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A family tree on Ancestry.com has Peter later marrying a woman named Rose Bukovich, with whom he had a daughter Sandra Anitha, b. 1943 in Milwaukee.
Peter had a Railroad Board Social Security number.
|WANNEBO, Peter Varge (I20450)
A Robert David Marshall was born in St. Louis County on August 13, 1915, to a woman whose maiden name was Szczyaielski. His SS# was issued in Minnesota before 1951. That is the Robert Marshall who died in June of 1972 (apparently outside of Minnesota).
In the 1920 census, four-year-old Robert Marshall is the son of Mike and Clara Marshall of Duluth. Clara, 30, was born in Wisconsin to parents born in Germany. Mike, 33, was born in Minnesota to parents born in Ireland. He was a laborer for a roofing company. Robert had a 7 year-old sister Dorothy.
That family was still in Duluth in 1930 (as Mickle M and Clara Marshal). There was now a third child, Lorraine, 12, apparently missed in the 1920 census. Mickle is a foreman in a blacksmith shop. Dorothy, now 18, is a stock girl in a paint and varnish factory. Now Mickle’s and Clara’s parents were born in Poland.
Mike Martin Marshall registered for the draft in Duluth on June 5, 1917. He was a sheet metal worker for a roofing company and was married with a wife and two children. He had been born in Duluth on 15 Oct 1886 and lived at 4616 W Michigan St. He is probably the Michael M Marshall who died in St. Louis County on 20 Feb 1943. His wife is probably the Clara Ann Marshall who died in St. Louis County on 25 Mar 1965.
In the 1940 Duluth city directory, he and Gertrude live at 506 East 6th. His occupation is laborer. In the 1944 Duluth city directory, he is Robert D Marshall, wife Gertrude, a utilityman for the Division of Public Works. They live at 1616-1/2 East 6th.
In the 1940 census, he and Gertrude and Robert live at 505 East 6th Street in Duluth. He was a laborer for a public works project (and answered “yes” for Column 22). Robert had had 3 years of high school, Gertrude had had 1 year of high school.
His obit was published in the Newport News Daily Press on p. 6 of its 20 Jun 1972 issue.
His obit on Find A Grave:
Robert 'Bob' Marshall was born and lived most of his life in Duluth, Minnesota. He was the son of Michael Martin Marshall and Clara (nee Szczygielska) Marshall and the only son of four children of the couple. A sister, Florence, died in infancy.
Bob married Gertrude Nellie June (nee Anderson) Hendrickson on August 1, 1938 in Duluth. The couple had four children, all sons. Their first child, David Dale, died shortly after his birth. Bob worked for the Duluth City Water Works Department.
Bob and Gertrude relocated for a few years to Newport News, Virginia, prior to his passing there. His sister Dorothy and her husband, Walter Paulsen, had been living in Newport News for some time. Bob worked for the Newport News City while there.
Bob was preceded in death by his infant son, David Dale. He was survived by his wife, three sons, his step-children, two grandchildren, and his sister Dorothy Paulsen.
|MARSHALL, Robert David (I1047)
According to a Record of Aliens Pre-Examined in Canada, from 22 June 1922, he came to the U.S. from Norway in 1901, arriving in New York. His last permanent address was Nokomis, Saskatchewan. His nearest relative in Norway was his sister Raghild Lakvoll in Christiania. He had last visited the U.S. in 1921, departing for Canada in April. He was going to see his wife Olga and family in Little Falls and intended to stay for two months.
In February of 1923, he was recorded as entering the U.S. at the port of Winnipeg. This may be the travel referred to in the pre-examination noted above. He claimed to have no family in Canada. His last permanent address was in Nokomis. His final destination was Little Falls.
He was a farm laborer in Little Falls in the 1930 census.
In the 1940 census, he was an inmate in the Anoka State Hospital in Anoka County, Minnesota, where he had resided since at least 1935. The census form refers to that institution as an insane asylum.
|LEIKVOLL, Sven Knute (I11409)
According to the article on her wedding in the Two Rivers newspaper, she was a graduate of Lawrence College in Appleton.
Rose Muriel Ellingboe, age 74, of 1309 Reed Ave., Manitowoc, died Saturday, March 9, 2002 at her residence.
Muriel was born Feb. 29, 1928 in Manitowoc, daughter of the late Oscar and Rose Glander Lindemann.
She attended First German Evangelical Lutheran Church School, and later Lincoln High School where she graduated with the class of 1946. Muriel continued her education at Lawrence University where she graduated with the Bachelor of Science Degree in 1950.
Muriel married Charles Ellingboe Sept. 20, 1952 at First German Evangelical Lutheran Church, Manitowoc. She was a member of First German Evangelical Lutheran Church, Ladies Aid, and drove for the Red Cross for many years.
Survivors include her husband Charles Ellingboe, Manitowoc; one daughter, Sarah Ellingboe, Menomonee Falls; one son and daughter-in-law, Charles and Marti Ellingboe Jr., Oldsmar, Fla.; four granddaughters, Lauren, Hannah, Elizabeth and Claire Ellingboe, all of Oldsmar, Fla.; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Oscar and Margaret Lindemann, Valders, Philip and Elizabeth Lindemann, Valders; two sisters-in-law, Jeanne Lindemann, Manitowoc, Lois Riopelle, Menomonee Falls; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends also survive. Besides her parents, Muriel was preceded in death by one brother, John Lindemann Sr., one sister-in-law and two brothers-in-law, James and Shirley Ellingboe, Wilfred Riopelle.
|LINDEMANN, Rose Muriel (I8281)
Arland McKittrick, 91, of Viola, passed away on Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015, at Vernon Memorial Hospital in Viroqua.
He was born in the town of Clayton, Crawford County, Wis., to Ernest and Matilda (Borland) McKittrick. He married Dorothy Ekum on June 30, 1948, in Viroqua. They farmed in this area all of their married lives.
He graduated from Readstown High School. He attended college at Platteville and at Madison.
He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. While in the Army during World War II, he served in France, Austria and the Philippines. He received the Good Conduct Medal, the Combat Infantryman Badge, the Victory Medal, European Theatre Patch and the Pacific Theatre Patch. He was a member of the Viola American Legion Post and the Truax/Longmire VFW Post 8483.
He was a longtime member of the Sugar Grove Church of Christ, serving on the church board, as a Sunday school teacher and Sunday school superintendent.
He was a past member of the Kickapoo Area School Board, the Richland County Board, the Kickapoo FFA Alumni and Richland County 4-H leaders. He was a charter member of the Richland County DHIA. He was instrumental in starting a protein milk market board in west central Wisconsin. He was a national and state FFA alumni member and received the honorary state farmer degree.
He was a 4-H leader for 23 years, recognized as Leader of the Year in 1981. He was a mentor to several young boys. He did cattle judging all over the state of Wisconsin and taught many young people the technique of dairy cattle judging.
Arland was known for his enjoyment of pitching softball. The story was told of a team that hadn’t lost a game in five years. When they played two different teams that Arland pitched for they lost both times.
He is survived by his wife, Dorothy, of Viola; two sons, Larry of Tomah and Tom (Christe) of Cincinnati; one daughter, Ellen (Bob) Miller of Viola; 10 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; one sister-in-law, June McKittrick of Richland Center; and 1 brother-in-law, Tom Ekum of Kansas.
He was preceded in death by his parents; one daughter, Arlana Merry; one daughter-in-law, Sara McKittrick; four brothers (and wives), Oscar, Archie (Ruth), Melvin (Helen) and Neely; and three sisters (and husbands), Nellie (Carol) Anderson, Myrle (Allan) Randall and Olive (Clifford) Dull.
Funeral services were held on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015, at Sugar Grove Church of Christ. Pastor Dennis Johnson officiated and burial was in the Sugar Grove Cemetery.
|MCKITTRICK, Arland J (I546)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||GROSS, W.J. (I19271)
At the time of his death, he and Deborah and family lived at 733 Martha Lane in Woodbury. He was a supervisor at Plasma Alliance.
|CARTER, Charles Nye (I939)
Berg, Marjorie G. Age 92 of Bloomington. Preceded in death by husband, Paul. Survived by sons, Mark (Janice), Brian (Betty), Anthony (Yolanda), Lawrence (LeeAnn) and Grant (Diana); 13 grand- children and 13 great-grandchildren; sister, Beatrice Johnston. Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday 11 AM at the Church of St. Bonaventure, 901 East 90th Street. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Visitation Monday 5-8 PM at Gill Brothers Funeral Chapel, 9947 Lyndale Ave. So. and 1 hour prior to mass at church. Memorial preferred to the Church of St. Bonaventure.
|LAPPING, Marjorie Gertrude (I4840)
Bonnie Lee Bousman, 69, of Viroqua and formerly of Westby, passed away on Tuesday, July 7, 2015, at Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center in La Crosse surrounded by her family.
She was born on Dec. 15, 1945, in Viroqua to Lawrence and Eileen (Nundahl) Mikkelson. She grew up on the family farm on Asbury Ridge, rural Viroqua. Her children and siblings all enjoyed the memories of the farm that Mom so vividly remembered. Her ability to relive and share her memories with the most finite of details was always a delight for the listeners to hear. Bonnie attended Viroqua High School and on Aug. 3, 1963, she married Norman Bousman in Caledonia, Minn. She worked as a housekeeper at the Vernon Memorial Hospital and Bethany St. Joseph Care Center, as well as for many private families. She loved to clean and took great pride in her work.
Bonnie loved to go for car rides, cruise car lots, but especially enjoyed reminiscing about the cars of her youth and her beloved Edsel hubcaps that were her Daddy’s. Bonnie enjoyed old-time music, visiting with her family and dancing a good polka. She will forever be remembered for her mouthwatering cherry cheesecake and “Bonnie’s Baked Beans,” a family favorite at family gatherings. Bonnie always had a twinkle in her eye, a dimpled grin and a “Heigutt” to share.
Bonnie is survived by her husband, Norman; her children, Teresa (Mark Helgeson) of Stoddard, Carrie (Patrick Dahlquist) of Decorah, Iowa, and Nathan (Rebecca Elton) of Sparta; her grandchildren, Taylor, Ethan, Leah, Camille and Owen Dahlquist of Decorah, Iowa, Lauren and Marisa Helgeson of Stoddard, and Abigail Bousman of Sparta. She is also survived by two great-granddaughters, Eileigh and Emiyah Dahlquist of Decorah; four sisters, Elaine DeWitt of Westby, Cheryl (John) Nelson of Westby, Patricia (Roger) Potts of La Crosse and Vicki (Lonnie) Christianson of Coon Valley; three brothers, Randy Mikkelson of Westby, Kent (Renae) Mikkelson of Westby and Kurt Mikkelson of Viroqua; other relatives and many friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents; brothers, Arden and Charles who drowned in Texas and Jerry David Mikkelson who died in infancy; a nephew, Jerry Mikkelson; two brothers-in-law, Jerry DeWitt and Bill Bausman; and many beloved uncles, aunts and cousins.
Funeral services were held on Friday, July 10, 2015, at the Thorson Funeral Home in Viroqua with Pastor Julie Wollman officiating. Burial was in the Westby Coon Prairie Cemetery at rural Westby. Serving as honorary casket bearers were Tyler Mikkelson, Eric Mikkelson and Jason Mikkelson. Serving as casket bearers were Jordan Nelson, Evan Nelson, Joel DeWitt, Brian Christianson, Brady Christianson, Kevin Potts and Garrett Mikkelson.
|MIKKELSON, Bonnie Lee (I4410)
Born at home. Attending physician was C.A. Witham or Wickam. He was the same doctor who delivered Vivian. Bess also attended the delivery. Birth certificate noted that “opthalmia neonatorum prophylactic” was administered.
Baptismal sponsors: Mr. and Mrs. Al Carlson and Mrs. G.H. Deiters.
Confirmed at Minnehaha Lutheran Church, June 5, 1938, Pastor Tenner Thompson.
Minneapolis Roosevelt High School, June 5, 1942.
In an interview in his last year of life, when his memory was suspect, DHC recalled the 1938 visit to Viroqua which he found very boring because of all the visiting of relatives. He claimed it was a two-week trip, during which time they stayed at the Ekums’ Cozy Cabins. (It was only one week.) He remembers playing golf one day with his dad at the Viroqua golf course. He also recalls meeting one of Carl’s sons, who was about his age, showing him around Carl’s tobacco farm. DHC remembers that Carl’s farm produced especially good chewing tobacco. He also learned about trapping moles.
In that interview, DHC also recalled his appendicitis operation in 1940, after which he spent time (including his 16th birthday) in the hospital and watched the Aquatennial parade from the balcony of the hospital. (This is recorded in Cora’s diary.)
Registered for the draft on 15 Dec 1942 at the Masonic Temple Building in downtown Minneapolis. At that time, his employer was Thomas F Burniece of Economy Sheet Metal.
Inducted into the US Army November 24, 1943 at the age of 19. Entered active service December 14, 1943, at Fort Snelling. Service Number 37 582 663, clerk-typist, bookkeeper, radio operator. Left Minneapolis on a troop train on December 23, 1943. Discharged as grade T/4, Field Artillery. Trained at Camp Roberts in California and Camp Van Dorn in Mississippi. Went overseas January 15, 1945. Served in 63rd Infantry Division, Artillery Battalion, HQ Battery.
Discharge papers indicated that DHC served in the Rhineland and Central Europe campaigns. He was awarded the American Theater Service Medal, the European-African-Middle Eastern Service Medal, and the Good Conduct Medal. He was vaccinated for smallpox in September, 1943, Typhoid in November of 1945 and January of 1946, and Tetanus in January of 1945. He was an expert in “carbine.”
Total “Continental Service” was 1 year, 25 days. Total “Foreign Service” was 1 year, 3 months, and 26 days. “Longevity for pay purposes” was 2 years, 5 months, and 11 days.
Departure for the ETO (European Theater of Operations) was on January 5, 1945. Arrival was January 14, 1945, a transit of 9 days.
His ASR score was 39 so he was toward the back of the line when it came to returning home. His departure for the USA from Europe was on April 20, 1946. Arrival was on April 30, 1946, a transit of 10 days.
Separation papers indicated that discharge was through the Separation Center, Camp McCoy, Wisconsin, completed on the 4th of May, 1946. Papers were signed by “Neville B. Borzarth, Major AC.” These papers were filed with the Hennepin County Register of Deeds on May 7, 1946, at 9:10 AM. His honorable discharge was as a technician fourth grade, Headquarters battery, 63rd Division Artillery, service number 37 582 663.
Discharge papers indicated height 5-11, weight 154 lbs.
Addresses while in the service, according to Cora’s diary.
Pvt. Donald H. Carlson
Battery B, 56th Field Artillery Battalion
Camp Roberts, California
Pvt. Donald H. Carlson
63rd Division Artillery
Camp Van Dorn, Mississippi
Pvt. Donald H. Carlson
37582663 Hq. Bty.
63rd Div. Arty.
c/o Postmaster, New York, NY
Pfc. Donald H. Carlson
37582663 Hg. Btry.
6th Corps. Arty.
c/o Postmaster, New York, NY
Cpl. Donald H. Carlson
37582663 Hq. Co.
6th Corps. 1 G. Section
c/o Postmaster, New York, NY
Sgt. Donald H. Carlson
Hq. U.S. Zone Constabulary
c/o P.O.N.Y., NY
In the 1948 Minneapolis city directory, he is listed as a salesman for Carlson’s Sporting Goods and residing at 4230 Minnehaha. Elaine is not listed.
In the 1950 Minneapolis city directory, he is listed as the manager of Carlson’s and residing at 2255 “Olk” Shakopee Rd.
In July of 1952, he and his family moved to 2239 East Old Shakopee Road.
DHC got a $10,000 loan, at 5% interest, from Mrs. Christine Larson, 1902 4th Avenue South in Minneapolis, tel. no. FE2-7966. The payments were to be $66 per month with the first payment due on March 1, 1956, and the remaining payments due on the first of each month. All payments were recorded in a small book maintained by Christine Larson. Not all payments were made on the 1st of the month. The last payment was recorded February 5, 1962, which left the balance at 7961.75. Presumably, the balance was paid off at that time because the entry of that February payment was made in the book by DHC. Also presumably then, with the loan repaid, Christine gave the book to DHC.
The official description of the 2239 property, for the 1967 Hennepin County real estate taxes, was:
That part of Lot 50 lying S of N 147 6/10 feet thereof and Wly of a line running from a point in N line of S 258 16/100 feet of Lot 49 dis 285 feet W from E line therof to a point in S line of N 116 3/10 feet of Lot 52 dis 652 feet W from E line therof.
Plat 70342, Parcel 7050, District 20, School District 271, Watershed 2. The taxes for that year were $1,102.93.
Don and Elaine’s phone number in Bloomington 854-6106.
Depression-based nervous breakdown in the spring of 1970.
Trans-ischemic attack (TIA) episode in the late 1980s.
Fell and broke his hip in the very early morning hours of May 12, 2010.>
Obit from the Minneapolis newspaper:
Carlson, Don H. 86, died March 15, 2011, at his home in Eagan. He was born on July 13, 1924, in Minneapolis to Maurice and Cora (Anderson) Carlson. He served with the U.S. Army in Europe in World War II and owned Carlson's Cyclery in south Minneapolis for over 40 years. He is survived by Elaine, his wife of 63 years; his son, Don (Mary) Carlson of Green Bay; and his daughter, Cheryl (Kevin) Fautch of Eagan, as well as three grandchildren and one great-grandson. He was preceded in death by his parents, and his sister, Vivian Dahlberg. Funeral services will be at Grace Lutheran Church, 8700 Old Cedar Ave., Bloomington at 11 AM on Friday, March 18. Family will greet friends one hour before service. Interment will be at Sunset memorial Park in Minneapolis. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made to Grace Lutheran, the Fairview Foundation or the charitable organization of the donor's choice.
Official cause of death “cerebellar metastases, unknown primary.”
|CARLSON, Donald Herbert (I5)