Elisabeth Anderson was born in the village Mo in the parish of Berg (Hoverberg) in the county of Jamtland in Sweden. Must have been born in the years 1970-1980 ? She emigrated to USA in late 1800:s. Was married to a swede and they got three children, two sons and a daughter: Hugo,Sigurd and maybe Agnes (I'm not sure of the girls name) Sorry to say I don't know anything about her husband, he was a swede, maybe from the southern part of Sweden and maybe they met in USA? The whole family visited Sweden and the homeplace in the 1920:s and of what my mother told me the children must have been born around 1900-1910, as they were older than my mother Ingeborg born 1913. My mother and her older sister Anna and brother Erik talked a lot about their "amerikan second-cousins" and they told us children about them. My mother thought that they were planning to move back to Sweden... but they didn't. From the christmas-cards my grandmother Ingrid Ekberg (1872-1954) got and collected in a box, I remember names places like Minnesota, St Paul, Duluth, Seattle, Edmonton, so I guess they moved around a little (even to Canada?) There was even photos of the family standing in front of a white house and with a nice car and the photos must have been shotaround the 1920:s as I noticed from their clothes. The contact was broken around 1950 and I heard from old folks that Elisabeth died in the late 1940:s As all my oldfolks are gone today and nothing left in my family of letters,photos I take this "straw" to maybe get in contact with ancestors to aunt Elisabeth. I think that the children of Elisabeth must have remembered this journey to Sweden and they must have talked about it a lot, looked at photos and then they must have told their children and grandchildren about it. SO are there still Andersons with memories like this in the family and you know that this Elisabeth must have been your great - great -grandmother...well, please contact me. It would be really nice to get in contact withunknown american relatives!