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Hei. Carl Adolph Andersen, f. 15.10.1871 på Glassverket i Jevnaker, gift 2.11.1895 i Jevnaker med Karoline Ovidia Eriksdtr., f. 24.8.1876 på Gjørudeiet i Haug på Ringerike. De utv. 10.4.1903 til Canada sammen med barna, Kaspara Konstance, f. 24.1.1896; Einar Arthur, f. 22.4.1899 og Olav, f. 11.5.1902. Er det noen som kan finne disse igjen? Takk for all hjelp. Mvh. Ole.

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Name: Karl Anderson Event Type: Census Event Date: 1916 Event Place: Manitoba, Canada Gender: Male Age: 45 Marital Status: Married Ethnicity: Norwegian Relationship to Head of Household: Self Birthplace: Norwegian Birth Year (Estimated): 1871 Immigration Year: 1903 Township: 18 Province: Manitoba District Number: 10 Selkirk Sub-District Number: 12 Enumeration District: 18 Page: 23 Affiliate Film Number: T-21930 Household Role Gender Age Birthplace Karl Anderson Self M 45y Norwegian Karolina Anderson Wife F 40y Norwegian

 

Camner Anderson

Daughter F 21y Norwegian

 

Karl Anderson

Son M 10y Canada

 

Trygwe Anderson

Daughter F 6y Canada

 

Lewis Anderson

Son M 4y Canada
Family Number: 194 , Line Number: 21 , Digital Folder Number: 004363959 , Image Number: 00060

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KMG5-RD4

 


Kaspara Constance Andersen Brurok

 

 

 

Birth:  1896
Jevnaker
Oppland fylke, Norway Death:  Feb. 28, 1978
Sandridge
North Interlake Census Division
Manitoba, Canada trans.gif
Winnipeg Free Press
Thursday, March 2, 1978

Kaspara was 82 years old, widow of the late Olaf Brurok, of Sandridge, Man.

Born in Norway, Mrs. Brurok came to Canada in 1903 and was a pioneer resident of the Inwood district where she had lived for the past 75 years.

Survived by one daughter and two sons: Mrs. Christine Waters, Victoria, B.C.; Toralf and Eskel of Sandridge; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; two brothers, Trygve and Carl Anderson of Inwood; one sister, Elizabeth Harrustowich of Teulon.

Predeceased by her husband, Olaf and one daughter, Agnes Bardzey.

Funeral service will be held on March 4 at 2:00pm at the Inwood Lutheran Church.

Interment in the Inwood Cemetery.

McKenzie Funeral Home, Stonewall, in care of arrangements.

Birth name: Kaspara Konstanse Andersen

Born at farm: Moeseie @ Løkenstuen

Birth source info: Oppland county, Jevnaker in Jevnaker, Klokkerbok No. 2 (1896-1906), page 2, No 13

 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Olaf Marelius Olsen Brurok (1884 - 1956)
 
 Children:
  Christine Brurok Waters (1921 - 2012)*
  Agnes Brurok Bardzey (1923 - 1962)*
  Toralf Brurok (1924 - 2006)*
  Eskel Oliver Brurok (1930 - 2013)*
 
*Calculated relationship   Burial:
Inwood Cemetery
Inwood
North Interlake Census Division
Manitoba, Canada  
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]  
Created by: goldwingj1
Record added: Jul 24, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 114318501

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=114318501

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 Kaspara Constance sin bror   Trygve Anderson?

 

ANDERSON, Trygve O. 1910 - 1992

 

http://geneofun.on.ca/names/photo/1343251

 

 Kaspara Constance sin bror Carl Anderson?

 

ANDERSON, Carl A. 1905 - 1979

 

http://geneofun.on.ca/names/photo/1343240


Mora?

ANDERSON, Karoline 1876 - 1961

Kanskje faren kalte seg Alfred?

Denne er iallefall gravlagt sammen med den Karoline jeg fant,

 

 

ANDERSON, Alfred 1871 - 1952

http://geneofun.on.ca/names/photo/1343421

 

 

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ESKEL BRUROK

ESKEL OLIVER BRUROK Eskel Oliver Brurok, beloved husband of Agnes, passed away peacefully at Rosewood Lodge on Monday, December 23, 2013 at the age of 83 years. He was born in Sandridge, MB and raised dairy and beef cattle on a farm near Sandridge. He could fix almost anything and was a cabinet maker, house builder and carpenter. After his marriage to Agnes he worked side by side with her in many community projects including Inwood Cemetery, Union Prairie Cemetery, Teulon Museum, Gethsemane Lutheran Church Inwood and St. Peter Lutheran Church Teulon. Eskel and Agnes spearheaded the restoration of the Alexander J. Hunter House at the Teulon and District Museum. Eskel was a member of the Elks and volunteered his time to the care of his neighbours and the elderly in Teulon and surroundings. Having a good sense of humour he enjoyed entertaining with his stories. He was a kind and gentle man always giving of his time and talents to help others. He is missed and will be lovingly remembered. Eskel is survived by his wife Agnes Anna Brurok (formerly Brunger, nee Schmidt), his nephews Robert Bardsey (Connie), Johnny Bardsey, Frankie Waters, Louie Anderson (Linda), Raymond Anderson; niece Debbie Brurok; his stepchildren Marie Baer (Dave), Alfred Brunger (Joan), Bruce Brunger (Fern), Brian Brunger (Lois); his grandchildren: Philip Baer (Michelle), Eric Baer (Zainab), Kevin Baer (Erin), Jennifer Wagner (Paul), Elizabeth Leonard (Mark), Grace Jackson (Dave), Dan Brunger, Luke Brunger, Leah Marcoux (David), Mathew Brunger, Nicholas Brunger, Rhiannon Reid (Troy), Alan Getty (Kim), Brian Getty (Almeda) and 13 great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his parents Olaf and Karspara Brurok; sisters Christine Waters and Agnes Bardsey, and brother Toralf Brurok. Special thanks are extended to Jill Young and all the staff at Rosewood Lodge for their excellent and compassionate care. A service is planned for Saturday, January 11, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. at St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Teulon, MB. A private family interment will be held at Inwood Cemetery at a later date. If friends so desire a donation may be made to St. Peter Lutheran Church or a charity of their choice in memory of Eskel. MACKENZIE FUNERAL HOME TEULON 204-467-2525 mackhome@mts.net
Publish Date: Jan 4, 2014

ESKEL OLIVER BRUROK It is with great sadness the family announce the passing of Eskel Brurok, age 83 years, formerly of Teulon and Inwood on Monday, December 23, 2013 at Rosewood Lodge, Stonewall. Funeral service is being planned for Saturday, January 11, 2013. Longer obituary will follow. MACKENZIE FUNERAL HOME STONEWALL (204) 467-2525 mackhome@mts.net
Publish Date: Dec 24, 2013

As published in the Winnipeg Free Press on January 04, 2014

http://passages.winnipegfreepress.com/passage-details/id-208981/name-Eskel_Brurok/order-publish_date|DESC,last_name|ASC,first_name|ASC/

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One
of
his
early
tenants
was
a
Mr.
and
Mrs.
McSherry
and
their
two
sons,
Arthur
and
Jim.
'£\'1r.
McSherry
was
a
provincia]
policeman.
He
was
later
transferred
to
Pine
Falls.
The
livery
barn
was
later
bought
by
Frank
Beau-
doin
who
turned
it
into
a
dance
haJJ.
He
sold
it
to'
Alfred
Haslund.
Then
it
was
bought
by
Ellison
Bros.
from
Teulon,
who
turned
it
into
a
feed
mill.
When
it
burned
down
they
built
a
new
one
which
they
oper-
ated
for
a
number
of
years.
Roy
Ellison
finally
moved
it
to
Teulon,
where
he
turned
it
into
an
apartment
block.
The
house
he
built
was
moved
to
the
road)
then
on
to
its
new
position
west
of
the
Livery
barn.
It
was
sold
to
Bil1
Tychie,
who
was
Section
ForemanfortheC.N.R.
He
and
his
wife,
Mary,
lived
in
this
home
with
their
four
sons'
Mike,
Stanley,
Raymond
and
Henry,
for
many
years.
Alfred
and
Karoline
Andersen
They
arrived
in
Canada
in
spring
of
1903
and
stayed
in
Winnipeg
tiB
October,
1904.
They
moved
to
the
homestead,
TWP
18
Sec
30
IE,
where
they
spent
the
rest
of
their
lives.
Alfred
passed
away
in·
1952,
and
Karoline
in
1961.
When
they
move,d
up there
Mr.
Espe
drove
them
from
Teulon
as
far
as
Thorsten
Kvamsaas',
where
they
spent
three
weeks
while
Alfred
and
Martin
and
Thorstein
K
vamsaas
helped
chop
a
road
so
the
wagon
could
get
in.
They
finally
finished
so
Mr.
Espe
drove
their
belongings
to
the
site.
But
in
their
haste
they
had
forgotten
that
the
wagon
had
to
be
turned
around.
So
for
Mr.
Espe
to
go
back
the
Inen
had
to
lift
the
wagon
around
by
hand.
And
here
they
were
out
in
the
bush
with
their
few
belongings
and
three
children.
So
they
pitched
a
tent
and
put
up
a
small
stove
with
the
stovepipe
out
through
a
hole
in
the
tent.
Karoline
didn't
sleep
much
that
night
or
many
other
nights,
I
suspect,
as
wild
animals
could
be
heard
in
the
night.
They
started
dearing
a
spot
to
build
a
house
before
winter.
They
built
a
log
cabin
and
Karoline
helped.
She
was
at
one
end
of
the
crosscut
saw
and
Alfred
at
the
other.
They
split
Jogs
for
the
floor
and
roof,
and
put
sod
on
top.
For
water
they
dug
a
hole
in
the
slough,
but
also
in
winter
they
melted
snow
for
water.
The
closest
stores
were
in
Teulon,
20
some
Pliles
away.
Alfred
walked
and
carried
supplies
back.
In
the
winter
he
wrapped
sacks
around
his
feet
over
top
of
his
boots.
But
the
sacks
wore
out
before
the
end
of
his
journey.
Sometimes
he
stayed
overnight
in
Teulon
\vith
David
Albertson,
or
at
a
Mr.
Carlson's
place.
Then
10
Alfred
Anderson
plowing
in
1918.
got
his
supplies
and
walked
back
the
next
day
as
it
was
a
dangerous
journey
at
night.
Many
a
time
he
was
followed
by
timber
wolves.
One
time
they
came
so
close
he
had
to
set
fire
to
some
paper
on
the
road
so
he
could
get
ahead
of
them,
and
he
had
to
go
to
sOIneone's
house
along
NmTis
Lake
to
spend
the
night.
The
same
Fall
they
moved
up
here
they
lost
their
youngest
boy,
two
and
a
half
years
old.
He
had
not
been
well
since
they
left
Norway.
Olaf
is
buried
in
the
Pioneer·
Graveyard.
Arthur
passed
away
in
1912
and
is
buried
along
the
meridian
east
of
Union
Prairie
School-
age
14.
So
there
were
hardships
and
sor-
row
in
those
early
days.
Alfred
had
been
a
glass
blower
in
Hadeland
Glass
Factory
in
Javnaker,
Norway.
He
started
working
there
at
age
6
and
worked
his
way
up
to
a
blower,
so
he
knew
nothing
about
farming
or
such
pioneering
as
they
encountered.
Andres
Meyers
lived
about
three
quarters
of
a
mile
to
the
north
of
them.
They
had
a
cow,
so
once
in
a
while
they
got
some
milk
from
them.
There
were
no
roads
between
neighbors.
They
had
to
foHow
animal
traiI~
and
such,
as
the
bush
was
so
thick
one
couldn't
walk
through.
Gust
and
John
Anderson
lived
on
the
same
section.
Then
a
year
or
two
later
some
people
by
the
name
of
Ervik
settled
on
the
southeast
section.
In
about
1906
they
got
cows
and
an
ox.
And
later
a
small
buckskin
colored
horse.
Then
Alfred
started
slowly
to
clear
and
break
land.
The
first
cow
they
had
they
hitched
up
and
had
her
drag
home
hay
on
two
poles
strapped
together,
as
this
was
easier
than
hav-
ing
to
carry
the
hay
up
from
the
slough.
They
had
five
children.
Kaspara
was
born
in
1896.
In
1920
she
married
Olaf
Brurok.
Their
children
were:
1.
Christine
Waters
of
Vancouver,
B.C.,
2.
Agnes
Bardzey}
who
passed
away
in

1942

 

3,
Torolf,
married
to
Bernice
Etter.
4.
Eskel,
who
married
Agnes
Brunger
in
1978.
Carl
was
born
in
1905
-
married
but
no
chil-
dren,
Trygve
born
1910,
married
a
widow,
Kate
Swanson
(nee
Fedorick).
They
farmed
northeast
of
Inwood.
Their
three
children
attended
Union
Prairie
School
until
they
left
home
to
go
to
work.
They
are:
Leonard
of
Calgary,
Louis
of
Winnipeg
and
Raymond,
also
of
Calgary.
Louis,
bOl11
1912,
married
Edith
Jones,
a
local
girl.
They
farmed
at
25-18-2W
until
Louis
passed
away
in
1975.
Then
Edith
moved
to
Inwood.
Elizabeth,
born
1918,
married
Andrew
Harasto-
wich.
A
daughter,
Betty
lives
in
California.
The
first
post
office
they
got
was
at
the
home
of
some
people
by
the
name
of
Carter,
north
of
where
Sandridge
School
was
originally.
Kaspara
went
to
school
at
Sandridge
for
a
while,
but
was
mostly
taught
at
home
in
Norwegian.
The
rest
of
the
children
went
to
Union
Prairie
Schoo!
-
walked
four
and
a
half
miles
morning
and

nigh

 

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Det er bilde av Alfred (Carl Adolph)  Andersen ,tatt i 1918

http://manitobia.ca/resources/books/local_histories/163.pdf

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Hei Ann-Mary. Kjempebra! Jeg har mye å lære! Søkte på navnene både på Ancestry og Familysearch, men klarte ikke å finne det du gjorde. Nå har jeg lagret hele Innwood historien og vil ha lesestoff resten av kvelden. Kanskje jeg finner flere fra Hadeland. Og familieskjemaet fikk masse nye opplysninger. Tusen takk. Mvh. Ole.

 

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Hei Ole!

Så moro å se at du ble fornøyd!

Kos deg med lesestoffet utover kvelden! :)

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