Note: Emigration: January 30, 1894 from Copenhagen Denmark to New York City when she was 15 years old on board a ship named "Norge (Norway)" where she was listed as a servant (tyende) - per Danish emigration record #D9396K0603; Naturalized: 1900. Name:�tab�Kjeldsen, Valborg Kristine�tab�Occupation:�tab�Tyende (kv. by) Age:�tab�15�tab� Destination:�tab�N.Y. Contract no.:�tab�6000�tab� Registration date: 30-01-1894 Birth place:�tab�?�tab� Last res. parish:�tab�K�benhavn�tab� Last res. county:�tab�K�benhavn Last residence:�tab�Kjbhvn.�tab� Destination country:�tab�USA Destination city:�tab�New York City�tab� Destination state:�tab�New York State Name of ship:�tab�Norge Remarks:�tab�ANM: Norge.�tab�IDcode:�tab�D9396K0603 Valborg's brother was George Kjeldsen who was born about 1890, emigrated from Copenhagen Denmark and arrvied in Ellis Isalnd (US) on Apil 13, 1910 aboard the ship OSCAR II, and lived with Valborg and Peter in 1910 at Elwood (WILL) Illinois. Peter and Valborg lived as boarders before they were married, at the home of Peter Henry and Dorthea Maria (Moldt) Storm on 822 Campbell Street in Chicago (COOK) Illinois. Both Storms were born in Denmark. - per 1900 U.S. Census (Enumeration District #467 on page 268B). Mabel Petersen, 85 Succumbs to Illness Mrs. Mabel Petersen, 85, of 1527 Mills Rd., died Friday in the Pleasant Center nursing home, following a short illness. A native of Copenhagen, Denmark, Mrs. Petersen was the widow of the late Peter H. Petersen. She resided in the United States approximately 70 years, living in the Wilmington and Elwood area before moving to Joliet 37 years ago. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by two sons, Peter H. Jr., and Albert G., and a daughter, Mrs. Lester G. Coldwater. She is survived by a son, Arthur C., a Republican committeeman in the 42nd precinct; eight grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held in the Carlson Funeral Home, Monday at 1 p.m. The Rev. Ben F. White will officiate. Burial will be in Maple Hill cemetery Elwood. Friends may call today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 p.m. - Joliet Herald News (ILLINOIS), July 19, 1964 (Sunday), Page 4
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