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Ancestors of Daniel Calvin Peterson

Generation No. 4


      8. Per Jonsson, born 12 Jun 1815 in Norrbo, Grangärde (W) (Source: Church Records (C: 7 år 1815).); died 30 Jul 1874 in Sandviken, Sunnansjö, Grangärde (W). He was the son of 16. Jonas Persson and 17. Stina Hansdotter. He married 9. Stina Larsdotter 18 Dec 1841 in Grangärde (W) (Source: Church Records (AI: 20A p213, Grangärde (W).).

      9. Stina Larsdotter, born 09 Sep 1815 in Södra Västansjö, Grangärde (W) (Source: Church Records C: 7 år 1815.); died 12 Jan 1890 in Sandviken, Sunnansjö, Grangärde (W). She was the daughter of 18. Lars Larsson and 19. Cathrina Persdotter.

More About Per Jonsson:
Ancestry: DP 2
Baptism: 13 Jun 1815, Grangärde (W) (C: 7 år 1815)

More About Stina Larsdotter:
Ancestry: DP 3

More About Per Jonsson and Stina Larsdotter:
Marriage: 18 Dec 1841, Grangärde (W) (Source: Church Records (AI: 20A p213, Grangärde (W).)
     
Children of Per Jonsson and Stina Larsdotter are:
  i.   Anders* Pettersson, born 20 Sep 1843 in Sandviken, Sunnansjö, Grangärde (W); died 15 May 1846 in Sandviken, Sunnansjö, Grangärde (W).
  ii.   Anders Pettersson, born 07 Aug 1847 in Sandviken, Sunnansjö, Grangärde (W); died 09 Sep 1896 in Sjövad, Norrbärke (W); married Wilhelmina Jansdotter 19 May 1872 in Norbärke (W); born 26 May 1853 in Norrbärke (W); died 25 Jul 1924 in Hagge, Norrbärke (W).
  More About Anders Pettersson and Wilhelmina Jansdotter:
Marriage: 19 May 1872, Norbärke (W)

  4 iii.   Daniel Peterson, born 04 Jun 1854 in Sandviken, Sunnansjö, Grangärde (W); died 23 Jun 1893 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois, Prysbeterian Hospital; married Sophia M Jonsdotter 01 Dec 1886 in Norway, Menominee, Michigan.


      10. Jon Petter Erikson, born 08 Feb 1826 in Lågnäset, Sunnansjö, Grangärde (Source: Church Records. C: 8 år 1826 No 35 Grangärde (W).); died 30 Aug 1893 in Norway, Michigan of cancer (Dickinson County death record book 1, p28) (Source: Dickinson County Death Records, Book 1, p28.). He was the son of 20. Erik Persson and 21. Maria Persdotter. He married 11. Louisa Lindberg 27 Nov 1852 in Norrbo, Grangärde (W).

      11. Louisa Lindberg, born 21 Jan 1829 in Sunnansjö, Grangärde (W) (Source: Church Records Grangärde (W), C: 8 år 1829.); died 10 May 1899 in Norway, Michigan. She was the daughter of 22. Enok Hansson Lindberg and 23. Karin Larsdotter.

Notes for Jon Petter Erikson:
Obituary, Norway Current, September 2, 1893
"J P Ericsson father-in-law of Alderman Turnblom of the 2nd ward this city cied Tuesday night after a long illness. He came from Sweden to this city about two years ago making his home with Mr. Turnblom. He was 67 years of age. The funeral occured from the Swedish Luthern church, Thursday afternoon and the remains were buried at Quinnesec cemetery. The bereaved have the sympathy of the community."

More About Jon Petter Erikson:
Ancestry: SJ 2
Baptism: 12 Feb 1826, Grangärde (W), Lutheran, C: 8 år 1826 No 35
Burial: 31 Aug 1893, Quinnesec, Mich, Cemetery
Emigration: 29 May 1891, Göteborg to Norway, MIchigan, USA (traveled on "Aristo' to Hull, England, No 41068)
Moved: 23 May 1891, Lågnäs, Grangärde (W) to Göteborg (Grangärde Utflyttingslängden, 1891 No 67, 23/5)
Occupation: Bet. 1880 - 1891, Lågnäs, Sunnansjö, Grangärde (W) 'Hemmansägare - small farmer'

  Notes for Louisa Lindberg:
"Louisa was born in Sunnansjö in Grangärde parish 21 January 1829. She was the youngest of six brothers and sisters. When Louisa was 10 years old the family moved to Ludvika. 1843 she was 14 years and came back to Sunnansjö together with her parents. Two years later she moved alone to Ludvika. There she became a maid among other places at Näs, a big farm north of the built-up-area. 1843 she returns to Grangärde and becomes a maid at Per Halvarsson's house in Lågnäset. 1852 she married Jan Peter Eriksson from Lågmäset. They got four children, two sons and two daughters. Later they will all emigrate to America. She died 1899 in NOrway, Michigan." (Nils-Gunnar Eriksson 10/28/05)

Obituary, Norway Current, Saturday, May 13, 1899.
"The mother of Mrs. A Turnblom is lying dead and will be buried tomorrow."

More About Louisa Lindberg:
Ancestry: SJ 3
Baptism: 22 Jan 1829, Grangärde (W), Lutheran, C: 8 år 1829 line 13
Burial: 14 May 1899, Quinnesec, Michigan

More About Jon Erikson and Louisa Lindberg:
Marriage: 27 Nov 1852, Norrbo, Grangärde (W)
     
Children of Jon Erikson and Louisa Lindberg are:
  i.   Sara Stina Jonsdotter, born 10 Apr 1853 in Lågnäs, Sunnansjö, Grangarde (W); died 15 Dec 1927 in Norway, Dickinson, Michigan; married Andrew Jansson Turnblom 20 Mar 1875 in Grangärde, Dalarna, Sweden; born 24 Dec 1853 in Kallhaga, Grangärde, Dalarna, (Grangärde, C: 10 år 1853 No 21); died 24 Jan 1913 in Norway, Dickinson, Michigan.
  Notes for Sara Stina Jonsdotter:
Obituary, Iron Mountain News, Saturday, December 16, 1927
"Aged Resident Dies of Burns
Here 47 years Mrs. Sarah Turnblom Sucombs at Penn Hospital.
Mrs Sarah Turnblom aged 74 years, a resident of Norway for the last 47 years, died at her home here yesterday as the result of burns received Tuesday morning, December 13, while making a fire in a kitchen stove.
Accoarding to the account given by relatives, Mrs. Turnblom had already applied a match to the kindling, and as the blaze leaped up, she turned a moment, leaving the door of the stove open. The flames shot out, catching her dress and flaring up.
Mrs. Turnblom managed to put out the blaze, but suffered severe burns on her back. The aged woman did not notify anyone of the accident, but neighbors calling at the house discovered her plight. She was removed to the Penn hospital where, Wednesday, complications set in.
Mrs. Turnblom was born in Sweden in 1853. One sister, Mrs. Carl Peterson, of this city, survives.
Funeral services were held at 2 o'clock this aftgernoon from the home with internment in the Norway Township cemetery. The Rev. G. o. Gustafson officiated."

  More About Sara Stina Jonsdotter:
Burial: 18 Dec 1927, Norway Township Cemetery Block 8, Lot 1
Emigration: 12 Mar 1880, Göteborg to Norway, MIchigan, USA

  Notes for Andrew Jansson Turnblom:
Andrew and Sara Turnblom, emigrated 12 March 1880 from Göteborg to Norway, Michigan, USA They traveled on the ship 'Aristo' to Hull, England Number 7107)

Andrew and Sara lived an operated a boarding house for 21 men on Nelson (Main) Street in Norway directly across from the city hall. The Turnblom 'hotel' was built in 1891. That property was later owned by John Lof. Andrew was also an alderman for the 2nd Ward of Norway.

From the 75th Anniversary 1958 Evangelical Covenant Church, Norway, Michigan booklet.
"The first Sunday School sessions were held in the Turnblom home on Main Street, beginning in 1894. Many of the church services were still held in the homes of members of the congregation, until the Norwegian Lutheran church became available for their use on Saturday evenings and Sunday afternoons."

Article in the Norway Current, June 27, 1891.
"The rock foundation for the new Turnblom building in Andersons addition is nearing completion. It is said that Mr. Turnblom will erect a hotel there."

Obituary, The Current, Norway, Michigan, Saturday, January 25, 1911.
"A. J. TURNBLOM DEAD.
One of Norway's Pioneer Citizens Crosses the Great Divide.
At noon yesterday, after an ellness of considerable length, Andrew J. Turnblom died at his home on Nelson Street.
Andrew Turnblom came to Norway thirty-three years ago and worked in the mines several years later acquiring some land near the city which he farmed, doing also much team jobbing and some woods work, all of which enabled him to accummulate a competence. Of late he has not been as active as usual and has had medical treatment, but until within a few days there was hope of his ultimate recovery.
Deceased was a native of Sweden and was 59 years and 1 month old. He leaves a widow but no children.
The funeral will be held tomorrow, services being conducted in the Swedish Mission church, Rev. Hanson officiating."

  More About Andrew Jansson Turnblom:
Baptism: 26 Dec 1853, Grangärde (W), Lutheran, (C: 10 år 1853 No 21)
Burial: 28 Jan 1913, Norway Township Cemetery Block 8, Lot 1
Emigration: 12 Mar 1880, Götborg, Sweden to Norway, Michigan, USA

  More About Andrew Turnblom and Sara Jonsdotter:
Marriage: 20 Mar 1875, Grangärde, Dalarna, Sweden

  ii.   Peter Johnson, born 20 Apr 1856 in Lågnäs, Sunnansjö, Grangarde (W) (Source: Church Records (AI: 20A, p148; Grangårde (W).); died 30 May 1927 in Norway, Dickinson, Michigan; married Augusta Ersdotter 07 May 1881 in Grangärde (W); born 26 Feb 1858 in Räfvåla, Grangarde (W); died 23 Feb 1939 in Detroit, Wayne, Michigan.
  Notes for Peter Johnson:
Peter, ALONE, emigrates to Norway, Michigan by way of Hull, England on 21 March 1882 on the ship "Romeo" he is number 15939. His wife Augusta and her son Karl Erik moved from Lågnäs, Grangärde (W) to Göteborg on 25 June 1882 (AI: 20A p167, Grangärde, Lågnäs). His wife Augusta and her son Karl Erik emigrated 7 July 1882 from Göteborg to Norway, Michigan, USA (They traveled on the ship "Romeo" to Hull 7/7/1882 Number 19000). Peter, his wife Augusta, and their two sons Carl Erik and Per August returned to Grangärde (W) kn 1886. They move from Lågnäs, Grangärde (W) to Göteborg on 10 Ajpril 1887 (AI: 20A p167, Grangärde). They emigrate again on 22 April 1887 from Göteborg to Norway, MIchigan, USA. (They travel on ship "Juno" to Hull, England 22/4/1887 Number 9931).
Peter was a miner at the Aragon mine in Norway, MIchigan.
Petere became a naturalized citizen of the USA on April 6, 1892 at the Dickinson County Court House, Iron Mountain, Michigan.
Peter, Augusta and children lived at 526 Section Street in Norway, Michigan.
Excerpt for the(75th Anniversary, 1958 - Evangelical Covenant Church, Norway, Michigan     
"For some reason, twelve years after the first organization of the church they met again, this time in 1894 for the purpose of reorganizing the congregation. This time thirteen people became charter members of the church. They are, Peter Johnson, chairman, Charles Almquist, secretary, Charles Thorpe, treasurer; A P Asp, deacon, E E Hendrickson, deacon, Mrs Ida Asp, Martin Bjorkman, August Gustafson, Emma Gustafson, Mina Gustafson, Anna Gustafson, J P Stenberg, and Ulrica Johnson.
At the next business session of the church in December the following new members were welcomed into the congregation, Mr Joh E Anderson, Mrs Charles Almquist, Mrs Charles Thorpe, and Mrs Peter Johnson.
The first Sunday School sessions were held in the Turnblom home on Main (Nelson) Street, beginning in 1894. Many of the church services were still held in the homes of members of the congregation, until the Norwegian Luthera church became available for their use on Saturday evenings and Sunday afternoons.
When the group finally realized the urgent need for a church home, efforts were first made to purchase the Norwegian Lutheran Church. When these efforts failed they immediately set upon the task of securing a building site. The site was donated by the mining company. The cost of the original building was approximately $1200.00. More than half of this sum was raised within a few weeks, again revealing the real interest in the work. The original structure erected in 1898 is still a part of the present building used by the congregation (SE corner of Brown & 8th Ave). Remodeling projects carried on at various times has resulted in the present structure."

Obituary in Daily News, Iron Mountain, Michigan, May 31, 1927
"OLD RESIDENT OF NORWAY IS DEAD, HERE SINCE 1882.
Peter Johnson Passes Away Following Lingering Illness.
Peter Johnson, aged 71 years and a resident of Norway for the past 45 years, died at 7:15 o'clock yesterday morning, following a lingering illness. Mr. Johnson was one of the leading pioneer residents of the community, having during most of his residence here been actively associated with the mining activities of the city and district.
Besides his widow he is survived by five sons and two daughters. They are Mrs. Carl Nelson of Detroit and Miss Alma of Norway, Carl E, Frad A, and David of Detroit, August P of Hankinson, N.D., and Victor H of Hibbing, Minn. Two sisters, Mrs Sarah Turnblom and Mrs. C. Peterson, reside in Norway. All of the relatives, living outside the community have arrived here.
Mr Johnson was born April 20, 1956 At Grangärde, Sweden. He arrived in the United States March 21, 1882 and came to Norway April 12, of the same year. He was for many years connected with the mining industry by the first exploration companies in the community, later being employed by the Oliver Iron Mining company at its Aragon property. He retired several years ago.
The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from the home, with interment in Norway cemetery. The Rev. Gustafson will officiate."


  More About Peter Johnson:
Burial: 02 Jun 1927, Norway Twns Cemetery Block 8, Lot 1
Naturalization: 06 Apr 1892, Dickinson County Court House, Iron Mountain, Michigan (Source: Certificate of Naturalization, 6 April 1892.)
Residence: 1900, 526 Section Street, Norway, Michigan (1900 Census)

  Notes for Augusta Ersdotter:
The Norway Current, Norway, Michigan, December 9, 1899.
"A New Society.
Thursday of last week, P. M. Peterson, Escanaba, past supreme president of the S.H.&E. F. arrived in this city and the same day organized a brance of the Society Linnea, an adjunct of that prosperous Scandinavian Association. Nineteen ladies became members at this time and the following officers were elected.
President - Mrs A Sethnev
Vice-president - MRS. PETER JOHNSON
Treasurer - Mrs P A Melin
Secretary - Mrs D Bjork
Marshall - Mrs Geo. Carlson
Chaplain - Mrs P A LInduist
Guards - Mrs A J Anderson, Mrs B Branback
This society is a benevolent one and those who desire may secure death benefits to amount of $300."

Obituary, Daily News, Iron Mountain, Michigan, Saturday, Feb 25, 1939.
Mrs. Peter Johnson.
Mrs Peter Johnson, aged 81 a resident of Norway for the last 50 years, died Thursday in Detroit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Carl Nelson, with whom she was visiting. She was born February 26, 1858 in Grangärde, Dalarna, Sweden, and come to the United States while still a girl.
Surviving are five sons August, of Bismarck, NC., Carl, Fred and David, of Detroit, and Victor, of Duluth, two daughters, Mrs. Nelson and Mrs Walfred Danielson, of NOrway, one sister, living in Sweden; a brother in Montana and 14 grandchildren.
The body will arrive in Norway tonight and will be at the Danielson home until the hour of the funerala, 1:30 Monday. Services will be at 2 at the Swedish Mission Church, where Mrs. Johnson had been a member many years. Burial will be in the Norway cemetery."

  More About Augusta Ersdotter:
Burial: 27 Feb 1939, Norway Twn Cemetery Block 8 Lot 1
Emigration 1st time: 07 Jul 1882, Götborg, Sweden to Norway, Michigan, USA
Emigration 2nd time: 22 Apr 1887, Götborg, Sweden to Norway, Michigan, USA

  More About Peter Johnson and Augusta Ersdotter:
Marriage: 07 May 1881, Grangärde (W)

  iii.   Daniel Johnson, born 08 May 1858 in Lågnäs, Sunnansjö, Grangärde (W); died 21 Jan 1893 in Norway, Dickinson, Mich/ Aragon Mine Accident (Source: Dickinson County Death book 1, p25, line 321.); married Emma Charlotta Petersdotter 24 Sep 1887 in Norway, Menominee, Michigan (Source: Menominee Co Marriage Registrations, book B, p108).); born 08 Sep 1867 in Sandviken, Sunnansjö, Grangärde (W); died 16 Jul 1933 in Norway, Dickinson, Michigan.
  Notes for Daniel Johnson:
Article from the Norway Current, January 28, 1893.
" Peter Johnson a witness produced and sworn upon his oath says: Deceased was my brother and that he worked with me on Saturday night, Jan 21 says that a rock which fell from the bucket struck deceased. The following is the verdict found by the jury:
That Daniel Johnson came to his death on Jan 21 at about 8 o'clock PM, by being struck on the head with a rock that fell from the bucket that was being hoisted from the bottom to the 5th level of No. 2 shaft in Aragon mine."

Obituary, Norway Current, January 28, 1893.
"Buried at Quinnesec.
The remains of Daniel Johnson who was killed at the Aragon, Saturday night took place Monday afternoon under the auspices of the Scandinavian Society, of which the deceased was a member. The services were held at the Swedish Methodist Episcopal church, services being held at the same time over the remains of Gustaf Thorpe who died on Saturday aged 74 years. The burial also taking place at the same time as that of Johnson. The aged man was the father of Chas Thorpe of the 1st ward. Daniel Johnson as noted in another column was one of the early settlers in Norway and had many friends. He was a brother-in-law of A J Turnblom of the second ward, was 36 years old, and leaves a wife and three children to mourn his sudden demise."

  More About Daniel Johnson:
Burial: 24 Jan 1893, Quinnesec, Mich Cemetery
Emigration: 12 Mar 1880, Götborg, Sweden to Norway, Michigan, USA (Traveled on ship 'Rollo' to Hull, England 12/3 1880 No 7107)
Emigration 2nd time: 09 Aug 1885, Grangärde (W) to Norway, Michigan (Utflyttningslängden, 1885 No 57, 9/8)
Moved: 01 Mar 1880, Lågnäs, Grangärde (W) to Göteborg (Grangärde Utflyttingslängden, 1880 No 80, 1/3)
Returned to Sweden: 11 Feb 1885, Norway, Michigan to Grangärde (W)

  Notes for Emma Charlotta Petersdotter:
1894 Census. Michigan, Dickinson County, city of Norway.
Johnson, Mrs Lotta 26, 6 years in United States
Gerda 6 daughter
Henning 3 son
Ethel 2 daughter

1900 Census. Michigan, Dickinson County, city of Norway.
Anderson, Charlota Head Sept 1867, 32, Widow, 5,5, Sweden, em-1887, 13 years in USA
Gerda daughter, Oct 1888, 11
Henning, son, July 1890, 9
Ethel, daughter, April 1892, 8
Harold, son, November 1895, 4
Edna, daughter, Oct 1898, 1
Ekstrom, Charles, Boarder, June 1866, 54, Sweden, em-1897, 7 years in USA, Naturalized Citizen.

PROBATE COURT RECORDS, Dickinson County, November 24, 1896.
"In the Matter of the Estate of Daniel Johnson deceased, your petitioner would respectfully represent to the Court that she interested in said estate as the widow of said deceased; that said deceased departed this life at the City of Norway in the County of Dickinson and State of Michigan on the 21st day of January 1893 leaving no last Will and Testament as your petitioner informed and verigy believe.
That said deceased was, at the time of his death, an inhabitant of, or resident in said County of Dickinson and was possessed of personal estate situate and being in said County of Dickinson and elsewhere to be administered, and that the estimated value of the personal estate is the sum of One Thousand Dollars, and of the real estate the sum of --------Dollars, or thereabouts, as your petitioner is informed the verify believe--
And your petitioner further represents that the names, ages, residence and relationship to the deceased, of the heirs at law of said deceased, and other persons interested in said estate, as your petitioner is informed and believes are as follows: Charlotta Anderson, widow of said deceased, aged 28 years: Gerda Johnson, daughter of said deceased, aged eight years; Henning Johnson, son of said deceased, aged six years; and Ethel Johnson, daughter of said deceased, aged four years, alal resides at the city of Norway, in said county of Dickinson and state of Michigan."

Obituary. Norway Current, Friday, July 21, 1933.
"Charlotte Eckstrom.
Mrs. Charlotte Eckstrom an invalid for years, died at her home on Norway St., Sunday morning. She suffered a paralytic stroke three months ago.
Mrs. Eckstrom was born in Sunnansjö, Dalarna, Sweden, Sept 8, 1867 and at the age of twenty years was married in this city. She is survived by two sons and four daughters - Mrs. Frank Johnson, of Chicago; Mrs Reynold Johnson, Mrs Hilding Knutson and Miss Gertie all of Norway; and sons Harold of Chicago and Henning of this city, besides whom there is one brother, Peter Nordstrom (should have been PETER FORSTROM), Brown St. this city and two sisters in Sweden.
Floral offerings were many and beautiful. The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon from the Eckstrom home on Norway St. and were conducted by Rev. J. O. Gustafson pastor of the Swedish Mission church and interment was in Norway Township Cemetery."
Charlotte Eckstrom is buried in Block 10 Lot 22 of the Norway township cemetery.

  More About Emma Charlotta Petersdotter:
Burial: 19 Jul 1933, Norway Twn Cmtry,Norway, MI Blk 10 Lot 22
Emigration: 19 Aug 1887, Göteborg to New York, USA (Source: Nils-Gunnar Eriksson, Anbytarforum, 8 Jan 2005, Source code emigration 32:612:1743.)
Moved: 08 Sep 1867, Sandviken, Sunnansjö, Grangärde (W) to Bengtsgärd, Norrbärke (W) (Source: (1) Church Records (AI: 20A p203 Grangärde (W), Sandviken)., (2) Church Records (Utflyta Records, Grangärde (W), 1886, No 147).)

  More About Daniel Johnson and Emma Petersdotter:
Marriage: 24 Sep 1887, Norway, Menominee, Michigan (Source: Menominee Co Marriage Registrations, book B, p108).)

  5 iv.   Sophia M Jonsdotter, born 20 Apr 1865 in Lågnäs, Sunnansjö, Grangärde (W); died 24 Aug 1941 in Norway, Dickinson, Michigan; married (1) Daniel Peterson 01 Dec 1886 in Norway, Menominee, Michigan; married (2) Carl Johan Peterson 12 Sep 1896 in Norway, Dickinson, Michigan.


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