NELSON, ALICE MRS. (DEEPHOUSE)
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 12 April 1991, Page 6C
NELSON, MRS. ALICE, Montague. Mrs. Alice Nelson, age 84, died Thurs., April 11, 1991. She was born Aug. 1, 1906 in Muskegon & had been a life resident. She was a member of White Lake Baptist Church. The former Alice Deephouse, she was married to Edwin R. Nelson for 49 years, & he preceded her in death in June of 1979. Survivors include 4 children, Mrs. Ramon (Alice) Williams of Scottville, Mrs. Harold (Harriette) Kassner of Montague, Mrs. Carolyn Dubois of Whitehall, Ray (Marva) Nelson of E. Muskegon; 20 grandchildren & 37 great grandchildren; 1 brother, John (Nina) Deephouse of Fremont; 2 sisters, Mrs. Hattie Brogren, & Mrs. Jennie DeWitt, both of Spring Lake. Services will be 1 P.M. Mon. from the Sytsema Chapel, with Pastor Mark Tromp officiating. Burial will be in Restlawn Cemetery. Visitation: 2-5:30 P.M. on Sunday. Suggested Memorial: White Lake Baptist Church. Memorial envelopes are available at the Funeral Home. —Sytsema, 737 Apple Ave.
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NELSON, Anna Marie
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon Michigan
Anna Marie Nelson was born at Dodgeville, Wis., August 1, 1867, where she lived until she was three years old. Her father a Civil War veteran, filed on a homestead in Ransom township, Nobles County, Minnesota. Here with six sisters she grew to womanhood, attending rural school and Worthington high school. She was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran church, coming to a living knowledge of Christ as her savior in her youth, she remained faithful until the end. Leaving the farm they moved to Lake Mills, Iowa, living there for four years, then moved to Windom, Minn., where she resided until she went to live with a niece, Mrs. F. Erickson, Muskegon, Mich., May 1, 1952. She leaves to mourn her passing, four nieces and one nephew, namely Mrs. F. Erickson, Mrs. Margie DeYoung, Mrs. David Livingston all of Muskegon, Mich., Mrs. Jens Uleberg, Madelia, Minn., and Mr. C.C. Langseth of Worthington, Minn., and a large circle of friends. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. J. Howell from the Lee Chapel at Muskegon. Two of her favorite hymns were beautifully rendered by Linda Mason and Iris VanWyck. She was laid to rest in Lakeside Cemetery, beside that of her sister and a nephew.
NELSON, ANTONE MR.
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 18 September 1939, Page 9
Nelson Services Held At Holton Township Resident for 25 Years Dies Saturday. Holton, Sept. 18.—(Special)—Services for Antone Nelson, 74 years old, resident of Holton township west of Fremont, were held this afternoon from the Holton Methodist church with Rev. William Beckett of Fremont in charge. Burial was in Holton. Mr. Nelson died Saturday at Hackley hospital, Muskegon. Mr. Nelson was born Jan. 6, 1865 in Waterbery, Sweden. He came to Chicago 40 years ago where he was married. For the past 25 years he had resided on his farm in Holton township. Surviving are the widow, Carrie; two daughters, Mrs. Alice Raymond and Mrs. Lillian Gosh of Muskegon; and a son Edwin of Montague. Also surviving are a brother Charles of Indiana and 10 grandchildren.
NELSON, ARTHUR G. MR.
Whitehall Forum, Whitehall, Michigan, 26 December 1957, Page 5
A. G. NELSON. Funeral services were held on Tuesday afternoon for Arthur G. Nelson, lifelong resident of Fruitland Township, who died Sunday in his home on Lorenson Rd., following a heart attack. Funeral services were held at the Fruitland Mission Covenant Church with Rev. Kenneth A. Berlin in charge. Burial was in Speed Cemetery. Mr. Nelson was born in North Muskegon Sept. 19, 1888, but he came to Fruitland Township with his family when he was a baby. He had lived in the township since. He was a member of the Mission Covenant Church Sunday School. Mr. Nelson was married to Ida Reside Sept. 14, 1926. He had been employed at Brunswick-Balke for 20 years, retiring last March. Surviving are his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Thomas Schofield and Mrs. Richard Gramza of Dalton; three sisters, Mrs. Charles Christofferson of Culver City, Cal., and Mrs. Fred Bloom and Mrs. Edward Enewald of Muskegon County; and four grandchildren.
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 23 December 1957, Page 20
A. G. Nelson, Lifelong in Fruitland, Dies. Whitehall, Dec. 23 – Arthur G. Nelson, 63, lifelong area resident, died Sunday at his home in Fruitland Township following a heart attack. He was born in North Muskegon Sept. 19, 1888, moving to Fruitland as an infant. He had been employed at Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co. for 20 years as a storekeeper, retiring last March. He married Ida Reside Sept. 14, 1926, at Fruitland. Mr. Nelson was a member of the Mission Covenant Sunday school. He leaves his wife, two daughters, Mrs. Thomas Schofield and Mrs. Richard Gramza of Dalton; three sisters, Mrs. Charles Christofferson of Culver City, Calif., Mrs. Fred Bloom of Giles road, and Mrs. Edward Enewald of N. Bliss road, and four grandchildren. Funeral services will take place at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Mission Covenant Church with Rev. Kenneth Berlin officiating. Burial will be in Speed Cemetery in Fruitland. Friends may call at the Gee Chapel tonight and at the church after 10:30 a.m. Tuesday.
NELSON, MR. ARTHUR G., 3255 Lorenson Rd., Fruitland Twp. Mr. Arthur G. Nelson died December 22 at his home. Service Tuesday at 2:00 P.M., Mission Covenant Church, Rev. Kenneth Berlin officiating. Interment Speed Cemetery. —Gee.
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NELSON, Bernard Carl
NELSON, CARRIE MRS. (LARSON)
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 11 November 1952, Page 2
Mrs. Nelson Dies Here at 81. Mrs. Carrie Nelson, 81 years old, 1890 Apple avenue, resident of Muskegon for 10 years and before that a resident in Holton and Montague, died yesterday at her home after an illness of one and a half years. She was born in Sweden, March 13, 1871, coming to Chicago from that country in 1890. At Chicago in 1895, the former Miss Carrie Larson was married to Anton Nelson. They moved to Wisconsin a year later. From 1915 to 1939 Mrs. Nelson was a resident of Holton. She lived in Montague from 1939 until 1942, when she came to Muskegon. Mr. Nelson died in September, 1939. Surviving are a son, Edwin Nelson, Montague; two daughters, Mrs. Ellis J. Raymond and Mrs. Leslie C. West, Muskegon; a sister, Mrs. Herman Stahl, Chicago, 10 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.
NELSON, MRS. CARRIE, 1890 Apple Avenue.
Services for Mrs. Carrie Nelson will be held Thursday at 1:00 o’clock from the Lee Funeral Home, the Rev. Herbert Swanson officiating. She will be laid to rest in Oakwood Cemetery, Holton. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home.
NELSON, CHARLES A. MR.
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 12 January 1944, Page 2
CHARLES A. NELSON. Charles August Nelson, 82 years old, 2128 Miner avenue, resident of Greater Muskegon for the past 62 years, died Tuesday night at Muskegon Convalescent home, following an illness of three weeks. Born in Sweden on Dec. 5, 1861, he came to United States 62 years ago and settled in North Muskegon. He retired 20 years ago at Brunswick-Balke-Collender company. He was a member of Lakeside Baptist church. Mrs. Nelson died in 1928. Surviving are one son, Abel G., of Muskegon; one daughter, Miss Elinor Nelson, at home; one sister, Miss Hilma Nelson, Chicago; 12 grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
NELSON—Mr. Chas. August Nelson, 82 years old, 2128 Miner Ave., passed away Tuesday evening at the Muskegon Conv. Home. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p. m. Friday at the Clock Chapel, Rev. Victor Larson officiating. Interment in Lakeside cemetery. Friends may call at the Clock Funeral Home.
NELSON, CHARLES J. MR.
Obituary and Article
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 19 August 1915, Page
FOUND HANGING IN WOODSHED; SUICIDE FAILS. Charles J. Nelson, Heights
Young Man, Unsuccessful in Attempt to End Life. DISCOVERED BY MOTHER. Screams Bring Neighbors, Who Come to Assistance; Probably Will Recover. Charles J. Nelson, Maffett street, Muskegon Heights, aged 30 years, is in a critical condition at the Hackley hospital, following an attempt to commit suicide shortly after 1 o’clock this morning by hanging himself in the wood shed in the rear of his home. Cut Down After Five Minutes. Nelson was cut down, after he had hung for about five minutes by neighbors, attracted to the scene by the screams of his mother, Mrs. Peter Nelson, who happened to find him hanging to the beams of the shed. When she first saw his body dangling from the rope’s end, she became frantic and screamed. Neighbors rushed to the assistance of her son. Been Despondent Over Poor Health. Nelson had been very despondent for some time, following a nervous breakdown. Months of treatment had failed to improve his health and recently he became very morose. Dr. R. G. Olson was summoned immediately after Nelson had been cut down. Nelson was bleeding profusely from the lacerations in the neck caused by the rope. Dr. Olson thought it best to remove the man to the hospital for fear of further attempts to take his own life. Dr. Olson stated that Nelson stood a good chance to recover although it was extremely probable that hemorrages would follow.
20 August 1915, Page 1
SUICIDE DIES AT HACKLEY HOSPITAL. Nelson Succumbs Today Result of Hanging; Was Depondent Over Health. Charles J. Nelson, who yesterday hung himself in a shed in the rear of his home, Maffett street, Muskegon Heights, died at 12:10 o’clock this afternoon at Hackley hospital from injuries received. Nelson, stated Dr. R. G. Olson, who was in charge of the case, being called immediately after he was found by his mother, died from hemorrhages into the meningeal coverings of the spinal cords. Nelson, suffering from a nervous break down and being unable to improve, despite medical treatment, recently became despondent. He brooded over his troubles, it is said, and yesterday morning, went into the shed and tying a rope around his neck, jumped from a small box. He had hung there a short time when his mother found him. Neighbors were called in and the body cut down. After treating him, Dr. Olson ordered Nelson sent to the hospital. Nelson did not recover appreciably and this morning gradually grew worse until death occurred. He was born in North Muskegon and attended the public schools in Fruitland township. Besides his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nelson, Muskegon Heights, he leaves three brothers, Arthur and Fred at home, and Herman in Chicago, and three sisters, Anna, Ellen and Emma, all at home.
21 August 1915, Page 11
The funeral of Charles J. Nelson will be held Monday morning at 10:30 o’clock at the Balbirnie chapel and at 2 o’clock at the No. 2 school house in Fruitland township. Rev. Nels New Albany lodges of Odd Fellows Nordberg pastor of the Swedish Mission church will officiate. Burial will take place in Fruitland township cemetery.
NELSON, Doris M. (Mrs) Wainwright
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 15 April 1977, Page 22
NELSON, MRS. DORIS M. (Widow of Alexander) 1077 Jefferson St.. Mrs. Nelson was born in Terre Haute, Ind. and had lived in Muskegon since 1918. The former Doris Wainwright married Alexander F. Nelson on Sept. 18, 1923 and he preceded her in death in Feb. 1961. She was a member of McGraft Memorial Congregational Church and the Electa Guild of the church. For 13 years she was a Red Cross Canteen Worker. She was also membership chairwoman of A.A.R.P.. SURVIVORS 2 daughters, Mrs. Paul (Gladys) Danielson of Norton Shores and Mrs. Elmer (Maxine) Lindback of Muskegon, 3 sons, Charles A. of Muskegon, William R. of Norton Shores and Albert W. of Greenville, Ohio, 14 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren, 4 brothers, Charles, Albert, Frank and Harvey Wainwright all of Muskegon, 3 sisters, Mrs. Donald (Marguerite) Bowersock of Columbus Grove, Ohio, Mrs. Lyle (Julia) Moran of North Muskegon and Mrs. Vernon (Thelma) Wood of Muskegon Heights and a half-sister, Mrs. Ann Powell of Ft. Meyers, Fla. SERVICE Saturday afternoon at 1:00 o’clock from the Clock Chapel with the Rev. David Cutting officiating. Interment will be in Oakwood Cemetery. VISITATION Friends may call at the funeral home where they may meet the family today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 o’clock. Those planning an expression of sympathy are asked to consider the Jefferson Towers Recreation Fund. --Clock
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NELSON, EDWIN R. MR.
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 27 June 1979, Page 44
NELSON, MR. EDWIN R., 5060 Hancock, Montague, Mich. Mr. Nelson, age 76, died at his home Tuesday morning. Born Racine, Wis. He has been in the White Lake area the last 47 years. He was employed with the Muskegon County Road Commission for 45 years retiring in 1968. He was married to the former Alice Deephouse and they celebrated their 49 Anniversary June 14. He attended White Lake Baptist Church. SURVIVORS: Wife Alice, one son; Raymond J. of Muskegon, 3 daughters; Mrs. Ramon (Alice) Williams of Scottville, Mrs. Harold (Harriette) Kassner of Montague, Mrs. Carolyn Dubois of Whitehall, 20 grandchildren, 7 great-grandchildren, 2 sisters; Anna Raymond and Lillian West, both of Muskegon. SERVICE: Thursday morning at 10:30 from the Clock Chapel Whitehall with Rev. Jim Houseman officiating. Interment in Restlawn Cemetery. VISITATION: Friends may call at the funeral home in Whitehall. —Clock White Lake
NELSON, ELIZABETH MRS.
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 26 March 1894, Page 7
Died. NELSON—Sunday afternoon at her home, 294 Webster avenue, Mrs. Nels Nelson, aged 31 years. She leaves a husband and four children, the oldest six years of age, to mourn their loss. The funeral will take place Wednesday afternoon going from the house at 1:30 to the Swedish church at the corner of Houston avenue and Eighth street.
The Morning News, Muskegon, Michigan, 27 March 1894, Page 5
Elizabeth, wife of Nels Nelson, died yesterday morning. She leaves a husband and four children. The funeral will be held tomorrow at 2 o’clock from the Swedish church, corner of Houston avenue and Eighth street.
NELSON, ELLEN T. MRS.
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 18 June 1985, Page 5C
NELSON, MRS. ELLEN T., Muskegon. Mrs. Ellen T. Nelson, age 97, of Muskegon, died Monday morning at a nursing home in Whitehall. The former Ellen T. Nelson was born Jan. 2, 1888 in Muskegon and lived here all of her life. She married Enoch Nelson in Muskegon in September, 1913. He preceded her in death in 1932. Mrs. Nelson was an active member of the Forest Park Covenant Church and was employed by the Occidental Hotel for fifteen years, retiring in 1963. She is survived by 2 sons, Enoch Nelson of Grand Haven and Melvin Nelson of Apopka, FLA.; 2 daughters, Mrs. Margaret Johnson of Muskegon Hts. and Mrs. Marcella Speed of Long Island, N.Y.; 1 brother, Paul Nelson of Muskegon; 3 sisters, Esther Olson, Florence Nelson and Helen Nelson, all of Muskegon; 11 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Ellen Marie Nelson in 1956. The FUNERAL SERVICE will be held Wednesday, 1:00 P.M. at the Lee Funeral Home, Rev. Gary Spykerman officiating. She will be laid to rest in Lakeside Cemetery. The VISITATION will be held 7-9 P.M. this evening. Those desiring an expression of sympathy are asked to consider the Forest Park Covenant Church Fund. —Lee
NELSON, EMIL MR.
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 1 July 1919, Page 14
Emil Nelson. Emil Nelson died Sunday at his home in Muskegon township, after a lingering illness, aged 70 years. Mr. Nelson was born in Sweden, coming to the United States about 35 years ago and settling in Muskegon, where he has since made his home. He leaves one brother, Peter Nelson, of Fruitland township, and one sister, Mrs. Freedolph Nelson of Milwaukee. Mr. Nelson was a member of the Norden Brothers Sick Benefit society.
2 July 1919, Page 9
The funeral service of Emil Nelson will be held at two o’clock tomorrow afternoon from the Balbirnie chapel, Rev. Nels Nordberg, pastor of the Swedish Mission church, officiating. Burial will be in Fruitland Township.
NELSON, ENOCH HAROLD MR.
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 8 August 1932, Page 2
E. H. NELSON DIES AT AGE OF 44 YEARS. Enoch Harold Nelson, 141 Houston avenue, died Sunday at Hackley hospital age 44 years. He was born Aug. 26, 1887 at Muskegon, where he spent his lifetime. He was united in marriage to Miss Ellen Theresa Nelson at Muskegon in 1913. He leaves his widow; three daughter the Misses Margaret, Marcella and Ellen Marie; two sons, Enoch Jr. and Melvin all at home; one sister Miss Eleanor Nelson; one brother Abel G. Nelson and his father Charles M. Nelson, all of Muskegon.
NELSON—The memorial service for Enoch H. Nelson, 141 Houston Ave., will begin at 2:00 Wednesday afternoon at the Balbirnie Mansion, the Rev. A. J. Ostling officiating and the interment will be in Lakeside Cemetery.
NELSON, FRITZ T. MR.
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 19 January 1957, Page 3
Fritz T. Nelson, House Builder, Dies at Age 63. Fritz T. Nelson, 63 years old, 1613 Buys road, Laketon Township, a life resident of Muskegon County and a building contractor, died unexpectedly at his home early today. He was born in Fruitland Township March 28, 1893, and was educated in Muskegon County schools. Aug. 16, 1916, he married Florence Storr in Muskegon. Mr. Nelson had built many homes in this area. He attended Church of Jesus Christ, Latter Day Saints. He leaves his wife, one son, C. David Nelson of Muskegon; two daughters, Mrs. Charles Bellanger and Mrs. Stephen Bellanger, both of Muskegon; one brother, Arthur G. Nelson of Fruitland Township; three sisters, Mrs. Charles Christopherson of Culver City, Calif., Mrs. Fred G. Bloom of Muskegon, and Mrs. Edward Enewald of Los Angeles, Calif., and seven grandchildren.
21 January 1957, Page 22
NELSON, MR. FRITZ T., 1613 Buys Rd., Laketon Twp. Services for Mr. Fritz T. Nelson will be held at 1:30 P. M. Tuesday at the Sytsema Chapel, Elder Harry J. Nash officiating, and the interment will be in the Fruitland Twp. Cemetery. Friends may call at the Funeral Home. —Sytsema.
NELSON, Harry S.
NELSON, L. IRENE MRS.
White Lake Beacon, Whitehall, Michigan, 10 October 2004, Page 8-A
Mrs. L. Irene Nelson, Widow of Claire W. Nelson, Montague. Mrs. L. Irene Nelson, age 92, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on October 6, 2004, in Montague. Irene was born in Okemos, MI in 1912 and she married Claire Whitbeck Nelson in 1932. She was a very loving and devoted wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Upon moving to the White Lake Area they owned and operated a dairy farm. “The Elms” on Whitbeck Road, for 40 years. After retiring from the farm, she became co-owner of Montague Disposal and Recycling for 28 years; she retired again at the grand young age of 87. Mrs. Nelson was a member of the Montague United Methodist Church where she was an active member for many years. She also belonged to the White Lake Woman’s Club, White Lake O.E.S. #201, and Whitehall Chapter EL, PEO Sisterhood. Irene was preceded in death by her husband, Claire, in 1993 and by her brother, Arnold Johnson. FAMILY: She is survived by one daughter, Martha (Jim) Tanis, two sons, David (Jan) and Lynn (Ida), all of Montague; 15 grandchildren: Terry, Richard (Shelly) David, Derrick, Kristi, Sean and Troy Nelson; James (Kim) Tanis, Heidi (Wayne) Mueller; Craig (Carmen) Slachter; Dawn (Scott) Busch; Nancy Benson, Larry Raby, Martin (Missy) Raby, Kent (Carrie) Raby; eight great-grandchildren and special nieces and nephews. MEMORIAL SERVICE: Was held Saturday, October 9, 2004 at 11 AM at the Montague United Methodist Church with the Rev. Anita Hahn officiating. MEMORIALS: Memorial Fund of Montague United Methodist Church, 8555 Cook St., Montague, 49437 or Hospice of Muskegon/Oceana, 1050 W. Western Ave., Suite 400, Muskegon 49441. CLOCK - White Lake
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, MI July 26, 1952, page 2
Patient Moved to City Hospital Letha Nelson, 17 years old, 1106 E. Laketon avenue, injured in an auto accident near Rothbury, early yesterday, was transferred from Shelby Community Hospital to Hackley Hospital yesterday afternoon. She suffered a fracture of the jaw, injuries of the back and leg. Her condition is reported today as fair. Miss Nelson was one of a party of four injured when their car overturned after they attended a wedding at New Era.
NELSON, Maria (Mrs)
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 18 January 1907, Page 1
MRS. MARIA NELSON DIES AT FRUITLAND; WAS 90 YEARS OLD. The death of Mrs. Maria Nelson at the age of 90 years occurred at 7 o'clock this morning at the home of her son, Peter Nelson, in Fruitland township. Her death was due to extreme age. Mrs. Nelson had been a resident of Fruitland township for the last six or seven years and had made her home with her son, Peter Nelson. Previous to that time she had lived with a daughter, Emma Nelson, in Milwaukee, for about ten years since her coming to America, upon the death of her husband in Warmland, Sweden, where she was born and lived all of her life previously. Besides her son, Peter Nelson, she leaves a son, Emil Nelson, of Muskegon; a daughter, Mrs. Emma Nelson, of Milwaukee, and two sons, Nels and Gustav Nelson, who live in the family home in Warmland, Sweden.
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NELSON, MARGARET MRS. (HAGSTROM)
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 31 December 1928, Page 9
MRS. CHARLES NELSON, 69, DIES AT HOSPITAL. Mrs. Charles Nelson, 2128 Miner street, died last evening at Hackley hospital, after a short illness, aged 69 years. She was born in Sweden, September 28, 1859, and came to this country about forty-four years ago, since making her home in Muskegon. Her maiden name was Margaret Hagstrom, and her marriage to Mr. Nelson took place forty-three years ago. Mrs. Nelson was a member of the Lakeside Baptist church. She is survived by her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Adolph Oslund, of Muskegon and Miss Eleanor Nelson, at home; two sons, Enoch Nelson, of Chicago and Abel Nelson, of this city, three sisters in Sweden and eleven grandchildren.
1 January 1929, Page 13
NELSON—The funeral of Mrs. Charles Nelson, 2128 Miner street will be held at one o’clock Wednesday afternoon at the Lakeside Baptist Church, Rev. E. Hamlin officiating. Interment will be made in Lakeside Cemetery. For information call Clock—23-721.
NELSON, Mary (Mrs)
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 28 June 1946, Page 2
Mary Nelson, 85, Fruitland, Dies. Mrs. Mary Nelson, a native of Sweden who spent most of her life in Fruitland township, died Thursday at Berwyn hospital, Berwyn, Ill., at the age of 85, following a hip fracture June 16 and several years of ill health. Mrs. Nelson came to the United States in October, 1883, from Varmland, Sweden, where she was born June 3, 1861. On Dec. 31, 1884 she married Peter Nelson in Muskegon, and lived at her home in Fruitland township until seven months ago, when she moved to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles L. Christofferson, in Chicago. On June 16 she fell and fractured her hip. Mr. Nelson died Sept. 2, 1924. She leaves two sons, Arthur G., of Fruitland, and Fritz, of Laketon; three daughters, Mrs. Christofferson, Mrs. Fred G. Bloom and Mrs. Edward A. Enewald, both of Laketon; 51 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. One brother in Sweden, Nels Peterson, is living. Funeral services will be in Chicago Saturday afternoon, and in Muskegon, Monday. Burial will be in Fruitland.
29 June 1946, Page 14
NELSON—The memorial service for Mrs. Mary Nelson, of Chicago, formerly of Fruitland township, will begin at two o’clock Monday afternoon at Balbirnie’s, and the interment will be in Fruitland cemetery. The remains will lie in state at the mortuary beginning Sunday afternoon.
NELSON, NELS MR.
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 5 May 1939, Page 25
Out for Walk, He Is Stricken, Dies. Nels Nelson Was Towner Hardware Employe for 28 Years. Nels Nelson, 79 years old, 578 W. Webster avenue, a resident of Muskegon for 58 years, and widely known as a clerk at the Towner Hardware company for 28 years, died unexpectedly at his home late yesterday. While death was due to a heart attack, he had been in poor health for the last few years. Mr. Nelson was out for a walk shortly before 6 p. m. when he was stricken and died soon after being removed to his home. Born in Varmland, Sweden, July 10, 1859, he came to Muskegon in 1881. He had lived here since. He worked for several years in the lumber mills and later was employed by the Towner company until December 1936 when he retired due to ill health. Mr. Nelson for many years was an active member of the Samuel Lutheran church, which he served as deacon for 35 years. Besides his widow, the former Sophie Erickson, whom he married Jan. 22, 1895, he leaves three sons, Eugene Nelson, of Muskegon, Austin F. Nelson and Paul Nelson, of Chicago; six daughters, Mrs. E. W. Larson, of Chicago; Mrs. Ellen Nelson, Mrs. Ed Olson and Mrs. James B. Belgrave, all of Muskegon, and the Misses Florence and Helen Nelson, at home; one sister, Mrs. Christine Peterson, of Chicago; and 15 grandchildren.
NELSON—Nels Nelson, age 79, passed away Thursday at his home, 578 W. Webster Ave. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p. m. Monday at the Samuel Lutheran church, Rev. Herbert Swanson officiating. Interment in Oakwood. The remains will be at the Clock Funeral Home until 11:30 a. m. Sunday and after that at the residence.
NELSON, P. Fred
NELSON, Pamela Ann
NELSON, Pamela Ann , 1585 Montague Ave and Stanley Raymond Tice, 2352 Greenwood Muskegon Chronicle, 9 July 1963, page 11
NELSON, Peter (Mr)
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 2 September 1924, Page 2
Peter Nelson of Fruitland, died at his home Tuesday morning, aged 78 years. Mr. Nelson was born in Sweden. He came to the United States in 1881, settling in North Muskegon, where he lived for a number of years, moving then to Fruitland where he since made his home. He leaves besides his widow, six children, Mrs. C. L. Christopherson of Waukegon, Wis., Mrs. Fred G. Bloom of Chicago, Miss Emma Nelson of Fruitland, Arthur Nelson of Fruitland, Fritz Nelson of Muskegon Heights, and Herman Nelson of Buffalo, New York; seven grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Freda Nelson, of Milwaukee,
and a brother in Sweden. Funeral announcement will be given later.
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Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 2 September 1924, Page 6
Peter Nelson. Peter Nelson of Fruitland, died at his home Tuesday morning, aged 78 years. Mr. Nelson was born in Sweden. He came to the United States in 1881, settling in North Muskegon, where he lived for a number of years, moving then to Fruitland where he since made his home. He leaves besides his widow, six children, Mrs. C. L. Christopherson of Waukegon, Wis., Mrs. Fred G. Bloom of Chicago, Miss Emma Nelson of Fruitland, Arthur Nelson of Fruitland, Fritz Nelson of Muskegon Heights, and Herman Nelson of Buffalo, New York; seven grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Freda Nelson, of Milwaukee, and a brother in Sweden. Funeral announcement will be given later.
3 September 1924, Page 12
The funeral service of Peter Nelson, of Fruitland, will be held at 3:00 o’clock Friday afternoon at the residence. Burial will be in Fruitland cemetery.
4 September 1924, Page 2
The funeral service of Peter Nelson will be held at 3:00 o’clock Friday afternoon at the residence in Fruitland, Elder Wigand, pastor of the church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints, officiating. Burial will be in Fruitland cemetery.
NELSON, RAYMOND E. MR.
White Lake Beacon, Whitehall, Michigan, 28 August 2005, Page 7-A
Mr. Raymond E. Nelson, Hesperia. Mr. Raymond E. Nelson, age 81, passed away Tuesday morning, August 23, 2005. He was born August 31, 1923 in Holton to Hans and Lena (Bucher) Nelson and married Eileen J. Clark on September 21, 1946. He was a graduate of Hastings High School and proudly served under General Patton’s 3rd Army, 43rd Calvary Mechanized in WW II as a Sergeant. He attended the Hesperia United Methodist Church and worked at the Lakey Foundry and later retired as a rural mail carrier from the Hesperia Post Office. He is survived by his wife, Eileen; 5 daughters, Valerie Nelson of Hart; Raelyne (Rick) Castonia of Whitehall; Carol Thompson of Bitely; Sharon (Dan) Frees of Hesperia; Michelle (Steve) Carlson of Muskegon; 7 grandchildren, Paul Castonia of Muskegon; Jeremy (Pam) Nelson of Whitehall; Nathan Castonia of Muskegon, Andrew Castonia of Whitehall; Rick Nelson of Bitely; Joe Frees of Wyoming; Brian Frees of Hesperia; 2 great grandchildren, Austin Nelson of Whitehall and Christian Castonia of Muskegon. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Barbara Homan, and infant son, Raymond E.; his parents, 6 brothers, 5 sisters. Funeral services were held on Friday, August 26, 2005 from the Hesperia United Methodist Church with Rev. Brad Brillhart presiding with interment in the West Hesperia Cemetery. Friends may consider the Hesperia United Methodist Church for memorial contributions in memory of Raymond. Friends may also send condolences or share a memory with the Nelson Family at www.crandellfh.com. Arrangements by Crandell Funeral Home - Fremont Chapel.
NELSON, VIVIAN J. MRS. (BROWN)
White Lake Beacon, Whitehall, Michigan, 25 November 2007, Page 4-B
Vivian J. Nelson, Montague. Vivian J. Nelson, age 89, died at home on Saturday evening, November 17, 2007. Born July 7, 1918 in Manistee to Robert and Lillian (Frederickson) Brown. Vivian lived on Larch Avenue in Muskegon until she graduated from Muskegon High School and Michigan State University with a teaching degree. She moved to Whitehall where she married George W. Nelson and began teaching. Vivian taught in the Whitehall Schools for 32 years influencing and touching the lives of many students. After retiring she became a travel agent for Muskegon Travel Bureau for 18 years. Vivian was a fearless world traveler. Some of her favorite trips where to Capetown, South Africa, the Taj Mahal in India, the Island of Bali, China and Thailand. She loved all of the Caribbean Islands, especially Jamaica. During her travels she met many famous people including President Eisenhower, Elvis, Clint Eastwood, Ted Williams, Elizabeth Taylor, and many many others. Vivian Nelson was a wonderful mother, mentor, adventurer, friend. Everywhere she went she made lasting friendships and lasting impressions. Vivian was a life long member of The American Legion, Eastern Star, White Lake Eagles and a member of the Lebanon Lutheran Church in Whitehall. She was preceded in death by her sister Virginia Ann in 1924, her only son Robert W. Nelson in 2003, and her beloved dog Mookie in 2007. FAMILY: Daughters, Gwen W. Nelson (Beau) and Joette (Rex) Converse, both of Montague; daughter-in-law, Sheryl Nelson of Newaygo; 5 grandchildren, Alina Wildfong of Marne, Marci (Jeff) Momber of Newaygo, Marc Machovsky of Montague, Mandy (Bill) Kowal of Grand Rapids and Hilary (Darren) Long of Atlanta; 2 great-grandchildren, Alex Wildfong of Holton and Kennidi Jo Kowal of Grand Rapids. SERVICE: Was held Wednesday, November 21, 2007, 2:00 p.m. at the Lebanon Lutheran church, Whitehall with Rev. Doug M. Ogden officiating. MEMORIAL: The Community Fund of White Lake, for the Vivian J. Nelson Drama Scholarship, P.O. Box 42, Whitehall, MI 49461, presented each year at Whitehall High School. CLOCK - White Lake
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