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Name:Ole Halversen 
Passenger on:Bark Drafna 1848, from Drammen May 30 to New York Aug. 5 
Source:NARA Roll # 82, arr. no.1059 - Transcribed by BÝrge Solem - 2001 
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Submitted by Dennis Dodds g-g grandson, 03. juli 2015
Ole Halverson settled in Rock County WI m Carrie Baker who was born in 1826 and had four children. Albert in 1855, Jennie (Mrs. Geo. Thompson) in 1857, Andrew in 1859, and Ida on May 10, 1863. By 1880 the familyt was settle in Oakland, Franklin Co. IA. Ole Halverson died Sept 19, 1910 and is buried in the Union Cemetery, Flandreau, Moody CO, SD information from assorted family records 1880 census and WI records

Submitted by Dennis Dodds g-g grandson, 03. juli 2015
Ida Halverson married Harry HelgeGothompson Gaarder. Lived in Graettonger IAA. Had two children. Harold was my grandfather. Both children orphaned very early in life. Harold went to live with his uncle Andrew and settled in Hancock, MN where he married Doranna Jansen, had two children, and died in 1954. Information from family records, 1910, 1920, censuses, and Stevens CO MN death records. Harold and Doranna Gorder buried at Lakeside Cemetery, Hancock, MN

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