Excuse for my mistake concerning your name. Since I wrote my previous e-mail I saw that you also made a Memorial for Queen Louise. For me it was interesting to read her biography. I hardly knew anything about this cousin of the Dutch King William III (1817-1890), great-great-grandfather of the present King Willem-Alexander. Her parents are buried in Delft.
Father: Willem Frederik Karel (1791-1881): 13039737 Mother: Luise (1808-1870): 36427507
Her father was a modest and liberal man, Grand Master National of the Dutch Freemasonry. When I was seven years old, my parents showed me your beautiful country, including Tivoli and Andersen's house, and some years ago I did the same with my own children.
The Memorial you made is lacking links to her parents. Her father was Duke William of Nassau (1792-1839): 35532636, her mother his second wife, Pauline von Nassau (1810-1856): 32754414. It may interest you that they were distant relatives of the Dutch Royal Family, to which her sister-in-law Louise, wife of king Karl XV, belonged.
Valdemar I Den Store Vil du venligst tilføje en familiær link til Valdemar? Han var min 24. Oldefar. Jeg prøvede at få fat i dig ved hjælp af linket 'Rediger' på hans mindesmærke, men muligheden for at gøre det var der ikke! Hans far var Sankt Knud, Memorial # 83318104 (forudsat det er godkendt, det er)! Tak meget.
question Hello, my name is Nancy Wilson Boyd. While visiting Find a Grave, I happened upon your site. My grandmother and great grandmother, uncles came to the US in 1895.When they were alive I was not interested in family history, so I seem to be on a trip to nowhere. My grandmother Sofia Emma Ystrom was born in Copenhagen in 1884. Her mother Mary married a Lars Ystrom Hansen. He was supposedly dead and did not come over to the US. He was suppose to have a pastry shop and did baking for the King of England (all say so). Just wondering if you could have had any Ystrom's in your family? Thank you.