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276 Gunnar Axelsson's Memories of Reine

"Reine Grahn has left us forever. He was born at Berghem, Skrstad, in 1926. In the beginning of the 1930s the family moved to (a little farm) on the shore of lake Vttern at lmstad, Hovaskogs rast (1) north of the village of Gunneryd. Reine was the eldest of six siblings. At that time there was no way for motor traffic to the houses on the "rast", but there was still regular boat-traffic to Jnkping and a landing-stage at Gunneryd, and some other places along the eastern shore of the lake Vttern.

Those who have walked "Norre stig", (a steep path) from the "rast" and about two kilometers up the steep mountain to the village of Hovaskog, and then further four kilometers up to the school of lmstad, have walked Reine's school way. At that time one had to go to school even on Saturdays. Reine and I walked together to school from Hovaskog. By the side of the narrow village-way lay a big stone, which was our meeting place, where we used to wait for one another. If one of us walked without waiting for the other, he marked this out by putting a little stone on the top of the big one. This meant that he had walked away alone. Nowadays the SMS is used for communication.

Today young people can't understand the conditions of that time. To go to school was a privilege and nobody shirked the school. Certainly life sometimes was hard for people living at Hovaskogs "raster". Reine and his siblings become all very assiduous and trained for different professions.

After six years in school we had to start working. Reine and I worked for some time at a furniture factory, called Karl Andersson and Sons. Sometimes we spoke about the possibility of studying and later on applying for employment as policemen. In 1949 we both began studying at Vrnamo People's High School, and we shared a room at the boarding-house of the school. After that we were engaged as policemen and were educated at the Police School in Malm 1951-1952. Reine served thereafter during a long period with the UN in Korea.

Reine studied 1958-1959 at the Police School in Stockholm, and he was now educated for more advanced works with the police force. He began work at the Criminal Police Department and from 1965-1991 he worked together with some colleagues at the Technical Section. There they did investigations connecting to bigger violent crime, different fire-causes and so on in the whole province. During the last years of his service Reine was the chief of this section. He was a very clever policeman, his carefulness and his capacity for analysis fitted well in his work.

We all remember Reine as a discreet and kindly man. He was a very esteemed comrade and colleague. Most important in his life were his family, the house in xnehaga and the summer-house in Mlen (2). Reine was a clever sportsman and he had most success in orienteering. The forest and the wild bird life were the environment he liked best. He was an open-air life man and when he was 60 he passed all the tests for "A Swedish Classic" (3).

He joined walking-excursions together with some of his retired friends from the police force until the sickness made it impossible. We are many who miss Reine but we also have many beautiful memories of him. We give many thoughts to his wife Birgitta, his children Cecilia and Patric and there families.

Gunnar Axelsson

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(1) A rast is a cultivable strip of land between the shore and a steep mountain.
(2) Mlen is a beautiful little village situated on a lake east of Jnkping.
(3) A Swedish Classic (in Swedish En Svensk Klassiker) is the name of a competition, which consists of four events that must all be completed in the same year. To earn the right to call yourself En Svensk Klassiker you must complete;

Vasaloppet - Cross country skiing competition, 90 km from Ster to Mora in Dalarna parish.
Vtternrundan - Bicycle 300 km around lake Vttern.
Vansbrosimmet - Swim 3 km (2 km downstream in Vansbron and 1 km upstream in Vsterdallven).
Lidingloppet - A 30 km run in Stockholm.
See A Swedish Classic for details of the competition. 
Grahn, John Reine Ingvar (I257)
 
277 Gunnar Axelsson's Memories of Reine

"Reine Grahn has left us forever. He was born at Berghem, Skrstad, in 1926. In the beginning of the 1930s the family moved to (a little farm) on the shore of lake Vttern at lmstad, Hovaskogs rast (1) north of the village of Gunneryd. Reine was the eldest of six siblings. At that time there was no way for motor traffic to the houses on the "rast", but there was still regular boat-traffic to Jnkping and a landing-stage at Gunneryd, and some other places along the eastern shore of the lake Vttern.

Those who have walked "Norre stig", (a steep path) from the "rast" and about two kilometers up the steep mountain to the village of Hovaskog, and then further four kilometers up to the school of lmstad, have walked Reine's school way. At that time one had to go to school even on Saturdays. Reine and I walked together to school from Hovaskog. By the side of the narrow village-way lay a big stone, which was our meeting place, where we used to wait for one another. If one of us walked without waiting for the other, he marked this out by putting a little stone on the top of the big one. This meant that he had walked away alone. Nowadays the SMS is used for communication.

Today young people can't understand the conditions of that time. To go to school was a privilege and nobody shirked the school. Certainly life sometimes was hard for people living at Hovaskogs "raster". Reine and his siblings become all very assiduous and trained for different professions.

After six years in school we had to start working. Reine and I worked for some time at a furniture factory, called Karl Andersson and Sons. Sometimes we spoke about the possibility of studying and later on applying for employment as policemen. In 1949 we both began studying at Vrnamo People's High School, and we shared a room at the boarding-house of the school. After that we were engaged as policemen and were educated at the Police School in Malm 1951-1952. Reine served thereafter during a long period with the UN in Korea.

Reine studied 1958-1959 at the Police School in Stockholm, and he was now educated for more advanced works with the police force. He began work at the Criminal Police Department and from 1965-1991 he worked together with some colleagues at the Technical Section. There they did investigations connecting to bigger violent crime, different fire-causes and so on in the whole province. During the last years of his service Reine was the chief of this section. He was a very clever policeman, his carefulness and his capacity for analysis fitted well in his work.

We all remember Reine as a discreet and kindly man. He was a very esteemed comrade and colleague. Most important in his life were his family, the house in xnehaga and the summer-house in Mlen (2). Reine was a clever sportsman and he had most success in orienteering. The forest and the wild bird life were the environment he liked best. He was an open-air life man and when he was 60 he passed all the tests for "A Swedish Classic" (3).

He joined walking-excursions together with some of his retired friends from the police force until the sickness made it impossible. We are many who miss Reine but we also have many beautiful memories of him. We give many thoughts to his wife Birgitta, his children Cecilia and Patric and there families.

Gunnar Axelsson

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(1) A rast is a cultivable strip of land between the shore and a steep mountain.
(2) Mlen is a beautiful little village situated on a lake east of Jnkping.
(3) A Swedish Classic (in Swedish En Svensk Klassiker) is the name of a competition, which consists of four events that must all be completed in the same year. To earn the right to call yourself En Svensk Klassiker you must complete;

Vasaloppet - Cross country skiing competition, 90 km from Ster to Mora in Dalarna parish.
Vtternrundan - Bicycle 300 km around lake Vttern.
Vansbrosimmet - Swim 3 km (2 km downstream in Vansbron and 1 km upstream in Vsterdallven).
Lidingloppet - A 30 km run in Stockholm.
See A Swedish Classic for details of the competition. 
Grahn, John Reine Ingvar (I5741)
 
278 11 47A,B Olsson, Gerda (I276253)
 
279 1865 i Edsberg (Örebro län, Närke)
TYPE Settlement
DATE 1880
PLAC Welanda Edsberg Örebro 
jonsdotter, (maria) lovisa (I967453)
 
280 A memorial service is being planned for Ionia after the holidays, with interment in the family plot at Tuttle Cemetery. Weisgerber Johnson, Alice Walera (I5362)
 
281 Carl and Mathilda were married at 8 o'clock in the evening by PastorGullander in the Swedish Episcopal Church in Litchfield, MN.Witnesses at the wedding were Ida A Ecklund, Tille Ecklund, WilliamHarman, and O.A. Olson. Family F596
 
282 Egils liv, dåd och diktning handlar Eigla, Egil Skallagrimssons saga, vilken är en av de mest framstående och längsta isländska släktsagorna. Den kan vara skriven av Snorre Sturlasson, som var släkt med Egil.[1] Den är baserad på de rika isländska berättelserna om landets store skald och hjälte, samt innehåller även många av Egils kväden. Sagan berättar att Egil redan som pojke var otroligt stark och stridslysten. Att släkten utvandrade till Island hade sin grund i att det skar sig i relationerna med kung Harald Hårfager, som började frukta denna starka släkt på grund av illvilligt förtal från en kunglig rådgivare. Egil gick redan som ung i viking, och kom så småningom att tillsammans med sin bror Torolf att strida på den engelske kungen Athelstans sida i det berömda slaget vid Brunanburh 937. Bröderna hade stor delaktighet i anglosaxarnas seger, men Torolf stupade under slaget.
il återvände efter detta till Island där han gifte sig med Asgerd, som hade ett stort arv att hämta i Norge. När Egil for dit för att kräva dessa tillgångar blev han hindrad av kung Erik Blodyx och dennes gemål, Gunhild. Detta ledde till att Egil reste en nidstång över kungaparet, och dessutom slog han ihjäl deras son Ragnvald. Därpå återvände Egil till Island och levde på släktgården Borg en tid. Han gick emellertid senare till sjöss igen, varpå man hamnade i sjönöd och drev med vinden till Northumberland, där nu den från Norge fördrivne Erik Blodyx var installerad som underkonung av kung Aethelstan. Egil fängslades av denne och dömdes till döden, men hade en vän i Arinbjörn herse som var Erik Blodyx troman. Arinbjörn rådde Egil att skriva ett skaldestycke och tillägna kungen detta, vilket Egil gjorde genom att på en natt dikta en magnifik ändrimmad drapa, Huvudlösen ( en), till kungen. Genom detta, och Arinbjörns stöd, återfick Egil friheten och kunde sedan återvända till Island.
ils stora tragedi i livet var när hans älsklingsson Bödvar drunknade. Egil blev då så nedslagen att han tänkte svälta sig till döds. Men genom sin dotter Turids uppmuntran avstod han från detta och kom istället att utföra sitt allra förnämsta kväde, Sonatorrek, som tillägnades den döde sonen. När Egil senare fick beskedet att hans vän Arinbjörn herse hade avlidit diktade han över honom ännu ett av sina storslagna kväden, det framstående Arinbjarnarkvida. En sista gång gick han sedan till sjöss när han antog ett uppdrag för en släktings skull att genomföra en mycket farlig skatteindrivning i Värmland under den tid då Håkon Adalsteinsfostre var kung i Norge.
r Egil sista gången gjorde ett större utspel var han en gammal man. Han red då med sina följeslagare till Islands allting i syfte att genomdriva sin son Torstens vilja och anspråk, vilket också lyckades. Egil Skallagrimsson ska ha blivit över nittio år gammal och var blind de sista åren av sitt liv. Han ska ha låtit två trälar gräva ner kistorna med allt hans guld och silver natten innan han dog, varpå han sedan dödade trälarna. 
Skallagrimsson, Egill (I1467766)
 
283 Enl 1940 rs folkrkning boende i Benton Harbor, Berrien, Michigan. Mooney, Richard (I6924)
 
284 fader
rl Hammarhjelm 1822 
Andersdotter, Charlotta (I967238)
 
285 Fosterbarn hos sin moster Inga Jnsdotter och hennes make Lars Mnsson Melldahl Svensdotter, Amanda Josefina (I896)
 
286 Fosterbarn hos sin moster Inga Jnsdotter och hennes make Lars Mnsson Melldahl Svensdotter, Amanda Josefina (I6380)
 
287 Lmnade en gva till kyrkan i lghult 1680-01-01. (Slkt och Hvd 1985 s.376 (Liss-Eric Bjrkman)) Bengtsdotter Baaz, Karin (I462)
 
288 Lmnade en gva till kyrkan i lghult 1680-01-01. (Slkt och Hvd 1985 s.376 (Liss-Eric Bjrkman)) Bengtsdotter Baaz, Karin (I5946)
 
289 Omtalad i Gta hovrtts protokoll 1659 och 1660, d hans hustru Brita anhllit om att f ut hans fdernesarv som var i frvar hos fosterfadern. Sjlv befann han sig utrikes och det var oklart om han var levande eller dd. Han har troligen avlidit i utlandet, mjligen i Polen. (Smolandi Upsalienses I, nr.26)

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Baaz, Jonas (I418)
 
290 Omtalad i Gta hovrtts protokoll 1659 och 1660, d hans hustru Brita anhllit om att f ut hans fdernesarv som var i frvar hos fosterfadern. Sjlv befann han sig utrikes och det var oklart om han var levande eller dd. Han har troligen avlidit i utlandet, mjligen i Polen. (Smolandi Upsalienses I, nr.26)

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Baaz, Jonas (I5902)
 
291 Student i Lund 1668 och i Uppsala 1681. Under en utrikes studieresa uppehll han sig en tid i Rom och var d sekreterare t drottning Kristina. Assessor i Svea hovrtt 1688. Adlad 1698-07-01. Var en av sin tids lrdaste mn och hade ett stort bibliotek. (Elgenstierna, "Svenska adelns ttartavlor"; Smolandi Upsalienses IV, nr.1207; Vxj stifts herdaminnen; Elgenstierna, "Svenska adelns ttartavlor" (supplement)) Sierman Stiernmarck, Magnus (I576)
 
292 Student i Lund 1668 och i Uppsala 1681. Under en utrikes studieresa uppehll han sig en tid i Rom och var d sekreterare t drottning Kristina. Assessor i Svea hovrtt 1688. Adlad 1698-07-01. Var en av sin tids lrdaste mn och hade ett stort bibliotek. (Elgenstierna, "Svenska adelns ttartavlor"; Smolandi Upsalienses IV, nr.1207; Vxj stifts herdaminnen; Elgenstierna, "Svenska adelns ttartavlor" (supplement)) Sierman Stiernmarck, Magnus (I6060)
 
293 Student i Lund 1668, i Uppsala 1681. Avled vid terkomsten frn en resa till England. (Smolandi Upsalienses IV, nr.1208) Sierman, Lars (I5718)
 
294 Student i Lund 1668, i Uppsala 1681. Avled vid terkomsten frn en resa till England. (Smolandi Upsalienses IV, nr.1208) Sierman, Lars (I11202)
 
295 Student i Lund 1670, i Uppsala 1681, i bo 1682. Lektor i matematik vid Vxj gymnasium 1688, i grekiska 1697. Kyrkoherde i jaby 1698, i Sltthg 1705. (Smolandi Upsalienses IV, nr.1219)

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Sierman, Nicolaus (I707)
 
296 Student i bo 1641. Auskultant i Gta hovrtt 1646. (Smolandi Upsalienses I, nr.63) Baaz, Bengt (I277)
 
297 Student i bo 1641. Auskultant i Gta hovrtt 1646. (Smolandi Upsalienses I, nr.63) Baaz, Bengt (I5761)
 
298 Student vid Uppsala univeristet 1655, i bo 1664 och i Greifswald 1666 (dd dr). (Smolandi Upsalienses III, nr.833 Baaz, Magnus (I571)
 
299 Student vid Uppsala univeristet 1655, i bo 1664 och i Greifswald 1666 (dd dr). (Smolandi Upsalienses III, nr.833 Baaz, Magnus (I6055)
 
300 Student vid Uppsala universitet 1601. Kyrkoherde i Svarttorp 1625-47. Riksdagsman 1644. Var mycket frmgen. (Smolandi Upsalienses I, nr.63) Baaz, Johan (I333)
 

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