A history of the Swedish-Americans of Minnesota (Volume 3)

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A history of the Swedish-Americans of Minnesota (Volume 3)

A history of the Swedish-Americans of Minnesota (Volume 3)

Källa : Internet Archive

A history of the Swedish-Americans of Minnesota (Volume 3)

A history of the Swedish-Americans of Minnesota (Volume 3)

Källa : Internet Archive

Resultat : ANDERSON


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the son of Peter and Carrie Anderson, both from the vicinity of Christianstad, Sweden, whence they came to the United


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Elias L. Anderson, secretary of the Crown Iron Works, of ].Iinneapolis, was born at Dassel,


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and then removed to Minneapolis. Peter Anderson died in 1897, and his widow


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at Lake Minnetonka. Mr, and Mrs. Anderson have two children, Margaret C, born May 10, 1902, and Clififord, born May


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in which he is engaged. Mr. Anderson is a member of St.-Anthony Commercial Club, is one of the Board of


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8, 1887, to Miss Ida Josefina Anderson, daughter of Johan Peter Anderson, a farmer of Grenna parish, Smaland, where she


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Josefina Anderson, daughter of Johan Peter Anderson, a farmer of Grenna parish, Smaland, where she was born March 25, 1858.


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1864, is a son of Peter and Martha (Johannesson) Anderson. They lived on a farm and were the parents of


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].Ir. Peterson married, in 1889, Mary Anderson, who was born at Wislanda, Sweden, November 11, 1865. and came to Minneapolis


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among this number is Charles August Anderson, the well-known house mover, who has been continuously employed in this business, which


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Charles August Anderson.-A larger proportion, doubtless, of the enterprising and progressive business men of foreign ^


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and is a son of Lars and Petronella (Svenson) Anderson. They were the parents of eight children, of whom seven


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parish, Sweden, a son of Lars and Christina (Nilson) Anderson. The father, born on the 31st of July, 1831, died


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of Anders Peter and Anna Greta Anderson. The father was a forester by occupation. Both he and his wife are


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the life of a grocer, Peter Anderson, who is still living there , and the same winter he saved the


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To Mr. Anderson belongs the distinction of having saved two human lives. During a blizzard, in


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Thanksgiving Day of 1895 to Christena Anderson, a native daughter of his own country, where she was also reared and


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He is a son of Magnus Anderson and Regina Rundquist, and both are residing in Stromnas, Engermanland, whither they moved


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Otto E. Anderson was born at Norrkoping, Sweden, on the 17th of May. 1867, and


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well be said of Otto Emil Anderson, who is well known to the Swedish-American public through his able contributions to


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Otto Emil Anderson.-It may well be said of Otto Emil Anderson, who is well known to


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As a boy Mr. Anderson was known as an apt pupil, showing ready power of absorption and assimilation,


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of his residence in America Mr. Anderson was compelled to 'make a stab' at anything and everything th"t_ offered a


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America. Being an extensive traveler, Mr. Anderson has perhaps more personal acquaintances among the masses of the Scandinavians in this


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Christina (Andersson) Johansson. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson became the parents of eight children, all of whom were born in Minneapolis,


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Miss Cemelia Anderson, daughter of Frank Anderson, a representative citizen of Cumberland, Wisconsin. Mrs. Allen survives her husband, as do


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was united in marriage to Miss Cemelia Anderson, daughter of Frank Anderson, a representative citizen of Cumberland, Wisconsin. Mrs. Allen


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a son of Peter and Martha Anderson, the former of whom passed his entire hfe in Sweden, where he died


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1896, Mr. Gustafson married Miss Louise Anderson, who was born in Stafnas parish, Vermland, September 11, 1864, and they have


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there, and his mother (nee Louisa Anderson) was born in Lenhofda parish. They became the parents of eleven children, the


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of the Swedish riksdagsman, Hon. Olof Anderson. Their father had come to the United States with his family in 1858,


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Jonas Lagerstrom married Miss Magdalena Anderson, who is a sister of Mrs. C. A. Smith, both being daughters of


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from the same province, P. M. Anderson, who had come to America the year before. All those now set out


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house, Bernt Anderson, now editor of Minnesota Stats Tidning, was state dairy commissioner under Gov. Knut


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October 21, 1896, married Miss Marie Anderson, who is a native of Falkoping, Sweden, born in 1875. This harmonious union


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a son of Jeppa and Hanna Anderson. Of their nine children, seven are living, and four are residents of the


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Arpi Quartette, and he and Oscar Anderson, the St.-Paul tenor singer, are considered the best singers of Wennerberg's Gluntarne in


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Professor Carl Anderson. After his graduation he spent some time with various orchestras, and in 1899


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Professor Emil Anderson, a prominent musician and violin teacher of St.-Paul, was born near Malmo, Sweden,


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in study of this instrument. Mr. Anderson came to the United States at the age of sixteen, proceeding to St.-Paul,


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1904, Alma S., daughter of Anders Anderson , she was born in Sweden, and received her education in the public


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and is the son of John D. and Johanna (Anderson) Lindberg, both born and educated in Sweden. John D. Lindberg


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Dahlquist married, in 1887. Emma Christina Anderson, who was born near Jonkoping, in 1862, and came to America in 1877.


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of Johan Gustaf Reinhold and Maria Anderson. His father was a skilled organ builder, and' was connected with the renowned


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Mr. Anderson was married, in 1901, to Miss Moline, of Nora, Westmanland, Sweden, born in


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1889 Mr. Johnson married Miss Mathilda Anderson, a native of Amal, Sweden, born February 7, 1868, and who came, in


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of St.-Paul, Amalia, wife of Andrew Anderson, a farmer of Chisago county, Minnesota , Andrew G., whose name introduces this


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America, namely: Anna, widow of Gustaf Anderson, Anton, with the Gribben Lumber Company, St.-Paul, Minnesota, Augusta, wife of C. E.


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of John Peter and ^lartha Lisa Anderson. His parents were farmers and lived and died in Sweden. Their family comprised


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10, 1894, Mr. Swanson married Miss Hillna Anderson, who was a native of' Sweden, and has been a resident of


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29, 1872, a daughter of Oscar Anderson, an. ex-mayor of Lake City, who was there for many years engaged in


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Mr. Sundberg married, in 1896, Mary Anderson, who was born March 29, 1872, a daughter of Oscar Anderson, an. ex-mayor


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pursuits, with his good wife, Carolina Anderson, enjoying the fruits of his earlier years of toil. Mr. and Mrs. Sundberg


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wife, whose maiden name was Anna Anderson, three children were born, namely: Victor N., the special subject of this brief


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He is a son of Anders and Magdalena (Person) Anderson, the father born in 1828, the mother in 1832, and


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married, June 4, 1892, Miss Maria Anderson, who was born in Brunskog, Vermland, January 18, 1867, daughter of Anders and


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N. P. Wold, Oscar Anderson and J. A. Swenson of St.-Paul, Hon.


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December 25, 1894. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson reside with their family at Vasa. There they became the parents of the


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Mr. Pearson combined forces with Frank O. Anderson, and under the firm name of Pearson & Anderson opened their present


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1895, when, in partnership with Charles Anderson, he bought the business of Charles Bennett, and together they launched out under


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Mr. Olof Olson purchased Mr. Anderson's interest, and since that date the business has been conducted under the firm


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1883, in companv with Frederick Anderson, he opened a wholesale commission business^ continuing it until the fall of 1884,


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united in marriage to Miss Emelia Anderson, daughter of P. A. Anderson, of Minneapolis, Minnesota. She was born in Vermland,


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1871, son of Gustavus and Eva Anderson, his father a farmer and contractor.


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career. Subsequently, with his brother, Frank O. Anderson, he engaged in business under the firm style of Anderson Bros., at


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Iron Mountain, Michigan, son of Andrew W. and Amelia (Larson) Anderson, natives of Sweden. Mr.


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William A. Anderson, deputy register of titles of St.-Louis county, Minnesota, was born February 4,


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Mr. Anderson was educated in the public schools of Tower, Minnesota, and the Duluth high


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son of A. P. and Mary Anderson, natives of Ostergotland, Sweden, where the former was a painter. They had children


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Oscar Anderson, a prominent real estate dealer of Lake City, was born in Atvidaberg, Nygard,


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Besides his real estate interests Mr. Anderson deals in steamship tickets and other things of the same nature.


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to Dassel. He married Maria Kajsa Anderson, and to them eight children have been born, namely : Rev. Andrew Gustaf,


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hardware , Christina, wife of Olof Anderson, a banker in Dassel , Hannah, living in j NIinneapolis , Gerda, wife


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in Sweden, Maria Gustafva, married John G. Anderson, a farmer of Sweden , and Carl A. Carl A. Erickson was


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a son of John and Anna Anderson, who Uved and died on a farm in Sweden.


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Sons of America. Nels married Rosella Anderson, of Brainerd , he is a member of the Knighted Order Tented Maccabees,


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Swan August Anderson.-Prominent among the well-known and successful business men of Blue Earth county is Swan


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after coming to this country, Johanna Anderson, and of their union these children have been born, namely : Johan August,


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once to Blue Earth county, Mr. Anderson secured employment as a stone cutter at Mankato, and at the end of


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Dakota , Hilda, wife of Anders Anderson, of Mankato, William, married and engaged in tailoring at Sioux City, Iowa ,


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18, 1871, Mr. Rolf married Elsa Anderson, and into the household thus established eight children have been born, namely:


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John P. Anderson, superintendent of the shops of the Northern Pacific Railway Company, was born


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Mr. Anderson is a pub Hc-spirited citizen, and takes an active interest in pub Hc


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Miss Nellie Anderson, daughter of John Anderson, of Ottumwa, Iowa, and of this union three children have been born, namely


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January 21, 1890, to Miss Nellie Anderson, daughter of John Anderson, of Ottumwa, Iowa, and of this union three children


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married second, August 16, 1887, Tilda Anderson, of Watonwan county, who died May 10, 1898, leaving three children-Esther. Olga, and


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up in Sweden and married Johanna Anderson. In 1869 they emigrated to America, and after living for a short time


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versatile talents, energetic and enterprising, Severin Anderson, of St.-James, is carrying on a substantial business as manager of the John


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Severin Anderson.-A man of versatile talents, energetic and enterprising, Severin Anderson, of St.-James, is carrying


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Anna Sophia Anderson, daughter of Charles Anderson, of Long Lake, Minnesota, and they have three children, Lucille Deborah Henrietta, Sylvia


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married, October 15, 1902, Anna Sophia Anderson, daughter of Charles Anderson, of Long Lake, Minnesota, and they have three children,


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Skane, Sweden, a son of Anders and Christina (Jensen) Anderson, the former of whom died in America, soon after his


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of Herman Peterson, of Sweden Henning A. Anderson, the fourth child of the second marriage, served in the Spanish-American war


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sea, and of this number Olof Anderson, of St.-James, is a worthy representative. He was born, August 17, 1866, in


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1893, Maria Anderson, who was born in Christianstads Ian, Skane, Sweden, August 14, 1867. She died


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a partnership with the late John Anderson, under the name of the John Anderson Company, he assisted in establishing the


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Severin Anderson was educated in the public schools of Sweden, and was there a resident


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Olof Anderson.-Many of the most thriving and enterprising citizens of Minnesota have come from the


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Mr. Anderson has been twice married. He married first, June 27,


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New Ulm. A son of Daniel Anderson, he was born February 12, 1861, in Tisselskog socken, Dahlsland, Sweden, where he


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Mr. Anderson married, October 3, 1906, ].Iiss Annie Person, daughter of Per Nelson, of Sweden,


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years been in partnership with Albert Anderson, under the firm name of Anderson & Anderson. The interest of his copartner


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a shoemaker, Emerentsia, wife of Charles Anderson, a farmer in Iowa , and Johan, a blacksmith, died, in 1892, in


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Gouldberg married, June 8, 1874, Anna Anderson, and they have children as follows: Edwin, a plumber and tinsmith, residing at


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June 5. 1869, son of Johannes Anderson and Caroline Erickson, his wife, farming, people of Smaland. He is the eldest


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subsequently became the wife of Carl Anderson of Smaland, by whom she had six children, namely: John Ander, Carl Anton,


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August, i Qo S, Hulda Caroline Anderson, of Cambridge, Minnesota, and he and his estimable wife have won for themselves


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Coming then to Anoka county, Mr. Anderson opened a shoe store in Anoka, and has here built up a substantial


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resident of Anoka, Anoka county, August Anderson is numbered among the active business men who are contributing largely toward the


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: Anna Maria, wife of Alfred A. Anderson, of Winthrop, a drayman, Hilda Carnelia, wife of F. W. Lindquist, a


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unbounded energy, ability and push, August L. Anderson occupies a noteworthy position among the men of prominence and influence in


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August L. Anderson.-A man of sterling integrity and worth, possessing unbounded energy, ability and push,


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1882, before attaining his majority, August L. Anderson took up his residence in Sibley county, near Winthrop, where he was


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in Sweden, Majastina, wife of Carl Anderson, who is engaged in farming in Sweden , Christina, w^ho married Carl Pehrson,


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village of Winthrop in 1899, Mr. Anderson has since carried on a thriving business in buying and selling grain. He


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Sweden, and Kajsa, deceased, married Andrew Anderson.


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the son of Nels and Augusta Anderson, both natives of that country. Nels Anderson brought his wife and children to


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is now the wife of Andrew Anderson, an employe of Swift s packmg plant at bt.


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purchased the business owned by Peter Anderson, at Lake City, and for seven years operated a general store. He spent


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Mr. Erickson married, in 1884, Annie Anderson, of Venjan, Dalarne, Sweden, and their children are: Frank Richard, Victor E., Edwin


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Ernest , Esther, mar-ried to Gust Anderson, a cabinet-maker, of Rock Island, Illinois , Martin, who has a livery at


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1859, son of John and Christine Anderson, natives of Ostergotland, Sweden. Mr. Anderson's parents emigrated to America in 1854 and


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Anderson, natives of Ostergotland, Sweden. Mr. Anderson's parents emigrated to America in 1854 and settled at Burlington, Iowa, from whence


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and is a son of M. and Margerita (Anderson) Davidson, farmers of Jemtland. They emigrated to the United States in


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In the winter of 1884 Mr. Anderson worked in the woods. He owned a team, and was employed as teamster,


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and at Cloquet. In 1901 Mr. Anderson engaged in the grocery business in company with John Blomberg, in Cloquet ,


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1888, Mr. Ahlgren married Miss Eva Anderson, of Alankato, and to them have been born one son and three daughters


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He is a son of John and Maria (Anderson) Stenberg, natives of the same place, his father was a shoemaker,


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John, and Caroline, who married Anton Anderson.