Born Arne Tostensen Andersen 16 June 1850 in Ostmarken, Kongsvinger, Norway, died August 12, 1922 in a train vs. truck railway accident.
He and Eli came to the US around 1879/1880 into Boon Co., IL and later moved to Hamline CO, SD.
He is buried in the Swedish Lutheran Church Cemetery in Annandale, MN.
Elroy Adolph Thompson was born on 3rd of January 1900 in Hamiln County in South Dakota. Elroy was son of Andrew Rudd Thompson and Tillie C Lundquist. On the 6th of April 1918, Elroy married Anna Margaret Sather in Minneapolis, MN. Elroy and Anna had 1 daughter.
He married Macie Thompson on 19 April 1974 in Seattle, WA. She died 2 February 2007 in Foley, MN.
1900 Census lists a "Elroy E." there is also and Elroy A. (Draft Card indicates Adolph) listed with spouse Anna C Thompson (born in Norway) in censuses from 1920-1940 with daughter Lois in Hennepin County, MN.
THOMPSON, LLOYD was born 04 April 1904, received Social Security number 326-09-5729 (indicating Illinois) and, Death Master File says, died August 1979. Other sources indicate he died in Bensenville, IL.
According to 1905 Minnesota Census, she lived with Andrew at the age of 23, making her birth in Wisconsin about 1882.
Everett (Ev) Johnson (born about 1906) was her son and he had two children, Lee Johnson and Joyce Johnson Tarrentino.
Thorvald married Manda/Amanada Johnson and was the father of three daughters, Alice Llorrae (Married Richard Mathews and John Patrick Quigley), Hazel Violet Bartholomew (13 Jan 1906 - 16 Sep 2002) and Lillian May Rozenberg (known as May).
Manda was born in South Side, Minnesota, USA on 25 Jun 1887 and passed away on 7 Aug 1927 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.
Both Thorvald and Manda are buried in St. John's Lutheran Church Cemetery, Annandale, Wright Co., MN, according to cemetery records. However, cemetery records indicate Thorvald's death in 1938, rather than 1946.
I remember Hazel quite well, as she visited my grandmother Clara Dado quite often. As a family, I also remember visiting May and Don Rozenberg in Southern California in the late 1960s or early 1970s.
Hazel was married to Vernon Bartholomew. They had a daughter who presumably died at birth on 30 December 1931 or 1932. Hazel's sons were Stephen Vernon (b. abt. 1936) and David Anthony (born 5/31/1940). Stephen was married to Muriel Bromberg (Ancestry)/Broumber (California Birth Index) AKA Mimi. Hazel divorced on 12 November 1963.
Stephen and Mimi had a son, Brendan Patrick Bartholomew, 23 December 1969.
David married Sue Anderson.
Alice's children are Michael Mathews, Judy Lee Quigley (born 1 September 1941) and Jan Patrick Quigley (born 1 April 1946)
1910 Census indicates his birthplace in Illinois. Clinton, WI is on the Illinois border.
The 1930 United States Federal Census contains this entry. It's possible he remarried.
NAME: Thorvald Thompson
SPOUSE: Clara Thompson
BIRTH: abt 1884 - Wisconsin
RESIDENCE: 1930 - city, Hennepin, Minnesota
The same information from FamilySearch.org confirms the remainder of the family.
Thorvald Thompson, "United States Census, 1930" Name: Thorvald Thompson Titles and Terms: Event Type: Census Event Year: 1930 Event Place: Minneapolis (Districts 1-250), Hennepin, Minnesota, United States District: 0129 Gender: Male Age: 46 Marital Status: Married Race: White Race (Original): White Relationship to Head of Household: Head Relationship to Head of Household (Original): Head Birth Year (Estimated): 1884 Birthplace: Wisconsin Immigration Year: Father's Birthplace: Norway Mother's Birthplace: Norway Sheet Number and Letter: 4A Household ID: 125 Line Number: 1 Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) Affiliate Publication Number: T626 Affiliate Film Number: 1093 GS Film number: 2340828 Digital Folder Number: 004610047 Image Number: 00865 Household Gender Age Birthplace Head Thorvald Thompson M 46 Wisconsin Wife Clara Thompson F 32 Minnesota Daughter Gertrude Goff F 9 Minnesota Daughter Hazel Thompson F 24 Minnesota Daughter May Thompson F 13 Minnesota Daughter Alice Thompson F 8 Minnesota
His death certificate confirms his birth and death dates, and lists his mother's names as "Ellen."
This information is from a index card maintained by my grandmother, Clara Dado, with corrections from Lynn Serack (her great-granddaughter).
Palmiter, Majory (
Husband is a magazine editor and writing a book on Wisconsin cheese.
MargyMarjory/Marge is the daughter of Emil and Emma Roeber. Emil Roeber died in 1967. Emma died Jan. 30, 1987. Emma was born July 10, 1895 in Annandale, Minn. She was married to Emil Roeber on Sept. 9, 1919. Her parents were Elisa Arneson Smith and George Smith. Elisa was the second wife of Arne Thompson, father of Andrew, Carrie, Lizzie and Thorvald. Edward Thompson was born to Elisa and Arne. Emma and Clara Smith were step-daughters of Arne Thompson. Carrie Thompson Gunderson Anderson is the mother of Clara and Thora (twins), Annette Anderson and Albert Gunderson (Edgar Albert).
Emma's sister Clara Smith married Russell Holmes, now deceased,
and lives in Detroit, Mich.She was born July 2, 1893. 6-87 Lives in Ypsilanti, Mich.
Margy'schildren are: Steven and Lynne.
Steve married Diana Smith on Feb. 28, 1987, and both are teachers in Minneapolis, Minn. Lynne married Kenneth Serack 1/10/1994 - and lives in Seattle (Snoqualmie, WA). Marg
ye's brother, Donald and family live in the Seattle area. Don lives in Kent, Wash., and the family members in nearby areas. Don is an Administrator in a hospital in Seattle. Don died and is survived by 2 sons and a daughter, all married, with children, two have grandchildren. (You can get the rest of the clan when I send you the pedigree.)
Edward (Eddy) Thompson has two sons, Richard/Dick and Douglas.
Richard L. Thompson, Edgerton (1928 - 2010)
September 28, 1928 - February 13, 2010 Richard L. Thompson, 81, Edgerton, WI, passed away Saturday, Feb. 13, 2010, at his home. He was born on Sept. 28, 1928, son of the late Edward and Norma (Hendrickson) Thompson. Richard married Florence "Flo" Steindl on June 10, 1951, in Central Lutheran Church, Edgerton. Richard served from 1948 to 1952 in the Air Force. He owned the Thompson Real Estate Agency for over 40 years in Edgerton. He enjoyed collecting trains and guns. He belonged to Central Lutheran Church and was an usher at the church. He was a member of the Edgerton Lions Club.
Richard is survived by his daughters, Jane (Rick Parrent) Bell of Edgerton and Eve (Jerry) Kisgen of Ashville, NC; grandchildren, Leslie (Brian Dempsey) Bell and Jerry (Kirstin) Kisgen; and great-grandchildren, Alexis and Luke Kisgen.
In addition to his parents, Richard was preceded in death by his wife, Flo; and a brother, Douglas Thompson.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 19, 2010, at CENTRAL LUTHERAN CHURCH, with Pastor Erica Adams officiating. Burial with full military rites will be in Fassett Cemetery. Visitation time will be from 4 until 7 p.m. Thursday at the WHITCOMB-LYNCH-ALBRECHT FUNERAL HOME, EDGERTON, and from 10 a.m. until time of services Friday at the CHURCH. Memorials may be given to HospiceCare, Inc. or the VA Hospital, Madison, WI.
A special thanks to the wonderful people at HospiceCare, Inc. and the special doctors at the VA Hospital.
Leslie Bell & Brian Dempsey
February 5, 2011 Gallery 1028
The Couple - Brian can still recall what Leslie was wearing the first time he laid eyes on her at a party: “printed shirt, blazer, ponytail,” says the groom. Now that’s what we call making an everlasting impression!
The Details - LOLA Event Productions worked old barn windows into the party’s décor. Callahan Catering incorporated the couple’s favorite dishes (think mac ’n’ cheese and paella) into the night’s nibbles.
The Party - Because Feb. 5 is also Leslie’s birthday, The Party Faithful sang “Happy Birthday” to the bride. All 145 guests parted with spiced sachets handmade by the happy couple. –Elise Hofer