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Ola Håkansson

Ola Håkansson

Man 1833 - 1921  (87 år)

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  • Namn Ola Håkansson 
    Född 3 Nov 1833  Skärsnäs, Vånga, Kristianstads län, Sverige Hitta alla personer med händelser på denna plats 
    Kön Man 
    Emigration 1854  Illinois, USA Hitta alla personer med händelser på denna plats 
    Yrke bonde 
    Död 14 Mar 1921  Goodhue, Minnesota, USA Hitta alla personer med händelser på denna plats 
    Person-ID I30561  Släktdatabas
    Senast ändrad 11 Maj 2020 

    Far Håkan Olsson,   f. 28 Dec 1810, Hörby 16:2, Mjällby, Blekinge län, Sverige Hitta alla personer med händelser på denna plats,   d. 3 Jan 1898, Goodhue, Minnesota, USA Hitta alla personer med händelser på denna plats  (Ålder 87 år) 
    Mor Hanna Hansdotter,   f. 13 Jun 1811, Filkesboda 3, Vånga, Kristianstads län, Sverige Hitta alla personer med händelser på denna plats,   d. 4 Jan 1856, Goodhue, Minnesota, USA Hitta alla personer med händelser på denna plats  (Ålder 44 år) 
    Gift 31 Maj 1833  Vånga, Kristianstads län, Sverige Hitta alla personer med händelser på denna plats 
    Familjens ID F10408  Familjeöversikt  |  Familjediagram

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    • Ole Hawkinson; one of the earlier settlers of Featherstone township, now a retired farmer living in Red Wing at 1245 East avenue, was born in Sweden, November 9, 1833, son of Hawkin Olson and Hannah Hanson, natives of that country. The father was a carpenter by trade. In his native country he followed that trade in connection with farming, and in 1854 came to America, locating at Saint Charles, Ill., still following his trade. Soon afterward he came to Red Wing. For some years he was a carpenter and during the latter part of his life manufactured organs in this city. He died in 1897 at the age of 87 years. His wife died in January, 1856. Ole, after receiving his education in the public schools, worked with his father in his native land, and came to America with the family in 1854. In the spring of 1855 he came to Red Wing, and in 1857 located in the township of Featherstone, this county. He took up 160 acres, cleared and broke the land, erected a house and suitable barns, and carried on general farming. His efforts were crowned with success and in 1903 he decided to leave the more strenuous activities of farm life to a younger generation. Accordingly he came to Red Wing, taking up his residence at his present location, which he had purchased in 1889, and where he is now enjoying the ease which he so well deserves after so many years of toil and labor. He is a Republican in politics, and a member of the Swedish Lutheran Church. For many years he was director of his school district in Featherstone. Mr. Hawkinson was married at Red Wing October 30, 1857, to Kiersti Nelson, who shared with him the discomforts of pioneer life, as well as the ease of his later years. She was the daughter of Nels Nelson and Nellie Parsons, natives of Sweden, who came to America and took up their home in Featherstone township, remaining until the time of their death. To Mr. and Mrs. Hawkinson twelve children were born-- William, now of Oregon; Hannah, now of Red Wing; Nellie, now of Hastings, Minn. (now Mrs. J. H. Featherstone); Howard and Edward, now of California; Ferdinand; Oscar, now of Red Wood Falls, Minn.; Theodore; Calma, now of Red Wing; Lovenia, now Mrs. Otto Taylor, of Northfield, Minn.; Elmer, of California, and Ernnest, of Texas. These children are all well thought of in their respective communities, and their respect and affection is making glad the declining years of their parents.

      Källa: History of Goodhue County Minnesota Illustrated, by Franklin Curtiss-Wedge, editor; H. C. Cooper Jr. & Co. (1909) transcribed by Janice Louie