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|Name:||Erikine || |
|Passenger on:||Ship Nordens Dronning 1871, from Stavanger May 13 to Quebec July 14|| |
|Source:||NAC C-4526 list 57 - Transcribed by Bob Hookom - 2003|| |
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|Submitted by Steven Quam, 02. januari 2018|
|The wife of Christian Olson, residing near
the Shiloh church, died of appolexy Thursday
morning. She was born In Norway about sev
enty-five years ago, and In 1850, at Stavanger,
became the wife of Mr. Olson. In 1871 the
family came to America (via Quebec) and located at Mani
towoc, where they remained until 1878, when
they removed to the town of Sturgeon Bay.
Five children were born to them, of which
three survive. These are Ole, of Kenosha,
Andrew, of his place, and Mrs. Martin N.
Johnson, of Sturgeon Bay town. The funeral
occurs from the, late home of the deceased on
next Sunday morning, Rev. Sam. Groenfeldt
In Shiloh Cemetery plot the following text is located: (so this gives alternate names spellings)
QUAM, Ergina (Argena) Dzlsjor O./Unmarked Grave: Lot Owner: Martin JOHNSON- Shiloh Cemetery Section 1-Shiloh Lot Number 25, submitted by Shiloh Church Lot And Cemetery Association-11 Jun 2011, PGS Sec. 2.|
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