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History of Otter Tail County, Minnesota : its people, industries, and institutions : with biographical sketches of representative citizens and genealogical records of many of the old families (Volume 2)

History of Otter Tail County, Minnesota : its people, industries, and institutions : with biographical sketches of representative citizens and genealogical records of many of the old families (Volume 2)

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History of Otter Tail County, Minnesota : its people, industries, and institutions : with biographical sketches of representative citizens and genealogical records of many of the old families (Volume 2)

History of Otter Tail County, Minnesota : its people, industries, and institutions : with biographical sketches of representative citizens and genealogical records of many of the old families (Volume 2)

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Erickson, Cornelius B. 606


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Erickson, Erik W. 530


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Erickson, Ole 963


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county, daughter of Arno and Carrie Erickson, who were among the very earliest settlers of this county. To this union


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was united in marriage with Sarah Erickson. born at Orrdale in this county, daughter of Arno and Carrie Erickson, who


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4. 1864, the son of Martin Erickson and Emma (Peterson) Erickson, both of whom were born in Sweden where they


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Martin Erickson being a farmer of that country. Martin Erickson and his wife are the


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May 10. 1866, daughter of John and Sophia (Erickson) Bjorgaard, and to this union six children were horn,


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Minnesota, is the son of Erick Erickson and Martha Edholm, both of whom were born in Sweden, where Mr. Edholm's


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and is the son of John and Margaret (Erickson) Sjogren. His father was born in 1839 and his mother in


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to Matilda Erickson, daughter of Martin Erickson. Theodore Walstead has served as township assessor for two years, was town clerk


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was united in marriage to Matilda Erickson, daughter of Martin Erickson. Theodore Walstead has served as township assessor for two


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North Dakota: Emma, who married Adolph Erickson and resides in North Dakota, Henry, who remains at home, Hilda, the wife


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he is the son of Frederick and Christina (Erickson) Olson, both natives of Sweden.


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districl In the year 1X08. Erik Erickson bought a farm in section 11. W'ilken county, Minnesota, where he lived for


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Ink Wilhelm Erickson was educated in the public schools of Sweden.


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ERIK WILHELM ERICKSON.


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In 1900. Erik Wilhelm Erickson was married to Hilda Steen, who was horn in Norway, the daughter of


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and worship of this congregation. Erik Erickson has served his township in several important school offices, filling the positions in


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In church and religious affiliation Erick Erickson and his family are members of the Norwegian Lutheran church, and take an


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Erik and Hilda Erickson are the parents of six children, Ellnora Charlotta, Blanche Joy, Lloyd Ezra, Allan


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Evander became the wife of John Erickson. of Menahga. Minnesota, where he was engaged in the hardware business. They are


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While a resident of Wisconsin, Berger Erickson was the owner of a farm but never cultivated the soil until his


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Cornelius Erickson were Erick and Petronelle Erickson, both natives of Norway, the death of the latter having occurred in that


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Cornelius B. Erickson is one of fourteen children born to the union of Berger and


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a brother of Ole ami Bennie Erickson, mentioned elsewhere in the pages of this history.


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Cornelius B. Erickson has a reputation of high repute, as is evidenced by the many


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later became the wife of Emil Erickson, died at the age of twenty-four years: Henry, a fanner living in Dead


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horn in Sweden, daughter of Charles Erickson. of Pelican Rapids. To this union a family of five has been born,


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was married in 1900 to Ellen M. Erickson, who was horn in Sweden, daughter of Charles Erickson. of Pelican Rapids.


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in 18X7. the daughter of Paul and Mary (Erickson) Olson. They were natives of Norway and in 1870 came to


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He is a son of Andrew and Martha (Erickson) Hansen, both of whom were born in Norway, the former in


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Minnesota, was a son of Andrew and Martha (Erickson) Hanson, both of whom were natives of Norway. Andrew Hanson was


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in Norway in 1834, and Martha Erickson was born in the same country on July 4, 1839. They were married


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who is the daughter of Erick and Mary (Larsen) Erickson, both of whom died in Sweden. Air. and Airs. Otto


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Otto Nilsby was married to Emma Erickson, who was born on December 15, 1863, in Sweden, and who is the


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grandfather of Alvin Olson was Ole Erickson, who lived and died in Sweden.


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Knut Olson was married to Sarah Erickson, a native of Norway, and the daughter of Ole Erickson, and to this


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Norway, and the daughter of Ole Erickson, and to this union there have been (61b)


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185 1, the son of Berger and Oline (Olson) Erickson, the father born on December 4, [825, and the mother


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April 12, 1833. Berger and Oline Erickson, in the year [852, came to America, making the voyage on a sailing


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After landing at Xew York, Berger Erickson and wife went by rail to the city of Milwaukee and from there,


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same church. To Berger and Oline Erickson were bom the following children : Ole, the subject of this sketch, Amelia,


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was heavy timber land and Berger Erickson set out to bring his land under cultivation and to build such structures


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home place to his son, Ole Erickson. the subject of this sketch, who now lives on the place.


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in the work. In politics, Ole Erickson is independent, preferring to support all candidates that stand for good citizenship and


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his housekeeper. Mr. Erickson is a member of the Lutheran church and takes a prominent place in


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Besides Edward, her eldest son, Mrs. Erickson gave birth t<> two other sons, namely, Sigvurd, a farmer of northern Minnesota,


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was united in marriage to Carrie Erickson and they are the parents of eight children: Betsey, Mabel, Alvin, Leonard, Roy,