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Posted - 25/09/2006 :  22:05:45  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
We are trying to find out what happened to a relative, Otto Lloyd Iverson, born in 1922 in Beulah, Mercer County, ND. His parents were Christian Matthew Iverson (1880-1968) and Alida Helland Iverson (1887-1935). Otto's sister, Anna Belle Easton, had apparently arranged for her brother to live in a retirement or nursing home in Milwaukee, WI. When Anna died in ND Oct. 7, 2002, neighbors tried to contact the brother, but the letter was returned unopened. Does anyone have access to death records in and around Milwaukee? We have tried to get help from the Deeds Office at the Milwaukee County Courthouse, but they will not help us unless we know the date of his death (vicious circle...). Thanks for any information!

Jean Marthaler
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Posted - 26/09/2006 :  01:06:08  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
This info is on, this might be your Otto.

U.S. Public Records Index Record
about Otto L Iverson
Name: Otto L Iverson
Birth Date: 21 Jun 1923
Street Address: 2076 South 68th St
City: Milwaukee
County: Milwaukee
State: Wisconsin
Zip Code: 53219
Phone Number: 414
Household Members: Name Est. Age Birth Year
Otto L Iverson 83 1923

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Posted - 28/09/2006 :  11:59:31  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You could also try here:;jsessionid=2E4E922919C4117F2AF1EE85F2047D07?searchFName=otto&searchMName=l&searchLName=iverson&searchCity=&searchState=&searchApproxAge=80&adID=10002101&x=58&y=13
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Posted - 01/10/2021 :  10:39:59  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Family search take on Otto Lloyd Iverson:
Event Type Obituary
Name Otto Lloyd Iverson Resident
Sex Male
Event Date 16 Dec 2009
Event Place Wisconsin, United States
Residence Date 13 Dec 2009
Residence Place Elizabeth Residence
Burial Place Union Grove
Death Date 13 Dec 2009
Newspaper Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

From SSDI:
Name Otto L Iverson
Middle Name L
State North dakota
Last Place of Residence Ozaukee, Wisconsin
Previous Residence Postal Code 53092
Age 86
Birth Date 21 Jun 1923
Death Date 13 Dec 2009
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Posted - 04/10/2021 :  14:35:16  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Interesting that this old post has turned up again!
It was quite a process to find Otto Lloyd Iverson, but we finally found him and visited him twice before he passed away. He was the first cousin of my mother-in-law, but the family had lost touch with his parents many years ago. One day, I got the idea of looking for some sort of organization for senior citizens in Beulah, ND, and when I found one, I called one of the officers listed. She recognized the name right away and could tell me that he was in a nursing home in Milwaukee. We got in touch with them and arranged to visit the next time we were in the US. I think we were the only relatives who visited Otto during his stay at the nursing home. Otto had a guardian, and we could keep up to date through him, and we were also informed when Otto died. We could not attend the funeral, but since it was small, everyone seemed to think we were a part of it, and my husband's name was mentioned in the obituary as a survivor!
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