Re: possible brother to August Parson
Persson/Pärsson/Pehrsson/Pährsson etc. is an EXCEEDINGLY common name in Sweden, probably more common than Smith is here. The letters e and ä sound basically the same and h is added sometimes to make the name more "decorative".
Dräng = farmhand was a very common occupation in Sweden in those days. Remember that tractors and so forth were still in the future, so much man and ox power was needed.
On the other hand, it is worthwhile checking this person out further if they eventually worked in the same area after emigrating. What **specifically** was said about Hans and (apparently) an August in whatever lookup was done on the other board? If the lookup was done on the Emibas CD, for example, the date of birth and parish of birth and complete Swedish name should make it possible to find the parents of both.
It is best to use the marvelous archive called the Swenson Swedish Immigration Research Center. The Swenson Center has a website but its extensive collection of resources is NOT online. We need to go there to research or pay them to research for us.