Do u know E. Dahl's first name? What years r u talking about w/her?
Do u know what country she came from?
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If you know she was born in Norway and her maiden name was E. DAHL. You'll have to estimate the year span of her arrival based on what you know and then just search the Naturalization records in all states where she is found in the census. Also, more recent census should tell you if she became a citzen and when she came to US. Good luck!
Post the information you have on E. DAHL's married name and location in 1920 & 1930. I will see if I can find her in the census to see what it says about her citizenship and immigration.
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Back pain...I used Equate ( Wal Marts brand)Oain Reliever 500mg works good...but Dr.told me the acetamiophen raises blood pressure. Then was told to take 2 Naproxen Sodium (Equate also)..No acetamiophen in it.It is like Alieve,but cheaper. and workin great for me.
Thanks for the info. Not a computer whiz,but....
I heard some bad stuff about Aleve some time ago that it is bad for u and that is y I take the acetimenaphen. Dr.'s had given me a nicotic pain releiver but u can get hooked on it and it is by prescriptoion only. I don't like nicotics.
I had not heard that acemenaphen was bad for your blood pressure. I'll look into that.
We are all different and all have different reactions. Naproxen Sodium is 220 mgs and my brother was told to try them when Alieve was under fire. Then when I went to Drs. and blood pressure was high I was surprised.It has always been low..and told to drink coffee and have that cig. years ago by nurses...times sure have changed.But they work really well as well as Alieve and Tylenol..for brother and I both.
Yours is >>..IRISH, Palmer7, (Michael6, William5, Jesse4, Jonathan3, John2, John1) Right??...Mine is>>.. IRISH, Job7, (Joseph6, David5, Jesse4, Jonathan3, John2, John1)so we split off at Jesse....Right?
Well,its after 11:00 here..off to bed....night all..ttys..
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