The Linders

FIRST GENERATION (Persson Lineage)

1. Per ANDERSSON FALK was born in May 1774 in Guldsmedshyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened in May 1774 in Guldsmedshyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was buried in Jun 1856 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He died on Jun 17 1856 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

He was married to Catharina ANDERSDOTTER on May 25 1802 in Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. Catharina ANDERSDOTTER was christened in Feb 1780 in , Ramsberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was born on Feb 11 1780 in , Ramsberg, Orebro, Sweden. She died on Dec 2 1851 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was buried on Dec 14 1851 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. Per ANDERSSON FALK and Catharina ANDERSDOTTER had the following children:

+2 i. Petter PERSSON SKANS.

3 ii. Anders PERSSON was born on Feb 1 1807 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened on Feb 2 1807 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

+4 iii. Anders PERSSON.

+5 iv. Adam PERSSON FALK.

+6 v. Stina PERSDOTTER FALK.

7 vi. Eric PERSSON FALK was born on Jul 11 1815 in Faboda, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened on Jul 13 1815 in Faboda, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

+8 vii. Johan PERSSON.

9 viii. Lars PERSSON was born on Oct 24 1818 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened on Oct 24 1818 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

10 ix. Maria Catharina PERSDOTTER was born on Jun 12 1821 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was christened on Jun 13 1821 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

11 x. Anders PERSSON was born on Oct 6 1805 in Gusselby, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened on Oct 7 1805 in Gusselby, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He died on May 25 1806 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was buried on Jun 1 1806 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

 

 

SECOND GENERATION

2. Petter PERSSON SKANS was born on Oct 17 1804 in Faboda, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened on Oct 18 1804 in Faboda, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was listed in the husförhörslängd between 1861 and 1870 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden.1 The family was listed on page 624. He was a shoemaker between 1861 and 1870 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. This is the occupation listed on the hfl. He died on Jun 27 1877 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

He was married to Christina ANDERSDOTTER (daughter of Anders JACOBSSON and Stina JANSDOTTER ) on Sep 14 1823 in Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. Christina ANDERSDOTTER was born on Nov 27 1803 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was christened on Nov 27 1803 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was listed in the husförhörslängd between 1861 and 1867 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. She died on May 15 1867 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. Petter PERSSON SKANS and Christina ANDERSDOTTER had the following children:

12 i. Anders PERSSON died in 1823 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was buried in 1823 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was born on Dec 13 1823 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened on Dec 14 1823 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

13 ii. Anders PERSSON was born on Jan 18 1825 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened on Jan 19 1825 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was listed in the husförhörslängd between 1861 and 1870 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden.

+14 iii. Christina Carolina PERSDOTTER.

+15 iv. Per Erik PERSSON.

16 v. Maria Catharina PERSDOTTER was born on Mar 31 1833 in Guldsmedshyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was christened on Apr 1 1833 in Guldsmedshyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

+17 vi. Adam PERSSON.

18 vii. Johan PERSSON was born on Feb 18 1838 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened on Feb 19 1838 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was buried in Dec 1843 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He died on Dec 19 1843 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

+19 viii. Anna Lovisa PERSDOTTER.

20 ix. Daughter PERSDOTTER was born on Jan 25 1845 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She died on Jan 25 1845 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was buried on Jan 25 1845 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

+21 x. Johannes PERSSON.

4. Anders PERSSON was born on Mar 18 1809 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened on Mar 19 1809 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

He was married to Anna Christina ERICSDOTTER on Dec 7 1832 in Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. Anna Christina ERICSDOTTER was born in 1810 in , Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was christened in 1810 in , Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

5. Adam PERSSON FALK was born on Jul 22 1810 in Faboda, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened on Jul 24 1810 in Faboda, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

He was married to Anna Margareta LARSDOTTER on Aug 12 1848 in Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. Anna Margareta LARSDOTTER was christened in Oct 1823 in , Orebro, Sweden. She was born on Oct 13 1823 in , Orebro, Sweden.

6. Stina PERSDOTTER FALK was born on Oct 12 1811 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was christened on Oct 13 1811 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

She was married to Per Magnus JANSSON on Mar 23 1852. Per Magnus JANSSON was born in , Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened in , Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

8. Johan PERSSON was born on Dec 9 1816 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened on Dec 10 1817 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He died on Dec 3 1867 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

He was married to Carolina LARSDOTTER on Sep 21 1843 in Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. Carolina LARSDOTTER was born on Nov 23 1817 in Gusselby, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was christened on Nov 25 1817 in Gusselby, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

 

 

THIRD GENERATION

14. Christina Carolina PERSDOTTER was born on Nov 15 1827 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was christened on Nov 17 1827 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was listed in the husförhörslängd between 1861 and 1870 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden.

She was married to Gustaf ANDERSSON (son of Anders ANDERSSON and Maria ANDERSDOTTER ) on Dec 26 1853 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. Gustaf ANDERSSON was born on Aug 29 1829 in Damsjon, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened on Aug 30 1829 in Damsjon, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was listed in the husförhörslängd between 1861 and 1870 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. The family is listed on page 624 and in Nov 1861 they moved to page 499. Christina Carolina PERSDOTTER and Gustaf ANDERSSON had the following children:

22 i. Emma Christina GUSTAFSDOTTER was born on Jul 23 1854 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. She was listed in the husförhörslängd between 1861 and 1870 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden.

23 ii. Carl Johan GUSTAFSSON was born on Jul 9 1860 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. He was listed in the husförhörslängd between 1861 and 1870 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden.

24 iii. Anders Gustaf GUSTAFSSON was born on May 31 1866 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. He was listed in the husförhörslängd between 1867 and 1870 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden.

25 iv. Ida Carolina GUSTAFSDOTTER was listed in the husförhörslängd in 1870 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. He was born on Jan 29 1870 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden.

15. Per Erik PERSSON2 was born on Sep 30 1830 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden.3 He was listed in the husförhörslängd between 1861 and 1865 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. The family was listed on page 504. He emigrated on Aug 21 1865 from Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. The family, Per Erik and his wife Anna Lovisa and their 4 children departed Sweden. On Nov 7, 1998, I checked 3 seperate microfilm to try and capture the family on the ship. I searched films 37/11 #256, #257 and #258. He appeared on the census on Aug 20 1870 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.4 He located on sheet 11, line 11. He appeared on the census on Jun 3 1880 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.5 He was located on sheet 5, line 29. He died in 1898 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. He was buried in 1898 in Lund Convert Church Cemetery, Lund, Wisconsin, USA. He had the surname changed to Linder after his arrival in America.

He was married to Anna Lovisa ANDERSDOTTER (daughter of Anders ANDERSSON and Maria ANDERSDOTTER ) on Jun 22 1854 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. Anna Lovisa ANDERSDOTTER2 was born on Jan 4 1832 in Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden.3 She was listed in the husförhörslängd between 1861 and 1865 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. She appeared on the census on Aug 20 1870 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.4 She located on sheet 11, line 12. She appeared on the census on Jun 3 1880 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.5 She was located on sheet 5, line 30. She appeared on the census on Jun 19 1900 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.6 She was located on sheet 3, line 72. She died on Oct 21 1913 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. The listed cause of death was carcinoma of the face. Her death is registered at the Pepin County courthouse in volume 5, page 100. She was buried on Oct 24 1913 in Lund Convert Church Cemetery, Lund, Wisconsin, USA. Per Erik PERSSON and Anna Lovisa ANDERSDOTTER had the following children:

26 i. Carl (Charles) Erick PERSSON2 was born on Oct 9 1855 in Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden.3 He was listed in the husförhörslängd between 1861 and 1865 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. He appeared on the census on Aug 20 1870 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.4 He located on sheet 11, line 13. He appeared on the census on Jun 3 1880 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.5 He was located on sheet 5, line 31. He appeared on the census on Jun 19 1900 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.6 He was located on sheet 3, line 73. He was listed as Carl E. He appeared on the census on Feb 9 1920 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.7 He was located on line 89. He was listed as Head of Household. He died on Dec 7 1934 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. When he died, he was in a diabetic coma. His death is registered in the Death Register, Volume 9, page 662 at the Pepin County courthouse. He was never married. He had the surname changed to Linder when his father changed his.

27 ii. Anders (Andrew) Gustaf PERSSON2 was born on Nov 28 1860 in Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden.3 He was listed in the husförhörslängd between 1861 and 1865 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. He appeared on the census on Aug 20 1870 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.4 He located on sheet 11, line 14. He appeared on the census on Jun 3 1880 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.5 He was located on sheet 5, line 32. He appeared on the census on Jun 19 1900 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.6 He was located on sheet 3, line 74. He appeared on the census on Feb 9 1920 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.7 He was located on line 90. He died on Aug 20 1934 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. The cause of death was a strangulated hernia. He was buried on Aug 26 1934 in Lund Convert Church Cemetery, Lund, Wisconsin, USA. He was never married. He had the surname changed to Linder when his father changed his.

28 iii. Johanna Lovisa PERSDOTTER2 was born on Jul 3 1862 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. She was listed in the husförhörslängd between 1863 and 1865 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden.

29 iv. Johan August PERSSON2 was born on Oct 10 1864 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. He was listed in the husförhörslängd between 1865 and 1864 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden.

30 v. Albert Eddie LINDER was born in 1869 in Wisconsin, USA. He appeared on the census on Aug 20 1870 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.4 He located on sheet 11, line 15. He appeared on the census on Jun 3 1880 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.5 He was located on sheet 5, line 33. He appeared on the census on Jun 19 1900 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.6 He was located on sheet 3, line 75. He appeared on the census on Feb 9 1920 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.7 He was located on line 91. He died on May 3 1954 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. He was never married. He was called Uncle Eddie.

+31 vi. Amelia Lovisa LINDER.

+32 vii. Hilma LINDER.

33 viii. Edward LINDER was born in 1878 in Wisconsin, USA. He appeared on the census on Jun 3 1880 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.5 He was located on sheet 5, line 36. He appeared on the census on Jun 19 1900 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.6 He was located on sheet 3, line 76. He appeared on the census on Feb 9 1920 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.7 He was located on line 92.

34 ix. Alma LINDER was born in 1883 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. She appeared on the census on Jun 19 1900 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.6 She was located on sheet 3, line 77. She appeared on the census on Feb 9 1920 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.7 She was located on line 93. Not a lot is known on this person, wonder what happened to her? My mother doesn't seem to recall her either. More research to come.

17. Adam PERSSON was born on Oct 26 1835 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened on Oct 27 1835 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was listed in the husförhörslängd between 1861 and 1870 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. The family is listed on page 546 and in Oct 1865 moved to page 617. In Dec 1869 the family moved to page 1479. He appeared on the census on Jun 3 1880 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. He appeared on the census on Jun 19 1900 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. He had the surname changed to Linder after coming to America.

He was married to Lovisa OLOFSDOTTER KLINGBERG on Dec 26 1859 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. Lovisa OLOFSDOTTER KLINGBERG was christened in Aug 1836 in , Grythyttan, Orebro, Sweden. She was born on Aug 25 1836 in , Grythyttan, Orebro, Sweden. She was listed in the husförhörslängd between 1861 and 1870 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. She appeared on the census on Jun 3 1880 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. She appeared on the census on Jun 19 1900 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. In this census, she has stated that there has been 6 children born and currently, there is 4 children still living. Since she was 64 at the time of the census, there were no more children born to this couple. Adam PERSSON and Lovisa OLOFSDOTTER KLINGBERG had the following children:

35 i. Anna Lovisa ADAMSDOTTER was born on Jun 12 1860 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. She was listed in the husförhörslängd between 1861 and 1870 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. She died on Jan 6 1959 in Wisconsin, USA.

36 ii. Maria (Mary) Ulrika ADAMSDOTTER was born on Apr 9 1864 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. She was listed in the husförhörslängd between 1865 and 1870 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. She appeared on the census on Jun 3 1880 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.

37 iii. Johanna Regina ADAMSDOTTER was born on Sep 4 1868 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. She was listed in the husförhörslängd in 1869/70 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden.

38 iv. Carl John LINDER was born in Jun 1872 in Wisconsin, USA. He appears on the census as Carl J in 1880 and as John in 1900. He appeared on the census on Jun 3 1880 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. He appeared on the census on Jun 19 1900 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.

+39 v. Ida Regina LINDER.

40 vi. Carl W LINDER was born in Mar 1880 in Wisconsin, USA. He appeared on the census on Jun 3 1880 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.

19. Anna Lovisa PERSDOTTER was born on Aug 9 1842 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was christened on Aug 10 1842 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was listed in the husförhörslängd between 1861 and 1870 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. She apparently worked on various farms because of her movements. In Oct 1861 she moved to page 265, in Oct 1865 she came back to page 624 and in Dec 1869 he moved to page 1478. Note that her movements closely relate to her brother Johannes.

She was married to Carl Johan ERICSSON SUNDGREN on May 9 1872 in Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. Carl Johan ERICSSON SUNDGREN was christened in May 1842 in , Nasby, Orebro, Sweden. He was born on May 19 1842 in , Nasby, Orebro, Sweden.

21. Johannes PERSSON was born on Jan 30 1846 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened on Feb 1 1846 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was listed in the husförhörslängd between 1861 and 1870 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. He apparently worked on various farms because of his movements. In Oct 1864 he moved to page 265, in Oct 1865 he came back to page 624 and in Dec 1869 he moved to page 1478. He emigrated in 1869 from Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. He appeared on the census on Jun 3 1880 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. He appeared on the census on Jun 9 1900 in Pepin, Pepin County, Wisconsin, USA. He had the surname changed to Linder after coming to America. He also changed his first name to John.

He was married to Emily T. in 1871 in Maine, USA. Emily T. was born in Oct 1850 in Germany. She appeared on the census on Jun 3 1880 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. She appeared on the census on Jun 9 1900 in Pepin, Pepin County, Wisconsin, USA. In this census, she has stated that there has been 4 children born and currently, there is 4 children still living. Since she was 50 at the time of the census, there probably were no more children born to this couple. Johannes PERSSON and Emily T. had the following children:

41 i. Henry A. LINDER was born in May 1872 in Maine, USA. He appeared on the census on Jun 3 1880 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. He appeared on the census on Jun 9 1900 in Pepin, Pepin County, Wisconsin, USA.

42 ii. John A. LINDER was born in Nov 1876 in Wisconsin, USA. He appeared on the census on Jun 3 1880 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. He appeared on the census on Jun 9 1900 in Pepin, Pepin County, Wisconsin, USA.

43 iii. Emma G. LINDER was born in Apr 1880 in Wisconsin, USA. She appeared on the census on Jun 3 1880 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. She appeared on the census on Jun 9 1900 in Pepin, Pepin County, Wisconsin, USA.

44 iv. Thiekla B. LINDER was born in Mar 1886 in Wisconsin, USA. She appeared on the census on Jun 9 1900 in Pepin, Pepin County, Wisconsin, USA.

 

 

FOURTH GENERATION

31. Amelia Lovisa LINDER was born in Mar 1871 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.5 She appeared on the census on Jun 3 1880 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.5 She was located on sheet 5, line 34. She appeared on the census on Jun 23 1900 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.8 He was located on sheet 5, line 22. She was listed as Louisa A. She appeared on the census on Jan 21 1920 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.9 She was located on line 52. She was listed as Louisa. She died in Aug 1951 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. She was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Stockholm, Wisconsin. The church used to be known as the Swedish Convert Church.

She was married to Carl Victor WAHLSTROM on Jul 6 1895 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.8 Carl Victor WAHLSTROM was born on Nov 23 1865. He immigrated in 1887 to Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.8 Crossed the Atlantic on the ship, British Prince at the age of 21. In 1887, applied his citizenship paperwork. He felt the trip was a very long voyage. He appeared on the census on Jun 23 1900 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.8 He was located on sheet 5, line 21. He was naturalized on Apr 19 1904 in Pepin County, Wisconsin. He appeared on the census on Jan 21 1920 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.9 He was listed on line 51. His name on the census was listed as Victor. He died on Oct 12 1944 in Lake City, Wabasha County, Minnesota. He was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Stockholm, Wisconsin. The church used to be known as the Swedish Convert Church. Amelia Lovisa LINDER and Carl Victor WAHLSTROM had the following children:

+45 i. Edwin Waldimar WAHLSTROM.

46 ii. Esther Vicktoria WAHLSTROM was born on May 3 1898 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.8 She appeared on the census on Jun 23 1900 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.8 She was located on sheet 5, line 24. She appeared on the census on Jan 21 1920 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.9 She was located on line 54. She died on Mar 29 1921 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. She was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Stockholm, Wisconsin.

+47 iii. Ellis Willford WAHLSTROM.

+48 iv. Ellen Violet WAHLSTROM.

+49 v. Everet Evangline WAHLSTROM.

32. Hilma LINDER was born in 1876 in Wisconsin, USA. She appeared on the census on Jun 3 1880 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.5 She was located on sheet 5, line 35. She died on Dec 10 1961.

She was married to Alfred JOHNSON (son of Per V. JOHNSON and Marie C. ) in 1896. Alfred JOHNSON was born on Jun 20 1872. He appeared on the census on Jun 3 1880 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.5 He was located on sheet 5, line 45. He died on Dec 10 1918. Hilma LINDER and Alfred JOHNSON had the following children:

+50 i. Ethel JOHNSON.

39. Ida Regina LINDER was born in Jul 1875 in Wisconsin, USA. She appeared on the census on Jun 3 1880 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. She appeared on the census on Jun 19 1900 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. During this census, Ida and her husband and 2 chikdren are living at her parent's home.

She was married to Edward JOHNSTON in 1896 in Wisconsin, USA. Edward JOHNSTON was born in Aug 1873 in Wisconsin, USA. He appeared on the census on Jun 19 1900 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. Ida V. LINDER and Edward JOHNSTON had the following children:

51 i. Laurel R. JOHNSTON was born in Jun 1896 in Wisconsin, USA. He appeared on the census on Jun 19 1900 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.

52 ii. Lillian R. JOHNSTON was born in Oct 1898 in Wisconsin, USA. She appeared on the census on Jun 19 1900 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.

 

 

FIFTH GENERATION

45. Edwin Waldimar WAHLSTROM was born on Jul 3 1896 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.8 He appeared on the census on Jun 23 1900 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.8 He was located on sheet 5, line 23. He appeared on the census on Jan 21 1920 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.9 He was located on line 53. He died on May 8 1983 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. He was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Stockholm, Wisconsin.

He was married to Edith M.. Edith M. was born in 1895. She died in 1971 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. She was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Stockholm, Wisconsin.

47. Ellis Willford WAHLSTROM was born on Aug 25 1900. He appeared on the census on Jan 21 1920 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.9 He was located on line 55. He died in Oct 1980. He was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Stockholm, Wisconsin. The first name was pronounced as Long E-lis.

He was married to Florence A. OLSON. Florence A. OLSON died on Sep 1 1983. She was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Stockholm, Wisconsin. Ellis Willford WAHLSTROM and Florence A. OLSON had the following children:

+53 i. Still Living.

48. Ellen Violet WAHLSTROM was born on Sep 27 1902 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin. She appeared on the census on Jan 21 1920 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.9 She was located on line 56. She died on Jan 24 1994 in Lake City, Wabasha County, Minnesota. She was buried in Lake City, Wabasha County, Minnesota. She was a Housewife. She was Baptist. She was Swedish. She had a special life event either printed or narrated.10 Ellen Sanborn celebrated her 90th birthday this past Sunday, the 27th at an Open House in her honor at the Lake City Nursing Home in the Activity Room. Mary Ellen made the delicious three tiered cake which was a white cake with a lemon filling, the type of cake Ellen often made herself for special occasions. The cake, as well as the rest of the room, was decorated with Fall colored Mums. Another party in her honor a couple of weeks ago was a Family Potluck Picnic at Hok-si-la Park which many of her grandchildren and great-grandchildren as well as other relatives attended. Ellen Violet Wahlstrom was born on September 27, 1902 to Amelia and Victor Wahlstrom in Stockholm, Wisc. She is proud of her Swedish heritage and her christian upbringing at the Swedish Covenant Church in Stockholm. Ellen enjoys reading, crocheting and getting involved in many of the activities of the nursing home as well as calling and receiving phone calls on her portable phone. She also enjoys receiving cards and letter to keep updated on the news and welfare of, her friends and family. She wished to thank all who attended her parties for their appearance and well wishes as well as the many Birthday greetings she is receiving in the mail. Everyone has been so kind. (End of story). She had a special life event either printed or narrated. Auxiliary honors mother 50 years after sacrifice By Richard Ousky, Editor, Lake City Graphic. When Chuck Sanborn prepared to go overseas in 1943, he got a 20 percent pay raise from his employer, the U.S. Army. He decided to keep $20 of his $45 pay check for spending money, though he didn't know what he would spend it on. He would send $25 a month back home. "If you put it in the bank, I'll have a pretty neat nest egg when I get home," he wrote his mother. "But if you need it, don't be afraid to spend it." "He never got the money," his mother, Ellen Sanborn, said this week. Chuck joined the Army Rangers in December. On Jan. 22, 1944, he was killed in action at Anjiou Beach in Italy. His mother joined the local chapter of the Gold Star Mothers. There were about 12 mothers and wives of men killed in World War II. "We got together and talked about things, and it helped," she said. She and others later started Lake City's American Legion Auxiliary. Ellen now lives at the Lake City Nursing Home where she was honored on Veteran's Day by the auxiliary's District President, Marie Goede of Plainview, as a 50-year member of the auxiliary. She is Lake City's last living Gold Star Mother. Ellen said her son wanted to quit high school to join the Army when the U.S. became involved in the war. "I wanted him to finish high school," she said. She talked to Milton Boock, then the principal at Lincoln High School who convinced Chuck to stay in school and graduate. After high school he went to work on a new ammunitions plant in Baraboo, Wis. There, he met another young man. The two of them decided to enlist together. Once in the military, he volunteered for the Rangers. On Dec. 22, 1943, he left for Italy. "We didn't see him again after that," Ellen said. Harold Charles Sanborn is buried at Ft. Snelling National Cemetary. For years Ellen and her husband took flowers to his grave frequently. While she is no longer able to do that, other members of the family continue to. "It was a big sacifice for him, and it was a big sacifice for me," she said. "I sacrificed him. It's the worst thing that could have happened." (End of story). She was originally named Elin.

She was married to Harold Bernard SANBORN (son of Jacob Alfred SANDBERG and Anna Lovisa SPÅNGBERG ) on Jul 5 1923 in Red Wing, Goodhue, Minnesota. Harold Bernard SANBORN was born on Aug 12 1897 in Lake City, Wabasha County, Minnesota. He appeared on the census in Jun 1900 in Lake City, Wabasha County, Minnesota.11 He was located on sheet 3, line 63. He appeared on the census on Apr 22 1910 in Lake City, Wabasha County, Minnesota.12 He was located on sheet 1, line 48. He appeared on the census on Jan 2 1920 in Lake City, Wabasha County, Minnesota.13 He was located on sheet 1, line 66. He died on Jan 12 1989 in Lake City, Wabasha County, Minnesota. He was buried in Lake City, Wabasha County, Minnesota. He was a Nursery (Trees) Worker. He was Baptist. He was Swedish. He had a special life event either printed or narrated.14 This story is taken from a paper labeled "HAROLD BERNARD SANBORN AND HIS FIRST TWENTY-ONE YEARS". This story was narrated by Harold Sanborn and typed by Mary Miller. When I was 2 years old, my sister Ellen made me a sailor dress and my brother Laurence a sailor suit. They took a picture of us dressed in these clothes. I still remember that dress, I called it my picture taking dress. When I was 4 years old, I went to kindergarten at the old red brick Methodist church basement. Then next I went to the little 4 grade Washington school two blocks from our home. 'Then I went to the Lincoln school down on Prairie street. I went there until I was a sophomore. In the spring of 1912, I got diptheria. It was all over town, and 2 people died of the black type. I had to live in an Army tent in our back yard for quite a while so as not to expose the rest of the family. I didn't go back to school again. That summer I started to work in the Strandberg Cut Glass factory. I got $5.00 a week to start with. I worked 2 months and then I got $6.00 a week, then $7.00, and as I got better I kept going up. I worked myself up until I was putting on the finishing work after the glass was dipped in acid. (sulphuric and hydrofluoric) I used to help the boss do the dipping. We had to wear wool shirts and rubber gloves. The acid was in lead tanks. A fan sucked up the fumes. We always got a headache from it. When I was 16 years old I had my tonsils and adenoids removed by Dr. Cochrane at the office; his sister gave me chloroform. I was sick for 2 weeks with a sore throat. After that, I went back to work. About the same year, I bought an old cornet. The valves kept sticking, so after I earned some money, I bought a better one. Then I took lessons from Alfred Kalkbrener, a good cornet player who was also the band leader in Lake City, Minnesota where I lived. I took lessons for one year during which time I learned to single, double, and triple tongue. Then I played in the Lake City band until went out west to Winlock, Washington. My sister Annie worked for the O'Connel Lumber Co. I got a job there as time-keeper. The timber was 10 miles from town. They had their own railroad and engines. The engines were different from the ones used on other railroads. The timber was very large and tall. The timber consisted of Spruce, Fir, and a few Cedars. The cross-cut saws were very large. They had their own work train with living quarters on them. One work train was for the Japs who worked on the railroad. They were not allowed in the woods. The trees must have been 100 feet tall or even taller. It sounded like a cannon going off when a tree would come down. I had to walk all around and check all the men in the woods. It was a dangerous job, and I had to keep time for the Japs too. I worked there for a while and then I went to Tacoma and got a job in the ship yards. My sister Esther lived 16 miles from town. They had electric trains in Tacoma made up of two cars running on rails. A third rail was elevated and through this rail flowed the electric current to power the train. Esther and her husband had a chicken ranch; lots of white leghorn hens, 100 of them in a coop, and there were 5 coops. They also had prune trees:(dark blue plums), and peach trees. Her husband Myron had lots to do taking care of this place. They had a few big tall Spruce trees which could supply enough wood for a long time. I went back to Tacoma and lived there. I worked as a stevedore on the docks unloading and loading ships. Lots of heavy work in this job. We loaded pure bricks of tin which weighed 90 pounds each, and all kinds of other stuff. The pay was good. Sometimes I worked 20 hours in a stretch until the ship was unloaded and loaded again. While there I got the Spanish Flu and was sick for 2 weeks. I stayed part of the time out at my sister's place. I was very sick. Lots of people died from the Spanish Flu. After the Armistice uses signed at 11 o'clock on November 11, 1918, 1 came back home to Lake City, Minnesota again. (End of story). He had Social Security Number 473-07-9165.15 He had a special life event either printed or narrated. This paper was titled Things I Remember by Harold B. Sanborn. Ellen Violet WAHLSTROM and Harold Bernard SANBORN had the following children:

54 i. Harold Charles SANBORN was born on Jun 13 1924 in Waterloo, Iowa, USA. He served in the military between 1942 and 1944. He was a Private in the 1st Ranger Battalion and was killed in the initial wave during the assault at Anzio during World War II. He died on Jan 22 1944 in Anjiou Beach, Italy. He was buried in National Cemetary, Ft. Snelling, Minnesota, USA. Special Note: Ellen purchased a large box of candy from Lindeen's grocery store located behind the house and sent it to him for Christmas 1943. She brought it home and wrapped it in brown paper and tied it with white cotton string. She never knew if he received but she always hoped the either he or his fellow Rangers enjoyed it. This note comes from a document sent to all the Harold and Ellen Sanborn children by Franklin Sanborn for Christmas 1995.

+55 ii. Still Living.

+56 iii. Still Living.

+57 iv. Still Living.

+58 v. Still Living.

49. Everet Evangline WAHLSTROM was born on Dec 4 1904. She appeared on the census on Jan 21 1920 in Stockholm, Pepin County, Wisconsin.9 He was located on line 57. She was also known as Tashe Everet. The first name was pronounced as Long E-vert.

She was married to Martin KUBES. Everet Evangline WAHLSTROM and Martin KUBES had the following children:

59 i. Still Living.

60 ii. Still Living.

61 iii. Still Living.

62 iv. Still Living.

63 v. Still Living.

50. Ethel JOHNSON was born in 1897. She died in 1990.

She was married to Emil CARLSON. Emil CARLSON was born in 1892. He died in 1975.


FIRST GENERATION (Of lineage that married into the Persson lineage)

1. Jan JANSSON was born in 1738 in Munkhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened in 1738 in Munkhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He died in 1811 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was buried in 1811 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

He was married to Christina ERICSDOTTER on Dec 28 1756 in Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. Christina ERICSDOTTER was born in 1725 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was christened in 1725 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She died in 1773 in No Records, Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro. She was buried in 1773 in No Records, Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro. Jan JANSSON and Christina ERICSDOTTER had the following children:

2 i. Eric JANSSON was born on Nov 14 1757 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened on Nov 15 1757 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

+3 ii. Anna JANSDOTTER.

4 iii. Christina JANSDOTTER was born on Oct 3 1760 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was christened on Oct 5 1760 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

5 iv. Eric JANSSON was born on Dec 16 1761 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened on Dec 20 1761 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He died in 1763 in No Records, Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro. He was buried in 1763 in No Records, Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro.

6 v. Eric JANSSON was born on Sep 22 1763 in Damsjotorp, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened on Sep 23 1763 in Damsjotorp, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

7 vi. Jan JANSSON was born on Oct 5 1764 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened on Oct 7 1764 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

+8 vii. Eric JANSSON.

+9 viii. Stina JANSDOTTER.

He was married to Christina RAMBERG on May 12 1774 in Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. Christina RAMBERG was born in 1730 in , Ramsberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was christened in 1730 in , Ramsberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was buried in Dec 1792 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She died on Dec 23 1792 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

 

 

SECOND GENERATION

3. Anna JANSDOTTER was born on Aug 3 1759 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was christened on Aug 5 1759 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

She was married to Johan ERICSSON on Apr 10 1781 in Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. Johan ERICSSON was born in 1741 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened in 1741 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

8. Eric JANSSON was born on Nov 30 1765 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened on Dec 1 1765 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

He was married to Anna Catharina JANSDOTTER on Apr 17 1791 in Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. Anna Catharina JANSDOTTER was born in 1758 in , Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was christened in 1758 in , Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

9. Stina JANSDOTTER was born on Jul 4 1768 in Damsjon, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was christened on Jul 5 1768 in Damsjon, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was buried in Apr 1853 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She died on Apr 24 1853 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

She was married to Nils NILSSON on Nov 20 1807 in Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. Nils NILSSON was born in 1763 in , Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened in 1763 in , Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

She was married to Anders JACOBSSON on Oct 31 1790 in Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. Anders JACOBSSON was born between 1767 and 1769 in , Ramsberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened between 1767 and 1769 in , Ramsberg, Orebro, Sweden. He died on Nov 21 1806 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was buried on Nov 30 1806 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. Stina JANSDOTTER and Anders JACOBSSON had the following children:

+10 i. Maria ANDERSDOTTER.

11 ii. Anders ANDERSSON was born on Jun 27 1794 in Damsjotorp, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened on Jun 29 1794 in Damsjotorp, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

+12 iii. Eric ANDERSSON.

13 iv. Son ANDERSSON was buried in Jun 1797 in Damsjon, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was born on Jun 7 1797 in Damsjon, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He died on Jun 7 1797 in Damsjon, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened in No Date, Damsjon, Lindesberg, Orebro.

+14 v. Eric ANDERSSON.

15 vi. Johan ANDERSSON was born on Jun 12 1800 in Damsjon, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened on Jun 12 1800 in Damsjon, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He died in 1805 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was buried in 1805 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

16 vii. Christina ANDERSDOTTER was born on Sep 3 1802 in Damsjon, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was christened on Sep 5 1802 in Damsjon, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

+17 viii. Christina ANDERSDOTTER. See more under Petter Persson Skans above

18 ix. Anna Catharina ANDERSDOTTER was born on Feb 26 1805 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was christened on Feb 28 1805 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She died in 1806 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. She was buried in 1806 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

19 x. Johan ANDERSSON was born on Apr 18 1806 in Damsjon, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was christened on Apr 19 1806 in Damsjon, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He died on Aug 25 1806 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. He was buried on Aug 31 1806 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden.

 

SOURCES

1. Lindesberg Parish Husförhörslängd 1861-1870, Gusselhtyye. This information is from the Family History Center of the Mormon Church, Film #0424061-0424062. Research done by Chuck Miller verifying data received from Brent Ericson. The husförhörslängd referneces listed throughout were done by Chuck.

2. Information on this person was provided by Brent G. Ericson, Salt Lake City, Utah. He is transcribing the Lindesberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden His database currently consists of 80,000+ individuals. This information was provided on October 9, 1998 via the internet.

3. Microfilm SAKA 57:4 page 112 and Microfilm SAKA 1437:2 page 4.

4. 1870 Wisconsin Census. Town of Stockholm, Pepin County, Pages 11, Family number 95.

5. 1880 Wisconsin Census. Town of Stockholm, Pepin County, Page 19, Enumeration District No. 104, Supervisor's District No. 3, Line 29, Family No. 37.

6. 1900 Wisconsin Census. Town of Stockholm, Pepin County, Page 3, Enumeration District No. 117, Supervisor's District No. 297, Line 78, Family No. 67.

7. 1920 Wisconsin Census. Town of Stockholm, Pepin County, Enumeration District No. 150, Supervisor's District No. 9, Family Number 106.

8. 1900 Wisconsin Census. Town of Stockholm, Pepin County, Page 249, Enumeration District No. 117, Supervisor's District No. 117, Line 21, Family No. 90.

9. 1920 Wisconsin Census. Town of Stockholm, Pepin County, Page 249, Enumeration District No. 160, Supervisor's District No. 9, Line 51, Family No. 16.

10. Lake City Graphic on Thursday, October 1, 1992.

11. This page is taken from the 1900 census for Wabasha County, Lake City, Enumeration District No. 146, Supervisor's District No. 1, Family No. 55. Soundex reference is drawer xx/xx Film #xxx (Alaska Archives) using the Soundex number of S516.

12. This page is taken from the 1910 census for Wabasha County, Lake City, Enumeration District No. 147, Supervisor's District No. 1. Soundex reference is drawer xx/xx Film #xxx (Alaska Archives) using the Soundex number of S516.

13. This page is taken from the 1920 census for Wabasha County, Lake City, Enumeration District No. 147, Supervisor's District No. 1. Soundex reference is drawer xx/xx Film #xxx (Alaska Archives) using the Soundex number of S516.

14. Harold Sanborn and his first 21 years. A copy of this document is located in the Genealogy folder stored in a safe at the Charles Miller household.

15. Social Security Death Records.

 


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