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||Ingebrigt Enoksen Strand f Bugten |
||25 Mar 1876
||ST, Hemne, Bugten 
||07 Mai 1876
||ST, Hemne Kirke 
||23 Mar 1903
||USA, SD, Alcester [1, 2]
||USA, MN, Lutsen 
||13 Sep 2021 | Rediger |
||Enok Andersen Bugten, f. 30 Jan 1857, ST, Hemne d. 02 Feb 1933, ST, Hemne, Bugten (Alder 76 Ã¥r) |
||Guru Olsdtr. Bugten, f. 24 Sep 1846, ST, Hemne, Bugten |
||Gruppeskjema | Familiediagram
Mauretania, transatlantic passenger liner of the Cunard Line, called the âGrand Old Lady of the Atlantic.â It was launched in 1906 and made its maiden voyage in 1907; thereafter, it held the Atlantic Blue Riband for speed until 1929, challenged only by its sister ship, the Lusitania (sunk by a German submarine on May 7, 1915). During World War I the Mauretania worked as a transport and hospital ship. During its long career the ship made 269 double crossings of the Atlantic, exclusive of war work. Its last crossing was made in 1934, and it was broken up in 1935.
- [S5] Kirkebok for Hemne (ST).
- [S9] Emigranter over Trondheim 1867-1930.
- [S258] Else SpjÃ¸tvold.