Karl Thornston Skoog (1900 - 1912)

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Biography

Birth


Hällekis, Götene County, Västra Götaland County Sweden

Death

at North Atlantic Ocean,
Cause of death: Drowning/Hypothrmia

Cause of death

Drowning/Hypothrmia

Burial / Funeral

at North Atlantic Ocean,

Obituary

Last Known Residence

Hällekis, Götene County, Västra Götaland County Sweden

Family

Father: Wilhelm Johansson Skoog
Mother: Anna (Karlsson) Skoog
Siblings: Mabel Skoog, Harald Skoog, and Margrit Skoog

Middle name

Thornston

Surnames

Ethnicity

Scandavian

Nationality

Swedish

Religion

Saint Lucien

Gender

Male

Obituary

Back in Hallekis, Sweden in 1908 when Karl was seven years old, he was bringing his father lunch when his leg got caught in the train rails. His leg had to be amputated. Him and his family boarded Titanic as 3rd class and they were all lost during the sinking. None of their bodies were recovered.

Memories

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Alyssa McIntosh The family lived in Iron Mountain Michigan then moved back to Hallekis, Sweden. At age 7 Karl had his leg amputated after he got his leg stuck on the rails while bringing lunch to his father (his father worked in the mines).
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