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Aksel Friis Homme

Mann 1888 - 1970  (82 år)    Har 347 aner og 60 etterkommere i Familietreet.

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  • Navn Aksel Friis Homme 
    Født 27 Jan 1888  Grimstad, Aust-Agder, Norway Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Homme, Aksel Friis - Fødsel-Dåp (Grimstad, Aust-Agder Ministerialbok 1888)
    Homme, Aksel Friis - Fødsel-Dåp (Grimstad, Aust-Agder Ministerialbok 1888)
    Døpt 29 Feb 1888  Grimstad, Aust-Agder, Norway Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Kjønn Mann 
    Kort Biografi
    Lars (Louie) og Axel Homme (skrevet av Emma Walker Homme)
    Lars (Louie) og Axel Homme (skrevet av Emma Walker Homme)
    Folketelling 1891  Fjære, Aust-Agder, Norway Find all individuals with events at this location 
    https://www.digitalarkivet.no/census/person/pf01052871000814 
    Folketelling 1900  Fjære, Aust-Agder, Norway Find all individuals with events at this location 
    https://www.digitalarkivet.no/census/person/pf01037200003465 
    Passasjerliste 8 Apr 1909  Liverpool, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Name: Aksel Homme
    Gender: Male
    Departure Date: 8 Apr 1909
    Port of Departure: Liverpool, England
    Destination Port: Halifax, Canada
    Ship Name: Tunisian
    Shipping Line: Allan Line
    Official Number: 111248
    Master: J A Fairfull 
    Aksel Friis Homme (1888-1970) - Travelling from Liverpool, England to Halifax, Canada on the 8th of April 1909 (UK and Ireland, Outward Passenger Lists, 1890-1960)
    Aksel Friis Homme (1888-1970) - Travelling from Liverpool, England to Halifax, Canada on the 8th of April 1909 (UK and Ireland, Outward Passenger Lists, 1890-1960)
    Tunisian - Allan Line - Poster
    Tunisian - Allan Line - Poster
    Border Crossing 25 Okt 1910  Sweet Grass, Montana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    1) No. on List 1
    2) Name in Full: Axel Homme
    3) Age: 23
    4) Sex: Male
    5) Married or Single: Single
    6) Calling or Occupation: Carpenter
    7) Able to Read/Write: Yes/Yes
    8) Nationality: Norway
    9) Race: Scandinavian
    10) Last Permanent Residence: Canada, Burtonsville
    11) The name and complete address pf nearest relative or friend in country whence alien came: Father, Ole Homme, Fevig, Norway
    12) Final Destination: Montana, Great Falls
    14) Whether having a ticket to such final destination: Yes
    15) By whom was passage paid?: Self
    16: Whether in possesion of $50 and if less, how much: $40
    17) Whether ever before in the United States: No
    18) Whether going to join a relative or Friend: No relative or friend
    19) Ever in prison or almshouse, or institution for care and treatment of the insane, or supported by charity: No
    20) Whether a Polygamist: No
    21) Whether an Anarchist: No
    22) Whether coming by reason of any offer, solicitation, promise, or agreement, express or implied, to labor in the United States: No
    23) Condition of Health, Mental and Physical: Good
    24) Deformed or crippled: No
    25) Height: 5 Feet, 6 Inches
    26) Complexion: Light
    27) Color of Hair/Eyes: Brown/Blue
    28) Marks of Identification: No marks
    29) Place of Birth: Norway, Grimstad
    30) Seaport of Landing: Halifax
    31) Date of Landing: Apr 16, 1909
    32) Name of SS: Tunisian
    33) Date of Examination: 25th Oct. 1910 
    Aksel Friis Homme (1888-1970) - List or Manifest of Alien Passengers Applying for Admission on the 25th Oct. 1910 (U.S., Border Crossings from Canada to U.S., 1895-1960)-a
    Aksel Friis Homme (1888-1970) - List or Manifest of Alien Passengers Applying for Admission on the 25th Oct. 1910 (U.S., Border Crossings from Canada to U.S., 1895-1960)-a
    Aksel Friis Homme (1888-1970) - List or Manifest of Alien Passengers Applying for Admission on the 25th Oct. 1910 (U.S., Border Crossings from Canada to U.S., 1895-1960)-b
    Aksel Friis Homme (1888-1970) - List or Manifest of Alien Passengers Applying for Admission on the 25th Oct. 1910 (U.S., Border Crossings from Canada to U.S., 1895-1960)-b
    Folketelling 1911  Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    Fifth Census of Canada, 1911. Event Place: Edmonton Sub-Districts 1-61, Alberta, Canada

    Line 22
    3) Name: Axel Homme
    5) Sex: Male
    7) Marital Status: Single
    8) Month of birth: Jan
    9) Year of birth: 1888
    10) Age at last birthday: 23
    11) Country or place of birth: Norway
    12) Year of immigration to Canada: 1909
    13) Year of naturalization: -
    14) Racial or tribal origin: Norwegian
    15) Nationality: Canadian (Text appears to have been erased and is barely legible)
    16) Religion: Lutheran
    17) Chief occupation or trade: Teamster
    19) Employer: No
    20) Employee: Yes
    21) Working on own account: No 
    Aksel Friis Homme (1888-1970) - Canada Census 1911
    Aksel Friis Homme (1888-1970) - Canada Census 1911
    Passasjerliste 23 Jul 1913  Liverpool, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Name: Axel Homme
    Gender: Male
    Age: 25
    Birth Date: 1888
    Departure Date: 23 Jul 1913
    Port of Departure: England, Liverpool
    Destination Port: Quebec, Canada
    Ship Name: Corsican
    Shipping Line: Allan Line
    Official Number: 124191
    Master: E Cook 
    Aksel Friis Homme (1888-1970) - Travelling from Liverpool, England to Quebeck on the 23th of July 1913 (UK and Ireland, Outward Passenger Lists, 1890-1960)
    Aksel Friis Homme (1888-1970) - Travelling from Liverpool, England to Quebeck on the 23th of July 1913 (UK and Ireland, Outward Passenger Lists, 1890-1960)
    Homestead Grant Register 22 Sep 1913  Alberta, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    Name: Axell Homme
    Application Date: 22 Sep 1913
    Place: Alberta, Canada
    Homestead Number: 506396
    Part: NE
    Section: 25
    Township: 50
    Range: 5
    Meridian: W5 
    Aksel Friis Homme (1888-1970) - Homestead Grant Register 1913 (Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, Canada, Homestead Grant Registers, 1872-1930)
    Aksel Friis Homme (1888-1970) - Homestead Grant Register 1913 (Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, Canada, Homestead Grant Registers, 1872-1930)
    Folketelling 1916  Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  [6
    Name: Axel Homnoe
    Gender: Male
    Racial or Tribal Origin: Norwegian
    Nationality: Norwegian
    Age: 28
    Marital Status: Single
    Birth Year: 1888
    Birth Place: Norway
    Year of Immigration: 1910
    Home in 1916: Edmonton West, Alberta, Canada
    Address: 50, 5, 5, Tomahawk
    Relation to Head of Household: Son
    Father: Lass Homnoe
    Sub-District: 15
    Sub District Description: Townships 50, 51, 52 and 53, whole or fractional, ranges 4, 5 and 6, W. 5. M., north of the North Saskatchewan River, including the Villages of Wabamun and Wabamun Beach
    Enumeration District: 15
    Enumerator's Name: Thomas T Clyde
    Dwelling House: 209
    Religion: Lutheran
    Naturalization Status: Alien
    Can Speak English: Yes
    Can Speak French: No
    Mother Tongue: Norwegian
    Can Read: Yes
    Can Write: Yes
    Occupation: Farmer
    Employment Status: Working on Own Account
    Employer: On Farm
    Household Members: 2 
    Lars Tobias Homme (1856-1937) and Aksel Friis Homme (1888-1970) - Canada Census 1916 (1916 Canada Census of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta)
    Lars Tobias Homme (1856-1937) and Aksel Friis Homme (1888-1970) - Canada Census 1916 (1916 Canada Census of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta)
    Homestead Grant Register 19 Jun 1918  Burtonsville, Alberta, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Grant Date: 24 Feb 1925 
    Aksel Friis Homme (1888-1970) - Homestead Grant Register 1918 (Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, Canada, Homestead Grant Registers, 1872-1930)
    Aksel Friis Homme (1888-1970) - Homestead Grant Register 1918 (Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, Canada, Homestead Grant Registers, 1872-1930)
    Homestead Application 19 Jun 1918  Burtonsville, Alberta, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    Name: Axel Homme
    Gender: Male
    Age: 30
    Birth Year: 1888
    Birth Country: Norway
    Application Date: 19 Jun 1918
    Homestead Place: Alberta, Canada
    Residence Year: 1918
    Residence Place: Burtonsville, Alberta, Canada
    File Number: 1785996
    Coordinates: frac sw
    Section: 19
    Township: 50
    Range: 4
    Meridian: 5 
    Aksel Friis Homme (1888-1970) - Homestead Application 1918 (Alberta, Canada, Homestead Records, 1870-1930)
    Aksel Friis Homme (1888-1970) - Homestead Application 1918 (Alberta, Canada, Homestead Records, 1870-1930)
    Død 20 Aug 1970  Burtonsville, Alberta, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Aksel Friis Homme (1888-1970) - Registration of Death (Department of Public Health, Division of Vital Statistics, Alberta, Canada, 1970)
    Aksel Friis Homme (1888-1970) - Registration of Death (Department of Public Health, Division of Vital Statistics, Alberta, Canada, 1970)
    Minneord / Nekrolog 22 Aug 1970 
    Aksel Homme (1888-1970) - Funeral Notice in Edmonton Journal on the 22th of August 1970
    Aksel Homme (1888-1970) - Funeral Notice in Edmonton Journal on the 22th of August 1970
    HOMME -- On August 20, 1970, Mr. Aksel Friis Homme of Burtonsville, Alterta, passed away. He leaves to mourn his loss besides his loving wife, Emma; four sous, William of Alix, Cecil of Burtonsville, Lewis of Stony Plain, and Melvin of Red Deer; three daughters, Mrs. Albert (Bernice) Asback of Warburg Mrs. Dick (Lilly) Wheadon of Whitecourt, and Mrs. Zoltan (Norma) Petrico of Edmomton; twenty-six grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and one Brother in Norway.

    Funeral services will be held on Monday at 2:00 p.m. at the Free Methodist Church in Burtonsville. Reverend George Harriman will officiate and interment will take place in the Burtonsville Cemetery. Foster and McGarvey Limited, Funeral Directors.
    Gravlagt 24 Aug 1970  Burtonsville Cemetery, Burtonsville, Edmonton Census Division, Alberta, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Aksel Friis Homme (1888-1970) and Emma Cathrine Walker (1900-1981) - Headstone
    Aksel Friis Homme (1888-1970) and Emma Cathrine Walker (1900-1981) - Headstone
    Minneord / Nekrolog 29 Aug 1970 
    Aksel Homme (1888-1970) - Obituary in Red Deer Advocate (Canada) on the 29th of August 1970
    Aksel Homme (1888-1970) - Obituary in Red Deer Advocate (Canada) on the 29th of August 1970
    Pioneer, 82, Dies
    A longtime resident or Burtonsville Aksel Homme died Aug. 20. He was 82.

    Mr. Homme was born in Fevik, Norway in 1888 and came to Canada in 1909. He moved directly to Burtonsville where he resided until his death. He was a blacksmith and farmer and worked as a logger with sawmills around Buck Lake and on the North Saskatchewan River drives. Burtonsville is some 40 miles west of Edmonton.

    He is survived by his wife Emma: four sons, William at Alix, Cecil at. Tomahawk. Lewis at Stony Plain and Melvin at Red Deer: three daughters, Mrs. Albert Osback of Warberg, Mrs. Richard Wheadon of Whitecourt and Mrs. Zoltan Petriko of Edmointon: 26 grandschildren and two great-grandchildren

    Burial was at the Burtonville Cemetary.
    Beskrivelse i Litteratur 1974  [8
    The Homme Family (Tomahawk Trails, 1974, page 258-264)
    The Homme Family (Tomahawk Trails, 1974, page 258-264)
    Homme Family
    Lars Homme came to Alberta from Poplar, Minnesota in 1906 and took up homesteading at Burtonsville that same spring. There was no post office at Burtonsville at that time so his mail came to Mewassin. Heavy supply wagons brought supplies to logging camps. There was some logging being done in this area as well as farther west. He built himself a dug out in the hillside, covered it with tamarack poles with birch bark and sod on top and lived there until he built his house. That summer, after he moved out he used it for his pig house and it was still in use in 1915 when the birch bark rotted and the shed began to leak. He was handy with carpenter tools and made his own furniture. His home-made rocker is still in the family, along with many other articles he made. He built himself a blacksmith shop and was known far around as "Old Louie the Blacksmith." His broad axe and anvil shown in the picture is still a relic in the family possessions.

    In 1909 his nephew Axel Homme joined him. Axel was a rivetter who worked at the ship yards at Fevik, Norway since he was 15 years old. Now he was 21 and like his uncle, a handyman all around. They spent many long evenings by coal oil lamps whittling birch picture frames and other articles used in their carpenter work.

    Axel then took up a homestead. His first choice was in the Tomahawk area. He built a shack of logs and lived there one winter. However it was too far to walk back and forth to see Uncle Louie. Since he had learned a bit of English, he went working in the logging camps. He then filed on a homestead one mile north of his Uncle Louie's, built a log shack again and lived there when he was not on the river drive or in the camp.

    As small as wages were, he saved money for a trip home to Norway by 1912. So on October 4, 1912 he left the drive at the Holborn ferry site. During the night a snow fall of four inches came so he went home and prepared for his leave to Norway.

    In August 1913 he arrived back in Alberta and again he went on river drives and worked in logging camps until 1933. He knew many men who would come up river in the summer and try their luck rolling logs. Among them was a man named Bill Powers. He was a church-going man who believed in prayer before work. He went out to roll logs one morning and some of the men saw him standing with a long face. So they asked Bill what was wrong. "Ah!" he says, "I forgot to say my Geesly prayers this morning." After that he went by the name of "Geesly Bill."

    This picture enclosed shows Axel on a log out in the river stream crossing to the wannigan for dinner. Boatsmen picked him off the log before he got all the way across.

    Then there was the time in 1912 when, during the night, the cook and sleeping quarters wannigan hit a drift or peer and sunk, sending everything into the swollen torrent. Fortunately no lives were lost. Some of the men from this area had gone home for the night and missed the disaster. Some old timers might remember how long it was before the driving resumed. However, it was quite some time; many articles of clothing, bedding, pots, pans, etc. were picked out of the drift piles. The cook's little dog was rescued days later after being stranded in a drift; miles down river from the accident.

    Axel came home from the drive that summer to find his Uncle Louie had been injured by a pet steer. He had climbed a wood pile to get away from the animal and finally managed to get inside the house; he sat for three days in his rocker without food or drink.

    In those early days in winter the Indians used a trail crossing Old Louie's land, mostly by pack horse. There was a spot near the south west corner where they would camp; here many arrow heads and scrapers were found. The Indians built contraptions (I don't know what they were called) but they were straight willow poles approximately 2½ inches at the butt and 6 to 8 feet long. It seems to me as I saw two old broken-down ones where the big end had been forced into the ground about a foot apart, deep enough to hold it firm and placed to form a circle. The tops were pulled down to the centre resembling a rounded basket up-side down. In the centre were large stones which were heated and the poles covered with skins; then water was poured over the hot stones. That was the way they made their steam bath. The information as to what these were used for was obtained from Stanley MacDougall.

    The Indians had a trail through here, (I am not sure just where) but the half-breeds used it in later years. They would take a team, sleighs and pack horses; go toward Rocky Mountain House and trap for a month or more at a time. I have seen lynx that they were thawing to skin.

    A half-breed family, the father a one-armed man; (his name was Louie Toyie) his arm was torn off by a bear. However, he had five sons and lived on a homestead in this area. One son died young, leaving a wife and family. Before moving from the Lac. Ste. Anne area, a son, Martin at the age of 15 got lost while hunting and froze both feet. In order to save his life the mother sawed both his feet off with a hand saw. Talk about courage! One story goes that they filled Martin with moonshine so he couldn't feel the pain — but what an ordeal for a mother!

    This Louie was a great trapper, even though he was very old. Martin lived with his parents; his mother made him soft pads for his legs of rabbit fur and covered them with deer skin. He would often be seen beside the wagon trail part way between his home and one of his brothers, always carrying a knife and whittling when he stopped to rest. Old Louie and Axel thought it would be a real interesting thing to make Martin a pair of wooden legs. I don't know if he walked much with them, however, he could put them on and get on and off his horse; it made riding much easier.

    The half-breeds all sold out in 1917. Some went to St. Albert and most of them went to Wabamun where Martin and his father made their home for awhile. Louie was known as "Old Wha Wha," or the "One Arm Man." The children we went to school with said Wha Wha meant "my goodness." Sometimes when we children would meet him on our way home from school he would act as though he hadn't seen us and as he passed us he would jump and yell "Wha Wha," which frightened us; then he would laugh.
    Around 1910 or so there were three wagon loads of these people who went west, crossing the Tomahawk Creek here on the river flat south of John Scheideman's building site. The banks were very high and the creek wide, a long, flimsy pole bridge was the only crossing. That morning they had gone on top of the hill west of the now Shoal Lake School site and picked blueberries which would be dried for winter. They would melt lard to coat them and sprinkled with sugar they were quite good. However, two wagons crossed this bridge on the way home and the third wagon broke through throwing Martin's mother into the creek where she hit her head on a boulder and was killed instantly. So they went to Old Louie and Axel Homme to build her a coffin. They then took the body to Lac. Ste. Anne.

    No one knew exactly how old Louie really was; some said at least 106 years. His birthday was New Year's Day and mom knit him a woollen mitt for his 95th birthday the winter of 1913. He lived to see the 20's. Each birthday until 1917 mom would make him a mitt!

    Once in a great while some of the boys we went to school with us stopped in to say hello which was a joy. The men would make snares and catch rabbits; the women would skin them, cut them into long, narrow strips, tack them to a long pole and fasten that to a building or a solid post and raise it high in the air where the wind would whip and the frost would help make these skins soft and pliable. There were frames about 55 by 55 inches which the skins could be fastened to; they then were woven into robes. These robes were sold for a high price.

    In 1919, my dad, D. H. Walker bought the land when all the half-breeds moved away.
    Axel rented the land in 1919; there was a small log shack on the river bank and inside Axel noticed a pole. Nailed on one end right in the centre was a long, narrow box. He investigated and found Martin's two feet, all dried of course, but complete and sawed off just above the ankles. The hardships they went through only eternity will tell.

    But they were surely good neighbors and ready to help when whites refused.

    This has been written by memory from conversation of Axel and his Uncle Louis Homme. Although I did not know Old Wha Wha, I know that even his grandson did not know his name was Louie; they called him Wha Wha. However, I did know Martin and also saw his feet when Axel opened the box. We replaced the box and were sorry later as the renters destroyed them.

    Old Louie Homme never did get married; he passed away on December 6, 1937.

    Axel married Emma Walker on November 30, 1916. We were married in Edmonton in the parsonage beside the big MacDougall Church by Pastor Armstrong. We left Edmonton at 3 p.m. the same day by heavy lumber wagon.

    We celebrated our 50th wedding anniversary in 1966 with all our children present. There are now 28 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. Axel passed away on August 20, 1970.
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    Person ID I57  Servan Homme
    Sist endret 4 Mai 2021 

    DNA tester  2 DNA tester er linket til Aksel Friis Homme 

    Far Aner Ole Andreas Andreassen Homme,   f. 17 Mar 1849, Omland, Fjotland, Vest-Agder, Norway Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1 Okt 1928, Fevik, Aust-Agder, Norway Find all individuals with events at this location  (Alder 79 år) 
    Mor Aner Ida Marie Fredriksdatter Solberg,   f. 27 Mai 1856, Solberg, Kvinesdal, Vest-Agder, Norway Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 5 Nov 1936, Fevik, Aust-Agder, Norway Find all individuals with events at this location  (Alder 80 år) 
    Gift 8 Jan 1888  Fjære Kirke, Aust-Agder, Norway Find all individuals with events at this location  [9
    Homme, Ole Andreas Andreassen og Ida Marie Fredriksdatter Solberg - Ekteskap (Grimstad, Aust-Agder Ministerialbok 1888)
    Homme, Ole Andreas Andreassen og Ida Marie Fredriksdatter Solberg - Ekteskap (Grimstad, Aust-Agder Ministerialbok 1888)
    Famile ID F16  Gruppeskjema  |  Familiediagram

    Familie Aner Emma Catherine Walker,   f. 5 Mai 1900, Wellington, Kansas, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Sep 1981, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  (Alder 81 år) 
    Gift 30 Nov 1916  Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Barn 
    Gift: 1x  1. Mann William Oliver Homme,   f. 24 Nov 1917, Wabamun, Parkland, Alberta, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Mar 1991, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  (Alder 73 år)
    +  2. Mann Cecil Andrew Homme,   f. 17 Mai 1919, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 Apr 1995, Drayton Valley, Alberta, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  (Alder 75 år)
    +  3. Mann Axel Lewis Eugene Homme,   f. 6 Jul 1922, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 Mar 2005, Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  (Alder 82 år)
    +  4. Kvinne Doreen Bernice Homme,   f. 20 Apr 1932, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 30 Nov 2018, Red Deer County, Alberta, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  (Alder 86 år)
    +  5. Mann Nålevende
    +  6. Kvinne Nålevende
    +  7. Kvinne Nålevende
    Sist endret 1 Mai 2014 
    Famile ID F22  Gruppeskjema  |  Familiediagram

  • Hendelseskart
    Link til Google MapsFødt - 27 Jan 1888 - Grimstad, Aust-Agder, Norway Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsDøpt - 29 Feb 1888 - Grimstad, Aust-Agder, Norway Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsFolketelling - Fifth Census of Canada, 1911. Event Place: Edmonton Sub-Districts 1-61, Alberta, Canada Line 22 3) Name: Axel Homme 5) Sex: Male 7) Marital Status: Single 8) Month of birth: Jan 9) Year of birth: 1888 10) Age at last birthday: 23 11) Country or place of birth: Norway 12) Year of immigration to Canada: 1909 13) Year of naturalization: - 14) Racial or tribal origin: Norwegian 15) Nationality: Canadian (Text appears to have been erased and is barely legible) 16) Religion: Lutheran 17) Chief occupation or trade: Teamster 19) Employer: No 20) Employee: Yes 21) Working on own account: No - 1911 - Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsHomestead Grant Register - Name: Axell Homme Application Date: 22 Sep 1913 Place: Alberta, Canada Homestead Number: 506396 Part: NE Section: 25 Township: 50 Range: 5 Meridian: W5 - 22 Sep 1913 - Alberta, Canada Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsFolketelling - Name: Axel Homnoe Gender: Male Racial or Tribal Origin: Norwegian Nationality: Norwegian Age: 28 Marital Status: Single Birth Year: 1888 Birth Place: Norway Year of Immigration: 1910 Home in 1916: Edmonton West, Alberta, Canada Address: 50, 5, 5, Tomahawk Relation to Head of Household: Son Father: Lass Homnoe Sub-District: 15 Sub District Description: Townships 50, 51, 52 and 53, whole or fractional, ranges 4, 5 and 6, W. 5. M., north of the North Saskatchewan River, including the Villages of Wabamun and Wabamun Beach Enumeration District: 15 Enumerator's Name: Thomas T Clyde Dwelling House: 209 Religion: Lutheran Naturalization Status: Alien Can Speak English: Yes Can Speak French: No Mother Tongue: Norwegian Can Read: Yes Can Write: Yes Occupation: Farmer Employment Status: Working on Own Account Employer: On Farm Household Members: 2 - 1916 - Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsGift - 30 Nov 1916 - Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsHomestead Grant Register - Grant Date: 24 Feb 1925 - 19 Jun 1918 - Burtonsville, Alberta, Canada Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsHomestead Application - Name: Axel Homme Gender: Male Age: 30 Birth Year: 1888 Birth Country: Norway Application Date: 19 Jun 1918 Homestead Place: Alberta, Canada Residence Year: 1918 Residence Place: Burtonsville, Alberta, Canada File Number: 1785996 Coordinates: frac sw Section: 19 Township: 50 Range: 4 Meridian: 5 - 19 Jun 1918 - Burtonsville, Alberta, Canada Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsBarn - Cecil Andrew Homme - 17 Mai 1919 - Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsBarn - Axel Lewis Eugene Homme - 6 Jul 1922 - Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsBarn - Doreen Bernice Homme - 20 Apr 1932 - Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsDød - 20 Aug 1970 - Burtonsville, Alberta, Canada Link til Google Earth
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  • Bilder
    Ole Andreas Andreassen Homme med familien (1897)
    Ole Andreas Andreassen Homme med familien (1897)
    Ole Andreas og Aksel Friis Homme
    Ole Andreas og Aksel Friis Homme
    Aksel Friis Homme (1910)
    Aksel Friis Homme (1910)
    Aksel Friis Homme, Emma Catherine Walker og 2 barn
    Aksel Friis Homme, Emma Catherine Walker og 2 barn
    Aksel Friis Homme og Emma Catherine Walker
    Aksel Friis Homme og Emma Catherine Walker
    Aksel Friis Homme med fisk i Kanada
    Aksel Friis Homme med fisk i Kanada

    Historier
    Stories and descriptions about Aksel Friis Homme
    Stories and descriptions about Aksel Friis Homme

  • Kilder 
    1. [S60] Aust-Agder fylke, Grimstad, Ministerialbok nr. A 2 (1882-1912), Fødte og døpte 1888, side 74., http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:NBN:no-a1450-kb20051219010885.jpg.

    2. [S5606] UK and Ireland, Outward Passenger Lists, 1890-1960 (Ancestry.com).

    3. [S5608] U.S., Border Crossings from Canada to U.S., 1895-1960 (Ancestry.com).

    4. [S5605] Canada Census 1911, https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:2768-KZ7.

    5. [S5604] Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, Canada, Homestead Grant Registers, 1872-1930 (Ancestry.com).

    6. [S5609] 1916 Canada Census of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta (Ancestry.com).

    7. [S5607] Alberta, Canada, Homestead Records, 1870-1930 (Ancestry.com).

    8. [S6238] Tomahawk Trails, Tomahawk Trails Book Club and Silver Tops Club, (Tomahawk, Alberta, 1974), Side 258-264.

    9. [S8] Aust-Agder fylke, Grimstad, Ministerialbok nr. A 3 (1882-1910), Ekteviede 1888, side 17., https://media.digitalarkivet.no/kb20051206010021.