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John Edward Winblad (1856-1914) aka Johan Edvard Winblad
b. January 18, 1856, Anundsjö socken, Härnösand kommun, Västernorrlands län, Sweden
d. September 24, 1914, Farsund kommune, Vest-Agder, Norway
Ship's Mate and Longshoreman
Immigration: 1879, Härnösand, Sweden to Farsund, Norway
Immigration: 1886, Farsund, Norway to GreenwichNew York City, New York, USA
Immigration: 1910, Jersey City, New Jersey to Santa Barbara, Isle of Pines, Cuba
Immigrant Ancestor

NameEdit

  • John Edward Winblad, Johan Edvard Winblad, Jan Edvard Winblad

Source: Kari Jensen, Genealogist, 1998

BirthEdit

Source: Tomas Andersson, 2003

  • Date of Birth: May 1856

Source: US Census, New Jersey, 1900

  • Date of Birth: January 18, 1856

Source: Kari G. Jensen, genealogist, Glitregata 15, 3600 Kongsberg, Norway, 1998 Note: This appears to be incorrect

SiblingsEdit

Note: More children exist Source: Kari G. Jensen, Genealogist, Glitregata 15, 3600 Kongsberg, Norway, 1998

Immigration to NorwayEdit

  • Date of Immigration: November 20, 1879
  • Place of Emigration: Härnösand Kommun, Västernorrlands Län, Sweden
  • Place of Immigration: Farsund Kommune, Vest-Agder, Norway

Source: Kari G. Jensen, genealogist, 1998

MarriageEdit

He married in Oslo, Norway in 1884.

Migration to United StatesEdit

He arrived in wikipedia: New York City, New York in 1886 from Farsund, Norway

Migration to United StatesEdit

He arrived in wikipedia: New York City, New York in 1886 from Farsund, Norway

ChildrenEdit

  • Anton (Tony) Julius Winblad (1886-1975) b. April 05, 1886
  • Theodora Winblad (1888) d. Meningitis
  • Mary Winblad (1889-1890) d. Infantile Colic
  • Otto Edward Winblad (1892) d. Acute Bronchitis
  • Marie Elizabeth Winblad II (1895-1987) b. February 16, 1895
    • m. Arthur Oscar Freudenberg (1891-1968) February 28, 1914
  • John Edward Winblad II (1897-1899), aka Eddie Winblad, d. Bronchio Pneumonia
  • Otto Perry Winblad (1902-1977) b. August 05, 1902
    • m. Helen Louise Hollenbach (1905-1928) m. October 09, 1926
    • m. Leah Maria Way (1901-1986) m. June 05, 1933

Note: 7 children born, with 3 surviving infancy Note: 6 children born, with 2 living in 1900 Source: US Census, New Jersey, 1900-1920 Source: Richard Arthur Norton, 2003

Children:

    Anton (Tony) Julius Winblad (1886-1975)
         Buried in Desert Memorial Park, Palm Springs, California
    Theodora Winblad (1888)
         Buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York
    Mary Winblad (1889)
         Buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York
    Otto Edward Winblad (1892)
         Listed in New York City birth index as: Otto Edward Winbled [sic]
         Buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York
    Marie (Mae) Elizabeth Winblad (1895-1987) 
         Listed in New York City birth index as: Mary Weinblad [sic]
         Buried in Bay View Cemetery, Jersey City, New Jersey
    John (Eddie) Edward Winblad II (1897-1899)
         Buried in Bay View Cemetery, Jersey City, New Jersey
    Otto Perry Winblad (1902-1977)
         Buried in George Washington Cemetery, Paramus, New Jersey

Note: 7 children born, with 3 surviving infancy Source: Richard Arthur Norton, 2004

Citizenship:

    Date of Citizenship: between 1890-1895
    Place of Citizenship: Manhattan, New York

Note: It takes between 5 and 10 years from arrival Source: Richard Norton Estimate, 1998

Death:

    Date of Death:  September 24, 1914
    Place of Death: Farsund Kommune, Vest-Agder, Norway

Note: Otto Winblad moved to Jersey City when his parents died in Norway. Otto was living with Maria Winblad during the 1920 census. John Winblad attended the Wedding of Maria Elizabeth in 1914, then he visited his wife's family in Norway where they both died. Source: Maria Elizabeth Winblad, 1986 Source: Wedding Certificate, Marie Elizabeth Winblad, 1914 Source: Kari G. Jensen, Genealogist, Glitregata 15, 3600 Kongsberg, Norway, October 1998

BurialEdit

  • Place of Burial: Farsund Kommune, Vest-Agder, Norway

Source: Maria Elizabeth Winblad, 1986

OccupationEdit

  • "Mate" (1879)

Source: Kari G. Jensen, Genealogist, 1998

  • Stevedore on steamship line

Source: Judith Elizabeth Norton, 1998

  • Associated with steamship line

Source: Arthur Oscar Freudenberg, 1923

  • Superintendent of Longshoreman, Jersey City

Source: Thomas Patrick Norton II, 1998

  • Longshoreman (1900-1910)

Source: Census, New Jersey, 1900-1910

  • Foreman (1914)

Source: Kari G. Jensen, Genealogist, 1998

Home:

    Anundsjö Parish, Västernorrlands Län, Sweden (1856)

Source: Maria Elizabeth Freudenberg, 1987 Source: Kari G. Jensen, 1998

    Farsund Kommune, Vest-Agder, Norway (1885)

Source: Maria Elizabeth Freudenberg, 1987 Source: Kari G. Jensen, 1998

    540 Canal Street, Manhattan, New York County, New York City, New York, 10013-1304, USA (1886) 

Source: Birth Certificate, Anton Julius Winblad, 1886

    454 Washington Street, Manhattan, New York County, New York City, NY, 10013-1724, USA (1889)

Source: Birth Certificate, Mary Winblad, 1889

    447 Washington Street, Manhattan, New York County, New York City, NY, 10013-1723, USA (1892)

Source: Birth Certificate, Otto Edward Winblad, 1892

    294 West Houston Street, Manhattan, New York Co., New York City, NY, 10014-3624, USA  (1895) 

Source: Birth Certificate, Maria Elizabeth Winblad, 1895

    437 Wayne Street, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, 07302-3156, USA (1897-1910)

Source: Birth Certificate, John Edward Winblad II, 1897 Source: Death Certificate, John Edward Winblad II, 1899 Source: Deed, 437 Wayne Street, Jersey City, NJ, 1910 Source: Census, April 1910

    Isle of Pines, Cuba (1911-1913)

Source: Birth of Norman Winblad, 1911

    Summit Avenue?, Jersey City, New Jersey (1914) 

Source: Thomas Patrick Norton II, 1998

    Farsund Kommune, Vest-Agder, Norway (1914) 

Source: Selma Louise Freudenberg, 1998 Source: Kari G. Jensen, Genealogist, 1998

294 West Houston Street, Manhattan, New York (1890):

    Union, Jacob L. driver, h 294 W. Houston
    Deegan James, clerk, h r 294 W. Houston
    Ellsworth T. Gardner, hardware, 177 West, h 294 W. Houston
    Esdale Abel S. clerk, h r 294 W. Houston
    Greenfield Ignatz, tailor, 294 Stanton, h 391 E. Houston
    Lowery George W. carpenter, 218 W. Houston, h 294 W. Houston
    Luff Henry, cabinetmkr. 182 W. Houston, h 294 W. Houston
    Lowery George W. carpenter, 218 W. Houston, h 294 W. Houston
    Luft Henry, cabinetmkr. 182 W. Houston, h 294 W. Houston

Source: New York City Directory, 1890

MemoriesEdit

  • John Edward Winblad (1856-1914) by Richard Arthur Norton (1958- ):

"I remember my grandmother telling me that her father John Edward Winblad (1856-1914) always wanted to have a plantation, and that's why they moved to Cuba. I was never sure, from what she told me, if her and her brother Otto went to Cuba to live, or if they just visited there. She said her brother Anton had two of his children born there and that she rode a horse when she visited on the farm." Source: Richard Arthur Norton (1958- ), Written Testimony, 1999

  • John Edward Winblad (1856-1914) by Selma Louise Freudenberg (1921- ):

"John Winblad bought a plantation in Cuba when living in Jersey City. The plantation went bankrupt. Tony stayed behind and his two sons were born in Cuba (Norman & Roy). Anton, then Norman moved to California and later Earl moved to California. Earl, the third child was born in NY and married later on. After the bankrupcy they moved back to Summit Avenue in Jersey City. John and Salmine decided to visit back in Norway, but Maria stayed behind to collect the rent at the house they owned. John Winblad and Salmine Pedersen died in Norway. Maria Winblad met Arthur Oscar Freudenberg when he was a Sunday School teacher while she was living alone in Jersey City. May Winblad would ride her horse "Happy" bareback in Cuba." Source: Selma Louise Freudenberg (1921- ), Oral Testimony, 1998

John Edward Winblad (1856-1914) by Ann Josephine Winblad (1938- ):

    Anton said that his father was a ship captain.

Source: Ann Josephine Winblad, TelephoJanuary 24, 1999

John Edward Winblad (1856-1914) by Arthur Oscar Freudenberg (1891-1968):

    Arthur O. Freudenberg married, February 28, 1914, Maria E. Winblad, daughter of John and Salmine (Pedersen) Winblad, both now deceased, her father during his lifetime being associated with an ocean steamship line. Mr, and Mrs. Freudenberg are the parents of two daughters; Naida Muriel and Selma Louise.

Source: Arthur Oscar Freudenberg (1891-1968), 1923 Source: History of the Municipalities of Hudson County; Van Winkle, Daniel; 1923; p. 728-729

John Edward Winblad (1856-1914) by Thomas Patrick Norton II (1920- ):

    May Winblad would ride her horse in Cuba. May had a friend called Pedro in Cuba. The Winblads may have been trying to grow pineapples.

Note: It appears they were trying to grow citrus fruits, the confusion may arise from the name of the island, "Isla de Pinos:. Source: Thomas Patrick Norton II (1920- ), Oral Testimony, 1998

John Edward Winblad (1856-1914) by Judith Elizabeth Norton (1951- ):

    Maria Elizabeth Winblad (1895-1987) told me that John Winblad, her father was a stevedore on a ship. He ran away from home to work on a ship. The ship took him to Farsund, Norway where he met Salmine. John Winblad's father was the Dean of a women's college in nothern Sweden and he was very strict. Salmine's father was a baker in Farsund.

Note: Baker confirmed by Genealogist Source: Judith Elizabeth Norton (1951- ), Oral Testimony, 1998

Anton (Tony) Julius Winblad (1886-1975) by Susan Penny Van Deusen:

    Maria Elisabeth Winblad (1895-1987) told me that her mother was Salmine Pedersen, of Norway and her father was John Edward Winblad, of Sweden. She was born in New York City and when she was nine months old they moved to Jersey City and had a two family house built (1). In 1896 Jersey City was considered countrified, compared to lower Manhattan. There were fruit trees and dirt roads with horses and carriages. They had seven children and three lived beyond childhood. Anton was the oldest and Otto was the youngest. John (Eddie) Edward Winblad was a middle child and he died of pneumonia when grandma was four years old. One daughter died of whooping cough (pertussis). Eddie was buried in the Greenville section of Jersey City. Salmine Pedersen was the youngest child of her family and was two years old when her mother died. Her father was a baker and he never remarried after his wife died. He raised the 7 children on his own. John Edward Winblad’s father was the dean of a college in Sweden (2). The family had a cook and cleaning lady. John was attending college and was expected to be a priest when he ran away from home for 5 years (3). He met Salmine Pedersen in Norway (4). John Edward’s father later regretted forcing priesthood on John. In 1910 John Edward and his son Anton moved to the Isle of Pines in Cuba. They had a 4 bedroom house built with a living room and dining room In 1914 John Edward, Salmine and Otto went back to Norway, so Salmine could visit her father. They stayed at an aunt's house while there. They made trips to Sweden with Otto. They were there for less then a year when they both died. From age 17 (1914) on Maria was the head of the household taking care of Otto. She spent one and a half years herself in Cuba 

Notes: (1) The house was on Wayne Street, and it was sold in 1910 (2) There is a Scandinavian custom that the first born son inherits the family estate and the second born is destined for priesthood 3. John Edward Winblad’s father was Anton Julius Winblad I, he was a school teacher when John Edward was born 4. John Edward joined a ship as a mate in Harnosand, Sweden that took him to Farsund, Norway Note: This narrative was synthesized from Penny’s notes Source: Susan Penny Van Deusen (1952- ), Written Notes, circa 1980

Memoirs of Earle Vincent Winblad (1916- ) on Sweden:

    My father told me that there were 4 brothers in Sweden that were siblings of John Edward Winblad. Anton told me he that his father was a sea captain and that his room was filled with stamps and coins from all over the world. I asked him how to prounounce our name in Swedish and he said Vin-Lead, which meant wine grass. I asked Otto to teach me Swedish and he taught me to say "Thank You" and "Skoal".  Anton told me that the other brothers were scholars.

Source: Earl Vincent Winblad (1916- ), Telephone, March 03, 1999

Winblad Family Burial Plot:

    Bay View New York Bay Cemetery Association, 
    321 Garfield Avenue, Jersey City, Hudson County NJ 07047, USA
    Telephone: 201-433-2400
    Lot: 428; Grave 4 I North, New York Bay
    Owner: John Winblade [sic]

Deceased, Date Of Interment, Age

    Maria Elizabeth Winblad, d. 1987, age 92 years
    John Winblad, d. 1899, age 2 years
    Helen Freudenberg, d. 1989, age 60 years

Note: Helen was cremated and her ashes are deposited here Deceased Explained:

    Maria Elizabeth Winblad (1895-1987)
    John Edward Winblad (1897-1899)
    Helen Elizabeth Freudenberg (1928-1989)

Source: Bayview New York Bay Cemetery Association, 1998

Julia Lattin (1880-1960) on Cuba, 1960:

    "In the year (1909) my parents moved to the Isle of Pines, just south of Cuba, which was populated at that time by 90% Americans. They had expected that the United States would take it over, but several years later it was turned over to Cuba. My parents [Jarvis Andrew Lattin and Mary Jane Puckett] celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary [October 15, 1924] there, and my sister Eva, and I made them a suprise visit. They were so happy to see us. The boat made only two trips a week between Cuba and the island. we had our luggage inspected in Havana and spent one night there. It took about two hours to cross Cuba by train, and the boat was waiting for us. It was just an overnight trip to the Isle of Pines, and it was so calm there was hardly a ripple on the water. But we did experience a very bad hurricane while there. every one boards up their windows when they see the storm approaching. After Cuba took over the island, many of the Americans left and went back to the States as my parents did."

Source: Ancestors and Descendents of Jarvis Andrew and Mary Jane Lattin; McPheeters, Harold L.; 1989

John Edward Winblad (1856-1914) by Kari G. Jensen:

    Farsund was not a parish of its own until abt 1948, so I had to search a couple of parishes, but was able to find your people in the end. The following is the information I found: "Foreman" John Edvard Winblad, married, born 1856 in Härnösand, Sweden, died 24.9.1914. "Widow" Salmine Sofie Severine Winblad, born 1861 in Farsund, died 18.12.1914. The place Härnösand in Sweden is located along the coast, quite a ways north of Stockholm. For your information, I am able to do research in Sweden as well, through my local library. I have spent two hours on the search, and the best way to pay me is by check/MO in Norwegian kroner. If paid in USD, please add $10 for exchange fees.

Source: Kari.Jensen@dresser-rand.no Source: Kari G. Jensen, Genealogist, Glitregata 15, 3600 Kongsberg, Norway, October 1998

John Edward Winblad (1856-1914) by Kari G. Jensen:

    I could not find him in Härnösand, neither parish register or the census 1850-1870. Nor was there a women’s college there at that time. But, it was solvable and I have the following results: Born January 18, 1856 in Anundsjö parish, Västernorrland county, Johan Edvard. Parents: Elementary school teacher Anton Julius Winblad and his second wife Elsa Maria Elisabeth Naeslund. Johan Edvard received a certificate from Anundsjö to leave for Farsund, Norway on November 20, 1879. He was then a "mate". Anundsjö is a little northeast of Sollefteå, which again is north of Härnösand.

Source: Kari G. Jensen, Genealogist, Glitregata 15, 3600 Kongsberg, Norway, December 1998

Correspondence:

    From: Anton (Anthony) Julius Winblad II (1886-1975) Isle of Pines, Cuba 
    To: John Edward Winblad (1856-1914), Farsund, Norway
    Am sending you papers three times a week. That is some banana plant in the [background of this picture]. Dear Father and Mother, I wrote you about four weeks ago telling you about the map I sent three months ago, so if you don't get it please let me know, for I will try and get you one more. Am sending Otto a baseball by registered Mail and some more stamps. How do you like their picture? Tony

Note: John Edward died September 24, 1914, before this letter was mailed Source: Original Postcard, October 1914

1900 US Census, New Jersey:

    New Jersey, Hudson County, Roll 979, Book 1, Page 189
    Enumeration District 142, Sheet 06A, Line 07-11, Image 11/20
    437 Wayne Street, Jersey City, New Jersey, USA
    June 05, 1900

Household:

    John Winblad, head, b. May 1856, immigration 1886, married 17 years, longshoreman
    Salmina Winblad, wife, b. March 1862, immigration 1887
    Anthony Winblad, son, b. April 1886. Learning Making Candy
    Maria Winblad, daughter, b. February 1895

Note: Salmina immigrating 1887 seems incorrect since Anton was born in NYC in 1886 Note: 6 children with 2 living, married 17 years

    Anthony Pederson, boarder?, October 1872, married 4 years, immigration 1892, Longshoreman
    William Baxter, head, Shipping Clerk
    Hoarder? Hroma?, housekeeper, Dec 1872. b. NJ, parents from Germany

Household Explained:

    Johan (John) Edward Winblad (1856-1914)
    Salmine Sophia Selvine Pederson (1861-1914)
    Anton (Tony) Julius Winblad II (1886-1975)
    Marie (May) Elizabeth Winblad (1895-1987) 

Source: US Census, New Jersey, 1900

1910 US Census, New Jersey:

    New Jersey, Hudson County, Roll 892, Book 1, Page 80
    Enumeration District 175, Sheet 07A, Line 31-34, Image 13/25
    437 Wayne Street, Jersey City, New Jersey, USA
    April 23, 1910

Household:

    John Winblad, head, age 54, married 27 years, longshoreman, born in Sweden, emigration 1874 [sic], naturalized, 7 children, 3 living
    Salmina Winblad, wife, age 48, b. Norway
    Maria Winblad, Maria, age 15; b. New York
    Otto Winblad, age 7, b. New Jersey

Note: Emigration 1874 must mean 1884. They were married in 1883 and Anton was born in the USA in 1885. In 1874 Johan was at sea and Salmine was in Norway. Note: Anton was living on his own Household Explained:

    John Edward Winblad (1856-1914)
    Salmine Sophia Pederson (1861-1914)
    Maria Elizabeth Winblad (1895-1987) 
    Otto Perry Winblad (1902-1977) 

Source: US Census, New Jersey, 1910

People in Cuba 1909-1914: Winblads:

    Johan (John) Edward Winblad (1856-1914) Husband
    Salmine Sophia Selvine Pederson (1861-1914) Wife
    Anton (Anthony) Julius Winblad (1886-1975) Son of Johan, met Eva Lattin in Cuba
    Norman Edward Winblad (1911-1980) Son of Anton and Eva, born in Cuba
    Anthony (Roy) Leroy Winblad (1912-1970) Son of Anton and Eva, born in Cuba

Lattins:

    Jarvis Andrew Lattin (1853-1941) Husband
    Mary Jane Puckett (1854-1927) Wife
    Charles Haley Williams (1884-1960) Husband of Myrtle, met her in Cuba
    Myrtle Adelia Lattin (1884-1970) Daughter of Jarvis and Mary
    Eva Ariel Lattin (1892-1939) Daughter of Jarvis and Mary, Wife of Anton Winblad, age 18 in 1909

Pomeroys:

    Effie Jeanette Lattin (1895-1989)  Dau. of Jarvis and Mary, Wife of Josiah Pomeroy, age 14 in 1909
    Josiah Barnes Pomeroy (1882-1956) Husband of Effie
    Mary Jane Pomeroy (1914-1997) born in Cuba

Source: Richard Arthur Norton, 1999

Genetics:

     John Edward Winblad (1856-1914) has an extant male line carrying his Y Chromosome. He had seven children but only three of them lived to adulthood. The descendents of Anton (Tony) Julius Winblad (1886-1975), his son, carry his  Y-Chromosome through his male children. John Edward Winblad (1856-1914) is the great-grandfather of Richard Arthur Norton (1958- ) his genealogist.

Source: Richard Arthur Norton (1958- ), March 01, 2003

Y Chromosome Descendency of John Edward Winblad (1856-1914)Edit

  • 0. Anton Julius Winblad I (1828-aft1890)
    • 1. John Edward Winblad (1856-1914)
      • 2. Anton (Tony) Julius Winblad II (1886-1975)
        • 3. Norman Edward Winblad (1911-1980)
          • 4. Norman Charles Winblad (1937- )
          • 4. Raymond Frederick Winblad (1940-1984)
          • 4. Donald Anton Winblad (1950- )
            • 5. Donald Anton Winblad II (c1971- )
        • 3. Anthony (Roy) Leroy Winblad (1912-1970)
          • 4. Roy Anton Winblad (1945- )
            • 5. Eric A. Winblad (c1965- )
          • 4. Robert Theodore Winblad (1946- )

Note: The Y Chromosome of John Edward Winblad (1856-1914) is in more than six living people. Source: Richard Arthur Norton (1958- ), March 01, 2003

Chronology of Johan Edward Winblad (1855-1914): 1856 Birth of Johan Edvard Winblad in Anundsjö, Västernorrlands, Sweden on January 18th 1875 (circa) Run away from home to work as a mate on a ship 1879 Move to Farsund Kommune, Vest Agder, Norway from Anundsjö, Sweden on November 20th 1883 Marriage to Salmina Sophia Petersen in Farsund Kommune, Vest Agder, Norway 1884 Move to New York City from Farsund Kommune, Vest Agder, Norway 1886 Working as a laborer in New York City 1886 Living at 540 Canal Street, Manhattan, New York County, New York City, NY, 10013-1304, USA 1886 Birth of Anton (Anthony) Winblad II, his first child, in New York City on April 5th 1888 Blizzard leaves 20 inches of snow in New York and New Jersey on March 11th to 12th 1889 Living at 454 Washington Street, Manhattan, New York Co., New York City, NY, 10013, USA 1889 Birth of Mary Winblad, his second child, in New York City on August 12th 1890 US Census in April, later destroyed 1890 Death of Mary Winblad, his daughter, on July 4th 1892 Living at 447 Washington Street, Manhattan, New York Co., New York City, NY, 10013, USA 1892 Birth of Otto Edward Winblad, his child, on August 19th 1892 Death of Otto Edward Winblad, his child, on December 8th 1895 Working as a longshoreman 1895 Living at 294 West Houston Street, Manhattan, New York Co., New York City, NY, 10014, USA 1895 Birth of Maria (Mae) Elizabeth Winblad, his child, in New York City on February 16th 1895 (circa) Move to Jersey City, New Jersey from Manhattan, New York City 1895 (circa) Purchase of 437 Wayne Street, Jersey City, New Jersey 1897 Living at 437 Wayne Street, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, 07302-3156, USA 1897 Birth of John Edward Winblad II, his child, on August 28th 1898 U.S.S. Maine explodes in Havana Harbor on February 15th 1898 U.S. President William McKinley orders a blockade of Cuba on April 21 1898 U.S. Marines land at Guantánamo, Cuba on June 10th 1899 Living at 437 Wayne Street, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, 07302-3156, USA 1899 Death of John Edward Winblad II in Jersey City on September 24th 1900 Working as a longshoreman 1900 Family has a servant 1900 Living at 437 Wayne Street, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey 1900 US Census with John Edward Winblad as Head of Household on June 5th 1901 Return from trip to Norway on August 2nd 1902 Living at 437 Wayne Street, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, 07302-3156, USA 1902 Birth of Otto Winblad, his last child, on August 5th 1904 Treaty recognizing Cuba's sovereignty over Isle of Pines negotiated 1907 Isle of Pines no longer a US protectorate 1909 Move to Cuba of Jarvis Andrew Lattin and Mary Jane Puckett 1910 Working as a longshoreman 1910 (circa) Move to Isle of Pines, Cuba from Jersey City, NJ with his wife and Anton Julius Winblad 1910 Marriage of Anton Julius Winblad, his son, to Eva Ariel Lattin in Farmingdale, LI on April 17th 1910 Living at 437 Wayne Street, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey on April 23rd 1910 US Census with John Edward Winblad as Head of Household on April 23rd 1910 Sale of 437 Wayne Street, Jersey City, NJ on June 24th 1911 John and Salmine return from Cuba to New York aboard the "Saratoga" on March 21st 1911 Birth of Norman Winblad, his first grandchild, on Isle of Pines, Cuba on May 23rd 1912 Birth of Anthony Winblad, his second grandchild, on Isle of Pines, Cuba on September 9th 1913 (circa) Move to Jersey City, New Jersey from the Isle of Pines, Cuba 1913 (circa) Superintendent of Longshoreman in Jersey City, NJ 1914 Anton and Eva still on Isle of Pines, Cuba 1914 Witness for marriage certificate of Maria Winblad and Arthur Freudenberg 1914 Marriage of Maria Winblad, his daughter, to Arthur Freudenberg on February 28th 1914 Visit to Farsund, Norway with Otto Winblad, his son, and Salmine, Maria stays in NJ 1914 Visit to Sweden from Norway 1914 Death of John Winblad in Farsund, Vest-Agder, Norway on September 24th (age 58) Source: Richard Arthur Norton, 1999

Passenger Arrivals, New York from Havanna, Cuba:

    1911 Trip from Havanna, Cuba to New York, USA on March 21, 1911 aboard the ship "Saratoga"
         John Winblad, Southern District, NY, 1911, age 55, Johan (John) Edward Winblad (1856-1914)
         Salmine Winblad, 1911, age 50, Salmine Sophie Severine Pedersen (1861-1914)

Note: This is returning from original trip to Cuba

    1912 Trip from Havanna, Cuba to New York, USA on March 26, 1912 aborad ship "S.S. Havana"
         Otto Winblad, 1912, age 9, Otto Perry Winblad (1902-1977)
         May Winblad, 1912, age 17, Maria (May) Elisabeth Winblad (1895-1987)
    1912 Trip from Havanna, Cuba to New York, USA 
         Eva Winblad, 1912, age 28 (age 20 is correct), Eva Ariel Lattin (1892-1939)
         Norman Winblad, 1912, age 0, Norman Edward Winblad (1911-1980)

Note: Anton marries Eva Lattin on April 17, 1910 in NY, they meet in Cuba Note: This is Maria (May) returning from her 18 month trip, she marries in 1914

    1915 Trip from Havanna, Cuba to New York, USA on July 06, 1915 aboard  "S.S. Havana"
         Anthony Winblad, 1915, Anton (Anthony) Julius Winblad (1886-1975)
         Anthony Winblad, 1915, age 29, Anton (Anthony) Julius Winblad (1886-1975)
         Eva Winblad, 1915, age 23, Eva Ariel Lattin (1892-1939)
         Norman Winblad, 1915, age 2, Norman Edward Winblad (1911-1980)
    1924 Trip from Havanna, Cuba to New York, USA on November 11, 1924 aboard the ship "Siboney"
         Eva Winblad, New York City, 1924, age 32, Eva Ariel Lattin (1892-1939)
         Earl Winblad, New York City, 1924, age 8, Earl Vincent Winblad (1916- )

Note: This is the Jarvis and Mary anniversary trip that the Winblads and Lattins took Note: Lattins and Pomeroys also are in Cuba

Passenger Arrivals, New York from Christiansand, Vest-Agder, Norway:

    1915 Trip from Christiansand, Vest-Agder Norway to New York, USA on July 06, 1915
         Otto Winblad (1902-1977), Jersey City, NJ, 1915, age 11

Note: This is Otto returning to US to live with Maria Winblad after his parents die.


Germans to America, 1875-1888

    Winblad, Johann Age : 26 (b. 1857)
    Country of Origin : Unknown
    Arrival Date : June 03, 1883
    Final Destination : Denmark
    Ship's Name : Hohenstaufen
    Occupation : Butcher
    Gender : Male
    Purpose for Travel : Temporary visitor
    Mode of Travel : Steerage
    Manifest ID Number : 15974
    Country : Unknown

Note: This is year he married and the age is correct. Butcher for occupation seems odd, he is listed as a ships mate on other documents. He did travel around the world so it it is possible he is going to Denmark. Source: Germans to America, 1875-1888

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