brotherhood Bowling League in his native city, and has the further distinction of being president of the Nebraska State Bowling League, also president of the Omaha City Bowling Association, preferments that stand in evidence of his skill in the manipulations of the balls and pins and also indicate his personal popularity in bowling circles. In 1925 Mr. Neble made the highest score in the Danish Bowling League, his best score having been 297 and he having made eleven consecutive strikes on the occasion of his gaining the highest score of the local league. He is an active member of the Omaha Chamber of Commerce, the Ak-Sar-Ben, the Danish Brotherhood, the Omaha Danish Association, and the Council Bluffs Country Club, at the links of which he finds seasonable indulgence in golf. He is a democrat in his political proclivities, and he and his wife are communicants of the Danish Lutheran Church. October 29, 1915, marked the marriage of Mr. Neble and Miss Helen Rossen, who was born and reared in Omaha and whose parents were born in Denmark. Mr. and Mrs. Neble have no children. Mr. Neble was formerly drum-major of the crack band of the Fourth Infantry Regiment of the Nebraska National Guard, and for fifteen years he was the successful and popular leader of the Neble Concert Orchestra. He is a talented musician, and is able to play effectively a large number of varied musical instruments. He has thus been a prominent figure in musical circles in his native city, and takes deep interest in all that tends to advance the “divine art” in his home community.

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Remember Hans F Neble in St. Croix county, Wisconsin, born Aug 1838 in Denmark  to USA 1867?

Here he is in 1880, spelled Nebel.
Nessel, Chisago County, Minnesota [ this is quite close to the other places he lived]
Hans Nebel 41
Maria Nebel 51
Waldemar Nebel 17
Hansina Nebel 13
Matilda Nebel 11

And this could be Waldemar:
1900 - River Falls city, Pierce, Wisconsin [very near St. Croix, Wisconsin]
Walter Neble b September 1862 in Denmark to USA about 1865 - wagonmaker
Caroline Neble wife b March 1866 Wisconsin (parents b Norway)
married 4 years - about 1896 - 2 children, 2 living
Clara S Nebel b October 1897 in Wisconsin
Harold Neble b May 1900 Wisconsin
Carrie S. Olson, servant b Mar 1875 Denmark

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Not quite sure who this is but it's same area - this Walter's father is Samuel Neble, FYI:
1905
Hudson, St. Croix, Wisconsin
Walter Neble 21 b abt 1884 Wisconsin parents born in Denmark
Mary A Neble 22 b Minnesota

Walter Samuel Neble (parents Samuel Neble, Mary Larson)
marries Mary Alvina Montman (parents Rudolph John Montmann and ? Groves)
01 Mar 1905, St. Croix County, Wisconsin
Mary dies and Walter remarries

Walter S. Nebel, 27, widowed, b Hudson, Wisconsin (parents Samuel Nebel and Mary Larson)
marries
Agnes T. Andersen, 22, b abt 1888 in Shell Lake, Wisconsin (parents John Andersen and Mary Erickson)
in
Lewistown, Montana

1920 St. Croix County, Wisconsin
Walter S. Nebel 35, Agnes 32, Everett 14, Lorraine 9, Fern 7, Robert 2 years 6 months, with
Walter's mother
Mary Neble 67 b about 1853 in Denmark

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Hi Jane,

Again thank you.

I'm specially happe for this:

Here on Ancestry.com is the mother - Karen "Carrie" Paulsen Neble - in Omaha in 1900 with son John L. John's job is "manager, newspaper." The name is transcribed as "Noble."

I have searched for Karens dead, but couldn't find it. But offcourse she went to USA with her 3 sons.
Her husband Martin Hans Jørgen Neble died in the war between Germany and Denmark at the big battle april 1864 at Dybbøl. He's body was never found. Karen/Carrie became widow with 3 small children - Sophus b. 1858, Johan/John b.1861 and Hans Peter b. 1863.
Perhaps that's why they all worked so hard to get a good life in USA.

And i'm updating, updating........

Homer - Thank for the information!
You have been given me lots of news specially about Arnold Neble!

You will not hear anything from me for the next 3-4 days.  There are some birthday celebrations and lots of work, - not genealogy, but the kind of work where you earn money :-)
Mia Dahl Gerdrup
slægtsforsker og lokalhistoriker
- med særlig interesse for 4793 Bogø

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Okay, Mia, I won't expect a response until later.

But I'm uploading stuff I found bit by bit....Here's a little more.

John L. Neble born in Denmark and brother to Sophus F. and lived in Omaha
married Angeline Hansen
Angeline's father was Mark Hansen, who started Den Danske Pioneer!

Here they are in
1880
Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska
Mark Hanson 50 b MAY 1830 (per 1900 census) occupation EDITOR
    to USA 1860; married 1864 (per 1900 census)
Anna 37 (Annie Maren Nielsine Nielsen per IGI) (to USA 1857 per 1900 census)
Angelen 9
Andreas 5

In 1900 Mark Hanson, Anna Hanson, and Andy Hansen live in Omaha
next door to
John L. Neble, Angeline, with children Emma, and Mark  - and Carrie age 70 (the mother) Carrie has been in USA 10 years, census says.
In 1894: John L. Neble and Angeline had daughter Anna Karen Neble 31 AUG 1894 in Omaha; she died 23 NOV 1925. Maybe I said that before but I hadn't noticed the middle name.

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Hans P. Neble U.S. Passport Application April 1914
says he came to USA on board the Thingvalla (ship) from Copenhagen arrived New York about 09 June 1886. Naturalized citizen in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, 04 November 1899.
"I follow the occupation of Publisher," he writes.
Hans is 5'5-1/2", brown eyes, dark brown hair

And here's Hans P. Neble arriving New York from Copenhagen on 25 JUNE 1886 on the Thingvalla. Am I reading it right that Thora is his wife?

Thora Rasmussen was not his wife.  A married woman used their husband's surname when emigrating, and were listed as a wife even when not accompanied by their husband.  Thora and children were probably joining a husband and father who had emigrated earlier, as was common then.

Here is Hans' and family in Omaha, including the son Louis who you posted the long bio of:

1900 Omaha, Nebraska  [transcribed as Neph but appears to be Neple]
Hans Neph 35, head, Oct 1864 Denmark, married 11 years, to US 1886, Engineer
Marie Neph 32, wife, Feb 1868 Denmark, 3 children, to US 1896
Louie Neph 10, son, Jan 1890 Nebraska
Harry Neph 8, son, Mar 1892 Nebraska
Martin Neph 5, son, Jun 1894 Nebraska
Sophie Mothim 16, servant, Oct 1883 Nebraska

1910 Omaha, Nebraska
Hans Neble 46 head, Denmark, married 21 years, to US 1884, Proprietor-Newspaper
Marie Neble 41 wife, Denmark, 3 children, to US 1887
Louis Neble 20 son Nebraska
Obe Neble 18 son Nebraska
Maud Neble 15 daughter Nebraska
Edna Thiele 24 neice, Nebraska

1920 Omaha, Nebraska
Hans P Neble 55 Denmark, to US 1885, Newspaper-Print Shop
Rene(?) Neble 50 Denmark, to US 1885
Maud A Neble 25 Nebraska

The youngest children Ove W. born 7 Mar 1892 and Maud Alice born 12 Jun 1894 also applied for passports with their parents in April 1914, Ove listing his occupation as Musician.  They returned to US Sep 1914, on ship Hellig Olav.
Location:  Texas USA
Areas of interest:  Tønder county,  Brede, Daler, and Visby parishes
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=-skow-

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Thanks Homer!

From Ancestry.com - I must have dropped the rest of the citation, don't see it - if you need the citation Mia I'll search for it.

Sophus Neble's "Scurrilous Attacks" on the Danish Royal Family

At one time the Danish paper "Den Danske Pioner," edited by Sophus F. Neble, contained some very scurrilous and scandalous attacks on the royal family of Denmark, particularly on the crown prince, Frederik. A large number of copies of the paper were sent from Omaha, Neb., and distributed broadcast in Denmark.At court they were very much worried and excited over this. In Europe they have what is called the lex magnatum, prohibiting any attack on a royal person. In Europe the king can do no wrong and no criticism whatever is permitted. In the United States there is no lex magnatum and the only way to reach Mr. Neble was for the injured party to bring suit just like any other private individual. The crown prince complained bitterly to Mr. Vedel in the foreign office and requested him to bring the matter to my attention, thinking that the United States government might take the offender to task and punish him. At the request of the crown prince I called on him and heard his tale of woe. I explained to him as well as I could the legal situation, assured him of my sympathy, but did not feel that I could recommend him to institute a personal suit in the American courts, though he doubtless would win an easy victory over 34 his calumniator. "Den Danske Pioner" was excluded from the Danish mails. The copies that arrived were destroyed. After my conference with the crown prince I laid the whole matter before Secretary Thomas F. Bayard in Washington and recommended to him that he write his views on the subject in the form of a personal letter to me, which I might read to the crown prince and then hand it to him to keep. Mr. Bayard acted on my suggestion. In due time I received an eight-page letter on the subject. In this letter Mr. Bayard strongly recommended the crown prince not to go into court; for that he was too exalted a person. He requested me to remind the crown prince that the lightning usually strikes the tallest trees in the forest and that assaults of the kind made by the Omaha editor were among the penalties of greatness. I asked for an audience with the crown prince and got it. I took Bayard's letter with me and read it to him. When I came to the passage about the lightning striking the tallest trees and of the penalties of eminence the crown prince burst into tears and fairly smothered me with his kind words of appreciation of what I had done. He asked me if I would not let him have a copy of that letter. I said: "The original is yours, your royal highness, if you care to keep it." I handed it to him and I am sure he took good care of it, and thus ended the episode.

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I hadn't noticed Beverly before....

1910
Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska
Sophus F 49
Allie 33 [sic]
Sophus 23
Eyvine 19
  Anna 19 Eyvind's wife
Frances E 16


1920
Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska
Sophus 60 [senior - b abt 1860]
Olivia 43
Frances 26
Beverly 4 years 2 months

1920
Ivan Neble [ = Eyvind] 39 married
Marie 40
Vivia 16
Eyvind J 10 [= "Bud"]

Jane C

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Some more records for descendants of this John Ludvig Valdemar Neble discussed earlier:

1880
Maribo, Fuglse, Ringsebølle, Ringsebølle By, Skolen, 1, FT-1880, C9998
 Frederik David Neble 62 Gift Husfader, Skolelærer Stubbekjøbing A
Ane Jensine Neble født Kjærsgaard 50 Gift hans Hustru Rødby
Johan Ludvig Valdemar Neble 11 Ugift deres Barn Ringsebølle Sogn, Maribo Amt
Carl Emil Gustav Neble 7 Ugift deres Barn Ringsebølle Sogn, Maribo Amt

Family Search - 1900 marriage record
Walter Neble, 31, b abt 1869 Denmark (father Fred David Neble, mother Signe Kiarsgood = Ane Jensine Neble født Kjærsgaard)
MARRIES on 08 December 1900 Grand Rapids, Kent, Michigan
Sena Bock (= Cena), 18 (her parents John J. Bock and Anna Nelson)
b abt 1882 Denmark
 
1900 Springwells, Wayne, Michigan, USA
Walter Neble, boarder, 32, f. Nov 1867 Denmark, single, to USA 1886, iron molder

1900 - Walker township, north side, Kent, Michigan
John J Back b Mar 1859 Denmark
Anna W Back b Oct 1854 Denmark
Cena C Back b May 1883 Denmark immigrated 1885
Ella born May 1883 Denmark [twins]
John J. Back b Dec 1875 Denmark
Dagmar Back b Feb 1890 Michigan - became a Gospel Worker, Church of God, 1910 in Seattle

1910 Welangdon, Snohomish, Washington
Walter J. L. Nable 42, born Denmark to USA 1886, ironworks molder
Lina C. Nable wife 26 immigrated 1889 - has had 4 children, 4 are living
Helen 7 born in Michigan
Alfred D. Nable 4 born in Washington
Irene D. 2 years 11 months born in Washington
Erna L. 1 year

On the same page of census - John J. Bock, farmer, and wife Anna

1920 East Everett, Snohomish, Washington
J. L. Walter Neble  b. Denmark divorced to USA 1886, ironworks molder
Alfred David Neble 14 (1906) 
     [Alfred b 20 July 1905 Snohomish, Washington; d Jan 1981 Marysville, Snohomish, Washington]
Irene 12 b. Washington
     [Irene b April 21, 1907; d January 31, 2002]
Emma 10 b. Washington
     [ = Erna b. April 4, 1909; d Oct. 24, 2007]
Ella 5 or 8? b. Washington
     [Ella b Sept 7, 1911; d Dec 21, 2001]

[+ Annette Julia Neble b April 13, 1915 d May 17, 2005 married name Carlson - not in this census record]

1920 Everett, Snohomish, Washington
Ceana Neble, sister-in-law, divorced, 36, b 1884 Denmark living with
Dagmar (her sister), 30, born in Michigan
and Dagmar's husband Ray Faulkner. Year of immigration to the United States -1909 [sic]

1920 Sunnyside, Snohomish, Washington
John Bock 60
Anna Bock 64
Helen Neble, 17, b Michigan, granddaughter [married name Nyman]

1930 Everett, Snohomish, Washington
- name transcribed as NOBLE but it looks like NEBLE to me on the original
Walter L. Neble 62, b about 1868 in Denmark, ironworks molder
Erna Neble 21, born about 1909 (= Erna Leona)

1930 East Nob Hill, Yakima, Washington
Arthur Monson 23
Irene D Monson 22 [= Irene Neble]
Arthur A Monson 2

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I've omitted survivor info except for original family - can be found online elsewhere:

OBITUARY Irene Monson (April 21, 1907- January 31, 2002). Born to Walter and Cena Neble in Everett, WA. Irene was preceded in death by her husband Arthur in 1962 and son, Arthur "Bud" Monson in 1998, daughter-in-law Shirley Monson in 1996, a sister, Helen Nyman, brother, Alfred Neble and sister Ellen Neble. Survived by 2 daughters, 11 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. She also is survived by two sisters; Anet Carlson and Erna Holst. Irene lived all her life in the East Everett area. She took on the role of caregiver at the age of 11, living in a motherless home where she was responsible for the care of her two younger sisters and brother and the domestic duties in the home. She continued in this role for the remainder of her life, willing and ready to help whenever needed.
 
OBITUARY Erna Leona (Neble) Holst. (April 4, 1909-Oct. 24, 2007). Erna L. Holst passed away on Wednesday, October 24, 2007, at the age of 98. She was a lifelong resident of Everett....Erna was preceded in death by her husband, Oscar Holst; daughter, Cena Vienola; son, Eric Holst; and her siblings, Alfred Neble, Helen Nyman, Irene Monson, Ellen Neble, and Annette Carlson. She is survived by 3 grandchildren; a great-grandson; a son-in-law....Burial October 29, at Evergreen Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, her family suggests contributions be made in her memory to the Everett Gospel Mission or charity of your choosing. Published in The Herald (Everett) from 10/27/2007

OBITUARY Ella Neble (1911-2001) Ella Neble died December 21, 2001 at a local hospital. She was born in Everett on September 7, 1911. She retired from the phone company after working locally and in Hawaii for several years. She was preceded in death by her father Walter; mother Cena; sister Helen Nyman; and brother Alfred Neble. She is survived by sisters, Irene Monson, Erna Holst, and Annette Carlson. Published Tuesday, January 1, 2002.

OBITUARY Annette Julia (Neble) Carlson (April 13, 1915-May 17, 2005). Annette was born in Everett, Washington, the sixth child of Walter and Cena Neble. When she was young she moved with her mother to Pysht on the Olympic Peninsula.She graduated from Clallam Bay High School in 1933. After graduation she came back to the area to be with her siblings. She met and married Cecil Carlson in 1936. Her husband, Cecil; daughter, Karen; sisters, Helen, Irene, and Ella; and her brother, Alfred preceded her in death. [Survivors info omitted]...She had a beautiful flower and vegetable garden. Our uncle told us they named our street Roseway after my mother's garden.She was 54 when her husband died. excerpted from the Daily Herald from 5/20/2005.

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from the Omaha, Nebraska Nebles

OBITUARY ANN HANSEN (1925-2009). Ann Karen Hansen, 84, a homemaker, of Las Vegas, passed away Dec. 20, 2009. She was born Aug. 21, 1925, in Omaha, Neb., and was a 27-year resident of Nevada. Ann was raised by Mark and Louis Neble in Omaha. They moved to California in 1935. Ann attended Hollywood High and married Harold Hansen April 1, 1945, when she was 19. Their marriage lasted 60 years. She worked at her husband's small business from 1961 to 1975. They raised their three children in Van Nuys, Calif., then moved to Las Vegas in 1982. They especially loved Kona, Hawaii, where they own a condominium. Ann was preceded in death by her husband, Harold Hansen, who passed away March 10, 2005. [Survivor info omitted] excerpt from Las Vegas Review-Journal on December 24, 2009
 

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Paul Ove Neble born 10 December 1922 died 06 May 1989

enlisted US Navy 28 February 1941 release date 01 March 1947

wife Florence born 13 May 1901

Daughter Andrea (see her in earlier post)

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Hans Frederich Nebel in western Wisconsin, eastern Minnesota, in USA
He lives just east or just west of the St. Croix River.

Family search christening record - October
1900 US census says Hans is born AUG 1838.

1840
Præstø, Tybjerg, Herlufmagle, Herlufmagle Bye, et Huus, 31, FT-1840, C6925
Jens Nebel 31 smed
Maren Jacobsdatter 33
Ole Christian Nebel 6
Hans Frederich Nebel 2
Johanne Marie Nebel 1
Christian Frederich Kjøbenhavn 5 foster child
Frederich Pedersen 17 Smededreng

ddd.dda.dk emigration record traveling
24 AUGUST 1903
Nebel, Hans, 66 Gårdmand
Address Hudson [ = Hudson, St. Croix, Wisconsin, USA]
born in Herlufmagle [ = Præstø, Tybjerg, Herlufmagle, Herlufmagle Bye]
Traveling on the Hellig Olav

Hans F. Nebel immigrated about 1867.

1870
Hudson, St.Croix, Wisconsin
     Neble family [transcribed as Naple]
Hans 33 b Denmark about 1837
Mary 42 b Denmark
Christ 19 b Denmark about 1851
Alfred 13 b abt 1857 Denmark
Nodie 8 born Denmark [= Walter/Waldemar?]
Hansine 3 born Wisconsin
Matilda 2 born Wisconsin

1875 census Nessel Township, Chisago County, Minnesota
H. F. Nabel 38 (= Hans F. Nebel) born Denmark
Anna 46
Albert 18 born abt 1857 Denmark
Nodie 12 born Denmark [must be Waldemar?]
Illegible Name 8 born abt 1867 Wisconsin = Hansina
Matilda 7 born Wisconsin

1880 Nessel, Chisago, Minnesota
Hans Nebel 41 b abt 1839 in Denmark farmer
Maria 51 his wife b abt 1829 in Denmark
Waldemar 17 born about 1863 in Denmark works on farm
Hansina 13 born abt 1867 in Wisconsin
Matilda 11 born about 1869 in Wisconsin

1885 Minnesota Census
Town of Nessel, Chisago, Minnesota
P.O. Rush Point
H. F. Nabel 47 b abt 1838 in Denmark
Anna M. Nabel 57 his wife b Denmark
Matilda Nabel 17 b in Minnesota
 
Hans F. "Nabel" [sic] became a naturalized U.S. citizen in Chisago County, Minnesota.
 
1888 Land ownership record
Given Name:H. F.
Surname:Nabel
Book:CHISAGO CO. PLAT
Year:1888
Town:Nessel
Section:5
 
by 1900 Anna Marie has died and Hans goes to live with son Christian across the river in Wisconsin.
 
1900 census Kinnickinnic town, St. Croix, Wisconsin
Christian Neble born Apr 1853 Denmark Married 2 years, to USA 1867, Farmer - son to Hans F. Neble
Anna O Neble 37 wife to Christian born Norway
Stella Neble Aug 1884 Wisconsin
Oscar Neble Apr 1887
Alice Neble Sep 1891
Gertrude Neble  Oct 1896
Hans F Neble born Aug 1838 Denmark Farmer WIDOWED to USA 1867 - father to Christian
In 1910 Hans F. is living with son Waldemar/Walter
 
1910
River Falls Ward 3, Pierce, Wisconsin
[= very near to Kinnickinnic, St. Croix, western Wisconsin]
Hans F. Neble 71 to USA 1867
Walter K. Nebel 46 (= Waldemar) born about 1864
Caroline 44
Clara S 12
Harold S 9
Ray W 2
together with Christian Smith 42, Minnie Smith 36, Marie C Smith 17, Richard H Smith 15, Margaret S Smith 10, Hellen M Smith 9, Julian C Smith 6
 
Find-A-Grave entry: Hans F. Nebel b 1836 d. 1911  
buried Greenwood Cemetery, River Falls, St. Croix, Wisconsin, USA


http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Nebel&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSst=51&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=70004860&df=all&
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Albert, Son to Hans F. Nebel
Merchant in Danewood

Find-a-Grave
Sophus Albert Nebel b. 1857 died 10 Nov 1943 Isanti County, Minnesota
married Carolina E. Erickson (or Johnson) 1863-1941
Buried Danewood Cemetery, Braham, Chisago, Minnesota

1880 US census
River Falls, Pierce County, Wisconsin
S. A. Nebel, 23, single, born in Denmark, attending school

21 April 1893 daughter Emma Nebel born (per the family - found in online post for Emma Nebel Grell Rumpel). Emma's mother = Minnie Gutzkow b. abt 1875 died 11 APRIL 1930, Isanti County, Minnesota. Married Gustav Grell. Gutzkow family in Nessel, Chisago, Minnesota.

1895 village of Nessel, Chisago, Minnesota
Rush Point Post Office
S. A. Nabel, 38, b. in Denmark, general merchant
Carolina, 31 b in Sweden
Fred A. Nabel 9 b abt 1886 in Dakota Territory
Walter H. Nabel 6 b in Minnesota
Elsa age 3, born May 1892 in Minnesota [married Charles Jackson]
Ollie, also age 3 [twins], [married name Hoverson]

1900 Nessel, Chisago, Minnesota
Caroline Nebel, head, no ALBERT with Fred, Herry, Elsie, Ale [as transcribed]

1900
Royalton, Pine, Minnesota
Gustave Grell 31 - they have been married 3 years
Minnie Grell 25
Emma Grell 8 STEP-DAUGHTER to Gustave - [= Emma Neble born about 1892]
Annie Grell 2
Frank Grell 1

1910
Albert S. Nebel 52 general merchant
Carolina Nebel 46
Harry 21
Elsie 17
Ollie 17

1920 Braham, Isanti, Minnesota
S.A. Nebel, Carolina, and Elsie

Minnesota Place Names by Warren Upham
"Danewood is a village nestled in Nessel Township; it began in 1870 with a sawmill, two creameries, and a post office 1882-1902, with Sophus Albert Nebel, postmaster, general store owner, justice, and secretary of the telephone company.
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Fred Nebel, son of Sophus Albert Nebel

World War I Draft Card
NAME: Fred Albert Nebel Born 01 Jul 1885 Married to Mrs. Fred Nebel
Mechanic, Living in Braham, Isanti, Minnesota

1910
Norwood, Carver, Minnesota
Fred Nebel 24
Hadena Nebel 22 [ = Hadena Erickson]

1920
Braham, Isanti, Minnesota
Fred A. Nebel 34
Hadena Nebel 32
Jerold Nebel 9
Claribel Nebel 7
Lucile Nebel 5
Carl Nebel 3 1/2
plus two roomers

1930
Braham, Isanti, Minnesota
Fred Nabel 44
Hadena Nabel 42
Geraold A. Nabel 19
Clarabelle A. Nabel 17
Lucille A. Nabel 15
Carie B. Nabel 13
Harriet B. Nabel 9
Paul W. Nabel 1 year 2 months

Minnesota Death Index
Fred Albert Nebel
Born 01 July 1885 Dakota
Died 23 Jan 1964 Isanti County
Mother's maiden name Erickson

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S. A. Nebel married Caroline Erickson [= Sophus Albert Nebel]
15 July 1884 in Meeker County, Minnesota
Link:
http://www.mncounty.com/Modules/Certificates/Marriage/MarriageSearch.aspx?county=&by=2&lastname=Nebel&firstname

Hmm... the link above isn't working when I paste it - but you can use it to search and find S.A. Nebel

Their son Fred Nebel married Hadena Erickson - married 26 September 1909 in Isanti County, Minnesota, per Minnesota Marriage Index
birth of children
Link:
http://people.mnhs.org/bci/Results.cfm
Jerrold Arnold Nebel b. 09 December 1910 in Carver County, Minnesota
Clarabelle A. Nebel b. abt 1913 - I didn't find birth record
Lucille Nebel b. abt 1915 - didn't find birth record
Harriet Bernice Nebel b. 15 Nov 1920 in Isanti County, Minnesota
Paul Warren Nebel b. 21 November 1928 in Isanti County, Minnesota
Frederick Arnold Nebel b. 05 June 1932 in Isanti County, Minnesota
 
Marriage records
Link:
http://www.mncounty.com/Modules/Certificates/Marriage/MarriageSearch.aspx?county=&by=&lastname=Nebel&firstname=&from=&to=
 
Paul Warren Nebel married Lola Joyce Nelson on 06 June 1953 in Isanti County. He has an education as an electrical engineer and Lola is well-known in her Minnesota town for her pie baking. See Google search.

Clarabelle A. Nebel married Herbert C. Carlson 07 June 1934 in Isanti County
 
Harriet Bernice Nebel married Dean R. Skjod on 09 October 1943 - buried at Danewood Cemetery, Braham, Isanti, Minnesota
Dean Roland Skjod born 07 September 1918 died 02 February 2010

Frederick Arnold Nebel b. 1932 married Margaret Pauline Guernsey 09 October 1954 in Hennepin County, Minnesota.

Jerrold Nebel b. 09 Dec 1910  d. 27 April 1980 Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota
[per Minnesota Birth Index; Minnesota Death index]
Jerrold Nebel married Elsie Splettstoeszer on 28 August 1934 in Isanti County, Minnesota
Elsie Splettstoeszer born 17 November 1906 Minnesota- died 1970 Minnesota, see Find-A-Grave)
 
1930 US census [as found on Ancestry.com]
Stanchfield, Isanti, Minnesota
Emil Spletloser 71 [ = Splettstoeszer]
Mime Spletloser 65
Elsie Spletloser 22
 
1920 the Splettstoeszer family lived in Carver County, Minnesota
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Remember this family?
Frederik David NEBLE and Ane Jensine KJERSGAARD
 1880
Maribo, Fuglse, Ringsebølle, Ringsebølle By, Skolen, 1, FT-1880, C9998
Frederik David Neble 62  Gift Husfader, Skolelærer  Stubbekjøbing
Ane Jensine Neble født Kjærsgaard 50  Gift hans Hustru  Rødby
Johan Ludvig Valdemar Neble 11  Ugift deres Barn  Ringsebølle Sogn, Maribo Amt
Carl Emil Gustav Neble 7  Ugift deres Barn  Ringsebølle Sogn, Maribo Amt

Their son: Carl Emil Gustov NEBLE born 20 May 1872, christened 30 Aug 1872, Ringsebolle, Maribo, Denmark
 
Minnesota Death Index lists
Carl Emil Neble born 1873 died 19 May 1942 in Duluth, St. Louis, Minnesota, USA
Parents Frederick J. Neble,​ Jensine Kjersgaard

So Carl Emil did come to USA. His brother Johan's Valdemar (= Walter) family is in Michigan and then in Washington state.

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Fred Albert Nebel born 01 July 1885 died 23 January 1964 Isanti County, Minnesota
Hadena E. Nebel born 30 July 1887 died 29 January 1986 in Isanti County Minnesota
per Minnesota Historical Society (Death Index)
 
Caroline Nebel died 24 December 1941 Isanti County, Minnesota (wife of Sophus Albert)
http://people.mnhs.org/dci/Results.cfm?CFID=10342504&CFTOKEN=44654071
 
1911 Walter Harry Nebel of Braham, Isanti, Minnesota, graduated from the University of Minnesota in Hennepin County, Minnesota, with a degree in electrical engineering. (found with Google) Walter is the son of Sophus Albert Nebel and Carolina Erickson.
 
A Walter Nebel died 28 February 1927 in Hennepin County, Minnesota (Minnesota Historical Society)

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Now it's been over a month since hearing from you Mia! Hope all is well. Know that we're interested in your progress. Phone home!  ;)

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Hej Mia

Jeg har ikke oplysninger om efterkommere i USA, men da min tipoldefars søster i 1899 blev gift med en købmand i Stubbekøbing, Charles Franziscus Neble, har jeg nogle oplysninger om denne del af Neble-slægten. Lad mig vide hvis du er interesseret.

English translation, if anybody should be interested in the part of the Neble family who stayed in Denmark:

I don't have any information about descendants in the US, but as my great great grandfathers sister was married to a grocer named Charles Franziscus Neble from Stubbekøbing in 1899, I have some informations about this part of the family. Let me hear from you if you are interested.
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Forsker pt. i slægten Jog fra det sydvestlige Lolland. Dertil søges altid oplysninger om glarmestre/rakkere på Lolland og Sjælland.

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Dear all of you!
I've been sick,  - which means I have to work extra now - real work, not genealogy.

While I was sick I didn't check this website for any news.
And additionally, I have not received any mail from this web about your answers. Which I should have......

I'm sorry, but now I've read all your new posts.
So many news and exciting information.
Once again I'll try to update the family three.
It's very overwhelming.
Thanks to all!
Sorry,- it took so long.
Mia Dahl Gerdrup
slægtsforsker og lokalhistoriker
- med særlig interesse for 4793 Bogø

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That's fine Mia - no worries. Glad you are better.

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My great grandfather was sea captain Hemming Peter Nielsen (born in Stubbekoebing 1829), married to Elise Hansine, maiden name Neble (born in Stubbekoebing 1836). They had 2 sons, Waldemar Nielsen born 1873 (my grandfather) and Oscar Nielsen born 1875.
Hemming and Elise lived in Moellegade in Stubbekoebing and Hemming sailed on his schooner "Dorthea" of Stubbekoebing.
Do any of you know about my family tree?

Regards,
Helge Nordstrand Nielsen
Horsens, Denmark

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Hi Helge,

This looks like your family in 1880 - is that right? Some on my family tree were neighbors. : D

1880
Maribo, Falsters Nørre, Stubbekøbing Købstad, Grønnegade, matr. nr. 40, 50 F2, FT-1880, D4096
Hemming Nielsen 51 Gift Skibsfører, Husfader born in Stubbekjøbing
Hansine Elise Nielsen 44 Gift hans Kone born in Stubbekjøbing
Mathilde Nielsen 16 Ugift deres Barn born in Stubbekjøbing
Niels Christian Nielsen 14 Ugift deres Barn born in Stubbekjøbing
Valdemar Emil Nielsen 6 Ugift deres Barn born in Stubbekjøbing
Jens Oscar Nielsen 1 Ugift deres Barn born in Stubbekjøbing

Did you want help working on your family tree?

I bet Mia would love to hear from you.

Mvh
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