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1 ?Charlie served in WW I from1917 to 1921 in the American Expeditionary Forces, Company B 309th Supply Train. Tackett Charlie (I3218)
 
2 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Arneson N.G. (I1309)
 
3 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Arneson E.E. (I1310)
 
4 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Amundson H.M. (I1986)
 
5 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Amundson K.J. (I1993)
 
6 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Rosenthal H. (I2030)
 
7 Adopted Amundson Holly Marie (I2731)
 
8 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Amundson A.W. (I2732)
 
9 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Brye M.A. (I1499)
 
10 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Brye R. (I1500)
 
11 Adrian Thompson was a good friend of mine as we grew up in Strum, Wisconsin. He was very brilliant and was an electrical and mechanical genius. Graduated from a technical school in Milwaukee and was working for a TV station there. In 1985, he was attacked and killed by an unkown person. These comments by Bill Christianson Thompson Adrian (I1695)
 
12 After Alice (First Wife died), Noble married LuVerne Farness Swanson who was widowed. Lu had three children by her first marriage. Kleven Noble Ellert (I1856)
 
13 After Charlie and third wife Edna retired from their work in East Moline, IL, the moved back to Clinton, KY where the bought a new house. Family F1026
 
14 After Morgan died in 1953, Blanche married Miles Wheeler (Born 8 Oct, 1899 and Died 4 Oct, 1984) They were married on 10 Nov, 1962. Olson Blanche Agnes (I1522)
 
15 After the death of Gunder's first wife (Maren Lilleasen) he married Pauline Lilleasen. There were six children born of this marriage. The first four died as infants. Byggerholtet Gunder Erickson (I826)
 
16 Albert married Hilda Sophia Olson (His first cousin >>> daughter of Hermine (Martha's sister) and Sever Olson. Bredeson Albert (I843)
 
17 Alex was married two times before he married Fannie. Fannie was also called Bessie Josephine. Two children (Margaret Jane born 4 June, 1904 and William Alexander born 4 Sep 1908) were from Alex's second marriage.

Alex farmed North of Stnton, MN. When he lost his second wife, his siter Mary Royce, who lived in Minneapolis, put an ad in the paper for a housekeeper. Fannie applied, was hired and went to Stanton to work for Alex. Margaret said that Fannie was full of pep and lots of fun. Fannie and Alex were married March 10, 1915.

Margaret delivered all the mail to the residents of the Cannon Manor. She is a very bright and cheerful person.  
Wright Alex (I1335)
 
18 Alice was the daugher of Anna Beata's first cousin Bena Paulson. Alice became a part of the Halverson family after the death of her mother. She was nine months old when she came in 1915. Paulson Alice Louise (I1476)
 
19 Allan drowned in the Strum Lake after Bible School Picnic. His friend Tim Nelson also drowned. It was a sad day. Gullicksrud Allan (I2156)
 
20 Anne Marie is sister to Hermina (Mina) Kvernhaugen. Mina married Gunder Gunderson. Kvernhaugenr Anne Maria (I220)
 
21 Arnt Bergerson worked in Oslo was married and had a family. Andersen Arnt (I213)
 
22 Berger and Berthe were married on February 17, 1850. They lived at Teigbraten in Vestmarka which is part of Eidskog according to the cnsus of 1865. Berger was a farmer. The 1875 census listed him as a carpenter. Family F61
 
23 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Amundson B.L. (I1076)
 
24 Caleb was a twin to Joshua Kensmoe Caleb (I706)
 
25 Carl was baptized as Karl P Olansen in the original Norwegian name protocol. Middle name was Pedder. Later name was changed to Carl Christopherson in accordance with American protocol. Christopherson Carl (I190)
 
26 Charlie died from cancer. Tackett Charlie (I3218)
 
27 Charlie served in WW I from1917 to 1921 in the American Expeditionary Forces, Company B 309th Supply Train. Family F1026
 
28 Charlies first wife (Lula Reed) died in 1923 with Bone TB
Charlies second wife (Lydia Peters)a nurse died of cancer in 1941.
Charlies third wife (Edna Glisson) died in 1971 
Family F1026
 
29 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Brown C.M. (I3434)
 
30 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Bergerson C. (I249)
 
31 Clyde was killed in World War II Draege Clyde (I3389)
 
32 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mamary D. (I664)
 
33 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Nauman D.A. (I2170)
 
34 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Nauman D.M. (I2169)
 
35 Died in an auto accident Amundson Joseph Edwin (I1838)
 
36 Died in Auto accident Oct 30 1050 Eide Nobel Ernest (I2110)
 
37 Died in auto accident with his bother Harry Eide Reuben (I2314)
 
38 Died in auto accident with his brother Reuben Eide Harry (I2317)
 
39 Died in car accident Nelson Roy (I1789)
 
40 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Nelson M.E. (I1860)
 
41 Died in car accident Kleven Randy Noble (I1895)
 
42 Died in the Korean War Albertson Verle (I2048)
 
43 Died of Spinal Meningitis Johnson Hilma (I1143)
 
44 Died of tuberculosis Bredeson Oliver (I842)
 
45 Disappeared >>> there is no information on him Bredeson Brede (I834)
 
46 During World War II, Peter's car (A Ford with with registration number: T-274) was taken by the Germans. This car was later found as A-1 at the Royal Palace in Oslo and brought back to Peter. This is a story relayed by Gerd Langlo who was present when the car was taken. Peter Ivars Langlo did not drive >>>> he had Oskar Olss Gjerde do the driving for him.

Relayed by Frode Svindseth 
Langlo Peter Ivars (I110)
 
47 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Christianson E. (I3195)
 
48 Elithia is the daughter of Benjamin Summers who is brother to John Dent Summers.

John Dent and Benjamin was Thomas Summers.

Hezekiah married his first cousin Elithia. Elithia died at age 26. Then Hezekia married Elizabeth Baggerly. 
Summers Elitha (I50)
 
49 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. O'Conner E. (I1003)
 
50 Elmer and Clara emigrated to Canada in 1917, and lived in Tomplins, Saskatchewan. In 1930 they moved to the Swift Current area, Saskatchewan. Elmer died in the Swift Current hospital in 1970. All of the children and grandchildren are Canadian citizens. Amundson Elmer Julius (I1835)
 

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