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501 Sveriges Befolkning 1960:

Civilstatus: Pojke
Mantalsskriven: Västerås, Västmanlands län
Fastighet: Jordrevan 2
Adress: Gideonsbergsg 4 D, Västerås 
Andersson, Per Yngve (I3180)
502 Sveriges Befolkning 1960:

Civilstatus: Pojke
Mantalsskriven: Västerås, Västmanlands län
Fastighet: Stg 1646 Z
Adress: Emausg 13 A, Västerås 
Bergström, Helge Per Håkan (I3097)
503 Sveriges Befolkning 1960:

Födelsedatum: 1944-01-11
Födelseplats: Katarina, Stockholms stad
Civilstatus: Ogift kvinna
Mantalsskriven: Farsta, Stockholms stad
Adress: Skåpv.13 I Ylvinge GbX 40/1, Enskede 
Johansson, Inga Elisabeth (I3136)
504 Sveriges Befolkning 1960:

Civilstatus: Flicka
Mantalsskriven: Sala, Västmanlands län
Fastighet: Skälby 2:2
Adress: Nyby, Jugansbo 
Hedlund, Ingrid Maria (I2926)
505 Sybil Virginia Castleman, 88, formerly of Battle Avenue, Winchester, died Friday at a local nursing home.

The funeral will be conducted Tuesday at 11 a .m. at Jones Funeral Home in Winchester by the Rev. Dr. James H. Utt. Burial will be in Mt. Hebron Cemetery.

Mrs. Castleman was born Jan. 22, 1920, in Boyce, daughter of Charles W. and Audrey Russell Grimm. She was a self-employed beautician. She was a member of Grace Lutheran Church and past member of the Winchester Women's Civil League. She was the wife of Lewis Marshall Castleman.

Surviving are two daughters, Sybil A. Beasley of Staunton and Marsha Ellen Rust of Winchester; and five grandchildren.

Pallbearers will be Larry Beasley, George Rust, Michael Beasley, David Athey, Bob Pierce, Andrew Beasley, Don Athey, Charles Beasley, Marshall Holm, David Rust, Scott Athey, E. Rick Carroll and Weldon "Rusty" Messick.

The family will receive friends Monday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

Published in Northern Virginia Daily on Feb. 2, 2008 - See more at:

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Grimm, Sybil Virginia (I3473)
506 Så er vi fremme ved den sidste gård i Hornse. Det er et koloniststed, som er oprettet i 1760'erne. Den første familie hed Kraus. I 1908 blev gården købt af Lütje Christiansen, men samme år brændte den i et tordenvejr.
Der var lyng så langt øjet ragte, kun ca. 15 hektar var opdyrket. På gården var der fire fem køer og en hest. Først i 1950'erne fik gården elektricitet. Derfor købte Hans Christiansen i 1940'erne en brugt vindmølle hos Lomholt i Fogderup, den skulle trække kværnen.
Lütje Christiansen's, Hornsevej 16 (Nu Martin Christiansen).
Hornse og Høgsholt hørte sammen i en kommune, så skete der et dødsfald skulle det meddeles både i Hornse og Høgsholt. Det var skikken at en nabo skulle gå rundt fra gård til gård og byde til begravelse 
Christiansen, Hans (I2482)
507 Så er vi fremme ved den sidste gård i Hornse. Det er et koloniststed, som er oprettet i 1760'erne. Den første familie hed Kraus. I 1908 blev gården købt af Lütje Christiansen, men samme år brændte den i et tordenvejr.
Der var lyng så langt øjet ragte, kun ca. 15 hektar var opdyrket. På gården var der fire fem køer og en hest. Først i 1950'erne fik gården elektricitet. Derfor købte Hans Christiansen i 1940'erne en brugt vindmølle hos Lomholt i Fogderup, den skulle trække kværnen.
Lütje Christiansen's, Hornsevej 16 (Nu Martin Christiansen).
Hornse og Høgsholt hørte sammen i en kommune, så skete der et dødsfald skulle det meddeles både i Hornse og Høgsholt. Det var skikken at en nabo skulle gå rundt fra gård til gård og byde til begravelse 
Christiansen, Lütche Hans Hinrich (I158)
508 Sågeriarbetare på Ekerö Karlsson, Karl August (I3052)
509 The name Neilsen, or Nielsen haunts me a bit because I married Merle Nielsen after finding that we had no close relations back in history.
Roy Neilsen died in hospital. In 1944, following an accident involving a tram. That left my mum and Bob and me living in hawthorn.

Ronald Roy Neilsen, 26 Dec 2017 
Neilsen, Roy Hans (I187)
510 The Renwick Times, Renwick, Iowa
April 21, 1949 (Page 1)

Sam Klaessy of Spencer Died Last Week

Samuel Klaessy was born January 20, 1888 at Jordan, Wis., the son of Joachim and Anna Luchsinger Klaessy, deceased.

At the early age of four he moved with his parents to a farm near Renwick, Iowa, and here he lived until he moved to Spencer in 1935. In this city he worked as a salesman for a Dairy Equipment Company until illness prevented his continuance.

He received his education at a country school near Renwick.

He was united in marriage to Miss Signed M. Holm, March 11, 1914 at Luverne, Iowa to which union were born four children.

Mr. Klaessy gave his heart to the Lord and became a Christian several years ago. On October 27, 1937, he united with the First Baptist Church of Spencer. While living at Renwick he was a member of the Swiss Reformed Church near that place. He was an honored and respected member of the Baptist Church and Rendered very valuable service to to it in the capacity of a trustee, and he will be missed much.

On May 26, 1947, he suffered his first stroke which caused him to become confined to bed from that time. He passed away at his home at Spencer April 9, 1949 at 3:30 p.m. from circulatory collapse, having reached the age of 61 years, 2 months and 19 days.

He leaves to mourn, his wife, Mrs. Signed Klaessy; one daughter, Miss Velva Klaessy of Arlington, Va.; three sons, Don H. of Spencer, Dale S. of Philadelphia, Pa., and Earl S. of Spencer; also four sisters, Mrs. Ida M. Stauffacher of Harrisburg, South Dakota; Mrs. Emma Bloom of Renwick; Mrs. Wilbur Phipps of Renwick; and Mrs Albert Kitley of Eagle Grove. Besides the relatives, a host of friends mourn his passing.

Two brothers and one sister preceded him in death.

Funeral services were held on Wednesday April 13, at the First Baptist Church at Spencer with the Rev. C. O. Loken in charge. Music was furnished by the three Krile brothers who sang "Will Say Good Night Here and Good Morning Up There," and "Beyond the Sunset," accompanied at the organ by their mother. Burial was at North Lawn Cemetery in Spencer.

Those from here attending the funeral services were: Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Phipps, Mrs. Henry Bloom, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bloom Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Anderson, Mrs. Rose Hefty, Dick Hefty, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zentner, Mrs. Irwin Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beigger. 
Klaessy, Samuel (I4393)
511 The Renwick Times, Renwick, Iowa
February 9, 1948

Funeral Services Held Tuesday at LuVerne For Nels Holm

Funeral services were held Tuesday, February 17, at the LuVerne Methodist Church for Nels Holm, 78, who passed away last Saturday at Mason City where he had made his home for several years.

Nels P. Holm passed away at his home in Mason City, February 14, 1948 at the age of 78 years and 10 months. He was born at Borns, Hardersler, Denmark and came to this country in 1888. He spent 23 years in Shelby County, Iowa, near Harlan, Iowa. In 1911, he and his brother Hans and family moved to the farm in Vernon township where he lived until 1945. He served on the board of trustees for Vernon township for 23 years and always lead a prominent part in all public activities. He leaves to mourn, one brother in Denmark, one brother of Mason City and a number of other relatives and friends.

Out of town relatives attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Will Holm of Ottowa, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zenther of Winnebago, Minn.; Mrs. Ray Bennett of Marshalltown; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Klaessy of Marshalltown; Mrs. Sam Klaessy and sons, Earl and Don of Spencer; Mrs. Howard Johnson of Mason City 
Holm, Niels Peter (I3362)
512 The Renwick Times, Renwick, Iowa
July 31, 1941

Funeral Services Held Sunday for Fred Klaessy

Fred Klaessy, 45, died at a Rochester, Minn, hospital on Wednesday evening of last week following a long illness. He had been in poor health for the past three years and his condition became critical recently and he was being cared for at the home of his sister, Mrs. Henry Bloom. He was taken to Rochester on July 7.

Mr. Klaessy was a life long resident of this community. He was engaged in farming as long as his health permitted. He was a quiet, unassuming young man and a friend of all he came in contact.

Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 1:30 at the Henry Bloom home and at 2:00 o'clock at the Evangelical church. Rev. A. W. Schlesslman of Merril, Iowa, a former local pastor, preached the sermon and was assisted by Rev A. Beuerman. Burial was made in the Luverne cemetery.

Fredolin Klaessy was born October 21, 1895 in Vernon Township, Humboldt county, Iowa, the son of Joachim Klaessy and Anna Klaessy, nee Luchisinger. He was baptized October 18, 1896 in Vernon township by the late Rev. J. Kuhn, pastor, of the "Zwingli Gemeinde".

On February 28, 1918 he married to Leona Catherine Holm who preceded him in death. To this union were born one son, Eugene H., and one daughter, Eunice L.

Fredolin Klaessy passed away July 24, 1941 at Rochester, Minn., at the age of 45 years, 9 months and 3 days.

He is survived by one son, Eugene H. of Corwth; one daughter, Eunice L. of LeMars; one grandson, Richard; one brother, Samuel of Spencer; and four sisters, Mrs. Ida Stauffacher of Harrisburg, S. D., Mrs. Emma Bloom and Mrs. Verena Phipps of Renwick, and Mrs. Otillia Kittley of Hardy; besides numerous other relatives and many friends.

Among the relatives from a distance who were here for the funeral were: Mrs. Ida Stauffacher of Harrisburg, S. D., Fred Stauffacher of Harrisburg, Sioux Falls, S. D., Wm. Holm and family of Ottawa, Ill., Pete Christenson of Harlan, Mr. and Mrs. Marinus Christenson of Colfax, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Klaessy and children and Walter Bloom of Spencer, Eunice Klaessy, Rae Bennett and Calvin Gillespie of LeMars.

Rev. and Mrs. O. K. Schlesselman and son of Hancock. Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Schlesselman of Merril, Mr. and Mrs. L. Dale Witt and daughter Jo Ann and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lucia of Storm Lake, Sylvia Bloom of Cresco, Clifford Holm and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christenson and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly of Luverne, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christenson of Mason City. 
Klassey, Fredolin (I4363)
513 The Renwick Times, Renwick, Iowa
March 9, 1922


Leona Catherine Holm was born April 1, 1901, at Harlan, Shelby County, Iowa. She was united in marriage to Fredolin Klaessy on February 28, 1918. They lived in Monona County, Iowa for one year, later moving to the vicinity of Renwick and Lu Verne. Her death occurred at the Algona hospital following an operation for appendicitis on February 28, 1922, her 4th wedding anniversary, at the age of 20 years, 10 months and 27 days. She leaves to mourn her early departure, her husband, one son, Eugene, one daughter, Eunice, father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Holm, three brothers, two sisters and other relatives and many friends. Funeral services were held at the Evangelical church last Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock and were conducted by Rev. A. W. Schlesselman if Meservey. Burial was made at LuVerne.
Holm, Leona Catherine (I3365)
514 The Renwick Times, Renwick, Iowa
May 3, 1956

Hans Holm, son of Willars and Yakavina Holm, was born October 10, 1866 in the town of Brons, Schlesvig, Denmark. He was baptized in early youth in the Danish Lutheran faith.

Mr. Holm was united in marriage to Marie Wienburg in the year 1892 and came to the United States and settled in Shelby County. To this union was born six children. in the year 1911 they moved to the farm five miles east of Luverne where they lived for 34 years.

In the year 1946 Mr. Holm and his brother, Nels, moved to their new home in Mason City where they spent two years together. At the death of Nels in 1948, Mr. Holm went to live with his daughter, Mrs. Harry Christensen until he entered Mercy Hospital April 18th. He passed away on Friday evening, May 1, at the age of 89 years, 6 months and 17 days. [Not a transcription error, though inconsistent with other dates in this obituary.]

Mr. Holm was preceded in death by his parents, a daughter, Leona Holm Klaessy in 1922, his faithful wife, Marie, in November of 1941 and his brother, Nels in February of 1948.

He leaves to mourn five children, two daughters, Mrs. Sadie Klaessy of Spencer and Mrs. Inez Christensen of Mason City, three sons, Willars of Ottawa, Ill., Clarence of Rockwell, Iowa and Clifford of LuVerne, 19 grandchildren, 24 great grandchildren and a host of friends. 
Holm, Hans Schack (I3361)
515 The story my mother always told is that he had to leave Denmark to avoid conscription into the German army. When it came time to leave he went to tell his mother but she had a neighbor visiting so he had to leave without telling her good bye.

Anna Walden, grandchild, 29 Nov 2016 
Rossen, Niels Lausten (I37)
516 Timmermann Jansson, Karl Rikard (I2559)
517 TRENTON -- Wanda Nelsen, 89, formerly of Curtis, died Monday (Feb. 22, 2010) at El Dorado Manor in Trenton.

She was born Dec. 7, 1920 , to Giuseppe "Joseph" and Elena (Fulgari) Fratti at Pavulo, Italy. She and her mother joined her father in the United States in February, 1926. She graduated from Pershing High School in Detroit, Mich., in 1939. Upon completing high school she did secretarial work in the Detroit area.

On Oct. 20, 1945, she married Marion Nelsen in Detroit. She moved shortly after and lived on a farm south of Curtis for 16 years. She farmed north of Curtis from 1963 until 1990, at which time she retired and moved to North Platte. She worked at the Frontier county Extension office for several years and then went to work for the University of Nebraska School of Technical Agriculture, where she retired after 20 years. In June 1983, she was selected as the recipient of the award for the "Outstanding Employee of the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources" which included the entire university system and the extension service.

She was preceded in death by her parents; step-father, Gildo Zuccarini; in-laws, Peter C. and Elsie Nelsen, Margaret and Marvin Schmid, Leroy and Velma Nelsen, Kenneth and Dolly Nelsen and Doris and Gerald Awtry.

Survivors include her husband of 64 years, Marion; son, James P. and wife, Marilyn Nelsen of Marion, Iowa; daughter, Diane and husband, Larry Pollmann of McCook; four grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

Memorial services will be Saturday, 10:30 a.m., at the Congregational United Church of Christ in Curtis with the Rev. Clark Bates officiating. Inurnment will be on Monday, 10:30 a.m., at Fort McPherson National Cemetery south of Maxwell.
Fratti, Wanda (I73)
518 Tømrer Rossen, Peter Hansen (I933)
519 Vaktmästare i Godtemplarnas lokal i Nyköping, Södermanlands Län. Efter det är hans titel: arbetare

Bronchitis chronica, pneumonia acuta
Kronisk bronkit, akut lunginflammation

Andersson, Carl August (I2551)
520 Var med i 1. verdenskrig og medlem i DSK (Dansksindede Sønderjyske Krigsdeltagere), Brede afdeling. Tønder, Waldemar (I803)
521 Ved hendes død betegnes hun som ugift almisselem i fattighuset i Skærbæk Adler, Johanne Christine (I4040)
522 Ved vielsen i 1919 maler i Rödemis, Husum Nielsen, Niels Lausten (I901)
523 Vera Mae Knutson, age 93 of Fredericksburg, Iowa died Saturday evening, May 29, 2010, at the New Hampton Care Center.

Funeral services will be held 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, June 2, 2010, at the Peace United Church of Christ in Fredericksburg with Pastor Burt Williams officiating.

Interment will be in Rose Hill Cemetery, Fredericksburg with Terry Elliott, Bill Mulder, Ron Schutte, Brad Mohs, Bryan O'Day and Gary Schultz serving as casketbearers.

Visitation will be held 4 ? 7 p.m. Tuesday June 1, 2010 at the Hugeback & Chenoweth Funeral Home in Fredericksburg with further visitation one hour prior to the service Wednesday at the church.

Vera Mae Knutson was born August 4, 1916, on a farm in Floyd County, Iowa near Charles City, the daughter of James R. and Ella Harriet (Burrows) Rodman. Vera was educated in rural schools in Butler and Chickasaw Counties and attended high school in Fredericksburg. She also attended the Pitzies School of Cosmetology in Waterloo.

On February 6, 1938, at the Little Brown Church in Nashua, Iowa Vera was united in marriage to Glenn Henry Knutson. To this union three children were born, two sons and one daughter.

Vera was a beautician, wife, mother and grandmother. She enjoyed her home, spending time with her family and sewing. She was a member of Peace United Church of Christ in Fredericksburg.

Vera is survived by her husband of 72 years, Glenn (Bud) Knutson of Fredericksburg; two sons, Gaylord Glenn (Anna Marie) Knutson and Ronald James (Karen) Knutson both Fredericksburg; five grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her only daughter, Wanda (Lou) Borlaug; six sisters and three brothers.
Rodman, Vera Mae (I2420)
524 Vid dottern Signe Marias födelse i 1912 står Ester Maria Olsson och Gustaf Herman Andersson antecknade som trolovade. Båda anmälda skriftligen att Signe Maria är deras barn

Yrke: Arrendator 
Andersson, Gustaf Herman (I3164)
525 Vid dottern Signe Marias födelse i 1912 står Ester Maria Olsson och Gustaf Herman Andersson antecknade som trolovade. Båda anmälda skriftligen att Signe Maria är deras barn Olsson, Signe Maria (I3165)
526 Vid Klara Gustafvas födsel i 1854 är han statardräng vid gården Palstorp Nilsson, Pehr Gustaf (I3013)
527 Vid sin död i 1825 betecknad som inhysesman.

Inhysesman: Bonde på gård som ej var upptagen i bondetal utan i skattehänseende jämställes med husman

Dödsorsak: Frossa 
Andersson, Pehr (I3018)
528 WEST GARDINER, ME - Elizabeth Karen Caldwell, 87, died on Wednesday, July 22, 2015, at Harbor View Cottage in Newcastle, Maine, with family by her side. She was born in Hamden, CT, on September 25, 1927, to James and Anke Hanghoj. Betty graduated from Hamden High School and was accepted into the U.S. Cadet Nursing Corp. She graduated as a registered nurse from Hartford Hospital. She married Gordon T. Caldwell (1927-2007) from Avon, CT, in 1949. He had a career as an Air Force pilot. Betty worked as a nurse in public schools, on military bases and as a private duty nurse over several decades of her career. She and her husband raised four children in many places around the world including Germany, France, Kansas, Alabama and Guam, and then settled in South Hadley, MA. Betty was active supporting her children in Scouts, youth groups and the churches in their communities. In retirement Gordon and Betty moved to Cummington, MA, where they raised Highland cattle and welcomed all with gracious hospitality. In her last decade Betty moved to Maine and her family is grateful for the caring staff of her Maine residences, including St. Mark's Home for Women in Augusta, Elm Street Assisted Living in Topsham, and Harbor View Cottage in Newcastle, ME. Betty's great love was her husband and family. She, in turn, was well loved by her family and friends. Betty is predeceased by her husband, Gordon T. Caldwell. She is survived by daughter Carol and husband Alan of Shutesbury, MA; son Gordon Thompson Jr. and wife Michele of Yarmouth, ME; son James and wife Susan of West Gardiner, ME; and son Richard and wife Anita of Rutland, VT; as well as 9 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. The family will celebrate with a private graveside ceremony in Cummington, MA, this fall. - See more at: Hanghoj, Elizabeth Karen (I3449)
529 Wisthi A. Thomsen, died on Thursday, October 31, 2013 at the Kearney County Health Services-Hospital. Wisthi was born on June 28, 1928 in Hurdom, Denmark to Sondergaard and Hilda (Kaargard] Thomsen.

When Wisthi was nine months old his parents and two sisters came to America and settled near Minden, Nebraska. He attended country school and then graduated from Minden (NE.) High School in 1946. He helped his father on the farm for a number of years. On September 10, 1950 he married G. Charmaine Holsten of Norman, Nebraska at the Bethany Lutheran Church, Minden, Nebraska. They were blessed with five boys, Dwight, Eric, Brian, Kirk and Kent. In 1951 he was drafted into the U.S. Army and was stationed in Germany. He was discharged in 1953. After Wisthi returned from the service he farmed and worked at Rockwell and then Royal Plastics, Minden, Nebraska. In September of 1966 he started working for the U.S. Postal Service, Minden, Nebraska as a clerk. He retired in 1992 after 26 years of service. Wisthi was a member of the Bethany Lutheran Church, Minden, Nebraska, Minden American Legion Post #94, VFW Post 759, Masonic Lodge #127, Elks Lodge #984 and the Hastings Eagles Club. His greatest enjoyment was dancing and traveling with his wife. Wisthi and Charmaine traveled to Denmark and went on three cruises.

Survivors are: wife, G. Charmaine Thomsen of Minden, Nebraska; sons, Dwight Thomsen and wife, Olene of Kansas City, Missouri, Dr. Eric Thomsen and wife, Mary of Beatrice, Nebraska, Brian Thomsen of Minden, Nebraska, Kirk Thomsen and wife, Marian of Hudson, Ohio and Kent Thomsen and wife, Alice of Axtell, Nebraska; 14 grandchildren; two great grandsons; sisters, Anny Fredrickson of Lakewood, Colorado and Minna Newbold of Minden, Nebraska.

Burial was in Minden Cemetery, Minden, Nebraska with Military Rites provided by the Minden (NE.) American Legion and the Heartwell (NE.) VFW.  
Thomsen, Vishti Anton Søndergaard (I2330)
530 Andersson, Maria Josefina (I3027)
531 Yrke: Banvakt i bl.a. Fullersta, Brantbrink Sandström, Gustaf Henrik Rudolf (I2969)
532 Yrke: Gjuteriarbetare Jansson, John Fritjof (I3494)
533 Yrke: Handelsidkare Jansson, Johanna Charlotta (I2818)
534 Yrke: Nämndeman Myrberg, Carl Johan (I3209)
535 Yrke: Rusthållare

Dödsorsak: Nervfeber 
Johansson, Ernst Ferdinand (I3242)
536 Yrke: Rusthållare

Dödsorsak: Ålderdom 
Ersson, Anders (I3230)
537 Yrke: Rusthållare Ersson, Jan (I3224)
538 Yrke: Rusthållare Andersson, Eric (I3228)
539 Yrke: Rusthållare Bergström, Anders (I3218)
540 Yrke: Snickare Andersson, Carl Emil (I3156)
541 Yrken: Arbetare, bergsman Eriksson, Ernst Konrad (I3123)
542 Yrken: Begravningsentreprenör, ingenjör Harling, Harald Einar (I3281)
543 Yrken: Bokhållare, grosshandlare

Dödsorsak: Haemorrhagia cerebri - Hjärnblödning

Zetterlund, Frans Edvard (I2992)
544 Yrken: Bonde, Hemmansägare, Byggnadssnickare vid sin död

Dödsorsak: Myocarditis - Hjärtmuskelinflammation

Flyttar den 23/12 1898 med hustru och 7 barn från Staffansbo Västerlövsta till Ingbo i Norrby Församling
Flyttar vidare den 14/1 1905 med hustru och 6 barn till Sala Stadsförsamling 
Olsson, Anders Johan (I3101)
545 Yrken: Lägenhetsägare, chaufför, kusk, lantarbetare, ladugårdskarl, ladugårdsförman

Sveriges Befolkning 1950:

Civilstatus: Gift man 1920-12-04
Titel/Yrke: fd Ladugårdskarl
Mantalsskriven: Sala landsförsamling, Västmanlands län
Fastighet: Jugansbo 2:26
Adress: Lövlund, Jugansbo 
Olsson, Johan Oskar (I2306)
546 Yrken: Rusthållare

Dödsorsak: Lunginflammation, sjuk i 4 dagar 
Bergström, Lars (I2312)
547 Yrken: Sjökapten, ångfartygsbefälhavare, godssorterare Ekman, Otto Robert (I3959)
548 Yrken: Slaktare, Ölutkörare

Sveriges Befolkning 1950:

Civilstatus: Gift man 1924-03-03
Titel/Yrke: Ölutkörare
Mantalsskriven: Sala stadsförsamling, Västmanlands län
Fastighet: Stg 153 D
Adress: Jakobsdal 5, Sala

Sveriges Befolkning 1960:

Civilstatus: Gift man 1924-03-03
Titel/Yrke: Bryggeriarbetare
Mantalsskriven: Sala, Västmanlands län
Fastighet: Stg 153 D
Adress: Brog 9, Sala 
Andersson, Frans Ludvig (I3152)
549 Yrken: Tullkontrollör Ekman, Carl Otto Fredrik (I3969)
550 [Nashua Reporter, Wednesday, March 29, 1972, Nashua, Iowa]


Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. March 23, 1972 at the United Methodist Church in Nashua for Carl Hanson, 83. who died suddenly two days earlier. The Rev. Robert Lemmermann officiated, and burial was in Greenwood Cemetery at Nashua.

Casket bearers were Merle Hatzky, Stuart Hatzky. Robert Fisher. Dale Sonne. Roger Laydon, and Richard Nicholson. Mrs. Donald Shepard was organist, and Mmes. Arthur Lindell and Darrell Haar look care of the flowers.

Carl Hanson was born in Chickasaw County in the Republic area on August 5, 1888, son of Hans and Louise Anderson Hanson. He attended country school in this area until the family moved to Nashua.

He served in World War I in Germany and France, and upon his discharge, returned to his trade as a carpenter. He had been a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge and American Legion Post in Narhua.

He was united in marriage to Isa Van Kleeck February 3. 1926. To this union one son. Carl Junior, was born. He preceded his father in death in 1950.

Mr. Hanson and his wife, who survives him, lived at their present home for the past 46 years.

Besides his wife. Carl is survived by five sisters: Mrs. Mary Rogers of Orient, Mrs. Lena Kipling of Fontanclle, Mrs. Lillie Knutson of Fredericksburg, Mrs. Charles (Anna) Otto of Bassett, and Mrs. Gary (Emma) Fisher of Nashua, as well as a number of nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother, Chris; and his son. Carl Jr.
Hanson, Carl (I2383)

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