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Wonder if any of you know the following family??:
Ole T. Hanson ,b. in Norway abt 1866 ,and married to
Marta/Mattie Field ,b. in Norway 1879-1880. She came to America 1885 ,and they seem to have had 7 children:
1 Clarence Hanson ,b. abt 1901 in Iowa
2 Mary Hanson ,b. abt 1903 ,Iowa ,
3 Henry Hanson ,b. abt 1905 ,Iowa ,
4 Emma Hanson ,b. abt 1907 ,Iowa ,
5 Guy Hanson ,b. 14 Mar 1910 ,Iowa and died in Soldier ,IA September 1987 ,
6 Oscar M. Hanson ,b. 4 Aug 1912 ,Iowa ,died in Rodney ,Monona County ,IA 28
7 Leona Hanson ,b. abt 1916 in Iowa.
Ole and Mattie lived 1920 and 1930 in Willow ,Monona County ,Iowa. Mattie`s father Fredrick Field ,b. abt 1831 ,lived with the family in 1920. Mattie`s mother Berthe Marie had died before 1910. Mattie had 5 brothers: Ole ,,Gulbrand ,Anton ,Martin ,and Carl. Martin and probably at least Ole had the name of Fields.
Hope to hear from someone.
Erik in norway
Any possibility you are in the wrong township? There is a Soldier Twp. next
door in Crawford County, IA. (They have a great website too) I believe the
town of Soldier (Monona), IA is actually in Jordan Twp. I could be wrong & you
should know if you found them on the Monona County census.
Maybe they moved on to another locality.
Just keep trying and I'm sure you will find them.
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