Weekly newspaper columns - NOW AVAILABLE in books. Across the Fence is a weekly newspaper column written by Howard Sherpe that runs in several papers in Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota. A genealogical tracking that dates back to before 1000 A.D., this family tree is well-traveled and researched journey, part of a comprehensive search for our familial roots in Norway. The research traces the ancestors and descendants of the first of my ancestors to arrive in America from Norway. Those families include: Sherpe (Skjerpe), Ostrem (Østrem), Tomtengen, Tomten Wang (Vang), and Hanson (Rustad). SHERPE.COM SHERPE.COM
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