Now that the World Series is finally turning interesting, let’s turn our attention to baseball. If you’re a Rudeen, you love baseball. It’s the law!
I’m attending an all-day Swedish genealogy conference today at the Denver Public Library. During lunch break, I went upstairs to see Great-Grandpa Hanson!
With the help of some experts at the Swedish Genealogical Society of Colorado, I have some clues about our relatives still living in Sweden. This will be the first of several posts on this subject – I have lots to share!
When I was in Nebraska last June (2014) with my parents, we visited the Fridhem Cemetery. We had long admired the big stand of irises near Gust and Augusta Rudeen’s grave but had never seen them blooming. Actually, the stand is probably too old and thick to bloom. We dug up a few rhizomes to […]
On this date (March 14) in 1923, Lawrence and Clarinda Rudeen were married. Here’s what I wrote about their wedding day in the Rudeen Family History (1997): They were married on March 14, 1923 at Clarinda’s home. The weather turned nasty that day, preventing many of the guests from returning home. Lawrence and Clarinda had […]