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Living record of the Olaus Johnson family

Anna Johnson

Living record of the Olaus Johnson family

by Anna Johnson

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Published in [Salt Lake City?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Johnson family (Olaus Johnson, 1823-1908)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled by children and grandchildren of Oley M. Johnson.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.J7 1927
    The Physical Object
    Pagination57 l.
    Number of Pages57
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6760536M
    LC Control Number31018265
    OCLC/WorldCa6289592

    Johnson, Olaus & Emily (Camp) Lake Hester Twp. Johnson, Ole Brown Twp. Johnson, Ole & Anne (Sawby) Lake Hester Twp. Johnson, Oscar & Bessie (Geddes) Granville Twp. Johnson, Peter & Selma (Carlson) North Prairie Twp. Johnson, Robert & Harriet Little Deep Twp. To close this box, click "Please click here first!" again. Contents This file () contains the full text of Phantasms of the Living, by Edmund Gurney, Frederic W. H. Myers, and Frank is the unabridged two-volume set published in —the second printing, with "Additions and Corrections"—professionally captured as digital text and internally hyperlinked.

      The original homesteads sat along County Highway 73—the farms of Olaus and Annicka Anderson and Petter (Peter) and Johanna Johanson (Johnson). When Swan and Pete, twin sons of Petter and Johanna, were ready for their own adventure they struck out down the road and to the left to buy land most likely from the railroad and make something of it. The county has no record of his birth (it was likely a farm birth). His father was Nels Nelson, and family information holds that their Norwegian surname was Skoraj or Skorai. Peter's death record also indicates his mother's name was Barbara. Nels Nelson was reportedly born in , as family history places his age at 82 when Peter was born.

      Olaus is alone, no family to represent him nor lie near him. A young man who died of 'Consumption' the olden term for what we now call Tuberculosis. Unfortunately, we at the cemetery are guilty of lazy record keeping and I have seen his name given as Alans, Claus, and various other incorrect listings. August's name in Sweden was 'Nils August Gustavsson,' at the Spring Lake Church it was 'Nils August Samuelson.' August was born in Holmahult at Södra Sandsjö, Kronobergs län, Sweden. In the census Nels and his family are living in the village of North Branch. With them are two boarders - Charles Burglund (born.


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