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1 På gravsteinen står det at hun var født 6. desember 1861, mens det i kirkeboka står 19. oktober 1861. Alvestad, Karn Helene Lorentze Knutsdtr. (I4635)
 
2 "Når været var bra brukte bestefar å sitte ute i bakgården sammen med sin venn Hr. Syltevik på søndager. På hver sin sirupstønnetønne satt de og sang salmer. Vi ungene spionerte på dem. Vi elsket å høre dem synge".

Barnebarnet Gerd Clausen fortalte dette. 
Ona, Nils Kristian Nilsen (I3177)
 
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4 11. august er overstrøket som dåpsdato i kirkeboka. Valdal, Tore Larsen (I5607)
 
5 14. februar 1815 døpte hun sin sønn Carl Martinus, som hun fikk med gift mann, skomaker Johan Wahle i Brevigen. Røysa, Ingeborg Petrine Sivertsdtr. (I6245)
 
6 22. januar 1914 reiser han tilbake til USA med Den norske Amerikalinje, og han var da angitt som gift, amerikansk borger med yrke farmer. Bestemmelssted var N. Dakota, USA.

Fra Barnes County History, 1976:

Ole J. Eidsvig was born in Alesund Sundmar, Norway on May 15, 1865. He received his education there. He came to America in 1886. During his first years in America he did farm work and railroad construction. This job took him west to Spokane, Washington.

Anne Jenson was born in Rusford, Minnesota, on December 26, 1871 to parents Ole and Marie. The family moved to North Dakota in 1880. They came by railroad to Valley City and came from there to their homestead 18 miles south of Valley City. This homestead is now the site of Kathryn. Somehow title passed out of Mr. Jenson's hands to someone else. Anne's grandfather had accompanied them from Rushford but died enroute from Valley City. He was the first person buried in the Waldheim Cemetery.

Ole Eidsvig and Anne (Bjerke) Jenson were married December 1, 1892. They perhaps spent their first year of married life in the log cabin owned by Karl Jenson and later the Walker place, present owner is Jewell Wadeson. Their first child, Martha, was born in this cabin on September 22, 1893. Annie and her sister Hilda homesteaded in Thordenskjold Township on the quarter Northeast of Section 30. This together with the quarter Southwest of Section 30, which Ole purchased, became the home of the Eidsvig family. With only about 100 acres of this farm being tillable, much of the income came from livestock. Like most early settlers they started farming with little to work with and no assets other than their willingness to work. Anne and Ole had seven children. Four living at this time. Anne's mother spent many years living with them. Their children worked hard along with their parents. Oscar, the only son, stayed home with his parents as long as they lived here and later purchased the farm. In 1927 the Ole Eidsvigs purchased a home in the outskirts of Litchville where Mr. and Mrs. Eidsvig and Hilda Jenson made their home as long as they lived.

In the earlier years Ole took part in the Equity, local Co-op and shipping associations. He was custodian at the Waldheim Church for many, many years. Ole and Annie took much interest in their church and community by their support of the small home towns of Eastedge, Kathryn and the Waldheim Lutheran Church. Their living descendants to this time number 121 , 5 children, Martha Strinden, Helen Nygard, Oscar Eidsvig and Olive Thorfinnson. 22 grand-children, 69 great grandchildren and 25 great-great-grandchildren.

Ole and Annie Eidsvig and Hilda Jenson are at rest in Waldheim Cemetery, which is located one mile from the family home. 
Eidsvik, Ole Martinus Johnsen (I2050)
 
7 23. april 1728 var Die Precatorium publicarum extraordinaire

Store bededag. Fjerde fredag etter påskesøndag. Dagen fastlagt etter Chr. V's forordning av 1686. Tidl. fantes 3 bededager, nemlig 16., 17. og 18 jan. St. bededag kan tidligst falle 17. april, senest 21. mai. 
Bjørnøy, Katrine Klausdtr. (I1285)
 
8 451. Grebstad, Marie Jørgensd. (Jørnpl., Sjurhaugen) f. 6/1 1869. Til Amerika over Bergen i april 1887. G. m. Gregorius Langdal og budde mest i San Francisco. Vart enkje og kom heimatt. 2. g. m. Hans Johan Ekornes. Vart enkje att og g. 3. m. Lars Langdal, bror til fyrstemannen. Dreiv handel på Ekornes. Dottera Nilla var fødd i Amerika. - Døydde 30/8 1950. Grebstad, Johanne Marie Karoline Jørgensdtr. (I4344)
 
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10 Alderen til Brithe må være for høyt oppgitt, sannsynligvis født 15-20 år seinere. Slyngstad, Brithe Pedersdtr. (I852)
 
11 Anders' 2. ekteskap Synnes, Anders Olsen (I1028)
 
12 Andreine var tjenestejente på Lille-Kalvøy iflg. folketelling i 1801, og hun ble seinere gift med Kristoffer. I Borgund-boka står det at hun var født 1770. Forlovet 12.11.1801 iflg. Borgund Kirkebok. Forlovere var Ole Olesen Lille-Kalvø og Jacob Pedersen ...... I Borgund Kirkebok finner vi Andrea Ellingsdtr. Giskegjerde. Hennes far var Elling Andersen Giskegjerde. Er dette "vår" Andreine? Giskegjerde, Andrea Ellingsdtr. (I562)
 
13 Angitt fødselsdato på gravstein avviker fra klokkerboka som har 12. januar 1923. Mauren, Margit Klara (I434)
 
14 Angitt som fødselsdato i kirkeboka ved begravelsen. Valdal, Ole Martinus Olsen (I3968)
 
15 Anne var eldst i en søskenflokk på 6. Veiberg, Anne Steffensdtr. (I607)
 
16 Antatt oppholdssted var Amerika i folketelling 1910. Breivik, Johan Ragnvald Severin Pettersen (I3340)
 
17 Antatt oppholdssted ved folketellingen i 1910 var Everett i Amerika. Breivik, Martinus Jakob Severin Larsen (I7819)
 
18 Apoteker Sigurd Petersen ble ansatt som Sortland Apoteks første bestyrer. Før han kom til Sortland hadde han en lengre periode vært ansatt ved Svaneapoteket i Kristiania og fungert som bestyrer ved Grimstad apotek.
Seinere reiste familien til Voss. 
Petersen, Sigurd (I8060)
 
19 Arbeidsformann Holten, Ludvik Pedersen (I213)
 
20 Arne og kona flyttet fra Øyen og ned til Framigard i Tafjord. Øyen, Arne Olsen (I6126)
 
21 Astronom og botaniker Grønningsæter, Børre (I2854)
 
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23 Både en skifteattest fra et dødsfall i slekta og dødsannonse i Sunnmørsposten viser at hun var født 24. juni 1917, mens klokkerboka i Skodje sier at hun var født 24. juli 1917. Det siste er nok feil, da hun ble døpt allerede 29. juli samme år, og det var ikke vanlig med dåp så tidlig på den tida. Mauren, Kristoffa Kaspara (I368)
 
24 Både han og tvillingbroren Ingebrigt døde som spedbarn. Alstadsæter, Karl (I5359)
 
25 Både han og tvillingbroren Karl døde som spedbarn. Alstadsæter, Ingebrigt (I5360)
 
26 Både i kirkeboka og i klokkerboka står det at han var født 31. januar 1866, men det var uvanlig at det gikk så lang tid før barna ble døpt på den tida. Derfor satser vi på at gravsteinen har riktig fødselsdato med 21. mars 1866. Buholm, Peder Lauritz Ananiassen (I1561)
 
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29 Banksjef Remvik, Kjell Ragnar (I1133)
 
30 Bare farens navn står i kirkeboka. Skifte 26.05.1851. Ulla, Elling Ellingsen (I1354)
 
31 Begravelsen fant sted fra Gausel kirke. Velten, Anny (I3728)
 
32 Begravelsesdato står både som 23. og 30. oktober 1843 i Borgund Kirkebok. Breivik, Emanuel Severin Martinussen (I3381)
 
33 Begravelsesseremonien fant sted i Volsdalen kirke. Kjerstad, Oleiv Oddbjørg (I140)
 
34 Begraves i stillhet iflg. dødsannonse i Sunnmørsposten 20.07.2006. Grønningsæter, Solveig Mary (I2091)
 
35 Bernice L. Eidsvig, 86, of Fargo, ND, died Monday, January 4, 2010, at Bethany Retirement Living, Fargo.

Bernice L. Huseby was born August 4, 1923, in Nome, North Dakota, daughter of Oscar and Bertha (Strand) Huseby. She graduated from Nome High School.

Bernice married Alvin "Junior" Lindemann in 1947. They had three children. Junior died in 1959. She married Ralph Eidsvig August 19, 1961.

She was a church volunteer and her greatest joy was spending time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Gardening and spending time outdoors brought her great happiness. She was passionate about caring for stray animals.

Bernice is survived by her son, Dr. Alan (Diane) Lindemann, Harvey, ND; two daughters, Pat Lindemann, Aurora, CO; and Bonita (Steve) Kereluk, Fargo, ND; her grandchildren, Dr. Matt (Theresa) Lindemann, Anchorage, AK; Jessie Lindemann, Grand Forks, ND; Paul (Stephanie) Lindemann; and Nikki Kereluk, both of Fargo, ND; her great-grandchildren, Jace Lindemann and Kenzie Lindemann; and her beloved calico cat.

Bernice is preceded in death by her parents; two husbands, brothers, Irvin Huseby and Melvin Huseby; and a sister, Mabel Gilbertson.

Memorial Service: Tuesday, January 12, 2010, at 3:00 PM, at Mavis Whiting Chapel, Bethany Retirement Living, Fargo, ND. 
Huseby, Bernice L. (I7913)
 
36 Bernt var selveier på Alvestad i 1865 etter å ha kjøpt garden for 180 1/2 spd. i 1856. Han kom i pengevansker etter å ha bygd en del hus på bruket. Han hadde lånt bl.a. av kjøpmann M. Brudevoll i Ålesund, og i 1873 skjøtte han bruket over til Brudevoll for 500 spd. Dermed ble han leilending, men i 1880 er gjelden betalt, og bruket skjøtes over til sønnen Laurits for kr. 1.800,-. Dette er mindre enn Brudevoll betalte, 500 spd. var ca. kr. 2.000,-. Myklebust, Bernt Martinus Larsen (I997)
 
37 Betegnet som "omgående skoleholder". Han var ugift. Orvik, Ole Johnsen (I2134)
 
38 Beverly (Billie) G. (Hottman, Alstead) Campbell

Beverly made the transition from this life to her life with Jesus on December 12, 2001. Bev was born on August 5, 1925 to Alice and Silas Hottman. Beverly was raised by her grandparents, Sophia and Jacob Dugwyler, till she was 6 years old when her mother married Glen Alstead, Sr. Bev went through school using the last name of Alstead. She attended local schools in the Tacoma area, graduating from Lincoln High School in 1943. She met and married Richard (Dick) Campbell from the Midland area of Tacoma during her last year of high school. They were married Nov. 6, 1942, in secret, announcing their marriage to their parents after her graduation. During high school she worked for the Northern Pacific Railroad. After World War II broke out, Dick enlisted in the U.S. Coast Guard and was stationed in Long Beach, CA. Bev followed him to Long Beach after graduation. They eventually were stationed in Ilwaco, WA, where their first child, Richard (Rick), was born. After the war ended they returned to set up housekeeping in the Tacoma area where they were surrounded by their extended families. They had 2 more children, Leslee and Eileen. Dad tried several different jobs, but none suited him until he became a carpenter. Mom and Dad put in several years of on-the-job training and then started their own building business. Mom had an uncanny ability to spot a good deal. Bev drew up the plans and ran the business end and Dad ran the building end of their business. They made a very successful team. During their building career they built many homes in the Tacoma and Puyallup areas. Bev enjoyed being a homemaker and taking care of their 3 rambunctious children. She was a wonderful seamstress, cook, gardener, and was always willing to provide transportation for her children and their friends. She gave her children a deep, abiding faith in God, never boasting or pushing her belief, but gently making it known. She spent hours doing all the things to make a home comfortable. How Mom did it I'll never know. Mom and Dad enjoyed camping, traveling to Arizona, digging in old ghost towns and looking for antiques. The camping trips and get-togethers with extended family were wonderful times. Mom also enjoyed buying and selling antiques and collectibles. After Dad's death in 1982, she managed to find a new interest, researching genealogy for both sides of the family. She spent many hours in the libraries and compiled an extensive genealogical history for her children. Left to celebrate her life are her children, Richard (Rick) D. and Toni Campbell, Leslee and Chuck Lindstrom, Eileen Campbell and Bob Thomas; 12 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren; brother and sister-in-law Glen (Ted) and Darlene Alstead; and numerous nieces and nephews. The family wishes to thank Mark O'Halleck for being Mom's special friend for the last 12 years. You made Mom laugh! We know you will miss her. A special thanks to the Franciscan Hospice team that spent the last 10 months supporting Leslee and Mom during her illness. Thank you, Eileen, for being with Mom during her last days. Thanks to Susan for your weekly meetings that sustained Leslee through the ups and downs of Mom's illness. Services will be provided by Upper Room Funeral Chapel (272-2656). Viewing will be Thursday, Dec. 13th from 4-8 p.m. at 1016 So. L St., Tacoma; Chapel services to be held on Friday, Dec. 14th at 1:00 p.m. Graveside services to be held at Mt. View Cemetery following the chapel service. A gathering of family and friends will follow at the Fern Hill Lodge. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Franciscan Hospice.

Tacoma News Tribune Pub Date: 12/13/2001 
Hottman, Beverly Dugwyler (I7246)
 
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40 Birth: Jul. 23, 1884
Minnesota, USA Death: Jan. 29, 1976
Valley City
Barnes County
North Dakota, USA
T.I.STRINDEN

T. I. Strinden, 91, pioneer Litchville businessman, died in a Valley City hospital Thursday afternoon, January 29, 1976.

T. I. Strinden was born July 23, 1884 in Pelican Rapids, Minn., the son of Isaac and Maren Strinden. He grew up on the family farm and attended school there. He was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith. He attended a Commercial College at Fergus Falls, MN.

In 1906 he homesteaded near Columbus, ND. He returned to Pelican Rapids and in 1907 came to Litchville. He worked for several stores until 1912 when he purchased a furniture store. He later traded that for an interest in an implement business. In 1916 he bought out the other partners and was the sole owner.

He had married Caroline Quamme in 1910. She died in 1914. On April 15, 1916 he married Martha Eidsvig in Fort Ransom, ND.

Mr. Strinden retained the position of Chairman of the Board of the T. I. Striden Co. in Litchville and Grand forks. He was a member of the First Lutheran Church and had served on the Church Council. He had been President of the State Implement Dealers and Hardware Dealers Association. He was one of the founders and long time President of the Litchville State Bank and was still on the board. He had served on the Town Council and on the School Board. He was on the Advisory Board for Sheyenne Manor and early member of the Litchville Development Corporation.

He is survived by his wife, Martha, and six sons: Keith of Minneapolis, MN; Theron of Litchville; Alfred, Earl and David of Grand forks, ND and Dr. Dean of Williston, ND; one daughter, Marcelle, of Grand Forks. A brother Norman of Forest Lake, MN and a sister Ignette, Mrs. Oscar Fjelstad, of Pelican Rapids, MN; fifteen grandchildren and four great grandchildren also survive. He was preceded in death by his parents, first wife, a daughter, two brothers and two sisters.

Funeral services were Monday from First Lutheran Church in Litchville with Rev. Russell Pollock officiating. Burial was in the Litchville Cemetery. Pallbearers were grandsons and grandnephew: Bruce Strinden, Steven Strinden, William Strinden, Jon Strinden, Thomas Strinden, Paul Strinden and James Dahl. Mrs. Dennis Anderson was at the organ and Miss Shelly Sonsthagen was the soloist.

Arrangements were by Oliver's Chapel.

Published in The Litchville Bulletin, Litchville, N. D., February, 1976.

Burial: Litchville Cemetery, LaMoure County, North Dakota, USA 
Strinden, Teddie (I7821)
 
41 Birth: Sep. 22, 1893
Kathryn
Barnes County
North Dakota, USA Death: Apr. 10, 1988
Grand Forks
Grand Forks County
North Dakota, USA
MARTHA STRINDEN

Martha (Mrs. T. I.) Strinden, 94, longtime Litchville resident, died in a Grand Forks nursing home on Sunday, April 10, 1988.

The funeral was conducted April 13 at First Lutheran Church in Litchville with burial in the Litchvlle Cemetery.

Martha Eidsvig was born September 22, 1893 in a log cabin south of Kathryn, the daughter of Ole and Annie Eidsvig. She was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith in the Waldheim Lutheran Church. She was educated in the rural school and received a teaching certificate from Valley City State College.

She taught in a rural school near Litchville and was later employed at Dahl's General Store in Litchville.

She married T. I. Strinden on April 15, 1916 in Fort Ransom. They made their home in Litchville after their marriage. He died January 29, 1976. She moved to Grand Forks in 1983.

She was a member of the First Lutheran Church in Litchville and the ALCW of the church. She had been superintendent of the Sunday school for more than 30 years.

She is survived by a daughter, Marcelle, and sons, Alfred and Earl, all of Grand Forks; Dean of Williston; David of Leeds and Theron of Litchville; two sisters, Helen Nygaard of Valley City and Olive Thorfinnson of Red Lake Falls, MN; 15 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, a son, a daughter, a brother and three sisters.

Oliver's Chapel was in charge of arrangements.

Burial: Litchville Cemetery, LaMoure County, North Dakota, USA 
Eidsvig, Martha Olsdtr. (I6399)
 
42 Bisettelsen fant sted i Ski kirke. Dale, Steinar (I5545)
 
43 Bisettelsesseremonien fant sted i Bredtvet kirke. Gjerde, Bjarne (I4211)
 
44 Bjarne og Bertine var søskenbarn. Familie F956
 
45 Ble bare 14 dager gammel. Synnes, Jon Tomassen (I3159)
 
46 Ble bruker av Karbø ca. 1698. Hauge, Lars Pedersen (I581)
 
47 Ble bruker ca. 1680. Han er i 1701 oppgitt å være 55 år. Stadheim, Jakob Christenson (I1040)
 
48 Ble bruker på bnr. 6, Bjørlykke. Orvik, Iver Martinus Johnsen (I2136)
 
49 Ble gift på Åse, og garden heter Jensgarden etter han. Folketelling 1865 sier: "Gaardbruger og Leilænding". Han var bruker på Åse 1840-1870. I matrikkeloppgave 1868 hadde bruket 1 hest, 5 kyr og 8 sauer. Nakken, Jens Andreas Sivertsen (I560)
 
50 Bodde i "Smogehuset" i Ytterdal. Smoge, Ingvald (I3777)
 

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