Hi Peggy, thanks for the information.
It looks to me that we have a match, as far as I can tell. Here is the information that was extracted from several censuses, and a death certificate for my great great grandmother:
|Database:||WI 1855 State Census Index|
In 1855 Andrew shows up in the Wisconsin State Census, in 1860 we Andrew and Olea, and their daughter Ingeborg, who was the first child born in the U.S.. The brothers are all there as well, so the information matches well. Then we see the family in 1870, still in Wisconsin, but without their father. Then Olea is next door to her daughter and son-in-law in 1880 and 1885.
See the images to the left and down:
It fills in very nicely!
Thank you, Peggy!
On Mon, Jun 22, 2009 at 9:02 AM, Peggy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Peggy has left a new comment on your post "The Thrill of the Hunt - How Thrilling is it?":
I was doing a search for a Anders Knutson Lundene and ran across your blog so thought i would forward what info i have & see if they might be the same.
I haven't run across a birthdate for him. I do have this ...
that he died in a runaway accident in 1867 when his horses bolted and he was thrown from the load.
He is not buried with the rest of his family in Rock Creek Cemetery in Mitchell County Iowa.
His wife name was Olia Knutsdatter Thoen b. Sept. 10, 1821 d. april 8, 1906
i have not found the isabella/ingbor connection ...
i show a son Knut Anderson Lundene
b. May 19, 1844
a son Christofer b. June 21, 1848
and a son Anton A. b. May 14, 1854.
My info shows that Anders & Olia immigrated to America in 1850.
Posted by Peggy to The Bloodhound at June 22, 2009 8:02 AM