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1 After Charlie and third wife Edna retired from their work in East Moline, IL, the moved back to Clinton, KY where the bought a new house. Family: F1026
 
2 Berger and Berthe were married on February 17, 1850. They lived at Teigbraten in Vestmarka which is part of Eidskog according to the cnsus of 1865. Berger was a farmer. The 1875 census listed him as a carpenter. Family: F61
 
3 Charlie served in WW I from1917 to 1921 in the American Expeditionary Forces, Company B 309th Supply Train. Family: F1026
 
4 Charlies first wife (Lula Reed) died in 1923 with Bone TB
Charlies second wife (Lydia Peters)a nurse died of cancer in 1941.
Charlies third wife (Edna Glisson) died in 1971 
Family: F1026
 
5 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F152
 
6 Lovise Gurine Rasmused Helsem gave birth to two children.
Iver Batian Langlo in 1861 and Lovise Gurine in 1866. The mother died at chlldbirth with Lovise Gurine in 1866. 
Family: F40
 
7 Ole and Maria were married October 13, 1879 with Rev. T. Mitbo officiating. Family: F60
 
8 Petter married Olave Beata Rasmused Helsem. She was a sister to his first wife. They were married in 1867, one year after the death of his first wife. Olave Beata kept house for him this one year and took care of the two small children.  Family: F42
 
9 Phillip Alfred Crum later changed his name when he married Louise Christianson in 1924. Name was changed to Krome. Family: F928
 
10 Ola Halverson lived on the Kirkemo farm. Ole
 
11 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Rosenthal H.
 
12 Robert was an adopted boy. ? Robert
 
13 Died in the Korean War Albertson Verle
 
14 Olea came to the USA as a widowed mother of four boys: Brede, Oliver, Gunnar and Torvald.  Amundater Olia
 
15 Else married Torris Gunnerson in about 1803 and died one year later. They had no children. Amundsdatter Else
 
16 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Amundson A.W.
 
17 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Amundson B.L.
 
18 Killed in a train accident Amundson Christian
 
19 Elmer and Clara emigrated to Canada in 1917, and lived in Tomplins, Saskatchewan. In 1930 they moved to the Swift Current area, Saskatchewan. Elmer died in the Swift Current hospital in 1970. All of the children and grandchildren are Canadian citizens. Amundson Elmer Julius
 
20 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Amundson H.M.
 
21 Adopted Amundson Holly Marie
 
22 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Amundson J.D.
 
23 Died in an auto accident Amundson Joseph Edwin
 
24 Joseph married his second cousin Myrtle.

hey moved to Canada and homesteaded there. Their three children, Philip, Janet and Robert were born in Canada. The family returned to Strum where Joe was working on road construction at the time of his death in an auto accident. 
Amundson Joseph Edwin
 
25 Kaja developed tuberculosis of the bones when a young girl. She had one foot amputated and eventually returned to school. Unfortunately she had a recurrence of the disease and died three months before her 12th birthday. Amundson Kaja
 
26 Kaja devloped tuberculosis of the bones when a young girl. She had one foot amputated and eventually returned to school. Unfortunately she had a rewcurrence of the disease and died three months before her 12th birthday. Amundson Kaja
 
27 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Amundson K.J.
 
28 Married and had one son Amundson Lawrence
 
29 Married and had two girls and one boy Amundson Luella
 
30 Martin divorced first wife Dorothy, then married Inez and later divorced then married Byrd and later divorced Amundson Martin
 
31 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Amundson N.J.
 
32 Roberts second wife was the wife of his borther Philip's widow. Amundson Robert Russell
 
33 Stanley stangled on a piece of meat in a Madison, WI restaurant. Amundson Stanley
 
34 Arnt Bergerson worked in Oslo was married and had a family. Andersen Arnt
 
35 Tosten Andersen from Snesbølmoen froze to death at the Tørkes moor in the Snesbøl woods after working too late and losing his way in the dark. Tosten had lost his first wife Berthe Arnesdatter in 1809. His second wife, Olia Audunsdatter whom he had married in 1813 was now a widow. Olia was remarried in 1821 to Erik Hansen, but he lost her in 1862. Erik then married again in 1864, this time to Kari Tostensdatter. After Erik's death in 1878, Kari married someone in Skørberg. Andersen Tosten
 
36 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Arneson E.E.
 
37 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Arneson N.G.
 
38 Jeremy Bailey along with his brother Nathan Bailey were killed in auto accident in 1988. Bailey Jeremy
 
39 Nathan Bailey along with his brother Jeremy Bailey were killed in an auto accident in 1988. Bailey Nathan
 
40 Erick and Bertha had eight children. Bergersdatter Berthea (Anne)
 
41 Karen and Embrett had 10 children and lived at Vestmarka, Norway. Bergersdatter Karen
 
42 Olia and Ole had 11 children and li9ved at Tobol Farm, Eidskog, Norway Bergersdatter Olia
 
43 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Bergerson C.
 
44 Hannah was a twin to Olga born on March 20, 1892. Bergerson Hannah
 
45 Ole is the only member of the family to come to the U. S. He arrived on April 18, 1875, in New York via the Guion Line Ship. He went back to Norway in the fall of 1901 for a visit. Bergerson Ole
 
46 Olga was a twin to Hannah born on March 20, 1892. Bergerson Olga
 
47 Albert married Hilda Sophia Olson (His first cousin >>> daughter of Hermine (Martha's sister) and Sever Olson. Bredeson Albert
 
48 Disappeared >>> there is no information on him Bredeson Brede
 
49 George had a heart attack while duck hunting on October 20, 1971. Bredeson George
 
50 Gunnar Bredeson and his wife Martha Halverson lived in Wabasha, MN. Gunnar and Martha were second cousins. Martha's father, Ola Halvorsen , would lead a cow from Bruce Valley to Wabasha, MN each autumne (50 miles) to ensure that the family would have milk through the winter. Ola led the cow back from Wabasha to Bruce Valley again in the spring.

Many of the pioneer farms had marsh land. To make hay from the slough grass, the horses sometimes wore flaat wooden shoes called (in Norwegian) "trauger" to keep from sinking into the marsh.

Some household items were scarce as stores were distant and money was hard to find. Thus it was necessary to borrow from one another. ted Eide remarked that the Amundson's and the Halversons's would share a waffle iron (Vaffel-Jern) when the need arose. "Trade Work" was a way of life, and necessary.

NOTE: Thomas Bradison's recollection is that this occurred once, with his father, Gunnaar, leading the cow from Bruce Valley to Wabasha. 
Bredeson Gunnar
 

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