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Here is the marriage registration as found by Helen Dunn: Ethel Irwin Kennedy - full age - spinster - Newry - daughter of William John Kennedy, compositor married William John Turner - full age - bachelor - Gilford Road Lurgan - linesman - son of William John Turner, dresser in Downshire Road Presbyterian Church Newry on 25th December 1935 - witnesses Joseph Charles McLaughlin & Lily Turner.

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She three husbands, but her first one died in Belgium in WWII, but they had already divorced by then,

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He too had three wives. Divorce must have been rampant in the 1940s in the US.

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I found his name spelled as Helmer on another website. I believe that Hilmer is correct.

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In another person's tree, her first given name is Selma.

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In the 1910 Norwegian census, she was living with her in-laws, the Krtistiansens, in Egge. There was no sign of her husband so I am guessing that he had died. Although it says something like "seamstress, man sojourning in America"? So perhaps he had run off to America? Why was she using Haugen?

Emma came to Canada to after the death of her sister Martine to help Einar look after the younger children. Her daughter Eldrid ended up marrying her sister's son Ludwig. Whose biological daughter was Eldred? I have found her, Olav, and Eldrid leaving Trondheim on July 24, 1922. So she came not that long after Martine's death, not more than a year later as the story goes. I also found all three of them leaving for Canada from Liverpool on July 29, 1922. She declared herself as married. Where was John?

She married Eilert Eliason in Montana for some reason, even though the marriage license says that both of them were living in Beaubien, Canada. The license says that she was married before but does not say whether she was widowed or divorced.

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In the 1900 Norway census, she is Anna Hansen, born in Beistaden.

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He is to be found on a ship travelling from Norway to Canada, via Liverpool, to visit his uncle John in Bottineau. He was with his uncle Einar and family. I have to wonder if he stayed in the US, just using the name Olaf Hansen?

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Here is her obituary:
Adeline Aasheim
April 23, 1919-Oct. 25, 2008

October 27, 2008
Minot Daily News
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BOTTINEAU Adeline Aasheim, 89, Bottineau, died Saturday, Oct. 25, 2008, in a Bottineau hospital.

She was born April 23, 1919, to Jacob and Nora Schei in Carbury. She married Arthur Aasheim Nov. 12, 1939, near Carbury.
Survivors: daughters, Carmen Welscher, Holmen, Wis., LeAnn Bair, Colorado Springs, Colo.; two grandchildren; four great-grandchildren.
Funeral: Tuesday, 3 p.m., Grace Lutheran Brethren Church, Bottineau.
Burial: Oak Creek Cemetery, Bottineau.
Visitation: Today, 1 to 9 p.m., and Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Nero Funeral Home, Bottineau.


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According to the Sparbu/Ogndalbook V page 421 he was born in Røra, NTrøndelag and he and his wife lived there until they some time before 1819 moved northwords to Ogndal and settled on the small tenant farm - Semsplass - which was "a place under the main farm SEM" . The book says that their first 3 children were born in Røra, N-Trøndelag, but it is a possibility that they had more than 5 children.... After the 1865 census the Semplassen was called Hansplassen (After Hans)

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It is recorded that he died when he fell into a well and drowned