The Genealogy of David L. Moody & Yvonne L. La Pointe. - Person Sheet
The Genealogy of David L. Moody & Yvonne L. La Pointe. - Person Sheet
NameStina Maja "Marie” ANDERSDOTTER ®185, ®3788, ®4055, ®4056
Birth8 Aug 1858, Or Socken, Dalsland, Sverige 58° 40’ 00” N 012° 18’ 00” E ®185, ®3788, ®4054
Death21 Nov 1919, Ashland, Ashland County, Wisconsin, USA ®185, ®3788
FatherAnders ERIKSSON (1837->1864)
MotherBritta Maja ANDERSDOTTER (1836->1864)
Misc. Notes
Soken means parish. Or is on Lake Orsjon about half way between Högsäter and Mellerud. She emigrated to the United States on 27 June 1881. She returned to Sweden for the birth of their third child, Selma Olive on 1 June 1886. She became a naturalized United States citizen in 1887. ®162 They moved to Ashland, Wisconsin in 1887. On the 15 April 1910 census she had 8 children of whom 7 were still alive. ®4053 She died on the farm of her son Frank in Sanborn, Wisconsin in 1919. ®185
The 1900 Census says she was born in May, 1858 and was not a naturalized citizen. ®3789, ®4053
Birth5 May 1858, Högsäter Socken, Alvsborg län, Sverige 58° 39’ 00” N 012° 03’ 00” E ®185, ®3788, ®4054
Death30 Dec 1914, Ashland, Ashland County, Wisconsin, USA ®185, ®3788
FlagsCensus, Sweden, Vital Records-State
FatherAnders JAKOBSSON (->1858)
MotherAnna Lisa AHLSDOTTER (1818->1858)
Misc. Notes
In the time between 1850-1900 Dalsland experienced a wave of emigration, mainly small scale farmers trying to flee poverty and famine. The number of people leaving Dalsland for Norway or America was estimated at 64,000. Otto emigrated to Pennsylvania in the United States of America in 1881 at age 23. ®3789 He worked in the coal mines. They married on 3 September 1881 in DuBois, Pennsylvania and their first child, Charles was born there on 27 March 1882. ®3789 They had moved to Silver Creek, Michigan by 16 January 1884 when Albert was born and Otto became a naturalized United States citizen on 27 May 1885. ®162. They moved to Ashland, Wisconsin in 1887 where Otto became engaged in logging. They opened a Swedish boarding house for lumberjacks, the Otto Anderson Hotel, which on 1 June 1900 had sixteen boarders at 609 St. Clair Street, Ashland, Wisconsin. ®3788 ®3789 ON 15 April 1910 they had moved to Sanborn, Wisconsin, where Otto was the walking? boss of a cord wood camp. ®4053He died on the farm at Andersonville (Sanborn), Sanborn Avenue, Ashland, Wisconsin in 1914 at age 56 years. ®185
Did he die in 1928? There are two Högsäter’s in the Swedish Gazetteer in the approximate area: 1) is a locality near Färgelanda in Dalsland län (prior to 1998 was northern Alvsborg lan and since is in Vastra Gotaland lan where the family probably lived), and 2), a built up area in Eda in Värmland län . ®3793 Soken means parish.
Family ID1968
Marriage3 Sep 1881, DuBois, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, USA ®185
ChildrenCharles John (1882-1969)
 Albert Dahlgren (1884-1968)
 Selma Olive (1886-1926)
 Frank Oscar (1890-1982)
 Fredrick Arthur (Died as Infant) (1892-1893)
 Hedvie Emelia (1894-1926)
 Hulda Marie (1897-1987)
 Elmer William (1903-1984)
Last Modified 1 Dec 2012Created 9 Mar 2018 using Reunion v12.0 for Macintosh
Created 1 April 2018 by David L. Moody

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