Malmö seminarium 1914-1915

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Framed photo with medallions of teachers and students



  • Dr. E. Wahlgren
  • J. Bobeck
  • J.A. Carlsson
  • J.A. Ramstedt
  • Ellen Werner


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Should we not make a category for these ladies?
Yes, why not. Do you have an idea how to name it and what should be its parent category? I don't wort a lot with other categories than location categories. And I don't think I ever found an address for the Seminarium.
posted by Eva Ekeblad
I suspect I found it, number 15. I did not read the whole article but there seems to be some background in association with this lady:
posted by Antonia (Widenstedt) Reuvers
edited by Antonia (Widenstedt) Reuvers
You can now add the category, I have done so on the ladies I have been working on so far, can add the rest as I go, or if you want to do it. Feel free to add it to your ancestor :)
Ah. I didn't notice this. Looks good. I'll add it to my farmor.

I have worked on and connected a couple of the ladies - your work got me inspired to go back to them. What I have done is connect Signe Maak by way of her husband's ancestors on Käringön and Ester Nilsson by way of a very convoluted path involving the wife of a brother of the wife of the brother of the father of Ester's child, which safely landed me among some smith families in Bergslagen. It's actually only 21 steps from me to Ester.

posted by Eva Ekeblad
I love this, thanks for sharing!
Do you recognize anybody?

I think there are profiles for all the young women I could identify, but I never worked through all the teachers.

posted by Eva Ekeblad
Unfortunately not, I would love to find my relatives on a thing like this. I was looking at the unlinked list for Skåne and found Hertha Naëmi, when I saw the picture I thought someone should really try to figure out who all the other ones are.. but how? Then I noticed you had already added so many! I am super impressed. We are lucky to have someone like you on this website. :)
Thanks for giving Hertha some family!
posted by Eva Ekeblad
My pleasure, I also just got her connected to the global tree via her husbands stepfather. I was hoping he would be related to my Sjövall ancestors but he seems to have an unknown father.