Ingeman /Paulsen/


  • Born 24 February 1893 - Lonnerup, Hunstrup (Parish), Hillerslev (District), Thisted (County), Denmark
  • Baptized 2 April 1893 - Hunstrup (Parish), Hillerslev (District), Thisted (County), Denmark
  • Deceased 10 February 1973 - Denmark,aged 79 years old
  • Buried - Nors (Parish), Hillerslev (District), Thisted (County), Denmark
  • A carpenter, a farmer, a farmer, renting his farm

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Ingeman was traveling in steerage, 20, single, a carpenter, Danish, his last permanent address was Hunstrup, Denmark, and his father was Christen Poulsen of Hov per Thisted. His final destination was Auburn, Massachusetts, and he had a ticket to get there, he had paid for the passage himself, he had $25 with him, he had not previously been in the United States, he was going to join his uncle S.L. Salmonsen (the husband of his aunt Nikoline Poulsen) at R.F.D., Auburn, Massachusetts, and he was born in Lonnerup, Denmark.
Ingeman was 23, single, a carpenter, Danish, his last permanent address was Saratoga, Iowa, his father was Christen Poulsen of Hov per Thisted, and he was a non-immigrant resident alien. His final destination was Millbury, Massachusetts, and he had a ticket to get there, he had paid for the passage himself, he had more than $50 with him, he had previously been in the United States from 1913 to 1916 at Saratoga, Iowa, he was going to join his uncle S.L. Salmonsen (the husband of his aunt Nikoline Poulsen) at Millbury, Massachusetts.


As noted above, Poul gave a permanent U. S. address of Worcester, Massachusetts and said that he had been there from 1913 to 1916, and Ingeman listed his U.S. address as Saratoga, Howard County, Iowa and said that he had been there from 1913 to 1916. This is rather confusing, because it was Poul who is listed in the 1915 Iowa State census and Ingeman who is listed in the 1914 and 15 Worcester City Directories, working as a carpenter. Perhaps it was a clerical error in the passenger list? In 1917, Poul would register for the WWI draft in Iowa, and Ingeman would register in Worcester, Massachusetts. I don't understand these apparent discrepancies.


After registering for the WWI draft, Ingeman Poulsen apparently left Worcester, Massachusetts, and traveled to Iowa because he married Ingeborg Larsine Larsen on 23 December 1917 at Anita, Cass County, Iowa. Anita is near Guthrie County where Mette and Jens Brandi were living, but half-way across Iowa from Howard Country where Poul and Lars were living and where Ingeman would next be found.
So the family must have moved in 1925 from Lime Springs, Iowa, to Worcester, Massachusetts.

Family Note



On 31 December 1926, Ingeman, Ingeborg and their daughter Mary were "removed & dismissed" from the membership list of Calvary Lutheran Church in Worcester, Massachusetts. No reason was given, but it may have been because they were going, or had already gone, back to Denmark. .
Source: Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Swedish American Church Records, 1800-1947, Url: www.ancestry.com, 1800-1947 Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Swedish American Church Records, 1800-1947
Name:Ingman Paulsen
Gender:Male
Event Type:Member List
Relation to Head:Head
Church:Calvary Lutheran Church
Spouse:Ingeborg Larsina Paulsen
Child:Mary Elizabeth Paulsen

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Poul Sorensen 1833-1906 Inger Marie Christendatter 1837-1906 Kristoffer Larsen ca 1816- Mette Kathrine Andersen ca 1843-
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Christen Poulsen 1862-1919 Ane Kristine Christoffersen 1866-1936
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Ingeman Poulsen 1893-1973