Carly Rae Jepsen
Place of Birth: Mission, British Columbia, Canada
Date of Birth: November 21, 1985
Ethnicity: Danish, English, Scottish, Ukrainian, Dutch
Carly Rae Jepsen is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and actress. She is known for her songs “Call Me Maybe,” “This Kiss,” and “I Really Like You,” among others.
Carly Rae’s paternal grandfather is Arnie Jepsen (the son of Axel Jepsen and Lydia Elvera/Elvira Christensen). Arnie’s parents were Danish. Axel was born in Arhus, the son of Hans Jepsen and Karen Sørine Møller. Lydia was the daughter of Christian Christensen and Mette Nielsen.
Carly Rae’s paternal grandmother is Evelyn Allen (the daughter of Kenneth/Ken H. Allen and Rose Dziadyk). Kenneth was an immigrant, and was the son of English parents, Henry Sinden Allen and Amy Bradley. Rose was the daughter of emigrant parents, Theodore Fred Dziadyk and Annie Rusmavich, from Galicia.
Carly Rae’s maternal grandfather is named Roy Hobson.
Carly Rae’s maternal grandmother was Edith Ann Cameron (the daughter of James D. Cameron and Edith L. Vandergrift). Carly Rae’s grandmother Edith was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Sources: Obituary of Carly’s paternal great-grandfather, Kenneth/Ken H. Allen – http://passages.winnipegfreepress.com
Obituaries of Carly’s paternal great-great-grandfather, Henry Sinden Allen – https://newspaperarchive.com
Obituary of Carly’s paternal great-great-grandmother, Amy (Bradley) Allen – https://newspaperarchive.com