New Design on Planet Nielsen

New Design on Planet Nielsen

We’re trying to enter the 21st century with an updated design and content management system. The old site is still available here while we input our content into the new system.

Enjoy!

dave

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    i will

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    I REALLY ENJOYED YOUR STORE OF GERALDINE SOMEHOW I FEEL HER. I WAS JUST ON LINE LOOKING TO SEE IF THERE WERE OTHER GERALDINE ROBINSON’S AND WHAT CONTRIBUTION THEY MADE. WE HAVE A LOT OF DRIVEN IDEA’S TO MAKE IT HAPPEN.

    MUCH LOVE

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    Mike Laybourn Says:
    July 25th, 2009 at 3:52 am
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    Hey Dave,

    I sent you an e-mail about advice in getting a MTB. Did you get it?

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    Dear Robinson family, I am Lilly Marguerite Robinson-Clark’s granddaughter. I was searching on your “Planet Nielsen” Web site, she was mentioned on page 143? I am also Eleanor M. Clark and Lowell O. Dixon’s daughter. Please contact me if you would like more info about our family. I would like to learn more about yours. I was named after Alice Robinson aka:”Aunt Bob”. Thanks, alicedixonbutler@yahoo.com

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    Samuel R. Rogers Says:
    March 28th, 2010 at 7:38 pm
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    There used to be some family history on here about my Great Grandfather Axel Nielsen, his life history in Denmark and Utah. I plan to visit Denmark soon and I would like to visit the town that he was born in. Is that information still available here?

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    Here is the page on Axel Christian Nielsen:

    http://www.planetnielsen.com/journals/axel_christian_nielsen_life.html

    Would love to hear about your trip and any other information you have on Axel or his ancestors.

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    Samuel R. Rogers Says:
    May 1st, 2010 at 2:52 pm
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    My wife and I just returned from a trip to Germany, Denmark, and Sweden that included visiting Sjorring, Thisted, Denmark. We rode the Eurail from Frankfurt, Germany to Sjorring. Thank you for sending me the information on our Great Grandfather Axel Nielsen. I showed the information and the picture to people that I met in Sjorring and they were very friendly and helpful to us. It is a beautiful part of Denmark, mostly farms and small towns. We stayed at the Hotel Thisted in thisted, about 5 miles north of Sjorring. A beautiful storybook type town at the very end of the rail line. We investigated some of the cemetaries in the area, Nielsen is a very common name there. I would need to spend more time there to really find out more about our ancestors, where their homestead was etc. Some of the friendliest people in the world are there, especially when they found out about my Danish heritage. I have picures that I will share, I am at equatorsam@yahoo.com

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    John Hardy Nielsen. from Denmark Says:
    May 4th, 2010 at 6:04 pm
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    I tryed to send a mail to the person i meet in Sjorring but the server on yahoo vill not accept the mailaddres you give me. I think your name is Samuel R. Rogers because yuo write in this page that you will wisit Sjorring. Mail to me and I will send some informations I has found to you.

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    John, I’d love to hear more about any family history info you have on the Sjorring region and Axel Christian Nielsen specifically. I’ve always wanted to travel to Denmark but it hasn’t happened yet. :>

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    John Hardy Nielsen. from Denmark Says:
    May 4th, 2010 at 10:17 pm
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    Hello Dave. I promised Samuel to look for informations about where Axel Chr. Nielsen parents lived but has not found it out yet, but i found out that Axel Chr.Nielsen was born the 3.aug 1851 instead of the 4.aug as written in your journal and he was cristend the 24.aug. 1851.

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    Samuel R. Rogers Says:
    May 5th, 2010 at 4:10 pm
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    We were walking around Sjorring, a small and beautiful farm town when this nice man appeared out of nowhere and began talking to us. He has the same last name Nielsen and I gave him the information that you sent me with our Great Grandfathers picture. He has found some more information on our ancestors. I will try and post it here. I cannot recommend enough that you try and visit this part of Denmark, it is magical there.

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    John Hardy Nielsen. from Denmark Says:
    May 18th, 2010 at 10:53 pm
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    I has found the place where Axel Chr. Nielsen’s parents lived until 1872, then they sold the farm and get a speciel form for pension in conection with the sale.The buildings does not exist any more. I can only see them on a map from 1860 who is edited until 1903. In the new map from 1903 there is none buildings there.Perhaps you know the year Axel Chr. Nielsen migrated to Utah. I will like to know it.

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    I try to sing in to check my schedule from home and i can’t, i call to support # and they said they do not work with that .What can i do
    Thanks Maria

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