Forfatter Emne: Looking for descendants of Neble family from Stubbekøbing, Falster, Denmark,  (Læst 74296 gange)

Mia Gerdrup

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This page is normaly used to seek for danish ancestors.
With this I will try to use it to find descendants in US.

The Neble family lived for generations i Stubbekøbing, Falster, Denmark.
Neble's became at big familiy, - many of them shoemakers, or other craftsmen.
About 1880 -1905 many family members went to USA, - among them Sophus Neble, who became editor af "The Danish Pioneer".

I'm working on a family tree for the Neble-family, and I would like to get in contact with decendants in US.

My own connection to the family: my g-g-g-grandfathers sister married af Neble in 1811.

I have looked on FamilySearch, Ellis Island and US census, and have found some Neble's. But it's at bit difficult, becouse some Neble's change their danish birthname to something "american". Often the birth year isn't exactly.

I would be happy to get in touch with anyone who knows about any Neble from Denmark now living in US.
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Boline Sophie Neble (b. 10 OCT 1849) and husband Martin Cornelius Jensen (a ship's captain) lived at Vestergade 23 from 1890-1923 I believe; the property I think was previously owned by John Neble and occupied by Jens Peter Neble (Boline Sophie's father I think), shoemaker. Does this sound familiar? Is it correct??? Martin Jensen is the brother to my great-great grandfather's first wife (not my ancestor), Maren Bodil Eline Jensen (1846-1887). This couple also lived on Vestergade in Stubbekøbing.

I could tell you about Maren's descendants in the USA - but unfortunately they are not Nebles.

At least now you have one hello! from America.

Nice to meet you!

Mvh

P.S. Martin Cornelius Jensen and Boline Neble on GENI:
http://www.geni.com/people/Martin-Cornelius-Jensen/3938776928670037634
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Jane C

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Sophus Neble b 15 DEC 1859 in Stubbekobing lived in Omaha, Nebraska, USA.

1900 Census Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska
Sophus Neble 40 immigrated 1883
Christine Neble 36 married 1884
Sophus Neble 13
Eywin Neble 8
Francis Neble 6
Elsie Christiansen 19

Along with Sophus Frederick Nebel's considerable accomplishments, the achievement of John Neble of Omaha are also noted in a book of Omaha history - were they were brothers?

http://books.google.com/books?id=CToWAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA228&lpg=PA228&dq=Sophus+Neble+in+Omaha+Nebraska&source=bl&ots=LK6-2lc4jd&sig=alM1noChBzA8zQuMqB76ij1uej4&hl=en&ei=yDekTrX1MfGlsQLKu6CeBQ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=3&sqi=2&ved=0CCsQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q=Neble&f=false
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Jane C

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A lead worth investigating - There was a John L. Neble who was a judge in Omaha.
He married Angeline Hansen 15 MAY 1871 in Nebraska.
CHILDREN:
Anne Neble born 1894 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska
Mark Neble born 4 AUG 1896 in Nebraska

My only source for this is an online tree:
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=shanahan1&id=I2748

THe Danish Brotherhood website lists John L. Neble died 17 March 1926 age 65 in USA and was born in Stubbekobing.

Beside John on the list is Louis H. Neble who died 15 October 1960 age 70 born in Omaha Nebraska.

Beside Louis is our same Sophus F. Neble died 09 Jan 1931 born in Stubbekobing.

The link:
http://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=cache:hvN_qSLg868J:www.dkmuseum.org/fhgc/resources/DB_deaths-N.pdf+John+Neble+in+Omaha,+Nebraska&hl=en&gl=us&pid=bl&srcid=ADGEESjI66bbO-kTvOhgbV9UxcIx7Wis6enhYuBEuynu3VdCeF9d1K4bAr_D7rQ13UaglLdLRyQYnuOC5fpc8GO4KISF7FessAxNS4EMWnvhQOlHbLkLmRcb3wFMc5njmRwSNBcPdTZZ&sig=AHIEtbT4-PUJpu8OlTAmvDXFNFoP3y93Jg
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Jane C

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Parenets of Sophus Neble were Martin and Karen (Poulsen) Neble.

Same parents for John Louis Neble - so they were brothers, per IGI.
per IGI, John Louis Neble was born 16 JAN 1861 in Stubbekjobing, , , Denmark, died 17 MAR 1926   Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska, buried 21 March.
 
Daughter to Sophus Neble, Frances, married Dr. Glen Miller in Omaha, per online biography of Sophus F. Neble. By the say Sophus senior was married twice.

Son Eywind Neble was born 10 Aug 1890 and died in Nebraska Mar 1965 (SSDI)

Sophus F. Neble traveled back to Denmark in 1895, with son Sophus, age 10; record on Ancestry.com
The son Sophus F. Neble (junior) born 08 October 1886 in Nebraska died in Los Angeles, California, 07 Aug 1970 per record on Ancestry.com
The whole family went to Denmark in 1906 (Sophus, Olivia, Sophus, Eywind, Frances). Per Ellis Island record:

http://www.ellisisland.org/shipping/FormatTripPass.asp?sship=United%20States&BN=P00227-8&lineshipid=925&shipid=
 
In 1910 census in Omaha Sophus junior is married to Anna, age 19.
per social security death index (SSDI) an Anna Neble dies Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, 14 March 1993; she was born 5 Oct 1893.
In 1930 census in Omaha, Sophus (junior) and Anna have a daughter Dorothy age 19 (born about 1911).
Dorothy Neble born 28 Sep 1910 died 26 Apr 2007 in Los Angeles; her social security number was issued in Nebraska. So maybe Dorothy never married.  

Per IGI a Hans Neble married Mathilde Johanne Rehne 09 FEB 1889 in Douglas County, Nebraska.
A U.S. passport application 10 Apr 1914 for Hans P. Neble says he's born in Stubbekobing, Denmark, 08 October 1863. Spouse Marie. In 1930 he was on a ship (the Amerika) that departed Copenhagen and arrived Los Angeles, California 12 September. He's with Marie, says he was naturalized in Omaha Nebraska 1891, and now lives at 522 Avondale Avenue, Brentwood Heights Station, Los Angeles.
In 1930 census in Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska Hans P. Neble has a daughter Maude A.

Maude Alice Neble born 12 Jun 1894 in Omaha and lives in Omaha 1914 applies for a passport 10 Apr 1914 - same as her dad.

I think the Nebles in Brooklyn, New York, are also a good bet as a lot of people from Stubbekobing area are there.
 
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Jane C

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Hi again - one more note!

You say: "Many Nebles went to the USA..."

If you know their names, would be good to list them now.

I'm assuming you have much (or some) of what I've entered above - but can help forum members to help you.

Okay, that's it for now! :D
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Okay, one more thing:
Hans P. Neble 1900 Omaha Nebraska
with wife Marie and Louie 10, Harry 8, Martin 5

Hans P. Neble 1910 Omaha Nebraska
Hans 46, Marie 41, Louise 20, Obe 18 [= Ove], Maud 15 and Edna Thiels, niece

Hans P. Neble age 50 of Omaha
Arriving port of New York 02 September 1914 aboard the ship Hellig Olav with
Marie Neble 45
Maud Neble 20
Ove W. Neble 20


1930 Census
Inglewood, Los Angeles, California
Ove W. Neble 38 born 7 Mar 1892 in Nebraska died Dec 1975 in Long Beach, Los Angeles, California
wife Helen Bernice Neble 32
Marie J. Neble 12
Ove PAUL Neble 7

Online post:
My mother is Florence Neble, wife of Paul Neble, son of Ove and Bernice Neble. Florence is till very much alive. I have many family photos of the Nebles and a few paintings, including a wonderful self portrait of a handsome dark eyed man who resembles my father. The painiting is signed Neble and is dated 1916. I am very curious about my family and there is no one left to tell me much about them. I would love to have contact with anyone who knew my grandparents or great-grandparents or assorted great uncles or aunts. - submitted by andrea neble cook on 05/14/2011

Florence Neble
Florence Marie Neble was born March 8, 1921 and passed away May 29, 2011. She is survived by her daughter, Andrea Cook; son, Jeff Neble (and wife, Karlene); grandchildren, Michael Neble, Tobias Armstrong, Joshua Armstrong (and wife, Stefanie), Rhyan Neble and Karie Bailey (and husband, Chris); and great-grandchildren, Amelia Fae and Sylvi Rae. A memorial service will be held on June 18, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Bartholomew Catholic Church located at 5100 E. Broadway, Long Beach, CA 90803. A reception will follow in the Social Hall. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the California Elder Mental Health and Aging Coalition at 2074 Ridgeline Ave., Vista, CA 92081. Please sign the guestbook for Florence at www.presstelegram.com/obits.
Long Beach Press-Telegram [= Long Beach, Los Angeles, California]

http://www.faqs.org/people-search/neble/
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Jane C

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Oops - meant this to go in last post -
So this last poster (living, a daughter of Florence and Paul Neble), is a descendant of

Hans Peter Andreas Neble
christened 03 JAN 1864 in Stubbekobing, Maribo, Denmark
his parents are Martin Hans Jorgen Neble and Karen Paulsen.

Hans is a brother to Sophus Frederik Neble (the author and publisher) and John Louis Neble (the judge).
The brothers all immigrated and lived in Omaha, Nebraska, and their descendants are in part found in Los Angeles, California, area.

An amazing family.

Son of John L Neble, Mark Martin Neble, was born 4 Aug 1896 in Nebraska and died 5 Apr 1959 in Los Angeles, mother maiden name Hansen ( = Angeline Hansen) - from Ancestry.com California Death Index plus census records in Omaha.

Daughter of John L. Neble and Angeline Hansen, Ann Neble, was born in Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska, USA in 1894. Ann married a Johnson, a Leo Joseph Rush (had son John Neble Rush), and a Slayton P La Due. Died 23 Nov 1925 in Omaha. Per Ancestry.com family tree - records not checked.

John Neble Rush born in New York, USA 23 Dec 1914 to Leo Joseph Rush and Ann Neble. Died 07 Mar 1973 in Long Beach, Los Angeles, California. per Ancestry.com family tree - didn't check the records.
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Christian Christiansen arrived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on 22 April 1907, aboard the Friesland.  He was going to his uncle, Sophus Neble in Omaha, Nebraska.  Image attached.

mvh
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Jane C

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Thanks Paul! and the upload worked. : D

I have to stop - this family is just so interesting!

Angeline Hansen married John L. Neble (judge in Omaha) September 1893.
from Wikipedia:
The Angeline Hanson Neble House is located at 2752 South 10th Street in South Omaha, Nebraska. Built in 1894 in the French Second Empire style, the house was designated an Omaha Landmark on November 18, 1980. It is one of very few examples of the French Second Empire style remaining in Omaha today.

Image attached.

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Source:
Register til personalhistorier af prominente danskere i USA, 1916 og 1917

Neble, Harald   born 19 Oct 1858 Stubbekøbing metal-modelmager  lived in Stamford, Conn. [died 1917 in Stamford]

Neble, John L. 16 Jan 1861 Stubbekøbing bestyrer lived in Omaha, Neb. [= Johan Louis Nicolai Neble]

Neble, S F 8 Oct 1886 sagfører lived in Omaha, Neb.

Neble, Sophus F 15 Dec 1859 Stubbekøbing redaktør lived in Omaha, Neb. [Sophus Martinus Frederik Neble]

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Hi,

Found in the index of the Danish "Krak Blue Book" (Krak Blå Bog) Sophus R. Neble mentioned, editor, born 15 Dec 1858 - died 8 Jan 1931, which means that you will be able to read about him in the 1930 edition.

Lissa

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Thank you so very much!

To Lisa - I will look at the "blå bog".

To Jane - so many new information, thanks!

The List of Neble's who went to US (what I know!):
Sophus Neble - the person I know most about. He were often in Denmark on holiday. He was a well known person in Denmark, and its possible to follow him by reading the local newpapers. I have seen newpaper articels such as: "Mr. Sophus Neble has now left New York and his expected to arrive in Denmark..." - a little bit like gossip.

Other Neble's who left for USA:
Alexander Neble, - according to FamilySearch he died 1911 and left wife Christina and 3 children. What happened, - and what about the widow and children?

Hans Peter and John L.(in Denmark Johan Louis) are brothers to Sophus - but the informations
about there wife's and children are new.

Harald Neble - Him I had found.

At FamilySearch there's a Walter Nebel - Perhaps he's alias Johan Ludvig Valdemar Neble, born 1868 in Denmark? Walter wore married and divorced to Sena ? Children Alfred, Irene, Emma og Ella.

and Poul Eggert Neble?

Rita Neble?

The problem is - I really don't know exactly which of the Neble who left Denmark......

And yes - I know about Boline Sophie Neble and Martin Cornelius. Perhaps I should send a mail about their history?

To Paul - Christian Christiansen - He's a mystery. More work - but thank you.

It's late here in Denmark, - i'l stop for now.
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Hi Mia -

okay is this the Alexander you mean? per Family Search:

Alexander Cumann Neble
b 24 Sep 1861 in , STUBBEKOBING, MARIBO, DENMARK
Father Christian Henrik Neble; mother Elvina Augusta Sophie Cumann
maybe this Alexander died?

1900 in New York City is Alexander Neble b Nov 1871 Denmark; spouse Christina (born 1877 in Denmark); child Elvina - thus this seems like he should be the son of Elvina Augusta Sophie Cumann

1910 in Brooklyn its Alexander 39 and Christina 33 with Alvina 11, Lillian 7, and Agnes Neble 2.

Okay, so this is fitting with what you said. :"D

Alexander Neble 1905 going back to US after trip to Denmark w wife Christine and daughters Elvina, Lillian. Lillian is just ten months old. I guess they will show the babies to the family at home! The Nebles live at 411 Hays Street, Brooklyn, King's County, New York. - Ancestry.com

Alexander I. Neble 1911 estate in probate, King's County.

In 1920 Christina, 41, is still in Brooklyn with her three girls. They live at 265 Grand Avenue. They have two lodgers with them - William and Bernard Schnurr of Austria. Christina is a nurse in private practice. Elvina, age 20, is a stenographer for an insurance company. Lillian, 16, and Agnes, 11, don't work.

Don't see just now what became of them beyond that...will take more looking. Maybe the above will help you find more.

Sometimes a widow will go home to Denmark.

Here's are some Nebel households in Brooklyn, of German extraction (the ones I've checked)
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Jane C

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I didn't realize Sophus Neble was so radical...
Don't Stop the Press article:
http://goliath.ecnext.com/coms2/gi_0199-3946709/Don-t-stop-the-press.html


http://www.kshs.org/p/kansas-historical-collections-scandinavians/13742
Kansas Historical Collections
Excerpt from an article written 1928 by Thomas Peter Christensen (whole article at link above)
An interesting Danish colonization project was the ill-starred and short-lived Socialist colony near Hays City, in Ellis county. It was begun and ended in 1877. The leaders were Louis Albert Francois Pio, Paul Geleff, and W. A. Hansen.[7] All were Socialists who had been forced, or at least found it advisable, to leave Denmark. There were eighteen colonists, some married and some single. They at once set to work to build a log cabin with separate apartments for the married and the unmarried. Tools and stock were purchased. The men worked "like hell." The women quarreled. And the naked prairie--save for an abundance of buffalo bones, rattlesnakes, prairie dogs, owls and an occasional soldier--seemed so unresponsive to the demands for a better social order, that the colonists could stand it no longer than six weeks. The property was then sold and the proceeds divided among the colonists, netting each some thirty dollars.
     In spite of the failure of the colony, the colonists succeeded--some in Kansas and others elsewhere. They were not incurable visionaries, but able to adjust themselves to new conditions. Both Pio and Geleff were gifted journalists and succeeded as land agents. Mrs. Pio was one of the most talented of Danish immigrant women. She lectured occasionally to Danish audiences--in 1896, for instance, on "the full and unlimited coinage of silver." A daughter of the Pios married a Danish count from whom, however, she was later divorced. Hansen had a substantial business career in Chicago. A daughter of his married the Danish socialist, Sophus Neble, who is still the editor of the Danish Pioneer, a Danish weekly published in Omaha and reputed to have a circulation of over thirty thousand, larger than that of any other Danish-American publication.

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Johan Ludvig Neble 28, clerk, arrived New York 19 Nov 1888 on ship Hekla.

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And some I don't see mentioned:

Arnold Fredrik David Neble born 1882, merchant and manufacturer, made at least ten trips between NY and Copenhagen 1912-1926 and appears to have maintained dual residence Denmark and U.S.

He listed his mother Mary Neble, 12 Frederik IV's Alle, Copenhagen as nearest relative, and his birthplace as Nykøbing.

He had a wife Karen born ca. 1894 and a daughter Grethe born ca. 1914, both in Copenhagen.

In 1918 draft he registered as a N Y City merchant with New Jersey residence (attached).

I do not find them in U.S. censuses so maybe in Denmark 1920.

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Immanuel Theophorus Neble born ca. 1870 Denmark, bookbinder, arrived NY 19 Aug 1889 on ship Hekla.

I do not find him in U.S. censuses so maybe changed his name.

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From the Danish Immigrant Museum, a biography of Sophus Neble that says he went ahead to USA, then he "sent for his mother and brothers," as well as for the girlfriend he wanted to marry. Also says that Sophus brothers (John and Hans) helped to run the newspaper Den Danske Pioneer.
     By the way, my uncle still gets this newspaper. : D

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."

1900 Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska
John L. Neble 39 b Jan 1861 - MANAGER, NEWSPAPER
Angeline Neble 29 b May 1871
Emma 5 b Aug 1894
Mark 3   Aug 1896
Carrie Neble 70 b Nov 1829
+ servant girl

1910 Omaha - Carrie is gone - John, Angeline, Emma, Mark, and brother in law Andrew Hansen.

1920 Omaha - John, Angeline, Mark. John occupation --? Mark is an ARTIST.
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Immanuel Theophorus Neble born ca. 1870 Denmark, bookbinder, arrived NY 19 Aug 1889 on ship Hekla.

I do not find him in U.S. censuses so maybe changed his name.

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From FamilySearch:

Immanuel Theophoras Neble 
 
Baptism/Christening Date: 16 Apr 1871 
Baptism/Christening Place: , STUBBEKOBING, MARIBO, DENMARK 
Father's Name: Christian Henrik Neble 
Mother's Name: Elvina Augusta Sophie Cumann 
Location:  Texas USA
Areas of interest:  Tønder county,  Brede, Daler, and Visby parishes
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About the name Walter, Yes, often Valdermar/Waldemar = Walter in USA
on birth certificates for his children he is Walter Neble married to Cena Rock.

1920
East Everett, Snohomish, Washington, USA
J. L. Walter Neble (Jr.) 51 or 57? b. Denmark divorced [fraskilt] to USA 1886
 - he's an iron works molder (jernkonstruktioner molder?)
Alfred David Neble 14 (1906)
    Alfred b. Washington married Nora (1907-1984)
Irene 12 (1908) do
Emma 10 (1910) do
Ella 5 or 8? do

Alfred died 1981; begravet Cypress Lawn Memorial Park i Everett with Nora
Also begravet i Cypress Lawn - Arnold D. Neble (1927-2010) wife Marilyn (1930-1998)

Obituary for Arnold David Neble tells about his children and grandchildren:
http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/heraldnet/obituary.aspx?n=arnold-david-neble&pid=139704663
Arnold first married Lois.








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Immanuel Theophorus Neble born ca. 1870 Denmark, bookbinder, arrived NY 19 Aug 1889 on ship Hekla.

I do not find him in U.S. censuses so maybe changed his name.

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From FamilySearch:

Immanuel Theophoras Neble 
 
Baptism/Christening Date: 16 Apr 1871 
Baptism/Christening Place: , STUBBEKOBING, MARIBO, DENMARK 
Father's Name: Christian Henrik Neble 
Mother's Name: Elvina Augusta Sophie Cumann 


SO he's brother to Alexander!

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1900
Springwells, Wayne, Michigan, USA
............people.......
Walter Neble, boarder [indsider?], 32, f. Nov 1867 Denmark, ugift, to USA 1886, IRON MOLDER. :D

Walter is the guy who could be Johan Ludvig Waldemar Neble, living in Everett, Washington in 1920.

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"After Editor Sophus Neble's death in 1931, his wife Olivia and son Eyvind continued the publication of The Danish Pioneer. The newspaper moved to Elmwood Park, Illinois in 1958."

http://www.dendanskepioneer.com/english/theearly.html

Eywind buried Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Omaha (also Louis H.):
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Neble&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSst=31&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=72978417&df=all&

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After Sophus Neble died, his son Eyvind Neble continued to publish Den Danske Pioneer (with Olivia, his father's second wife).

Eyvind Neble had a son also called Eyvind. This Eyvind "Bud" Neble died 13 JAN 2009 in Springdale, Arkansas. He and his wife Dee lived in Omaha, but went to Arkansas to retire.

Link to obituary in Omaha World-Herald, which mentions survivors:

http://www.omaha.com/article/20090715/NEWS01/707169964/0/MONEY

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Immanuel Theophorus Neble born ca. 1870 Denmark, bookbinder, arrived NY 19 Aug 1889 on ship Hekla.

I do not find him in U.S. censuses so maybe changed his name.

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From FamilySearch:

Immanuel Theophoras Neble  
  
Baptism/Christening Date: 16 Apr 1871  
Baptism/Christening Place: , STUBBEKOBING, MARIBO, DENMARK  
Father's Name: Christian Henrik Neble  
Mother's Name: Elvina Augusta Sophie Cumann  
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Apparently Alexander is Emmanuel:

Emmanuel Theo. was born 10 Nov 1870, Stubbekøbing 1850-1870 opslag 45

Alexander listed Nov 1871 birthdate, immigration 1890 in 1900 census, and immigration 1888 in 1910 census.

There is no Alexander Neble birth recorded 1871.



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Jane C

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Another brother for Alexander comes to USA:
per IGI
Einar Christian Neble
christened 30 SEP 1860 Stubbekobing, Maribo, Denmark
Father:  CHRISTIAN HENRIK NEBLE
Mother: Elvina Augusta Sophie Cumann

per Ancestry.com Hamburger Passagierlisten, 1850-1934
Einar Chr Neble, 26, b Stubbekobing, [b abt 1860]
departs HAMBURG 24 Mrz 1886 [24 March]
occupation: commis
ship name: Moravia (with the shipping line Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt-Actien-Gesellschaft]
going to NEW YORK

Ancestry.com also has passenger manifest in New York
arrival 09 Apr 1886
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Jane C

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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

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Arnold Fredrik David Neble born 1882, merchant and manufacturer, made at least ten trips between NY and Copenhagen 1912-1926 and appears to have maintained dual residence Denmark and U.S.

He listed his mother Mary Neble, 12 Frederik IV's Alle, Copenhagen as nearest relative, and his birthplace as Nykøbing.

He had a wife Karen born ca. 1894 and a daughter Grethe born ca. 1914, both in Copenhagen.

In 1918 draft he registered as a N Y City merchant with New Jersey residence (attached).

Born 20 Nov 1882, parents Alfred Henrik Julius Neble and Mary Vilhelmine Caroline Stahl
(Maribo, Nykøbing Falster 1880-1887 opslag 69 #82)
Location:  Texas USA
Areas of interest:  Tønder county,  Brede, Daler, and Visby parishes
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Jane C

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Name:  Arnold Frederic David Neble
Death:  20 Dec 1930 - Denmark
 
Ancestry.com: England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations, 1861-1941)

Arrived New York: 4 May 1917  Arnold Neble, 34, Merchant, last permanent residence USA, name of nearest relative in country visited (Denmark) = Mother, Mrs. M. Neble, Copenhagen. Also traveling Karen, wife, 23; Grethe, child, no age

Arrive NY: 9 Nov 1920 Arnold Neble, 37, Director, nationality Danish, last permanent residence New York; person visited= Mother, Mrs. Mary Neble, Fred VI's Alle 12, Copenhagen, final destination= home, 98 Liberty Place, Weehawken, New Jersey. How long staying in USA? Forever. Arnold is 5'2". Also traveling Karen 27; Grethe 6.

Arrive New York: 10 Apr 1922 Arnold Neble 39 Manager, Relative in Denmark Mother, still at Fred VI's Alle. Karen 30 and Grethe 7.

Arrive New York: 29 Feb 1924 Karen and Grethe - note says Karen is "with Husband."
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Ancestry.com death record
Marie Josephine Neble born 14 Jul 1917 Nebraska
      - she would be daughter to Ove and Helen Bernice (Ove would be son to Hans Neble in Omaha) -
died 03 Aug 1995 in El Dorado, California\
Married name FITTON
Mother's maiden name Luick
Father's surname Neble

Sophus Neble's son Eyvind Neble, with Sophus wife Olivia, kept Den Danske Pioneer running when Sophus died. Eyvind married Marie Fedderson. per son's obit. I previously attached the obituary for their son Eyvind (junior) called "Bud." Bud was born 20 April 10 1919, Springfield, Nebraska.
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Mia Gerdrup

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Jane - you're fantastic!

Thank's to all helpfull people!

I've just spend 3 hours by updating the family three, following your link's on the internet - and I will have to work many hours this evening - using all the fantastic information you have written about.

I will return when I have an overview of the entire family.

Mia Dahl Gerdrup
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