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Lunde/Viker Land Records in Moscow, Freeborn Co., MN (Township 103, Range 19):

B. J. Stoa to Ole N. Viker 1894 August 13, 1894 - Quitclaim from Berthol J. Stoa & wife to "Ole N. Wiker" (Ole Nilsen Viker) for a strip of land 1 rod wide and 80 rods long. Land located on the East side of the Southwest quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 8 in Township 103, Range 19 (Moscow). Filed with the Freeborn Co., Courthouse on November 9, 1896.
Agricultural College Lands to Carl Olsen Viker 1902 May 31, 1902 - final payment was made by "Carl O. Wiger" for the East half of the Northwest quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 8 in Township 103, Range 19 (Moscow). Land was purchased from the State of Minnesota. Total purchase was for 20 acres. The state of Minnesota reserved Mineral rights to the land. Carl was the son of Ole Nilsen Viker.
Carl Viker to Rudolph Lunde 1911 February 27, 1911 - Sale from Carl Viker to Rudolph Lunde for $1 and agreement that Rudolph will "clothe, board and furnish needed treatment and $20 per year" to Carl for and during his natural life. Deed to be void if the above is not provided. Carl never married or had children, and Rudolph was Carl's nephew, the son of Ole P. & Ingeborg (Viker) Lunde. Land in this transaction was the East half of the Southwest quarter of the Northeast quarter and the East half of the Northwest quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 8 in Township 103, Range 19 (Moscow). As of 2004, descendants of Rudolph Lunde still own this land.