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Julia Karlsen gift Nold

mann  Age Staggen O Nold

barn  Olaph  f 1900  Hilda 1902  Inger 1904  Clara  1906  Agnes, 1911  Helen J  22,12,1914, Selma  12-7-1917

 

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Olaf Nold

 

Birth:  1900 Death:  Dec. 16, 1986 trans.gif
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Grace E. Lathrop Bell (1913 - 2015)*
 
*Calculated relationship   Burial:
Union Cemetery 
Flandreau
Moody County
South Dakota, USA  
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Record added: Mar 12, 2012 
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Inger Nold Tischler

 

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Inger Nold Tischler

Birth: 1904Death: Dec., 1969trans.gif

 Burial:
Mountain View Cemetery 
Rapid City
Pennington County
South Dakota, USA 
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Joseph F Tischler

Birth:  1912 Death:  Apr., 1986 trans.gif   Burial:
Mountain View Cemetery 
Rapid City
Pennington County
South Dakota, USA  
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Inger Nold Tischler ,med feil fødselsår i Census 1940?

En datter Shirley 3 år.

 

Inger Tischler
United States Census, 1940
Name Inger Tischler Event Type Census Event Date 1940 Event Place Township 2 N Range 12, Pennington, South Dakota, United States Gender Female Age 31 Marital Status Married Race (Original) White Race White Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Wife Relationship to Head of Household Wife Birthplace South Dakota Birth Year (Estimated) 1909 Last Place of Residence Rapid City, Pennington, South Dakota
HOUSEHOLD ROLE GENDER AGE BIRTHPLACE

 

 

Jospeh F Tischler

Head M 27 South Dakota

 

 

Inger Tischler

Wife F 31 South Dakota

 

 

Shirley A Tischler

Daughter F 3 South Dakota

 

 

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Inger Tischler
South Dakota State Census, 1945

Name Inger Tischler Event Type Census Event Place Ward 3, Penn, South Dakota Post Office R C,, South Dakota Age 40 Race White Birthplace Colman S D Birth Year (Estimated) 1905 Years in United States (Original) 40 Arrival Year (Estimated) 1905 Father's Birthplace Norway Mother's Birthplace Norway

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Joseph F Tischler

South Dakota State Census, 1945

birth:
1912
Parkston S D
residence:
 
Ward 3, Penn, South Dakota

 

 

Shirley A Tischler

Daughter

United States Census, 1940

birth:
1937
South Dakota
residence:
1940
Township 2 N Range 12, Pennington, South Dakota, United States
father:
Jospeh F Tischler
mother:
Inger Tischler
 
 
Shirley Ann Tichler

South Dakota State Census, 1945

birth:
1937
Rapid City
residence:
 
Ward 3de, Penn, South Dakota

 

Shirley Tischler

South Dakota, Department of Health, Index to Births 1843-1914 and Marriages 1950-2014

birth:
1937
 
marriage:
24 June 1961
Pennington, South Dakota, United States
spouse:
Lowell Haugen

 

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Ei Shirley Tischler giftet seg 24 juni 1961 i Pennington CountySouth Dakota.
Brudgommen het Lowell Haugen

 

Shirley Tischler

 

Spouse: Lowell Haugen

Marriage Date: June 24, 1961
Location: Pennington County, South Dakota

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Posted Apr 4, 2013 at 4:05 PM
Updated Apr 4, 2013 at 4:46 PM 

 

Lowell was born on Jan. 17, 1929 in Clarkfield, the son of Conrad and Perle (Anderson) Haugen. Lowell was a 1947 graduate of Clarkfield High School, and farmed with his father and brothers until in 1953 when he was drafted into the U.S. Army. He served in Germany for two years during the Korean conflict and received his honorable discharge. Lowell continued his education attending South Dakota State where he majored in Agriculture and Chemistry. He graduated in December of 1958 and began his teaching career in Fonda, Iowa.In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given towards a scholarship to be established in Lowell’s name.Burial will be held at 1 p.m. on Friday, April 12, in Clarkfield Lutheran Cemetery, Clarkfield, with Pastor Christopher “Chris” R. Zuraff officiating.Visitation will take place at the Rago-Baldwin Funeral Home, 520 East St., in Baraboo, on Wednesday, April 3, from 4 to 7 p.m., and at the church on Thursday from 10 a.m. until the time of service.Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, April 4, at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 727 8th St., in Baraboo, WI with Pastor Karen Hofstad officiating.Lowell Conrad Peter Haugen, 84, of Baraboo, WI, formerly of Clarkfield, passed away on Sunday, March 31, 2013 at St. Clare Meadows Health Care Center in Baraboo.

On June 24, 1961, Lowell was united in marriage to Shirley Tischler in Rapid City, SD. He continued teaching in Iowa until 1967, and then attending Brown University to complete his Master’s degree. In 1968, he moved to Baraboo, and continued his teaching career at Baraboo Junior High school until his retirement in 1995.

Throughout his career, he was a life-long learner and continued his studies thru summer school with the National Science Founda-tion in various states, which included California, Texas, Nebraska, Florida and Alabama. Lowell loved to see his students learn and appreciated hearing from them as well. He had a love for drama, which he pursued in college, where he acted and directed a variety of shows and programs. Locally, Lowell was a member of the Sauk County Board for many years. During this time he was active with the Sons of Norway, Lutheran Brother-hood, and the FFA. In his spare time, Lowell enjoyed gardening and sharing his harvest with the residents of Donahue Apartments and Baraboo Food Pantry. He also enjoyed bowling, playing cards, reading, and traveling. He was an avid sports fan, watching the Minneapolis Lakers, Minnesota Vikings and Twins, and the St. Louis Cardinals.

Survivors include his wife of 51 years, Shirley; daughters: Ann Haugen of Baraboo, WI; Laura (Alfons) Foschiatti of Mound; son, Keith Haugen of Schaumburg, Ill.; two grandchildren: Oliver and Eric Foschiatti; brother, Richard Haugen of Clarkfield; sister: Signe Belle “Peggy” Olson of Minneapolis; and several nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

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Lowell Conrad Peter Haugen

 

Birth:  Jan. 17, 1929
Clarkfield
Yellow Medicine County
Minnesota, USA Death:  Mar. 31, 2013
Baraboo
Sauk County
Wisconsin, USA trans.gif
Lowell Conrad Peter Haugen, age 84, of Baraboo, passed away on Sunday, March 31, 2013 at St. Clare Meadows Health Care Center. Lowell was born on Jan. 17, 1929 in Clarkfield, Minnesota, the son of Conrad andPerle (Anderson) Haugen. Lowell was a 1947 graduate of Clarkfield High School, and farmed with his father and brothers until in 1953 when he was drafted into the U.S. Army. He served in Germany for two years during the Korean conflict and received his honorable discharge. Lowell continued his education attending South Dakota State where he majored in Agriculture and Chemistry. He graduated in December of 1958 and began his teaching career in Fonda, Iowa. On June 24, 1961, Lowell was united in marriage to Shirley Tischler in Rapid City, SD. He continued teaching in Iowa until 1967, and then attending Brown University to complete his Master's degree. In 1968, he moved to Baraboo, and continued his teaching career at Baraboo Junior High school until his retirement in 1995. Throughout his career, he was a lifelong learner and continued his studies through summer school with the National Science Foundation in various states, which included California, Texas, Nebraska, Florida and Alabama. Lowell loved to see his students learn and appreciated hearing from them as well. He had a love for drama, which he pursued in college, where he acted and directed a variety of shows and programs. Locally, Lowell was a member of the Sauk County Board for many years. During this time he was active with the Sons of Norway, Lutheran Brotherhood, and the FFA. In his spare time, Lowell enjoyed gardening and sharing his harvest with the residents of Donahue Apartments and Baraboo Food Pantry. He also enjoyed bowling, playing cards, reading, and traveling. He was an avid sports fan, watching the Minneapolis Lakers, Minnesota Vikings and Twins, and the St. Louis Cardinals. Survivors include his wife of 51 years, Shirley; two daughters, Ann Haugen, Laura Foschiatti; a son, Keith Haugen; two grandchildren, Oliver and Eric Foschiatti; a brother, Richard Haugen; a sister, Signe Belle "Peggy" Olson; and several nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Lowell was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Roland Haugen; and a sister, Beverly Chappell. 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Conrad Olai Haugen (1896 - 1991)
  Perle Annette Anderson Haugen (1895 - 1967)
 
 Siblings:
  Roland E Haugen (1923 - 2008)*
  Beverly Elsie Haugen Chappell (1926 - 2007)*
  Lowell Conrad Peter Haugen (1929 - 2013)
 
*Calculated relationship   Burial:
Clarkfield Cemetery 
Clarkfield
Yellow Medicine County
Minnesota, USA  
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Robert Gill

GILL LYDAY

Posted By: Connie Swearingen (email)
Date: 9/22/2010 at 20:46:07

History of Woodbury County, Iowa 1984

Robert Gill 

By Frances Fymbo

Robert Franklin Gill was born in Arkansas but the family moved to Celeste, Texas, where they lived for many years. He married Lilly Lyday. They had a large family but only two boys and lived to adulthood: Clyde Gill, born February 2, 1903 and Robert Lyday, born September 15, 1908. Their mother died in childbirth when Robert was three years old. Then the boys with their father moved to Hooker, Oklahoma, where they had relatives. Mr Franklin Gill was a carpenter and the two boys learned the trade from him as they worked with him. Robert Lyday Gill graduated from high school and played some football when he was in college. Robert Gill came to South Dakota, working with the Jarvis Construction Company, building airbases including one at Mitchell, and one at Sioux Falls.

He met Agnes Nold, a teacher at the Molskness School. Because times were hard, they waited four years during which time Agnes continued to teach school at Flandreau, South Dakota. They were married in her home in Colman, December 28, 1935. She finished the school year in Flandreau and taught the next year in Colman. Their first child, a daughter, Joyce Lorraine, was born July 8, 1938, in Colman, South Dakota.

As his work took him from place to place they moved about a great deal and met and made many friends. Agnes has kept an interesting record of their homes and pictures of their friends. Their second child, Robert Emery Gill was born June 17, 1943. Mr Gill continued with Jarvis Construction in the airbase construction work in South Dakota and Nebraska until 1944 when they moved to Sergeant Bluuf, and he worked on the Sergeant Bluff airbase for the duration of the war. Then he continued in highway construction work with a company from Onawa. During the off season for construction, he was employed at the Ballou Brick Compnay.

Mr Gill was a member of the Morningside Lutheran Church. He was active in Boy Scout work. He served on the town council for four years and was elected mayor in 1956. He was a serving his second term when he was stricken with a heart attack while watching his son play Junior High football. He died October 22, 1958.

Agnes Nold was the daughter of Haagen and Julia Nold who came to America form Norway. Haagen Nold was born in Norway, February 14, 1865. He came to America in 1883 and made his home in Minnehaha County until 1892, when he moved to a farm near Colman, South Dakota. A few years later he returned to Norway and brought his sister, Josephine, and his boyhood sweetheart, Julia, to America. They were married in South Daktoa and went to live on the farm near Colman. Eight children were born to them. They were two boys – one son died in infancy and one son, Olaf, now lives in Flandreau, South Dakota. Four of the daughters were teachers, Agnes being one. Julia Halseth was born in Norway, December 31, 1879, and came to America when she was nineteen. She became a member of the Hegre Lutheran Church. They raised their family on the farm. Mr Nold died in his home in Colman Township, January 4, 1919. Mrs Nold moved to Madison to live with her daughter, Clara. She was living with her daughter, Agnes, in Sergeant Bluff when she passed away, October 14, 1950.

Mrs Robert Gill ‘Agnes’ had worked for the Sergeant Bluff High School for ten years when her husband passed away, she decided to return to college and receive her B.A. degree from Morningside in 1966. She had taught the first grade at Sergeant Bluff Elementary School for fourteen years when she retired.

Joyce Lorraine Gill graduated form high school in 1956 and married Robert Butler, June 21, 1957. They had two children – one son, Gregory, and one daughter, Julie. They both graduated from SBHS. Greg attended Iowa State University at Ames and one in Kansas City.

Julie married Robert Hike of Belleview, Nebraska. They have one son, Bobby Lee Hike, born September 10, 1981.

Robert Emery Gill graduated from theSBHA in 1961. He married Linda Hookman in 1964. He was a member of the National Guard and in 1968 he spent nine months in Vietnam. They live in Kansas City, where he died October 2, 1974, at thirty-one years of age. Robert and Linda had one child, a daughter, Robin Lynn Gill, who graduated from high school in Kansas City and is attending college thre in 1984. 

 

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Hågen Nold kom fra gården Nolden i Kvam. Her er familien hans.

 

Ingeborg Johnsdtr f. 1828 ble gift 1847 med Ove Martinius Arntsen Li f. 28.3.1827, sønn av Arnt Haagensen og Ragnhild Arntsdtr. på Li. Ove fikk skjøte på Nold i 1848 for 300 spd. Barn:

1.                  Anne Rebekka f. 18.7.1848, g.m. Eilert Olsen Grøtan. Plassfolk i Ekkerhagen. Senere brukere i Vesterdalen.

2.                  Anne Margrethe f. 16.7.1849 d. 1906, g.m. Peder Andreas Mortensen Strømstad. Brukere på Li.

3.                  Karen f. 2.1.1851, utvandret til Amerika i 1873, og ble gift der med Sivert M. Olsen Hegge som reiste over på samme tid.

4.                  Johanne f. 21.6.1852 d. 1867.

5.                  Martha Sofie f. 2.2.1854 d. 1917, g.m. Peter Olaus Taraldsen Brunstad. Brukere på Brunstad.

6.                  Berit Marie f. 2.2.1854 d. 1931, gift med lærer og forfatter Nils Taraldsen. Bosatt på Vold i  Egge.

7.                  Ole Iver f. 11.1.1856 d. 1930, g.m. Anne Theodorsdtr. Borgan. Brukere i Lien 248 / 2.

8.                  Rafael f. 4.4.1858 d. 1934, utvandret til Amerika i 1880. G.m. Marit, og bosatt i Colman, South Dakota. De fikk 9 barn, hvorav 7 levde opp.

9.                  Petter f. 1859, døde straks.

10.              Manna Petrine f. 7.11.1860 d. 1942, g.m. Jørgen Pettersen Viken. Brukere i Viken 247 / 16.

11.              Tine Oline f. 5.11.1862, g.m. Theodor Jørgensen Borgan. Brukere på Borgan og Li.

12.              Hågen f. 14.2.1865 d. 1919, utvandret til Amerika i 1883, kom hjem igjen, men dro tilbake i 1899. Ble gift samme år med Julia Karlsdtr Halseth, datter av Karl Johannessen Kvam og hustru Hanna Louise. Bosatt i Colman, S.D.

13.              Josefine f. 20.4.1869 d. 1919, utvandret til Amerika i 1899. Var i 1910 ugift og bosatt i Sioux Falls, S.D. Ble senere gift med Erik Olsen.

 

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