Welcome!

Log In | Register for a User Account

Effective 15 May 2013, if you have registered for an account and not logged in within the last two years, you will be required to re-register. Please use the link below to register for a new account.

This site is dedicated to the genealogy research of the Soren Ole Sorenson and Wesley Cunningham Robey families, their collateral ancestors and descendants. Researching the following surnames: Robey, Sorenson, Ferguson, Hug, Fricker, Baum, Bird, Fenn, Cummings, Rolfe, Cunningham, and many more.


Soren Ole Sorenson and Lena Hug Lena Hug (1903-1981)
Soren Ole Sorenson (1888-1948)

Lena migrated from Trimbach, Switzerland to America with her mother, Elizabeth Fricker Hug, in 1905 at the age of eleven months. She and her mother were joining her father, Emil Alfred Hug, in Havelock, Nebraska where he had set up homestead prior to sending for his family. The family eventually migrated to Montana to work on the Huntley Project.

Soren was born in Malling, Ning Herred, Denmark. He migrated to the United States in June 1911 aboard the Mauretania sailing out of Liverpool, England. He was 23 years old and heading for Dillon, Montana to work for a Danish friend, Carl C Hansen.

Wesley Cunningham Robey and Myrtle Melinda Ferguson Wesley Cunningham Robey (1895-1976)
Myrtle Melinda Ferguson (1895-1975)

Both Wesley and Myrtle were born in the Provo, Utah area. Their ancestors came to the Salt Lake area in the mid 1800's with the Mormon church, coming from places as far away as Scotland, England, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Tennessee. Each family had very diverse backgrounds but shared one common thread, the teachings of the Mormon church.


Log In | Register for a User Account

NOTE: Login IDs are required to view data for living individuals. You must provide a direct connection to the person ID (Innnn) of your grandparent, great-grandparent, or great-great-grandparent who is in our database. A User ID is only needed to view information on Living Cousins, and will only be approved if you provide information that documents your relationship to a person already in our family tree. Relationships from the 1600-1700 are too far removed to grant access to Living people.

Effective 15 May 2013, if you have registered for an account and not logged in within the last two years, you will be required to re-register.

Due to the volume of data available through different sources and the event of human input, errors may exist within the data. Unless a source has been cited for individuals or data, please use at your own risk. Please feel free to use the Contact Us link on the menu to send any corrections or comments.

Contact Us

email imageIf you have any questions or comments about the information on this site, please contact us. We look forward to hearing from you.