Peninsula Genealogical Society - Door Co., WI


 SAMUELSON Family

of Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI

contributed by *Chris ELONICH & PGS Research

updated 26 Oct 2010


Descendancy of Early Town of Sturgeon Bay, Door County Homesteader: Svend Anton SAMUELSON

The following SAMUELSON Family History is a Descendancy from early Town of Sturgeon Bay, Door County Homesteader: Svend Anton SAMUELSON (including his parents) gleaned from contributions by Chris ELONICH, whose mother was a SAMUELSON, including family lore and records, family histories from Ancestry.com and original records gleaned by Sue HOHNEKE of the PGS.  This descendancy is not all inclusive but is a good beginning of the SAMUELSON Family whose original homestead was on Shiloh Road and eventually included the Town of Sturgeon Bay-Sturgeon Bay Town/Samuelson/South Side Cemetery , no longer in service as a burial ground but begun 1869 on the corner of the SAMUELSON property.

 

Above: Svend Anton SAMUELSON-b. Norway-Civil War Vet: picture contributed by Chris ELONICH (Oct 2010)

 

Svend Anton SAMUELSON, born in Norway, immigrated in 1854 and settled originally in Eaton, the Town of Liberty, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin.  He served in the 15th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (the Scandinavian Regiment) as Second Lieutenant after which he returned to back to Norway to marry his wife Hannah CHRISTENSEN (CHRISTIANSON).  The couple settled first in Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, and Homesteaded in the Town of Sturgeon Bay on Shiloh Road in 1869 (family knowledge)/1873.  Research suggests that Svend worked on the Homestead in Sturgeon Bay but the family did not live full-time in Sturgeon Bay till some time after 1873.  Perhaps they traveled back and forth for years till eventually living full-time in the Town of Sturgeon Bay.  Their farm, which eventually was transformed into an orchard in the 1930's/1940's and had German POW's picking for them in 1940's.

 

Our thanks to Chris ELONICH for contributing the SAMUELSON family information and pictures. 

 

If you have any additions or corrections or family pictures and stories to share regarding the SAMUELSON Family of Door County, please contact the PGS at pengensoc@yahoo.com

 


 

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Modified Register for Samuel SWENSON TROSTRUD-father of Svend Anton SAMUELSON

 

 

First Generation

 

 1. Samuel SWENSON TROSTRUD was born1 in 1780 in ,, Norway. He died2 in 1850 in Christiania,, Norway.

            Samuel married Johanna (Johanne219) HAUGERUD (matronomic name) (SORNSON219 ) . Johanna was born3 on 13 Mar 1794219 in Christiania,, Norway to Arne HANSON219 and Dorothea HAUGRE219. She died4 on 16 Jan 1880219 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. She was buried5,219 in 1880 in Samuelson's Cemetery, Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA.

 

They had the following children:

 

    + 2 M i. Svend Anton SAMUELSON was born on 24 Jan 1825. He died on 13/15 Jan 1891.

 


 

Second Generation

 

2. Svend Anton SAMUELSON (Samuel) was born6,7 on 24 Jan 1825 in Mitsum farm, Krogstad Parish, Christiania, Olso, Norway. He died8,9,10 on 13/15 Jan 1891 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. He was buried11 in 1891 in Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door, Wisconsin, USA.  Svend immigrated12 in 1854 to to America. He served in the military13,14,15,16 Second Lieutenant, Civil War 11 Jan 1862 - 15 Nov 1863 in Co. F 15th Wis. Vol. Inf.. He was employed17 as Wisconsin State Assembly from Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, USA after 1864 in , Madison, Dane, WI. He resided18 in 1873 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. He resided19 before 1873 in Valders, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, USA. He was counted in a census20 in 1880 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. He died21 in Jan 1891 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA.

 

Svend married22,23 Hannah CHRISTENSEN (CHRISTIANSON) in 1864 in Borebakken,, Norway. Hannah was born24 in 1842 in ,, Norway. She died25 in 1926 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. She was buried26 in 1926 in Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door, Wisconsin, USA. Hannah was counted in a census27 in 1880 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. She was counted in a census28 in 1900 in City of Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. She was counted in a census29 in 1910 in City of Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, USA.

 

They had the following children:


 

     + 3 F i. Josephine Marie SAMUELSON was born in Jun 1865.

 

     + 4 M ii. Oscar Johan SAMUELSON was born in Dec 1867/1868.

 

     + 5 M iii. Albert Samuel SAMUELSON was born in 1869. He died in 1944.

 

         6 M iv. Fredrick SAMUELSON "Fred" was born30 in 1871 in , Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, USA. Fredrick was counted in a census31 in 1900 in Lelanau, Leland County, Michigan, USA. He was employed32 as light keeper (light house keeper)-boarding with other light house keepers in 1900 in Lelanau, Leland County, Michigan, USA. Fredrick married33 Gustie .

 

         7 M v. Alfred C. SAMUELSON was born34,35 in 1872 in , Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, USA. He died36 in 1952. He was buried37 in 1952 in Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., Wisconsin, USA. Alfred married38 Florence H. HAUPERT . Florence was born39,40 in 1892.

 

         8 F vi. Emilie Christine SAMUELSON was born41 before 1873 in Valders, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, USA. She died42,43 on 12 Feb 1875 in Valders, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, USA.
 

    + 9 F vii. Jennie Louise SAMUELSON was born on 12 Feb 1875.
 

   + 10 F viii. Julia Helene SAMUELSON was born on 27 Mar 1875. She died on 26 Nov 1954.

 

       11 F ix. Alice Sophie SAMUELSON was born44 in 1877 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. Alice was counted in a census45 in 1910 in City of Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, USA.

 

       12 F x. Olive Charlotte SAMUELSON was born46,47,48 in Jul 1879 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. She died49 in 1953 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. She was buried50 in 1953 in Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., Wisconsin, USA. Olive was counted in a census51 in 1900 in Summit Town, Langlade County, Wisconsin. She was counted in a census52 in 1910 in City of Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, USA.
 

   + 13 M xi. Norman Ludvig SAMUELSON was born on 7 Aug 1881. He died on 5 Mar 1961.

 

       14 F xii. Adelia SAMUELSON was born53 in , Wisconsin, USA. She died54 Aft 1873-Age 4 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. She was buried55 after 1873 in Samuelson's Cemetery, Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA.
 


 

Third Generation

 

3. Josephine Marie SAMUELSON (Svend Anton SAMUELSON, Samuel) was born56,57 in Jun 1865 in , Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, USA.

Josephine resided58 in 1892 in Daggett, Menominee County, Michigan. She was counted in a census59 in 1900 in City of Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. She was counted in a census60 in 1910 in City of Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, USA. She was counted in a census61 in 1920 in Stephenson Township, Menominee County, Michigan, USA. She was counted in a census62 in 1930 in Daggett Township, Menominee County, Michigan, USA.

Josephine married63,64 Emil JOHNSON about 1893 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. Emil was born65,66 in Nov 1864 in ,, Norway. Emil was counted in a census67 in 1900 in City of Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. He was counted in a census68 in 1910 in City of Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, USA. He was counted in a census69 in 1920 in Stephenson Township, Menominee County, Michigan, USA. He was counted in a census70 in 1930 in Daggett Township, Menominee County, Michigan, USA.

 

They had the following children:

 

      15 F i. Idelia (Adelia) JOHNSON "Delia" was born71,72 in Sep 1894 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA.

Idelia was counted in a census73 in 1900 in City of Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. She was counted in a census74 in 1910 in City of Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, USA.

 

      16 M ii. William JOHNSON was born75,76 in Apr 1897 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA.

William was counted in a census77 in 1900 in City of Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. He was counted in a census78 in 1910 in City of Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, USA.

 

      17 M iii. Roy JOHNSON was born79 about 1903 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA.

Roy was counted in a census80 in 1910 in City of Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, USA. He was counted in a census81 in 1920 in Stephenson Township, Menominee County, Michigan, USA.

 

  + 18 F iv. Laurel JOHNSON was born about 1908.


 

4. Oscar Johan SAMUELSON (Svend Anton SAMUELSON, Samuel) was born82,83 in Dec 1867/1868 in , Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, USA.  Oscar resided84 in 1892 in Daggett, Menominee County, Michigan. He was counted in a census85 in 1900 in Town of Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., Wisconsin, USA.  Oscar married86,87 Bertha HENDRICKS about 1893. Bertha was born88,89 in Jun 1866 in ,, Norway.

 

They had the following children:

 

      19 F i. Adelia S. SAMUELSON was born90 in Apr 1895 in ,, Wisconsin, USA.

 

      20 F ii. Florence H. SAMUELSON was born91 in Dec 1899 in ,, Wisconsin, USA.


 

5. Albert Samuel SAMUELSON (Svend Anton SAMUELSON, Samuel) was born92 in 1869 in , Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, USA. He died93 in 1944 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. He was buried94 in 1944 in Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door, Wisconsin, USA.  Albert resided95 in 1892 in Daggett, Menominee County, Michigan. He was counted in a census96 in 1920 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA.  Albert married97 Hilma Theodora THOMPSON "Dora" on 5 Sep 1900 in , Manitowoc County, Wisconsin. Hilma was born98 on 24 Apr 1877. She died99 in 1958 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. She was buried100 in 1958 in Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door, Wisconsin, USA.  Hilma was counted in a census101 in 1920 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA.

   

        BELOW: LEFT: Albert Samuel SAMUELSON, Assistant Light-House Keeper at Columbian Exposition in Chicago IL-1892/1893. - MIDDLE: Albert Samuel SAMUELSON and Hilma Theodora "Dora" THOMPSON's wedding picture-1900. - RIGHT: Albert and Dora SAMUELSON's Restaurant at 698 West Madison in Chicago, IL-between 1900 to 1907.

-pictures contributed by Chris ELONICH (25 Oct 2010)

 

             Regarding Albert Samuel SAMUELSON: "Albert. I wonder if the 1892 Michigan reference is correct? Albert left Sturgeon Bay, and may have traveled to Michigan to participate in the logging industry. I do know he had something to do with logging, but I do not think that lasted very long. In 1892-93 he was in Chicago and participated in the World's Columbian Exposition. He was an Assistant Light keeper at the Fair's lighthouse. When he was not actively running the light, he would help with tours around the fair. He later moved to to another light/lifesaving station at the mouth of the Chicago River. Sometime from 1892 to 1907, he operated the "Madison Oyster House And Restaurant,' on Madison Street in Chicago (phone Seeley 3833). This business at some point, became "Samuelson's Restaurant." The restaurant operated between the years of 1893-1907. Concurrently, for two years, he managed a resort hotel in Fox Lake, Illinois. This was the "Eastside Hotel" in the neighborhood of "Ingleside." He later retired to Sturgeon Bay, where he and wife Dora lived on Maple Ave. When his Father Svend, had died, Albert either inherited the Shiloh Road property, or bought out the other heir's. He owned the farm (with Dora?) until he died, at which time Dora took it over."-e-mail from Chris ELONICH (25 Oct 2010)

Above:  Albert Samuel and Hilma Theodora "Dora" SAMUELSON with grandchildren: Mary and Ruth SAMUELSON on the SAMUELSON Farm on Shiloh Road abt 1936-1937-picture contributed by Chris ELONICH (Oct 2010):

            Regarding SAMUELSON Farm: "During the Great Depression Stanley and family lived out on the farm.  Albert and Dora had a home on Maple Ave.  Albert owned the place, and Stanley was the farm manager. The farm had no utilities except for a telephone.  In my Grandmother's book (Grace (KEITH) SAMUELSON), she describes the Great Blizzard of '36. The entire family lived together in the farmhouse kitchen.  The kitchen was the original log cabin that Svend had built when the land was homesteaded.  The rest of the house was closed off.  There in the kitchen they kept warm by keeping the big wood stove blazing.  The water came from a well outside the door.  The outhouse was off to one side.  The inside was illuminated by kerosene lamps.  When my Mom and her family spoke of this era, they made it sound like a grand adventure.  It was not until I became a young man that I began to understand that they had gone through a period of near poverty.  There are two great lessons I learned: One. we must always see the cup as half full in order to stay happy.  The other: I asked my Aunt Ruth what was her favorite memory of my Mom?  Her response was that they always had a little competition in seeing who could best make "something new from something old."  Those two were always cutting, and recutting old clothes and making them presentable again!"-Chris ELONICH (19 Oct 2010).

 

They (Albert and Dora SAMUELSON) had the following children:

Above: Four SAMUELSON Brothers: Stanley Gordon SAMUELSON on far right-contributed by Chris ELONICH (25 Oct 2010)

 

       21 M i. Albert SAMUELSON was born102 about 1901 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA.
 

  + 22 M ii. Stanley Gordon SAMUELSON was born on 13 Aug 1904. He died on 17 May 1980.

 

      23 M iii. James SAMUELSON was born103 about 1906 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. James was counted in a census104 in 1920 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA.

 

      24 M iv. Francis A. SAMUELSON was born105 on 8 Jan 1908 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA. Francis was counted in a census106 in 1920 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA.

 

      25 M v. Roger E. SAMUELSON "Spike" was born107 in 1918 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. He died108 in 1987. He was buried109 in 1987 in Shiloh Morav. Cem., Town of Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., Wisconsin, USA. Roger was counted in a census110 in 1920 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA.

 

 

 9. Jennie Louise SAMUELSON (Svend Anton SAMUELSON, Samuel) was born111 on 12 Feb 1875 in , Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, USA.  Jennie resided112 in 1892 in Daggett, Menominee County, Michigan. She was counted in a census113 in 1900 in City of Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. She was counted in a census114 in 1910 in City of Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, USA. Jennie married115 Halvor TRODAHL . Halvor was born116,117 about 1874 in ,, Norway. Halvor immigrated118 in 1880. He was counted in a census119 in 1900 in City of Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. He was counted in a census120 in 1910 in City of Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, USA.

 

They had the following children:

 

      26 M i. Howard S. TRODAHL was born121 about 1898 in ,, Wisconsin, USA.

 

Howard was counted in a census122 in 1900 in City of Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. He was counted in a census123 in 1910 in City of Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, USA.

 

      27 F ii. Ula L. TRODAHL was born124 about 1903 in ,, Wisconsin, USA.


Ula was counted in a census125 in 1910 in City of Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, USA.

 

      28 M iii. Harry J. TRODAHL was born126 about 1908 in ,, Wisconsin, USA.


 

 10. Julia Helene SAMUELSON (Svend Anton SAMUELSON, Samuel) was born127,128 on 27 Mar 1875 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. She died129 on 26 Nov 1954 in Algoma, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, USA. She was buried130 in Evergreen Cem., Algoma, Kewaunee, WI. Julia was counted in a census131 in 1900 in Summit Town, Langlade County, Wisconsin. She was counted in a census132 in 1910 in Algoma City, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, USA. Julia married133,134 William H. FELLOWS on 30 Jun 1897 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. William was born135,136 on 18 Jun 1875 in Algoma, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, USA. He died137 on 29 Jun 1951 in Algoma, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, USA. He was buried138 in Evergreen Cem., Algoma, Kewaunee, WI.  William was counted in a census139 in 1900 in Summit Town, Langlade County, Wisconsin. He was counted in a census140,141 in 1910 in Algoma City, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, USA.
 

William and Julia had the following children:


 

    + 29 M i. Charles Louis FELLOWS was born on 18 Jun 1898. He died on 9 Jun 1968.
 

    + 30 M ii. Frank Samuelson FELLOWS was born on 4 Oct 1899. He died in Dec 1979.

 

        31 M iii. Donald M. FELLOWS was born142 on 30 Jul 1901 in Three Lakes, Oneida, Wisconsin, USA. He died143 on 14 Jul 1990 in ,, Florida, USA.  Donald resided144 on 13 Jun 1968 in Lehigh Acres, , Florida, USA.

 

        32 F iv. Venice L. FELLOWS was born145 on 12 Aug 1903 in , Forest, Wisconsin, USA. Venice married146 William Jesse BAUERFEIND on 30 Jul 1928 in Algoma, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, USA. William was born147 on 4 Aug 1896 in , Shawano, Wisconsin, USA . He died148 in Nov 1968 in Appleton, Outagamie, Wisconsin, USA.

 

        33 F v. Beulah K. FELLOWS was born149,150 on 16 Apr 1907 in Algoma, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, USA. She died151 on 26 Dec 2003 in Akron Gen. Med. Center, Tallmadge, Summit Co., Ohio, USA. Beulah resided152 on 13 Jun 1968 in Tallmadge, Summit County, Ohio, USA.

Beulah married153 William RUDWELL .

 

       34 M vi. Richard FELLOWS .  Richard resided154 on 13 Jun 1968 in Santa Monica, , California, USA.


 

 13. Norman Ludvig SAMUELSON (Svend Anton SAMUELSON, Samuel) was born155,156,157 on 7 Aug 1881 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. He died158 on 5 Mar 1961 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. He was buried159 in Mar 1961 in Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., Wisconsin, USA.

Norman was counted in a census160 in 1900 in City of Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. Norman married Anna Thomine THOMPSON "Minnie". Anna was born161 on 31 Dec 1871. She died162 on 15 Mar 1960 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. She was buried163 in Mar 1960 in Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., Wisconsin, USA.

 

They had the following children:

 

       35 M i. Douglas SAMUELSON .

 

         36 M ii. Douglas SAMUELSON .


 

Fourth Generation


 

  18. Laurel JOHNSON (Josephine Marie SAMUELSON, Svend Anton SAMUELSON, Samuel) was born164 about 1908 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. Laurel was counted in a census165 in 1910 in City of Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, USA. She was counted in a census166 in 1920 in Stephenson Township, Menominee County, Michigan, USA. She was employed167 as in 1944 in Evergreen Beach Resort, Ephraim, Door Co., Wisconsin, USA.  Laurel married168 GERDMAN in 1929 in Ephraim, Door Co., Wisconsin, USA.

 

They had the following children:

 

        37 F i. Joyce GERDMAN.  Joyce GERDMAN was the author of the "Svend Anton SAMUELSON" Family history. Her sources included Svend's letters, family information from Ester TRODAHL, Ruth SAMUELSON BARRETTE, and Gottfried MAYER, as well as copies of death records.

 

        38 F ii. Grace GERDMAN .

 

          39 F iii. Evelyn GERDMAN .

 

          40 F iv. Elaine GERDMAN .


 

     

Above: LEFT: Grace Dorothy KEITH (Mrs. Stanley Gordon SAMUELSON) - MIDDLE: Grace Dorothy (KEITH) SAMUELSON on "The Marianne Show"-WFRV-TV - RIGHT:  Stanley Gordon SAMUELSON, wife Grace Dorothy KEITH with grandchildren: Chris and Diane ELONICH at the Samuelson Restaurant next to the Samuelson Cemetery

 

 22. Stanley Gordon SAMUELSON (Albert Samuel SAMUELSON, Svend Anton SAMUELSON, Samuel) was born169,170 on 13 Aug 1904 in Sister Bay, Town of Liberty Grove, Door, Wisconsin, USA. He died171,172 on 17 May 1980 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. He was buried173 in May 1980 in Shiloh Moravian Cemetery, Town of Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., Wisconsin, USA.   Stanley was counted in a census174 in 1920 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. Stanley married Grace Dorothy KEITH daughter of B. J. KEITH. Grace was born175,176 on 26 Aug 1904 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. She died177,178 on 16 Feb 1995 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. She was buried179 in 1995 in Shiloh Moravian Cemetery, Town of Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., Wisconsin, USA.

   

Above: LEFT: Stanley Gordon SAMUELSON-US Marine-Gunnery SGT-Washington Barracks, D.C. - MIDDLE: Burton (B. K.) KEITH and wife (parents of Grace (KEITH) SAMUELSON -  RIGHT: Stanley and Grace SAMUELSON with son Keith and daughter Ruth - abt 1931.

Regarding Stanley Gordon SAMUELSON: "Stanley: Stanley grew up in Sturgeon Bay (Sawyer) and attended grade school on Neenah Ave He did know his future bride (Grace Dorothy Keith) from Sturgeon Bay High School, but they did not become close until they coincidentally road the same train (exactly which train is not clear. According to Grace, she was on her way to a teaching job (possibly her time in Bethlehem, PA,) and Stanley was on the train in regard to his USMC enlistment. Stanley had joined the Marine Corps in the early 1920's. During his term of enlistment he worked his way up to Gunnery Sergeant. This is a notable achievement, as the Corps was, at that time, loaded with World War One veterans. Stanley saw service at the Washington Barracks, Washing ton D.C. where he occasionally participated in Honor Guards for different State functions. He was very tall, and looked every inch a Marine! During his time in DC he was photographed for a brass polish advertisement. His belt buckle was so shiny that the photographer was clearly visible in its reflection. Stanley also was given sea duty, and was part of a force that went to both Haiti and Nicaragua. During his time in the Corps, Stanley studied hard for a number of Corps sponsored classes. I cannot state with any authority, but I believe these courses laid the foundation for his later agriculture inspector jobs, as well as his knowledge of the workings of a restaurant. After his Honorable Discharge, Stanley drove a truck for a short while. He drove between Chicago and Green Bay. Stanley married his sweetheart, Grace Dorothy Keith, and they had four children. Albert was first. he died at three or fours years of age. He died at the University Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin. He was buried at Bayside Cemetery, Sturgeon Bay, WI."... "Stanley, with a family to feed, did some moving around to find work. For several months they all lived in Wausau. Later they moved to Greendale, Wi. A little after that, they moved to Marshalltown, Iowa. In Marshalltown he worked for "ARBIE Feed and Grain. A business owned and operated by a cousin; Russ Bagnall. After Marshalltown they returned to Sturgeon Bay. Stanley decided to build a restaurant, and Grace was reluctantly pulled into the project. Using funds loaned by one of his "maiden" Aunts, he began construction of Samuelson's restaurant. A condition of this Aunt's loan was such that the restaurant may not serve alcohol. This Aunt had been a member of the WCTU ( Woman's Christian Temperance Union ) and she felt very strongly about the evils of the demon rum. The restaurant opened in 1949. Originally it was meant to be operated as a "year round " business, but the economics of the Sturgeon Bay tourist season determined that it could only be profitable, "in season." The restaurant became a fairly well known fixture of the Door Peninsula area. For awhile Stanley and Grace had a cooking show on Green Bay TV. Grace wrote several cookbooks, which also helped to promote the restaurant. The Mobile Travel Guide featured Samuelson's Restaurant as one of the best in Wisconsin, and the nation. Samuelson's was rated at "Five stars and a check; an exceptionally good value." During the off-season, Stanley would often take work as a Agriculture Inspector in either Wisconsin, or Florida. Stanley had several health issues. He was a diabetic, and later learned he had Parkinson's Disease. Through the 1960's, and up until his death, his overall health was in decline. In 1972, mostly due to Stanley's ill health, they sold the restaurant and retired to an apartment at 330 Joliet Avenue, in Sturgeon Bay. For the last eight years of his life, Stanley enjoyed having visitors over, reading history, and the visits of his family. Grace was constantly at his side up to his death in May of 1980. He died either at the Dorcester Nursing Home, or Door County Memorial Hospital. He was buried at Shiloh Church, Shiloh Rd, a church that his Grandfather Svend had help charter." -e-mail family memories contributed by Chris ELONICH (25 Oct 2010)

   

Above: LEFT: Cover of Grace (KEITH) SAMUELSON's book of memories of Door County - MIDDLE: SAMUELSON Restaurant-Grace in Kitchen, Godfrey RASMUSSEN-Dishwasher, Betty-kitchen assistant - RIGHT: Cookbook cover: "Cooking With Grace"-Samuelson's Restaurant

Regarding Grace (KEITH) SAMUELSON: "My Grandmother's biography, is best related by reading her book, "Reflections On Door County." In that book she uses prose and poetry to describe her life. She had moved away from Sturgeon Bay in aprox 1987. This move was necessitated by her own declining health, and physical limitations of her advancing age. She moved to an retirement apartment in Edgerton, Wisconsin. Edgerton was Ruth's town of residence. This new proximity of residence better facilitated Grace's overall care, and also enabled many more visits from family. After about five years in the apartment, further decline in health required her transfer to the extended care wing at Edgerton Hospital. It was there that she died, with family at her side. She is buried at Shiloh, alongside of Stanley. An interesting side note of her burial was that she had specifically requested that there would be no graveside ceremony. A number of family disregarded this request ( myself included) and we went to witness the internment. The man who delivered the burial vault turned out to be a longtime family friend. Then, when the casket was lowered, the grave needed to be filled. As this was February, the original dirt from the hole was not suitable for that use. That dirt was frozen and would not fill the grave properly. A dump truck of clean, sandy soil was brought into the cemetery. After the family sprinkled some dirt into the hole, the dump truck was backed up and tipped its load. I asked the driver where this particular dirt had been procured. He told me that it had come from the quarry on Shiloh Road. That quarry, had been the site of the old Samuelson Farm. It struck me as it was quite an irony. Grandma would have said, "A serendipity." "-e-mail family memories contributed by Chris ELONICH (25 Oct 2010).

They had the following children:

 

 

           41 M ii. Keith Albert SAMUELSON was born180,181 on 19 Aug 1929 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. He died169,182,183 on 3 Feb 1932 in University Hospital, Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin, USA. He was buried184 in 1932 in Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., Wisconsin, USA.
 

     + 42 F i. Ruth SAMUELSON .

 

Above: LEFT: Ruth and Mary SAMUELSON on the SAMUELSON Farm in Shiloh abt 1936-37 - RIGHT: Ruth and Mary SAMUELSON playing on the SAMUELSON Farm abt 1937

 

    + 43 F iii. Mary Theodora SAMUELSON was born on 24 Nov 1934. She died in Maywood, Illinois, from cancer on 28 Jun 1982. She was cremated and her remains scattered at Cave Point, Door County WI.

      

     +  58 M iv. Bob SAMUELSON was born213: (Bob SAMUELSON added 25 Oct 2010 with information from Chris ELONICH),

"Ruth Samuelson Barrette has only a few memories of her older brother. The other three children; Ruth, Mary, and Bob, lived a number of years in Sturgeon Bay. All three left home anytime after the age of seventeen."-e-mail family memories contributed by Chris ELONICH (25 Oct 2010)


 

 29. Charles Louis FELLOWS (Julia Helene SAMUELSON, Svend Anton SAMUELSON, Samuel) was born185 on 18 Jun 1898 in Algoma, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, USA. He died186,187 on 9 Jun 1968 in Algoma Mem. Hospital, Algoma, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, USA. He was buried188 on 12 Jun 1968 in Evergreen Cem., Algoma, Kewaunee, WI.  Charles was counted in a census189 in 1900 in Summit Town, Langlade County, Wisconsin. He was employed190 as own automotive garage in 1929 in Algoma, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, USA.   Charles married191 Norma Ida BUSCH daughter of Johannes F. BUSCH and Ida Otille KUEHLMANN on 9 Feb 1926 in Waukegan,, Illinois, USA. Norma was born192 on 24 Jul 1903 in ,, Wisconsin, USA. She died193 on 10 Jun 1987 in Algoma, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, USA.

 

They had the following children:

 

        44 M i. William Brookfied FELLOWS .

 

          45 F ii. Charlotte FELLOWS.  Charlotte resided194 on 13 Jun 1968 in Houston, , Texas, USA. Charlotte married KING .


 

 30. Frank Samuelson FELLOWS (Julia Helene SAMUELSON, Svend Anton SAMUELSON, Samuel) was born195,196 on 4 Oct 1899 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. He died197 in Dec 1979 in Sulphur, Calcasieu, Louisiana, USA.   Frank was counted in a census198 in 1900 in Summit Town, Langlade County, Wisconsin. He served in the military199 WWI Draft Registration in 1918 in Algoma, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, USA. He was counted in a census200 in 1930 in Portland City, Multnomah, Oregon, USA. He resided201 on 13 Jun 1968 in Sulphur, Calcasieu, Louisiana, USA. Frank married202 Clarissa Antoinette LEMMER on 25 Aug 1923 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA. Clarissa was born203,204 on 22 Jan 1900 in Marathon, Wisconsin, USA. She died205 on 4 Apr 1991 in Sulphur, Calcasieu, Louisiana, USA.


They had the following children:

 

        46 M i. Charles L. FELLOWS was born206 about 1925 in ,, Pennsylvania, USA.

 

          47 F ii. Mary E. FELLOWS was born207 about 1927 in ,, New York, USA.
 


 

Fifth Generation


 

 42. Ruth SAMUELSON (Stanley Gordon SAMUELSON, Albert Samuel SAMUELSON, Svend Anton SAMUELSON, Samuel) was born208,209 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA.  Ruth married210 Gilbert Joseph BARRETTE . Gilbert died211,212 in 1994.

 

They had the following children:

 

     + 48 M i.  Douglas BARRETTE .

 

            49 M ii. Dan BARRETTE .

 

            50 M iii. Paul BARRETTE was born213, and died a few years ago213.

 

            51 F iv. Kathleen BARRETTE .

 

            52 F v. Mary Claire BARRETTE .


 

 43. Mary Theodora SAMUELSON (Stanley Gordon SAMUELSON, Albert Samuel SAMUELSON, Svend Anton SAMUELSON, Samuel) was born213,214 on 24 Nov 1934 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA. She died215 on 28 Jun 1982. She was buried216 in Cave Point, Door, Wisconsin, USA. Mary married Joseph Remo ELONICH .

    

Above: LEFT: Ruth and Mary SAMUELSON at the SAMUELSON Family Farm in Shiloh abt 1939 - RIGHT: Mary Theodora (SAMUELSON) ELONICH-in the SAMUELSON Restaurant parking lot.

 

 

They (Mary and Joseph Remo ELONICH) had the following children:

 

         53 F i.  Diane Marie ELONICH       

 

         54 M i. Christopher Joseph ELONICH* .

 

 58. Robert SAMUELSON (Stanley Gordon SAMUELSON, Albert Samuel SAMUELSON, Svend Anton SAMUELSON, Samuel) was born213 in Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin, USA.  Robert married Lassie (Laurie-Ann?) THOMAS213.

 

       They had the following children:

 

           59 F i.  Julie Ann SAMUELSON213

 

           60 M ii Stanley SAMUELSON213.        

       


 


 

Sixth Generation


 

 48. Douglas BARRETTE (Ruth SAMUELSON, Stanley Gordon SAMUELSON, Albert Samuel SAMUELSON, Svend Anton SAMUELSON, Samuel).  BARRETTE married HINES .

 

They had the following children:

 

       55 i. BARRETTE .

 

        56 ii. BARRETTE .

 

      57 M iii. Alexander Hines BARRETTE was born217 on 14 Dec 1985. He died218 on 14 Dec 1985.

 



 


Appendix A - Sources


 

1. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.""Svend Anton Samuelson" (by Joyce GERDMAN): My great grandfather, was born in Christiania, (Oslo) Norway on January 24, 1825, on the farm Mitsum in Krogstad parish and came to America in 1854. He died January 13th, 1891 in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. His parents were, father Samuel SWENSON TROSTRUD, born 1780 in Norway, died 1850, buried in Christiania. His mother was Johanna HAUGERUD, born 1796 in Christiania, Norway, died 1880 in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Svend SAMUELSON married Hannah CHRISTENSEN, in Borebakken near Christiania in 1864. They moved to Valders, & Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin in 1873 and had a farm on Shiloh Road. He became a member of the 15th Wisconsin Regiment as a Second Lieutenant of Company F, in the Civil War. He served two yhears and left the service early because of poor health. When he returned to Wisconsin, he served in the Wisconsin State Assembly, from Manitowoc Cty, in Madison. Also, he served for a while as a Justice of Peace. His ability to write and speak English quite well helped him in these endeavors. Svend had 12 children. They were:

                     1. Josephine Marie - Born 1865-Married Emil JOHNSON

                     2. Oscar Johan - Born 1867 - married Bertha HENDRICKS

                     3. Albert Samuel - Born 1869 - married Hilma THOMPSON

                     4. Fred - Born 1871 - Married Gustie

                     5. Alfred - Born 1872 - Married Florence HAUPERT

                     6. Jennie Louise - Born 1875 - Married Halvor TRODAHL

                     7. Julia Helene - Born 1876 - Married Will FELLOWS

                     8. Alice Sophie - Born 1877 - Single

                     9. Olive Charlotte - Born 1879 - Single

                   10. Norman Ludvig - Born 1881 - married Minnie THOMPSON

     Two of the children died in childhood, Adelia, buried in Sturgeon Bay, WI and Emlie, buried in Manitowoc (Valders) WI. Svend and Hannah are buried in the Bayside Cemetery, Sturgeon Bay, WI near the road called Bay Shore Drive. Adelia (4) and Johanna (grandmother, 84) are buried in Samuelson's cemetery, near the family homestead. Several of Svend's married children moved from Sturgeon Bay to Daggett, Michigan in the fall of 1892 (Albert & Dora, Jennie & Halvor, Josephine & Emil, Oscar & Bertha). Olive and Alice stayed in Sturgeon Bay. Ten or twelve families had already moved to Daggett, MI. The land was quite reasonable, so it was a good deal for them. Joyce KNUDSON GERDMAN's grandparents, Josephine SAMUELSON JOHNSON and Emil JOHNSON had married and lived in Sturgeon Bay. They had four children, Idelia, William, Roy and Laurel JOHNSON. (Joyce GERDMAN's mother). They moved to Daggett. Laurel came back and went to high school just north of Sturgeon Bay. Met my father in Ephraim, WI while working. They married in 1929, and had four daughters, Joyce, Grace, Evelyn and Elaine. They owned Evergreen Beach Resort since 1944, in Ephraim, WI When Svend died the local paper said "Mr. SAMUELSON has always been regarded as an upright and just

man. He leaves a wife and ten children to mourn a good and affectionate husband and father. The funeral takes place on Monday and the remains will leave the house at 12:00 and proceed to the Moravian Church. After the procession, will take up it's line of march and proceed to bayside Cemetery. He was a member o the Henry S. Schuyler Post G (Veterans group). Information came from: Svend's letters, Ester TRODAHL, Ruth SAMUELSON BARRETTE, Gottfried MAYER, Copies of death records - Joyce GERDMAN."from Chris ELONICH-Oct 2010.

2. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

3. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

4. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

5. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

6. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B-bill reque, reque@ix.netcoom.com (2001)-Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

7. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

8. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B-bill reque, reque@ix.netcoom.com (2001)-Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

9. CEMETERY: Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., WI-PGS Website-picture and index.Samuelson, S. (Section 3)/Co. E. 15th Wis. Vol. Inf./D. 15 Jan 1891/AE: 66 y. (Father/1826-1891).

10. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

11. CEMETERY: Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., WI-PGS Website-picture and index.Samuelson, S. (Section 3)/Co. E. 15th Wis. Vol. Inf./D. 15 Jan 1891/AE: 66 y. (Father/1826-1891).

12. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

13. CEMETERY: Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., WI-PGS Website-picture and index.Samuelson, S. (Section 3)/Co. E. 15th Wis. Vol. Inf./D. 15 Jan 1891/AE: 66 y. (Father/1826-1891).

14. U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles-Ancestry.com-Svend SAMUELSON, Ancestry.com-found 21 Oct 2010."Name: Svend Samuelson-Residence: Eaton, Wisconsin-Age at enlistment: 36-enlistment date: 1 Nov 1862-Rank at enlistment: 2nd Lieut.-State Served: Wisconsin-Survived the War: Yes-Service Record: Commissioned an officer in on 11 Jan 1862. Mustered out on 15 Nov 1863-Birth Date: abt 1826-Sources: Roster of Wisconsin Volunteers: War of the Rebillion Research by Kent SALOMON.".

15. Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin Genealogy by Ralph PLUMB-Chap. 8: Civil War Regiments: Co. F-Svend Samuelson."Company F was wholly from Manitowoc county, being commanded by Captain Charles Gustaveson of the town of Rapids, a former soldier in the Norwegian army, while the second lieutenant was also a Manitowoc county man, Svend Samuelson of Eaton. The regiment was mustered in at Camp Randall on Feb. 14, 1862 and a month later was transferred to St. Louis. It served faithfully for three years, being engaged at Stone River, in the various battles before Atlanta and remaining in Tennessee until December 1864, when the men were mustered out. A few soldiers from the county went into the Sixteenth regiment and fully half a company in the Nineteenth was also made up of Manitowoc men, W. W. Bates, the shipbuilder, being captain of Co. K, serving ably throughout the Atlanta campaign."Svend mustered out due to illness 1863.

16. 15th Wisconsin Volunteer Regiment-Scandinavian Regiment-online at www.norway.org/ARCHIVE/1999/199904battlefields/.

"Norwegian soldiers on Civil War battlefields At the upcoming reenactment of the Battle of Chickamauga in Georgia, a Norwegian Civil War story will be told. In September, the 15th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry will be recreated at Chickamauga to tell an almost forgotten tale of brave immigrants turned soldiers. News of Norway, issue 4, 1999Led by Colonel Hans Christian Heg, the 15th Wisconsin was known as the Scandinavian regiment. Though thousands of Norwegians served on both sides of the war, the 15th in the Federal Army was the only Scandinavian regiment on either side. The soldiers of the 15th were predominantly Norwegian, including Col. Heg, but there were officers and enlisted men from Denmark and Sweden as well. The soldiers of the 15th were immigrants who had settled in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin.The idea to include the Scandinavian regiment in the reenactment that takes place Sep. 17-19 came from Scott Meeker, a computer software salesman from Wisconsin. Meeker, who has been a Civil War reenactor for years, was working with a reenactment group in Wisconsin, piecing together parts of the 15th Wisconsin's story and reenacting it for the public in Norwegian- American communities in Wisconsin. Late in the summer of 1997, Meeker heard about the plans to reenact the Battle of Chickamauga, where the 15th suffered large losses. "I thought that it would be very special if we could arrange for the 15th to be portrayed as a part of the overall reenactment and got involved with trying to make that happen," Meeker said. In order to pitch the idea to the Chickamauga organizing committee, Meeker needed to know more about the story he was pitching. A reenactment is not the mere physical portrayal of a historical moment.According to Meeker, the participants need to know who their characters were, what the dynamics of the regiment were like and so on. The reenactors not only paint the picture but they relive and experience a situation that took place over a hundred years ago. For an untrained eye, a reenactment might look like utter chaos, but every battle is carefully planned, in detail, years in advance.When taking a closer look at the 15th, Meeker discovered that a lot of the 15th's history was inaccessible to him due to a language barrier, as the literature about the regiment was mostly in Norwegian. Meeker then began doing his own research. The results of his research so far can be seen at the 15th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry web site at www.15thwisconsin.net <http://www.15thwisconsin.net/>. Meeker said that he felt this was the best way to make the material accessible to the public.The web site offers the full history of the 15th and profiles many of the soldiers and their stories. Currently, Meeker is working on finding the personal stories and destinies of the 906 officers and enlisted men of the 15th Wisconsin. One can also find the latest news on the upcoming reenactment at Chickamauga.There is also a help page on the web as Meeker is dependent upon information from relatives or family friends in order to piece together the story of the 15th. Currently, he is in search of the name of an unknown soldier, whose picture is displayed on the page.The 15th Wisconsin reenactment at Chickamauga will be closed to the general public. However, a special viewing arrangement has been granted to descendants of the 15th's soldiers, a group visiting from Scandinavia and others who have a special interest in the 15th Wisconsin, according to Meeker. The special guests will get to watch the battle at the Viniard's Farm, which takes place early Saturday morning on Sep. 18.The Battle of Chickamauga, which took place Sep. 12-20, 1863, was the second bloodiest battle of the Civil War. In 4 hours of battle, the 15th Wisconsin suffered around 50 percent casualties. When the 15th went into the fight on the right wing of the Federal Army under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Johnson, there were 176 officers and enlisted men. The morning after the battle, only 75 officers and enlisted men answered roll call. A number of the 15th's men ended up in the notorious Andersonville Prison Camp. If it hadn't been for two companies left behind at Island No. 10, which the 15th helped capture, the 15th Wisconsin would have ceased to exist. For their bravery at Chickamauga, several of the 15th's soldiers were awarded the rank of Brevet Captain.Col. Heg, who had been crucial in recruiting the men of the Scandinavian regiment that was mustered into service on Feb. 14, 1862, at Camp Randall in Madison, Wis., was among the casualties. The popular Norwegian born officer who had emigrated to the U.S. in 1840 died in a field hospital the day after the battle.He would never know that Major General William S. Rosencrans, commander of the Army of the Cumberland, had intended to promote Heg to Brigadier General. Heg was still the highest ranked Wisconsin soldier killed in the Civil War, though. Rosencrans, who was relieved of his duty as commander of the Army of the Cumberland after the defeat at Chickamauga, said of Heg: "His bravery, demonstrated in many engagements, is unquestioned. It is not however, the reckless daring of an unskilled and careless man, but the cool and determined valor of a competent, thoughtful commander. He is prudent, but not timid; deliberate, but not slow in movement. In person he is of medium size, rather slender, and with features more than ordinarily prepossessing. With the courage he has power of endurance so natural to the Scandinavian, and well calculated to share the hardships and privations of a march as he directs the movements of his command."Heg, who was the first Norwegian elected to a Wisconsin state-wide office, was buried at the Norway Lutheran Church Cemetery near Wind Lake, Wisc.But the 15th Wisconsin cannot only be found in Georgia this fall. The history of the Scandinavian regiment will also appear at an outdoor history museum during Southeastern Wisconsin Labor Day weekend. The event will include a reunion of descendants of the 15th's soldiers, a warm up event for the reenactors and portrayal of what life was like for the 15th Wisconsin soldiers of the Federal Army. Two weeks later, the reenactors of the 15th Wisconsin will be among some 10,000 people expected to take part at Chickamauga.Information Scott Meeker can be contacted via e-mail at s.c.meeker@mailbag.com <mailto:s.c.meeker@mailbag.com> or mail to 3301 High Road, Middleton, WI 53562.To learn more about the 15th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, please visit www.15thwisconsin.net <http://www.15thwisconsin.net/>.".

17. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

18. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

19. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

20. 1880 Census: WI, Door, Sturgeon Bay: SAMUELSON, Sven and Hannah and family.-P.4."SAMUELSON, Sven-W-M-(54)-Married-Farmer-born Norway-father and mother born Norway; SAMUELSON, Hannah-W-F-(38)-Wife-Married-Wife-born Norway-father and mother born Norway; SAMUELSON, Josepine-W-F-(15)-daughter-Keep house-Single-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Norway; SAMUELSON, Oscar-W-M-(12)-Son-At home-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Norway; SAMUELSON, Albert-W-M-(10)-Son-at home-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Norway; SAMUELSON, Fredrick-W-M-(9)-Son-at home-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Norway; SAMUELSON, Alfred-W-M-(7)-Son-at home-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Norway; SAMUELSON, Jenny-W-F-(5)-Daughter-at home-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Norway; SAMUELSON, Julia-W-F-(4)-daughter-at home-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Norway; SAMUELSON, Alis-W-F-(2)-daughter-at home-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Norway; SAMUELSON, Olif-W-F-(1)-daughter-at home-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Norway.".

21. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN."When Svend died the local paper said: 'Mr. Samuelson has always been regarded as an upright and just man. He leaves a wife and ten children to mourn a good and affectionate husband and father. The funeral takes place on Monday and the remains will leave the house at 12:00 and proceed to the Moravian Church. After the procession, will take up it's line of march and proceed to Bayside Cemetery. he was a member of the

Henry S. Schuyler Post G. (Veterans group).' ".

22. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.""Svend Anton Samuelson" (by Joyce GERDMAN): My great grandfather, was born in Christiania, (Oslo) Norway on January 24, 1825, on the farm Mitsum in Krogstad parish and came to America in 1854. He died January 13th, 1891 in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. His parents were, father Samuel SWENSON TROSTRUD, born 1780 in Norway, died 1850, buried in Christiania. His mother was Johanna HAUGERUD, born 1796 in Christiania, Norway, died 1880 in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Svend SAMUELSON married Hannah CHRISTENSEN, in Borebakken near Christiania in 1864. They moved to Valders, & Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin in 1873 and had a farm on Shiloh Road. He became a member of the 15th Wisconsin Regiment as a Second Lieutenant of Company F, in the Civil War. He served two yhears and left the service early because of poor health. When he returned to Wisconsin, he served in the Wisconsin State Assembly, from Manitowoc Cty, in Madison. Also, he served for a while as a Justice of Peace. His ability to write and speak English quite well helped him in these endeavors. Svend had 12 children. They were:1. Josephine Marie - Born 1865-Married Emil JOHNSON2. Oscar Johan - Born 1867 - married Bertha HENDRICKS3. Albert Samuel - Born 1869 - married Hilma THOMPSON4. Fred - Born 1871 - Married Gustie5. Alfred - Born 1872 - Married Florence HAUPERT6. Jennie Louise - Born 1875 - Married Halvor TRODAHL7. Julia Helene - Born 1876 - Married Will FELLOWS8. Alice Sophie - Born 1877 - Single9. Olive Charlotte - Born 1879 - Single10. Norman Ludvig - Born 1881 - married Minnie THOMPSON Two of the children died in childhood, Adelia, buried in Sturgeon Bay, WI and Emlie, buried in Manitowoc (Valders) WI. Svend and Hannah are buried in the Bayside Cemetery, Sturgeon Bay, WI near the road called Bay Shore Drive. Adelia (4) and Johanna (grandmother, 84) are buried in Samuelson's cemetery, near the family homestead. Several of Svend's married children moved from Sturgeon Bay to Daggett, Michigan in the fall of 1892 (Albert & Dora, Jennie & Halvor, Josephine & Emil, Oscar & Bertha). Olive and Alice stayed in Sturgeon Bay. Ten or twelve families had already moved to Daggett, MI. The land was quite reasonable, so it was a good deal for them. Joyce KNUDSON GERDMAN's grandparents, Josephine SAMUELSON JOHNSON and Emil JOHNSON had married and lived in Sturgeon Bay. They had four children, Idelia, William, Roy and Laurel JOHNSON. (Joyce GERDMAN's mother). They moved to Daggett. Laurel came back and went to high school just north of Sturgeon Bay. Met my father in Ephraim, WI while working. They married in 1929, and had four daughters, Joyce, Grace, Evelyn and Elaine. They owned Evergreen Beach Resort since 1944, in Ephraim, WI When Svend died the local paper said "Mr. SAMUELSON has always been regarded as an upright and just man. He leaves a wife and ten children to mourn a good and affectionate husband and father. The funeral takes place on Monday and the remains will leave the house at 12:00 and proceed to the Moravian Church. After the procession, will take up it's line of march and proceed to bayside Cemetery. He was a member o the

Henry S. Schuyler Post G (Veterans group). Information came from: Svend's letters, Ester TRODAHL, Ruth SAMUELSON BARRETTE, Gottfried MAYER, Copies of death records - Joyce GERDMAN."

23. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN."See Citation 1 for full text."Page 2 of Svend Anton SAMUELSON by Joyce GERDMAN.

24. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B-bill reque, reque@ix.netcoom.com (2001)-Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

25. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B-bill reque, reque@ix.netcoom.com (2001)-Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

26. CEMETERY: Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., WI-PGS Website-picture and index.SAMUELSON, Mother (Sec. 3)/1842-1926.

27. 1880 Census: WI, Door, Sturgeon Bay: SAMUELSON, Sven and Hannah and family.-P.4.

28. 1900 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: JOHNSON, Emil and Josephine next to Hannah SAMUELSON."JOHNSON, Emil-Head-W-M-b. Nov 1864-(35)-married 7 years-b. Norway, parents b. Norway-Immig. 1872-(28 years in U.S.-Na-carpenter-can read and write-Owned-Mortgaged-House; JOHNSON, Josephine-Wife-W-F-b. Jun 1865-(34)-married 7 years-(2) children born-(2) children still living-b. Wisconsin-parents b. Norway-can read and write; JOHNSON, Adelia-daughter-W-F-b. Sep 1894-(5)-Single-b. Wisconsin-father b. Norway, mother b. wisconsin-at school 10 months of year; JOHNSON, William-son-W-Male-b. Apr 1897-(3)-b. Wisconsin-father b. Norway-mother b. Wisconsin; living with them: BERGEN, Laura-(no relation)-W-F-b. Aug 1873-(26)-Singles-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Norway-Clerk Dry Goods-can read and write; ECKERT, Emma-W-F-b. June 1878-(21)-Single-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Bohemia-Book-keeper-can read and write; NEXT DOOR TO THEM: SAMUELSON, Hannah and Norman.".

29. 1910 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: SAMUELSON, Hannah and daughters next to dau. Jennie L. TRODAHL."Maple Ave.: SAMUELSON, Hannah-Head-Female-White-(67)-Widow-(12) children born-(10) still living-b. Norwegian (Nor)-father and mother b. Norway (Nor)-immigrated 1863-speaks English-own income; SAMUELSON, Alice-daughter-Female-White-(31)-Single-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Norway (Nor)-Book keeper-Department store; SAMUELSON, Olive-daughter-female-white-(30)-Single-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Wisconsin-Dressmaker-by the day; LIVING NEXT DOOR: TRODAHL, Halver-Head-Male-White-(36)-M1 (1st marriage)-12 years married-b. Norwegian (Nor)-father and mother b. Norway (Nor)-immigrated 1880-Na (citizenship. not applicable)-speaker English-Sailor-Lumber Barges; TRODAHL, Jennie L.-Wife-Female-White-(36)-M1 (1st marriage)-12 years married-(3) children born-(3) children still living-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Norway (Nor); TRODAHL, Howard S.-Son-Male-White-(11)-Single-b. Wisconsin-father b. Norway (Nor), mother b. Wisconsin; TRODAHL, Ula L.-daughter-female-white-(7)-Single-b. Wisconsin-father b. Norway (Nor)-mother b. Wisconsin-TRODAHL, Harry J.-Son-male-white-(2)-Single-b. Wisconsin-father b. Norway (Nor)-mother b. Wisconsin.".

30. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

31. 1900 Census: MI, Leland, Leelanau: SAMUELSON, Fredrick-lighthouse keeper."SAMUELSON, Fredrick-Boarder-(living with other lighthouse keepers)-White-Male-b. Aug 1871-(28)-Single-b. Wisconsin-parents b. Norway-occupa.: Light Keeper-months not employed (0)-can read or write.".

32. 1900 Census: MI, Leland, Leelanau: SAMUELSON, Fredrick-lighthouse keeper.

33. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

34. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

35. CEMETERY: Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., WI-PGS Website-picture and index.SAMUELSON, Alfred C. (Sec. 3)/1872-1952.

36. CEMETERY: Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., WI-PGS Website-picture and index.SAMUELSON, Alfred C. (Sec. 3)/1872-1952.

37. CEMETERY: Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., WI-PGS Website-picture and index.SAMUELSON, Alfred C. (Sec. 3)/1872-1952.

38. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

39. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

40. CEMETERY: Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., WI-PGS Website-picture and index.SAMUELSON, Florence H. (Sec. 3)/1892-(no other dates) {as of 1970 cem. index}.

41. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

42. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

43. WI Pre-1907 Deaths-Manitowoc Co.:www.2manitowoc.com/deathindexS.html: SAMUELSON, Emilie Christine."SAMUELSON, Emilie Christine-Death date: 11 Dec 1879: V. 2 p. 94.".

44. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

45. 1910 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: SAMUELSON, Hannah and daughters next to dau. Jennie L. TRODAHL.

46. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

47. CEMETERY: Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., WI-PGS Website-picture and index.SAMUELSON, Olive (Sec. 3)/1879-1953.

48. 1900 Census-WI, Langlade, Summit Town: FELLOWS, William H. and Julia H. and family-SAMUELSON, Olive boader."FELLOWS, William H.-Head-White-Male-Birthdate: Jun 1875-(24)-married (3) years-b. Wisconsin, father b. Vermont-mother b. Wisconsin; FELLOWS, Julia H.-wife-White-Female-b. Mar 1876-(24)-married (3) years-(2) children born-2 children still living-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Norway; FELLOWS, Charles L.-Son-White-Male-b. Jun 1898-(1)-single-b. Wisconsin-father b. Wisconsin, mother b. Norway; FELLOWS, Frank S.-Son-White-male-b. Oct 1899-(7/12)-Single-b. Wisconsin-father b. Wisconsin-mother b. Norway; Living with them: SAMUELSON, Olive-Boarder-White-Female-July 1879-(20)-Single-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Norway.".

49. CEMETERY: Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., WI-PGS Website-picture and index.SAMUELSON, Olive (Sec. 3)/1879-1953.

50. CEMETERY: Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., WI-PGS Website-picture and index.SAMUELSON, Olive (Sec. 3)/1879-1953.

51. 1900 Census-WI, Langlade, Summit Town: FELLOWS, William H. and Julia H. and family-SAMUELSON, Olive boader.

52. 1910 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: SAMUELSON, Hannah and daughters next to dau. Jennie L. TRODAHL.

53. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

54. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

55. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

56. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

57. 1900 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: JOHNSON, Emil and Josephine next to Hannah SAMUELSON.

58. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

59. 1900 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: JOHNSON, Emil ,Josephine next door to SAMUELSON, Hannah and THRODEL Halvor."MAPLE AVE: JOHNSON, Emil-Head-White-Male-b. Nov 1864-(35)-Married 7 yrs.-b. Norway-parents b. Norway-Immigrated 1872-28 yrs in U.S.-Na-Carpenter-can read & write-owns home-mortgaged house; JOHNSON, Josephine-Wife-White-Female-b. Jun 1865-(34)-married 7 yrs-(2) children born-(2) still living-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Norway; JOHNSON, Adelia-daughter-White-Female-b. Sep 1894-(5)-Single-b. Wisconsin-Father b. Norway-Mother b. Wisconsin-at school; JOHNSON, William-Son-White-Male-b. Apr 1897-(3)-b. Wisconsin; Living with them: BERGER, Laura-White-Female-b. Aug 1873-(26)-Single-b. Wisconsin-Clerk-Dry Goods; ECKERT, Emma-White-Female-b. Jun 1878-(22)-Single-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Bohemia-Book Keeper; LIVING NEXT DOOR: SAMUELSON, Hannah-wife-White-Female-b. Nov 1843-(56)-Widow-Married 36 yr.-(12) children born-(10)still living-b. Norway-parents b. Norway-Immig. 1855?-(45) yrs. in U.S.-no occupation listed; SAMUELSON, Norman-Son-White-male-b. Aug 1882-(18)-Single-b. Wisconsin-farme laborer; LIVING NEXT DOOR: THRODEL, Halver-Head-White-Male-b. Dec 1874-(25)-Marr. 2 yr.-b. Norway-Immig. 1890-(10) yr. in U.S. - Sailor-can read and write; THRODEL, Jennie-Wife-White-female-B. Feb 1875-(25)-Marr. 2 yr.-b. Wisconsin-(1) child born-(1)still living; THRODEL, Howard-Son-White-Male-b. Jun 1899-(11/12)-Single-b. Wisconsin.".

60. 1910 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: JOHNSON, Emil and Josephine and family."JOHNSON, Emil-Head-male-White-(44)-1st Marriage-17 years married-b. Norway (nor)-parents b. Norway-immigrated 1876-Na (citizenship-not applicable)-English-laborer-Odd Jobs; JOHNSON, Josephine-Wife-Female-White-(44)1st marriage-17 years married-(4) children born-(4) children still living-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Norway (Nor)-English; JOHNSON, Delia-daughter-Female-White-(16)-Single-b. Wisconsin-father b. Norway (Nor), mother b. Wisconsin; JOHNSON, William-Son-Male-White-(13)-Single-b. Wisconsin-father b. Norway (Nor)-mother b. Wisconsin; JOHNSON, Roy-Son-Male-White-(7)-Single-b. Wisconsin-father b. Norway (Nor)-mother b. Wisconsin; JOHNSON, Laura-daughter-Female-White-(2)-Single-b. Wisconsin-father b. Norway (Nor)-mother b. Wisconsin.".

61. 1920 Census: MI, Menominee Co., Stephenson TWP: JOHNSON, Emil G. and Josephine and family."JOHNSON, Emil G.-Head-owned home-mortgaged-Male-White-(56)-married-immig. 1871-Na (citizenship)-b. Norway-Father b. Norway-Mother b. Norway-Farmer-Gen. Farming; JOHNSON, Josephine-Wife-Female-White-(54)-Married-b. Wisconsin, Father and mother b. Norway; JOHNSON, Roy-Son-Male-White-(17)-Single-b. Wisconsin-father b. Norway-mother b. Wisconsin-farmer-Home farm; JOHNSON, Laurel-Daughter-Female-White-(12)-Single-b. Wisconsin-father b. Norway-mother b. Wisconsin.".

62. 1930 Census: MI, Menominee Co., Daggett TWP: JOHNSON, Emil G. and Josephine M."JOHNSON, Emil-Head-Male-White-(66)-Married 27 yrs-b. Norway, parents b. Norway-immig. 1872-Na-Farmer-General Farm; JOHNSON, Josephine M.-Wife-H-Female-White-64-Married 27 yrs-b. Wisconsin-parents b. Norway.".

63. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

64. 1900 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: JOHNSON, Emil and Josephine next to Hannah SAMUELSON.

65. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

66. 1900 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: JOHNSON, Emil and Josephine next to Hannah SAMUELSON.

67. 1900 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: JOHNSON, Emil ,Josephine next door to SAMUELSON, Hannah and THRODEL Halvor.

68. 1910 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: JOHNSON, Emil and Josephine and family.

69. 1920 Census: MI, Menominee Co., Stephenson TWP: JOHNSON, Emil G. and Josephine and family.

70. 1930 Census: MI, Menominee Co., Daggett TWP: JOHNSON, Emil G. and Josephine M.

71. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

72. 1900 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: JOHNSON, Emil and Josephine next to Hannah SAMUELSON.

73. 1900 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: JOHNSON, Emil ,Josephine next door to SAMUELSON, Hannah and THRODEL Halvor.

74. 1910 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: JOHNSON, Emil and Josephine and family.

75. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

76. 1900 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: JOHNSON, Emil and Josephine next to Hannah SAMUELSON.

77. 1900 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: JOHNSON, Emil and Josephine next to Hannah SAMUELSON.

78. 1910 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: JOHNSON, Emil and Josephine and family.

79. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

80. 1910 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: JOHNSON, Emil and Josephine and family.

81. 1920 Census: MI, Menominee Co., Stephenson TWP: JOHNSON, Emil G. and Josephine and family.

82. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

83. 1900 Census: WI, Door, Town of Sturgeon Bay: SAMUELSON, Oscar J. and Bertha and family."SAMUELSON, Oscar J.-Head-W-M-b. Dec 1868-(31)-married 7 years-B. Wis.-parents b. Norway-Renting-Mortgaged-Farm; SAMUELSON, Bertha-Wife-W-F-b. June 1866-(33)-married 7 years-2 children born-2 still living-b. Norway-parents b. Norway; SAMUELSON, Adelia S.-daughter-W-F-b. Apr 1895-(5)-Single-b. Wisconsin-father b. Wisconsin-mother b. Norway-at home; SAMUELSON, Florence H.-daughter-W-F-b. Dec 1899-5/12-b. Wisconsin-father b. Wisconsin-mother b. Norway-at home.".

84. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

85. 1900 Census: WI, Door, Town of Sturgeon Bay: SAMUELSON, Oscar J. and Bertha and family.

86. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

87. 1900 Census: WI, Door, Town of Sturgeon Bay: SAMUELSON, Oscar J. and Bertha and family.

88. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

89. 1900 Census: WI, Door, Town of Sturgeon Bay: SAMUELSON, Oscar J. and Bertha and family.

90. 1900 Census: WI, Door, Town of Sturgeon Bay: SAMUELSON, Oscar J. and Bertha and family.

91. 1900 Census: WI, Door, Town of Sturgeon Bay: SAMUELSON, Oscar J. and Bertha and family.

92. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B: bill reque: reque@ix.netcom.com (updated 2001). -Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

93. CEMETERY: Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., WI-PGS Website-picture and index.SAMUELSON: Albert S. - 1869-1944, on same stone as Hilma T.-Sec. 12 - from PGS Website map.

94. CEMETERY: Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., WI-PGS Website-picture and index.SAMUELSON, Albert S. (Sec. 12)/1869-1944, on same stone as Hilma T.

95. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

96. 1920 Census: WI, Door, Sturgeon Bay, Ward 4, Dist 72, #25 Maple Ave.: SAMUELSON, Albert A. and Hilma T. and family."SAMUELSON, Albert A.-Head-Male-White-Owned home-Free of mortgage-(50)-married-Born Wisconsin-father and mother b. Norway-can Read & Write; SAMUELSON, Hilma T.-Wife-Female-White-(41)-married-born Wisconsin-parents born Norway; SAMUELSON, Stanley G.-Son-Male-White-(15)-Single-born Wisconsin-parents born Wisconsin; SAMUELSON, James-Son-Male-White-(11)-Single-born Wisconsin-parents born Wisconsin; SAMUELSON, Francis A.-Son-Male-White-(9)-Single-born Illinois-parents b. Wisconsin; SAMUELSON, Rodger E.-son-male-white-(1 5/12)-Single-born Wisconsin-parents b. Wisconsin.".

97. Manitowoc County Marriages-online at www.2manitowoc.com/marS.html.

"SAMUELSON: Albert Samuel m: 05 Sep 1900 (co. mar. index v.7 p.114) to: Hilma Theodore(sic) Thompson.".

98. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B-bill reque, reque@ix.netcoom.com (2001)-Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

99. CEMETERY: Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., WI-PGS Website-picture and index.Bayside Cem: Sec. 12-from PGS Website: SAMUELSON, Hilma T. 1877-1958, on same stone as Albert S.

100. CEMETERY: Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., WI-PGS Website-picture and index.SAMUELSON, Hilma T. (Sec. 12)/1877-1958, on same stone with Albert S.

101. 1920 Census: WI, Door, Sturgeon Bay, Ward 4, Dist 72, #25 Maple Ave.: SAMUELSON, Albert A. and Hilma T. and family.

102. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B-bill reque, reque@ix.netcoom.com (2001)-Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

103. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B-bill reque, reque@ix.netcoom.com (2001)-Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

104. 1920 Census: WI, Door, Sturgeon Bay, Ward 4, Dist 72, #25 Maple Ave.: SAMUELSON, Albert A. and Hilma T. and family.

105. Illinois, Cook County Birth Registers, 1871-1915 for Samuelson; FamilySearch.org: SAMUELSON, Male, b. 8 Jan 1908."Name: SAMUELSON (Francis A.-see 1920 Census-WI, Door, Sturgeon Bay); b. 8 Jan 1908-Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois, United States-Gender: Male-Father's name: Albert Samuel SAMUELSON-Mother's Name: Hilma Theodora THOMPSON-Film Number 1315045-Digital Folder Number: 4271747-Image Number 999-Reference Number-307.".

106. 1920 Census: WI, Door, Sturgeon Bay, Ward 4, Dist 72, #25 Maple Ave.: SAMUELSON, Albert A. and Hilma T. and family.

107. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B-bill reque, reque@ix.netcoom.com (2001)-Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

108. CEMETERY: Shiloh Moravian Cemetery, Town of Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI.-PGS Website index and pictures. .SAMUELSON, Roger (Spike)/1918-1987.

109. CEMETERY: Shiloh Moravian Cemetery, Town of Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI.-PGS Website index and pictures. .SAMUELSON, Roger (Spike)/1918-1987.

110. 1920 Census: WI, Door, Sturgeon Bay, Ward 4, Dist 72, #25 Maple Ave.: SAMUELSON, Albert A. and Hilma T. and family.

111. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

112. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

113. 1900 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: JOHNSON, Emil and Josephine next to Hannah SAMUELSON.

114. 1910 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: SAMUELSON, Hannah and daughters next to dau. Jennie L. TRODAHL.

115. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

116. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

117. 1910 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: SAMUELSON, Hannah and daughters next to dau. Jennie L. TRODAHL.

118. 1910 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: SAMUELSON, Hannah and daughters next to dau. Jennie L. TRODAHL.

119. 1900 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: JOHNSON, Emil and Josephine next to Hannah SAMUELSON.

120. 1910 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: SAMUELSON, Hannah and daughters next to dau. Jennie L. TRODAHL.

121. 1910 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: SAMUELSON, Hannah and daughters next to dau. Jennie L. TRODAHL.

122. 1900 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: JOHNSON, Emil ,Josephine next door to SAMUELSON, Hannah and THRODEL Halvor.

123. 1910 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: SAMUELSON, Hannah and daughters next to dau. Jennie L. TRODAHL.

124. 1900 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: JOHNSON, Emil and Josephine next to Hannah SAMUELSON.

125. 1910 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: SAMUELSON, Hannah and daughters next to dau. Jennie L. TRODAHL.

126. 1910 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: SAMUELSON, Hannah and daughters next to dau. Jennie L. TRODAHL.

127. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

128. Ancestry.com.Walker Family Tree - <pwalkerroe> found on Ancestry.com: William H. FELLOWS and Julia H. SAMUELSON and family.

129. Ancestry.com.Walker Family Tree - <pwalkerroe> found on Ancestry.com: William H. FELLOWS and Julia H. SAMUELSON and family.

130. Kewaunee County Genealogy website-Cemetery Transcriptions-Kewaunee Co., WI-online 23 Oct 2010.Julia H. on same stone as William H. in Evergreen Cem.

131. 1900 Census-WI, Langlade, Summit Town: FELLOWS, William H. and Julia H. and family-SAMUELSON, Olive boader.

132. 1910 Census: WI, Kewaunee, Algoma City: FELLOWS, William H. and Julia H. and family."FELLOWS, William H.-head-Male-White-(34)-M1 (one marriage)-14 years-b. Wisconsin-father b. Vermont, mother b. Wisconsin-English-Rural Mail Carrier, United States; FELLOWS, Julia H.-wife-Female-White-(34)-M1 (one marriage)-14 years-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Nor. Norwegian-English; FELLOWS, Charles L.-Son-Male-White-(11)-Single-b. Wisconsin, mother and father b. Wisconsin; FELLOWS, Frank S.-Son-Male-White-(10)-Single-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Wisconsin; FELLOWS, Donald McK-Son-Male-White-(8)-Single-Wisconsin-father and mother b. Wisconsin; FELLOWS, Venice L.-Daughter-Female-White-(6)-Single-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Wisconsin; FELLOWS, Beulah K., Daughter-Female-White-(3)-Single-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Wisconsin.".

133. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

134. Ancestry.com.Walker Family Tree - <pwalkerroe> found on Ancestry.com: William H. FELLOWS and Julia H.

SAMUELSON and family.

135. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

136. Ancestry.com, found 23 Oct 2010.Walker Family Tree - <pwalkerroe> found on Ancestry.com: William H. FELLOWS and Julia H. SAMUELSON and family.

137. Ancestry.com.Walker Family Tree - <pwalkerroe> found on Ancestry.com: William H. FELLOWS and Julia H. SAMUELSON and family.

138. Ancestry.com.Walker Family Tree - <pwalkerroe> found on Ancestry.com: William H. FELLOWS and Julia H. SAMUELSON and family.

139. 1900 Census-WI, Langlade, Summit Town: FELLOWS, William H. and Julia H. and family-SAMUELSON, Olive boader.

140. 1880 Census: WI, Door, Sturgeon Bay: SAMUELSON, Sven and Hannah and family.-P.4.

141. 1910 Census: WI, Kewaunee, Algoma City: FELLOWS, William H. and Julia H. and family.

142. Ancestry.com.Walker Family Tree - <pwalkerroe> found on Ancestry.com: William H. FELLOWS and Julia H. SAMUELSON and family.

143. Ancestry.com.Walker Family Tree - <pwalkerroe> found on Ancestry.com: William H. FELLOWS and Julia H. SAMUELSON and family.

144. OBIT-Algoma Record Herald-13 Jun 1968-FELLOWS, Charles L."ARH June 13, 1968Charles L. Fellows, 69, Sixth Street, Algoma, died at 11:55 a.m. Sunday at Algoma Memorial hospital after a two year illness. For many years he was in the automotive business. Funeral service wer at 2 p.m. Wednesday at United Medhtodist church. The Rev. A Wendell Stoneburner officiated and burial will be in the Evergreens. Masonic rites were conducted A Haucke funeral hom at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday.Mr. Fellows was born Juen 18, 1898 in the Town of Ahnapee. He was a child when the family moved from Stoney Creek to Algoma. He graduated from Algoma High school in 1916 and was employed at various gargrages until 1929 when he built his own garage. He continued it iperation for a number of years and after disposing of this business entered the emply of Ropson Motor Sales. He retired in the fall of 1967. Mr. Felllows served in the U.S. armed forces several months. He was a member of Key Lodge No. 174 and Ernest Haucke American Legion post. he is survived by his wife, the former Norma Busch, who he married Feb. 9, 1926 at Waukegan, Ill; a son, William Brookfied; a daughter, Mrs. Charlotte King, Houston Texas and five grandchildren. Also remaining are two sisters, Mrs. William Bauerfeind, Appleton, and Mrs. William Rudwell, Tallmadge, Ohio and three brothers, Dr. Frank Fellows, Sulphur, La; Donad, Lehigh Acres, Fla. and Richard, Santa Monica, Calif. He was preceded in death by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Fellows.".

145. Ancestry.com.Walker Family Tree - <pwalkerroe> found on Ancestry.com: William H. FELLOWS and Julia H. SAMUELSON and family.

146. Ancestry.com.Walker Family Tree - <pwalkerroe> found on Ancestry.com: William H. FELLOWS and Julia H. SAMUELSON and family.

147. Ancestry.com.Walker Family Tree - <pwalkerroe> found on Ancestry.com: William H. FELLOWS and Julia H. SAMUELSON and family.

148. Ancestry.com.Walker Family Tree - <pwalkerroe> found on Ancestry.com: William H. FELLOWS and Julia H. SAMUELSON and family.

149. Ancestry.com.Walker Family Tree - <pwalkerroe> found on Ancestry.com: William H. FELLOWS and Julia H. SAMUELSON and family.

150. Ancestry.com.Wisconsin Births, 1820-1907: Beulah FELLOWS-Birth date: 16 Apr 1907-County: Kewaunee-Reel: 0099-Record: 001285.

151. OHIO Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944 and 1958-2007: Beulah FELLOWS-RUDWELL - d. 26 Dec 2003-Tallmadge, Summit, OH (Ancestry.com -found 23 Oct 2010)."Name: Beulah FELLOWS-RUDWELL [Beulah FELLOWS]-Birth date: 16 Apr 1907-Gender: Female-Race: White-not Hispanic (Latino)-Residence City: Tallmadge-Residence County: Summit-Residence State: Ohio-Residence Zip Code: 44248-Residence Country: United States-Death Date: 26 Dec 2003-Death Time; 06:50 AM-Hospital of Death: Akron General Medical Center or Summa Health Systems South-City of Death: Tallmadge-County of Death: Summit-Certificate: 105182-Age at Death: 96-Registrar's Certificate Number: 002807-Certifier: Physician-Referred to Coroner: No Referred to Coroner-Autopsy: No Autopsy performed-Method of Disposition: Cremation-Filing 31 Dec 2003-Hospital Status: hospital/Inpatient-Injury at Work: Unclassifiable-Social Security Number: 296-40-4088-Father's surname: FELLOWS-Mother's Maiden Name: Samualson-Marital Status: Widowed-Education: 2 years college-Armed Forces Indicator: No-Industry of Decedent: Industry Not Classifiable-Occupation of Decedent: Industry No Classifiable-Primary Registration District: 7701.".

152. OBIT-Algoma Record Herald-13 Jun 1968-FELLOWS, Charles L.

153. OHIO Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944 and 1958-2007: Beulah FELLOWS-RUDWELL - d. 26 Dec 2003-Tallmadge, Summit, OH.

154. OBIT-Algoma Record Herald-13 Jun 1968-FELLOWS, Charles L.

155. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B-bill reque, reque@ix.netcoom.com (2001)-Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

156. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

157. CEMETERY: Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., WI-PGS Website-picture and index.SAMUELSON, Norman (section 2)/7 Aug 1881-5 Mar 1961, in ground stone, next to Minnie.

158. CEMETERY: Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., WI-PGS Website-picture and index.SAMUELSON, Norman (section 2)/7 Aug 1881-5 Mar 1961, in ground stone, next to Minnie.

159. CEMETERY: Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., WI-PGS Website-picture and index.SAMUELSON, Norman (section 2)/7 Aug 1881-5 Mar 1961, in ground stone, next to Minnie.

160. 1900 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: JOHNSON, Emil and Josephine next to Hannah SAMUELSON.

161. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B-bill reque, reque@ix.netcoom.com (2001)-Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

162. CEMETERY: Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., WI-PGS Website-picture and index.SAMUELSON, Minnie (Sec. 2)/31 Dec 1871-15 Mar 1960, in ground stone, next to Norman.

163. CEMETERY: Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., WI-PGS Website-picture and index.SAMUELSON, Minnie (Sec. 2)/31 Dec 1871-15 Mar 1960, in ground stone, next to Norman.

164. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

165. 1910 Census: WI, Door, City of Sturgeon Bay: JOHNSON, Emil and Josephine and family.

166. 1920 Census: MI, Menominee Co., Stephenson TWP: JOHNSON, Emil G. and Josephine and family.

167. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

168. SAMUELSON Family History: Svend Anton Samuelson by Joyce GERDMAN.

169. E-mail from Chris J. ELONICH to PGS-Oct 2010-regarding SAMUELSON Cemetery and family.

170. Wisconsin Births and Christenings, 1826-1926 for Samuelson-FamilySearch.org: SAMUELSON, Male, b. 13 Aug 1904, FamilySearch.org."Name: SAMUELSON-Gender: Male-Birth Date: 13 Aug 1904-Birthplace: Sister Bay, Liberty, Door, Wisconsin-Race: White-Father's Name: Albert SAMUELSON-Father's Birthplace; Wis.-Mother's name: Dora THOMPSON-Mother's Birthplace: Wis.-Indexing Project (Batch) Number C00311-0 - System Origin: Wisconsin-EASy - Source Film Number: 1302864 - Reference Number P300 cn 00992.".

171. E-mail from Chris J. ELONICH to PGS-Oct 2010-regarding SAMUELSON Cemetery and family.

172. CEMETERY: Shiloh Moravian Cemetery, Town of Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI.-PGS Website index and pictures. .SAMUELSON, Stanley G./GY SGT US MARINE CORPS/13 Aug 1904-17 May 1980, in ground metal marker.

173. CEMETERY: Shiloh Moravian Cemetery, Town of Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI.-PGS Website index and pictures. .SAMUELSON, Stanley G./GY SGT US MARINE CORPS/13 Aug 1904-17 May 1980, in ground metal marker.

174. 1920 Census: WI, Door, Sturgeon Bay, Ward 4, Dist 72, #25 Maple Ave.: SAMUELSON, Albert A. and Hilma T. and family.

175. CEMETERY: Shiloh Moravian Cemetery, Town of Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI.-PGS Website index and pictures. .In ground metal marker: Grace Keith SAMUELSON, 26 Aug 1904-16 Feb 1995.

176. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B: bill reque: reque@ix.netcom.com (updated 2001). -Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

177. CEMETERY: Shiloh Moravian Cemetery, Town of Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI.-PGS Website index and pictures. .SAMUELSON, Grace KEITH/26 Aug 1904-16 Feb 1995, in ground metal marker.

178. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B: bill reque: reque@ix.netcom.com (updated 2001). -Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

179. CEMETERY: Shiloh Moravian Cemetery, Town of Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI.-PGS Website index and pictures. .SAMUELSON, Grace KEITH/26 Aug 1904-16 Feb 1995, in ground metal marker.

180. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B-bill reque, reque@ix.netcoom.com (2001)-Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

181. Ancestry.com.

Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B: bill reque: reque@ix.netcom.com (updated 2001). -Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

182. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B-bill reque, reque@ix.netcoom.com (2001)-Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

183. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B: bill reque: reque@ix.netcom.com (updated 2001). -Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

184. CEMETERY: Bayside Cem., Town of Sevastopol, Door Co., WI-PGS Website-picture and index.SAMUELSON, Keith A. (Sec. 12)/1929-1932.

185. Ancestry.com.Walker Family Tree - <pwalkerroe> found on Ancestry.com: William H. FELLOWS and Julia H. SAMUELSON and family.

186. Ancestry.com.Walker Family Tree - <pwalkerroe> found on Ancestry.com: William H. FELLOWS and Julia H. SAMUELSON and family.

187. OBIT-Algoma Record Herald-13 Jun 1968-FELLOWS, Charles L.

188. OBIT-Algoma Record Herald-13 Jun 1968-FELLOWS, Charles L.

189. 1900 Census-WI, Langlade, Summit Town: FELLOWS, William H. and Julia H. and family-SAMUELSON, Olive boader.

190. OBIT-Algoma Record Herald-13 Jun 1968-FELLOWS, Charles L.

191. Ancestry.com.Walker Family Tree - <pwalkerroe> found on Ancestry.com: William H. FELLOWS and Julia H. SAMUELSON and family.

192. Ancestry.com.Walker Family Tree - <pwalkerroe> found on Ancestry.com: William H. FELLOWS and Julia H. SAMUELSON and family.

193. Ancestry.com.Walker Family Tree - <pwalkerroe> found on Ancestry.com: William H. FELLOWS and Julia H. SAMUELSON and family.

194. OBIT-Algoma Record Herald-13 Jun 1968-FELLOWS, Charles L.

195. Ancestry.com.Walker Family Tree - <pwalkerroe> found on Ancestry.com: William H. FELLOWS and Julia H. SAMUELSON and family.

196. WI Births and Christenings, 1826-1926 for Frank FELLOWS-b. 4 Oct 1899 bp: Sturgeon Bay (FamilySearch.org)."Name: Frank S. FELLOWS-Gender: Male-Birth Date: 4 Oct 1899-Birthplace: Sturgeon Bay, Door, Wisconsin-Race: White-Father's Name: William H. FELLOWS-Father's Birthplace: Algoma-Mother's Name: Julia H. SAMUELSON-Mother's BIrthplace: Sturgeon Bay-Indexing Project (Batch) Number C00310-8-System Origin-Wisconsin-EASy-Source Film Number: 1302863-Reference Number item 2 p 484.".

197. Ancestry.com.Walker Family Tree - <pwalkerroe> found on Ancestry.com: William H. FELLOWS and Julia H. SAMUELSON and family.

198. 1900 Census-WI, Langlade, Summit Town: FELLOWS, William H. and Julia H. and family-SAMUELSON,

Olive boader.

199. WWI Draft Registration: Frank Sam FELLOWS: Algoma Wisc. 12 Sep 1918."Frank Sam FELLOWS-place: Algoma Wisc-age 19-Date of birth: 4 Oct 1898-Race: White-Present Occupation: R. R. Depot-Employer's Name: A & W. R. R.-Place of Employment: Algoma, Wisc.-Nearest relative: Mother: Mrs. W. H. FELLOWS-Algoma Wisc.-his signature: Frank S. FELLOWS-Height: Tall-Build: Slender-Eyes: Blue-Hair: Brown-no physical marks-Jos. J. LANSCOTT?.".

200. 1930 Census: OREGON, Multnomah, Portland City-FELLOWS, Frank S. and Clarice A. and family."Irving St.: FELLOWS, Frank S.-Head-Renting-Value of home: 55.00-Male-White-(30)-Married 23 years-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Wisconsin-Occupation: Physiciaan-U.S. Public Health Ser.-Veteran-WW (World War); FELLOWS, Clarice A.-Wife H-Female-White-(30)-Married 23 years-b. Wisconsin-father and mother b. Wisconsin-Occupation: None; FELLOWS, Charles L.-Son-Male-White-(5)-b. Pennsylvania-father and mother b. Wisconsin-; FELLOWS, Mary E.-daughter-Female-White-(2 4/12)-b. New York-father and Mother b. Wisconsin.".

201. OBIT-Algoma Record Herald-13 Jun 1968-FELLOWS, Charles L.

202. Ancestry.com.Walker Family Tree - <pwalkerroe> found on Ancestry.com: William H. FELLOWS and Julia H. SAMUELSON and family.

203. Ancestry.com.Walker Family Tree - <pwalkerroe> found on Ancestry.com: William H. FELLOWS and Julia H. SAMUELSON and family.

204. WI Births and Christenings, 1826-1926 for Clarissa LEMMER: Name: Clarissa LEMMER-b. 22 Jan 1900-Marathon, WI (FamilySearch.org)."Name: Clarissa LEMMER-Gender: Female-Birth date: 22 Jan 1900-Birthplace: Marathon, Wisconsin-Race: White-Father's Name: John M. LEMMER-Father's Birthplace: Mar. City-Mother's Name: Rosa BAUER-Mother's Birthplace: Mar. City-Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C00319-0-System Origin: Wisconsin-EASy-Source Film Number: 1305087-Reference Number P191 rn 329.".

205. SSDI-Clarice A. FELLOWS-d. 4 Apr 1991. (Ancestry.com)."Name: Clarice A. FELLOWS-SSN: 434-08-6525; Last Residence: 70663 Sulphur, Calcasieu, Louisiana, USA-Born: 22 Jan 1900-Died: 4 Apr 1991-State (Year) SSN issued: Louisiana (1973).".

206. 1930 Census: OREGON, Multnomah, Portland City-FELLOWS, Frank S. and Clarice A. and family.

207. 1930 Census: OREGON, Multnomah, Portland City-FELLOWS, Frank S. and Clarice A. and family.

208. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B-bill reque, reque@ix.netcoom.com (2001)-Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

209. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B: bill reque: reque@ix.netcom.com (updated 2001). -Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

210. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B: bill reque: reque@ix.netcom.com (updated 2001). -Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

211. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B-bill reque, reque@ix.netcoom.com (2001)-Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

212. Ancestry.com.

Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B: bill reque: reque@ix.netcom.com (updated 2001). -Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

213. E-mails from Chris J. ELONICH to PGS-Oct 2010-regarding SAMUELSON Cemetery and family.

214. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B: bill reque: reque@ix.netcom.com (updated 2001). -Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

215. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B: bill reque: reque@ix.netcom.com (updated 2001). -Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

216. E-mail from Chris J. ELONICH to PGS-Oct 2010-regarding SAMUELSON Cemetery and family.

217. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B-bill reque, reque@ix.netcoom.com (2001)-Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

218. Ancestry.com.Ancestry World Tree Project: Reque2000B-bill reque, reque@ix.netcoom.com (2001)-Svend Anton SAMUELSON family.

219. WI Pre-1907 Deaths: #00583: Name of deceased: Johanne SORNSON-Color: White-Sex: Female-Age: Last Birthday 13 Mar 1879-Name of Father: Arne HANSON-Name of Mother: Dorothea HAUGRE-Place of birth: Norway Christiania-Date of birth and date of death: 13 Mar 1794-16 Jan 1880-Cause of death: (blank)-Name of place in which person died: Sturgeon Bay-Name of burial ground in which interred: Sturgeon Bay-Name of person returning certificate: Chr. MADSEN-Residence of such person: Sturgeon Bay-Date of certificate: 9 Feb 1880-Date of Registration: 31 Mar 1880.

 

 


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