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Argo Cemetery, Burt County, Nebraska


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The Argo Cemetery, in Burt County, is a small, rural, well maintained cemetery located about 1/2 mile south of Uehling, NE on US 77 and then 3 miles east and 1/4 mile south. This Web-Site contains the obituaries for the people buried in this cemetery.

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Name = Jens Andersen

Dates on Tombstone = 11-17-1907  -  8-18-1992

Spouse = Irene M. Mack (1931)

Parents = Anders & Olivia (Anderson) Andersen

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent 
August 22, 1992

Jens Andersen, 84, died on Aug. 18, 1992 at Clarkson Hospital,
Omaha, NE. He was born on Nov. 17, 1907 near Kennard to Anders &
Olivia (Anderson) Andersen.  At the age of 10 he moved with his
parents to a farm 2 1/2 miles west of Oakland.  He married Irene
Mack of West Point on Feb. 25, 1931 at Oakland.  They lived west of
Oakland on his parents farm and in 1943 moved to a farm west of
Uehling.

Survivors are hs wife, Irene, sons; Richard & wife, Mary, and Donald
& wife, Patsy, 9 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren, 3 sisters;
Pernilla (Mrs. Marlin) Jensen of Omaha, Mattie (Mrs. Elmer) Rikert
and Ruth (Mrs. Howard) Denton both of Oakland, and 1 sister-in-law,
Verna (Mrs. Neal) Andersen of Oakland.  He was buried at the Argo
Cemetery.hhw 

ANDERSEN, JENS 
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Name = Irene M. Andersen

Dates on Tombstone = 2-1-1913    -   11-05-2010 

Spouse = Jens Andersen (1931)

Maiden Name = Irene Mack

Parents = Charles W. & Elizabeth (Schultz) Mack

Irene M. Andersen, 97, of Oakland died Friday, Nov. 5, 2010, at
Oakland Mercy Hospital.

She was born Feb. 1, 1913, in West Point to Charles W. and Elizabeth
(Schultz) Mack. She attended West Point Grade School and High
School. She married Jens Andersen on Feb. 25, 1931, in Oakland. They
made their home on the home place for 12 years. In 1943, the family
moved to a farm near Uehling. Following her husband's death in 1992,
Irene made her home in Oakland. In her later years, she resided at
Oakland Heights Nursing Home.

She was a homemaker. She was a member of the First Lutheran Church
in Oakland, the Dorcas Society and the Happy Hour Club.

Survivors include: her son and daughter-in-law, Donald and Patsy of
Fremont; daughter-in-law, Mary of Craig; nine grandchildren; 17
great-grandchildren; and six great-great grandchildren.

She also was preceded in death by a son and two brothers.

The memorial service will be 2 p.m. Friday at First Evangelical
Lutheran Church in Oakland with the Rev. Mark Eldal officiating.
Private family burial was held in Argo Cemetery in rural Uehling.

Memorials may be directed to First Evangelical Lutheran Church in
Oakland.hhw

ireneadnersenargo

ANDERSEN, IRENE M.
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Name = Richard Andersen

Dates = 9-6-1932  -  3-29-2005

Parents = Jens & Irene (Mack) Andersen

Spouse = Mary Lambrecht

The Fremont Tribune (On-Line)
March 30, 2005

Richard Andersen, 72, of rural Craig died Tuesday, March 29, 2005,
at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha.

The funeral will be 10:30 a.m. Friday at Elim Lutheran Church.
Visitation will be from 1-8 p.m. Thursday at Palmquist-Pelan Funeral
Home in Oakland with the family receiving friends from 6-8 p.m.
Visitation will continue one hour prior to service time at the
church. Burial will be in Argo Cemetery.hhw 
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Richard Andersen

The Fremont Tribune (On-Line)
March 31, 2005

The funeral for Richard L. Andersen, 72, of rural Craig will be
10:30 a.m. Friday at Elim Lutheran Church.

He died Tuesday, March 29, 2005, at the University of Nebraska
Medical Center in Omaha.

He was born Sept. 6, 1932, in Oakland to Jens and Irene M. (Mack)
Andersen. He moved with his family to a farm east of Uehling as a
boy. He graduated from Uehling High School in 1950. He lived and
farmed in that same neighborhood, east of Uehling, most of his life
except for two years that he spent in the Armed Forces. He served in
the U.S. Army during the Korean War and was honorably discharged on
Nov. 23, 1954.

He married Mary Lambrecht on May 13, 1953, in Omaha, prior to him
leaving to serve overseas. In addition to farming, he worked briefly
at Hillside De-Hy, rural Uehling and B & H Manufacturing in
Waterloo.

He was a member of Elim Lutheran Church for more than 30 years and
served on the church council. He was a member of the American
Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars and 40 & 8 Veterans Organizations,
where he served as commander and other offices. He was a past member
of the local Co-op Board and served as president of the Rural Fire
Board for many years.

Survivors include: his wife, Mary of Craig; two sons, Rick (and
wife, Dina) Andersen of Scribner and Bruce (and wife, Teresa)
Andersen of Fremont; three daughters, Laurie (Mrs. Dan) Wobken of
Hooper, Linda (Mrs. Daniel) Jacques of Abilene, Texas, and Carol
(Mrs. Allen) Schipull of Pella, Iowa; his mother, Irene Andersen; a
brother, Don (and wife, Patsy) Andersen; 12 grandchildren, a
stepgranddaughter and a stepgreat-grandson 

The Rev. Robert C. Larson will officiate Friday's service.
Visitation will be from 1-8 p.m. today at Palmquist-Pelan Funeral
Home in Oakland with the family receiving friends from 6-8 p.m.
Visitation will continue one hour prior to service time at the
church. Military honors will be conducted by L. Nobel Lund American
Legion Post 196 and Winslow-Hooper VFW Post 10535. Burial will be in
Argo Cemetery, rural Uehling. A memorial has been established to the
Uehling Fire and Rescue Department.hhw 

richardandersen

ANDERSEN, RICHARD
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Name = Barbara Sue Nelson Anderson

Dates on Tombstone = 1948  -  1969

Spouse =

Maiden Name =

ANDERSON, BARBARA SUE
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Name = Charles M. Anderson

Dates on Tombstone = 1875  -  1912

Spouse = Nettie M. Anderson(1898)

Parents =

3-11-1898 O//I
Double wedding at home of John Anderson, 7 miles SE of Oakland.
Charles M. Anderson to Miss Nettie M. Anderson. Olof Lundquist to
Miss Helma Anderson.hhw

1900 Nebraska, Burt, Craig, 111A
Anderson, Charles   Head wm Jun 1873 26 m 2     Sweden   Sweden Sweden 1881 19
          Nettie M. Wife wf mar 1874 26 m 2 2 2 Illinois Sweden Sweden
          Almer L.  son  wm Feb 1898  1 s       Nebr     Sweden Illinois
          Alma      Dau  wf May 1900  ½ s       Nebr     Sweden Illinois



ANDERSON, CHARLES M.
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Name = Nettie M. Anderson

Dates on Tombstone = 1873  -  1936

Spouse = Charles M. Anderson(1898)

Maiden Name = Nettie M. Anderson

Parents =

1920 Nebraska, Burt, Craig, 27A
Anderson, Nettie M.   Head  O M f w 45 wd  Illinois Sweden Sweden
          Elmer S.    Son       m w 21  s  Nebraska Sweden Sweden
          Winlof C.   Son       m w 17  s  Nebraska Sweden Sweden
          Hazel E.    Dau       f w 14  s  Nebraska Sweden Sweden
          Clifford W. Son       m w 12  s  Nebraska Sweden Sweden

ANDERSON, NETTIE M.
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Name = Alma M. Anderson, 
dau of G. M. & N. A. Anderson

Dates on Tombstone = 1y 1m 19d  -   7-19-1901

Parents = Charles M. & Nettie M. Anderson

ANDERSON, ALMA M.
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Name = Clifford G. Anderson

Dates on Tombstone = 1900  -  1974

Actual Dates = 2-13-1900  -  7-23-1974  
     
Spouse = Hilda P. Nelson (1929)

Parents =

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
July 25, 1974

Clifford Gilbert Anderson, 74, died the preceding Tuesday at
Clarkson Hopsital, Omaha.  He was born on Feb. 3, 1900 at Maskell.
He graduated from Augustana College.  He married Hilda Nelson on
Nov. 9, 1929 at Omaha.  He is survived by his wife, a daughter,
Berna Jean (Mrs. Henry) Franklin, of Ville Park, IL, 5
grandchildren, Michael, Kathleen, Julie, Laura and Andrew Franklin,
4 sisters; Mrs. Ruby Matson, Huron, SD, Mrs. Ruth Come, Seattle, WA,
Mrs. Maurine Rupp, of LaGrange, Il and Mrs. Ione Bradford, of Alsip,
IL, and 1 brother, Sherman Anderson, of Milwaukee, WI.  He was
buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw

cliffordganderson

ANDERSON, CLIFFORD G. 
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Name = Hilda P. Anderson 

Dates on Tombstone = 1906  -  1987

Actual Dates = 2-18-1906  -  8-8-1987

Spouse = Clifford G. Anderson (1929)

Maiden Name = Hilda Nelson

Parents = John & Bena (Anderson) Nelson

Obituary - Sumary

The Oakland Independent
August 13, 1987

Hilda Anderson, 81, died on Aug. 8, 1987 at Oakland Memorial
Hospital.   She was born on Feb. 18, 1906 at Oakland to John and
Bena (Anderson) Nelson.  She married Clifford G. Anderson on Nov. 9,
1929 in Omaha.  She has lived in Uehling since 1941.  She was
preceded in death by her parents, her husband in 1974, 3 brothers,
and 3 sisters.  Survivors are; a daughter, Berna Jean (Mrs. Henry)
Franklin, 5 grandchildren; Michael, Kathleen, Julie, Laura and
Andrew Franklin.  She was buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw

hildaanderson

ANDERSON, HILDA JP.
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Name = Clifford W. Anderson

Dates on Tombstone = 4-7-1907  -  6-13-1941

Spouse = Irene Wilson (1930)

Parents = Charles M. & Nettie M. Anderson

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
June 20, 1941

Clifford W. Anderson, 33, of Fremont, died last Friday at Fremont.
He was born on April 7, 1907 in Craig.  He married Irene Wilson on
Mar. 26, 1930 at Fremont.  They lived in Nickerson until 3 years ago
when they moved to Fremont.  Surviors are his wife, and 2 children,
Billy and Betty, 2 brothers, Elmer and Wynlow both of Craig and a
sister, Hazel Anderson of Craig.  He was buried a the Argo Cemetery.hhw

ANDERSON, CLIFFORD W.
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Name = Edwin F. Anderson

Dates on Tombstone = 1-26-1875  -  4-1-1943

Parents = Nels & Olivia Anderson (Andrew Davidson)

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
April 8, 1943

Edwin F. Anderson, of Filer, Idaho, died on April 1, 1943 at
Laramie, WY.  He was born on Jan. 26, 1875 near Uehling, NE to Mrs.
& Mrs. Nels Anderson of Oakland.  Survivors are a sister, Mrs. A. E.
Ebberson of Scottsbluff, NE,  a brother, Lambert Anderson, of
Oakland, a niece, Mrs. Florence Bonner of Boulder, CO and others.
He was buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw 

ANDERSON, EDWIN F.
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Name = Elmer L. Anderson

Dates on Tombstone =  9-7-1898  -  12-21-1960

Parents = Charles & Nettie Anderson

Obituary - Summary

The Oakand Independent
December 29, 1960

Elmer Leland Anderson, 63, died the preceding Wednesday at Oakland
following an illness of nearly 1 year.  He was born on Sept. 7, 1898
on a farm west of Craig to Chas. & Nettie Anderson.  He moved to
Craig in 1930.  He was preceded in death by his parents, an infant
sister, Alma, and a brother, Clifford.  Survivors are; a brother
Wynlow, a sister, Hazel, a nephew, Bill M. Anderson of Pierce and a
niece, Betty McCracken of Arizona.  He was buried at the Argo
Cemetery.hhw

ANDERSON, ELMER L.
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Name = Harold E. Anderson 
son of E. J. & A. G. Anderson

Dates on Tombstone = 7-27-1903   -  2-8-1904

Parents =  E. J.  A. G. Anderson

ANDERSON, HAROLD E.
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Name = Hazel E. Anderson

Dates on Tombstone = 3-4-1905  -  6-3-1984

Parents = Charles & Nettie Anderson

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
June 7, 1984

Hazel G. Anderson, 79, of Craig died the preceding Sunday at
Oakland.  She was buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw

ANDERSON, HAZEL E.
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Name = Lambert A. Anderson

Dates on Tombstone = 10-14-1871  -  10-2-1958

Spouse = Mary Peterson (1907)

Parents Name = Nels & Olivia Anderson (Andrew Davidson)

Obituary

The Hooper Sentinel 
October 9, 1958

Services are Held for L. Anderson

Lambert A. Anderson of Craig passed away early Thursday morning
October 2nd at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Fred Christensen.  
He had been in failing health the past few years. 

Mr. Anderson was born October 14, 1871, near Hooper and had lived
in the Craig area all his life. On June 5th, 1907, he was married
to Mary Peterson in Fremont. She preceded him in death on October
4, 1944. 

Among the survivors are a son, Lowell of Oakland, and a daughter,
Mrs. Fred Christensen of Craig; two grandchildren, one sister, Mrs.
Emily Ebberson of Boulder, Colo., and one niece, Mrs. Florence
Bonner of Boulder, Colo.  His parents and one brother also preceded
him in death. 

Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the Congregational
church in Uehling, with the Rev. Maurice Holt officiating.  Burial
was in the Argo Cemetery. Music for the service was by Leroy
Monson, soloist, and Mrs. Windsor Uehling, organist. Pallbearers
were Robert Olson, Clifford G. Anderson, Axel W. Nelson, Ernest
Egbers, Dwight Patrick and Walfrid Lindberg.hhw

ANDERSON, LAMBERT    
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Name = Mary Peterson 
wife of Lambert Anderson

Dates on Tombstone = 6-15-1868  -  10-4-1944

Spouse = Lambert Anderson (1907)

Maiden Name = Mary Peterson

Parents Name = Hans & Martha Peterson

Obituary

The Hooper Sentinel 
October 5, 1944

Death Yesterday Morning of Mrs. Lambert Anderson

Mrs. Lambert Anderson, a long time resident of the Argo community
passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Christensen,
Wednesday morning, Oct. 4, 1944, at the age of 76 years, 3 months
and 19 days.  

As Mary Peterson, daughter of Hans and Martha Peterson, she was
born on June 15, 1868 at Moline, Ills. coming to Nebraska with her
parents at the age of three years.  She attended the rural schools
and as a young woman worked in several homes also engaging in the
millinery business in Oakland for some time. 

On June 5, 1907, she was united in marriage to Lambert Anderson and
they took up their home on a farm north of Oakland where they lived
for 6 years before settling near Argo. 

Surviving to mourn her passing are her husband, Lambert Anderson of
Craig; one daughter, Mrs. Fred Christensen of Hooper, whose
daughter Marvel, is the only grandchild; one son, Lowell of
Tekamah; three sisters, Mrs. Chauncey Rogers of Wessington, S. D.;
Mrs. Nels Morell of Fairpoint S. D. , and Mrs. Wm. F. Johnson of
Tecumseh; and several nephews and nieces. 

Short services will be held at the Wollmer and Warne funeral home
at Hooper at 1:15 Sunday afternoon. followed by services at the
Uehling Congregational church at 2 o'clock with Rev. Arthur Swanson
of Oakland officiating.  Burial will be in the Argo cemetery.hhw

ANDERSON, MARY PETERSON   
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Name = Lowell E. Anderson

Dates on Tombstone = 4-9-1911  -  3-26-1982

Spouse = Ethel M. Nelson (1940)

Parents = Lambert & Mary (Peterson) Anderson

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
April 1, 1982
Page 2

Lowell E. Anderson, 70, died the preceding Friday at Oakland
Memorial Hospital.  He was born on April 9, 1911 at Oakland to
Lambert & Mary Anderson.  He married Ethel M. Nelson on Aug. 14,
1940 at Missouri Valley, IA.  He was survived by his wife, Mitzi, of
Oakland, 1 granddaughter, Stacie, and a sister, Marian Christensen
of Uehling.  He was preceded in death by his parents, Lambert & Mary
(Peterson) Anderson.  He was buried at Argo Cemetery.hhw

ANDERSON, LOWELL E. 
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Name = Ethel M. Anderson

Dates on Tombstone = 2-4-1921  -

Spouse = Lowell E. Anderson (1940)

Maiden Name = Ethel Marie Nelson

Parents = Axel E. & Agda (Thureson) Nelson

The Fremont Tribune (on-line)
October 13, 2012

Ethel Marie Anderson, 91, of Oakland died Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012,
at Oakland Heights Nursing Home in Oakland.

She was born Feb. 4, 1921, to Axel and Agda (Tureson) Nelson in
rural southwest Burt County. She lived in Nebraska all her life. She
attended both north and south Argo schools in southern Burt County.

She worked as a housekeeper and nanny for families in Craig and
Omaha before her marriage to Lowell Anderson on Aug. 14, 1940. After
her marriage she was a housewife and helped on the farm.

She was a member of First Congregational Church/UCC in Uehling.

Survivors include her son, Dale (Mitzi) Anderson of Craig; brother,
Jerry Nelson of Springfield, Mo.; sister, Inez Toland of Sun City,
Calif.; sisters-in-law, Mary Nelson of Omaha, Jackie Nelson of
Fremont; a granddaughter, two great-grandsons, and many nieces and
nephews.

She is preceded in death by her parents, her husband, two brothers,
and two sisters.

The funeral will be 10:30 a.m. Monday at First Congregational
Church/UCC in Uehling with the Rev. Larry Jirsak officiating.
Visitation will be 4-8 p.m. Sunday with the family receiving friends
from 6-8 p.m. at Pelan Funeral Home in Oakland. Visitation will
continue on Monday one hour prior to the service at the church.
Burial will be in Argo Cemetery in rural Uehling.

Memorials may be directed to Argo Cemetery.hhw

Ethel Anderson

ANDERSON, EHTEL M.
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Name = Nels Anderson

Dates on Tombstone = 9-10-1839  -  4-20-1912

Spouse = Olivia Peterson (1878)

Parents =

Summary
The Oakland Independent
April 20, 1912
Page 1

Nels Anderson died last Sat. evening.  He was born in Skane,
Svenskop, Sweden on Sept. 10, 1839.  He emigrated to the USA n
1869, and married his wife in 1878.  Survivors are his wife, 3
children and 2 sisters.  He was buried at the Ago Cemetery.

Nels Andersn donated 1 acre of his farm land to be used for Argo
Cemetery.hhw

1880 US Census - Bell Creek, Burt County Nebraska
     Name          Rel  M  Gender Race Age Birth Occupation     Fthr Mthr   
Nels    ANDERSON  Self M   Male   W   40   SWE   Farmer        SWE   SWE  
Leah    ANDERSON  Wife M   Female W   34   SWE   Keeping House SWE   SWE  
Lambert ANDERSON  Son  S   Male   W    8   NE    At School     SWE   SWE  
Emilie  ANDERSON  Dau  S   Female W    6   NE    At School     SWE   SWE  
Edwin   ANDERSON  Son  S   Male   W    5   NE    At School     SWE   SWE  
Selma   ANDERSON  Dau  S   Female W   9M   NE                  SWE   SWE  
Hans    NELSON    Othr S   Male   W   28   DEN   Laborer       DEN   DEN  


ANDERSON, NELS
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Name = Olivia Anderson

Dates on Tombstone = 12-18-1847  -  7-8-1934

Spouse 1 = Andrew Davidson (1870)
Spouse 2 = Nels Anderson (1878)

Maiden Name = Olivia Peterson

Parents = John Person

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
July 13, 1934

Mrs. Nels Anderson, 87, died last Friday at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. A. E. Ebberson, at Scottsbluff, NE.  She was born on
Dec. 18, 1846 in Nyrup, Sweden.  She came to Omaha in 1869 and to
Dodge County in 1870.

She married Andrew Davidson in 1870, but he died in 1875.  In 1878
she married Nels Anderson, and he died in 1912.  For the past 8
years she has lived with her daughter.  

Survivors are her daughter and 2 sons; Lambert of Hooper and Edwin
of Filer, ID, 1 brother, Louis Peterson of Oakland and a brother and
sister in Sweden.  She was buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw 

ANDERSON, OLIVIA
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Name = Hilda Aurora

dau of N & Olivia Anderson

Dates on Tombstone = 8-27-1881  -  1-21-1884

Parents = Nels and Olivia Anderson

ANDERSON, HILDA AURORA
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Name = Infant son
 
son of N & Olivia Anderson

Dates on Tombstone = d 9-7-1883  

Parents = Nels and Olvia Anderson

ANDERSON, INFANT SON
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Name = Selma Josefina

dau of N & Olivia Anderson

Dates on Tombstone = 7-31-1879  -  1-12-1881

Parents = Nels & Olivia Anderson

ANDERSON, SELMA JOSEFINA
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Name = Peter C. Anderson

Dates on Tombstone = 8-6-1839  -  8-13-1908

Spouse = Carrie Linn

Parents =

Obituary

The Uehling Times 
August 21, 1908 
Page 5

Died - Peter C. Anderson died of apopoplexy last week at Oakland,
aged 69 years.  Deceased formerly resided in Argo and is well known
in this neighborhood.  The funeral took place on Friday afternoon
and a large number of friends attended.hhw

peteranderson

1880 US Census, Logan, Dodge County, Nebraska
Pitor ANDERSON   Self  M  Male   W 40 SWE Farmer      SWE SWE  
Kara ANDERSON    Wife  M  Female W 35 SWE Kiepen Haus SWE SWE  
August ANDERSON  Son   S  Male   W  9 NE              SWE SWE  
Benna ANDERSON   Dau   S  Female W  7 NE              SWE SWE

ANDERSON, PETER C.     
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Name = Carrie, his wife

Dates on Tombstone = 9-15-1844  -  8-7-1911

Spouse = Peter C. Anderson

Maiden Name = Carrie Linn

Parents =

Daughter = Bena Anderson Nelson
Son = August Anderson

carrieanderson

ANDERSON, CARRIE
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Name = Wynlow C. Anderson

Dates on Tombstone = 8-7-1902  -  3-23-1988

Parents = Charles & Nettie Anderson

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
March 3, 1988
Page B5

Wynlow Carl Anderson, 85, died on March 23, 1988 at Craig.  He was
born on Aug. 7, 1902 at Craig.  He is surivived by nephews; Jeff
Anderson and Bill Anderson, of Tekamah, nieces; Betty McCracken and
Barbara Elkins of Witcita, KS, and Benni Floria, of Mulvane, KS.  He
was buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw 

ANDERSON, WYNLOW C.
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Name = Christian F. Christensen

Dates on Tombstone = 1873  -  1958

Actual Dates = 10-2-1873  -  02-28-1958

Spouse = Hannah Elizabeth Mallette (1897)

Parents = Peter (Peder) & Catherine (Fredrickson) Christensen 

Obituary

The Hooper Sentinel 
March 6, 1958

Thursday Rites Are Held For Christensen

Funeral services were held at the Congregational Church in Uehling
last Friday for Chris F. Christensen, 84, of Craig, who died Monday
at the Oakland Hospital.  The Rev. Maurice Holt officiated.  Music
was by LeRoy Monson, soloist accompanied by Mrs. Windsor Uehling at
the organ. Pallbearers were Lowell Anderson, Axel W. Nelson, Gordon
Nelson, Ernest Egbers, Clarence Lundhollm and Edward Mallette.
Interment was in the Argo Cemetery. 

Mr. Christensen was born October 2, 1873, in the Sohl Community,
and had lived his entire life within four or five miles of his
birthplace.  He had been in ill health for several months. Mr.
Christensen was baptized and confirmed in the Danish Lutheran
Church and transferred membership to the Congregational Church in
Uehling.  In March 11, 1897 he was married to Hannah Elizabeth
Mallette at Fremont. She preceded him in death December 2, 1945.
For the past five years Mr. Christensen had made his home with his
son Fred at Craig. 

Surviving are three sons, Fred and Everette of Craig, and Leland of
Beatrice; one granddaughter, Miss Marvel Christensen also of Craig.
A brother and two sisters also preceded him in death. The Wollmer &
Warne Funeral Home was in charge of the service.hhw

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Name = H. Elizabeth Christensen

Dates on Tombstone = 1874  -        1955
Actual Dates =  4-15-1874  -  12-02-1955

Spouse = Christian Christensen (1897)

Maiden Name = Hannah Elizabeth Mallette

Parents = Thomas & Laura Mallette

The Hooper Sentinel 
Dec. 8, 1955 
Page 1

Mrs. C. Christensen Rites Held Monday

Funeral services were held Monday for Mrs. Chris Christensen of
Craig at the Congregational Church in Uehling with Rev. Allen Martin
officiating.  Burial was in the Argo Cemetery at Craig, under the
direction of Wollmer and Warne.

Mrs. Christensen passed away at Oakland, December 2.  She was born
April 15, 1874 at Hooper and was united in marriage to Chris
Christensen March 11, 1897.  She resided in this community all her
life.

Music was furnished by LeRoy Monson, soloist and Mrs. Windsor
Uehling, organist.  Pallbearers were Lloyd, Sherman, Omer, Edward,
Clifford and Harold Mallette.

Survivors are the husband; three sons, Fred and Everett of Craig and
Leland of Beatrice; two brothers, Hy Mallette of Hooper and Issac
Mallette of Craig; two sisters, Mrs. Lucinda Bah of Craig and Mrs.
Effie Quirk of Fremont; and a host of nephews and nieces.hhw

CHRISTENSEN, H. ELIZABETH
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Name = Everett Christensen

Dates on Tombstone = 1900  -  1979
Actual Dates = 8-02-1900  -  9-  -1979  

Parents = Christian Ferdinand & Hannah Elizabeth (Mallette) Christensen

Obituary
The Fremont Tribune

Everett Christensen

Oakland - Services for Everett Christensen, 79, of Oakland will be 2
p.m. Wednesday at the Warne Funeral Home, Uehling Chapel, Hooper.

Rev. Arthur Hermanson will officiate; burial will be at Argo
Cemetery.  Visitation will be at Uehling Chapel until 9 p.m. today,
and from 12:30 until the time of services Wednesday.  Chrisensen
died Saturday evening at Oakland after a long illness.

He was born Aug. 2, 1900, at Craig, and was a life resident of the
Craig and Oakland Area.

Survivors include one brother, Leland, Oakland; one sister-in-law,
Marian Christensen, Craig; and one niece, Marvel Christensen, Craig.hhw


CHRISTENSEN, EVERETT
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Name = Fred R. Christensen

Dates on Tombstone = 6-4-1897  -  12-8-1960

Spouse = Marian Anderson (1930)

Parents = Christian Ferdinand & Hannah Elizabeth (Mallette) Christensen

Obituary

The Hooper Sentinel
December 15, 1960

Rites Held at Uehling for F. Christensen

Services were held Saturday at the Congregational Church in Uehling
for Fred Christensen, 63, who died on Thursday in an Oakland
Hospital after suffering a stroke Wednesday.

He was born on a farm near Hooper on June 4, 1897, the son of the
late Chris and Elizabeth Christensen.  He spent his life in the
immediate area except for six months during World War I when he
served in the United States Navy.  He was married to Marian
Anderson on February 20, 1930.

Survivors are his wife, a daughter, Marvel at home, and two
brothers, Everett of Craig, and Leland of Beatrice.

The services were conducted by the Rev. Ross Louthan and burial was
in the Argo Cemetery east of Uehling with the Wollmer and Warne
Funeral Home in charge.

Music for the service was by a men's quartet: LeRoy Monson, Adolf
Stover, Irvin Stover and Ivar Anderson with Mrs. Windsor Uehling as
accompanist on the organ.

Pallbearers were Dwight Patrick, Clifford Anderson, Gordon Nelson,
Arthur Larson, Lawrence Johnson and Ernest Nelson.hhw

CHRISTENSEN, FRED R.     
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Name = Marian O. Christensen

Dates on Tombstone = 8-30-1908  -  1-12-1982

Spouse = Fred Christensen (1930) 

Maiden Name = Marian Anderson

Parents = Lambert & Mary (Peterson) Anderson

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
January 20, 1982

Marian Christensen, 74, of Uehling died the preceding Wednesday at
the Oakland Hospital.  She was born on Aug. 30, 1908 at Oakland to
Mr. & Mrs. Lambert Anderson. She married Frederick Christensen on
Feb. 20, 1930 at Craig.  He died in 1960.  She moved to Uehling in
1980.  She was survived by  Marvel Christensen of Uehling.  She was
buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw

CHRISTENSEN, MARIAN O.
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Name = Leland Christensen

Dates on Tombstone = 1904  -  1990

Actual Dates = 9-26-1904  -  10-15-1990  

Parents = Christian Ferdinand & Hannah Elizabeth (Mallette) Christensen

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
October 18, 1990
Page A8

Leland Christensen, 86, died on Oct. 15, 1990 at Oakland Memorial
Hospital.  He was born on Sept. 26, 1904 at Craig to Christian
Ferdinand & Hannah Elizabeth Christensen.  He attended North Argo
School and Midland College.  He sent 16 years at Beatrice State
Home, then the Oakland Rest Home & Hooper Care Center and lastly
Oakland Heights.  He was preceded in death by his parents,2
brothers, Frederick and Everett.   He was survived by a niece,
Marvel. He was buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw

CHRISTENSEN, LELAND
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Name = Martin Christensen
      Pvt. Lt Btry F 4 Regt Art
           Indian Wars

Dates on Tombstone = 11-9-1861  -  2-15-1931

Parents =

Spouse = Margaret Anderson

Martin Christensen was born in Denmark on November 9, 1861.  He
emigated to the USA in 1886.  On November 9, 1889 he married
Margaret Anderson at Fort Riley, KS, and she died in 1921.  They had
1 daughter, Mrs. Anton Slobb.  Martin operated a grocery store at
Argo, then Uehling and later Fremont.  Martin died on Feb. 15, 1931
and is buried at the Argo Cemetery near Uehling, NE.hhw

Obituary
The Fremont Tribune
Feb. 16, 1931
Page 2

Fremont Man Dies Sunday
Martin Christensen is Called

Martin Christensen, 70, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Anton
J. Slobb, early Sunday morning, following an illness of several
weeks.

Born in Denmark November 9, 1861, Mr. Christensen came to America 45
years ago.  He enlisted in the United States army at Fort Snelling,
Minn., in 1887 and was soon transferred to Fort Riley, Kan., where
he served 3 years.  He also saw service in the Danish army before
coming to America.

His marriage to Margaret Anderson took place at Fort Riley November
9, 1889, and on November 22, his company was sent to Sturgis, S.D.
to assist in the Indian wars and later returned to Fort Riley.  He
was flag bearer of his company.

Mr. Christensen was confirmed in the Lutheran faith at the age of 14
in Denmark.

In 1896, he returned to Denmark and formed the Danish-American
Union.  Following the Spanish-American war, at the order of the
Union, he cabled congratulations to the United States government on
their victory and received a return cable of thanks from President
William McKinley.  He had spend most of the time in Dodge county
since returning to the U. S. in 1900.  He was a member of the Danish
Brotherhod and the Woodmen of the World.

Surviving are his daughter, Mrs. Slobb of Fremont and a brother, Sam
Christensen of Lyons, Neb.  His wife died in 1921 and a daughter
also prceded him in death.

Funeral servies will be held from the Hartman Funeral Home Tuesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. Niels B. Hansen of the First Lutheran
church officiating.  Burial will be made in Argo Cemetery east of
Uehling.hhw      

CHRISTENSEN, MARTIN
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Name = Marvel J. Christensen

Dates on Tombstone = 11-24-1931  -  4-24-2004

Parents = Fred & Marian (Anderson) Christensen

The Fremont Tribune (On-Line) 
April 26, 2004

Marvel Christensen

Marvel J. Christensen, 72, of Oakland, formerly of Uehling, died
Saturday, April 24, 2004, at Oakland Heights Nursing Home in
Oakland.

She was born Nov. 24, 1931, in Craig. The family lived in Washington
County throughout her grade school years, where she attended Hewett
School. She attended Hooper High School for three years. When she
was a senior, the family moved to their own farm east of Uehling,
and she graduated from Uehling High School in 1949. She received a
bachelor of science degree in education from Dana College and her
master's degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She was an
elementary teacher for about 30 years in Burt, Dodge, Washington,
Cuming and Keya Paha counties, as well as the Craig and Hooper
public schools.

As a child, she attended church and Sunday school at the rural East
Admah Church near their home in Washington County. She joined the
First Congregational Church/United Church of Christ in Uehling on
Nov. 26, 1944. She served as the church pianist for many years. She
also taught Sunday school and was a member of the church choir.

Survivors include: her aunt, Ethel Anderson of Fremont; a cousin,
Dale L. (and wife, Mitzi) Anderson of Craig and their daughter,
Stacie (Mrs. David) Schissel and sons, Drew and Alex, all of
Uehling.

The funeral will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at First Congregational Church,
U.C.C in Uehling with the Rev. Linda C. Newman officiating.
Visitation will be from 1-8 p.m. today at Palmquist-Pelan Funeral
Home in Oakland with the family receiving friends from 6-8 p.m.
Visitation will continue one hour prior to service time at the
church. Burial will be in Argo Cemetery in rural Uehling.

A memorial has been established to the Argo Cemetery Association.hhw

marvelchristensen

CHRISTENSEN, MARVEL J.
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Name = Andrew Christenson

Dates on Tombstone = 5-20-1852  -  9-12-1915

Spouse = Bengta Johnson

Parents =

9-17-1915
O/I
Andrew Christenson died on Sunday of rheumatism of the chest at his
home at Alder Grove.  He was born 63 years ago at Elmhult, Skane,
Sweden.  He emigrated in 1881.  He married Bengta Johnson in 1883.
Survivors are; Mrs. John Moberg, Alvin Christenson, Elmer
Christenson, Walter Christenson, and a sister living in Sweden.  He
was preceded in death  by 3 children.hhw

1900 Nebraska, Burt, Craig, 111B
Christenson, Andrew      Head wm May 1852 48 m 18 Swe Swe Swe 1881 19
             Bengta      Wife wf Apr 1862 38 m 18 Swe Swe Swe 1869 31
             Julia       Dau  wf Jun 1885 14 s    NE  Swe Swe
             Alvin J.    Son  wm Jul 1887 12 s    NE  Swe Swe  
             Elmer H.    Son  wm Sep 1890  9 s    NE  Swe Swe 
             Dore H.     Dau  wf Jan 1893  7 s    NE  Swe Swe
             Walter E.   Son  wm Aug 1899    s    NE  Swe Swe 

CHRISTENSON, ANDREW
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Name = Wife, Bengta Christenson

Dates on Tombstone = 4-28-1862  -  9-3-1948

Spouse = Andrew Christenson

Maiden Name = Bengta Johnson

Parents = Swen & Ingrie (Ekerson) Johnson

Summary

The Oakland Independent
Sept. 9, 1948
Page 1

Mrs. Bengta Christenson, 86, died on Sept. 3, 1948 at Omaha.  She
was born in Sweden and came to Burt County in 1869.  Nels Johnson
was her brother.  Surviors are; a daughter, Mrs. John Moberg, 3
sons; J. A. Christenson, Walter E. Christenson and E. H.
Christenson.hhw 

1900 Nebraska, Burt, Craig, 111B
Christenson, Andrew      Head wm May 1852 48 m 18 Swe Swe Swe 1881 19
             Bengta      Wife wf Apr 1862 38 m 18 Swe Swe Swe 1869 31
             Julia       Dau  wf Jun 1885 14 s    NE  Swe Swe
             Alvin J.    Son  wm Jul 1887 12 s    NE  Swe Swe  
             Elmer H.    Son  wm Sep 1890  9 s    NE  Swe Swe 
             Dore H.     Dau  wf Jan 1893  7 s    NE  Swe Swe
             Walter E.   Son  wm Aug 1899    s    NE  Swe Swe 


CHRISTENSON, BENGTA
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Name = Dora H. Christenson

Dates on Tombstone = 1893  -  1906

Parents = Andrew & Bengta (Johnson) Christenson

CHRISTENSON, DORA H.
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Name = Hannah 
dau Andrew & Bengta Christenson

Dates on Tombstone = 9-3-1883  -  4-30-1886

Parents = Andrew & Bengta (Johnson) Christenson

CHRISTENSON, HANNAH
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Name = Marion A. Christenson

Dates on Tombstone = 1896  -  1898

Parents = Andrew & Bengta (Johnson) Christenson

CHRISTENSON, MARION A.
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Name = J. A. Christenson

Dates on Tombstone = 7-27-1887  -  4-21-1960

Parents = Andrew & Bengta (Johnson) Christenson

Obituary

The Fremont Tribune
April 22, 1960

Alvin Christenson Dies at 72 in Omaha

Omaha (AP) - J. Alvin Christenson, 72, former schools superintendent
at Tilden, Superior and Harvard, died Thursday in an Omaha hospital.

In recent years, he was with the Nebraska State Employment Service
in Omaha.  He retired last fall.

Survivors include sons Donald of Lincoln and Maynard of Amarillo,
Tex.; a daughter, Mrs. Walter Bowling Jr., Alexandria, Va.; and
brothers, Walter E., President and editor of the Omaha World-Hearal,
and Elmer of St. Louis.hhw

CHRISTENSON, J. A.
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Name = Nels Christenson

Dates on Tombstone =  2-16-1812  -  1-12-1888

Parents =

CHRISTENSON, NELS
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Name = Arthur E. Ebberson

Dates on Tombstone = 1873  -  1958

Actual Dates = 7-9-1873  -  7-24-1958

Spouse = Emily B. Anderson (1896)

Parents = John & Anna Ebberson 

Obituary - Arthur E. Ebberson

The Hooper Sentinel 
August 7, 1958

Arthur Ebberson Services Held Here

Services for Arthur E. Ebberson, 85, of Boulder, Colo., formerly of
the Argo community were held here last Sunday at the Wollmer & Warne
Funeral Home.  The Rev. Maurles Holt officiated.  Burial was in the
Argo Cemetery.

Mr. Ebberson was born July 9th, 1873, at Decatur and farmed in the
Argo community prior to 1928.  He was married at Argo in 1894.

From 1928 to 1950 he lived at Scottsbluffs and until he passed away
on Thursday, July 24th had lived at Boulder.

He is survived by his wife, Emily; a daughter, Mrs. Florence Bonner
of Boulder; seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren.  A
son and daughter preceded him in death.hhw
 
EBBERSON, ARTHUR E.
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Name = Emily B. Ebberson

Dates on Tombstone = 1873  -  1969

Actual Dates = 8-12-1873  -  2-22-1969

Spouse = Arthur E. Ebberson (1896)

Maiden Name = Emily B. Anderson

Parents = Nels & Olivia Anderson (Andrew Davidson)

Obituary Summary
The Oakland Independent
February 27, 1969
Page 4

Mrs. Emily Ebberson, 95, died last Saturday at Boulder, CO.  Emily
Belinda Anderson, daughter of Nels & Olivia Anderson, was born on
Aug. 12, 1873 near Hooper, NE.  She married Arthur E. Ebberson on
March 24, 1896.  She was preceded in death by her husband, son,
Wendell, and two brothers.  She is survived by a daughter, Mrs.
Florence Bonner of Boulder, CO, 6 grandchildren and 13 great
grandchildren.  She was buried at the Argo Cemetery near Uehling,
NE.  Pallbearers were: Axel W. Nelson, Gordon Nelson, Quinton
Bonner, Lowell Anderson, Charlie Cull and Archie Ford.hhw

EBBERSON, EMILY B.
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Name = John Ebberson

Dates on Tombstone = 1842  -  1923
Actual Dates = 6-6-1842  -  1923

Parents =

Spouse = Anna Olson (1869)

Biographical Album of Northeastern Nebraska
1893

John Ebberson, a farmer of Section 18, range 9, Logan township,
located on an eighty-acre homestead in 1868.  He made the usual
improvements for a prairie farm, lived in a dug-out for the first
two years, and then built a story and one-half house.  He also bought
eighty acres of Section 7, and improved that, and now has five
hundred and sixty-two acres of land in all.  He has a fine artificial
grove on each one of his places; also a good orchard and small
furits.

He of whom we write this biographical notice was born in Sweden
June 6, 1842, and came to Omaha city in 1868, landing May 20, and at
once came on to Dodge County, Nebraska.  He was united in marriage
July 3, 1869, to Miss Anna Olson, whose parents had the following
children; Betsy, Bengt, Anna, James, Nels and Hannah.

Our subject and his wife are the parents of three children; Matilda,
born April 3, 1870; Arthur, born August 9, 1873; Olga (deceased)
born June 9, 1875, and died January 13, 1880.

As one views this man's broad acres of well-tiled farming land and
considers how that he had but three hundred and fifty dollars
capital when he came to the country, it is almost needless to add
that his has been a life of industry and frugality.hhw 

EBBERSON, JOHN
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Name = Anna Ebberson
Wife of John

Dates on Tombstone = 1842  -  1917

Spouse = John Ebberson (1869)

Maiden Name = Anna Olson

Parents =

1900 Nebraska, Burt, Oakland, 62A
Ebbsson, John Head wm Jun 1842 57 m 30     Swe Swe Swe 1868 31 Retired 
         Anna Wife wf Dec 1842 54 m 30 3 2 Swe Swe Swe 1869 30


EBBERSON, ANNA
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Name = Edith Johnson Engdahl

Dates on Tombstone = 8-21-1892  -  1-2-1976

Spouse 1 = William S. Johnson (1911)
Spouse 2 = Gustav Engdahl (1930) 

Maiden Name = Edith Peterson

Parents = 

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
January 15, 1976

Mrs. Edith Engdahl, 83, died on Jan. 2, 1976 at Fremont.  She was
born on Aug. 21, 1892 at Swaburg.  She married William Johnson on
Feb. 29, 1911, and he died on Aug. 21, 1924.  She then married
Gustav Engdahl on Dec. 2, 1930, and he died on May 30, 1960.  She is
survived by a daughter, Grace (Mrs. Kermit) Meyer, sons; Verner,
Alvin, Emory, Ralph and Donald, stepdaughter Virgie (Mrs. Maynard)
Anderson, stepsons; Dennis, Alan and Maynard Engdahl, a brother,
Emil Peterson, sisters; Violet (Mrs. LeRoy) Wedergren, Nellie (Mrs.
Ed) Borcherding, Mrs. Florence Johnson and Mrs. Paul Lotspiech.  She
was buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw

The Fremont Tribune
Jan. 2, 1976

Uehling - Services will be 2 p.m. Monday at Elim Lutheran Church in
Swaburg for Mrs. Edith Johnson Engdahl, 83, of Uehling.  The Rev.
John Erlandson will officiate.

Mrs. Engdahl died this morning at a Fremont hospital.

She was born Aug. 21, 1892, in Swaburg.  Mrs. Engdahl lived there
until 1911.  She married William Johnson Feb. 29, 1911, and the couple
moved to Craig.  He died Aug. 21, 1924.   She moved to Uehling in
1928 and married Gustave Engdahl Dec. 2, 1930.  He died May 30,
1960.  She was a member of Elim Lutheran church, Lutheran Church
Women and L. Noble Lund Auxiliary post of the American Legion in
Uehling.

Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Kermit (Grace) Meyer, Hooper;
sons, Verner Johnson, Uehling; Alvin Johnson, White City, Ore.;
Emory Johnson, Sioux City, Iowa; Ralph Johnson, Wilmington, De.; and
Donald Johnson, Redwood City, Calif.; step-daughters, Mrs. Maynard
(Virgie) Anderson, Blair; step-sons, Dennis Engdahl, Hooper; Alan
Engdahl, Oakland; and Maynard Engdahl, Ueling; brother, Emil
Peterson, Uehling; sisters, Mrs. LeRoy (Violet) Wedergren and Mrs.
Ed (Nellie) Borcherding, both of Fremont; Mrs. Florence Johnson,
Uehling; and Mrs. Paul (Mable) Lotspiech, Bingham; seven
grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren

Visitation will be 1-9 p.m. Sunday at Warne Funeral Home in Uehling
and 10:30 a.m. to time of service Monday at the church.

Burial will be in Argo Cemetery, near Uehling.hhw

ENGDAHL, EDITH
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Name = Hedwig Feer
dau of A & H Feer

Dates on Tombstone = 2-12-1891  -  4 Mo 4 days

Parents = A & H Feer (This might be Andrew & Hannah Feer of washington
County)

FEER, HEDWIG
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Son of A & H. Feer

Dates on Tombstone = 10-4-1897  d 4M 4 Days

Parents = A & H Feer (This might be Andrew and Hannah Feer of Washington
County)

FEER, SON
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Name = David N. Greenwood

Dates on Tombstone = 9-22-1923  -  7-18-1987

Spouse = Evelyn I. Linden  (1946)

Parents = Newton A. & Christine (Christiansen) Greenwood

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
July 23, 1987

David N. Greenwood, 63, died on July 18, 1987 at Memorial Hospital,
Fremont.  He was born on Sept. 22, 1923 in Craig.  He married Evelyn
Linden on June 5, 1946 at Oakland.  The had 2 children, Dale &
Jeanne.  He was survived by his wife, Evelyn, son, Dale, daughter,
Jeanne Hastings, of Hastings, brother, Marvin of Huntinton Beach,
CA, and 5 grandchildren. His sister Rachel Larson and parents
preceded him in death.  He was buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw 

GREENWOOD, DAVID N. 
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Name = Evelyn I. Greenwood

Dates on Tombstone = 2-25-1924  -    4-21-2007

Spouse = David N. Greenwood (1946)

Maiden Name = Evelyn Linden

Parents = Fred & Anna (Bergstrom) Linden

The Fremont Tribune (On-Line)
4-23-2007

Evelyn Greenwood

Evelyn I. Greenwood, 83, of Oakland died Saturday, April 21, 2007,
at Oakland Heights in Oakland.

She was born Feb. 25, 1924, in Oakland to Fred and Anna (Bergstrom)
Linden. She graduated from Uehling High School in 1941 and attended
Luther and Midland colleges. After receiving her teaching
certificate, she taught at Nolana School in rural Craig. She married
David Greenwood on June 5, 1946, in Oakland. He died July 18, 1987.
She was a resident of Oakland Heights for the past four years.

She was a lifelong resident of Burt County and was a member of Elim
Lutheran Church, where she was active in Lutheran Church Women. She
also was a member of the Happy Hour Club and Oakland Art Club. She
spent many hours volunteering at the Swedish Heritage Center.

Survivors include: a son, Dale (and wife, Margy) Greenwood of rural
Craig; a daughter, Jeanne (and husband, Charles) Hastings of
Hastings; a sister, Edith Mytty of Fremont; a brother, Harold (and
wife, Carolyn) Linden of Ankeny, Iowa; a sister-in-law, Lucile
Linden of Oakland; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

She also was preceded in death by a brother, a brother-in-law and a
sister-in-law.

The funeral will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at Elim Lutheran Church of
Swaburg, rural Hooper, with Vicar Judy Johnson officiating.
Visitation will be from 1-8 p.m. today at Pelan Funeral Home in
Oakland with family receiving friends from 6-8 p.m. Visitation will
continue one hour prior to service time Tuesday at the church.
Burial will be in Argo Cemetery, rural Craig.

Memorials have been established to Elim Lutheran Church and the
Swedish Heritage Center.hhw 

evelyngreenwood

GREENWOOD, EVELYN I.
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Name = Newton A. Greenwood

Dates on Tombstone = 11-16-1888  -  8-4-1976

Married 2-24-1915

Spouse = Christine L. Christiansen (1915)

Parents = Thomas & Emma Greenwood

Obituary - Summary

The Oakalnd Independent
August 12, 1976

Newton A. Greenwood, 87, died the preceding Wednesday at the Oakland
Hospital.  He was born near Craig on Nov. 16, 1888 to Thomas & Emma
Greenwood.  He married Christina Christiansen on Feb. 24, 1915.   He
was preceded in death by his parents, 1 daughter, Rachel, 4 brothers
and 2 sisters.  He is survived by his wife, 2 sons; David & Marvin,
and 1 brother, Ben.  He was buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw

The Fremont Tribune
Aug. 5, 1976

Craig - Services for Newton A. Greenwood, 87 of Craig will be 2 p.m.
Saturday at the Elim Lutheran Church of Hooper.  The Rev. James
Miller will officiate.

Greenwood died Wednesday in an Oakland hospital after a lingering
illness.

He was born Nov. 16, 1888, at rural Craig.  He lived in the Craig
area all his life.

Greenwood married the former Christina Christiansen, Feb. 24, 1915. 
She survives.

Other survivors are sons, David of Craig and Marvin of Huntington
Beach, Calif.; brother, Ben of Sentralia, Mo.; seven grandchildren
and five great-grandchildren.

Visitation will be 1-9 p.m. Friday at Warne Funeral Home at Hooper
and Saturday 12:30 p.m. at the church till the time of the service.

Burial will be at the Argo Cemetery in Craig.hhw   

GREENWOOD, NEWTON A. 
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Name = Christine L. Greenwood

Dates on Tombstone = 6-4-1889  -  4-7-1977

Spouse = Newton A. Greenwood (1915)

Maiden Name = Christine Louise Christiansen

Parents = James R. & Elizabeth (Larson) Christiansen

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
April 14, 1977
Page 3A

Mrs. Christine Louise Greenwood, 87, died the preceding Thursday at
the Oakland Hospital.  She was born on June 4, 1889 at Admah to
James & Elizabeth Christiansen.  She married Newton Greenwood on
Feb. 24, 1915 at her parent's home.  He died in 1976.  She was also
preceded in death by her daughter, Rachel.  She was survived by 2
sons; David & Marvin, a brother, E. R. Christiansen, 2 sisters; Ella
(Mrs. Leslie) Lauersen and Julia (Mrs. Thorvald) Peterson).  She was
buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw 

GREENWOOD CHRISTINE L.
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Name = James C. Harris

Dates on Tombstone = 8-27-1894  -  3-31-1908

Parents =

HARRIS, JAMES C.
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Name = John A. Hegstedt

Dates on Tombstone = 1886  -  1953

Actual Dates = 1886  -  05-29-1953

Spouse = Dora Johnson

Parents =

Obituary
The Fremont Tribune
June 1, 1953
Page 14

Hegstedt Funeral Slated at Omaha

Funeral services for John A. Hegstedt, 66, former resident of
Fremont and the Oakland community, were to be held Monday at the
Crosby-Kunold Mortuary in Omaha.  Burial was scheduled at Argo
Cemetery near Craig. 

Mr. Hegstedt as born in Sweden.  He had lived in the Oakland
community a long time before moving to Fremont.  He left in 1944 to
make his home in Omaha after resideing in Fremont about six years.
He died Friday evening at his home in Omaha.

Surviving are his widow and two daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Knight of
Auburn, Calif., and Mrs. Dorothy Peterson of Fremont.hhw

johndoradegstedt

HEGSTEDT, JOHN A. 
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Name = Dora E. Hegstedt

Dates on Tombstone = 1886  -  1971

Actual Dates = 12-03-1886  -  1971

Spouse = John Hegstedt

Maiden Name = Dora Johnson

Parents = Peter & Selina (Astill) Johnson

HEGSTEDT, DORA E. 
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Name = Harold G. Hegstedt, Son

Dates on Tombstone = 1913  -  1913

Actual Dates = 01-07-1913  -  02-03-1913

Parents = John & Dora Hegstedt

Obituary was not in the Hooper Sentinel.
 
HEGSTEDT, HAROLD G. 
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Name = Glen C. Hegstedt, Son

Dates on Tombstone = 1916  -  1930

Actual Dates = 07-23-1916  -  04-06-1930

Parents = John & Dora Hegstedt

Obituary Summary
The Oakland Independent
April 11, 1930

Glen Hegstedt, 13, died on April 6, 1930 from and infected leg.  He
was born on July 23, 1916 at Swaburg.  He is survived by his
parents, Mr. & Mrs. John A. Hegstedt; brother, Howard; two sisters,
Evelyn & Dorothy; grandmother, Mrs. Selina Johnson of Tekamah and
grandmother, Mrs. Caroline Hegstedt of Halmstad, Halland, Sweden.
He was buried at the Argo Cemetery near Uehling, NE.hhw 

HEGSTEDT, GLEN, C.
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Name = John H. Iburg

Dates on Tombstone = 5-15-1899  -  10-11-1980

Parents = Albert & Wihelmine Iburg

Obituary - Sumary

The Oakland Independent
October 16, 1980
Page 1A

John A. Iburg, 81, died Saturday at Oakland Heights.  He was born on
May 15, 1899 in Osterbinde, Germany.  He came to the USA in 1923.
He was survived by 2 sisters in Germany.  He was buried at the Argo
Cemetery.

Note: He served in the German Army during WWI and 
in the United States Army during WWII.hhw

IBURG, JOHN H.
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Name = E. Verner Johnson

Dates on Tombstone = 5-27-1912  -  2-4-1977

Parents  = William S. & Edith (Peterson) Johnson

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
February 17, 1977
Page 6A

Earl Verner Johnson died on Feb. 4, 1977 at the Veterans Hospital in
Omaha.  He was a WWII US Navy veteran.  He was buried at the Argo
Cemetery.hhw

JOHNSON, E. VERNER
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Name = Hans Johnson

Dates on Tombstone = 2-4-1824  -  2-16-1910

Spouse = Hanna (Johnson)

Parents =

1880 US Census, Bell Creek, Burt County, Nebraska 
Hans JOHNSON       Self  M  Male    W  55  SWE  Farmer         SWE  SWE  
Hannah JOHNSON     Wife  M  Female  W  54  SWE  Keeping House  SWE  SWE  
Annie JOHNSON      Dau   S  Female  W  17  SWE  At Home        SWE  SWE  
Charles O. JOHNSON Other S  Male    W  25  SWE  Laborer        SWE  SWE  


JOHNSON, HANS 
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Name = Mrs. Hanna Johnson

Dates on Tombstone = 7-9-1826  -  2-20-1905

Spouse = Hans Johnson

Maiden Name = Hanna

Parents =

Summary

The Oakland Independent
Feb. 24, 1905
Page 1

Mrs. Hans Johnson died on Monday at her home near Argo.  The funeral
was held from the Argo Mission church yesterday, Rev. C. O. Anders
of this place officiating.hhw 

JOHNSON, HANNA
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Name = Johannes Johnson

son of N G & E B Johnson

Dates on Tombstone = 5-18-1879  -  3-14-1882

Parents = N G & E B Johnson

JOHNSON, JOHANNES
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Name on Tombstone = Peter Johnson

Dates on Tombstone = 50y 11m 18d  -  12-25-1900
Actual Dates =        01-07-1850  -  12-25-1900  

Spouse = Selina Astill (1877)

Parents = 

Peter Johnson was born on January 7, 1850 at Argo.  He married
Selina Astill on January 15, 1877 in Sandy City, UT.  They were the
parents of 8 children: Mary, 2-23-1879; Maud; William, 3-16-1883;
Dora, 12-3-1886; Grace, 7-3-1891; Pearl, 9-1-1893; Kenneth, 8-30-
1896 and Loreen, 6-23-1897. Peter died on December 25, 1900 and is
buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw

Summary

The Oakland Independent
Jan. 4, 1901
Page 4

Peter Johnson,50 years, 11 months and 18 days old, died on Dec. 25,
1900.  He is survived by his wife, 8 children, his father and
mother, 2 brothers and a sister.  He married Selma Astill 23 years
ago at Salt Lake City, UT.  Services were held at the Mission
church, by Rev. McNeil of Oakland and interment was in the Mission
Cemetery.

Peter Johnson died Dec. 25, 1900, age 50 years, 11 months, 18 days.
Resident of Argo past 10 years, formerly living in SLC, Utah. Member
of two orders. Leaves wife, 8 children, an aged father and mother,
two brothers and one sister. Married 23 years ago to Miss Selma
Astill of Salt Lake City, Utah. Funeral at Mission church by Rev.
McNeil of Oakland. Remains taken to Mission cemetery. Resolution
signed by members of Camp No. 150, W.O.W. Argo. S. Johnson Jr., W.
Anderson.hhw


JOHNSON, PETER 
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Name = Selina Johnson

Dates on Tombstone = 1861  -  1952
Actual Dates = 10-27-1861  -  05-29-1952

Spouse = Peter Johnson (1877)

Maiden Name = Selina Astill

Parents =

Selina Astill Johnson was born on 10-27-1861 in Nottingham,
England.  She emigrated to the USA on June 11, 1872, and on January 15,
1877 she married Peter Johnson at Sandy City, UT. They were the
parents of 8 children: Mary, 2-23-1879; Maud; William, 3-16-1883;
Dora, 12-3-1886; Grace, 7-3-1891; Pearl, 9-1-1893; Kenneth, 8-30-
1896 and Loreen, 6-23-1897. Selina died on May 29, 1952 and is
buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw

selinajohnson

JOHNSON, SELINA
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Name = Swen Johnson

Dates on Tombstone = 12-23-1820  -  7-17-1905

Spouse = Ingrie Ekerson (1849)

Parents =

Summary

The Oakland Independent
July 21, 1905
Page 1

Swen Johnson, 84 years, 6 months and 24 days, died last Monday at
his home.  He had been postmaster of Argo for 11 years.  He was born
in Nibale parish, Kristianstads Lan, Sweden on Dec. 23, 1820, and he
emigrated to the USA in 1869.  He married Inga Akanson on April 9,
1849.  They had 8 children, 5 of whom are deceased.  Survivors are
his wife, and 3 children; Nels, Swen and Mrs. Andrew Christenson of
Argo.  He was buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw

1880 US Census - BellCreek, Burt County, Nebraska

 Name             Rel  M Gender Race Age Birth Occupation   Fthr Mthr
Swen     JOHNSON  Self M  Male    W  59  SWE  Farmer         SWE  SWE  
Ingar    JOHNSON  Wife M  Female  W  51  SWE  Keeping House  SWE  SWE  
Nels     JOHNSON  Son  S  Male    W  20  SWE  Laborer        SWE  SWE  
Bingta   JOHNSON  Dau  S  Female  W  18  SWE  At Home        SWE  SWE  
Swen Jr. JOHNSON  Son  S  Male    W  12  SWE  At School      SWE  SWE  
John     JOHNSON  Son  S  Male    W  28  SWE  Farmer         SWE  SWE  

JOHNSON, SWEN 
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Name = Ingrie 
wife of Swen Johnson	

Dates on Tombstone = 12-4-1828  -  3-28-1915

Spouse = Swen Johnson (1849)

Maiden Name = Ingrie Ekerson

Parents =

Summary

The Oakland Independent
April 2, 1915
Page 1

Mrs. Swen (Inga Ekerson) Johnson, 86, died on Mar. 28, 1915 at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Andrew Christenson.  She was born on Dec.
4, 1828 at Christianstads Lan, Sweden.  She married Swen Johnson in
1849.  He died about 10 years ago.  They had 9 children, but only 3
survive; Swen Johnson Jr., Nels Johnson and Mrs. Andrew Christenson.
Also surviving are 16 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren.  The
family emigrated to the USA in 1869.  Rev. Harry Johnson, grandson,
preached the sermon.  She was buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw  

JOHNSON, INGRIE 
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Name = Andrew Johnson
Son of S & I Johnson

Dates on Tombstone =  d 2-22-1880  25Y 8M 27Days  

Parents = Swen & Ingrie Johnson

JOHNSON, ANDREW 
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Name = H A H

Dates on Tombstone =

Parents = Swen & Ingrie Johnson


H A H 
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Name = S J A

Dates on Tombstone =

Parents = Swen & Ingrie Johnson

S J A 
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Name = John Johnson,
 son of S & I Johnson

Dates on Tombstone =    2-12-1882  30y 1m 2days  

Parents = Swen & Ingrie Johnson


JOHNSON, JOHN
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Name = Warren P. Johnson, Msgt

Dates on Tombstone = 7-12-1919  -  9-9-1971

Parents = William S. & Edith (Peterson) Johnson

Spouse = Gloria Jean Oliver (1968)

Obituary - Warren Johnson

The Hooper Sentinel 
September 16, 1971

Warren Johnson Rites Held at Uehling Saturday

Warren Pershing Johnson, 52, of Uehling, passed away Thursday at an
Omaha Hospital.  The son of William and Edith Johnson, he was born
July 12, 1919 near Craig.

After spending twenty years in the Armed Forces, during which time
he was a prisoner of war for four years.  He was captured in
Corregidor, and imprisoned in Manchuria.  He made his home in
Washington.  He moved to Uehling a year and a half ago.

On March 4, 1968, he and Gloria Oliver were married at Lewiston,
Idaho.

Mr. Johnson was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Uehling,
and a member of the Uehling American Legion Post.

Surviving are his wife, Gloria Jean; one son, James William and one
step-son, Richard Warren Oliver; his mother, Mrs. Gust Engdahl of
Uehling; five brothers; Verner of Uehling, Alvin of White City,
Oregon, Emory of Sioux City, Iowa, Ralph of Wilmington, Delaware,
and Donald of San Francisco, Calif.; and one sister, Mrs. Kermit
(Grace) Meyer of Hooper.

Services were held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the St.
Paul's Lutheran Church in Uehling.  Rev. Lester Lamm was the pastor
in charge.

Music was by Dallas Hilgenkamp, Stanley Popken, Mrs. Stanley
Popken, and Mrs. Donald Andersen.  Organist was Mrs. James
Lindgren.

Interment was in the Argo Cemetery.  Pallbearers were Maynard
Engdahl, Norman Johnson, Raymond Johnson, Arthur Linden, Herman
Mahlendorf, and Russell Uehling.  Graveside services were conducted
by the American Legion post of Uehling.

The funeral was under the direction of Warne Funeral Home, Uehling.hhw
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NAME JOHNSON WARREN P 
GRADE, ALPHA PFC Private First Class 
SERVICE CODE  ARMY 
ARM OR SERVICE  Coast Artillery Corps 
DATE REPORT: DAY (DD)  07 
DATE REPORT: MONTH (MM)  05 
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LATEST REPORT DATE: DAY (DD)  03 
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JOHNSON, WARREN P.    
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Name = William S. Johnson

Dates on Tombstone = 3-16-1883  -  8-21-1924

Spouse = Edith Peterson (1911)

Parents = Peter & Selina (Astill) Johnson

Obituary

The Hooper Sentinel 
August 21, 1924

Account of Johnson Accident

Though we gave a short account of the terrible accident that befell
Will Johnson and was of the Argo neighborhood last week, it was not
as thorough as it may have been, so we are publishing the account
of the accident as given in the Oakland Independent;

"When William S. Johnson, 7 miles south of Craig, in the Alder
Grove neighborhood, was mowing the lawn about the house, he noticed
that the gas engine on the washing machine Mrs. Johnson was using
had stopped.  He left the team standing and went to again start the
engine.  In some way the horses became frightened and start to run.
They ran toward his little son, Leonard, 3 1/2 years old, and Mr.
Johnson tried to reach him in time to save him from being cut by
the sickle, but reached him just in time to  become entangled
himself in the machine.  Both legs of the son were cut off above
the ankle and Mr. Johnson's right arm between the elbow and wrist,
also the thumb of his left had, the flesh on the upper part of his
right leg from the knee to the crotch was laid open to the bone,
when it seemed that the horses must have turned and again struck
him, this time cutting off one toe.

"Mrs. Johnson had a hard time summoning help, calling some half a
dozen parties before anyone could be found.

First aid was given by some of the neighbors and Dr. Pratt, who had
been summoned from Craig, and this was the only thing that had
saved their lives.  The injured were rushed to an Omaha hospital
where they were reported to be doing as well as could be expected.hhw
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Obituary

The Hooper Sentinel 
August 28, 1924

William S. Johnson, who was so seriously injured in a mowing
machine accident at Argo, a couple of weeks ago, died last Thursday
evening at an Omaha hospital.  He leaves a wife and seven children.
His little son, Leonard, hurt at the same time, is recovering
nicely from his injuries and is with relatives at Craig.hhw
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Note - If you are interested in finding out what happened to little
Leonard, click on his hi-lited name to read
his obituary.  Then use your "Back" button to return here.

JOHNSON, WILLIAM. S.    
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Name = Clark M. Larson

Dates on Tombstone = 1912  -  1935

Parents = Swain and Edith (Soderling) Larson
Mini Biography

Cark Milford Larson was born on March 31, 1912 at Newport, NE to
Swain and Edith (Soderling)Larson.  He died on August 24, 1935 and
is buried at the Argo Cemetery near Uehling, NE.  He was survived by
his mother, Edith Larson, brothers, Harry of Craig, Victor of
Uehling and Arthur of Oakland and a sister, Irene Mitchell, of
Uehling.  He was preceded in death by his father, Swain Larson, and
an infant brother, Edgar.  Swain and Edgar Larson are buried at the 
Kirkwood Cemetery in Rock Cunty, NE.  Swain Larson died on 
December 31, 1913 when Clark was 2 years old.hhw

clarklarson

LARSON, CLARK M.
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Name = Gerald Larson

The Fremont Tribune-on-line
November 24, 2014 

Gerald William “Pugs” Larson, 88, of Uehling passed away Saturday,
Nov. 22, 2014, at the Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, surrounded
by his family.

Gerald was born Aug. 26, 1926, at home in rural Craig to Harry C.
and Helen E. (Koehler) Larson. He was baptized and confirmed at Elim
Lutheran Church of Swaburg, rural Hooper.

Gerald graduated from Uehling High School in 1943. In 1954, he
married the love of his life, Donna Rickert, at First Evangelical
Lutheran Church in Oakland.

Gerald loved his family and friends dearly. He never met a stranger.
He loved farming, sports and traveling, but there was no place like
home. He enjoyed small town life.

Survivors include: his wife, Donna; daughters and sons-in-law, Joan
and Dave Bixler of Minnetonka, Minn., and Cindy and Dan Christensen
of Austin, Texas; sisters, Mary (Emery) Johnson and Margie Davis,
both of Fremont, and Mable (Rodney) Nelson of Sidney; brother,
Richard Larson of Uehling; four grandchildren, Peter (Pam)
Christensen, Carrie (Ryan) Jackson, Trent (Corrinne) Grover, and
Amber (Mike) Trapp; and eight great-grandchildren, Tanner, Cameron
and Ava Jackson, Hannah and Emma Christensen, Cillian and Malcolm
Grover, and Griffin Trapp.

He was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Harry Jr.

The funeral will be 11 a.m. Wednesday at First Evangelical Lutheran
Church in Oakland. The Rev. Mark Eldal will officiate. The organist
will be Billye Pearson. Vocalists will be Mark and Terry
Wallerstedt. Visitation with the family receiving friends will be
from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday at Pelan Funeral Home in Oakland. Visitation
will continue one hour prior to service time Wednesday at the
church.

Burial will be in Argo Cemetery in rural Uehling. Casket bearers
will be Gerald Johnson, Mark Wallerstedt, Bob Davis, Brian
Radebaugh, Bruce Goolsby and Kevin Larson.

Memorials have been established to First Evangelical Lutheran Church
and Argo Cemetery.hhw

geraldlarson

LARSON, GERALD
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Name = Harry C. Larson

Dates on Tombstone = 9-13-1897  -  3-8-1956

Spouse = Helen Koehler (1921)

Parents = Swain and Edith (Soderling) Larson

Obituary

The Hooper Sentinel 
March 15, 1956

Harry C. Larson Rites at Oakland

Harry C. Larson, widely known Swaburg area farmer, died at the
Oakland Memorial Hospital, Thursday evening.  Although in failing
health for the past several years, the final illness came upon him
unexpectedly while the family was spending the evening at the home
of his uncle, Will Soderling, in Oakland.

Born at Verdigree September 13, 1897, he had attained the age of 58
years, 5 months and 25 days.  His marriage to Miss Helen Koehler of
near Uehling took place February 9, 1921.

Mr. Larson was a member of the Elim Lutheran Church at Swaburg and
had served on its Board of Administration as a deacon.

He is survived by his widow; three sons, Harry, Jr., of Long Beach,
California, Richard of near Hooper and Gerald of the Oakland
vicinity; three daughters, Mrs. Emery D. Johnson and Mrs. Rodney
Nelson of Oakland and Mrs. Robert Davis of South Sioux City; seven
grandchildren; his aged mother, Mrs. Edith Larson; brother, Victor
Larson, and sister, Mrs. Owen Mitchell of Uehling, and brother,
Arthur Larson of Swaburg.  His father and a brother, Clark,
preceded him in death.

Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Palmquist
Funeral Home in Oakland and at the Elim Lutheran Church. Pastor
Edward T. Chindvall officiated at the final rites.  Mrs. Alvis
Petersen was organist and Herman Meyer sang "The old Rugged Cross"
and " What a Friend we have in Jesus".

Interment was in the family plot in the cemetery at Argo.hhw

harrylarson

LARSON, HARRY C. 
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Name = Helen E. Larson

Dates on Tombstone = 10-9-1893  -  10-11-1981

Spouse = Harry C. Larson (1921)

Maiden Name = Helen E. Koehler

Parents = William & Elizabeth (Williams) Koehler

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
October 15, 1981
Page 8

Helen E. Larson, 88, died the preceding Sunday at her home.  She was
born on October 9, 1893 at Oakland.  She married Harry C. Larson on
Feb. 9, 1921 at Fremont.  He died in 1956.  She was survived by 3
sons; Harry L., Richard and Gerald, 3 daughters; Mary, (Mrs. Emery
D.) Johnson, Mable (Mrs.Rodney) Nelson and Mrs. Marjorie Davis.  She
was buried at the Argo Cemtery.hhw

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LARSON, HELEN E. 4255
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Name = Edith Soderling Larson

Dates on Tombstone = 1878  -  1956

Spouse = Swain Larson (1893)

Maiden Name - Edith Soderling

Parents = Per and Ingar (Beck) Soderling

Obituary

The Hooper Sentinel 
August 9, 1956

Friday Services for Mrs. Larson

Mrs. Edith Larson, longtime resident of Uehling passed away quietly
in her sleep in Uehling Tuesday morning.  Funeral services will be
held at the Congregational Church in Uehling at 2 p.m. Friday, with
the Rev. Allan Martin officiating.  Pallbearers will be grandsons
and burial will be in the Argo Cemetery under the direction of
Wollmer and Warne.  The remains will be in state at Wollmer and
Warne this evening from 7 to 9 p.m.

Mrs. Larson was born to Per N. Soderling and Ingra Beck April 7,
1878, in the Argo Community.  On Nov. 7, 1893, she married Swain
Larson. The couple lived in the Argo and Verdigree communities.
After seven years they moved to Newport.  After her husband passed
away the family moved to Uehling. 

Survivors are a son, Arthur, of Hooper, and a daughter, Irene
Mitchell of Uehling; two brothers, Arvin and William Soderling,
Oakland; a sister, Mrs. Alice Costensen of Illinois; ten
grandchildren, ten great grandchildren.  Her husband, four children
and five brothers preceded her in death, Harry and Victor this
year.hhw

Note: Swain Larson and his youngest son, Edgar, are buried in the 
      Kirkwood Cemetery, in Rock County, Nebraska.


swainedithlarson

Swain & Edith Larson


LARSON, EDITH SODERLING    
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Name = Victor E. Larson

Dates on Tombstone = 12-4-1902  -  5-21-1956

Spouse = Wilhelmina E. Pribnow (1924)

Parents = Swain and Edith (Soderling) Larson

Obituary

The Hooper Sentinel 
May 24, 1956

Services for Victor Larson

Victor Ephraim Larson, son of Mrs. Edith Larson of Uehling and the
late Swain Larson, passed away suddenly Sunday evening at his home
in Uehling, at the age of 53 years, 5 months and 17 days. 

He was born December 4th, 1902 at Winnetoon, Nebr., and moved with
his mother and family to Dodge County when he was 12. He was
married December 17, 1924 to Minnie E. Pribnow and spent most of
his life in Uehling. 

Left to mourn his passing are his widow, one son, Merrill of
Uehling, two daughters, Peggy Colleen and Mrs. Stanley Sass of
Fremont, two grandchildren, his mother, one sister, Mrs. Owen
Mitchell of Uehling, and a brother, Arthur L. of Hooper. He was
preceded in death by his father, and three brothers, including
Harry C. who passed away in March.

Services were held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at Wollmer and Warne
Funeral Home and 2 p.m. at the Congregational Church with the Rev.
Alan Martin, pastor in charge.  Burial was in Argo Cemetery.hhw

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LARSON, VICTOR E.    
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Name = Wilhelmina E. Larson

Dates on Tombstone = 4-2-1897  -  5-5-1995

Spouse = Victor E. Larson (1924)

Maiden Name = Wilhelmina E. Pribnow

Parents = Otto & Hulda (Kuester) Pribnow

Obituary - Sumary

The Oakland Independent
May 11, 1995
Page A2

Minnie E. Larson, 98, of North Bend, formely of Fremont and Uehling,
died on May 5, 1995 at North Bend.  She was born on April 2, 1897
near Scribner to Otto & Hulda (Kuester) Pribnow.  She married Victor
E. Larson on Dec. 17, 1923 in Souix City, IA.  He died in May, 1956.
She is survived by daughters; Peggy (Mrs.Robert) Templin and  Twila
(Mrs. Stanley) Sass, daughter-in-law, Bonnie Larson, 4
grandchildren; Sally Thomsen, Bob Larson, Diane Larson and Joe
Larson.  She was preceded in death by her husband, son, Merrill, and
11 brothers and sisters.  She was buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw 

minnielarson

LARSON, WILHELMINA E.
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Name = Ellen Larson
Wife of S Larson

Dates on Tombstone = d 9-6-1891  22Y 10M 13Days

Spouse = S. Larson

LARSON, ELLEN
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Name = Edith N. Larson

dau of S & E Larson

Dates on Tombstone = d 1=10-1891  19days old

Parents = S & Ellen Larson

LARSON, EDITH N.
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Name = P. J. Lindstrom

Dates on Tombstone = 11-23-1840  - 6-2-1900

Parents =

The Oakland Independent
June 8, 1900

Summary

Peter Lindstrom, 59, a carpenter who formerly lived here, died at
his home 14 miles south of Oakland, June 2nd. For some time a cancer
has been serously troubling him and it finally worked its way to a
vital spot which caused his death.

Rev. Johnson conducted the funeral service which took place Sunday.hhw

LINDSTROM P. J.
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Name = Walfrid Lindberg

Dates on Tombstone = 1891  -  1980

Actual Dates = 10-12-1891  -  9-17-1980 

Spouse = Bernice C. Nelson (1923)

Parents =

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
September 18, 1980
Page 6A

Walfrid Lindberg, 88, died the preceding Wednesday at Oakland
Memorial Hospital.  He was born on Oct. 12, 1891 in Sweden.  He
farmed in Burt County from 1923 to 1962 when he moved to Craig.  He
was a veteran of WWI, and served in France.   He was married to
Bernice C. Nelson, of Oakland, on Feb. 28, 1923 in Kearney by his
uncle, Pastor J. E. Lindberg.   He is survived by his wife, 2 sons;
John Byron & Charles, a daughter, Mrs. Bonnie Brown, and 3 sisters
in Sweden.  He was buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw

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Name = Bernice C. Lindberg

Dates on Tombstone = 1900  -  1982

Actual Dates = 6-8-1900  -  5-21-1982

Spouse = Walfrid Lindberg (1923)

Maiden Name = Bernice Nelson

Parents = John & Bena (Anderson) Nelson

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
May 27, 1982
Page 5

Mrs. Bernice Carolyn Lindberg, 81, died at Oakland Memorial Hospital
on the preceding Friday. She was born on June 8, 1900 at Oakland to
John N. & Bena Nelson.  She married Walfrid Lindberg on Feb. 28,
1923 at Kearney.  He died in Sept., 1980.  She was survuved by 2
sons; John Byron and Charles W., a daughter, Bonnie B. Brown, 5
grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren, and a sister, Hilda (Mrs.
Clifford) Anderson.  She was buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw

LINDBERG, BERNICE C.
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Name = Carl Johan Olof Lorick 

Dates =  12-28-1870   -   10-03-1904

The Oakland Independent

DIED
Died, Oct. 3, 1904, at the home of his brohter-in-law, John O.
Peterson, near Argo, Carl Johan Olof Lorick aged thirty-three years. 
He was born in Kristlanstade Lan, Sweden, Dec. 28, 1870; emigrated
to America seventeen years ago.   Nine years ago he was stricken
with rheumatism and sought relief by travel and residence in
Colorado and the West Coast but seemed to received very little
benefit and was finaly taken off by the disease.  He leaves a mother
and sister in Sweden and a sister, Mrs. J. O. Peterson, in this
county to mourn his lose.  The funeral took place Wednesday, Rev. C.
O. Anderson, of Oakland, officiating.  Interment was in the Mission
cemetery at Argo.hhw

LORICK, CARL JOHAN OLOF
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Name = John G. Meyer 

Dates on Tombstone = 7-21-1893  -  6-17-1990

Spouse = Talitha Cecil Hall (1917)

Parents = Gerhardt and Marie (Stover) Meyer

Summary

The Oakland Independent 
June 21, 1990 
Page B5

John G. Meyer, 96, died on June 17, 1990 at Scribner.  He was born
July 21, 1893 at Uehling to Gerhardt and Marie Stover Meyer.  He
married Talitha Cecil Hall at Lincoln on November 28, 1917.
Survivors are his wife, of Scribner and sister, Frieda Wurdeman, of
Omaha.  Buried - Argo cemetery, Uehling, NE.hhw

johngmeyer

MEYER, JOHN G.   5986
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Name = Cecil T. Meyer

Dates on Tombstone = 1-31-1899  -  10-27-1995

Spouse = John G. Meyer (1917)

Maiden Name = Talitha Cecil Hall

Parents =

The Oakland Independent 
November 2, 1995

Talitha Meyer

A 96 year old native of the Uehling area died recently in Scribner.

Talitha Cecil Meyer was buried in Argo Cemetery near Uehling on
Mon., Oct. 30, 1995.

Mrs. Meyer was born Jan. 31, 1899, in Lincoln and died on Oct. 27,
1995 in Scribner.

Her funeral was at First Congregational Church in Uehling. Rev. Ken
Saunders officiating.

Leta Olson and Gloria Wedergren provided music.  Casket bearers
were Jim Gallant, Ray Satree, Eugene Johnson, Russell Uehling,
Loell Strand and Charles Landholm.  Warne Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.hhw

talithacecilmeyer

MEYER, CECIL  T. 7795
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Name = Owen A. Mitchell

Dates on Tombstone = 8-29-1902  -  12-28-1985

Spouse = Irene E. Larson (1933)

Parents  = James & Katherine Mitchell 

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
January 2, 1986
Page A3

Owen Mitchell, 83, died on the preceding Sunday at his home.  He was
born on Aug. 29, 1902 at Bethany, MO to James & Katherine Mitchell. 
He moved to Uehling in 1944.  He married Irene Larson on Jan. 7,
1933 at Nebraska City.  He was preceded in death by his parents and
a brother.  He was survived by a brother, Clyde.  He was buried at
the Argo Cemetery.hhw
owenmitchell

MITCHELL, OWEN A. 
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Name = Irene E. Mitchell

Dates on Tombstone = 6-21-1907  -  1-2-1989

Spouse = Owen A. Mitchell (1933)

Maiden Name = Irene E. Larson

Parents = Swain & Edith (Soderling) Larson

Obituary - Sumary

The Oakland Independent
January 12, 1989
Page B4

Irene Mitchell, 81, died on Jan. 2, 1989 at Oakland Memorial
Hospital.  She was born on June 21, 1907 at Newport to Swain & Edith
(Soderling) Larson.  She married Owen Mitchell on Jan. 7, 1933 at
Nebraska City.  He died in 1985.  She had resided in Uehling since
1944.  She was preceded in death by her husband, 5 brothers; Harry,
Arthur, Edgar, Victor and Clark Larson. She is survived by a sister-
in-law, Minnie Larson of Fremont.   She was buried at the Argo
Cemetery.hhw

irenemitchell

MITCHELL, IRENE E.
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Name = Dr. Alvin F. Nelson

Dates on Tombstone = 1917  -  1973

Actual Dates = 6-27-1917  -  4-19-1973

Parents = John N. & Bena Nelson 

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
April 26, 1973
Page 11

Dr. Alvin Fredolph Nelson, 55, of Ft. Worth, TX died Thursday
afternoon while playing golf. He was born on June 7, 1917 at Oakland
to John N. & Bena Nelson.  He graduated from Uehling High School,
the University of Nebraska and received his Doctor's degree in
Philosophy from Ohio State University.  He was the acting head of the
Philosophy Dept. at TCU.  He is survived by     brother, Linde and 4
sisters; Mrs. Walfrid Lindberg, Mrs. Clifford Anderson, Mrs. John
Linder and Mrs. Paul Meyer.  He was buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw 

alvinnelson

NELSON, DR. ALVIN F.
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Name = Axel E. Nelson

Dates on Tombstone - 1886  -  1949
Actual Dates =  3-23-1886 - 7-22-1949

Spouse = Agda Thureson (1916)

Parents = 

Obituary

The Hooper Sentinel 
August 4, 1949

Axel E. Nelson Buried at Swaburg

Funeral services were held at the Elim Lutheran Church in Swaburg,
Monday afternoon, for Axel E. Nelson, who died at his farm home in
the Argo community near Craig on Friday, July 22 at the age of 63
years, 3 months and 29 days.  In failing health for several months,
he had undergone an operation two months ago. 

The service at Swaburg was preceded with a prayer service at the
Palmquist funeral home in Oakland. Rev. Drell E. Bernhardson
officiated. Mrs. Alvis Petersen was organist, the congregation sang
"O Jesus, Thou Art Standing" and Mr. and Mrs. John H. Monson sang
"Fade, Fade, Each Earthly Joy" and "Just as I am". The remains were
interred in the Argo Cemetery.  Serving as pallbearers were Olav
Pedersen, Walfrid Lindberg, Fred Linden, William Soderling, Fred
Christensen and Linder Johnson. 

Axel Ernest Nelson was born in Sweden March 23, 1883 and came to
the United States in 1911.  He resided at Wausa, Oakland and
Scottsbluff and for the past twenty-nine years had farmed in the
Argo community near Craig.

He was married at Omaha February 21, 1916 to Miss Agda Thureson,
who survives him together with six children, Mrs. Lowell Anderson,
of Tekamah; Mrs. Leonard Goodrich of Omaha; Mrs. Gene Fenton, of
Fort Crook; William of Hooper; and Gordon and Jerry, at home; also
five grandchildren.  An infant daughter, Sybil, preceded him in
death. Surviving also are his aged mother, and one brother and five
sisters in Sweden.hhw
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Obituary - Axel E. Nelson

The Fremont Tribune 
July 30, 1949 
Page 15

Axel E. Nelson Service is Held

Swaburg - Funeral services were held at the Elim Lutheran church in
Swaburg for Axel E. Nelson, 63, who died at his farm home near
Craig, following several months' illness.

Rev. Drell E. Bernhardson officiated with the congregation singing
the hymn "O Jeses, Thou Art Standing."  Mr. and Mrs. John S. Monson
sang, "Fade, Fade Each Earthly Joy" and "Just as I Am."  Mrs. Alvis
Petersen served as organist.

A recessional service at the Palmquist funeral home in Okland
preceded the Swaburg services.  Interment was in the Argo cemetery,
Olav Pedersen, Walfred Lindberg, Fred Linden, William Soderling,
Linde Johnson and Fred Christensen acted as pallbearers.

Axel Ernest Nelson was born in Sweden on Mar. 23, 1886.  He came to
the United States settling at Wausa.  He also lived in Oakland and
Scottsbluff and for the past 29 years had been farming in the Argo
vicinity near Craig.

On Feb. 21, 1916, he married Agda Thureson in Omaha.

Survivors include Mrs. Nelson and six children, Mrs. Lowell Anderson
of Tekamah, Mrs. Leonard Goodrich of Omaha, Mrs. Gene Fenton of Fort
Crook, William of the Admah community, and Gordon and Jerry at home.

He is also survived by his mother, five sisters, and one brother,
who live in Sweden.  An infant daughter, Sybil, precedced him in
death.hhw

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Name = Agda F. Nelson

Dates on Tombstone = 1895  -  1951

Spouse = Axel E. Nelson (1916)

Maiden Name = Agda F. Thureson

Parents =

Obituary

The Hooper Sentinel 
December 13, 1951

Mrs. Nelson Died at Craig Monday

Funeral services will be held for Mrs. Axel Nelson, 56, of Craig,
at 2 o'clock this Thursday afternoon at the Wollmer and Warne
Funeral Home in Hooper, Rev. Drell Bernhardson will officiate.
Burial will be in the Argo  cemetery. Music for the services was by
Mr. & Mrs. John Monson, with Mrs. Alvis Petersen as pianist.
Pallbearers were Fred Christensen, Fred Linden, Olaf Peterson,
William Soderling, Walfried Lindberg and Newton Greenwood.

Mrs. Nelson, a native of Sweden passed away at the Nelson farm home
near Craig on Monday. Surviving are three sons, William of Hooper
and Gordon and Jerry of Craig; three daughters, Mrs. O. Anderson of
Loup City, Mrs. Leonard Goodrich of Compton, Calif., and Mrs. Gene
Senton of Omaha; nine grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Herman
Stenstrom of Council Bluffs and two sisters and two brothers in
Sweden.hhw

NELSON, AGDA F.    
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Name = Axel W. Nelson

The Fremont Tribune
Tuesday, Feb 23, 2010 - 10:45:19 am CST 
 
Axel W. Nelson, 93, of Fremont died Monday, Feb. 22, 2010, at 
Arbor Manor in Fremont.

He was born Sept. 5, 1916, in Craig to Axel Ernest and Agda
(Thorson) Nelson. He grew up in Craig from 1916-1929 and Scottsbluff
from 1929-1933. He lived in Craig again from 1933-1942 and then
served in the military from Dec. 29, 1942, to Nov. 8, 1945. He was
in the U.S. Army and served at Normandy, France, England and
Belgium. He participated in the D-Day Invasion and received a Purple
Heart award. He lived in the Hooper area from 1946-1948, in Lyons
from 1948-1977, in Fremont from 1977-1997, in Craig from 1997-2005
and returned to Fremont in June 2005.

He married Mary E. Sanderson on March 23, 1946, in Olathe, Kan. He
was a member of VFW Post 854 of Fremont and American Legion Post 20
of Fremont. He also was a life member of the May Museum, where he
served as the groundskeeper for 10 years and he served as treasurer
of the Lyons School Board.

Survivors include: his wife, Mary; sons, Larry (and wife, Betty)
Nelson of Riverton, Wyo., Richard (and wife, Paula) Nelson of Blair
and David (and wife, Wendy) Nelson of Bellevue; daughters, Kathy
(and husband, Ron) Lay of Riverton and Peggy (and husband, Keith)
Campbell of Craig, Colo.; a brother, Jerry (and wife, Mildred)
Nelson of Omaha; two sisters, Ethel Anderson of Fremont and Inez
Tolland of Sun City, Calif.; 13 grandchildren and 14 great-
grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Gordon Nelson; a
daughter, Barbara Anderson; and a sister, Goldie Lay.

The funeral will be 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Moser Memorial Chapel in
Fremont with the Rev. Mitchell Knapp officiating. Visitation will be
one hour prior to service time Thursday at the funeral home. Burial
will be in Argo Cemetery near Uehling with military honors conducted
by the Fremont Honor Guard of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 854 and
American Legion Post 20.hhw

axelnelson

NELSON, AXEL W.
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Name = Gordon G. Nelson

Dates on Tombstone = 7-18-1929  -  12-7-1998

Spouse = Jacqueline Dinehart (1949)

Parents = Axel & Agda (Thureson) Nelson

Obituary 

The Oakland Independent 
December 10, 1998

Funeral services for Gordon Nelson will be held Fri., Dec. 11, 1998
at 1 p.m., at the First United Methodist Church in Fremont.  He
died December 7, at his home in Fremont at the age of 69 years.

The Rev. Eugene Watson and Rev. Brian Kottas will officiate.
Burial will be in the Argo Cemetery east of Uehling.

Casket bearers will be Dale Anderson, Ron Johnson, Tim Fenton,
Richard Nelson, Stan and Shannon Harney.

Gordon G. Nelson was born July 18, 1929, in Craig to Axel & Agda
(Thureson) Nelson.  He attended North Argo School in rural Craig
and farmed in the Craig area until retiring to Fremont in 1994.

On July 30, 1949 he married Jacqueline Dinehart in Papillion.

Gordon was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Fremont
and a former member of the United Methodist Church at Craig and a
past church board member there.  He also served on the Argo
Cemetery board for several years and served on the rural Fire Board
at Craig.

He is survived by his wife, Jacqueline of Fremont; son, Charles
Nelson, of Fremont; daughter, Karen (Mrs. Wayne) Parker of Fremont
(two brothers, Axel and Mary Nelson of Craig, CO and Jerry and
Mildred Nelson of Omaha; three sisters Ethel Anderson of Oakland,
Ines Toland and Goldie Lay both of Sun City, CA; two grandchildren,
Jeffrey and Timothy Nelson.

He was preceded in death by his parents and two infant sisters.hhw

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Name = Jacqueline L. Nelson

Dates on Tombstone = 10-5-1931  -

Spouse = Gordon G. Nelson (1949)

Maiden Name = Jacqueline Dinehart

Parents =

NELSON, JACQUELINE L.
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Name = John N. Nelson

Dates on Tombstone = 2-3-1840  -  2-11-1909

Spouse = Ingrid Alice Casper (1878)

Parents =

1880 US Census, Bell Creek, Burt County, Nebraska
John NELSON   Self    M  Male   W  40  SWE  Farmer         SWE  SWE  
Alice NELSON  Wife    M  Female W  25  SWE  Keeping House  SWE  SWE  
Emmie NELSON  Dau     S  Female W  7M  NE                  SWE  SWE  
Swen LINN     Cousin  S  Male   W  13  SWE  At School      SWE  SWE  

NELSON, JOHN N.
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Name = Ingr Nelson

Dates on Tombstone =  3-17-1855  -  11-21-1929

Spouse = John N. Nelson (1878)

Maiden Name = Ingrid Alice Casper

Parents =

Obituary

The Hooper Sentinel 
November 28, 1929

Admah Pioneer Resident is Summoned by Death

Mrs. Ingrid Alice Nelson, Nee Casper, a pioneer resident of the
Admah community for more than fifty years, passed away on Thursday
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Carl Walters in Omaha, aged 74
years 8 months and 4 days.

The deceased was born March 17, 1855, in Espinge, Sweden, where she
was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith.   In the year
1878, she was united in marriage to John Nelson, who passed away at
the family home in Admah on February 11, 1909.

Seven years ago, Mrs. Nelson suffered a stroke of paralysis, and
since that time she has been at Omaha where she was tenderly cared
for in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Walters.  She was a most
patient sufferer through the long years, and cheerfully and
uncomplainingly bore her affliction with Christian fortitude.  She
was especially happy in the visits from her children and old
friends, and each summer looked forward to several visits to her
old home at Admah.

There remain to mourn her passing two sons, John, of Admah, and
Rudolph, of Lyons; and six daughters, Emma (Mrs. Sandstedt) and
Minnie, of Chicago; Althea (Mrs. J. Nelson) of Hershey; Olga (Mrs.
Victor Nelson) of Winner, S. D.; Hannah (Mrs. Swan Nelson) and
Valera (Mrs. Carl Walters) of Omaha.  Seventeen grandchildren and
six great-grandchildren.

A brief funeral service was held at the Walters home in Omaha on
Friday, after which the remains were taken to Oakland, and the
final formal service was held on Sunday afternoon at the Elim
Lutheran church in Swaburg, of which she had been a member.

The pastor, the Rev. Arnold Thoren, had charge of the service and a
mixed quartet furnished the singing.  By request, Mrs. Arnold
Thoren and Miss Luella Sampson sang a duet number "Beyond the
Smiling and the Weeping. "

Following the service at the church the funeral cortege wended its
way to the Argo Cemetery for interment in the family lot here.  The
pall bearers were Harry Anderson, Otto Olson, Edwin Monson, Alfred
Feer, Andrew Hoganson and Albert Soderling.hhw

NELSON, INGRID ALICE    
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Name = John N. Nelson

Dates on Tombstone = 1867  -  1923
Actual Dates = 2-7-1867  -  1923

Spouse = Bena Anderson (1898)

Parents =

Mini biography

John N. Nelson was born on February 2, 1867 at Svenskop, Sweden.  He
emigrated to the USA about 1888.  In 1893 he became a US citizen in
Orgeon, and he came to Nebraska in 1898. John N. Nelson married Bena
Anderson on August 10, 1898.  They were the parents of 8 children:
John, born & died on 6-3-1899; Bernice, 6-8-1900; Wendell, 6-6-1902;
Hilda, 2-18-1906; Linde, 3-16-1906; Ethel, 12-20-1910; Laverne, 10-
4-1904 and Alvin Fredolph, 6-27-1917. John died in 1923 and is
buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw

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NELSON, JOHN N.
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Name = Bena Nelson

Dates on Tombstone = 1873  -  1955
Actual Dates = 3-15-1873  -  1955

Spouse = John N. Nelson (1898)

Maiden Name = Bena Anderson

Parents = Peter & Carrie (Linn) Anderson

Mini biography

Bena Anderson was born on 3-15-1873 at Fremont, NE to Peter & Carrie
(Linn) Anderson. When she was about 5 or 6 years old the family
moved to the Argo community.  She married John N. Nelson on 8-10-
1898.  They were the parents of 8 children: John, born & died on 6-3-
1899; Bernice, 6-8-1900; Wendell, 6-6-1902; Hilda, 2-18-1906; Linde,
3-16-1906; Ethel, 12-20-1910; Laverne, 10-4-1904 and Alvin Fredolph,
6-27-1917. Bena died in 1955 and is buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw

benanelson

NELSON, BENA
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Name = Bengta Nordquist

Dates on Tombstone = 1864  -  1886

Parents = 

NORDQUIST, BENGTA
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Name = Ingar Nordquist

Dates on Tombstone = 1822  -  1887

Parents =

NORDQUIST, INGAR
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Name = ? (Nordquist)?  

Dates on Tombstone = 1873  -  3-1882?

Parents =

? (NORDQUIST)?
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Name = Arlyn Olson

Dates = Nov. 4, 1941  -  Nov. 6, 2004

Parents = Arthur & Florence (Lundholm) Olson

Spouse = Kathryn L. Van Buren (1963)

The Fremont Tribune (On-Line) 
November 15, 2004

Arlyn D. "Oly" Olson, 63, of Littlerock, Calif., died Saturday, Nov.
6, 2004, at his home.

He was born Nov. 4, 1941, in Oakland.  He graduated from Oakland
High School in 1959.  He married Kathryn L. Van Buren on Oct. 20,
1963, in West Point.  They moved to California in 1968.  He was
employed by ElDorado National of Salina, Kan., selling handicapped
van conversions.

Survivors include: his wife; two daughters, Diana (Mrs. Robert)
Moore of Palmdale, Calif., and Dail (Mrs. Josh) Sheridan of Canyon
Country, Calif.; a brother, Robert (and wife, Phyllis) Olson of
Tekamah; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law; and five grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by a son, a brother and a sister.

The funeral will be 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at First Evangelical Lutheran
Church in Oakland with the Rev. Mark Eldal officiating. Visitation
will be from 1-8 p.m. today at Palmquist-Pelan Funeral Home in
Oakland and will continue one hour prior to service time at the
church. Burial will be in Argo Cemetery, rural Uehling.

A memorial has been established to Children's Hospital in Omaha.hhw

OLSON, ARLYN
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Name = Arthur A. Olson

Dates on Tombstone = 7-31-1898  -  2-12-1949

Spouse = Florence Lundholm (1922)

Parents = Peter A. and Amanda (Johnson) Olson

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
February 2, 1949
Page 1

Arthur Olson, 50, died at his home in North Argo on Feb. 12, 1949
from a heart attack.  He was born on July 3, 1898 to Pete & Amanda
Olson.  He married Florence Lundholm on Mar. 22, 1922.  He is
survived by his wife, a daughter, Mrs. Marian Grothe, 2 sons; Robert
& Arlyn Dale.  A son, Merlin, preceded him in death.  He was buried
at the Argo Cemetery.hhw

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Name = Florence Olson

Dates on Tombstone = 10-9-1902  -  2-20-1965

Spouse = Arthur A. Olson (1922)

Maiden Name = Florence Lundholm

Parents =

Obituary

The Hooper Sentinel 
February 26, 1965

Two Craig Women Killed in Accident

Mrs. Florence J. Olson, 62, and Mrs. Anna Lundholm, 54, both of
Craig were killed in a collision in the Maple Creek Bottom area
south of Hooper Saturday morning.

Hospitalized in Fremont were Donald Dolan, 22, of Minneapolis, and
Fred Matthews, 25, of White Bear Lake, Minn.

Matthews suffered fractured ribs, fractured pelvis, and internal
injuries.  He died in the hospital.  Dolan had a scalp laceration.

Mrs. Olson was driving north and Dolan was driving south when they
crashed on the Hwy. 77 curve about 2 a.m.  The Dolan auto went
partly off the pavement went out of control and was travelling
backward when the collision occurred, according to County Attorney
Richard Kuhlman.

Both women, traveling home from work at Campbell Soup Co., in
Fremont, died at the scene of the crash.

Mrs. Olson

Florence Lundholm was born in Burt County, Oct. 9, 1902 and married
Arthur Olson at Swaburg Lutheran Church March 22, 1921. He died
Feb. 12, 1949.  She was a member of the Swaburg Lutheran Church.

Surviving are two sons Robert of Tekamah and Arlyn of Craig; a
daughter, Mrs. Marian Lundvall of Oakland; four brothers, Paul of
Omaha; Reuben of Lincoln; Lavern of Los Angeles, Calif., and
Clarence of Craig; a sister, Mrs. Earl Logeman of Ralston, and 16
grandchildren.

Services were in charge of the Palmquist Funeral Home in Oakland
with burial in Argo Cemetery, Craig.hhw

OLSON, FLORENCE    
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Name = Betty Olson

Dates on Tombstone = 1838  -  1918

Parents =

Betty is a sister of Mrs. John (Anna Olson) Ebberson.

1900 Nebraska, Burt, Oakland, 67B
Olsen, Betty Domestic w f Apr 1839 61 S Sweden Sweden Sweden 

1910 Nebraska, Douglas, Platte Valley, 183
Olson, Betty  housekeeper f w 71 s Sweden Sweden Sweden  

OLSON, BETTY
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Name = Peter Olson

Dates on Tombstone = 1-29-1867  -  7-12-1933

Spouse =  Amanda Johnson (1896)

Parents =

Obituary 

The Hooper Sentinel 
July 20, 1933

Funeral services for the late Peter A. Olson, whose death occurred
suddenly at his home in the Argo community on Wednesday morning
following a heart illness, were held on Saturday afternoon.

A recessional service in the Swedish language was conducted at the
late home by the Rev. M. J. Laure of Oakland, and a mixed quartet
composed of Mrs. Arnold Thoren, Miss Luella Sampson, Emil
Christensen and Harry Andersen sang a Swedish hymn.   The formal
service was held at the Elim Lutheran church at Swaburg, with the
Rev. Arnold Thoren and the Rev. Dr. Laure in charge. The mixed
quartet sang "Face to Face" and "No Night There," and a male
quartet composed of Messrs. Christensen, Andersen, Carl Olson and
Maynard Andersen sang "Going Down the Valley."  Miss Helen Monson
presided at the organ and also accompanied the singers.  The floral
offering was profuse and the services were very largely attended.
Interment was made in the family lot in the Argo cemetery.  The
pall bearers were Gottfred Monson, Anton Monson, Edwin Monson,
Chris Christensen, Will Grothe, Harry Grothe, Lambert Anderson and
Fred Linden.

The deceased was born in Sweden January 29, 1867, and had attained
the age of 66 years, 5 months and 13 days.  He emigrated to America
in 1887 and in 1896 was united in marriage to Miss Amanda Johnson
and they established the family home in the Argo vicinity.

Mr. Olson was widely known throughout the community. Being honest
and upright in all his dealings his splendid character gained for
him the highest respect and esteem of all.  He was stricken with a
heart affliction seven years ago, and last fall suffered a
recurrence of the malady.  His death, however, came unexpectedly,
as he had arisen as usual that morning, partaken of a hearty
breakfast, and attended to a few tasks about the home.  He suddenly
collapsed on the way to the house, and when Mrs. Olson reached him,
he had passed peacefully into the long sleep.

Besides the wife, he is mourned by one son, Arthur, residing on the
home farm, and by two grand children, two small children preceded
him in death.  He is also survived by one brother, John A. Olson,
of St. Joseph, Missouri, and two sisters, Mrs. Hanna Young, of
Pender, and Miss Anna Olson, of Omaha.hhw

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Name = Amanda C. Olson

Dates on Tombstone = 1-27-1874  -  12-9-1939

Spouse = Peter A. Olson (1896)

Maiden Name = Amanda C. Johnson

Parents = John & Hannah Johnson

Obituary 

The Hooper Sentinel 
December 14, 1939

Death Comes to Mrs. Olson

Mrs. Amanda Olson, a life-long resident of the Argo community,
passed away at the Oakland hospital Saturday evening, where she had
been confined for the past four weeks suffering from a broken hip
and wrist, the result of a fall from a chair in her home. She had
been in frail health for some time and her condition, aggravated by
the accident, grew speedily worse.

The deceased was born in the Argo neighborhood January 27, 1874,
and at the time of her passing was aged 65 years, 10 months and 12
days.

She was baptized by a Lutheran pastor, confirmed in the Swedish
Mission church at Argo and in 1936 became a member of the Elim
Lutheran church at Swaburg.  On July 16, 1896 she was united in
marriage to Pete Olson at Fremont, who preceded her in death six
years ago on July 12, 1933, and since which time has made her home
with her only son, Arthur Olson, and his family.

Besides the son there remain to mourn her passing, two
grandchildren, Mrs. Harry Grothe and Robert Lee Olson, and one
sister, Mrs. Albert Soderling, of Uehling, also a number of other
relatives and a host of friends who cherish the memory of her kind
and friendly personality.

The funeral was held Tuesday from the home at Argo and the Elim
Lutheran church, Dr. M. J. Laure officiating.   Music was by the
church male quartet and Mrs. Fred Nelson and Miss Luella Sampson
sang a requested favorite hymn.  Burial was in the Argo cemetery.hhw

1880 US Census - Bell Creek, Burt County, NE
    Name         Rel  M Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Fthr Mthr
John   JOHNSON  Self  M  Male   W  43  SWE  Farmer        SWE  SWE  
Hannah JOHNSON  Wife  M  Female W  26  SWE  Keeping House SWE  SWE  
Amanda JOHNSON  Dau   S  Female W   6  NE   At School     SWE  SWE  
Alma   JOHNSON  Dau   S  Female W   4  NE   At Home       SWE  SWE  
Allie  JOHNSON  Dau   S  Female W  1M  NE   At Home       SWE  SWE  
Muns   PETERSON Other S  Male   W  20  SWE  Laborer       SWE  SWE  

OLSON, AMANDA    
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Name = C. F. Peterson

Dates on Tombstone = 1-6-1884  -  4-28-1960

Parents = Mons & Anna (Johnson) Peterson

Spouse = Mae I. Peters (1907)

Obituary
The Fremont Tribune
April 29, 1960

C. F. Peterson Services Pending

Services for Clarence F. Peterson, 76, of 445 W. Jensen St. are
pending at Lawson Funeral Chapel.  Mr. Peterson died Thursday at his
home after a short illness.

Born Jan. 6, 1884, in Burt County, he lived in Wisner and Uehling
before moving to Fremont 24 years ago.  He was a retired interior
decorator.  He was baptized and confirmed in the Swedish Lutheran
Church near Uehling and married Mae I. Peters Feb. 14, 1907 in
Tekamah.

Surviving are his widow; a son, Leland L. of Long Beach, Calif.; two
sisters, Mrs. Al H. (Ethel) Miller and Mrs. Oscar F. (Edith)
Anderson, both of Fremont; two brothers, Harry B. of Fremont and
Clark D. of New York, N. Y.; and a grandson.  He was preceded in
death by two sisters and a brother.hhw 

PETERSON, CLARENCE F.
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Name = Mae I. Peterson

Dates on Tombstone = 2-25-1889  -  1-1-1982

Parents =

Spouse = Clarence F. Peterson (1907)

The Fremont Tribune
Jan. 2, 1982

Mrs. Mae I. Peterson of Memorial Hospital of Dodge County Annex and
formerly of 1450 N. Broad St. died Friday at the Annex.  She was 92.

Mrs. Peterson was the widow of the late Clarence F. Peterson.

Funeral Arrangements are pending at Bader-Rozanek Colonial Funeral
Home, 904 N. Bell St.hhw

PETERSON, MAE I.
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Name = Louis Peterson

Dates on Tombstone = 5-30-1849  -  9-13-1934

Parents = John Person

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
September 14, 1934

Louis Peterson, 85, died at his home in Oakland on Thursday morning.
He was born on May 30, 1849 in Skåne, Sweden.  He was a painter by
trade.  He never married.  Survivors are a nephew, Lambert Anderson,
of Argo, and a niece, Mrs. Arthur Ebberson of Scottsbluff.  He was
buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw

PETERSON, LOUIS
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Name = Mons Peterson

Dates on Tombstone = 2-8-1860  -  11-16-1946

Spouse = Anna Johnson (1880)

Parents =

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
November 21, 1946

Mons Peterson, 86, died on Saturday at his home in Fremont.  He was
born on Feb. 8, 1860 in Sweden.  He graduated from the Lutheran
Seminary there before coming to the USA in March of 1880.  

He married Anna Johnson on Dec. 26, 1880 at Craig.  They lived on a
farm in Burt County until 1911 when they retired and moved to
Uehling.  They lived there 26 years before moving to Fremont.  

Survivors are; 2 daughters, Mrs. Al Miller and Mrs. Oscar F.
Anderson both of Fremont, 4 sons; Victor, Clarence & Harry of
Fremont and Clark of New York City.  His wife preceded him in death.
He was buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw

PETERSON, MONS
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Name = Anna Peterson

Dates on Tombstone = 9-3-1862  -  6-3-1937

Spouse = Mons Peterson (1880)

Maiden Name = Anna Johnson

Parents =

Obituary - Mrs. Mons Peterson

The Fremont Tribune 
June 4, 1937 
Page 1

Fremont Resident is Illness Victim

Mrs. Mons Peterson Dies at Home Thursday

Mrs. Mons Peterson, 74, died at her home, 1245 North Main street,
yesterday, following an extended illness.  She had not been in good
health for more than a year, and she became repidly worse after
fracturing her hip in a fall recently.

Born September 3, 1862, in Sweden, Mrs. Peterson came in this
country at a early age.  She was married to Mons Peterson December
26, 1880, and lived in the Argo vicinity near Uehling before coming
to Fremont 11 years ago.

She was a member of the Swedish Mission church, and was connected
with the Ladies Aid of the Fremont Christian church.

Surviving in addition to her husband are four sons, Victor Peterson,
Lincoln; Clark Peterson, New York City, and Clarence and Harry
Peterson, Fremont; two daughters, Mrs. Al Miller, Fremont, and Mrs.
Oscar Anderson, Craig and four grandchildren.  Two daughters
preceded her in death.

Funeral services will be held in the chapel of the Hartman Funeral
Home at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, with Rev. B. B. Baird, Christian
pastor,  officiating.   Burial will be in Argo cemetery.hhw

PETERSON, ANNA
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Name = Edith J. Peterson
dau of M & A Peterson

Dates on Tombstone = 1-8-1892  3 Y 1M 12Days 

Parents = Mons & Anna (Johnson) Peterson

PETERSON, EDITH J.
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Name = Mabel J. dau of M & Anna Peterson

Dates on Tombstone = died 12-28-1900 aged 14 years 1 M 4 Days

Parents = Mons & Anna (Johnson) Peterson

Summary

The Oakland Independent
January 4, 1901
Page 1

Mabel Peterson, 14 years, 10 months and 20 days old, died on Dec.
28, 1900.  She is survived by her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Mons Peterson,
4 brothers and 2 sisters.  She was buried at the Mission Cemetery.hhw

PETERSON, MABEL J.
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Name = Victor A. Peterson

Dates on Tombstone = 1-27-1882  -  7-29-1949

Spouse 1 = Signe Andersen (1908)
Spouse 2 = Mable Johnson  (1912)

Parents = Mons & Anna (Johnson) Peterson

Obituary - Victor Peterson

The Fremont Tribune
July 3, 1949
page 15

Victor Peterson Dies in Fremont

Victor A. Peterson, 67, 1642 North Broad, died of a heart attack
late Friday afternoon while at work at Green's Greenhouses.

Mr. Peterson was born in Burt county and had lived in Fremont for 12
years.  He had previously resided at Uehling, Shickley and Lincoln
and was a member of the Masonic lodge at Geneva.

In 1908, Mr. Peterson married Signa Andersen at Uehling.  She died
the following year and Mr. Peterson married Mable Johnson at
Shickley in 1912.  She died June 17, 1937, at Fremont.

Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Al Miller and Mrs. Oscar
Anderson of Fremont; and three brothers, Clarence and Harry of
Fremont and Clark of New York City.   He was preceded in death by
four children.

Funeral services are to be at 2 p.m. Monday in the chapel of the
Lawson Funeral home with Rev. Theodore Johnson of Sinai Lutheran
church officiating.  Burial is to be in Argo cemetery souteast of
Uehling.hhw 


PETERSON, VICTOR A.
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Name = Signe Peterson

Dates on Tombstone = 11-16-1880  -  7-24-1910

Spouse = Victor A. Peterson (1908)

Maiden Name = Signe Andersen

Parents =

PETERSON, SIGNE 
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Name = Infant Peterson

Dates on Tombstone = 1909

Parents = Victor & Signe (Andersen) Peterson

PETERSON, INFANT
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Dates on Tombstone = 2-22-1847  -  8-24-1918
Name = George W. Richardson

Spouse = Anna Margaret Daubert (1875)

Parents =

A Pioneer is Summoned

Was a Stage Driver before the Days of Railroads

George Washington Richardson died at his home seven miles southeast
of Oakland last Saturday morning, August 24, 1918, at the age of 71
years, 6 months and 2 days.

Mr. Richardson was born in Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 22, 1847.  When he
was two years old he moved with his parents to Defiance, Ohio.  At
the age of sixteen he enlisted in the 3rd Ohio Regiment, Company K,
and served 19 months in the Civil war under General Herman at
Edgeville, Tenn.

In 1867 he moved to Omaha, Nebr.  He accepted a position as stage
driver and for several years drove a stage between Blair and Omaha,
Calhoun to Omaha, and from Herman to Tekamah and Decatur.

He was married to Miss Anna Margaret Daubert at Tekamah on Dec. 2,
1875. After residing in Omaha for five years they with their two
eldest children, Mrs. Albert Wagner and Mrs. Charles Davidson,
located in the vicinity of Argo, where they have lived the past 37
years.

Mr. Richardson untied with the Congregational church of Argo on
July 5, 1906.  He was a faithful attendant and an active worker in
the church and Sunday school, being Sunday school superintendent
for several years, until his health failed him.  He remained a
faithful follower of Christ until death came.  He realized his time
was short and sought the consolation of his faith.  He had chosen
his favorite passage of Scriptures from which Rev. O. Reger
preached the funeral sermon, which was from John 3:6-16.

Mr. Richardson had been a sufferer for several years, his illness
being superinduced by partial paralysis.  Death came peacefully and
he was soon in that Great Beyond where there shall be no more
sorrow, nor suffering.  He had been a good neighbor, and indulgent
husband and father.

He leaves to mourn his loss his wife and five children, Mrs. Albert
Wagner of Hooper, Nebr., Mrs. Chas. Davidson, Omaha, Nebr., Mrs.
Geo. Wagner, Craig, Nebr., and Miss Della Richardson at home; and
one sister, Mrs. E. R. Phelps, of Defiance, Ohio.  Also eight
grandchildren.

Funeral services were held at the home and the Argo church last
Monday, by Rev. O. Reger of Uehling.  Pallbearers were P. N.
Soderling, E. Brokaw, J. G. Meyer, Henry Uehling, Henry Egbers and
Nels Martenson.  

The remains were followed by a large cortege of sorrowing
relatives.hhw

georgerichardson2

RICHARDSON, GEORGE W.    3683 
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Name =  Anna Margaret Richardson

Dates on Tombstone = 7-12-1852  -  9-27-1929

Spouse = George W. Richardson (1875)

Maiden Name = Anna Margaret Daubert

Parents = John & Eva Elizabeth (Uehling) Daubert

Obituary

The Hooper Sentinel 
November 3, 1929

Funeral of Pioneer Held at Argo Monday

Mrs. Anna Margaret Richardson, nee Daubert, was born July 12, 1852,
in Gumpelstadt, Duchy of Saxe, Meiningen, Germany.  She died in her
home at Argo, Dodge county, September 27, 1929, at the age of 77
years, 2 months and 15 days, after an illness of more than a year's
duration.  

In the year 1864 she came to America with her parents and two
brothers, Fred and Henry, Fred preceded her in death in 1908.  The
family settled for a short time in Dodge county, Wisc. In the year
1873 they set out in a covered wagon for Nebraska, settling in
Logan township, Dodge county. She was baptized and confirmed in the
Lutheran church, later uniting with the congregational church at
Argo, being a deaconess of that fellowship at the time of her
death.

On December 2, 1875, she was united in marriage to Gorge W.
Richardson at Tekamah, Nebr.  After residing in Omaha for five
years, they with their two eldest children, located near Argo,
which has been her home since.  To those who knew her best she was
a devoted wife, a loving mother, a faithful friend and neighbor.
She was left in widowhood by the death of her husband in 1918.

She leaves to mourn her loss her 5 children, Mrs. Albert Wagner,
Hooper; Mrs. Charles Davidson, Omaha; Mrs. George Wagner, Craig;
Mrs. Edw. Phillippe, Hooper; and George E., living on the old home
place; one brother, Henry, of Omaha, and fourteen grandchildren and
two great grandchildren.

Services were held at the home on Monday, Sept. 30, at 1:15 and at
the church at 2, her pastor, Rev. C. L. Hammond of Uehling
officiating. Scriptural text chosen was one that had always been
very dear and comforting to her, John 14:1-2.  A quartet consisting
of Mildred Engdahl, Marian Anderson, Emil Christensen and Harry
Stromquist, with Mrs. R. Marek at the organ, sang very feelingly,
"The City Four-square," "Going Down the Valley" and "My Jesus, I
Love Thee."

A very great concourse of relatives friends and neighbors gathered
to honor the memory of this pioneer settler and beloved Christian
woman and stood about the graveside in the beautiful God's Acre at
Agro as the last tender words of hope and consolation were uttered.
Banks of beautiful flowers covered the casket and witnessed to the
assurance of the life unending beyond the grave. After the
benediction the quartet softly sang the great hymn of resigration,
"Nearer My God to Thee," as the mourners turned from the grave.hhw

annarichardson

RICHARDSON, ANNA M.    3684
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Name = Arvin W. Soderling

Dates on Tombstone =  1-20-1880  -  5-25-1958

Spouse = Anna Cornelia Engberg (1902)

Parents = Per N. & Ingar (Beck) Soderling 

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
May 29, 1958
Page 1

Arvin Wilhelm Soderling, 78, died on Sunday at Oakland Memorial
Hospital.  He was born on Jan. 20, 1880 in Dodge County.  He married
Anna Cornelia Engberg on Dec. 17, 1902.  He farmed for 40 years then
retired to Oakland.  He is survived by his wife, 4 sons; Howard,
Ross, Elmer and Harold, 1 sister, Mrs. Alice Costenson and a
brother, William.  He was buried at he Argo Cemetery.hhw

SODERLING, ARVIN W. 
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Name = Anna C. Soderling

Dates on Tombstone = 4-17-1882  -  3-20-1977

Spouse = Arvin W. Soderling (1902)

Maiden Name = Anna Cornelia Engberg

Parents = John B. & Anna (Lundeen) Engberg

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
March 24, 1977
Page 2

Anna C. Soderling, 94, died the preceding Sunday at the Oakland
Memorial Hospital.  She was born on April 17, 1882 at Hudson, WI to
John B. & Anna (Lundeen) Engberg.  She married Oryin Soderling on
Dec. 17, 1902 at Craig.  They retired in 1944 and moved to Oakland. 
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, son, Howard, 3
brothers and 2 sisters.  She was survived by 3 sons; Harold, Ross
and Elmer, 3 sisters; Esther (Mrs. Tom) Tracy, Emma (Mrs. Wm) Harmes
and Alma (Mrs. John) Wilber.  She was buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw

SODERLING, ANNA C.
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Name = Harry G. Soderling

Dates on Tombstone = 10-26-1881  -  1-16-1908

Parents = Per & Ingar (Beck) Soderling

Summary
The Oakland Independent
Jan. 24, 1908
Page 1

Harry Soderling died Thurs. of last week at Scranton, ND.  COD was
tuberculosis.  He was born in Logan Township of Dodge County on Oct.
26, 1881.  He is survived by his parents, 2 sisters and 4 brothers. 
He was buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw

SODERLING, HARRY G.
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Name = Harold R. Soderling

Dates on Tombstone = 10-24-1904  -  2-6-1987

Parents = Arvin & Anna (Engberg) Soderling

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
February 12, 1987
Page B8

Harold "Happy" Soderling died on Feb. 26, 1987 at Omaha.  He was
born on Oct. 12, 1904 in Burt County to Arvin & Ann Soderling.  He
was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Howard.  He was
not married.  He was survived by 2 brothers; Ross and Elmer.  He was
buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw 

SODERLING, HAROLD R.
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Name = Hilma Soderling 
wife of Eric Swanson

Dates on Tombstone = 4-14-1876  -  6-20-1906

Spouse = Eric Swanson

Maiden Name = Hilma Soderling 

Parents = Per N. & Ingar (Beck) Soderling

Summary

The Oakland Independent
June 29, 1906
Page 1

Mr. & Mrs. Soderling received the sad news from California of their
daughter's (Hilma) death.  The body was buried in the Argo graveyard
on Tuesday.hhw

SODERLING, HILMA
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Obituary = Nels Edward Soderling
I didn't find the tombstone.

Dates = 2-8-1870  -  7-18-1940

Parents = Per N. & Ingar (Beck) Soderling

Obituary

The Hooper Sentinel 
July 24, 1940

Nels Edward Soderling

Swaburg - With Wollmer & Warne of Hooper as directors of the
funeral of Nels Edward Soderling of Scranton, N. D., who passed
away Friday at the home of his brother, William Soderling, in the
Argo neighborhood, was held Monday afternoon in the Elim Lutheran
church at Swaburg.  Student pastor Donald Leaf officiated at the
services, Mrs. Martin Norberg presided at the organ and was
accompanist for a quartet composed of Mrs. Fred Nelson, Miss Luella
Sampson, Emil Christensen and Harry Anderson who sang "Abide with
Me", "Jesus, Lover of My Soul" and "In the Sweet By and By".  The
remains were taken to the Argo cemetery for interment in the family
lot there.  The pallbearers were Linde Nelson, Walfred Lindberg,
Arthur Olson, Alfred Feer, Karl Engdahl and George Richardson.

The deceased was born in Wennersborg, Sweden, on February 8, 1870,
and had attained the age of 70 years, 5 months and 17 days. With
his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Soderling, he came to the
United States in 1872, settling first at Moline, Ill., and later on
the farm in the Argo community where his brother, William, now
resides.  Since 1908 he had resided in North Dakota, living alone
on his homestead near Scranton.  He had been in failing health
during the past several years and desiring to spend his last days
in the home of his childhood had just come here to make his home
with his brother less than a week ago.

Besides the brother; William, he is survived by the brothers,
Arvin, of Oakland, and Albert, of Uehling, and the sisters, Mrs.
Edith Larson, Uehling, and Mrs. Fred Costerson of Kewanee, Ill.,
and by a number of nephews and nieces. Among relatives attending
the funeral from a distance were, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Mitchel (Irene
Larson) of Bethany, MO., Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kuhlman of Scribner,
Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Soderling and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Larson and son of Oakland, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Soderling of Tekamah,
and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Soderling and children of Hooper.hhw

SODERLING, NELS EDWARD  
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Name = Per N. Soderling

Dates on Tombstone = 1-11-1847  -  9-22-1921

Spouse = Ingar Beck (1869)

Parents = Nils & Elna Mattisdotter (Mattson) Soderling

Mini biography

Per Nilsson Soderling was born on 1-11-1847 at Vannebarge-Vinslov,
Sweden to Nils and Elna Mattisdotter Mattson Soderling.  Per married
Ingar Mansdotter Beck in Sweden on 12-31-1869.  Their first son,
Nils, was born on 2-2-1870 at Wennerborg, Sweden.  The family left
Sweden in  April of 1871 and arrived in Boston, MA in October of
1871.  At first they settled in Moline, IL near Per's sister,
Hannah, and her husband, Swan Granberg.  While residing Moline they
became the parents of Frans, Albert and Hilma, however Frans died as
an infant. The family moved to the Uehling, NE area in 1877, and in
1916 they retired and moved to Uehling, NE.  Per and Ingar had 11
children but only 7 survived to become adults: Nils, Albert, Hilma,
Edith, William, Arvin and Alice. The deceased children are; Frans,
Harry, Alma and Victor.  Per died at Uehling on September 22, 1921
and is buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw
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Obituary - Per N. Soderling

The Fremont Tribune 
Sept. 23, 1924 
Page 6

Aged Uehling Man Victim of Illness

Uehling, Neb. Sept. 22 - P. N. Soderling, aged nearly 75, prominent
and highly respected retired farmer of this vicinity, passed away at
his home here at 3:00 o'clock Thursday evening, folowing a brief
illmess.

The deceased was well-known throughout this vicinity and Argo, where
he has resided since 1877.  He held the love and respect of all who
knew him and the announcement of his death meets with much sorrow.

Mr. Soderling was born in Sweden on January 11, 1847 and spent his
youth in his native country, going through the schools at that
place.  At the age of 22, he married Miss Inga Beck and three years
later emigrated to America.  The Soderlings established their first
home in this countrly in Moline, Ill.  They remained there for five
years, when the husband moved his family to Nebraska, settling on a
farm near Argo.  He was successful in tilling the soil and reaping
the harvest, and in 1916 retired from active work.  The family then
moved its residence to Uehling.

Besides his wife, Mr. Soderling is survived by six children, all of
whom are living; four sons and two daughters.  All but one son were
at his beside when the end came.  He is also mourned by one brother
and one sister, and ten grandchildren.  At his death he was 74 years
8 months and 11 days old.  Funeral services will be held Monday,
with interment at Argo.hhw 

persoderling

SODERLING, PER N. 
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Name = Ingar, his wife

Dates on Tombstone = 10-3-1848  -  12-14-1921

Spouse = Per N. Soderling (1869)

Maiden Name = Ingar Beck

Parents = Mans Anderson & Karna (Svendotter) Beck

Mini biography

Ingar Mansdotter Beck was born on 10-3-1849 at Vanneberga, Sweden to
Mans Anderson & Karna Svendotter Beck.  She married Per Nilsson
Soderling on 12-31-1869 in Sweden.  Their first son, Nils, was born
on 2-2-1870 at Wennerborg, Sweden.  The family left Sweden in April
of 1871 and arrived in Boston, MA in October of 1871.  At first they
settled in Moline, IL near Per's sister, Hannah, and her husband,
Swan Granberg.  While residing Moline they became the parents of
Frans, Albert and Hilma, however Frans died as an infant. The family
moved to the Uehling, NE area in 1877, and in 1916 they retired and
moved to Uehling, NE.  Per and Ingar had 11 children but only 7
survived to become adults: Nils, Albert, Hilma, Edith, William,
Arvin and Alice. The deceased children are; Frans, Harry, Alma and
Victor.  Ingar died at Uehling on 12-14-1921, and is buried at the
Argo Cemetery.hhw

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SODERLING, INGAR 
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Name = Alma W. Soderling

Dates on Tombstone = 11-16-1885  -  3-16-1895

Parents = Per N. & Ingar (Beck) Soderling

SODERLING, ALMA W. 
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Name = Victor Soderling

Dates on Tombstone = 3-16-1888  -  2-14-1889

Parents = Per N. & Ingar (Beck) Soderling

SODERLING, VICTOR
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Name = William A. Soderling

Dates on Tombstone = 1883  -  1962

Spouse = Elsie R. Brandt (1916)

Parents = Per N. & Ingar (Beck) Soderling

1920 Nebraska, Dodge, Logan, 167B
Soderling, Wm A       Head R m w 36 M Nebraska Sweden Sweden Farmer
           Elsie      Wife   f w 29 M Nebraska Sweden Sweden
  

SODERLING, WILLIAM A. 
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Name = Elsie R. Soderling

Dates on Tombstone = 1890  -  1972

Actual Dates = 9-2-1890  -  10-05-1972

Spouse = William A. Soderling (1916)

Maiden Name = Elsie R. Brandt

Parents = Hans & Karin Brandt

Obituary - Summary

The Oakland Independent
October 12, 1972
Page 4A

Elsie Soderling, 82, died the preceding Thursday at Oakland Memorial
Hospital.  She was born on Sept. 2, 1890 at Lyons to Hans & Karin
Brandt.  She married William A. Soderling on Mar. 8, 1916.  They
lived east of Uehling until 1952 when they retired to Oakland.  She
was preceded in death by her husband, her parents, 2 brothers, 1
sister and 1 half sister.  She is survived by a sister-in-law, Mrs.
Anna Soderling.  She was buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw 

SODERLING, ELSIE R.
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Name = Emma Sharlotta Swan

Born in Sweden, Maiden name was Petterson

Dates on Tombstone = 7-9-1846  -  8-21-1887

Spouse = Mark Swan

Maiden Name = Emma Sharlotta Petterson

Parents =

Emma Sharlotta Petterson Swan was born in Sweden on July 9, 1856.
She married Mark Swan in Sweden and a daughter, Caroline, was born
at Blenkinge, Sweden on July 26, 1867.  The family emigrated to the
USA and settled in Moline, IL.  A daughter, Hannah Charlotta, was
born at Moline, IL on January 16, 1877. Later the family came to
Nebraska and located on a farm near Craig. NE.  Emma Sharlotta Swan
died on August 21, 1887, and is buried at the Argo Cemetery.
Caroline Swan married John Vedell on March 13, 1891.  Caroline and
John Vedell are both buried at the Argo Cemetery.  Hanna Charlotta
Swan married Olaf G. Monson on February 4, 1903.  Hannah died on
July 20, 1957.  Hannah and O. G. Monson are both buried at the
Swaburg Cemetery.hhw 

SWAN, EMMA SHARLOTTA
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Name = Mark Swan

Dates on Tombstone = 1839  -  1921

Spouse 1 = Emma Sharlotta Petterson
Spouse 2 = Clara Larson

Parents =

Mark Swan was born in Sweden in 1839.  He married Emma Sharlotta
Petterson there and they had a daughter, Caroline, born at Blenkinge,
Sweden on July 26, 1867. The family emigrated to the USA and settled
in Moline, IL.  A daughter, Hannah Charlotta, was born at Moline, IL
on January 16, 1877. Later the family came to Nebraska and located
on a farm near Craig. NE.  Emma Sharlotta Swan died on August 21,
1887, and is buried at the Argo Cemetery. Caroline Swan married John
Vedell on March 13, 1891.  Caroline and John Vedell are both buried
at the Argo Cemetery.  Hanna Charlotta Swan married Olaf G. Monson
on February 4, 1903.  Hannah died on July 20, 1957.  Hannah and O.
G. Monson are both buried at the Swaburg Cemetery. 

Mark Swan married Clara Larson (Burt County license) after the death
of his first wife, Emma Sharlotta.  Clara had a daughter, Clara V.,
from her first marriage.  Clara V. married Herbert Olson.  Clara
Olson died in Feb. 1960.  Clara and Mark Swan had a daughter, Anna
Sophia, born on December 17, 1891.  Anna Sophia married Arthur
Clausen.  Anna Sophia Clausen died im March, 1963.  Anna and Arthur
Clausen are both buried in California.  Clara Swan died in 1913 and
is buried at the Argo Cemetery.

Mark Swan died in 1921 and is buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw

SWAN, MARK
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Name = Clara, his wife

Dates on Tombstone = 1852  -  1913

Spouse = Mark Swan

Maiden Name = Clara Larson

Parents =

Clara was born in 1852 and married a man named Larson.  They had a
daughter, Clara V., born about 1889.  Clara V. married Herbert
Olson.  Later, Clara Larson married Mark Swan after the death of his
first wife, Emma Sharlotta.  Clara and Mark Swan had a daughter,
Anna Sophia, born on December 17, 1891.  Anna Sophia married Arthur
Clausen.  Anna Sophia Clausen died im March, 1963.  Anna and Arthur
Clausen are both buried in California.  Clara Swan died in 1913 and
is buried at the Argo Cemetery.hhw

SWAN, CLARA
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Name = John A. Vedell

Dates on Tombstone = 1861  -  1914

Actual Dates =   12-24-1861  -  06-13-1914  

Spouse = Caroline S. Swan (1891)

Parents =


The Oakland Independent
June 19, 1914
Page 1

Summary

J. A. Vedell died at his home last Saturday from cancer.  He came
from Iowa to Nebraska a few years ago and purchased the Henry
Daubert farm for $90 an acre.  He sold this farm a year ago for $150
an acre.  He was born on Dec. 22, 1861 at Westergotland, Sweden and
emigrated at the age of 22 to Essex, Iowa.  About 8 years ago he
came to Dodge County, Nebraska.  He is suvived by his wife, 2
daughters, his mother, 2 brothers and a sister.  He was buried at
the Argo Cemetery.hhw

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

The Oakland Independent
6-19-1914
Page 1

Obituary 

Victim of Cancer

J. A. Vedell died at his home in this city last Saturday, following
a chronic trouble with which he had been afflicted for a year or so
past, an incurable cancer.  In his last days he suffered terrible
pain but he bore his affliction with great foritude, resigned to the
will of his Creator.

Mr. Vedell came to Nebraska from Iowa several years ago and
purchased the Henry Daubert farm, just over the county line in Dodge
County, paying what was then the record price, $90 an acre.  He held
it until about a year ago, when he disposed of it at $150 an acre,
came to Oakland and bot a residence property here with the intention
of making this city his home. Mr. and Mrs. Vedell moved into their
property this spring.

Funeral services were held last Wednesday at the late home, Rev.
Wallis, of the Methodist Church preaching a sermon from 11, Cor.
5:1, "For we know that if the earthly house of our tabernacile be
dissolved, we have a building from God, a house not made with hands,
eternal in the heavens."  The funeral cortege then moved on to Argo,
where the mortal remains were laid to rest in the cemtery.

Mr. Vedell was born in Westergötland, Sweden, December 22, 1861;
came to America and arrived at Exxex, Iowa, at the age of twenty two
years, and eight years ago to Dodge County, Nebraska.  He leaves to
mourn his passing a wife and two daughters, an aged mother, a
brother and sister in Sweden, and a brother in Belvidere, Ill.hhw

VEDELL, JOHN A.
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Name = Caroline S. Vedell

Dates on Tombstone = 1867  -  1932

Actual Dates = 7-28-1867  -  1-30-1932

Spouse = John A. Vedell (1891)

Maiden Name = Caroline Swan

Parents = Mark & Emma Sharlotta (Petterson) Swan

The Oakland Independent

65 - Year old Woman dies

Resident here 18 years

Mrs. Vedell in Poor Health Since August

Mrs. Carolina Vedell a resident of Oakland for eighteen years,
died Monday morning at her home on south Thomas Avenue following a
stroke of paralysis.  She had been failing in health since last
August and since that time required almost constant care.  She was
sixty-five years, 6 months and 2 days old.

Born in Blenkinge, Sweden, July 28, 1867, Mrs. Vedell crossed the
seas to this country as a young child with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Swan.  The family settled at Moline Ill., living there
for a number of years before moving to Nebraska.

While living in Omaha she met John A. Vedell and they were married
there on March 13, 1891.  The young couple then farmed for
fourteen years at Essex, Iowa and moved to Nebraska once more to
farm in the Argo neighborhood, East of Uehling.  There they made
their home for eight years.  In 1914 the Vedells retired to their
home in Oakland, where Mr. Vedell died June 13, 1914.

Mrs. Vedell always gave first thought to her home and was a good
mother and neighbor.  She had a wide circle of friends in this
community and the Argo neighborhood.

Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Walter Backus, and Mae of
Oakland; a sister Mrs. O. G. Monson of Craig, and two half
sisters, Mrs. Arthur Clausen of Oakland, and Mrs. Herbert Olson of
Omaha. There is also one granddaughter, Evelyn Backus.

Funeral services were held at the home Thursday afternoon with
Rev. L. R. McGaughey in charge.  Interment was made at the Argo
cemetery where Mr. Vedell is buried.

Note - LeRoy Monson sent this obituary to me on Nov. 29, 2002.

VEDELL, CAROLINE S.
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Name = Mathilda Weickgenant

Dates on Tombstone = 1870  -  1956

Parents = John & Anna Ebberson

Born in Nebraska.

WEICKGENANT, MATHILDA
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Name = Charlotte Whittlesey
wife of Newton Mettler

Dates on Tombstone = 4-9-1867  -  11-9-1917

Spouse = Newton Mettler

Maiden Name = Charlotte Whittlesey

1910 Nebraska, Pierce, Willow Creek
Mettler, Newton Boarder m w 42 m 17 Illinois Penn Ohio Presbitarian w

Parents =

WHITTLESEY, CHARLOTTE
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Sources: 
 1. Dodge county marriage licenses, Book B, by Clarabelle Mares; 
 2. 1870 US Census for Dodge County, Nebraska CD M593\828\335A; 
 3. 1880 US Census for Dodge County, Nebraska T9-746;
 4. 1885 Nebraska state census for Dodge county, M352-14; 
 5. 1900 US Census for Dodge County, Nebraska, CD T623; 
 6. 1910 US Census for Dodge County, Nebraska, T624-842; 
 7. 1920 US Census for Dodge County, Nebraska, T625-986; 
 8. Hooper Sentinel Newspapers;
 9. Oakland Independent Newspapers; 
10. FTM Family Archives CD#355 Germans to America 1850-1874;

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