Descendants of Haavard Nordgarden

Citations


285. Floyd Carlton Clark

1Lawrence W. Onsager, Juneau County, Wis. Bygdekok - A Genealogy of the Norwegian Settlers, 1850-1950 (Lemonweir Valley Press, 2001), pg. 143, .

2Newspaper obit - no date, .

3Juneau Co. Genealogical Society, Juneau County Cemetery Book 2 (1987), p. 133.


Mary Esther Strege

1Juneau Co. Argus (Juneau Co., WI newspaper), 21 May 1931, .

2Monroe Co., WI - Register of Deeds, vol. 6, p.103.

3Social Security Death Index.
http://ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm.

4Juneau Co. Star-Times (Juneau Co., WI newspaper), p. 11, 4 Mar 1993, .


287. Hilbert (Ward) Johnson

1State Historical Society, Madison, WI, Registration of Birth, State of Wisconsin, Reel 90, Record 2634 - 1043, .

2Juneau Co. Argus (Juneau Co., WI newspaper), 7 Jun 1923, .

3The Vital Statistics Agency, Manitoba, Canada (http://web2.gov.mb.ca/cca/vital/Index.html), REGISTRATION NUMBER: 1923,024031.


288. Earl Eugene Johnson

1Social Security Death Index, SS# 468-03-2494.
http://ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm.

2Minnesota Death Certificate (MN Historical Society, web page), CertID# 1987-MN-015109 , http://people.mnhs.org/dci/Search.cfm.


Hazel Melvina Adams

1Social Security Death Index, SS# 476-54-4806.
http://ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm.

2Minnesota Death Certificate (MN Historical Society, web page), CertID# 1981-MN-030586 , http://people.mnhs.org/dci/Search.cfm.


Richard Randall

1Lawrence W. Onsager, Juneau County, Wis. Bygdekok - A Genealogy of the Norwegian Settlers, 1850-1950 (Lemonweir Valley Press, 2001), pg. 625, .

2Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services, Madison, WI, Wisconsin Vital Records Index, pre-1907, Wisconsin State Historical Society, Reel 0091, Record 001630.

3Social Security Death Index, 531-42-7384.
http://ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm.


291. Bernice Lucile Johnson

1Juneau Co. Star-Times (Juneau Co., WI newspaper), Aug 1995, .

2Juneau County Cemetery Book 3 (Juneau Co. Genealogical Society, 1988), p. 247.


Oscar E. Halverson

1Lawrence W. Onsager, Juneau County, Wis. Bygdekok - A Genealogy of the Norwegian Settlers, 1850-1950 (Lemonweir Valley Press, 2001), pg. 237, .

2Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services, Madison, WI, Wisconsin Vital Records Index, pre-1907, Wisconsin State Historical Society, Reel 0321, Record DX2025.

3Juneau Co. Star-Times (Juneau Co., WI newspaper), 24 Nov 1966, .

4Juneau County Cemetery Book 3 (Juneau Co. Genealogical Society, 1988), p. 247.


379. Gerald Dane Halverson

1Juneau County Cemetery Book 3 (Juneau Co. Genealogical Society, 1988), p. 247.


382. Jon Arnold Halverson

1Juneau County Cemetery Book 3 (Juneau Co. Genealogical Society, 1988), p. 247.


295. Jessie Rebekka Rossland

1Wisconsin Vital Records, Birth Index, 1820-1907, Wisconsin State Historical Society, Madison, WI, reel 0091 record 002684.


Arthur Al. Wm. Scheer

1Social Security Death Index, 390-34-2225.
http://ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm.


384. Arthur Arnold Scheer Jr.

1Texas Deaths, 1964-98 (Ancestry.com).


297. Eves Ruth Wood

1State Historical Society, Madison, WI, Registration of Birth, State of Wisconsin, No. 0091 - 002754, 10 Nov 1899, .


John Jacob Ginsburg

1California Death Records, 1940-1997 (http://www.familytreelegends.com/records/caldeaths).


307. Arnold Edward Lawrence

1New Lisbon Times (Juneau Co., WI newspaper), May 1963, .
"Three Killed in Rail Crossing Crash Sun. The lives of three rural New Lisbon people were snuffed out in a split second Sunday afternoon when a speeding Northwestern Railroad passenger train plowed into their car at a crossing on county trunk A. in Hustler. Dead are: Arnold Lawrence, 45; His wife, Ethel A. Lawrence, 40; and His brother Ray D. Lawrence, 37. The deaths marked the first highway fatalities in Juneau County for 1963. The shattered wreckage of their 1951 Mercury 4 door was carried down the tracks about three-fourths of a mile. The bodies were pinned in the wreckage which had to be pried apart by a wrecker, which was driven 50 yards down the tracks, before they could be removed. All three were killed instantly. The car was traveling west on county trunk A as it approached the crossing in the village. The car was owned and driven by Arnold Lawrence. The train, number 519, was northbound. The conductor was L.H. Wettstein and the engineer was J. Wacek. Both are from Madison. The trainmen told authorities that the train was traveling approximately 60 miles per hour at the time of the impact. Wacek stated that he was blowing the whistle of the train but that the occupants of the car didn't look at the approaching train and apparently failed to see it. The crossing was guarded by warning signs and a wig-wam signal equipped with bell and light. Authorities said the signals were operating. Visability is bad at the crossing for westbound cars. Buildings on either side prevent motorists from seeing any distance to the south until they are almost to the crossing. The train was delayed about two hours while welders required the front end of the engine cowling. Both of the dead men were drivers for Glendenning Motorways, operating out of the New Lisbon terminal. They lived on farms southwest of New Lisbon. The bodies were taken to the Hare Funeral home in New Lisbon. A memorial fund in memory of the accident victims has been established. A joint funeral service for the three accident victims was held Wednesday afternoon at East Lemonweir Church with the Rev. Ernest Gilberts in charge. Burial was in the church cemetery. The son of Andrew and Sarah Larsen Lawrence, Raymond Lawrence was born May 24, 1926, in the Town of Fountain. He was married to Clara Patten April 6, 1957,at DeWitt, Iowa. He had served with the Army and Air Force during World War II and was a member of the American Legion. He is survived by his wife; three sons, Louis, John and David; two daughters, Dale and Donna and a step daughter, Gwendolyn Dickey. Arnold Lawrence, also the son of Andrew and Sarah Larsen Lawrence, was born September 17, 1918 in New Lisbon. His wife, the former Ethel Haschke, was born in New Lisbon June 30, 1923, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Haschke. They are survived by two sons, Douglas and Duane, and three daughters, Jean, Mary and Connie. Also surviving the Lawrence brothers are their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lawrence, of Rock Falls, Ill.; one brother, Robert, New Lisbon; and six sisters, Mrs. Raymond Westphal, Sterling, Ill., Mrs. John Dussler, Rock Falls, Ill., Mrs. Kenneth Classen, Brighton, Colo., Mrs. Harvey Norwood, Denver, Colo., Mrs. Lawrence Mohr, Arvada, Colo., and Mrs. Ed Ritchart, New Lisbon. Surviving Mrs. Arnold Lawrence are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Haschke, rural New Lisbon, three brothers, Alfred Haschke, Carl Haschke and Adolph Haschke, all of rural New Lisbon; and four sisters, Mrs. Willard Parrish, Kendall, Mrs. Ed Krueger, La Crosse, Mrs. Iva Bowman, Marshfield, and Mrs. Gertie Paulson, New Lisbon."

2Juneau County Cemetery Book 3 (Juneau Co. Genealogical Society, 1988), p. 243.


Ethel A. Haschke

1Juneau County Cemetery Book 3 (Juneau Co. Genealogical Society, 1988), p. 243.


310. Raymond Donald Lawrence

1New Lisbon Times (Juneau Co., WI newspaper), May 1963, .
"Three Killed in Rail Crossing Crash Sun. The lives of three rural New Lisbon people were snuffed out in a split second Sunday afternoon when a speeding Northwestern Railroad passenger train plowed into their car at a crossing on county trunk A. in Hustler. Dead are: Arnold Lawrence, 45; His wife, Ethel A. Lawrence, 40; and His brother Ray D. Lawrence, 37. The deaths marked the first highway fatalities in Juneau County for 1963. The shattered wreckage of their 1951 Mercury 4 door was carried down the tracks about three-fourths of a mile. The bodies were pinned in the wreckage which had to be pried apart by a wrecker, which was driven 50 yards down the tracks, before they could be removed. All three were killed instantly. The car was traveling west on county trunk A as it approached the crossing in the village. The car was owned and driven by Arnold Lawrence. The train, number 519, was northbound. The conductor was L.H. Wettstein and the engineer was J. Wacek. Both are from Madison. The trainmen told authorities that the train was traveling approximately 60 miles per hour at the time of the impact. Wacek stated that he was blowing the whistle of the train but that the occupants of the car didn't look at the approaching train and apparently failed to see it. The crossing was guarded by warning signs and a wig-wam signal equipped with bell and light. Authorities said the signals were operating. Visability is bad at the crossing for westbound cars. Buildings on either side prevent motorists from seeing any distance to the south until they are almost to the crossing. The train was delayed about two hours while welders required the front end of the engine cowling. Both of the dead men were drivers for Glendenning Motorways, operating out of the New Lisbon terminal. They lived on farms southwest of New Lisbon. The bodies were taken to the Hare Funeral home in New Lisbon. A memorial fund in memory of the accident victims has been established. A joint funeral service for the three accident victims was held Wednesday afternoon at East Lemonweir Church with the Rev. Ernest Gilberts in charge. Burial was in the church cemetery. The son of Andrew and Sarah Larsen Lawrence, Raymond Lawrence was born May 24, 1926, in the Town of Fountain. He was married to Clara Patten April 6, 1957,at DeWitt, Iowa. He had served with the Army and Air Force during World War II and was a member of the American Legion. He is survived by his wife; three sons, Louis, John and David; two daughters, Dale and Donna and a step daughter, Gwendolyn Dickey. Arnold Lawrence, also the son of Andrew and Sarah Larsen Lawrence, was born September 17, 1918 in New Lisbon. His wife, the former Ethel Haschke, was born in New Lisbon June 30, 1923, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Haschke. They are survived by two sons, Douglas and Duane, and three daughters, Jean, Mary and Connie. Also surviving the Lawrence brothers are their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lawrence, of Rock Falls, Ill.; one brother, Robert, New Lisbon; and six sisters, Mrs. Raymond Westphal, Sterling, Ill., Mrs. John Dussler, Rock Falls, Ill., Mrs. Kenneth Classen, Brighton, Colo., Mrs. Harvey Norwood, Denver, Colo., Mrs. Lawrence Mohr, Arvada, Colo., and Mrs. Ed Ritchart, New Lisbon. Surviving Mrs. Arnold Lawrence are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Haschke, rural New Lisbon, three brothers, Alfred Haschke, Carl Haschke and Adolph Haschke, all of rural New Lisbon; and four sisters, Mrs. Willard Parrish, Kendall, Mrs. Ed Krueger, La Crosse, Mrs. Iva Bowman, Marshfield, and Mrs. Gertie Paulson, New Lisbon."

2Juneau County Cemetery Book 3 (Juneau Co. Genealogical Society, 1988), p. 243.