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From: "Thee Johansens" <>
Subject: Re: [NOR] Lars Anderson (Civil War vet) (1834) and wifeGertrude(1821) - WI/IA/MN - what happened to them?
Date: Wed, 17 Aug 2011 11:10:13 -0600
There is another county between Murray and Kandiyohi counties and that is
Renville county. Could this be the "Ressnick" county mentioned?
I noticed the three dots after the name Ressnick.
But then it does sound like Pennock, as Vickie mentioned.
Vickie, do you know what "Pennock" refers to??
My father lived next door in Yellow Medicine county whe he came over in
1910 and from what I know, the facilities were spread out quite a bit in
Lars, what do you mean
"And then I'll go for Gertrude Anderson as "my" Gertrude.
Maybe she is buried next to Lars after all?"
Did some one find your Gertrude?
On find a grave, there is only one "Anderson" buried in the Saint Johns
Cemetery (Pennock) and that is an "Alice" who only lived two years.
I am sending out a request to the person who put Lars Enderson on
find a grave to see if she can find your Gertrude Anderson. If she
succeds in finding Gertrude, she could "link" the two togather as
husband & wife.
----- Original Message -----
According to another cemetery database, Guri Enderson (1820-1910), buried
at East St. Olaf Cemetery, Rock Dell Twp, Olmsted County was the wife of Ole
Enderson (1829-1908); and they did have a son, Endre/Andrew, born 1860 in
Norway, died in 1909. This family matches the 1900 Rock Dell census. They
also used the spelling "Endreson," and my hunch is they were from Gol,
As far as the Gertrude Anderson buried at "Ressnick" (like Hank said,
Ressnick doesn't exist!), could that just be a terrible transcription of the
"Pennock" where Lars was buried?!!
Vickie in MN
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