Tenth Generation (Continued)
Tenth Generation (Continued)
Family of Emanuel Andersson Hallin (32) & Emma Karolina Sandelin
34. Viktor Emanuel Hallin (Emanuel Andersson9, Maja (Maria) Stina Johansdotter8, Johannes Semon7, Carl Simon6, Maja Stina (Maria Kristina) Simonsdotter Comaelia5, Simon Petrus Comaelius4, Maria Larsdotter Simoni Neuver3, Lauentius Simoni2, Simon Sadelmakere Tysk1). Born on 20 May 1871 in Kristinehamn, Värmlands län, Sweden.8 Viktor Emanuel died in Kristinehamn, Värmlands län, Sweden, in 1963; he was 91. Occupation: Seaman.

Viktor Emanuel Hallin, his wife Hilda Evelina Hansson and their son returned from Amerika to Sweden in August 1894. They arrived in Kristinehamn on 3 August 1894 according to the household examination roll. With them was Evelina Hansson’s widowed mother Sofia Eleonora Hansson. They resided at Nya Kyrkogatan, Kristinehamn. On 19 November 1894, they moved to Gamla Kyrkogatan 6, Kristinehamn. (Kristinehamn: Husförhörslängder 1891-1895, pp. 144)

Victor Hallin was on board the schooner Constance in 1918. The schooner Constance, 194 tons with 17 crew, sailed through the Panama Canal on 28 Match 1918. The schooner was bound for Panama.

Victor Emanuel Hallin became a United States citizen on 17 July 1922 in U.S. District Court, Boston, Massachusetts.

On 1 Apr 1893 Viktor Emanuel married Hilda Evelina Hansson in Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York. Born on 13 Nov 1868 in Ryr, Älvsborg län, Sweden.

They had the following children:
43i.
Victor Emanuel (1893-1894)
44ii.
Hannah (1896-)
35. Maria (Maja) Aurora Hallin (Emanuel Andersson9, Maja (Maria) Stina Johansdotter8, Johannes Semon7, Carl Simon6, Maja Stina (Maria Kristina) Simonsdotter Comaelia5, Simon Petrus Comaelius4, Maria Larsdotter Simoni Neuver3, Lauentius Simoni2, Simon Sadelmakere Tysk1). Born on 25 Jan 1874 in Kristinehamn, Värmlands län, Sweden. Maria (Maja) Aurora died in Woburn, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, on 9 Apr 1951; she was 77. Buried on 11 Apr 1951 in Woburn, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. She was never married.

The household examination roll for Kristinehamn states that Edla Jeanetta Hallin resided in her parents household until March 1892. She left Kristinehamn on 12 March 1892 for Amerika. The Hallin family resided at Nya Kyrkogatan, Kristinehamn. (Kristinehamn: Husförhörslängder 1891-1895, p. 144)

The 1900 United States federal census states that Mary Halene resided at 38 Auburn Street, Woburn, Massachusetts. She liveed in the hosehold of her cousin Andrew Everberg. Mary Halene was a tailoress. She immigrated to the United from Sweden in 1891 and was not naturalized. (T623-6668, Massachusetts, Middlesex Co., ED 1000, Woburn, p. 6)

The 1925 New York state census states that Maria Hallin resided at 508 West 7th Street, Jamestown, Chautauqua County, New York. She was living in the household of her brother Adolph Hallin. The census states that Maria Hallin was naturalized in 1912 at Boston, Massachusetts. (New York States Archives: State Population Census Schedules, 1925: Chautauqua County, Election District: 02, Assembly District: 01, Jamestown ward 2 p. 22)

The 1940 United States census states that Maria Hallin resided at 12 Sherman Place, Woburn, Massachusetts. She lived in the household of her sister and brother-in-law Jean and Iver Paulsen. Maria Hallin was a milliner who worked in a clothing factory. She earned USD 220.00 in 1939. Maria Hallin was born in Sweden and was naturalized. (Massachusetts, Middlesex Co., ED 9-649, Woburn ward 4, p. 23B)

36. Edla Jeannette Hallin (Emanuel Andersson9, Maja (Maria) Stina Johansdotter8, Johannes Semon7, Carl Simon6, Maja Stina (Maria Kristina) Simonsdotter Comaelia5, Simon Petrus Comaelius4, Maria Larsdotter Simoni Neuver3, Lauentius Simoni2, Simon Sadelmakere Tysk1) . Born on 29 Apr 1876 in Kristinehamn, Värmlands län, Sweden.6 Edla Jeannette died in Woburn, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, on 22 Jan 1952; she was 75.9 Buried on 24 Jan 1952 in Woburn, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.

The household examination roll for Kristinehamn states that Edla Jeanetta Hallin resided in her parents household until Aug 1893. She left Kristinehamn on 22 August 1893 for Amerika. The same document show her returning to her parents household from Amerika on 26 August 1895. The Hallin family resided at Nya Kyrkogatan, Kristinehamn. (Kristinehamn: Husförhörslängder 1891-1895, p. 144)

Edla Jeanette Hallin arrived at Ellis Island, N.Y. on the SS Saint Louis from Southampton, 31 Oct 1896.

The ship was built by William Cramp & Sons Shipbuilders, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1895. 11,629 gross tons; 554 (bp) feet long; 63 feet wide. Steam quadruple expansion engines, twin screw.  Service speed 19 knots.  1,340 passengers (320 first class, 220 second class, 800 third class). Built for American Line, in 1895 and named Saint Louis. Southampton-New York service. Used by US Navy as auxiliary cruiser in Spanish-American War or 1898. Transferred to United States Navy, American flag, in 1917 and renamed USS Louisville. Armed transport service. Returned to American Line, in 1920 and renamed St. Louis. Was badly damaged by fire while being refitted. Laid-up 1920-24. Rebuilding plans in 1922 never revitalized. Scrapped at Genoa in 1924.

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On 12 Dec 1896 Edla Jeannette married Iver Paulsen , son of Poul Iversen Kirkegaard & Marie Heluise Thomsdatter, in Woburn, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.9 Born on 17 Dec 1863 in Tved, Hillerslev herred, Thisted amt, Denmark.10 Iver died in Woburn, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, on 18 Oct 1957; he was 93.9 Buried on 25 Oct 1957 in Woburn, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.

Ivar Poulsen emigrated from Denmark to the United States in November 1887. He travelled to the United States on the SS Thingvalla from Copenhagen with his sisters Inger Poulsen and Caroline Poulsen. Ivar Paulsen was residing in Thisted, Thisted County when he emigrated. His stated destination in the Danish emigration registration records was to be New York City. He registered as a painter (Maler). He registered with the emigration police at Copenhagen on 25 October 1887. (Dansk Demografisk Database, Danish Emigrant Archives, 1887, contract 369100).

Ivar, Caroline and Inger Poulsen arrived in the United States on 14 November 1887. The SS Thingvalla sailed from Copenhagen, Denmark via Christiana and Christiansand, Norway to New York City, New York. Ivar Poulsen was a painter. Inger and Caroline Poulsen were servants. Ivar Poulsen had three pieces of baggage. Caroline Poulsen had one piece of baggage while Inger Poulsen had no baggage. (M237-514, list number 1463, New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957)

The Jens and Hedewig Mathson, the Peter and Caroline Stockholm, and the Iver and Jeannie Paulsen families all resided at Felton Road, Woburn in 1900.

Iver and Jennie Paulsen with their two children resided at Felton Street, Woburn, Massachusetts according to the 1900 U.S. federal census. Iver Paulsen was a painter. He immigrated to the United States from Denmark in 1887 and was naturalized. Jennie Paulsen immigrated to the United States from Sweden in 1896 and not yet naturalized. Their children were born in Massachusetts. (T623-668, Massachusetts, Middlesex Co., ED 1006, Woburn, p. 6A)

According to the 1910 U.S. federal census, Iver and Geanne Polson with their two children resided at 17 Sherman Place, Woburn, Massachusetts. Jeanne Paulsen had three children of whom two were living in 1910. Iver Paulsen was a house painter. He immigrated to the United States from Denmark in 1890 and was naturalized. Jennie Paulsen immigrated to the United States from Sweden in 1894 and not yet naturalized. Their children were born in Massachusetts. Residing with them was Maria Hallin, Jeanne Paulsen's unmarried elder sister. She was a vast maker in tailor shop. Maria Hallin immigrated to the United States from Sweden in 1898 and not yet naturalized. (T624-607, Massachusetts, Middlesex Co., ED 1073, Woburn, p. 15A)

The 1920 U.S. federal census states that Iver and Jeanne Paulsen with their four children resided at 17 Sherman Place, Woburn, Massachusetts. They owned their home which was mortgage free by 1920. Iver Paulsen was as house painter. He immigrated to the United States from Denmark in 1863 and was naturalized in 1898. Jennie Paulsen immigrated to the United States from Sweden in 1896 and was naturalized in 1908. The children were born in Massachusetts. (T625-720, Massacusetts, Middlesex Co., ED 543, Woburn, p. 11A)

Iver and Jeanne Paulsen with their two youngest children resided at 17 Sherman Place, Woburn, Massachusetts according to the 1930 U.S. federal census. They owned their own home which was valued at US $3000.00. Iver Paulsen was a general painter. He immigrated to the United States from Denmark in 1887 and was naturalized. Jennie Paulsen immigrated to the United States from Sweden in 1896 and was naturalized. Their children were born in Massachusetts. (T626-720, Massachusetts, Middlesex Co., ED 550, Woburn, p. 14A)

The 1940 United States census states that Iver and Jean Paulsen with two sons resided at 12 Sherman Place, Woburn, Massachusetts. They owned their home which was valued at USD 9100.00. Iver Paulsen was a painter with his own business. His income was not stated. Richard and Arnold Paulsen were house painters who each earned USD 1000.00 in 1939. Jean Paulsen’s sister Maria Hallin lived in the household. She was a milliner who worked in a clothing factory. She earned USD 220.00 in 1939. Iver Paulsen was born in Denmark and was naturalized. Jean Paulsen and Maria Hallin were born in Sweden and were naturalized. (Massachusetts, Middlesex Co., ED 9-649, Woburn ward 4, p. 23B)

They had the following children:
45i.
Florence Marie (1898-1990)
46ii.
Iver E. (1900-1900)
47iii.
Iver Emanuel (1901-1985)
48iv.
Richard (Twin) (1912-1999)
49v.
Arnold [Thomas] (Twin) (1912-1986)

On 11 Oct 1913 Hanna Viktoria married Frits Ferdinand Jansson in Kristinehamn, Värmlands län, Sweden.6 Born on 25 Nov 1888 in Norrköping, Östergötland, Sweden.11

38. David Napoleon Hallin (Emanuel Andersson9, Maja (Maria) Stina Johansdotter8, Johannes Semon7, Carl Simon6, Maja Stina (Maria Kristina) Simonsdotter Comaelia5, Simon Petrus Comaelius4, Maria Larsdotter Simoni Neuver3, Lauentius Simoni2, Simon Sadelmakere Tysk1). Born on 11 Mar 1881 in Kristinehamn, Värmlands län, Sweden.8 David Napoleon died in Stockholm, Sweden, in 1966; he was 84.

40. Adolf Emanuel Hallin (Emanuel Andersson9, Maja (Maria) Stina Johansdotter8, Johannes Semon7, Carl Simon6, Maja Stina (Maria Kristina) Simonsdotter Comaelia5, Simon Petrus Comaelius4, Maria Larsdotter Simoni Neuver3, Lauentius Simoni2, Simon Sadelmakere Tysk1). Born on 4 Mar 1886 in Kristinehamn, Värmlands län, Sweden.8,12 Adolf Emanuel died in Chautauqua Lake, Jamestown, New York, on 11 Sep 1932; he was 46.

Adolf Hallin emigrated to the United States in 1903. He registered at Göteborg on 17 April 1903. His destination was Boston, Massachusetts.

According to the 1910 United States federal census, Adolf Hallin resided at 317 West 40th Street, New York, New York. He was a lodger in the household of Ernest and Gertrude Hansen. Adolf Hallin was a waiter in a hotel. He immigrated to the United States from Sweden in 1903 and was not naturalized. (T624-1045, New York, New York County, ED 1202, Manhattan ward 20, p. 2A)

In September 1918 when Adolf Emanuel Hallin registered for the First World War draft, he was a waiter at the Hotel Wallick, Broadway and 43rd Street, New York City, New York. He and his wife Cleo Hallin resided at 54 West 104th Street, New York City, New York. He was not naturalized.12

The 1925 New York state census states that Adolph Hallin resided at 508 West 7th Street, Jamestown, Chautauqua County, New Ork. His sister Maria Hallin lived in the household. Adolph Hallin was a merchant. (New York States Archives: State Population Census Schedules, 1925: Chautauqua County, Election District: 02, Assembly District: 01, Jamestown ward 2 p. 22)

Adolph Emanuel Hallin drowned in Chautauqua Lake, Jamestown, New York. The county coroner ruled it to be an accident. He resided at 58 Allen Street, Jamestown.

Abt 1916 Adolf Emanuel married Harriet Cleo McGuire. Born on 25 Aug 1891 in Montcalm Co., Michigan.

According to the 1920 United States federal census, Adolph and Cleo Hallin with a son resided at 45 Baker Street, Jamestown, Chautauqua County, New York. They rented their home. Adolph Hallin was a metal worker in a factory. (T625-1091, New York, Chautauqua Co., ED 167, Jamestown ward 6, p. 12B)

The 1930 United States federal census states that Adolph and Cleo Hallin with a son resided at 8 West Fourth Street, Jamestown, Chautauqua County, New York. Home ownership and value was not stated. They owned a radio set. Adolph Hallin was the president of a retail furniture business. He immigrated to the United States in 1930 and was naturalized. (T626-1413, New York, Chautauqua Co., ED 61, Jamestown ward 2, p. 14B)

Cleo W. Hallin with a son resided at 666 13th Avenue, St. Petersburg, Pinellas County, Florida according to the 1930 United States federal census. Her mother Lottie Stoddard lived in the household. They rented their home for USD 25.00 per month. They did not own a radio set. The census stated that Cleo Hallin was married. (T626-329, Florida, Pinella Co., ED 21, St. Petersburg precinct 37, p. 20A)

They had one child:
50i.
Peter Robert (1917-2001)
41. Allethé Karolina Olivia Hallin (Emanuel Andersson9, Maja (Maria) Stina Johansdotter8, Johannes Semon7, Carl Simon6, Maja Stina (Maria Kristina) Simonsdotter Comaelia5, Simon Petrus Comaelius4, Maria Larsdotter Simoni Neuver3, Lauentius Simoni2, Simon Sadelmakere Tysk1). Born on 5 May 1889 in Kristinehamn, Värmlands län, Sweden.8 Allethé Karolina Olivia died in Sweden on 26 Oct 1981; she was 92.

Allethé Karolina Olivia married David Valdemar Olsson. Born on 14 Nov 1888 in Varnum, Västergötland, Sweden. David Valdemar died in Kristinehamn, Värmlands län, Sweden, on 25 May 1969; he was 80.

They had the following children:
51i.
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