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William Henry Roll


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Gustave Anjou
Fraudulent Lineages


Gustave Anjou, 1924

Gustave Anjou, passport application photo, 1924


Biography

Born in Katarina Parish (Swedish: Katarina församling) in Stockholm, Sweden, Anjou was the natural son of Carl Gustaf Jungberg and his housekeeper Maria Lovisa Hagberg. After serving a prison term in 1886 for forgery, Anjou changed his name to "Gustaf Ludvig Ljungberg" and then began using the alias "Gustave Anjou" (based on the maiden name of his fiancé, Anna Maria Anjou). Usually he used the alias "Gustave Anjou," but occasionally he also used the aliases "H. Anjou" and "M. Anjou." Gustave and Anna Maria married in 1889. After emigrating to the U.S. in 1890, Anjou took up residence on Staten Island (Richmond County, New York) and became a naturalized citizen in 1918. He died on March 2, 1942 at Tottenville, Staten Island, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery (at West New Brighton, Castleton Corners, New York City). He was predeceased by both his Swedish-born wife Anna Maria Anjou (Oct. 21, 1860 – July 6, 1922) and by his only child.

Source: Wikipedia


Anjou's Fradulent Genealogies

Only three genealogies by Anjou were published, the rest exist in the form of carbon copies of typewritten manuscripts.

SURNAME	
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Andrews
Backus
Bacon
Beach
Bell
Blaisdell
Bloedel
Braman
Brooking (Broquin)
Buckner
Caldwell
Carr
Carroll
Caruthers
Carter
Chalfont
Chaplin
Child
Church
Church
Clement
Clise
Cochran
Cook
Copley
Corbie
Corliez
Corry
Crawford
Cunningham
Daniel
Deronde
Devecman
Dickey
Dornan
Doty
Du Pont
Duncan	
Erickson
Ficken
Fish(Fisk)
Flanders
Freeman
Galway
Gallaway
Galloway
Gill
Holliday
Halliday
Hulbert
Hurlbert
Hull
Hungerford
Jack
Jacques
James
Johnson
Jones
Kennett
Klaus(Claus)
Lane
Lee
Lenman
Leman
Lanham
Lenham
Lewis
Lilly
Lincoln
Mark
Marshall
Mcvickar
Mons(Mantz)
Moore
Nicholson
Ormond
Parson
Pullman
Redburn
Richardson
Robinson
Rockwell
Roger
Ross
Runk(Runck)
Russel
Schneider
Seaman
Shapleigh
Sproull
Stone
Stowell
Swift
Thaxter
Thompson
Tilney
Tone
Topping
Traylour
Turner
Von Horn
Walley
Ward
Waterbury
Weld
Welling
Wheeler
Whitman
Wilson
Witherspoon
Wolff
Wooley
Worcester

See also:

FamilySearch contributors, "Fraudulent Genealogies," FamilySearch Wiki

Wikipedia contributors, "Gustave Anjou," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia