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Gerhard Martin Knudsen f 11 okt 1883 Årstad, Bergen, emigrerte i 1914

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Grete Jøraas

Gerhard M giftet seg 5 sept 1908 i Årstad kirke med Josefine Fredrikke Berg f 18 mai 1884, døpt i St Jørgen. De fikk barna Sverre Johan 1909 (feil årstall i utreiseprotokollen) og Frida Gertrude 1912.

 

Gerhard emigrerer alene 14 mars 1914 med reisemålet: Amk Coutts Alba Br Cn (???)

Josefine og barna følger etter 14 sept 1914 med reisemålet Bouner, Montana

 

Jeg fant dem via FS i Cottonwood Township i Powell Montana (1930-telling). Gerhard har da blitt 'Gerhart' og Frida 'Freda'.

 

Men mer finner jeg ikke! Klarer noen å finne mer info om familien, så som:

 

- flere barn?

- giftet Freda og Sverre seg?

- dødsfall

 

 

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Gerhart og Josephine i 1940.

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VBQH-V2D


I 1920 kalles Gerhard for George.

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M8Q9-M74



Sverre giftet seg i 1940.
https://familysearch.org/search/record/results?count=20&query=%2Bgivenname%3A%22Sverre%20j%22~%20%2Bsurname%3AKnutsen~%20%2Bany_place%3AMontana~



Sverre døde i 1977.
https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VHCV-786


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Sverre Johan Knudsen

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En datter, Margit Ann Knudsen,ligger på samme kirkegård.


(Her finner du mange opplysninger i nekrologen)

 

 

Margit Ann Knudsen

Birth:  Aug. 16, 1944
Missoula
Missoula County
Montana, USA Death:  Apr. 21, 2012
Helena
Lewis and Clark County
Montana, USA trans.gif
With the dawn of a beautiful spring day, the gentle hands of Margit Knudsen unexpectedly released their grip on life. Her walk through this world began in Missoula on Aug. 16, 1944, and ended in Helena on Saturday, April 21, 2012. One of four children, she was the daughter of LaVon and Sverre Knudsen, educators in the Missoula public school system. Upon graduating from Missoula County High School, and after a year at the University of Montana, she pursued a career as a beautician. In 1967, Margit married Larry Dawkins, whose work as a logger took them to various locations in the Northwest. During that time, they had two wonderful sons, Brad and Erik.

Following a divorce in the early 1980s, Margit and her boys made their home in Helena where she worked for Montana government. Ultimately, she chose to pursue her avocation of creating stained glass art. Her glasswork ranged from unique ornaments to custom stained glass pieces for homes and businesses. Her "Reflections by Margit" designs were well known at art and craft fairs across Montana. As she had time, she loved gardening and growing beautiful flowers.

Margit truly loved her family, and her granddaughters were the highlight of her life. They held a special place in her heart and brightened her world; she sparkled at the mention of their names. As Margit loved her granddaughters, her granddaughters loved Margit.

Survivors include son Erik Dawkins, wife Cara and granddaughters, Grace and Rachel of Belgrade; son Brad Dawkins, wife Stacy and granddaughter Karlee of Lewistown; brother Gerhard Knudsen and wife Gayle of Missoula; brother John Knudsen and wife Lauren of Missoula; sister Trudi Shjeflo and husband Doug of Dayton, Montana; special nephew and nieces, Leif and Olivia Shjeflo, and Elyse and Jocelynn Knudsen; and her feline companion, Casey.

Services celebrating the life of Margit Ann Knudsen will be at 3 p.m. Saturday, April 28, at the East Helena United Methodist Church with Pastor Dave Greep officiating. Interment will be in the Missoula Cemetery at a later date.    Burial:
Missoula Cemetery
Missoula
Missoula County
Montana, USA  
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Og en Luke Alan Knudsen


http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Knudsen&GSiman=1&GScid=20999&GRid=84561856&

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Her er de i census for 1920

 

 

Name:

George M Knudson

 

Age:

36

 

Birth Year:

abt 1884

 

Birthplace:

Norway

 

Home in 1920:

Deer Lodge, Powell, Montana

 

Street:

De Alton

 

House Number:

3

 

Race:

White

 

Gender:

Male

 

Immigration Year:

1917

 

Relation to Head of House:

Head

 

Marital Status:

Married

 

Spouse's Name:

Josephine F Knudson

 

Father's Birthplace:

Norway

 

Mother's Birthplace:

Norway

 

Native Tongue:

Norwegian

 

Able to Speak English:

Yes

 

Occupation:

Car Repairer

 

Industry:

Railroad

 

Employment Field:

Wage or Salary

 

Home Owned or Rented:

Own

 

Home Free or Mortgaged:

Mortgaged

 

Naturalization Status:

Papers Submitted

 

Able to Read:

Yes

 

Able to Write:

Yes

 

Household Members: Name Age

 

George M Knudson 36

Josephine F Knudson 35

Sverre J Knudson 10

Freda G Knudson 7

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Og her i 1940

 

Name:

Gerhard Knudson

 

Age:

56

 

Estimated Birth Year:

abt 1884

 

Gender:

Male

 

Race:

White

 

Birthplace:

Norway

 

Marital Status:

Married

 

Relation to Head of House:

Head

 

Home in 1940:

Deer Lodge, Powell, Montana

 

Map of Home in 1940:

View Map

 

 

Street:

Pennsylvania Avenue

 

House Number:

604

 

Farm:

No

 

Inferred Residence in 1935:

Deer Lodge, Powell, Montana

 

Residence in 1935:

Same House

 

Citizenship:

Naturalized

 

Sheet Number:

2A

 

Number of Household in Order of Visitation:

43

 

Occupation:

Carman

 

House Owned or Rented:

Owned

 

Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented:

2,000

 

Attended School or College:

No

 

Highest Grade Completed:

Elementary school, 8th grade

 

Hours Worked Week Prior to Census:

40

 

Class of Worker:

Wage or salary worker in private work

 

Weeks Worked in 1939:

52

 

Income:

1,750

 

Income Other Sources:

No

 

Household Members: Name Age

 

Gerhard Knudson 56

Josephine F Knudson 55

 

 

Var han over allerede i 1904 ?

 

Name:

Gerhard M Knudsen

 

Gender:

Male

 

Ethnic Background:

Norwegian

 

Estimated Birth Year:

abt 1884

 

Age:

20

 

Port of Departure:

Liverpool, England

 

Ship Name:

Ivernia

 

Arrival Date:

7 Apr 1904

 

Port of Arrival:

Boston, Massachusetts

 

Friend's Name:

Hans Ivarson

 

Last Residence:

Norway

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Her står det skrevet om brylluppet til Freda Gertrude Knudson og Glenn E Casey

 

De giftet seg i St. Helena's cathedral.

http://www.newspapers.com/newspage/11343040/

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Josephine Knudson døde i 1972

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VHCJ-VZ6

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Josephine Knudson

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Gerhart Martin Knudson døde i 1955

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Posted: Wednesday, February 9, 2005 5:02 am | Updated: 8:24 am, Tue Apr 22, 2014.

LaVon Dorothy Knudson Bedord

 

Birth:  1915 Death:  Feb. 6, 2005 trans.gif
 
Note: Age 90   Burial:
Missoula Cemetery
Missoula
Missoula County
Montana, USA
Plot: Grave 5, Lot 16, Block 22B, Inter # 19532  
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The independent spirit of long-time Missoula resident, LaVon Knudsen Bedord, released its grip on 90 years of living on Sunday, Feb. 6, 2005.

The eldest of four children, she was the daughter of Martin and Gertrude Knudson. Her walk through life began on Jan. 24, 1915, in Badger, Minn., where her father worked as a telegrapher and later a depot agent for the Soo Line Railroad. In time, and after many moves, the family settled in Voltaire, N.D., where she graduated from high school in 1932.

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A two-year stint at Minot State Teachers' College led to a short career as an elementary teacher in rural North Dakota. Wishing to further pursue her vocation as an educator, she moved to Missoula and attended the University of Montana. Soon after her arrival, she met and married Sverre Knudsen on Aug. 25, 1940. A Knudson married a Knudsen!

After Sverre's death in 1977, she sold the family home in Missoula and moved to their house on Flathead Lake. Several years later she met Albert Bedord, a retired farm implement dealer from Missoula.

Following their marriage in 1985, they spent summers at Flathead Lake and winters basking in the warmth of Lake Havasu City, Ariz. Even after Albert's death in 1990, LaVon continued to divide her time between Flathead Lake and Lake Havasu, sharing her life with family and friends in both places.

In the face of a significant vision loss due to macular degeneration, she returned to Missoula, in 1998, as a full-time resident. During the past several years, she has been living at Grizzly Peak Retirement Residence.

LaVon wore many hats on her path through life. A devoted parent, she was always deeply interested and involved in the activities that go along with having four children. Her wide-ranging skills as a homemaker were evident in her talent to transform a pot roast into gourmet fare or a few yards of cloth into a beautiful prom dress. A dedicated gardener, her homes were always a welcoming sight with their beautiful flower garden arrays.

Since her early years in Missoula, she was engaged in many civic activities as president and lifetime member of the Missoula Women's Club. During the late 1950s, as part of her association with the Women's Club, she hosted a weekly television program focusing upon area human-interest stories. Her Scandinavian heritage led to even further civic involvement with a lifetime membership in the Sons of Norway where she served as local chapter president in the 1970s.

Even though failing eyesight made reading impossible, she found alternative ways to sustain her life-long quest for knowledge. LaVon loved stimulating conversation shared over strong coffee and freshly baked cookies. A Christian since birth, her faith-based life included a keen understanding of the Bible and its message. In the end, her life of meaning and substance will be in evidence for generations to come.

With the power of her ever-present love, she provided strength to her family, son, Gerhard Knudsen and wife, Gayle, of Missoula; daughter, Margit Hatcher and husband, Jim, of Helena; son, John Knudsen and wife, Lauren, of Missoula; daughter, Trudi Shjeflo and husband, Doug, of Kalispell; granddaughters, Olivia Shjeflo of Kalispell, and Elyse and Jocelynn Knudsen of Missoula; grandsons, Brad Dawkins of Great Falls, Erik Dawkins of Bozeman, and Leif Shjeflo of Wenatchee, Wash.; a sister, Marjorie Knosp, of Mill Creek, Wash.; a brother, Darrell Knudson, of Richardton, N.D., and, before his death, younger brother, Winslow Knudson.

Services celebrating the life of LaVon Knudsen Bedord will be 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 11, at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Missoula with Pastor Chris Flohr officiating. Interment will be at the Missoula Cemetery following a reception at the Nordic Pines. Visitation will be from 2 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 10, and Friday, Feb. 11, from 8:30 to 10 a.m. at Garden City Funeral Home.

Brad Dawkins, Erik Dawkins, Jim Hatcher, Elyse Knudsen, Doug Shjeflo, and Leif Shjeflo will be pallbearers.

Memorials may be given to the St. Paul Lutheran Church Organ Fund, the American Cancer Society, or the American Diabetes Association.

 

http://www.dailyinterlake.com/members/lavon-knudsen-bedord/article_dafa9c47-e9ff-5e40-b986-7cefb1d8d80c.html

Det ligger 8 stk Knudson på denne kirkegården.
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Tusen takk Kurt og Ann-Mary :) Da ser det ut til at jeg har fått svar på det jeg lurte på. Avisartikkelen så interessant ut - men prøveabonnement ..., nei takk.

Da jeg fant det lille jeg klarte å finne på egen hånd, fanget navnet Ralph Knudson f 1924 min interesse. Tenker han kan være en sønn av G & J, men jeg fant ikke noe som kunne bekrefte det. Kan en av dere se på det?

 

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MONTANA THE HELENA DAILY INDEPENDENT, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1941 Popular Couple Wed Last Week At Cathedral Miss Freda Kmidson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Knu'dson of Peer Lodge, and Glenn E. Casey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Casey, well known residents of Helena, were married at noon, Feb. 15, at an impressive nuptial ceremony in St. Helena's cathedral. Only relatives and intimate friends were present at the rites which were read by the Rev. Thomas J. Gannon. Javan Pfieffer played several organ selections. The bride's sister-in-law, Mrs. S. J. Knudson of Missoula, and the bridegroom's brother, Raymond Casey, were the attendants. Following the ceremony a luncheon was served at the Montana club for 12 members of the immedir ate families. Pink and white sweet peas adorned the table which was centered with a beautiful wedding cake decorated with a miniature bride and groom. A smart navy blue spring ensemble with matching accessories and a corsage of Talisman roses was worn by the bride. The bride is a graduate of the Deer Lodge high school. For the past year she has been employed in the office of the Chevrolet" sales agency of Helena. Mr. Casey is a graduate of the Great Fails high school and Carroll college, Helena. He is employed as junior statistician in the Montana office of the United States agricultural marketing service. The couple left the same afterr noon for a wedding trip to"the west coast. ~They will return about March 1 and will make their home at 212 Seventh avenue. LEGISLATIVE VISITORS ATTEND RED CROSS SEWING StEETI.N'G Mrs. John M, Power was hostess at her home, 716 Harrison avenue, Thursday afternoon when a group of women who are visiting in Helena during the legislative assembly were guests at a luncheon and sper cial Red Cross sewing meeting. Mrs, Lester H. Loble, volunteer service chairman of the local Red Cross chapter, spoke briefly at the meeting. Guests for the afternoon included Mrs. Austin E. Lynch of Highwood, Mrs. H. G. Tyler of Homestead, Mrs. D. M. Manning of Hysham, Mrs. S. C. Arnold of Broadview, Mrs. C. H. ^tahoney of Jordan, Mrs. Roy Morris, Mrs. P. C. Peterson of Westby, and Mrs. Thomas Burke, Mrs. R. C. Dillavou, Mrs. R. H. Gebhardt, aud Mrs. C. J. Williams, all of Billings. and SKIRTS 50jjTQ$5.0Q For 81.00 to $7.95 Values THE TOWN AND COUNTRY SHOP 41 W. Sixth Ave. WED AT CATHOLIC RITES MRS. GLENN CASEY Before her marriage last Saturday noon at the St. Helena cathedral, Mrs. Casey was Miss Freda Knudson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Knudson of Deed Lodge. Mr. Casey is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Casey of Helena. The couple will return from their wedding trip about March i and will make their home at 212 Seventh avenue


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Tusen takk Ann-Mary! Da er jeg kjempefornøyd med alt dere har funnet til/for meg :)

 

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