A history of Montana (Volume 3)

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A history of Montana (Volume 3)

A history of Montana (Volume 3)

Källa : Internet Archive

A history of Montana (Volume 3)

A history of Montana (Volume 3)

Källa : Internet Archive

Resultat : ANDERSON


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He is the son of Owen and Bertha (Nickson) Anderson, both natives of Norway, and in Mandel, Norway, Tony Anderson


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Tony Anderson, permanently established in Sand Coulee as a dealer in men's furnishings and clothing,


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1585 Mr. Anderson gave up the life of a sailor and came to America. He located


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The success which Mr. Anderson has achieved in his life thus far is one of which he may


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1894, to Miss Augusta Anderson, and five children have been born to them: Norman N., born in January,


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and is a son of Thomas and Catherine (Anderson) Dunsire, natives of that country.


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Smart was married to Miss Grace Anderson, of New Brunswick, and they have had two children: Harold D. and Marian


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at Lewistown, Montana, to Miss Julia Anderson, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reese Anderson, residents of Fergus county, Montana.


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a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reese Anderson, residents of Fergus county, Montana. Three children have been born to them,


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J. Wilson Anderson, county treasurer of Meagher county. Montana, has been a resident of the state


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J. Wilson Anderson, county treasurer of Meagher county. Montana, has been a resident of the state


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previously mentioned, John and Jennings Bryan Anderson, both living at home.


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Montana some twenty years ago, Mr. Anderson has seen the greatest period of development which the state has known, and


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He is the son of Peter and Anna (Anderson) Peterson, natives of Sweden, who passed their lives there. The father


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united in marriage to Dr. Phebe A. Anderson, whose birth occurred at Wetmore, Kansas, and who is a daughter of


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daughter of S. Anderson and Mary E. Anderson. Dr. and Mrs.


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His parents, Anders Jonasson and Johanna Anderson, were also Swedes by nativity and passed their lives in the land of


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in the year 1894, to Belinda C. Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson, of Osnabrock, Mr. Anderson having


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daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson, of Osnabrock, Mr. Anderson having been a farmer and prominent politician of that


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Mrs. James Anderson, of Osnabrock, Mr. Anderson having been a farmer and prominent politician of that locality. He was born


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1836, and died in 1893. Mrs. Anderson was also born in Canada in 1836, and died in 1884.


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Elizabeth Anderson, a daughter of James Anderson. Her father was born in Glasgow, Scotland, and is still living there. Mrs.


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June 7, 1902, to Miss Elizabeth Anderson, a daughter of James Anderson. Her father was born in Glasgow, Scotland, and


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, Robert Kenneth , and Harold Anderson, all Montana products and with no greater pleasure than living amid such pleasant


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1907, married to Frank Anderson, a druggist of Rosalia, Wash.. May 31, 1904.


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and is a son of Andrew Peter and Christina (Greenland) Anderson. The parents of the doctor brought their family to


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Mr. Anderson was born in Sweden on May 20, 1868, and is the son of


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Axel C. Anderson has been identified with the commercial life of Missoula for the past


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decorative part of the business, Mr. Anderson is especially devoted, and gives much of his attention to the designing of


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and Mrs. Anderson-two daughters and a son. They are Selma Cora, the eldest, living at home


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acquaintance of the noted actress, Mary Anderson, who visited Holy Trinity church every morning during her stay in Cincinnati. She


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Chicago, Illinois, June 29, 1872. Samuel Anderson, his father, who is now living retired in Minnesota, is a native of


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Henry S. Anderson. As manager of the Farmers Elevator Company at Stanford, Mr. Anderson is


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Farmers Elevator Company at Stanford, Mr. Anderson is one of the active factors in the business affairs of this town


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Mrs. Anderson is a daughter of Edward C. and Amelia Kiefer, now residents of Ladysmith,


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in North Dakota. In 1910 Mr. Anderson became resident manager for the Montana Central Elevator Company at Stanford. August 1,