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Ole Salveson Quee - fødd i Varhaug (Hå) i 1868 - utvandra i 1889/1890 til Dickinson Co., IA - kvar kom foreldri hans ifrå, og kva år utvandra Ole? - bygdebokoppslag?


Lars E. Øyane

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Eg er i dag komen borti ei utfordring frå Varhaug (Hå) i Rogaland og vonar at nokon med lokal kunnskap, eventuelt med hjelp av ei bygdebok, kan hjelpa meg vidare?

 

Ole Salveson, i Amerika kjend som Ole S. QUEE, var fødd i Varhaug sokn, Hå 6.8.1868 som son av husmann Salve Abrahamson og kona Oline Johannesdotter, då sagt å bu «under Djøseland»: https://media.digitalarkivet.no/view/6285/81

 

Eg finn foreldri hans i FT1865 busette på ein plass under Skretting: https://www.digitalarkivet.no/census/person/pf01038202002695

 

Og eg finn dei i FT1875 busette på Rangen, visstnok under Kvie: https://www.digitalarkivet.no/census/person/pf01052243001420

 

So finn eg vigsli til Salve Abrahamson «under Kvie» og Oline Johannesdotter «under Odland» 3.7.1849: https://media.digitalarkivet.no/view/1612/126

 

Men, eg finn IKKJE noki utvandring for Ole Salveson frå Varhaug kring 1889/1890: https://media.digitalarkivet.no/view/3644/271

 

Her er Ole Quee som farmar 1900 i Okoboji township, Dickinson Co., IA: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HT-6W2G-Y

 

Eg sit då att med desse utfordringane:

 

* Kva år utvandra Ole Salveson Kvie «Quee» til Amerika?

 

* Frå kva plass under Kvie hadde Salve Abrahamson opphavet sitt?

 

* Frå kva plass under Odland hadde Oline Johannesdotter opphavet sitt?

 

Eg takkar so mykje på førehand for alle gode tips!

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Hjarteleg takk til Lars W. for kjempefine og nyttige innlegg!

 

Då har me fått oversikt over opphavi til båe foreldri, men er det i det heile mogeleg å finna utvandringsåret til Ole?

 

Eg ser at ein Ole Salveson på 20 år kom til New York her i 1889: https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/7488/NYM237_533-1078?pid=9162101&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3D1%26dbid%3D7488%26h%3D9162101%26tid%3D%26pid%3D%26usePUB%3Dtrue%26_phsrc%3DNzx10797%26_phstart%3DsuccessSource&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=Nzx10797&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true

 

men sjølve lista har for få opplysningar til at me kan seia noko sikkert...

 

Ein ny kjempetakk for framifrå bistand til oppklaring av denne utvandringi!

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Eg har no motteke ein obituary for Ole Quee frå Iowa, og denne ser slik ut:

 

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Milford Mail

Thursday 30 July 1955

1, col. 6

 

Last Rites for Ole Quee Held Wednesday

   Ole Quee, 86, of Milford, passed away Sunday morning, June 26, at the Myrl Nursing home in Primghar.

   Funeral services were conducted from Little Sioux Lutheran church at 2:00 o’clock Wednesday afternoon with interment made in the Little Sioux Cemetery.  Rev. Leif Monson, conducted the last rites.

   Mrs. Harm Wolthults accompanied Mrs. Leif Monson on the organ as she sang two hymns: “I Know of a Sleep in Jesus Name” and “I’m But a Stranger Here.”  Pall bearers were George Hofstad, Chris Johnson, Marenus Johnson, Noel Williams, Roy DePue and Richard Pearson.

   Ole Quee, son of Salve Abrahamson and Olene Johanneson, was born August 6, 1868, at Kvie, near Stavanger, Norway.  He worked a light house on the edge of Stavanger until he was 20 years of age.  He then came to America to make his home.  His brother, Sam, and two sisters, Anna Overland and Malene Ree came to America a short time afterwards.

   For a time after coming to America he worked on the railroad after which he started farming.  He was married to Andrina Thoneta (Nettie) Oleson and to them eight children were born.  Seven of the children survive.  Almer preceded his father in death in 1932.  In 1935 Mrs. Quee passed away and Mr. Quee continued to farm.  In March of 1938, Mr. Quee and his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Modtland and family moved to Millford.  He resided here until in June of 1954 when he was taken to the Myrl Nursing home in Primghar where he lived until his death Sunday morning, June 26, at the age of 86 years, 10 months and 20 days.

   Ole served as a director in the rural schools of Okoboji township and after consolidation served as a member of Okoboji Township Consolidated School Board for a number of years.

   He was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith as a child and has since become a member of the Little Sioux Lutheran church near Milford.

   Survivors include seven children: Gladys, Mrs. Ray Childers of Spencer; Edith, Mrs. John Modtland, of Milford; Sophia, Mrs. Earl Hartman, of Spirit Lake; Mamie Schwidder of Milford; Selmer of Spencer; Harold, of Milford; Henry, of Thayer; 13 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Ree and Mrs. Overland of Milford and two half sisters of Norway, besides a host of other relatives and friends.

 

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Utifrå innhaldet vil eg gissa på at «kandidaten» eg fann som utvandra i 1889, ligg svært «godt an» til å høva med «vår» Ole, so eg trur me satsar på at det var han!

 

Eg takkar på ny for framifrå bistand til komplettering av denne biografien!

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