Lillian (Gaertner Palmedo) Langseth-Christensen - NY socialite, one of "The 400." Studied fine art at the Wiener Werkstätte with Josef Hoffman, Gustaf Klimt, Josef Urban; Painted murals for Plaza Hotel Persian Room, Ziegfeld Theater; designed sets and costumes for the Metropolitan Opera; was an editor for Gourmet Magazine, decorator for White Star Line; principal collector of antiquities for Time Life Building. Introduced the both the Boxer and Wire-Haired Dachshund to the American Kennel…

Lillian (Gaertner Palmedo) Langseth-Christensen - NY socialite, one of "The 400." Studied fine art at the Wiener Werkstätte with Josef Hoffman, Gustaf Klimt, Josef Urban; Painted murals for Plaza Hotel Persian Room, Ziegfeld Theater; designed sets and costumes for the Metropolitan Opera; was an editor for Gourmet Magazine, decorator for White Star Line; principal collector of antiquities for Time Life Building. Introduced the both the Boxer and Wire-Haired Dachshund to the American Kennel…

C.C.A. Christensen was born in Copenhagen, Denmark and studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. On January 26, 1850 he joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

C.C.A. Christensen was born in Copenhagen, Denmark and studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. On January 26, 1850 he joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

The Benkestok family (also known as Benkestokk, Benchestoch and other similar spellings) is one of the original noble families of Norway and one of the few to survive the Middle Ages. At the height of its power, the family ruled large estates in Bohuslän (now a part of Sweden), in Western Norway, in Northern Norway, and in the Faroe Islands.

The Benkestok family (also known as Benkestokk, Benchestoch and other similar spellings) is one of the original noble families of Norway and one of the few to survive the Middle Ages. At the height of its power, the family ruled large estates in Bohuslän (now a part of Sweden), in Western Norway, in Northern Norway, and in the Faroe Islands.

William Hood Hill, Feb 21 1840 -  Nov. 13 1907 (Great Great Grandfather)

William Hood Hill, Feb 21 1840 - Nov. 13 1907 (Great Great Grandfather)

William Hood Hill (Great Great Grandfather) son of Alexander Hill Jr. and Agnes Hood, was born a twin, February 21, 1840, at Toronto, Canada.  He lived in this neighborhood until September 1842, when his father's family departed for the United States. They arrived at Nauvoo, Illinois, on September 30, 1842.

William Hood Hill (Great Great Grandfather) son of Alexander Hill Jr. and Agnes Hood, was born a twin, February 21, 1840, at Toronto, Canada. He lived in this neighborhood until September 1842, when his father's family departed for the United States. They arrived at Nauvoo, Illinois, on September 30, 1842.

William Hood & Mary Caroline Sorensen Hill Married 1 January 1860 Submitted by SBCatmull - Photos and Stories — FamilySearch.org

William Hood & Mary Caroline Sorensen Hill Married 1 January 1860 Submitted by SBCatmull - Photos and Stories — FamilySearch.org

My Grandmother, Louise Hill Howe Mallonée, distinguished Professor Emeritus at the University of Utah, Utah's ``First Lady of Theater,'' actress and radio production pioneer, nducted into the Utah Broadcast Hall of Fame, honored for her numerous contributions to Utah broadcasting, both as a performer and educator.died June 18, 1997, at age 99, in San Diego, California.

My Grandmother, Louise Hill Howe Mallonée, distinguished Professor Emeritus at the University of Utah, Utah's ``First Lady of Theater,'' actress and radio production pioneer, nducted into the Utah Broadcast Hall of Fame, honored for her numerous contributions to Utah broadcasting, both as a performer and educator.died June 18, 1997, at age 99, in San Diego, California.

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