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 Charles Anderson


  • Born 3 March 1838 - Stavern,Vestfold, Norway
  • Baptized 12 April 1838 - Stavern, Vestfold, Norway
  • Deceased in 1903 - Obituary said he had ten surviving children,aged 65 years old
  • Buried 24 March 1903 - Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, United States
  • Farmer listed as occupation on federal census, Farmer

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Obituary: "Carl H. Anderson, residing about one mile from here, died last Saturday, the 21st inst. He was born in Norway, March 3, 1838. On August 2, 1868, he was married to Miss Pauline Christensen, who with ten children survives. Mr. Anderson had suffered long with a painful and incurable illness and death was to him a most welcome guest. The funeral took place Tuesday afternoon from Shiloh church, Rev. S. Groenfeldt conducting the services, and a large number of friends and neighbors were in attendance."

 Sources

  • Individual:
    - Karen Hookom - Hookom Web Site (Smart Match)
    - Geni World Family Tree
    - Geni World Family Tree
    - FamilySearch Family Tree
    - WikiTree
    - Norway, Baptisms, 1634-1927 - MyHeritage - Collection - 30030 - https://www.myheritage.com/research/record-30030-2498022/carl-hendrik-andersen-in-norway-baptisms - Carl Hendrik Andersen<br>Gender: Male<br>Birth: Mar 3 1838<br>Christening: Apr 12 1838 - Stavern, Vestfold, Norway<br>Residence: 1838 - Stavern, Vestfold, Norway<br>Father: Anders Andersen<br>Mother: Marie Severine Thorsdr<br>Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C42391-2<br>System Origin: Norway-VR<br>GS Film number: 127657<br>Reference ID: 2:1CZ1B22 - Record - 30030:2498022-:
  • Spouse 1: Anderson, Milton - Milton Anderson's notes -

    Source Medium: Manuscript

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Carl Hendrik Anderson 1838-1903