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Here, gathered in our beloved South Dakota, are a few members of our Williamson / Mattson Clan. Charles and Luella are to be blamed (be kind, they didn't know what they were doing). We're generally a happy bunch and somewhat intelligent (notwithstanding our tenous grasp on reality). I'm also proud to say that most of us still have our teeth.

Monday, January 20, 2014

Meeting our Other Mattson Uncles and Aunts. Carl Martin Mattson (1863 - 1883)

From the Fortress of Solitude
Pleasant Grove

Hello All,
     Tonight is the first in a series of posts discussing our Great Grand Mattson Uncles and Aunts, the brothers and sisters of our Great Grandfather John Albert Mattson.
     We begin with the Relationship Chart so you can get your directions established.

Mattson Relationship Chart 

Emanuel Mattsson (1839-1910) and Helena Beata Carlsdotter (1838-1911)

Lived and died in Fjaras, Halland Sweden 
To their Children, most of whom immigrated to the United States at the end of the 1800's and early 1900's.

Josefina Albertina, 
    Carl Martin, 
        Edvard (Edward)         Edvard and Emil were twins.
            Emil,  
                Anna Carolena,  
                    Emelie Charlotta,
                        Johan (John) Albert, 
                             Ernest Wilhelm, 
                                 Walfrid Nathanael, 
                                      Anselm Emanuel and 
                                         Carl Ernst. 

John Albert Mattson married Ida Josefina Tornberg.
Ida immigrated from Karl Gustav Parish, Norrbotten Sweden)
To their only child
Walter Albert Mattson who married Violet May Pierce
To Their Children
Luella, Linda, John and Marvin
to 
Us


     In tonight's family gathering, I'd like to introduce you to our Great Grand Uncle Carl Martin Mattson.  





     Uncle Carl was born on September 21, 1863 in Fjaras, Halland, Sweden.  He died when he was either 19 or 20 in San Francisco, California in 1883.

The Parish Records of Carl's Birth



Uncle Carl sailed for California on the ship Romeo, leaving Sweden on the 28th of October 1881 when he was 17 years old, sailing through Hull, England.

Uncle Carl is number 4655

     We don't know how Uncle Carl died.  I'm guessing he was unmarried and therefore had no children.

Simply,
Victor

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