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A Jesmer Was Allegedly Karate Chopped By The Prime Minister of Canada in 1969

A Jesmer Was Allegedly Karate Chopped By The Prime Minister of Canada Return to the Jesmer Mystery page Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) – August 12, 1969,      Mrs. Emma Jesmer of Niagara Falls, the youth’s grandmother, said she has expected trouble for some time. Mrs. Jesmer said her grandson got mixed up with a “Communist […]

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The Log Cabin Joseph A. Jesmer Built In Greenbush Minnesota in 1867.

The Log  Cabin Joseph A. Jesmer Built In Greenbush Minnesota in 1867.  Link to Joseph A. Jesmer page Jesmer history link Joseph A. Jesmer, my great-great- grandfather, moved to Greensbush Township Minnesota, near Princeton MN in order to farm. He and two brothers built a log cabin and started clearing land, alongside about 25 of […]

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Newspapers of the Jesmer’s in and Around Princeton Minnesota in 1896

  Newspapers (and related information) of the Jesmer’s in and Around Princeton Minnesota in 1896 Link to newspaper page Link to Joseph A. Jesmer page Link to Jesmer History page Hiram Bert Jesmer, the son of Nelson A. Jesmer, is the son of a military association. Hiram Bert Jesmer is the grandfather of the original […]

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Newspaper articles about the Jesmer family in Princeton Minnesota 1895

Newspaper articles about the Jesmer family in Princeton Minnesota 1895 Link to the Newspaper page Link to Joseph A. Jesmer Page In 1895, in Princeton MN we read about the construction of the Jesmer Opera house. Nelson E. Jesmer had rebuilt his store, after the previous store had burned down by fire. The opera house […]

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Newspaper articles about the Jesmer’s around Princeton Minnesota in 1894

Newspaper articles about the Jesmer’s around Princeton Minnesota in 1894 Link to Joseph A. Jesmer Link to newspaper articles of Jesmer in MN A short summery of 1894 for the Jesmer family in and around Princeton Minnesota. Fall 1893: Nelson E. Jesmer and his son Roy goes to the World’s Fair in Chicago. Jesmer’s expand […]

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Newspaper articles on the Jesmers in Princeton Minnesota 1893

Newspaper articles on the Jesmers in Princeton Minnesota 1893. Return to Joseph A. Jesmer page Return to newspaper section    

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Robert Moore Nugent and Racheal (Wolfe) Nugent

Robert Moore Nugent (b. 9/30/1873 NB Canada) and Racheal (Wolfe) Nugent.  Return to Jesmer family history page Nugent History page Return to Helen and Ken Nugent page Return to John and Alice Nugent page (Son of Robert Moore Nugent) Robert was a floor manager for Wannamaker’s Department Store. There he met his wife, Racheal Wolfe. […]

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Gordon Jesmer …a brave letter courier in Berens River MB, in the 1930’s

Gordon Jesmer …a brave letter courier in Berens River MB, in the 1930’s.  Saturday, February 3, 1934.   The Winnipeg Tribune from Winnipeg· Page 13.  Winnipeg, Canada https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/37446968/ Gordon Jesmer, a brave letter courier, operating around Berens River Manitoba. He is the son of Hubert and Shirley Jesmer. He is my grandfather, (Harvey Jesmer)’s first […]

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Frank Dwyer-The Son of William and Nora Dwyer

Frank Dwyer-The Son of William and Nora Dwyer. Frank was the young son of William and Nora. He was the second youngest child. He was two years older than his sister, Sarah. That means that he was born in 1892. Link to Frank’s parents: William and Nora Dwyer Link to Ken and Helen Nugent William […]

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Harry Dwyer – Second oldest son William and Nora

Harry Dwyer He is the brother of Sarah Maude Dwyer Mass. That would make him, Helen Nugent’s uncle. He was the second oldest child of William and Nora Dywer. He came from County Cork Ireland. He came with his parents and three other siblings to America. They road by train to California. He lived in […]

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