This is the pedigree of Jens Jensen, who traveled by ship with his family from Denmark in 1863. He and his sister, Christina, lost their mother in New York harbor from complications of childbirth. They lost their father 10 years later in Mendon, Utah, to tuberculosis.
The ancestry report uses 'Ahnentafel' numbering. This means that the numbers for a person's parents will be twice as large as that person's number. For example, if a woman's number is 15, her father will be number 30, and her mother will be 31. Her child will be number 7.
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