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terryh
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Halverson geneology
03. May 2006 at 16:01
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Hi folks:
I am new to this forum, but not to Springhill. My family is from there and I was born there. Far too many years ago now it seems. hehehe. My name is Terry Halverson and I am trying to trace back past my father to find out the geneology of our family. His father's name was Robert Halverson and he came over on a ship sometime just before the 1st world war. thats all the info I have. Is there a way I can access the archives or records of Springhill town hall or the Sprinhill Record newspaper to find out when he died or was married, or where he came from? I have been trying all the geneology sites on the web for afew years now, but I am not even sure what country he came from. Norway I think. No one alive in my family has any knowledge of him at all. But not knowing where he lived there or when he left for canada, the task is all but impossible. Any info or help would be greatly appreciated.
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Reply #1 - 07. May 2006 at 15:25
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This is the only Halvorsen family listed in the Canadian 1881 census, in all of Canada.


Name  Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion

Hans HALVORSON   M   Male   Norwegian   26   Norway   Labourer   C. Presbyterian  
Mary Jane HALVORSON   M   Female   English   22   New Brunswick      Church of England  


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Source Information:
 Census Place Newcastle, Northumberland, New Brunswick
 Family History Library Film   1375821
 NA Film Number   C-13185
 District   35
 Sub-district   B
 Division   3
 Page Number   40
 Household Number   169


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Reply #2 - 07. May 2006 at 15:46
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http://immigrantships.net/index2.html

There are 8 volumes of ships lists to look through here.

Halverson was spelled Halvorsen


You hadn't put any dates in your post.  It would be easier if we had dates for your father and your grandfather.  I did not find a Robert in the 1901  or 1911 Candian census.

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Reply #3 - 27. Oct 2007 at 21:58
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Hi all:
Many thanks to anyone who replied and helped me with information. Much appreciated. I also had some help from the folks at Geneology.com and so far I have the following info, mostly from the Moss diary I think. My grandfather's name was Robert Halverson (Halvorsen), born Sept 16, 1884 in Hamburg, Germany. Immigrated to Canada 1913. Died March 29, 1955. He is buried in Springhill. Now I have to get to some web pages for Germany births in Hamburg. Should be a daunting task. I think my father changed the spelling of his name, or his brother Art did, as they are different. Again, thanks a lot and I will be in touch.
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Reply #4 - 14. May 2008 at 17:52
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Hello terry ,this is your cousin Ric and I have some info not much as well and also have a picture of nan's father. Let me know if you see this and my email add is
shakyweebles@yahoo.ca
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