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Egil Johannessen
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1 time siden, Ronny Stolen Tollefsen skrev:

Ulvhild Halvorsdatter f. 13.07.1825 i Uvdal, død 03.11.1905 i Clayton County, Iowa.

 

Rart hva man finner.....

 

http://iagenweb.org/boards/clayton/obituaries/index.cgi?review=565179

 

Bakke, Ulvhild (Reierson) 1825 - 1905

Elkader Argus, Wed., 8 Nov. 1905.

Died, at her home in Wagner township, Friday, Nov. 3, Mrs. Ulvhild Reierson Bakke, at the age of 80 years. In the death of Mrs. Bakke one more of our old pioneers has gone to join the silent majority, after a long and useful life spent in hard labor and the task of earning her daily bread and raising and bringing up a family.

She was born in Numedal, Norway, the 13th of July, 1825, and was married in the old country, Dec. 26th, 1850, to Mr. Reier T. Bakke, who died about ten years ago. Quite awhile before his death they had made their home with their son, Torkel T. Bakke, to whom they had sold their farm. He gave them a good and comfortable home and cared for them to the best of his ability. After Mr. Bakke's death his wife continued to live with her son at the old home.

In 1862, Mr. and Mrs. Bakke left their native home and came to Clayton county which has been their home ever since. Seven children were born to them, five of whom are living, two boys and three girls, all of whom are married and have homes of their own. She had the satisfaction of seeing all her children self supporting and making their own way through this world.

Seven or eight months ago she fell and broke her leg, and this accident coming on in her old age made her helpless and unable to care for herself, but she was well taken care of until death came to her as a relief from her sufferings.

On Monday afternoon, Nov. the 6th, she was laid at rest in the Norway cemetery beside her husband. She is at rest from her troubles, her life work done. Rev. Arveson preached the funeral sermon.

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1 minutt siden, Egil Johannessen skrev:

 

Rart hva man finner.....

 

http://iagenweb.org/boards/clayton/obituaries/index.cgi?review=565179

 

Elkader Argus, Wed., 8 Nov. 1905.

Died, at her home in Wagner township, Friday, Nov. 3, Mrs. Ulvhild Reierson Bakke, at the age of 80 years. In the death of Mrs. Bakke one more of our old pioneers has gone to join the silent majority, after a long and useful life spent in hard labor and the task of earning her daily bread and raising and bringing up a family.

She was born in Numedal, Norway, the 13th of July, 1825, and was married in the old country, Dec. 26th, 1850, to Mr. Reier T. Bakke, who died about ten years ago. Quite awhile before his death they had made their home with their son, Torkel T. Bakke, to whom they had sold their farm. He gave them a good and comfortable home and cared for them to the best of his ability. After Mr. Bakke's death his wife continued to live with her son at the old home.

In 1862, Mr. and Mrs. Bakke left their native home and came to Clayton county which has been their home ever since. Seven children were born to them, five of whom are living, two boys and three girls, all of whom are married and have homes of their own. She had the satisfaction of seeing all her children self supporting and making their own way through this world.

Seven or eight months ago she fell and broke her leg, and this accident coming on in her old age made her helpless and unable to care for herself, but she was well taken care of until death came to her as a relief from her sufferings.

On Monday afternoon, Nov. the 6th, she was laid at rest in the Norway cemetery beside her husband. She is at rest from her troubles, her life work done. Rev. Arveson preached the funeral sermon.

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BAKER, Luella Christine (Johnson) --- 1894-1980

Funeral Services Held For Luella Baker

Funeral services were held for Luella Christine Baker, 86, at 1:30 p.m. at East Clermont Lutheran Church, Saturday, Nov. 29, 1980. The Rev. Allan Stoa officiated in the service, with interment in the church cemetery.

Luella Baker, the daughter of Gustav and Anna (Reierson) Johnson, was born Jan. 22, 1894 in Fayette County, Iowa. She was baptized, confirmed and was a member of the East Clermont Lutheran Church. Dec. 20, 1918 she was united in marriage to Oscar Baker. She died Tuesday, Nov. 25 at Community Memorial Hospital in Postville.

Preceding her in death were her husband in 1969 and a brother, Julius Johnson. Surviving is son Leslie; one granddaughter; and two great grandchildren.

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JULIUS JOHNSON 1895-1964

Funeral services for Julius Johnson, 68, of Giard were held Friday afternoon, Dec. 27, at the First Evangelical Lutheran church in rural McGregor with Rev. O. R. Haugstul officiating.

Burial was in the church cemetery.

Mr. Johnson died suddenly Monday evening, Dec. 23, at the McGregor hospital, where he was taken after suffering a heart attack at (sic) that afternoon.

He was born at Elgin, Feb. 14, 1895, a son of Gustav and Anna, nee Reierson, Johnson. He was baptized and confirmed at the East Clermont Lutheran church. He received his education in the rural schools of the Elgin vicinity.

He was married to Mabel Amundson, Nov. 10, 1920. They farmed in the Elgin community until 1938 when they moved to the McGregor vicinity.

Mr. Johnson was a veteran of World War I. He entered service May 27, 1918, and served 11 months with the American Expeditionary forces in France. He was discharged from the army, June 14, 1919.

He was a member of the Monona-Luana American Legion. Graveside rites were in charge of the American Legion posts of Monona-Luana, McGregor, and Harpers Ferry.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Otto (Merriel) Hallberg of McGregor and Mrs. Leo (Alice) Schlitter of East Dubuque; a son, Alvin of Monona; a sister, Mrs. Oscar Baker of Monona; a nephew, Leslie Baker of Monona, and 10 grandchildren.

Pallbearers were: Gene Plozel, Adolph Nielsen, Tom Grady, Harry Luster, Gene Ewing, and Gene Ihde.

Postville Herald newspaper clipping, hand dated 1964, from my mother's obituary collection.

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De OBIT'ene jeg har postet kommer fra denne (se under)

 

34 minutter siden, Egil Johannessen skrev:

 

så her burde du legge inn en forespørsel - http://iagenweb.org/boards/fayette/queries/index.cgi?#PostMessage

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Loftsgard, Anna (Erickson) 1898-1990

Anna Erickson Loftsgard died Jan. 23 at the Good Samaritan Home, West Union, IA. Services were conducted by Rev. William Palmquist at Marion Lutheran Church, Gunder, IA on Jan. 27. Arrangements were by Muehlethaler Funeral Home. Pallbearers were her grandsons David, Donald and Douglas Smith, Norman Loftsgard and grandsons-in-law Charles Hoogland and Charles Schminda.

Anna Erickson was born the daughter of John and Bertha (Reierson) Erickson August 30, 1898 at Wadena, Iowa. She was baptized September 2, 1898 at the Marion Lutheran Church, Gunder, IA and confirmed June 1, 1913 at the Highland Lutheran Church. Her education was in the rural school.

She married Ole Olvin Loftsgard on Dec. 9, 1916 at the Highland Lutheran Church. They had 3 children. They farmed near Gunder until Ole's death in 1972. Later she moved to an apartment at the Good Samaritan facility in West Union and entered their Nursing Home in 1980.

She was an active member of Marion Lutheran Church, and the women's groups, Dorcas and Mission Society. She taught Sunday School 50 years, and was a member of the Elgin Legion Auxiliary and the Home and Garden Club. Her special love was raising calla lilies to put on the church altar.

Preceding her in death were her husband Ole, an infant son, O. Ollard, an infant grandson, Wayne Loftsgard; one great granddaughter, Brenda Krambeer; four sisters, Margaret Johnson, Jenny Wilson, Pearl Johnson, and Mabel Klingman, and four brothers, Richard, Bert, Ole and John.

Surviving are her children, Aldora Anderson of Waseca, MN; O. Orlando of Norwood, MO; Josephine Smith of Postville, IA; 13 grandchildren; 35 great grandchildren; three great grandchildren; a sister, Elizabeth Solomon at the Sumner Nursing Home.

Postville, Iowa newspaper of the time clipping, hand dated 1990, from my mother's obituary collection. Posted for genealogical purposes, contributor is not related.

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Egil Johannessen
9 minutter siden, Ronny Stolen Tollefsen skrev:

Da legger jeg inn forespørsel der og

 

Flott om du poster her om du får respons  - krysser fingre og tær 😊👍

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Legger inn OBIT for denne;

Rudy Reierson

1897–1966

BIRTH 5 NOVEMBER 1897  Elgin, Fayette County, Iowa, United States of America

DEATH 6 MARCH 1966  Salem, Marion County, Oregon, United States of America

 

The Capital Journal (Salem, Oregon) 07 Mar 1966, Monday, Page 8https://www.newspapers.com/clip/78189605/obit-rudy-reierson/

 

EDIT; ser nå at den samme OBIT ligger på FAG - https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/77703181/rudy-reierson

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