JOHAN ERIC DANIELSON (ERIXON)
1860-1940 ( Wife unknown)
John Eric Danielson (Erixon) lived in his later years in Åled (pronounced O-laid)
which is about 15 miles East of Halmstad on the Denmark Straits.
During this time John Eric Danielson changed his name to ERIXON, (reason unknown)
Here his children were born. His children were given the first name of Johan and went by their middle names:
1. Johan Stinnus Erixon
2. Johan Alexus Erixon
3. Johan Irannius Erixon
4. JOHAN VITUS ERIXON
5. Johan Harold Erixon
Concerning the sons names, tradition indicates the sons disliked all their
middle names ending in "us". The night before Harold was to be baptised and
officially named, the older sons broke into the church and changed Harold's name leaving off the "us" ending.
The next day during the ceremony the priest read Harold's name and the "old man"
nearly had a stroke and went into a rage.
However, it had been officially declared and there was nothing to be done about it. Harold it was!.
JOHAN VITUS ERIXON b. 1884(Sweden) d.1959(NE) ||MARIA (MAJA) ELISABETH HAGELIN (pronounced My-yah) b. 1900(Swe) d.....(Ne)|
MARIA (MAJA) ELISABETH HAGELN was from Soderhamm, about midway up the coast on the Baltic Sea.
Johan and Maja met and married in Omaha, Nebraska.Had Issue
1. JOHN BYRON ERIXON b.Jan 21, 1924 (Ne)
2. James Roland Erixon b.May 28, 1933(Ne)
JOHN BYRON ERIXON |
1. Cynthia Erixon
2. STEPHEN MICHAEL ERIXON
3. John Erixon
*THE ARRIVAL IN AMERICA
JOHAN VITUS ERIXON arrived at Ellis Island, New York on October 2, 1905 aboard the SS Oscar II. He sailed from Copenhagen, Denmark to the United States at the age of twenty years and 3 months.
S/S Oscar II [old postcard]
Built by Alexander Stephen & Sons, Glasgow, Scotland, 1901. 10,012 gross tons; 515 (bp) feet long; 58 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engines.She carried 1,170 passengers (130 first class, 140 second class, 900 third class).
She had one funnel, two
masts (Schooner), twin screws and a speed
of 15 knots.
MARIA (MAJA) ELISABETH HAGELIN arrived at Ellis Island, New York in 1920 aboard the SS Potsdam. She sailed from Copenhagen, Denmark to the United States at the age of twenty.
Built by Blohm & Voss Shipbuilders, Hamburg, Germany, 1900. 12,835 gross tons; 571 (bp) feet long; 62 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engines, twin screw. Service speed 15 knots. 2,103 passengers (282 first class, 21 second class, 1,800 third class).
Built for Holland - America Line, Dutch flag, in 1900 and named Potsdam. Rotterdam-New York service. Sold to Swedish American Line, in 1915 and renamed Stockholm.
1. Donald Michael Perry II ©1920
2. VIRGINIA VAN PERRY B. Oct 26, 1924(La) d. Sep.27.1987(Ca)
3. Caroline Sue Perry Adptd (DC)