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Min oldemor Hilda Pauline Johansen dro til Amerika i mai 1904. Hun dro til Boston til sin søster Janna Margit og hennes mann og barn. Men etter dette klarer jeg ikke finne ut mer om hvor hun holdt til, om hun fikk seg egen familie der eller. Eneste jeg vet er at hun aldri dro tilbake til Norge igjen. Opplysninger er: født 04.03.1882. Fikk et barn(min bestefar) 14.07.1900 på rikshospitalet, de to bodde på Sebbelows stiftelse i Oslo frem til hun reiste i 1904 tror jeg. Han kom da etter dette til Bernhard Mathisens barnehjem.Noen som kan hjelpe?Med vennlig hilse Heidi Pauline Bredde (født Johansen)

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Gjest Gunn Huglen

Håper noen kan slå opp i 1910-folketellinger for deg.Mvh. Gunn

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Gjest Arne Solås

Hun skulle til sin svoger H. Tveter i Mooreton, North Dakota.

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Hei Arne.Beklager jeg skrev feil, ja det var North Dakota og H. Tveter er mannen til Janna Margit.

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I 1910 er Hilda Johnson ugift tjener hjemme hos svogeren Hans Tveter som da er enkemann.

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Hei Jon.Ja, det var egentlig det jeg regnet med. Visste at søstern hennes døde i 1907. Men er det mulig å søke en del år senere da for å se om hun kan ha flyttet etter det??;-))Mvh Heidi

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Beklager, surra litt. Janna, søstern til Hilda, døde i 1909. ;-)

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Heidi, neste gang bør du henvise til ev tidligere tema, så slipper folk å gjøre de samme oppslagene på nytt.Lenke

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Sorry Hanne.Jeg la inn det jeg trodde var nok info.Jeg har nesten akkurat kommet inn her for å få litt hjelp, så jeg er ikke helt inn i dette ennå. Skal huske det til neste gang.Heidi

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Kanskje må du angripe dette via omveier. Det er jo mulig at etterkommerne etter Hildas søster Janna veit noe:Hans Christian Tveter - Born: 22 Jul 1856 - Støtterud, Rælingen, Akershus, Norway Died: 1924 Richland, North Dakota, USASpouse 1:Janna Johnson - Born: 1884 in Lillestrom, Norway Died: 1909 William Tveter M 10 Mar 1904 Hilda Tveter F 27 Nov 1905 Evelyn Tveter F 15 Jan 1907Spouse 2:Kaia Erickson - Born: Oslo, NorwayMyrtle Tveter F 18 Nov 1915 Harry Tveter M 1917 Mildred Tveter F 24 Dec 1919 ------------- Full text of 'Hankinson news : marriage and death announcement extractions from the Hankinson News, Hankinson, Richland County, North Dakota'November 30, 1961MRS. GRUNDYSEN, 53, RITES HELD SATURDAY Funeral services were held Saturday for Mrs. Frank (Evelyn) Grundysen, 53, Fairmount, who died Wednesday in a Minneapolis hospital following surgery. Rev. Richard Borchers officiated at the services in the First English Lutheran Church at Fairmount. Interment was in the South Fairmount Cemetery.Born Jan. 15th, 1908, at Mooreton, Mrs. Grundysen lived in that area and was employed on the Bagg farm until the time of her marriage. She was married on July 10th, 1928, at Racine, WI. The couple lived at West Allis, WI., for three years before moving to the Fainnount area where they farmed.-------------------Mildred MarshMildred Bergliot Kristine Tveter Marsh, age 86 of Winsted, died Thursday, March 30, 2006 at Glencoe Regional Health Services.She was born Dec. 23, 1919 at 10 p.m. in Dwight Township, N.D., the third child of Norwegian emigrants, Hans and Kaja Tveter.Mildred grew up in North Dakota, attending St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Mooreton, N.D., where she was confirmed.At the age of 17, Mildred met Stanley (Pat) Marsh, and the two eloped in June of 1937. Their first home was a tar paper shack in Brainerd, Minn., where their first child, Robby Roy, was born in September 1939.They were blessed with four more children, Karen Ann, born in December 1941; Sandra Joy, born in July 1945; Patrick Le Roy, born in February 1951; and Douglas Christopher, born in October 1953.In her later years, Mildred was a resident of St. Mary’s Care Center in Winsted.She was the last living child of Hans and Kaja Tveter; having lost her sister, Myrtle Enfield, in 1983; and her brother, Harry Tveter, in 1998.In addition to Harry and Myrtle, Mildred was preceded in death by her mother and father, Kaja and Hans Tveter; brothers, Hans Tveter, Jr., and William Tveter; her husband, Stanley Marsh; and sisters Evelyn Grundysen, Hilda Fladby and Mary Clouson.She is survived by her five children: Robby Marsh and wife Millie of Brooklyn Center, Karen Langren and husband Bob of Winsted, Sandra Eastman of Robbinsdale, Patrick Marsh and wife Carol of New Brighton, and Douglas Marsh and wife Connie of Golden Valley, 17 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren; a loving friend, Margaret Tveter, of Pelican Rapids; and many nieces and nephews.Funeral services Monday, April 3 at 11 a.m. at Oak Grove Church in Golden Valley. Organist for the funeral service was Louise Benshoof. Pianist was Janice Morford, and the soloist was Kristin Keppel. Readers were Janette Lea Eastman, Jennifer Robin Hatrick, Christopher Patrick Marsh, and John William Eastman, Jr.A visitation took place Sunday, April 2 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Chilson Funeral Home in Winsted, with a prayer service at 6:30 p.m.Honorary casket bearers were Justin Daniel Luoma and Timothy Collin Hatrick.Casket bearers were Bradley Jon Marsh, James Martin Langren, John William Eastman, Jr., Patrick William Marsh, Christopher Patrick Marsh, and Matthew Douglas Marsh.The Chilson Funeral Home in Winsted served the family.The couple lived on the farm near Fairmount until Mr. Grundysen's death in 1957 when Mrs . Grundysen moved into Fairmount . She was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary and the First English Lutheran Church Ladies Aid.She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Louren Sund (Audrey), of Fairmount, three grand- children and two brothers and three sisters, Harry Tveter of Mooreton and William Tveter of Maddock, ND.; Mrs. Erail (Hilda) Fladby, Wahpeton and Mrs. Lester (Myrtle) Enfield and Mrs. Stanley (Mildred) Marsh, both of Minneapolis.Serving as pallbearers were: Earl Waite, Thad Branson, C. A. Kutzer, Rufus Lange, Herman Laske and J. D. Swanson. Vertin's Funeral Home of Wahpeton v/as in charge of arrangements.

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Hei Jon.tusen takk for den infoen. Nå har jeg tittet litt rundt om på nettet og tror faktisk jeg har funnet Mildred Marsh og noen av hennes barn. Søkte på Douglas Christopher og dette ble resultatet :Douglas Christopher Marsh (Age 56) Associated Names: Doug C Marsh D Marsh Minneapolis, MN Robbinsdale, MN Christopher P Marsh (Age 28) Connie M Marsh (Age 53) Holly M Marsh (Age 26) Mildred B Marsh (Age 48) Mildred B Marsh (Age 90) Patrick L Marsh (Age 59) Robert Roy Marsh (Age 70)¨ I forhold til listen så stemmer alderen demmes så regnere med at dette er riktig. Men, det som er nå er at jeg må betale for å få info om e-post, adr og div.Får jeg ordnet med det så går det ann for meg å sende en epost så kanskje noen av disse kan gi meg noe info om Hilda!Tusen takk Jon.Mvh Heidi

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Robert James LangrenRobert James Langren, age 64 of Winsted, died Wednesday, May 24, 2006 at his residence.He was born July 31, 1941 in Minneapolis, one of six children born to Pearl and Martin Langren.Bob, or “Whitey,” as his friends called him, was preceded in death by his parents; his brothers Melvin and Richard; his sister, Alice McNamee; and his beloved mother-in-law Mildred Marsh.He is survived by his wife, Karen Ann; son James; daughters Roxanne (Jim Markey), Dana, and Jennifer (Joe Hatrick); sisters Nancy (Ivars Klans), and Judy; 12 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and many relatives and friends.After completing his education, Bob joined the army as a paratrooper in the 101st Airborne Division stationed at Fort Campbell, Ken. Before leaving Minnesota, he met his bride-to-be, Karen Marsh, at the Minnesota State Fair. They married Nov. 12, 1960 in Illinois; then traveled to their new home in Tennessee.Eventually, Bob joined the infantry; ultimately returning to Minnesota to be become an automobile technician. By the time he opened his own station in Brooklyn Center, he and Karen had their four children: James, Roxanne, Dana and Jennifer.Bob loved to spend weekends camping and fishing with his family. Every Friday night, they would all pile into the camper and head for the nearest campground.Karen and Bob moved to Howard Lake in 1981; then later to Winsted.Bob was a hard worker, known for his good heart and gentle demeanor. As he grew older and retired, fishing with grandchildren became his favorite sport.Laughter was the name-of-the-game for Bob, especially laughing at himself. Karen would often tease him about the long underwear he wore from September until June, and how often she heard him say there were 101 uses for silicone, or Super Glue, or duct tape.Bob was a “friend’s friend.” He found quality in every soul he met, no matter what they did or how ornery they became. He would talk your ear off over a beer, and give you the shirt from his back if you needed it.Bob lost his mother-in-law, Mildred, just two months ago. He always thought of her as his own mom, and he helped to care for her through the years. She loved him dearly, and always told Karen that when she married Bob, she got the very best. Now, Mildred and Bob are together again, safe in the arms of Jesus.Funeral services were Wednesday, May 31 at 9:30 a.m. at St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Winsted with the Rev. Donald Urbach officiating. Interment followed at Fort Snelling National Cemetery.Marsha Christenson was the organist for the funeral service. Soloist Shae Mulligan sang “Amazing Grace” and “The Lord’s Prayer.” Congregational hymns were “How Great Thou Art” and “My Hope is Built on Nothing Less.”Visitation took place Tuesday, May 30 from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Chilson Funeral Home in Winsted, with a prayer Service at 7 p.m; and continued for one hour prior to he service at the church Wednesday.Honorary casket bearers were Stan Weibel Jr., Mark Kane, and John Brekke.Casket bearers were Robby Marsh, Patrick Marsh, Douglas Marsh, John Eastman Jr., Chris Marsh, and Patrick W. Marsh.The Chilson Funeral Home in Winsted served the family.

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