Notes

[H1] Carl Werelius was last living in Flemingsberg, south of Stockholm.

[N318] Stina practice mid-wifery and helped the sick people by opening veins and by using other similar methods.

[H2] Claus was a furniture maker and farmer.

Claus and Anna were married at the Salem Lutheran Church, Moline, IL, by Pastor C. J. Youngberg on July 24, 1909.

Claus left his home in Hajom, Sweden, at the age of 22 years on 1902-03-07 and emigrated to America. Swedish Immigration records from 1783-1951 show tha he left Gothenburg, Sweden, on March 14, 1902 under the name Klas Augustsson. The record shows that his desination as Cleveland, Ohio, and the place of origin was Hajom, Vastra Gotaland Lan, Sweden. He sailed from Gothenburg on board the "Ariosto" on 1902-03-14 to Hull, England, under the name Klas Augustsson. For his journey to America, he transferred to the British Liner "Oceanic" of the White Star Line in Liverpool, England, on 1902-03-19 according to the Original Ship Manifest (page 0539) . He traveled to American under the name Klas Augustson. This was normally an 8 day trip and he arrived in New York on 1902-03-27 with 13 British Pounds in his pocket. His original destination in America was Cleveland, Ohio, to meet an "Uncle Ad Larson." He was travelling with a companion from Hajom, Algott Nilson, who was also meeting an "Uncle Ad Larson." The number of his contract (ticket) was 3925.

On August 5, 1904, Claus sent a postcard of the Barnard & Leas Manufacturing Company of Moline to his sister Anna in Sweden. In the postcard he writes:
"This is the factory where I work in Moline. I send many lovely regards with this postcard. I mailed photos a week ago. I hope that you have received them and have given them to those that should get them. C. O. Hagberg"

In a book written by Les Swanson, a friend of Darrel Hagberg, he writes that the Barnard & Leas Company was the manufacturer of grain milling machinery in Moline. Products included the Barnard grain separator, and flour sifters and sieve bolters which were developed in Hungary, but produced under a rights agreement by the firm so successfully that it was said that there was scarcely a mill in the USA that did not have some evidence of the Barnard and Leas trademark.

He was traveling to Cleveland to buy farm land in the South (Alabama ?). Hearing that there was work at John Deere Company in Moline, he changed his plans and traveled there. Since there was very little opportunity to buy another farm in Sweden, Claus went to America to work so that he could earn enough money to buy a farm.

We know where Claus lived during his first few years in America because his brother, Karl Ivar, joined him there after arriving in New York on 1905-03-09. The Original Ship Manifest for him shows that he was joining his brother at 410-11th Street, Moline, Illinois. This could have been a boarding house for men.

While in Moline, the family lived in a house on the southeast corner of 12th Avenue and 19th Street on the 14th Avenue circle.

Claus was living at 1715-13th Street Moline, IL.

He worked a number of years for John Deere in Moline. When business was slow at Deere, he worked in a Furniture Factory in Silvis, Illinois. It was the Silvis Variety Woodworks Company located at 1st Avenue at the northwest corner of 4th Street (owner ,W.T. Gallaher. They manufactured windows, binds, doors, mouldinds, stairs, office and store fixtures (from Moline city directory of 1908). He lost several fingers in an accident at the company. A photograph show the loss of these fingers.

He saved enough money to purchase farm land near Owen (Raynor), Wisconsin, from his father in-law, Fred Thornbloom, who was in land reality at the time. In 1911, Claus went with Johan Rudolph Borgesson to Withee, Wisconsin, to look at his land that he had purchased in neaby Owen. The land was all woods and brush. Johan Rudolph purchased some land in Withee but did not start working it until 1916.

He spoke English with a strong Swedish accent. He never spoke Swedish around his children after he descovered that Enger was having trouble in school with his Engish. However, he always spoke Swedish with his wife, Anna.

Claus was tresurer for the Lutheran Church, Owen, WI. His children attended Elmwood Elementary School.

He alway kept a large barrel of salted white fish on the back porch over the winter months to feed his family.

When the Great Depression hit at the end of 1929, Claus was forced to take on many small jobs to provide for his family.

He was supervisor the school board for the Green Grove area. There were accusations that he may have taken money from the school board. These accusations were not true but they deeply affected Claus. It was the start of the Great Depression and money was in short supply. School systems at this time often did not always receive their funding. As a result, it was easy for others to make false accusations

In the 1930 US Federal Census, Claus is shown as a Dairy Farmer living in Green Grove Township, Clarl County, Wisconsin, with his family.

In 1932, Claus disappeared. Johan Rudolph Borgeson, his first cousin relates this story: "Claus and I worked all day shingling a roof on the Sanstrom farm north of Owen, Wisconsin. Toward late afternoon, one or two of Claus's children came to get him. He talked with them, but did not go home with them. Claus was very quiet that day as though he had something on his mind. Later I went home and that was the last I seen of Claus. It was reported that Claus went to Owen where he cashed a check in the Owen Feed Mill. He was never traced after that. I remember them going out all day looking but never finding him. People reported having seen him at various places but he was never found. It was an unsolved case."

In later years, Johan Rudolph felt that Claus may have left the farm because of hard times and many responsibilties. But many other relatives feel that foul play was envolved in his disappearance. Claus left every indication that he was returning home that evening. He had told Laura that the boys must be careful running the saw and that he would check their work when he returned that night. Relatives indicated that Claus was a quite man who loved his family. They think that Claus would have never left his family under any circumstance. Many people felt that Sanstrom was mentally ill and may have murdered Claus after he left town that night.

After Claus disappeared, Enger, Edward, Clifford, Raymond, and Laura left the farm and went to Moline, Illinois to find work. The sons we able to find seasonal work a the farm implement manufacturers such as John Deere, International Harvester, J.I.Case, and other smaller companies. Anna stayed in Green Groove with her son, Harlan, and granddaughter, Lorraine Hagberg, However, she had to sell the farm due to heavy back taxes. She went to work for Mr. Pabash on a nearby farm for room and board during the Depression. She mainly cooked, washed and cleaned house for his family. In return, Anna, Harlan, and Lorraine were able to stay in a small house on the Papash farn located about one half mile away. Each day. Harlan and Lorraine would walk to the main farm for milk, eggs, and any other food items that were available. They all stayed on the Papash farm from 1934 to 1938.

In 1938 or 1939, Anna moved back to Moline, Illinois, with Harlan and Lorraine.. They lived at 1742- 14th Street, Moline, IL, and lived two house away from Gus and Phyllis Thornbloom. They lived at 1738 -14th Street.

A skeleton was found years later on a nearby lake with a finger missing. At that time, it was impossible to positively identify the body. Claus had lost a finger in Silvis furniture shop many years before. Sanstrom was committed for life to a mental institution in later years.
In 1932, Anna applied to the Swedish government for a part of the inheritance from the estate of Claus's father and mother. Claus's brother, Ivar, would not support this claim because he belived Claus was still alive. However, the Swedish government awarded Anna's family 200 Swedish gold crowns.

Relatives in Sweden felt that Claus left Sweden because he was not given the Haggarden farm. Usually the oldest son is given the farm. Johan was the oldest but suffered from a mental problem. According to relatives in Sweden, Claus was the next oldest but his father, August, signed the farm over to Frans, after a drinking bout.

A Tribute to My Dad, Claus Oscar Hagberg
by Laura Hagberg DeHaven

For the years of work and sacrifice that you went through in our behalf,
for the special times where we had fun and laughed,
for instilling in me fiorm principals, what was good, right and true,
for making me aware of my responsibility in every thing that I do,
for loving me when I was good and still loving me when I was bad,
for always sticking in there when times were hard and rough,
for giving up your wants and desires when there was not enough for us,
I will always remember you, dear father.

And now as I grow older, I never realized that on that day when you left for
work that I would never see you again.

Mother's years were lonely without you and she yearned to know what happened.
She loved you very much. We all loved you very much.
I hope that you were feeling our love.

As the years went by, Mother's health was failing and as her days grew shorter,
she looked at me, as if to say: "Don't feel bad, God has a plan.
I can see your Dad waiting on the other side."

Dear father, you are gone but not forgotten,

Your daughter, Laura

Klas travelled with the White Star Lines ship Oceanic from Liverpool to New York. He and another boy from Hajom called Algott Nilsson had tickets to Cleveland, Ohio. In the passengers list it says that they where going to an uncle A D Larsson. Klas had 13 dollars when he came to New York.

[H3] Engner worked in the Restaurant business in Davenport, IA, and in the Chicago area.

Social Security Death Index Record about Engner W. Hagberg:
Name: Engner W. Hagberg
SSN: 330-09-3664
Last Residence: 60050 Mc Henry, Mchenry, Illinois, United States of America
Born: 19 Feb 1910
Died: 10 Apr 1998
State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois

[H4] Social Security Death Index Record about Edwin Hagberg:
Name: Edwin Hagberg
SSN: 330-09-3663
Last Residence: 61265 Moline, Rock Island, Illinois, United States of America
Born: 26 May 1912
Last Benefit: 61265 Moline, Rock Island, Illinois, United States of America
Died: Sep 1977
State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois (Before 1951)

[H5] Klara was Augusta Brander's daughter from a previous union (i.e. out of marriage) and was adopted by August Werelius. His father's name is not mentioned in the birth record.

August and Augusta moved to Stockholm in 1881.

August Werelius was a joiner/carpenter.

[H6] Social Security Death Index Record about Clifford Hagberg:
Name: Clifford Hagberg
SSN: 330-09-3304
Last Residence: 52802 Davenport, Scott, Iowa, United States of America
Born: 27 Nov 1916
Last Benefit: 52802 Davenport, Scott, Iowa, United States of America
Died: Dec 1977
State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois (Before

Cliff married his first wife at the house of Gus and Phyllis Thornbloom located at 1738-14th Street, Moline, IL.

[H7] Helen is buried in Greenview Memorial Gardens, Silvis, IL, Garden of the Christus, Plot 258-C-2.

[H8] Anna Werelius never amrried.

[H9]
Taken from Moline Dispatch, Mon 25-Oct-1993:

Clayton and Ida Malmen

Clayton and Ida Malmen, 1603 8th St., Orion, will observe their 45th wedding anniversary on Oct. 28.

The former Ida Hagberg and Mr. Malmen, both of Moline, were married Oct. 28, 1948, in Milan.

They are the parents of Kay Ikes and Lorraine Carsell, both of Coal Valley, and Duane Hagberg, Orion. There are six grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, six stepgreat-grandchildren and two stepgreat-great-grandchildren.

Mr. Malmen was employed for 32 years at John Deere Parts Depot, East Moline, where he was in maintenance, retiring in 1973.

Mrs. Malmen was an elevator operator in the Fifth Avenue Building, Moline, for 28 years, employed by the Mel Foster Co. She retired in 1974.

The couple belong to the First Lutheran Church, Moline.

Taken from Moline Dispatch, Sun 17-Aug-1997:

Ida Malmen, 1603 8th St., Orion, will observe her 85th birthday on Aug. 27.

The former Ida Pohl was born Aug. 27, 1912, in Colby, Wis., She was residing in Moline when she was married to Clayton Malmen on Oct. 28, 1948, in Milan. He died Jan. 3, 1995.

Her children are Kay Ickes and Lorraine Carsell, both of Coal Valley, and Duane Hagberg, Orion. There are six grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren and three stepgreat-grandchildren.

Mrs. Malmen was an elevator operator in the Fifth Avenue Building, Moline, retiring in 1974.

She belongs to St. Paul Lutheran Church, Orion

Taken from Moline Dispatch, Sun 18-Aug-2002, SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Ida Malmen Birthday

Ida Malmen, 1603 8th St., Orion, will observe her 90th birthday on Aug. 27.

The former Ida Pohl was born Aug. 27, 1912, in Colby, Wis. She was residing in Moline when she was married to Clayton Malmen of Moline, on Oct. 28, 1948, in Milan. He is deceased.

Her children and spouses are Duane Hagberg, Orion, Kay and Bob Ickes, Coal Valley, and Lorraine and Bob Carsell, Coal Valley. There are six grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, two great-great-grandchildren and one stepgreat-grandchild.

Mrs. Malmen was employed as an elevator operator by Mel Foster Co., 28 years, retiring in 1974. She belongs to St. Paul Lutheran Church, Orion.

Taken from Moline Dispatch, Obituaries for Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2004

Ida E. Malmen, 91, a resident of Illini Restorative Care, Silvis, formerly of Orion, died Monday, Aug. 2, 2004, at Illini Restorative Care, Silvis.

Funeral Services will be 11 a.m. Thursday at Esterdahl Mortuary, 6601 38th Ave., Moline, with the Rev. Mike Lawyer officiating. Visitation will be from 4 to 7 p.m. today at the funeral home. Burial will be in Rose Lawn Memorial Estate. Memorials may be made to Pathway Hospice or to St. Paul Lutheran Church, Orion.

Ida Emma Pohl was born Aug. 27, 1912, in Colby, Wis., the daughter of Richard and Augusta Kind Pohl.

She worked in the Fifth Avenue building as as elevator operator for 28 years, retiring in 1974.

She married Engner Hagberg on Feb. 18, 1929, in Wisconsin. On Oct. 28, 1948, she married Clayton C. Malmen in Milan. They resided in Cape Coral, Fla., for nine years, coming back to Illinois in 1981. He died on Jan. 13, 1995.

She was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church, Orion.

Ida enjoyed time spent with her family, caring for her home, sewing and bingo.

Survivors (and spouses) are her children, Lorraine (Robert) Carsell, Silvis, Duane ``Sonny'' Hagberg, Canton, Ill., Kathryn (Robert) Ickes, Coal Valley; grandchildren, Carol Ann (Marc) Gellerman, Bettendorf, John (Debby) Carsell, East Moline, Vicki (Dave) Churchill, Moline, Karen Ickes and Barbara Ickes, both of Moline, and Diane (Pat) Leuck, Orion; great-grandchildren, Dennis Lee (Kelley) McCallum, Rock Island, Aimee Leigh (Jeffrey) Peters, Davenport, Rachel Renee Carsell, Kimberly Jade Carsell, both of Greenville, Ill., Benjamin Leuck, Ted Leuck, Sam Leuck, Anne Leuck and Grace Leuck, all of Orion; four stepgreat-grandchildren, Dustin Moen, Rock Island, Douglas (Claudia) Churchill, Davenport, Danielle Churchill, Ames, Iowa, and Christopher Churchill, Moline; great-great-grandchildren, Thomas Marc McCallum, Rock Island, Olivia Anna Peters, Davenport, Emerson Caroline Peters, Davenport; sisters, Louise Nikkinen, Lake Forest, Ill., Margaret Simmons, Tampa, Fla.; niece, Jean Stone, Tampa; sisters-in-law, Laura DeHaven, LaHarpe, Ill.; nephew, Donald (Joan) Benedum, Waupaca, Wis.; many great-nieces and great-nephews.

Preceding her in death were two sisters, Evelyn and Pearl; three brothers, Ervin, Herman; and infant brother, Raymond.

The family would like to thank Pathway Hospice Care nurse Jean Johnson, Lori Slettin, Health Aide, Orphy Kinkead, Hospice Volunteer and the staff at Illini Restorative Care for their care and concern.

[H10] Lorraine and Robert married in Robert's parents home.

Taken from the Moline Dispatch, Sun 09-Nov-1997:

Robert and Lorraine Carsell

Robert and Lorraine Carsell, No. 4 Kimberly Drive, Coal Valley, will observe their 50th wedding anniversary on Nov. 15.

The former Lorraine Hagberg and Mr. Carsell, both of Moline, were married Nov. 15, 1947, in the home of his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Carsell.

Their children are Carol Ann Gellerman, Bettendorf, and John Carsell, East Moline. There are four grandchildren and one stepgrandchild.

Mr. Carsell was employed for 45 years by Williams/White & Co., Moline, where he was an erector, retiring in 1992.

Mrs. Carsell was employed part time for 12 years in the cafeteria at Rock Island High School, where she was a server, retiring in 1988.

[H11] Duane was called "Sonny" all of his life. He suffered a serious brain injury at birth.

[H12]

Martha Hagberg

Martha Marie Hagberg, 76, McHenry, Ill., died Thursday, March 3, 1994, at home.

Services are 11 a.m. Monday at George R. Justen and Son Funeral Home, McHenry. Burial is in Windridge Cemetery, Cary, Ill.

Visitation is 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday. A memorial fund has been established.

The former Martha Marie Keim was born July 17, 1917, in Keithsburg, the daughter of William and Evelyn Blair Keim. She married Engner Hagberg Oct. 25, 1952, in Muscatine, Iowa.

The couple formerly lived in Davenport and operated the Henny Penny Chicken Brostery. They then opened the Henny Penny Restaurant in McHenry and operated it from 1965-1973.

Survivors include the widower; daughters, Nellie Hofeldt, Davenport, Sharon Jodta, Geneseo, Linda Cenegy, Dana Point, Calif., and Laura Turley, McHenry; sons, Ivar Hagberg, Los Angeles, and Michael and Patrick Hagberg, both of McHenry; 12 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and sisters, Mae Sentra, Moline, and Nell Bergmann

Social Security Death Index Record about Marie Hagberg:
Name: Marie Hagberg
SSN: 341-16-2219
Last Residence: 60050 Mc Henry, Mchenry, Illinois, United States of America
Born: 17 Jul 1917
Died: 3 Mar 1994
State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois (

[H13] Laura fas been employed for 28 years at Follett Software as Warehouse Manager.

[H14] Patrick is a twin to Michael.

[H15] Michael is a twin to Patrick.

[H16] Raymond last living in Indiana.

[H17] Social Security Death Index Record about Angela Hagberg:
Name: Angela Hagberg
SSN: 327-01-2407
Born: 26 Jun 1917
Last Benefit: 61244 East Moline, Rock Island, Illinois, United States of America
Died: Feb 1980
State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois (Before 1951 )

[H18] Darrel was born at Moline Public Hospital, Moline, Illinois.

Darrel lived at 1428 15th Avenue, East Moline, Illinois, and attended grade school at St. Mary’s Catholic School. In the summer of 1956, the family moved to 1912 30th Street, Moline, Illinois. While living in Moline, Darrel attended Calvin Coolidge Junior High School and Moline Senior High School. In the summer of 1960, Darrel's parents were divorced. Darrel moved back to the same address in East Moline with his mother.

As a boy, Darrel held several jobs. He passed newspapers for the Moline Daily Dispatch, the Des Moines Sunday Register, and the East Moline Herald while living in East Moline. After moving to Moline in 1956, Darrel worked at his father's restaurant, the Eagle Lunch Restaurant in Moline which was located on the NE corner of 6th Avenue and 14th Street. From 1961 to 1962, Darrel worked for his aunt, Laura DeHaven, at the Eagle Dinner Restaurant which was located on the East side of 16th Street between 5th Avenue and 6th Avenue in Moline.

In 1962, he worked at the Buddy L Company and the John Deere Malleable Works in East Moline to earn money to go to college. Later, in 1962, he took employment with Montgomery Elevator Company (now Koen) in Moline, Illinois. While there, he started as a layout draftsman. He also worked in the estimating department and research and development department. Before leaving the company in 1966, he was assistant project engineer for their new elevator test tower. He worked elevator designs for the Seattle World's Fair, the Apollo 11 Moon Mission, and the St. Louis Gateway Arch.

Darrel attended Black Hawk College in Moline from September 1961 to December 1963 and graduated with an Associates of Arts degree in Mathematics. During this period of time, he also attended St. Ambrose College in Davenport. He attended the University of Illinois from January 1964 to June 1967 and graduated with High Honors and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering.

While returning home by motor bus from school at the University of Illinois located at Champaign, Illinois, in February 1967, Darrel met his wife to be in Bloomington, Illinois. Betty was working for her Masters degree at Illinois State University in Bloomington. In July 1967, they were engaged to be married. The marriage date was originally set for February 1968 but was moved ahead to November 25, 1967, because Darrel received a military draft notification for December 1967. During the period from June 1967 to February 1968, Darrel had accepted an Engineering position at ALCOA (Aluminum Company of America), Davenport Works, located Bettendorf, Iowa. This factory is the world's largest Aircraft Aluminum Plant. In addition to Aircraft metal, the plant produced many other products. Betty taught Geography in the Fall at Rock Island High School.

As a result of the military draft notification, Darrel and Betty both joined the U. S. Navy Officer Candidate program in December 1967. Darrel started his military training at the U. S. Navy Officer Candidate School in Newport, Rhode Island, in February 1968. Betty started her training in March. In May, Betty was commissioned an Ensign in the Navy. Darrel was commissioned in June. Betty was assigned to the Naval Air Station in Norfolk, Virginia, as Administrative Officer. Darrel was assigned to the USS Wright, CC 2, stationed at the Naval Base in Norfolk, Virginia. Betty and Darrel were discharged from Active Duty on November 25, 1969. Betty attained the rank of lieutenant junior grade while Darrel attained the rank of lieutenant. Both were honorably discharged from the Navy.

Betty and Darrel purchased a new home on 7th Street, East Moline, Illlinois in February 1970

Darrel returned to his job with ALCOA on January 2, 1970. While there he assisted in the installation of the world's largest rolling mill and LNG forming and machining equipment. He also participated in the development of equipment used to produce the first Aluminum beverage cans and for the Computer Hard disc drives. Darrel was also Maintenance Planning and Scheduling supervisor, Cold Rolling Division Engineer, Mill Maintenance Superintendent, and Manager of Design Engineering. In his latter years, he also had the a dual assignment as Engineering Specialist and provided consulting expertise on manufacturing integration and computer related projects. He retired from ALCOA in 2002 after 35 years of service.

On October 15, 1970, Betty gave birth to Darla Renee at 6 PM in Lutheran Hospital in Moline, Illinois. After being at home for 2 years with Darla, Betty took a position in the library at Deere and Company in August 1972.

In 1975, Betty was promoted to Manager of Library and Archive Services. In addition, she was responsible for the John Deere Corporate Art Collection. Betty attended the Quad City Graduate Center in Rock Island, Illinois, and achieved a Masters degree in Business.

They moved to a new home at 3418- 12th Street, East Moline, Illinois in October 1976.

In July 1983; Darrel, Betty, and Darla visited their distant relatives in Belgium and France for the first time. They also visited his French relatives and Swedish relatives in July and August 1985 and for many years, thereafter.

Darrel and Betty moved to 3722-39th Street Court in Moline, Illinois, in August 1998.

Currently, Betty and Darrel travel, work on Genealogy, work on Gardening, and provide support to the New Figge Art Museum located in Davenport, Iowa. Darrel is also into Photo, Video, and Audio editing. Betty was a past member of Zonta, an organization that assist mothers and children that are in need. Betty was a member of the Davenport Museum of Art board of trustees from 2001-2003.

[H19] Larry attended St. Mary's School in East Moline from 1949-1957 and Scared Heart School in Moline from 1957 to 1960. He served as an altar boy in the Church.He graduated from Moline High School in 1962. He worked in his father's restaurant, The Eagle Lunch, in Moline and his aunt's restaurant, The Eagle Diner, in Moline until 1962.

He attended Moline Community College for a number of years.

From 1962 to 1982, he was an accountant and trust officer at Moline National Bank, Moline, Illinois. Larry was an Accountant for KVL Quad Corporation in East Moline, Illinois until his death. He is buried in St. Mary's Cemetary in East Moline.

He was a good and kind hearted man who was liked by everyone.

[H20] Darla was born at Luthern Hospital, Moline, Illinois.

In 1983, Darla toured Europe with her parents. She met many of her distant relatives in Belgium and France. In July 1985, Darla spent 4 weeks with be cousins in Beauvais, France. In August of that year she went to Sweden and met many of her Swedish cousins.

Darla attended grade school at Ridgewood Elementary School and Glenview Junior High School in East Moline, Illinois. She attended United Township High School in East Moline and graduated in 1987.

She received a Music Schlorship and attended Augustana College in Rock Island, IL, from 1987 to 1991 where she received a Bachelor of Business Administration. From 1991 to 1993, she attended the University of Illinois at Chicago where she received a teaching degree.

She is currently a teacher. She taught the Middle School grades in Chicago for a year before returing to Rock Island to teach the Middle School grades to the current day.

She married Chad Jones on July 6, 2003 at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Rock Island, IL.

Darla has travel much of the World with her parents and still likes to travel. She visits her Belguim relatives regularly. In February 2005, she and her huisband took theiir baby Angela to Belgium, France, and the Netherlands.

[H21] Ostervik, worked in Bofors, Sweden.

[H22] Anders was a carpenter.

[H23] Katherine died of leukemia (camcer). She is buried in Greenview Memorial Gardens, Silvis, IL, Garden of the Christus, Plot 258-C.

[H24] Dispatch Obituary dated 22 May 2007:

Jeffrey Hagberg

Funeral services to celebrate the life of Jeffrey Harlan Hagberg, 52, a resident of Davenport, will be 10:30 a.m. Thursday, May 24, at Halligan-McCabe-DeVries Funeral Home, Davenport. The Rev. Michael E. Vokt of Trinity Lutheran Church, Davenport, will celebrate the service.

Burial will be in Greenview Memorial Gardens, East Moline. Visitation will be 3 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. You can join the family at the funeral home at 7 p.m. Wednesday for a service of remembrance where you are invited to share a story or memory of Jeff. Memorials are suggested to an educational fund for his daughters, Amber and Megan.

Jeff died Sunday, May 20, 2007, at Clarissa C. Cook Hospice House, Bettendorf. He died after a battle with cancer, which was diagnosed in 2001. Jeff never let the cancer slow him down from living life.

He was born May 20, 1955, in Moline, a son of Harlan A. and Kathryn Peck Hagberg. He was united in marriage to Kathleen "Kathy" Lindle Kracaw Feb. 14, 1998.

Jeff began a career in the restaurant industry at the early age of 12. He assisted his family with the family restaurant, Harlan's in northwest Davenport. He dedicated 40 years of his life to the business including the building of a new restaurant at the same location. He owned and operated the business the last 25 years.

He cherished the time he spent with his family and many friends, especially enjoying his grandchildren. He was a dedicated fan of the St. Louis Cardinals, enjoyed riding his motorcycles, and he loved to golf and was known on the course as "Wiffle." He was very adventurous and enjoyed traveling. He was always ready to try something new. Jeff rarely met a food he did not like, whether in the U.S. or abroad! Food was a big part of his life, as was the camaraderie shared during the meal with friends or just his family.

Kathy's greatest memory that she will cherish was Jeff's ability to live, laugh and love, all of which he shared generously.

Those left to cherish his memory include his wife, Kathy; daughters, Amber and Megan; stepdaughters, Jamie Kracaw, Samantha (spouse, Ryan) Kracaw Schertz and Taylor Kracaw; three grandchildren, Kylie, McKenzie and Tucker; his father, Harlan (spouse, Shirley) Hagberg; brothers, Don Hellier and David Hellier; a stepsister, Teri; and stepbrothers, Fred, Tom and Mike. He is also going to be missed by his faithful companion, Keeta, his beloved dog. He was preceded in death by his mother, Kathryn Hagberg, June 29, 2006; and his sister, Kathleen "Kathy" Hagberg. May they rest in peace.

Online remembrances and condolences may be expressed to the family by visiting Jeff's obituary at www.hmdfuneralhome.com.

Jeff is buried in Greenview Memorial Gardens, Silvis, IL, Garden of the Christus, Plot 258-C.

[H25] Betty was a member of the Davenport Museum of Art board of trustees from 2001-2003.

[H26] Diane is an office manager for Mark.

[H27] Robert was a tool crib attendent and equipment erector at Williams-White Company.

Obituary for Robert Carsell, Moline Dispatch, Wednesday, August 1, 2007
Robert Edward "Bob" Carsell, 80, of Silvis, passed away on Tuesday, July 31, 2007, at Heartland Health Care Center, Moline.
Visitation will be 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday at Esterdahl Mortuary & Crematory, Moline. Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Friday at Elim Covenant Church, 5201 18th Ave., Moline, with the Rev. Darren Olson officiating. Interment will follow in National Cemetery, Arsenal Island. Military rites will be conducted by American Legion Post 246, Moline. Memorials may be made to the church or Pathway Hospice.
Bob was born May 24, 1927, in Moline to Orville E. "Pete" and Maizie Frances Woodhull Carsell. He was a 1945 graduate of Moline High School. Bob married Lorraine Elaine Hagberg Nov. 15, 1947. The wedding was conducted by Bob's father, O.E. Carsell, justice of the peace. Bob was employed for 45 years at Williams-White Co., Moline, retiring May 24, 1992.
Bob enjoyed watching the Cubs and many other sports, playing golf and being with his family. He was a true Moline Maroon.
He was a member of the American Legion Post 246 and Elim Covenant Church.
Survivors (and spouses) include wife, Lorraine, Silvis; children, John Robert (Debby) Carsell, East Moline, Carol Ann Carsell (Marc) Gellerma, Bettendorf; grandchildren, Dennis Lee (Kelley) McCallum Jr., Rock Island, Aimee Leigh (Jeffrey) Peters, Bettendorf, Rachel Renee (fiance, Dustin Ballinger), Park View, Kimberly Jade Carsell, Davenport; stepgrandson, Dustin Moens, Moline; great-grandchildren, Thomas Marc McCallum, Olivia Anna Peters and Emerson Caroline Peters; sister, Joanne DeMaught, Moline; brother, James Herbert, (Carolyn) Carsell, Moline; brother-in-law, Duane "Sonny" Hagberg, Canton, Ill.; sister-in-law, Kay (Bob) Ickes, Orion; many nieces and nephews and great-nieces and -nephews. Bob was preceded in death by his parents and brothers, Jack Ellis Carsell and William Francis Carsell.
Bob's family would like to express special thanks to the staff of the Arcadia Unit and all of Bob's caregivers at Heartland Health Care, Dr. Reynaldo Castro and Orphie Kincaid, hospice volunteer.

[H28] Carol was a teacher at United Township Highb School in East Moline, IL. She retired on June3, 2008.

[H29] Daryl worked as a factory worker for International Harvester Co., Rock Island, IL. and for NavStar, Springfield, OH.

[H30] Ulrika went by the name of "Mor Ulla" which means Mother Ulla. Ulrika never married but had four daughters. She took over her father's cottage at Naset after he died. The cottage was called "Ulla Cottage".

[H31] Lars died of drowing.

[H32] Lars died at 23 years of fever. He had a twin sister who also died of the fever.

[H33] There was a child, Anders Andersson, listed in the family records. He was a farm worker on the farm. His relationship is unknown. He was born on February 2, 1926.

[H34] Other Swedish records show Britta being born on January 13, 1760.

[H36] Annicka was a farm homemaker in Habe, Bockagarden, Orby, Sweden.

Other Swedish records show Annicka being born on December 10, 1795 and dying on November 18, 1878.

[N343] Other Swedish records show Anna being born on June 12, 1785.

[H37] Beata's surname also shown as Jonsdotter in the Swedish records.

[H38] Swedish records also show Britta's surname as Arfidsdotter.

[H39] Church records were lost or destroyed in 1760 containing information on the Anders Larsson family line.

[H40] Elin was a farm homemaker at Nedregarden, Hjorttorp, Hajom, Sweden.

[H41] Swedish records also show Andreas being born on February 2, 1790.

[H42] Anders Larsson came from Surteby where he was probably a farm worker. He was sentenced to death for murder but his sentence was commuted to 1 year in prison.

[H43] Swedish records also show Lars birthdate as August 16, 1787.

[H44] Swedish records also show Anna's birthday as March 29, 1869.

[H45] Swedish records also show Anders birthday as June 24, 1817.

Anders was a smither and country store keeper.

[N335] The Swedish Houshold Examination Records of 1840-1845 and 1845-1849 shows Johannes Andreasson and his wife living at Sätila. Move In and Move out records show the family moving to Hajom in 2 November 1850.

[H46] Swedish records also show August's birthday as April 6, 1953 and his marriage date as June 8, 1877.

August died at 5:40 pm on December 30, 1917.

The Falkagården Farm is located directly across the road from Haggården Farm. August and Kierstin were close neighbors.

[H47] Emelie was the foster child of ancester Johannes Andreasson.

[H48] Johannes moved to Kinna, Sweden, in 1874.

[H49] Anders moved to Gothenberg, Sweden, in 1873.

[H50] Anders moved to Gothenberg, Sweden, in 1884.

[H51] Augusta moved to Gothenburg, Sweden, in 1882.

[H52] Maria went to North Americva on March 27, 1889.

[H53] Susanna moved to Boras, Sweden, on October 16, 1896

[H54] Swedish records also show Anders birthday as April 16, 1851.

[H55] Swedish records also show August's birthday as November 6, 1857.

[H56] Swedish records also shoe Betty's birthday as October 7, 1860.

[H57] Swedish records also show Anna's birthdate as August 30, 1855.

[H58] John went to the USA.

[H59] Swedish records also show Claes birthdate as December 28, 1878.

Claes went to the USA.

[H60] Swedish records also show Martin's birthdate as July 14, 1880.

[H61] Little is known about Johan. According to Hajom parish records, Johan lived at Nodinge Hagården in Hajom, Sweden, until he emigrated to America on 26 February 1897. Information on a Emigranten CD indicates that he left the port of Göteborg on 19 March 1897. He listed his destination as Chicago. He traveled under the name Johan A. Augustson.

Laura DeHaven said that Johan had 2 children before he died, a boy and a girl. She also thought that his wife's name might have been Anna. The last time she saw Johan and the family, she was 8 or 9 years old. She was very sure that he died in a logging mill accident in Little Falls, Minnesota, and that he was a big man.
Emigranten Populär, 1783-1951 Swedish Emigration Records, 1783-1951
about Johan A Augustson
Name: Johan A Augustson
Birth Year: abt 1878
Gender: Man (Male)
Place of Origin: Hajom Västra Götaland Län, Sverige
Destination: Chicago
Record Date: 19 mar 1897
Port of Departure: Göteborg
Database Name: EmiHamn
Archive Call Number: 59:233:3842
Principal Person: Augustson Johan A

Johan Adolf left Sweden 1897-03-19. Contractnumber: 3842. He travelled on the Ariosto from Göteborg to Hull and on the Lucania to New York. He had a ticket to Chicago. There was another boy from Hajom that left the same day and may have travelled with Johan. His name was Emil Johanneson and he was 17 years old.
New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957
about Johan E Augustson
Name: Johan E Augustson
Arrival Date: 3 Apr 1897
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1877
Age: 20
Gender: Male
Port of Departure: Liverpool, England
Ethnicity/Race­/Nationality: Swedish
Ship Name: Lucania
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Line: 4
Microfilm Serial: M237
Microfilm Roll: M237_672
Page Number: 8

Ann Marie Johnson, Curator of Collections, Morrison County Historical Society, Little Falls, MN may be of future help.

[H62] Frans went to North America on December 19, 1902 , but returned to Sweden on March 27, 1903.

[N316] Anna Cecilia Johannesson was married in a double wedding at Haggarden on
1919 March 19 along with her sister, Berta Emelia Johannesson .

[H63] Karl Ivar emigrated to America in February 3, 1905. He bought a farm near Geneseo, IL, after working for a period as a factory worker for Deere and Company.

Karl had a baby girl who died at birth.

Swedish records indicate that Ivar left Sweden 1905-02-24. Contractnumber: 5154 He travelled with Calypso from Göteborg to Hull. He had a ticket to New York. There were three other boys from Hajom that left Sweden the same day. I suppose they travelled together. Klas Edvin Andreason, age 20; Oskar Klemens Olson Anderason, age 23, Carl Adolf Börjesson Andersson, age 23
The Ship's Manifest Record for Ivar shows that he travelled under the name of Karl J. Json Augustson, age 19, on the ship SS Oceanic, leaving Liverpool on March 1, 1905, and arriving in New York of March 9, 1905. His destination was listed as Moline. The relative information was listed as: 1715-13th Street, Moline, IL, Brother C. O. Hagberg No. 410. Others travelling with Karl from Hajom to Moline were: Klas E. Anderson, age 20: Oscar K. O. Andreason, age 23; Carl Adolf B. Andreason, age 23

[H64] Berta Johannesson had a twin sister, Agda, that died when she was 3 years old.

Berta Emelia Johannesson was married in a double wedding at Haggarden on 1919 March 19 along with her sister, Anna Cecilia Johannesson.

[H65] Agda was a twin to Berta.

[H66] Sven was a farmer.

[H67] Anna also lived in Gothenburg, Sweden.

[H68] Ida went to Noth America on April 4, 1902.

[H69] Ellen went to North America on March 23, 1906.

[H70] Swedish records also show Borge's birthday as may 4, 1848.

Borge went to America on March 23, 1888 but returned to Sweden on January 26, 1894. He worked in America for six years.

John Rudolph went to North America on August 14, 1908.

[H71] Johan Rudolph was called by his second name, "Rudolph".

Rudolph came to America on 1908-08-14, arriving in Moline, Illinois. The depression of 1908 was on and he could not find work. He finally got a job from a Swede who had a large stone quarry. Rudolph would bore a half dozen holes and dynamite large blocks, some as large as a railroad car. These blocks of stone were loaded onto carts (apparently on rails) ans pulled up a steep hill to a crusher. The stone was shipped out from there and was used for making glass. The foreman had long wiskers and came to work with heavy pants. It was hot working down in the quarry. Rudolph was paid $1.75 a day. He worked from September to Christmas and was laid off.
After Christmas in 1909, Rudolph found a job at the Moline Plow Works pulling loaded carts outside to cool off. The carts were loaded with hot metal that had just been formed. He worked for $1.65 a day which less than $10.00 a week. Rudolph worked there until spring. He then found a job for a building contractor hauling bricks for a brick layer until Christmas.

Rudolph had his cousin, Ivor Hagberg, as a roommate in 1909. Ivor found Rudolph a job at John Deere Malleable Works where Ivor was working. Rudolph worked there almost 10 years. He would take pieces from the foundry and put them into sand drums. Heated in sand, the pieces became malleable. They then could be bent, straightened, etc. The foundry always closed down in the summer because it was too hot.

In 1911, went with Claus Hagberg to Withee, Wisconsin, to look at some land that Claus had purchased. The land was all woods and brush. Rudolph purchased some land nearby but did not start working it until 1916. In 1916, he built a little house there.

Rudolph was blind the last five years brought on by diabetes. He passed away at the Marshfield Nursing Home.

Jenny died of congestive heart failure and passed away in Eau Claire Hospital.

[H72] Johannes had 6 children from his first marriage.

[H73] Still living on the Haggarden Farm in Sweden.

[H74] Frans "Uno" ran a Plumbing Business in Bjorketorp, Sweden.

[H75] Rolf was living at Haggarden. He never married and lived with 3 unmarried sister.

[H76] Alfred was a farmer.

[H77] Sture was a farmer.

[H78] Evald Svensson, Ernest Svensson, and Gunnar Andersson had a construction company together in Skene bygg.

[H79] Arnold died of appendicitis.

[H80] Jenny immigrated to the US in 1907. Jenny Maria Anderson became a citizen in 1910. The 1`930 US Cenus shows her name spelled "Jennie"

[H81] Arthur was a farmer. He returned to Sweden several times to marry.

Arthur was envolved in a serious car accident in a Volvo on Interstate 80 in the 1050's.

Social Security Death Index Record about Arthur B. Hagberg:
Name: Arthur B. Hagberg
SSN: 320-32-6292
Last Residence: 61235 Atkinson, Henry, Illinois, United States of America
Born: 23 Aug 1908
Died: 10 Aug 1989
State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois

[H82] Jenny's had the same last name as Rudolph.

Anna Thornbloom Hagberg was a mid-wife to the birth of her children.

Jenny died of congestive heart failure and passed away in Eau Claire Hospital.

[H83] Elsie was a secretary.

Anna Thornbloom Hagberg was a mid-wife to the birth of Elsie

[H84] Anna Thornbloom Hagberg was a mid-wife to the birth of Sigfred.

[H85] John was in Real Estate Sales.

Anna Thornbloom Hagberg was a mid-wife to the birth of John.

[H86] Frans was a farmer.

[H87] Ernst was a contractor.
Ernst came to America in April 1995 to visit his cousin Darrel Hagberg.

[H88] Bertil was a farmer.

Bertil's mother and Ruth's mother are first cousins. Bertil's mother's name was Berta Emelia Johansson and grandmother's name was Kierstin Osefua Svensdotter. Ruth's mother's name was Anna Vilhelmina Andersson and grandmother's name was Betty Svensdotter. Kierstin Osefua and Betty were sisters. Therefore, Bertil and his wife, Ruth, were third cousins

[H89] Hugo worked for the Swedish Telephone Company.

[H90] Ella was a hospital janitor.

[H91] Ynque was a newspaper man.

[H92] Margit was a post office cashier.

[H93] Olof was a machine repairman.

[H94] Sonja was a caretaker.

Last known address: Årbo 9, 515 69 Svaneholm, Sweden

[H95] Kerstin was a clerk.

Last known address: Bogrydsvägen 54, 515 61 Svaneholm, Sweden

[H96] Bertil's mother and Ruth's mother are first cousins. Bertil's mother's name was Berta Emelia Johansson and grandmother's name was Kierstin Osefua Svensdotter. Ruth's mother's name was Anna Vilhelmina Andersson and grandmother's namewas Betty Svensdotter. Kierstin Osefua and Betty were sisters. Therefore, Ruth and her husband, Bertil, were third cousins

[H97] Katherine died in child birth.

[H98] Eric is a farmer in Geneseo, IL.

[H99] Arvid is an assembler at Deere and Company Harvester Works.

John Deere Harvester announced Arvid Hagberg, Geneseo, assembler; retired July 1, 1997, after 33 years

[H100] Elly immigrated to the USA on May 8, 1950.

Darrel Hagberg met Elly in 1986 (?). She was a soft spoken woman and a Christian. She was Arthur second wife. When Arthur suffered from a stroke, she devoted herself to him. She put in many hours doing church work and helping the poor.

Taken from the Moline Dispatch on Sat 12-Dec-1998:

Obituary for Elly Hagberg

Elly Hagberg, 80, of rural Atkinson, died Thursday, Nov. 10, 1998, at Hammond-Henry Hospital, Geneseo.

Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Monday at First Lutheran Church, Geneseo. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery, Geneseo. Rev. Barbara Melaas-Swanson will officiate. Visitation will be 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday at Stackhouse-Moore Funeral Homes, Wright Chapel, Geneseo. Memorials may be made to First Lutheran Church, Geneseo, or Intouch, Atkinson.

The former Elly Nyberg was born Nov. 4, 1918, in Sweden, the daughter of Viktor and Augusta Eriksson Nyberg. She married Arthur B. Hagberg on May 27, 1950, in Geneseo. He died Aug. 10, 1989. She was a homemaker.

Her memberships include: First Lutheran Church, Geneseo, the Ruth and Bethany Circles and Svenska Klubben of the church. She was a volunteer with Intouch Center in Atkinson. She enjoyed sewing and gardening.

Survivors include sons and daughters-in-law, Eric and June Hagberg and Arvid and Carol Hagberg, all of Geneseo; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; a brother, Claes Nyberg, of Sweden; and a sister, Eleanora Genberg, of Sweden.

[H101] Hans is a teacher.

[H102] Rosa works for a Pharmacy.

[N313] Last known address: Surteby Hagakullen 2, 519 95 Björketorp, Sweden
E-mail address: Lennart.Johansson@mark.se

[H103] Mikael is an electrician.

Last known address: Nygatan 12, 430 20 Veddige, Sweden
Mikael 's E-mail: mikaelj16@gmail.com
Ann-Louise's E-mail: annlouisej16@gmail.com

[H104] Lars was a carpenter.

Last known address: Sjöbn Västerväg14, 51930 SE - Horred, Sweden, Lars E-mail Hm.johansson@hotmail.com, Phone number 046 (0) 320-87174, Gunella's E-mail: 1999@hotmail.com

[H105] Harry was a contractor.

[H106] Barbara has a boy and a girl.

[H107] Gerd is married.

[H108] Inge had two sons.

[H109] Evy is a nurse and works in a nursing home.

[H110] Inger is a shop assistant.

[H111] Bengt is a fork lift operator.

[H112] Gunilla is a teacher.

[H113] Katarina is a nurse.

[H114] Carina is a kindergarten teacher.

[H115] Annelie is a clerk.

[H116] Monica is a nurse.

[H117] Works in Timber yard.

[H118] Annelie is a nurse.

[H119] Sidney is a farmer.

[H120] Jacalyn was a store keeper.

[H121] Folke worked for the Swedish Telephone Company.

[H122] Kenny is a sheet metal worker.

[H123] Tyronne is a store worker.

[H124] Lilian is a nurse.

[H125] Tore is a farmer.

[H126] Published in the Quad-City Times from 6/30/2006 - 7/1/2006

Funeral Services for Kay E. Hagberg, 89, will be 1 p.m. Monday in the All Faith Chapel of the Halligan-McCabe-DeVries Funeral Home. Visitation is Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. at the funeral home. Burial is in Greenview Memorial Gardens, East Moline.
Mrs Hagberg died Thursday, June 29, 2006, at Good Samaritan in Davenport. Kathryn "Kay" Elizabeth Peck was born December 4, 1916, in Corydon, Iowa, the daughter of Louis and Marie (Olmsted) Peck. She married Harlan Hagberg in Moline, Ill., in 1947. Together they founded the Triangle Truckport in 1953 in Davenport, now known as Harlan's Restaurant. She retired in 1973.
Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer's Association.
Survivors include her sons, Jeff (Kathy) Hagberg and Don Hellyer, both Davenport, and David (Hilda) Hellyer, Branson, Mo.; grandchildren, Tim Hellyer, Nathan Hellyer, Amber Hagberg and Megan Hagberg; a great-grandson, Soren Hellyer; brothers, Harold Peck, Richard Peck and Gene Peck; and her very special friend, Ann Hanson, Davenport.
She was preceded in death by a daughter, Cathleen Hagberg, in 1955. May she rest in peace.
Online remembrances and condolences may be expressed by visiting Kay's obituary at www.hmdfuneralhome.com.

Kay is buried in Greenview Memorial Gardens, Silvis, IL, Garden of the Christus, Plot 258-C

[H127] Carl is a farmer.

[H128] Mats was a farmer.

[H129] Anne is a clerk in the tax office.

[H130] Allan was a truck driver.

[H131] Jerry is a furniture maker.

[H132] Tomas is in the Swedish Army.

[H133] Yvonne is a nurse.

[H134] William was in Real Estate Sales.

[H135] Steve is an Electrician.

[H136] Inger was a school teacher.

[H137] Lisbeth is a day care center teacher.

[H138] Faoen was an Office worker.

[H139] Pia was a Foster Child.

[H140] Rune was an assembler in a Volvo factory.

[H141] Magnus works for Volvo.

[H142] Per was a farmer.

[H143] Stig was a building worker.

[H144] Marvin changed his name from Dillinger to Hagberg.

[H145] J.D. Darnall High School's Class of 1999

[H146] Geneseo Class of 1964

[H147] Tue 27-May-1997, MARRIAGE LICENSE, Rock Island County

[H148] Stefan is President of Ericsson in Sweden.

[H149] Ulla teaches kindergarden.

[H150] Mark ia a lawyer.

[H151] Hans is a painter

[H152] Sven is a farmer.

[H153] Carl is an Engineer.

[H154] Norene works for an insurance company.

[H155] Jenifer died at birth.

[N345] Note from Stefan Lindholm (married to Inger - the 2nd daughter to Uno & Alice), dated 26 September 2010:

"Magnus & Sofia Jilvero's third child - second son - has been christened today, 26 September 2010 in Hyssna Church.
Magnus is the oldest son of Jan Jilvero (previously Johansson), son of Uno and Alice Johansson, Holmåkra. Uno was born and grow up in Hagården."

[H156] Hakan was an electrician.

[H157] Tom was self employed.

[H158] Mona is a Nurse

[H159] Viktor is a twin to Johan.

[H160] Johan is a twin to Viktor.

[H161] Cherie is a store clerk.

[H162] Lennart is a teacher.

[H163] Nils is a salesman for telephone switching equipment.

[N336] Ove's E-mail is jaktove@home.se and Phone number is 46 322 92331

[H164] Klaus is a Doctor of Medicine.

[H165] Britt is a nurse.

[H166]
From the Moline Dispatch, Fri 30-Jun-2000

SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Hagberg-Wyers

Announcement is made of the engagement of Tracy C. Hagberg and Robert A. Wyers, both of Rock Island. She is the daughter of Sharon Newburg, 1332 44th St., Rock Island. He is the son of Nancy Brimberg, 2920 7th Ave., Rock Island.

The couple will be married Aug. 5 in Broadway Presbyterian Church, Rock Island. Relatives and friends are invited to the 3 p.m. ceremony and a reception afterward at Twin Towers, Moline.

Both the bride-elect and prospective bridegroom graduated from Rock Island High School. She is employed at the I.H. Mississippi Valley Credit Union, Rock Island, and is employed by Dexton Enterprises, Rock Island.

From Moline Dispatch, Thu 10-Aug-2000 :

ROCK ISLAND COUNTY MARRIAGE LICENSES

Wyers, Robert, Hagberg, Tracy, both of Rock Island

[H167] Kimberly will be graduating from the International Academy of Design and Technology on June 18, 2003. Her degress are an Associate in Advertising and a Bachelor's Degree in Graphic Design.

[H169] Gustav lived in Flemingsberg, South of Stockholm.

[N319] Went to Kristinehamn on 29 Oct 1898.

[H170] Klara left for America on 14 feb 1915 from Engelbrekt, Stockholm, Sweden.

[H171] Elsa Werelius never had children.

[H172] Klara was adopted by August Werelius. She was the daughter of Augusta Mathilda Brander from a previous union.

[H173] No children from this marriage.

[H174] The Magnus Pettersson family lived in a small cottage Tavlan, Sweden from 1858 to 1888. Tavlan is located 7.7 kilometers north of Karlskoga. The cottage and land probably belonged to a large land owner who rented the place for farm work. The family was very poor. Magnus provided water to travellers on the road between Karlskoga and Tavlan to Kallmo. The water well was located directly across the road from the cottage. The cottage was about 24 feet long and 24 feet wide. The first floor was divided into a kitchen area located in the front part of the cottage and a small sleeping area in the rear. The most of the family slept in the 12 foot by 24 foot rear section. There was a small attic space that probably provided additional sleeping space.

The little cottage was seen along the highway from Karlskoga to Tavlan in 1986 by Darrel, Betty, and Darla Hagberg. It had been well taken care of the owner who showed it to them. The cottage contained the furniture used by the Magnus Petterson family and was in "museum-like" condition.

In 2003, the city of Karlskoga moved the little cottage to the inner city area. The following are E-mail's received by Darrel Hagberg from Sweden:
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January 12, 2004

Darrel,

It was a pleasant surprise to hear from you after a number of years. I am 84 now, but am still active with our emigrant history. I get a good deal of info via the net and go down to our archives 2-3 times a week to include it in our files.
The old cottage at Tavlan came into the hands of the city authorities. They did not want to keep the cottage at the spot, as they were afraid it would be a haunt of drug-addicts, so our Heritage Society took it over, and it is now standing beside our "hembygdsgard" (where we had the party after the dedication of the Verelius stone*). It was taken by car from Tavlan to the "hembygdsgard". It will house a shoemaker´s shop (museal). Also textiles will be kept there.

Best wishes to you and your family, the baby (Angela) included,

Kjell
(e-mail: kjell.nordqvist@telia.com)
* Werelius Grave Marker Dedication - Fund raiser by Darrel Hagber in 1987 at 500 anniversary of Karlskoga.

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January 29, 2004

Dear Mr Hagberg,

I got a message fron Kjell Nordquist that you were interested in the small cottage in Tavlan north of Karlskoga, where Sally Herbst's ancestors came from. It is true that the cottage has now been moved to the Local Heritage Society of Karlskoga and its mansion there. The city council of Karlskoga wanted the house removed from its old place. It had been empty for many years and there was a fear that the house could turn into some shelter for drug-users etc.

So we got it from the city council, moved it to our old homestead and has given it a new life; careful restoration has begun. It is not a "backstuga", which means that a house is dug into the hillslope behind. Its is quite an ordinary old Swedish cottage from the medium 1800s. But it is a nice little cottage and will be used for a) a shoemaker's museum in the kitchen and b) for handicraft, exp. textiles in the room.

I guess Kjell Nordqvist has given you more detalis of the house. Your cousin is very welcome to come and see it!

With best wishes,
Karin Oman
President of the Local Heritage Society of Karlskoga.
(e-mail: karin.oman@oreline.net)

Magnus was baptised 9 March 1817,

[H175] Anna Andersdotter is buried in the Anders Werelius grave plot in the Karlskoga churchyard.

Anna was baptised 12 June 1831.

[H176] Anna is probably buried in her father's grave

[N333] Movement of Maria Karolina's family in Sweden:
27 November 1885 - Moved from Karlskoga to Munktorp
09 November 1886 - Moved from Munktorp to Ryttern
27 October 1890 - Moved from Ryttern to Dingtuna
24 October 1893 - Moved from Dingtuna to Hubbe
27 October 1896 - Moved from Hubbe ti Skultuna

[H177] Anders was also known Anders Törnblom and Anders Magnusson and Anders Magnussen. His nickname was "Fret."

In 1880, Anders moved from Karlskoga to Munktorp. In 1883, he moved to Kolback and then back to Munktorp in 1884. He lived in Munktorp another 9 years before moving to Vasteras, Sweden, to live with the Erik Windblad family. Fret's family lived there for 2-1/2 years.

Accordling to the 1890 Swedish Census, Anders and his family was living in Munktorp, Västmanlands Län, Västmanlands, Sweden. His son, Fred Magnusson, is not shown in the census. Probably Fred died before 1890.

The family had read about farm land in America in an advertisement in a St. Paul, Minnesota, newspaper sent to him by his brother Carl.

Leaving his wife and children behind, Anders Fredrik Thornbloom (Magnussen) came to America with Erik Windblad, father of John and Rudy, in April 1893. They took a train from Vasteras to Gotenburg and then traveled to Halsingborg.

Anders traveled on the Ship "Italia" departing from Halsingborg, Malmohus, Sweden, using the family name, Magnussen. The ship arrived at Ellis Island in New York on April 24, 1893. On line 181 of the ship's manifest, his name is listed as: "Anders J. Magnussen." Line 182 list his friend as: "Erik Aug. Windblad."

After arriving in New York, Anders and Erik went to Ellis Island for an Emmigration check. They took a train from New York to Moline, Illinois, to visit his brother, Carl and a cousin, Gus Thornbloom, before going to Alabama. Fret and friend Erik Windblad went to the "Flat Iron Saloon in East Moline to look for his brother. Carl thought that he recognized his brother Fret and said to a friend: "I swear that's by brother Fret." Fret then called out to his brother Carl. After visiting with his brother, Anders Fredrik decided not to go to Alabama but instead stay in the Moline, Illinois area.

Later in the year, Fredrik sent for his wife Anna Haft and his children: (Henrik, Anna, Carrie (Ingeborg), and Swan (Elias). The family traveled from Goteborg, Goteborg och Bohus, Sweden, on the German ship "Bohemia." Again, they used the family name Magnussen. They arrived at Ellis Island, New York, on November 21, 1893.

Erik Windblad brought his wife, Johanna, and a young son and daughter, John and Signe, to America later in 1894.

Anders Fredrik took a job at the "Swedish Brickyard" below the hill near the Moline-East Moline city limits. Erik Windblad purchased the first lot in what is now the city of East Moline, Illinois near First Street and 17th Avenue.

In 1894, Anders Fredrik (known as Fret to his friends) took up farming near Third Street, East Moline, Illinois, near the current location of St. Mary's Cemetary. He rented the land from a man named "Edlund". Ivar was born in Moline, Illinois, on 1895 March 08. This was their first child to be born in America. After two years, Fred moved his family to the Fountain Place in Port Byron, Illinois. He rented the farm property from a man named Peirsall from about 1896 to 1902. Casper was born on 1897 May 05 and Phyra was born 1899 July 29. Mrs Erik Windblad was a midwife and helped to bring the first Thornbloom children born in America into the world.

Fret and his family moved to Cambridge, Illinois, in 1902. He purchased a meat market and livery stable. Ida was born 1903 February 03 in Cambridge. While in Cambridge, Anna sold subscriptions to a magazine, and won a diamond ring. She also work as a Chef in a local restaurant. The Windblad brother's mentioned that Fret was not a very good businessman because he was to generous to his hired help. Fret finally decided to get back into farming about 1904. He sold his business and moved to Blue Grass, Iowa, where he purchased a farm.

While in Blue Grass, Fret not only ran the farm but also ran a coal mine operation from 1904-1913 (approximate).

Sadie was born on the farm on 1905 February 07. In 1908, little Ida died at the age of 5 years. Although the cause of death is unknown, it was known that Ida bled easily and may have suffered from Hemophilae.

The family moved again in 1911 to a farm located in Ashley Township, Minnesota, for a short time. They then moved to the Morse farm located on the shores of Long Lake, northeast of Sauk Centre, Minnesota. Fret worked a farming operation and sold farm property to other new immigrants, thus helping many of his fellow countrymen to become established in America. They lived there for 25 years.

On 1919 September 21, Phyra died at 20 years. Again the cause was suspected to be Hemophilae.

Fret and Anna lived out their days in Sauk Centre, Minnesota, and are buried there in Greenwood cemetery, east of the city. Fred died on a Sunday, 1934 March 04, at 2:30 pm after an Illness.

Anna Haft was known as "Moster Fret" to her side of the family while Anders Fredrik was known as "Faster Fret" to his side of the family.

Fret and Anna along with their children: Anna, Carrie, and Henry, never became U.S. citizens. However, it is known that Swan did after several years in America.

[H178] Erick came to America in 1885 from Karlskoga, Varmland, Sweden. He changed his name from Magnusson to Thornbloom when he came to America. Erick and wife Augusta settled in Port Byron, IL.

[H179] Klara came to America in 1885.

[N327] Knut was a River Policeman and Light House Master in China. He returned to Sweden.

[H180] Anna is shown ion th 1890 Swedish Census as Anna Hast, born in Leksand, Falu Län, Kopparbergs Län, Darlana, Sweden.

Anna did not travel to America at the same time as her husband, Anders.

She and her children travelled under the name Magnussen. They left Gothenburg, Sweden, on the ship "Bohemia" and arrived in New York City, NY, on November 21, 1893. The following are the Manifest Line Numbers for each family member from the ship manifest:

87 Anna Magnussen, age 32 years old
88 Henrik Magnussen, age 8 years old
89 Anna Magnussen, age 6 years old
90 Ingeborg (Carrie) Magnussen, age 2 years old
91 Elias (Swan) Magnussen, age 11 months old

BOHEMIA
The "Bohemia" was built by A&J.Inglis & Co, Glasgow as the "Bengore Head" for the Ulster Steamship Co. She was a 3,410 gross ton ship, length 350.5ft x beam 40.2ft, one funnel, two masts, iron construction, single screw and a speed of 12 knots. Accommodation for 100-1st and 1,200-2nd class passengers. Launched on 25/8/1881, she was sold to Hamburg America Line on 30/9/1881 and left Hamburg on her maiden voyage to New York on 30/10/1881. On 16/3/1892 she commenced a single round voyage from Hamburg to New York and Baltimore, and on 17/5/1893 commenced her first voyage between Stettin, Helsingborg, Gothenburg, Christiansand and New York. She started her last voyage between Hamburg and New York on 2/4/1897 and on 11/6/1897 commenced sailings between Hamburg, Philadelphia and Baltimore. In 1898 she was sold to the Sloman Line of Hamburg, renamed "Pompeji" and made three Hamburg - New York voyages before being sold to an Italian company in 1900 and being renamed "Pompei". She was scrapped in 1905 at Spezia, Italy.

[H181] Anna and Claus were married at the First Lutheran Church, Moline, Illinois, located at 5th Avenue and 13th Street.

Anna and Claus farmed near Owen, Wisconsin. Anna was a mid-wife and helped many local farm families bring there children into the world.

After Claus disappeared in 1932, Anna moved back to Moline, IL. They lived at 1742- 14th Street, Moline, IL, and lived two house away from Gus and Phyllis Thornbloom. They lived at 1738 -14th Street.

Laura and 1 or 2 of Anna's other children lived with Gus and Phyllis Thornbloom for 3 years. Cliff married in their house after it was discovered that his girl friend was with child.

From 1932-1933, she worked at Short Hills Country Club as a baker. In 1933, she bought a restaurant on 6th Avenue, Moline, IL, for $1300 from Mrs. Jacobson. She named the restaurant, Eagle Lunch, because it was located across the street from the Federated Order of Eagles (FOE) Organization. FOE was a frequent hangout in the old days of Bix Biederbeck. All of her childern helped her in the business until about 1942. While Laura stayed on an helped her during the War years, all of her boys went off to war or to the war industry.

Anna was the inventor of the Swedish Pancake in America. She sold her fameous receipe to a pancake house (International House of Pancakes) in the late 1940's

She ran the restaurant until 1950 when her health started to decline. She lived in a small house north and adjacent to the Eagle Lunch restaurant. Anna loved house plants and collected many. This was part of her Swedish up bringing. She collected Hummel porcelain figurines for many years and gave these to Laura in her Will. However, many of her personal items were lost in a Mississippi River flood in the early 1960's including many valuable Photographs.

Anna had Parkinson's Dicease for many years and finally died of it in 1963.

Anna is buried in Greenview Memorial Gardens, Silvis, IL, Garden of the Christus, Plot 241-B-2.

[H182] Minnesota Death Index, 1908-2002 Record about Swan Thornbloom
Name: Swan Thornbloom
Death Date: 31 Mar 1950
Death County: Stearns
State File Number: 016071
Certificate Number: 016071
Certificate Year: 1950
Record Number: 1121656

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Record about Swon A Thornbloom
Name: Swon A Thornbloom
City: Not Stated
County: Stearns
State: Minnesota
Birthplace: Sweden
Birth Date: 11 Jun 1892
Race: Caucasian
Roll: 1682644
DraftBoard: 2

1900 United States Federal Census Record about Swan Thornblom
Name: Swan Thornblom
Home in 1900: Coe, Rock Island, Illinois
Age: 7
Estimated birth year: abt 1893
Birthplace: Sweden
Relationship to head-of-house: Son
Father's name: Fred
Mother's name: Annie
Race: White
Occupation: View Image
Immigration year: 1893
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members: Name Age
Fred Thornblom 39
Annie Thornblom 38
Henry Thornblom 16
Annie Thornblom 17
Carrie Thornblom 9
Swan Thornblom 7
Iver Thornblom 5
Carter Thornblom 3
Tiva Thornblom 10.12

[N321] Living in Westport, Pope, Minnesota, in 1930.

[H183] 1920 United States Federal Census Record about Sadie Thornblom
Name: Sadie Thornblom
[Sadie Thornbloom]
Home in 1920: Birchdale, Todd, Minnesota
Age: 14 years
Estimated birth year: abt 1906
Birthplace: Iowa
Relation to Head of House: Daughter
Father's name: Fred
Father's Birth Place: Sweden
Mother's name: Anna
Mother's Birth Place: Sweden
Marital status: Single
Race: White
Sex: Female
Able to read: Yes
Able to Write: Yes
Image: 620
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members: Name Age
Fred Thornblom 61
Anna Thornblom 57
Henry Thornblom 35
Casper Thornblom 23
Sadie Thornblom 14
Violet Thornblom 7

[H184] Social Security Death Index Record about Hans Thornbloom
Name: Hans Thornbloom
SSN: 330-09-0604
Last Residence: 61275 Port Byron, Rock Island, Illinois, United States of America
Born: 16 Aug 1904
Died: Jul 1976
State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois (Before 1951)

[N323] Hilma was the first Thormbloom Family Historian. She provided Darrel Hagberg with all of her family history notes and assisted in setting up visits to relatives in Karlskoga and Västerås, Sweden.

Obituary fron the Daily Dispatch, Moline, Illinois, dated Monday, January 15, 1990

Hilma Thornbloom

Services for Hilma L. Thornbloom, 82, of 417 46th St., Moline, are 1 p.mp. Wednesday at Esterdahl Mortuary Ltd., Moline. Burial is in Moline Memorial Park.
Visitation is 3 to 7 p.m. Tuesday. Memorials may may be made to a fund to be established for planting trees in Ben Butterworth Parkway, Moline.
Miss Thornbloom died Saturday at Illini Hospital, Silvis.
She wass born July 17, 1907, in Moline.
She retired in 1970 as chief operator for Illinos Bell, where she had worked for 46 years.
She was a member of Clara Lodge of thge Vikings, Vasa Order of America and Augustant Historical Society and an honorary member of Illinois Bell Telephone Pioneers.
She supported the Rock Island County Humane Society and collected Swedish memorabilia and figurines.
Survivors included nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, great-great-nieces and great-great nephews.

[H185] Eliasbet Augusta came to America from Karlskoga, Sweden, with her parents, Carl and Anna in 1882,

[H186] When Laura was 19, she helped her Mother in the Eagle Lunch Restaurant in Moline, IL, in 1933. She lived with Gus and Phyllis Thornbloom for 3 years from 1934-1937 at 1738-14th Street, Moline. Laura divorced John Cody in 1943. From 1946-1950, she had a restaurant called "Laura's Restaurant" located on the east side of 15th Street about two blocks north of the old Uptown Bank. She bought the restaurant for $2300. After the War, her brother Harlan joined her in the business for a few years starting in 1946. In 1948-49, Harlan opened his own restaurant, called the Triangle Truckport, in Davenport, Iowa. In 1950, Laura sold her restaurant for $19,000 and she and her brother Raymond took over the Eagle Lunch Restaurant from their mother and ran it together until 1954.

Laura bought a restaurant on Brady Street across from the Palmer School of Chiropractic in 1954. She was there until 1959. In 1959, she opened another restaurant, called the Eagle Diner on the east side of 16th Street, Moline, next and adjoining the Campbell Hotel.

Taken from the Moline Dispatch, November 1, 2004:

Laura DeHaven birthday

Laura I. DeHaven, 105 West 1st Ave. No. 3, LaHarpe, Ill., formerly of Moline and East Moline, will be honored at an open house Nov. 6 in observance of her 90th birthday.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend from 2 to 4 p.m. in LaHarpe Christian Church. Gifts may be omitted but cards are welcome.

Laura Hagberg was born Nov. 6, 1914, in Green Grove Township, Owen, Wis. She married James Bell in 1943. He died in 1957. She then married Eldred DeHaven in 1968. He died Feb. 22, 1980.

She moved to Moline at 17 years of age. Her mother, the late Anna Hagberg, operated the Eagle Lunch Restaurant, Moline. She worked there for five years then owned her own restaurant. She has owned and operated several restaurants over a 50 year period in the Quad-Cities. She has been a resident of LaHarpe since 1978.

She has a stepdaughter, Jackie Balbort, Burlington, Iowa; a brother, Harlan Hagberg, Cape Coral, Fla.; and many nieces, nephews, great- and great-great-nieces and nephews.

She is a member of LaHarpe Christian Church.

[N344]
Moline Dispatch Newspaper, Moline, Illinois, 2 August 2010, Obituary:

Cremation rites were accorded. Visitation begins at noon today at Cedar Street Inn, Davenport. Halligan-McCabe-DeVries, Davenport, is handling arrangements.

Surviving are son, Timothy Hagberg II; stepsons, John and Josh Miller; sisters, Kathy Symmonds, Christine (Steve) Caudle; six grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his mother, Bette McIllece; father, Clifford Hagberg; brother, Michael Baker.

[H187] Harlan worked with his mother and brothers at the Eagle Lunch Restaurant, in Moline, IL

Harlan joined the Marines in World War II. He was assigned to the 3rd Amphibious Tractor Battalion, Company A. He fought on Guam with the 3rd Marine Division, on Iwo Jima with the 5th Marine Division, and on Okinawa with the 3rd Marine Division.

After the War, Harlan returned to his Mother's restaurant. In the late forties, he bought the Triangle Truckport in Davenport, IA, from Mr Ingersol. He later changed the name of the restaurant to "Harlan's Restaurant".

Harlan and Kathryn divorced. He remarried to Shirley Jean in 1975

[N314] Karl was a metalworker.

[H188] Thelma is buried at Sauk Centre, MN.

[H189] The following is from the Daily Dispatch, Moline, IL, Sun 03-Nov-1996:

Clifford Thornbloom

Clifford W. Thornbloom, 2950 Valley Drive, Rock Island, will be honored Nov. 10 at a reception in observance of his 80th birthday.

Relatives and friends are invited to call from 2 to 4 p.m. in Erlander Hall of Calvary Lutheran Church, Moline, where he holds membership. It is requested that gifts be omitted.

Mr. Thornbloom was born Nov. 8, 1916, in Moline. He was residing in Hillsdale when he married Estelle Thomas Beyer of Moline, on Feb. 14, 1953, in St. John's Lutheran Church, Rock Island. She is deceased. He was residing in Orion when he married Kathryn Wilson Westerdahl of Moline, on Aug. 12, 1983, in Calvary Lutheran Church, Moline, where he holds membership.

His stepchildren are Carol Beyer Small, Golden, Colo.; Cheryl Westerdahl Zubor, Riverside; the Rev. H. William Beyer, Fertile, Minn.; Robert Westerdahl, Houston, Texas, and Howard Westerdahl, Pembroke Pines, Fla., There are 13 stepgrandchildren and one stepgreat-grandchild.

Mr. Thornbloom was employed at John Deere Plow & Planter Works, Moline, where he was a specifications writer, retiring in 1976.

The following is from the Daily Dispatch, Moline, IL:

Clifford William Thornbloom, 86, of Rock Island, formerly of Moline, died Tuesday, July 22, 2003, at Riverpark Healthcare Center, Rock Island.

Services will be 10 a.m. Monday at Calvary Lutheran Church, Moline. Burial will be at Greenview Memorial Gardens, East Moline, with military honors conducted by American Legion Post 227, East Moline.

Visitation will be 3-5 p.m. Sunday at Esterdahl Mortuary, 6601 38th Ave., Moline, with a Masonic service at 5 p.m. Memorials may be made to the building fund of Calvary Lutheran Church or to the Moline Senior Citizens Center.

Clifford was born Nov. 8, 1916, in Moline to Olof E. and Anna A. Swensson Thornbloom. He married Mary Jane Kipp in January 1943 in East Moline. On Feb. 14, 1953, he married Estelle Thomas Beyer in Rock Island. She preceded him in death April 10, 1981. He later married Kathryn Wilson Westerdahl Aug. 12, 1983, in Moline.

Clifford retired in 1977, after 43 years, from John Deere Plow & Planter Works, Moline, as a specification writer.

Cilfford was a World War II Army veteran.

He was a member of Calvary Lutheran Church, Moline. He had been very active in the Lutheran Churchmen of the former Lutheran Church in America, serving as president on the local, district and synod level.

He was a member of Moline High Twelve Club Chapter 88, and Thor Lodge 9, Independent Order of Vikings. He was a member of the Scottish Rite Bodies, Valley of Moline, and Philo Lodge 436, AF&AM, Port Byron, where he served as past master. He belonged to the Moline Senior Citizen Center and the Moline Horticulture Club.

Survivors (and spouses) include his wife; son, the Rev. H. William (Almina) Beyer, Fertile, Minn.; daughter, Carol (John) Small, Bennett, Colo.; stepdaughter, Cheryl (Mark) Zubor, Riverside, Ill.; stepsons, Robert Westerdahl, Houston, Texas, and Dr. Howard (Judy) Westerdahl, Pembroke Pines, Fla.; 14 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and brothers, Louie E. (Delores) Thornbloom, Moline, and Blair E. Thornbloom, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

[H190] Moline Dispatch Social news, May 30, 1999:

Louie Thornbloom

Louie E. Thornbloom, ``Lou Thorne'' 519 37th St., Moline, will be honored June 6 at a reception/dance in observance of his 80th birthday.

Relatives and friends are invited to call from 1 to 5 p.m. at the East End Club, 3712 4th Ave., Moline.

Mr. Thornbloom was born June 3, 1919. He was residing in Davenport when he married Dolores DeShane of Rock Island, on June 15, 1971, in Moline.

Their children are Randy Thornbloom, Davenport; Sharon Hall and Betty Just, both of Rock Island, and Bob DeShane, Milan. There are eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

Mr. Thornbloom was employed as a welding foreman by the George Evans Manufacturing Co., Moline, for 35 years. He retired in 1981. He established the Lou Thorne Orchestra in 1946, retiring in 1998.

He belongs to St. Mary's Catholic Church, Moline.

Moline Dispatch Obituary dated December 11, 2003 for Louie `Lou Thorne' Thornbloom:

Louie E. ``Lou Thorne'' Thornbloom, 84, of Moline, died Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2003, at Aspenwood Health Care Center.

Funeral Mass will be 10 a.m. Friday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Moline. Visitation will be 4 to 8 p.m. today with a wake service at 4 p.m. at Esterdahl Mortuary, 6601 38th Ave., Moline. Burial will be at Memorial Park, Rock Island. Memorials may be made to St. Mary's Catholic Church and Aspenwood Health Care Center.

Louie was born June 3, 1919, in Moline, to Olaf E. and Anna A. Swensson Thornbloom. He married Dolores Colglazier on June 15, 1971, at St. John's Lutheran Church, Rock Island.

Louie was employed for 35 years as a welding foreman at George Evans Corp. He retired in 1981.

Louie was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church, Moline. Louie was a World War II Army Air Corp veteran, serving in Indo-China/Burma. He also played in the band while in the service. For 53 years, he organized the Lou Thorne Orchestra. He was a member of the Masons, Eagles Lodge 235, East End Club, and the American Federation of Musicians. He was the founder of the Precision Girls Drill Team, ``The Eaglettes.''

Survivors (and spouses) are his wife, Dolores; children, Randall (Jackie) Thornbloom, Cheryl (Bob) Willits, Sharon (David) Hall, Elizabeth (Betty) Just, Robert (Mary) De Shane; 10 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; and a brother, Blair Thornbloom. He was preceded in death by parents; brother Clifford; and three grandchildren, Sean, Terry and an infant

U.S. Public Records Index Record about Louie E Thornbloom
Name: Louie E Thornbloom
Birth Date: 0 1919
Street Address: 519 37th St
City: Moline
County: Rock Island
State: Illinois
Zip Code: 61265
Phone Number: 309-762-3995
Household Members: Name Est. Age Birth Year
Louie E Thornbloom 87 1919

Social Security Death Index Record about Louie E. Thornbloom
Name: Louie E. Thornbloom
SSN: 333-10-7842
Last Residence: 61265 Moline, Rock Island, Illinois, United States of America
Born: 3 Jun 1919
Died: 9 Dec 2003
State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois

U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record about Louie E Thornbloom
Name: Louie E Thornbloom
Birth Year: 1919
Race: White, citizen
Nativity State or Country: Illinois
State: Illinois
County or City: Rock Island

Enlistment Date: 19 Aug 1942
Enlistment State: Illinois
Enlistment City: Camp Grant
Branch: Air Corps
Branch Code: Air Corps
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
Component: Army of the United States - includes the following: Voluntary enlistments effective December 8, 1941 and thereafter; One year enlistments of National Guardsman whose State enlistment expires while in the Federal Service; Officers appointed in the Army of
Source: Civil Life

Education: 4 years of high school
Civil Occupation: Welder, Spot or Burner, Acetylene
Marital Status: Single, without dependents
Height: 69
Weight: 145

[N320] Living in Westport, Pope, Minnesota, in 1930.

[N322] Living in Westport, Pope, Minnesota, in 1930.

[H191] Taken from the Moline Dispatch, Tue 27-Dec-1994:

Ralph `Bud' Johnson

Services for Ralph D. ``Bud'' Johnson, 74, of 1834 38th St., Moline, are 11 a.m. Thursday at Esterdahl Mortuary Ltd., Moline. Burial is in Moline Memorial Park, with military rites conducted by the Moline American Legion Post 246, where he was a member.

Visitation is 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, with a Masonic service at 6:30. Memorials may be made to the Lung Association or the Illinois Heart Association.

Mr. Johnston died Sunday, Dec. 25, 1994, at home.

He was born Feb. 10, 1920, in Moline, the son of Carl J. and Beda O. Thornbloom Johnson. He married Mary Ellen Wieckhorst June 24, 1944, in Chicago. She died April 3, 1968.

He was employed as a production controller in the research and engineering department of the Rock Island Arsenal. Prior to that he was a machinist for 15 years at the Arsenal. He retired in 1972 after 31 years.

He was a member of the Moline Lodge 1014 AF&AM, American Assocation of Retired Persons, National Association of Retired Federal Employees, and he was a past member of Ki Delta. He was a 32nd Degree Mason in the Scottish Rite & Coordinate Bodies Valley of Moline.

He was a World War II Navy veteran.

He was an avid Chicago Cubs fan and enjoyed golfing and fishing.

Survivors include daughters and sons-in-law, Sally and Dean Herbst, Silvis, and Susan and Jim Rounds, Colona; grandchildren, Katia, Krista, Lisa, Richard, and Greg; sisters, Dorothy and Betty Johnson, both of Moline; a brother, Kenny Johnson, Silvis; and a special friend, Betty Morrow, Rock Island.

[H192] From Moline Dispatch, March 11, 2002:

Kenneth Edward Johnson, 79, Moline, died March 10, 2002, at Blessing Hospital, Quincy.

Services will be 11 a.m. Wednesday at First Lutheran Church, Moline. Burial will be at National Cemetery on Arsenal Island, Rock Island.

Visitation will be 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Esterdahl Mortuary, 6601 38th Ave., Moline.

Kenneth was born Dec. 29, 1922, in Moline, the son of Carl John and Beda Thornbloom Johnson. He married Elsie Mackie Sept. 11, 1948, in Moline. She survives him.

Kenneth was employed by the Rock Island Arsenal as a technical manuals writer, retiring after 23 years in 1976. He graduated from Moline High School and attended Augustana College and the University of Illinois at Urbana. He completed his post-graduate at the University of Iowa.

During World War II, Kenneth served as a radar operator in the Air Force. He enjoyed sports and fishing and was an avid music lover. He was a past member of Ki Delta. He enjoyed and appreciated music and was a member of Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America participating in many shows and competitions with both the Bend of the River Chorus and several quartets, most notably The Midnighters. His interest and extensive music collection extended from the classics to swing, jazz, instrumental as well as vocal. Kenneth was a lifelong member of First Lutheran Church, Moline.

Survivors (and spouses) include daughter, Marsha (Carl) Nelson, Eden Prairie, Minn.; son, Mark (Cathy) Johnson, Moline; five grandchildren, Luke, Emily and Jeffery Nelson, Wendy Arnold and Daniel Johnson; and sisters, Dorothy Johnson, Moline, and Betty Johnson, Moline. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Ralph.

[H193] Taken fron the Moline Dispatch, Wed 09-Mar-1994

Marilyn Weisbaum

Marilyn Rossiter Weisbaum, 71, Springfield, Ill., and Tucson, Ariz., died Tuesday, March 2, 1994, at Tucson Medical Center.

Memorial services are 12:30 p.m. Sunday, March 20, at Temple B'rith Shalom, Springfield, where she was a member. The body was cremated.

The former Marilyn Rossiter was born Nov. 1, 1922, in Moline, the daughter of James and Christine Thornbloom Rossiter. She married Dr. M. Byron Weisbaum in 1947.

Mrs. Weisbaum attended Moline public schools and Villa de Chantelle, Rock Island.

She was a registered nurse and graduated from Michael Reese Hospital, School of Nursing, Chicago. She also attended the University of Chicago, University of Tennessee and pursued a master's degree in gerentology at Sangamon State University.

She was a member of Sangamon County Democratic Woman's Organization, Women's Political Caucus, Democratic National Committee and House and Senate Democratic Congressional Campaign Committees. She served as co-convenor of Illinois Democratic Woman's Organization, co-chair of 20th Congregational District Democratic Central Committee, co-chair of Democratic National Committee Affirmative Action Committee and as a delegate to the 1972, 1976 and 1980 Democratic National Conventions. She was appointed to serve on Gov. Otto Kerner's Committee on Gifted Children, served on the Government Affairs Committee of the Illinois State Board of the Illinois State Medical Auxiliary. She also served on Land of Lincoln Boy Scout and Girl Scout councils.

She was a member of B'rith Shalom Sisterhood and Hadassah.

Survivors include the widower; daughters, Dr. Lindy Weisbaum Seltzer and Marty Weisbaum Brunner, both of Springfield; sons, David Weisbaum, Springfield, and Dr. Jon Weisbaum, Oakland, Calif.; and four grandchildren.

[H194] Taken from the Moline Dispatch, Fri 25-Jul-1997

Dorothy Thornbloom

Services for Dorothy Thornbloom, 92, of 4116 4th St., East Moline, are 10 a.m. Saturday at Van Hoe Funeral Home Ltd., East Moline. Burial will be in Rose Lawn Memorial Estates.

Visitation is 5 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to Christ United Methodist Church, East Moline, where she was a member.

Mrs. Thornbloom died Wednesday, July 23, 1997, at Rosewood Care Center, Moline.

She was born June 19, 1905, in Burlington, Iowa, the daughter of Ernest and Jesse Mae Wickum Fanning. She married Axel J. Thornbloom Nov. 27, 1927, in Moline. He died March 5, 1965.

She worked in the accounting department at J.C. Penney, Moline. She enjoyed reading.

Survivors include her sons, Paul Thornbloom, Moline, and Richard Thornbloom, Escondido, Calif.; five grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. She was preceded by a son, Gary, and twin brothers, Lester and Chester.

[H195]

From Moline Dispatch, Sunday, July 11, 2004

Obituary for Richard Thornbloom

Richard Dale Thornbloom, 73, passed away July 4, 2004, at home in Escondido, Calif.

Richard's spirit will be laid to rest at Rose Lawn Memorial Estate, Moline. Private burial service will be scheduled at a later date. Van Hoe Funeral Home, East Moline, is handling local arrangements.

Richard was born in Moline, Oct. 14, 1930, to Axel J. and Dorothy A. Fanning Thornbloom. He married Jean M. Thurber in Silvis in August 1954.

Richard graduated from United Township High School, East Moline, in 1949. He graduated from San Diego State University with a B.A. in Sociology. He retired from his government position at North Island Naval Station, San Diego, Calif., in the mid 1980's to pursue his passion of the Arts. He was a talented painter, actor and musician. He had several acting parts on television shows and movies and had several copyrighted songs to his credit.

Surviving are daughters, Gail Phillips and Gina Bowers; sons, Kevin and Jeff Thornbloom; brother, Paul Thornbloom; grandchildren, Jennifer, Joshua and Jacob Smith, Melissa and Nicholas Thornbloom; and great-grandchildren, Jasmine Smith, Gregory and Alicia Diaz. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Gary.

[H196] Taken from the Moline Dispatch, Mon 11-Dec-1995:

Obituary for Gary Thornbloom

Gary Thornbloom, 64, Iowa City, formerly of East Moline, died Saturday, Dec. 9, 1995, at University Hospitals, Iowa City.

Services are 10 a.m. Wednesday at Van Hoe Funeral Home Ltd., East Moline. Burial is in Rose Lawn Memorial Estate, Moline.

Visitation is 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday.

Mr. Thornbloom was born Oct. 2, 1931, in Moline, the son of Axel and Dorothy Fanning

Thornbloom.

He was employed as a pianist.

He was a Korean War veteran.

He enjoyed gardening, cooking and music.

Survivors include his mother, East Moline; and brothers,

Richard and Paul Thornbloom, both of Moline.

[H197]
June 16, 2000 1:14 AM

Deere and Co.

MOLINE -- Deere and Company announces the following retirements:
Paul Thornbloom, Moline, manager, complete goods services, March 31 after more than 40 years

[H198] Obituary taken from Quad-Cities Online (The Dispatch Newspaper, Moline, IL) December 1, 2004 9:43 PM

Posted online: December 1, 2004 9:43 PM
Print publication date: December 2, 2004

Carolyn Carlson Johnson

Carolyn Carlson Johnson, 81, of Dearborn, Mich., died Nov. 22, 2004, in Oakwood Hospital, Dearborn.

Memorial services were held at the First Presbyterian Church of Royal Oak, Mich. Memorials may be sent to First Presbyterian Church of Royal Oak, 529 Hendrie Blvd., Royal Oak, MI 48067.

Carolyn was born Nov. 12, 1923, in Moline, to Arthur David and Hazel Pearl Thornbloom Carlson. She graduated from Moline High School and Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing. She married J. Frederic Johnson in December of 1947.

Surviving are her husband, Frederick; children and spouses, Ann and Roger Locniskar, Ellen Johnson, David and Sue Johnson, Paul and Linda Johnson; grandchildren, Jessica and Amanda Johnson; brothers, Wallace and Warren Carlson; and a sister, Marie Carlson Liljeberg. She was preceded in death by her parents and a sister, Greta Carlson Sorensen.

[H199] Moline Dispatch Newspaper Obituaries for Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2007:

Glenn M. Thornbloom, 82, of Columbus, Ohio, passed away Saturday, Sept. 8, 2007, at St. Ann's Mount Carmel Hospital after a short, courageous battle with cancer.

Dad will be missed by his family and friends who appreciated his passion for life, sense of humor, his kindness and dedication to all of his activities. He was an inspiration to all who knew him.

He especially enjoyed being an usher at The Ohio State football games and The O.S.U. Schottenstein Center. He traveled every summer to his home town, Moline, to be president of his family reunion.

Glenn was preceded in death by his parents, Gus and Phyllis Thornbloom; brother, Gerald Thornbloom; and sister, Marjory Verstraete. He is survived by his loving wife, Desyl Thornbloom; daughter, Glendene (Chris) Szymanski, Windsor, Ontario, Canada; son, Dennis Thornbloom, Columbus; and grandchildren, Kevin, Erik and wife Beth, Brian and Sherstin Heino, all of Windsor.

He served as coxswain in the Navy during World War II. He received a degree in accounting from Walton School of Commerce in Chicago. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Franklin University in Columbus. He retired as controller and chief accountant from John Deere Company of Columbus.

He was the co-founder of the John Deere Retirement Breakfast Club. He was past president of the following: Institute of Management Accountants, Past President's Club of the Institute of Management Accountants and the Scandinavian Club of Columbus. He was a director of the Scandinavian Folk Dance Group of Columbus. Glenn was a former treasurer of the American Diabetes Association and the American Legion Post No. 82. He was a member of the Gallon Club of the American Red Cross and the Controller's Club of Columbus. He graduated from Dale Carnegie Course and was a Master Mason of the University Grand Lodge.

His family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Esterdahl Mortuary, 6601 38th Ave., Moline, where a service will be at 11 a.m. Friday. Burial will follow in Riverside Cemetery.

[H200]

Marjory Verstraete

Marjory V. Verstraete, 62, of 2133 18th St., East Moline, died Saturday, June 15, 1996, at home.

Services are 1 p.m. Tuesday at Van Hoe Funeral Home Ltd., East Moline.

Visitation is 5 to 9 p.m. today. A memorial fund has been established.

The former Marjory V. Thornbloom was born Aug. 12, 1933, in Moline, the daughter of Gustaf and Phyllis Thompson Thornbloom. She married Lawrence ``Smokey'' Verstraete Sept. 5, 1964, in Moline. He died May 17, 1994.

Mrs. Verstraete was employed in the cafeteria at United Township High School, East Moline, retiring in 1995 after 15 years. Prior to that she was the junior bowling secretary at the former Central Bowl, Rock Island.

She was a good bowler and enjoyed watching sports on T.V. with her son-in-law. She also enjoyed bingo, going on the boat and collecting crystal and baskets.

Survivors include daughters and sons-in-law, Marilyn and Glenn Hazlewood, Davenport, and Patricia and Edward Hartman, Des Moines; a stepdaughter, Fannie Balliu, Houston, Texas; grandchildren, Amanda and Shelby Hazlewood, both of Davenport; and a brother, Glenn Thornbloom, Columbus, Ohio.

Marilynn Zimmerman

Marilynn M. Zimmerman, 71, of 1039 37th Ave., East Moline, died Sunday, June 16, 1996, at Trinity Medical Center, East Campus, Moline.

Visitation is 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Schroder Mortuary, Silvis, where further arrangements are pending.

[H201] Taken From Moline Dispatch, November 5, 2000:

Signe Thornbloom

Signe Thornbloom, 308 South Main St., Port Byron, is celebrating her 90th birthday today at a family dinner.

The former Signe Swanson was born Nov. 12, 1910, in Moline. She was married to Hans Thornbloom in 1939, in Dixon. He died in 1976.

Her children and spouses are Jean and Charles Larvenz, East Moline; Kay and Jess Casillas, Lynn and Bill Stone, and Donna Thornbloom, all of Port Byron. Two children, Hans Thornbloom Jr., and Janet Mooney, are deceased. There are 17 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.

She was employed at the Moline YMCA and retired in 1977 from Roth Pump Co.

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Taken From Moline Dispatch, Friday, April 2, 2004:

Services for Signe L. Thornbloom, 93, of Port Byron, will be 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Messiah Lutheran Church, Port Byron, where she was a member. Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery, Port Byron. Visitation will be 4 to 7 p.m. today at Gibson Funeral Home, Port Byron. Memorials may be made to the church or River Valley District Library, Port Byron.

She died Wednesday, March 31, 2004, at Illini Hospital, Silvis.

The former Signe Pearson was born Nov. 12, 1910, in Moline, the daughter of Andrew and Anna Swanson Pearson. She married Hans E. Thornbloom on May 5, 1934, in Dixon, Ill. He died on July 20, 1976.

She had been employed at the YMCA, Moline, Roy E. Roth Pump Company, Milan, and had served as Port Byron Village Clerk.

Mrs. Thornbloom was a member of the Riverdale PTA where she had served as an officer. She had been active in school functions. She enjoyed reading, scrapbooking, bowling, card writing and working cryptograms.

Survivors include her daughters and sons-in-law, Jean Larvenz, East Moline, Kay and Jess Casillas, Sebring, Fla., and Lynn and Bill Stone, Port Byron; daughter-in-law, Donna Thornbloom, Port Byron; 17 grandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren; and a sister, Dorothy Reeter, Lakewood, Colo. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Janet Mooney in 1973; a son, Hans Jr. in 1997; one grandchild; and one great-grandchild.

[N325] Last residing in East Moline, IL.

[H202] Hans was employed by Deere and Company as a unit supervisor.

Taken from the Moline Dispatch, Fri 21-Feb-1997, Hans Thornbloom

Hans E. Thornbloom, 60, Port Byron, died Thursday, Feb. 20, 1997, at home after a long courageous fight with cancer.

Services will be 10 a.m. Monday at St. John's Catholic Church, Rapids City. Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery, Port Byron.

Visitation will be on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m., with a prayer service at 6 p.m. at the Gibson Funeral Home, Port Byron. Memorials may be made to the church, the Port Byron Fire Department or Cancer Research.

Mr. Thornbloom was born April 27, 1936, in Moline, the son of Hans and Signe Pearson Thornbloom. He married Donna Mussman Jan. 13, 1962, in Clinton, Iowa.

He had served in the U.S. Army from 1956 to 1959. He retired from John Deere Harvester as a supervisor in 1986 after 31 years of service. He had been a part-time Village mainte nance employee and building inspector for the Village of Port Byron from 1991 to 1996. He served as Mayor of Port Byron from 1977 to 1981. He was a member of the Port Byron Volunteer Fire Department for 30 years, serving as chief from 1982 to 1986, retiring in 1996. He coached baseball teams for URICRA and the American Legion for 10 years.

He was a member of the church and the VFW Post 8295, Port Byron. He enjoyed antique cars and woodworking. He collected miniature toy fire trucks and steins.

Survivors include his wife; a daughter and son-in-law, Marcie L. and Dennis Ricci, Nashville, Tenn.; sons, Scott A. Thornbloom, Honolulu, Hawaii, and Todd M. Thornbloom and his fiancee, Suzanne Birkman and her daughters, Kymm and Lisa Miller, Arvada, Colo.; a granddaughter, Hailee Nichole Ricci, Nashville, Tenn.; a stepgrandson, Mychael Dennis Ricci, Nashville, Tenn.; his mother, Signe Thornbloom, Port Byron; sisters and brothers-in-law, Jean and Chuck Larvenz, East Moline, Kay and Jess Casillas, Port Byron, and Lynn and Bill Stone, Port Byron. He was preceded in death by a son, Joseph Earl, in 1963; his father in 1976; and a sister and brother-in-law, Janet and Jerry Mooney, in 1973

[H203] Janet was last living in Port Byron, Janet died of carbon monoxide poisoning in her garage in Port Byron.

[H204] Kay was last living in Port Byron in 1994.

[H205] Emil lived in a villa in Nockeby, north of Stockholm.

[H206] Lloyd is buried at Rosy Cemetery, Third River Township, Itasca County, MN.

[H207] Obituary from the Moline Dispatch, April 4, 2004:

Dolores V. Thornbloom, 78, died April 3, 2004, at Rosewood Care Center, Moline.

Mass of Christian Burial will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Moline, with the Rev. Jerry Pilon officiating. Burial will be in Rock Island Memorial Park Cemetery. Visitation will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Monday at Esterdahl Mortuary, 6601-38th Ave., Moline, with a wake service at 7 p.m. Memorials may be made to Aspenwood Health Care Center, Silvis.

Dolores was born on April 23, 1925, in Humbult, Kan., the daughter of Isaac and ``Bessy'' Elizabeth Veteto Colglazier. She married Louis Thornbloom June 15, 1971, in Rock Island. He preceded her in death in December 2003.

Dolores was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church, Moline. She enjoyed needlework, sewing and dancing. She also loved dogs.

Survivors include her children (and spouses), Sharon (David) Hall, Elizabeth ``Betty'' Just, Robert (Mary) DeShane, Randall (Jackie) Thornbloom and Cheryl (Bob) Willits; 10 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by nine brothers and sisters.

[N315] Gunnel wa baptised 18 March 1942.

[H208] Raymond was born on a farm in Greeb Grove, Clark County, Wisconsin. He went to school in that area and loved sports, particularly baseball and football.

After the disappearance of his father in 1932, the family moved back to Moline probably in 1933. They lived at 1742- 14th Street, Moline, IL. They lived two house away from Gus and Phyllis Thornbloom. They lived at 1738 -14th Street.

Raymond worked for Western Union delivering telegraph messages for a few years, 1935-1937 (?).

In 1942, he met Angela at a Dance at the East End Club in Moline, IL. She left her job at the Malleable Works in 1942 before her marriage to Raymond in December. Again they lived in the upstairs appartment at her father and mother's home at 1428-15th Avenue, East Moline, IL.

At the time of his marriage to Angela, Raymond was working with his Mother at the Eagle Lunch Restaurant in Moline, IL. After the war broke out on December 7, 1941, Raymond tried to join the Army, but was declared a 4-F because of his poor eye-sight and flat feet and was not eligble for military service. Early in 1942, He went to work for the War effort at John Deere Harvester Works in East Moline, IL. The factory had re-tooled to manufacture tail assemblies for Army Scout Planes.

Raymond worked at John Deere Harvester Works until 1947 after which time he returned to re-join his mother in the restaurant business in Moline at the Eagle Lunch.

In 1955, the family moved to their new home at 1912-30th Street in Moline.

In the early 1950's, the family never went on long vacation but did go for short trips to Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri and the Wisconsin Dells. Most vacation time was spent at home. Small day trips to the Amana Colonies in Iowa or to Raymond boyhood home in Owen, Wisconsin were taken. Raymond liked fishing and would take his boys to Alexander, Minneasota, for 5-6 day trip. They visited cousins Lossie and Carrie Rose and stayed at their cabin on Lake Alexander.

Angela and Raymond managed the Eagle Lunch restaurant, Moline, IL, from 1954-1957. In 1958, Angela and Raymond separated. She and the childern moved back to live with her mother in East Moline. They were divorved in 1962.

He met Helen M. Stout and they had 2 children.

Ray was a heavy smoker and died of lung cancer on 25 Jun 1971 in Davenport. Helen died of MS on 26 Feb 1972 in Davenport. Their 2 small childen were raised by Helen parents.

Social Security Death Index Record about Raymond Hagberg:
Name: Raymond Hagberg
SSN: 358-07-4754
Born: 27 Feb 1920
Died: Jun 1971
State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois

Raymond is buried in Greenview Memorial Gardens, Silvis, IL, Garden of the Christus, Plot 258-C-1.

[H209] Bobby is buried at Sauk Center, MN.

[H210] Dawn was a contract specialist at the Rock Island Arsenal where she worked for 30 years. She enjoyed working puzzles and ceramics and collecting lighthouses ans ships.

From Moline Dispatch, November 7, 2003:

Funeral services for Dawn Thornbloom, 47, East Moline, are 10 a.m. Saturday at Van Hoe Funeral Home, East Moline.

Entombment is in St. Mary's Mausoleum.

Visitation is 4-7 p.m. today at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the Quad City Animal Welfare Center, Milan.

Dawn died Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2003, at St. Francis Hospital, Peoria, Ill.

Dawn was born Oct. 13, 1956, in Moline, the daughter of Gerald and Clara Laethem Thornbloom.

She worked as a contract specialist at the Rock Island Arsenal for the past 30 years. She enjoyed working puzzles and ceramics and collecting lighthouses and ships.

Survivors include her son, Joseph Fordham, East Moline; her mother, Clara, Moline; a sister, Rochelle Conroy, Des Moines, Iowa; a brother, Dan Thornbloom, Moline; nieces, Janis Thornbloom, Moline, Jennifer Hartley, West Des Moines, Kathy Conroy, Des Moines; a nephew, Michael Conroy, Des Moines; and her best friend, Kathy Webb, LeClaire. She is preceded in death by her father.

[H211] Social Security Death Index Record about Mabel Hagberg:
Name: Mabel Hagberg
SSN: 352-12-1264
Last Residence: 52802 Davenport, Scott, Iowa, United States of America
Born: 29 Jan 1919
Died: Aug 1982
State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois

[H212] Anders Werelius was born 1806 March 01 at Tronslund, a cottage on the border between Karlskoga and Nora, Sweden. His mother was Katrina Nilsdotter, and unmarried servant. Nothing is mentioned of his father in the birth register.

His mother was mentally ill and Anders was taken care of by other people during part of his childhood.

Anders became an apprentice to a shoemaker and served as a parish shoemaker beginning in 1828, living at different places around Karlskoga.

He finally made his home at Näset, Bregärden. The cottage that he built was on non frehold land.

Anders died (weakness) of old age on 1893 July 04. He was a bell ringer in the Karlskoga Church for 40 years.

On the initiative of Darrel Hagberg, Brita Bohl, and Kjell Nordqvist, a grave marker was erected and dedicated at Anders family grave site in the Karlskoga churchyard on 1986 July 04. The city of Karlskoga celebrated its 400th anniversary that year. Anders, his wife Stina, and daughter Anna Cathrina are buried together at the family grave site.

This is a listing of USA Contributors to Ander's grave marker on 29 April 1986:
Hilma Thornbloom, $125; Laura Dehaven, $125; Harlan and Shirley Hagberg, $125; Glen & Desyl Thornbloom, $100; Dennis Thornbloom, $50; Phyllis and Margie Thornbloom, 25; Marilyn Weisbaum, $25; Darrel, Betty, and Darla Hagberg, $175; Violet Johnson, $50; Gladys and Lloyd Neseth, $100, Total Contribution: $900.

[H213]
U.S. Public Records Index Record about Evelyn S Thornbloom
Name: Evelyn S Thornbloom
Birth Date: 1 Sep 1920
Street Address: 42195 328th Ave
City: Aitkin
County: Aitkin
State: Minnesota
Zip Code: 56431
Phone Number: 218
Household Members: Name Est. Age Birth Year
Alan Thornbloom 78 1928
Dawn M Thornbloom 35 1971
Evelyn S Thornbloom 85 1920
Gregory Thornbloom

United States Obituary Collection Record about Evelyn Thornbloom
Name of Deceased: Evelyn Thornbloom
Age at Death: 80
Birth Date: abt 1926
Death Date: Mar/14/2006
Newspaper Title: Brainerd Daily Dispatch, The
Newspaper Location: Brainerd, MN, US
Obituary Publication Date: Mar/17/2006
Locations Mentioned in Obituary: Aitkin; Zimmerman, MN
Other Persons Mentioned in Obituary: Lawrence

[H214] John is a courier for FedEx. He has 2 children.

[H215] Billie was in the Armed Forces.

[H216] Last living in Montclair, NJ.

[H217] Last living in Palermo, ME. Lived in Harris Park, CO, where he went to Bible Church. He is a pastor.

[H218] Last living in Moline, IL.

[H219] Last living in Moline, IL.

[H220] AKA Donna

Information provided by Madonna Therese Mussman Thornbloom on January 22, 2005:

"I grew up in Clinton Iowa. And met Sunny at a dance. We married on Jan 13, 1962. "

[H221] Serving in the Navy in Public Affairs. Stationed in Hawaii in 1997.

[H222] In 1997, Todd was residing in Arvada, CO.

From Moline Dispatch, Jun 20, 2002 :

Birkman-Thornbloom Wedding

Suzanne Birkman, Arvada, Colo., became the bride of Todd Thornbloom, also of Arvada, on Nov. 30 in Golden, Colo.

The bride is the daughter of Donald and Haruko Birkman, Tucson, Ariz., and parents of the bridegroom are Donna Thornbloom, Port Byron, and the late Hans Thornbloom Jr.

A reception/open house will be held July 6 from 2 to 5 p.m. honoring the couple at the home of the groom's mother, 309 So. High St., Port Byron. All relatives and friends are invited. The couple honeymooned in San Diego, Calif.

The bride graduated from Davenport West High School and is employed by Wagner Equipment Company, Aurora, Colo.

The bridegroom graduated from Riverdale High School, Port Byron, and Colorado Aero Tech, Broomfield, Colo. He is employed by Stewart and Stevenson, Denver.

[H223] Taken from the Moline Dispatch, Wed 12-Oct-1994:

ENGAGEMENTS

Thornbloom-Ricci

Donna and Hans E. Thornbloom, 309 S. High St., Port Byron, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Marcie Lynn Thornbloom, Nashville, Tenn., to Dennis Thomas Ricci, Nashville, son of Marianne Ricci and Joseph Ricci, both of Nashville.

The couple will be married at 4 p.m. Oct. 22 in the Music Row Wedding Chapel, Nashville. Relatives and friends are invited to the ceremony and a 5:30 p.m. reception in the Green Room, Nashville. There also will be a postnuptial reception on Nov. 13 in Knapps Rental Hall, Highway 84, Port Byron, to which relatives and friends are invited to call from 3 to 6 p.m.

The bride-elect graduated from Riverdale High School, Port Byron, and is a country recording artist with the Olympus Music Group. A graduate of Hillsboro High School, Nashville, the prospective bridegroom is a rock recording artist also with Olympus Music Group.

Taken from the Moline Dispatch, Mon 13-Feb-1995:

Thornbloom-Ricci

The Music Row Wedding Chapel, Nashville, Tenn., was the setting Oct. 22 for the wedding of Marcie Lynn Thornbloom and Dennis Thomas Ricci, both of Nashville. The Rev. Donald R. Northcutt officiated at the 4 p.m. ceremony.

Parents of the bride are Hans and Donna Thornbloom, 309 S. High St., Port Byron, and the bridegroom is the son of Joseph Ricci, Nashville, and Marianne Ricci, Antioch, Tenn.

The bride chose a traditional satin gown with crinkle satin accents, beads, sequins and pearls, and fashioned with keyhole opening in back, draped with pearl strands, short bouffant sleeves, and a full skirt with bustle and 10-foot train.

Honor attendants were Tracy Barbuto and Kenny Page, both of Nashville.

Other attendants were Suzie Ricci, Leigh Evans, Lisa Hadler, Stephanie Ricci, Jonathon Barbuto, Mychael Ricci, Jeff Shannon, Joseph Moreno, and Johnny Barnes, all of Nashville; Scott Thornbloom, Tokyo, Japan, and Todd Thornbloom, Denver, Colo.

There was a reception in the Green Room in Nashville. The honeymoon destination was the Great Smokey Mountains and Gatlinberg, Tenn. The couple reside at 1016 16th Ave. South, Nashville.

The bride graduated from Riverdale High School, Port Byron, and the bridegroom is a graduate of Hillsboro High School, Nashville. Both are music recording artists with Olympus Entertainment Corp., Nashville.

[H224] Gerald was found beaten near Port Byron and died in Moline, Il. Janet died of carbon monoxide poisoning in her garage.

[H225] Last living in Cicero, IN, in 1997.

[H226] Last living in Indianapolis, IN, in 1997.

[H227] Jesse was last living in Port Byron in 1994.

[H228] Craig was last living in Port Byron in 1994.

[H229] Christine was last living in Chandler, AZ, in 1994.

Taken from Moline Dispatch, :Casillas-Pinson

Christine Linnea Casillas and Pvt. Lance Matthew Pinson, both of Chandler, Ariz., were married at 11 a.m. Dec. 22 in the Wedding Chapel of Light, Mesa, Ariz.

Parents of the bride are Jess and Kay Casillas, Sebring, Fla., formerly of Port Byron. She has a grandmother, Signe Thornbloom, in Port Byron. The bridegroom is the son of Lester and Lori Pinson, Vacaville, Calif.

Honor attendants were Christine Gastineau and the father of the bridegroom.

A reception was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Christian Butters, Queen Creek, Ariz.

The bride was graduated from Riverdale High School, Port Byron, and Chandler/Gilbert Community College, Chandler. She is employed at Travel Systems Abroad, Tempe, Ariz., and plans to enter the nursing program at Mesa Community College. The bridegroom is a graduate of North Campus High School, Vacaville, and is in the Army, stationed at Fort Eustis, Va.

[H230] Mark is a Chiropracter.

[N326] Michael was adopted.

[H231] Eva committed suicide in 1967 after discovering that her husband was having an affair.

[H232] Taken from the Moline Dispatch, Wed 18-May-1994:

Obituary for Lawrence Verstraete

Services for Lawrence ``Smokey'' J. Verstraete, 69, of 2133 18th St., East Moline, are 10 a.m. Friday at Van Hoe Funeral Home Ltd., East Moline. Burial is in National Cemetery, Arsenal Island.

Visitation is 3 to 6 p.m. Thursday. A memorial fund has been established.

Mr. Verstraete died Tuesday, May 17, 1994, at Illini Hospital, Silvis.

He was born Dec. 6, 1924, in Rock Island, the son of Camiel and Zulma Schelstraete Verstraete. He married Marjory Thornbloom Sept. 5, 1964, in Moline.

He had worked at the former International Harvester Farmall Works, Rock Island and at Hilltop Recreation, Rock Island, before becoming a set-up man at John Deere Plow Planter, Moline, for 23 years, retiring in 1985.

He was a member of the Moline Vikings and was involved with mens bowling for 20 years.

He was a World War II Navy veteran.

He as an avid Cub fan as well as a fan of all the Chicago teams.

Survivors include the widow; daughters and sons-in-law, Fannie and Dale Balliu, Houston, Marilyn and Glenn Hazlewood, Davenport, and Patricia and Edward Hartman, Woodward, Iowa; three grandchildren; a sister, Margaret Peck, Moline; and a brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Julius ``Pic'' Verstraete, Moline; and a sister-in-law, Beverly Verstraete, Moline.

[H233] Taken from the Moline Dispatch, Sat 14-Jan-1995

Mr. Malmen died Friday, Jan. 13, 1995, at home.

He was born July 15, 1911, in Orion, the son of Theodore and Media Enroth Malmen. He married Ida E. Pohl Hagberg Oct. 28, 1948, in Milan.

They moved from Moline to Cape Coral, Fla., in 1974, returning to Orion in 1982.

He was employed as a maintenance man at John Deere, retiring in 1973 after 32 years.

He was a member of Moline Moose Club, the Svithiod Club, and First Lutheran Church Moline. He attended St. Paul Lutheran Church, Orion, and was a social member of Moline Vikings.

He enjoyed the Chicago White Sox, fishing, painting and woodworking.

Survivors include the widow; a daughter and son-in-law, Kathryn and Robert Ickes, Coal Valley; a stepdaughter, Lorraine Carsell, Coal Valley; a stepson, Duane Hagberg, at home; six grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. A daughter, Phyllis Malmen, preceded him in death in 1939.

[H234] Johan was a shoemaker.

[H235] Alrick died of peritonitis. He was a machinist.

[H236] Lottie was a housewife.

[H237] Marge was a mailroom supervisor for Barber Greene in Auror, IL.

[H238] Arthur was a businessman and was killed.

[H239] Vic was a welder and diec in Aurora from asn electrc shock in 1942 while on the job.

[H240] Charlotte was an RN, nurse.

[H241] Jean was a computer operator. She died on Lung Cancer.

[H242] Lisa is a civil servant. She is living in Sandwich, IL.

[H243] Michael is a truck driver.

[H244] Olle Larsson had a foster child.

Olle was last living in Karlskoga, Sweden.

[H245] Sigrid Larsson was last living in Orebro, Sweden.

[H246] Bertil Larsson was last living in Karlskoga, Sweden.

[H247] Kasper Werelius worked in Stockholm Harbor.

[H248] Anders Ekblom was a farmer in Sweden.

[H249] Lived in Karlskoga, Sweden.

[H250] Sven Ekblom never married.

[H251] Britta was born at Bregardsnaset.

[H252] Signe and Helmer were employed at Brollsta farm. At one timethe farm was owned by the Sister of Brita Karin (Great Aunt of Signe). The farmed passed to a daughter named Rosali (last name unknown). Rosali had a daughter named Eva Neuman. Eva married a Perselius. Signe and Helmer worked for Eva and her husband.

Signe had no children.

[H253] Anna Lindquist last known address was Foraregatan 2D, 68 100 Kristinehamm, Sweden.

[H254] Sigrid Lindqvist last known address was Verdagatan 16 Sericehaus R, 65 345 Kardstad, Sweden.

[H255] Ingeborg Lindqvist was last living in Sveagatan 23B, 79 133 Falun, Sweden.

[H256] Karin Lindqvist last known address was Noblygatan 14, 68 100 Kristinehamm, Sweden.

[H257] Ture Werelius worked in Stockholm Harbor.

[H258] Last living in Arsta, South Stockholm, on pension.

[H259] Never married, no children. Worked in NK selling shoes.

[H260] Britta Werelius(?) was last living in Gavle, Sweden.

[H261] Inga Britta and Olof last living in Karlskoga, Sweden.

[H262] Barbro Bohl never married.

Barbro Bohl was last living in Gothenburg, Sweden.

[H263] Kristina and Ake last living in Karlskoga.

[H264] Sven Froberg worked for IBM, Cash Register Division.

[H265] Linda Froberg was a student.

Linda and Jim last living in Raliegh, North Carolina.

[H266] Lennart Werelius never married and had no children.

[H267] Olof Thomas Engman was last living in Orebro, Sweden.

[H268] Eva Engman currently lives in New York City where she is a dancer and a tour guide.

[H269] Lars Werelius is Product Manager, AC Gross, Stockholm.

[H270] Nils Goran Werelius was a Consultant, KP Datakonsult AB, Stockholm.

[H271] Anders is Distribution System Manager, IBM, Vallingby.

[H272] Kristina and Ake last living in Karlskoga.

[H273] James Russell works in Telephone Cable Construction.

[H274] Ulla Johansson had triples.

[H275] Karin Angman worked at a country restaurant near Karlskoga, Sweden and is now a Tourist hotess in Karlskoga.

[H276] Per Angman was last living near Grondal, Sweden and was unmarried.

[H277] Anette Angman was last living in Karlskoga, Sweden.

[H278] Eric Jansson was Manager of Mechanical Design at Boving, KMV, Sweden.

[H279] Currently living in Karlskoga, Sweden.

[N329] Clara Antonia and her husband, Lars Lasse are fifth cousins once removed.

[N332] Per was a farmer.

[H280] Ingfrid could have been born in Hermas, Bjurtjarn Varmlands Lan, Sweden.

[H281] From Moline Dispatch, November 2, 2002:

Jacquelyn Johnson, 49, formerly of East Moline and Silvis, died Friday, Nov. 1, 2002, at the home of her sister, Deborah DeMeyer, Kewanee.

Graveside services will be 10 a.m. Monday at Greenview Memorial Gardens, East Moline.

Visitation is 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at Van Hoe Funeral Home, East Moline. A memorial fund has been established.

Jacquelyn Huggins was born Dec. 31, 1952, in Moline, the daughter of Francis and Pearl Adamson Huggins. She married Donald Johnson Nov. 29, 1980, in Rock Island. He died May 9, 1992.

She worked as a waitress at Village Inn, Moline, for 20 years.

Survivors include a daughter, Kai Ann Jeffcoat, Patchogue, N.Y.; two grandchildren; and sisters, Vickie Stone, Coal Valley, Paula Page, Lake Forest, Calif., and Deborah DeMeyer, Kewanee.

She was preceded in death by her husband; her parents; a sister, Sandy Thornbloom; a brother, Randall Huggins; and a nephew, James DeMeyer.

[H282] From the Moline Dispatch, November 12, 2001 :

Randall `Dog' Huggins

Randall ``Dog'' Huggins, 50, Moline, died Friday, Nov. 9, 2001, at Loyola University Medical Center, Chicago.

Graveside services will be 9 a.m. Wednesday at Rock Island National Cemetery. Visitation is 4-7 p.m. Tuesday at Van Hoe Funeral Home, East Moline. Memorials may be made to the family.

Randy was born July 9, 1951 in Moline, the son of Francis and Pearl (Adamson) Huggins. He married Winifer Trimble Sept. 12, 1970, in Pleasant Valley, Iowa.

He had worked as a carpet layer in the area.

Survivors include his son, Jason, Portland, Ore.; sisters, Vickie Stone, Coal Valley, Paula Page, Lake Forest, Calif., Deborah DeMeyer, Kewanee, and Jacquelyn Johnson, Silvis. He is preceded in death by his parents; a sister, Sandy Thornbloom; and a nephew, James DeMeyer.

[H283] Taken from the Moline Dispatch, December 29, 1998:

Sebastian Dockery

Sebastian Wiley Dockery, 2, Moline, died just hours after Christmas Day on Dec. 26, 1998, in the arms of his Daddy while his Mommy held his hands in the room that he was born in at home.

Sebastian was born Aug. 31, 1996, to Steven Dockery Sr. and Tracy Dunn Dockery in Moline.

Sebastian was a big fan of Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber and all of their ``Veggie Tales'' buddies. He also loved Buzz and Woody and recently picked up an affection for Blue (of ``Blue's Clues'').

Sebastian stole the hearts of our whole family at First United Presbyterian Church in Moline. The members of Dance Marathon/Newman Center of the U of I were a special target of his affection, as well as many nurses and docs, staff members and families at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, where he received his treatment for the cancer he developed, and Trinity Medical Center, where he received numerous blood transfusions.

The most notable accomplishment that Sebastian achieved was the way he brought people together for the glory of our Lord Jesus Christ. The only treasures that we can build up here on earth that we can take with us when we enter the kingdom of heaven are relationships built through the love of Christ. Sebastian made sure that we came into contact with so many people that either grew deeper into a relationship with God or reached out to a relationship with Him.

A memorial tree will be planted in Moline to honor the life of Sebastian Dockery. A memorial fund will be established in his name. As an alternative to flowers, the family requests toys and stuffed animals, which Sebastian's family will donate to the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics.

Visitation services will be held Tuesday, Dec. 29, at Esterdahl Mortuary Ltd., from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 30, at First United Presbyterian Church, Moline, at 7 p.m.

Sebastian is survived by his parents; his brothers, Steven Jr., Samuel and Spencer, and a sister, Stephanie, all at home, and his sister, Michele Somers, West Newbury, Mass.; his maternal Grandma, Jean Larvenz, and her husband, Grandpa Chuck, from East Moline, maternal Grandpa, Larry Dunn of Charlotte, N.C., and paternal Grandma and Grandpa Dolores and Cleo Dockery of Hartford, Ky.; and Great-Grandmothers, Signe Thornbloom of Port Byron and Violet Allen of Moline.

Many relatives, neighbors, friends and countless other loved ones are also surviving, whose lives have been touched by the incredible life of one little man named Sebastian.

[H284] Rachel was adopted by Daniel.

[H285] Linus, his wife Marie, and son Carl came to America in 1892 from Vastergotland, Sweden. They changed their name from Hultman to Johnson when they came to America. They settled in Moline, IL.

[H286]
From Moline Dispatch, Sun 05-Mar-2000 :

SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS BIRTHDAYS

James Snook

James Snook, 26290 328th Ave., Moulton, Iowa, formerly of the Geneseo area, will observe his 80th birthday on March 11. He will be honored at a family gathering at a later date.

Mr. Snook was born March 11, 1920, in Ottumwa, Iowa. He married Betty Arnold of Ottumwa on June 7, 1941, in Lancaster, Mo. He died Oct. 20, 1990.

His children and their spouses are Jack and Marilyn Snook, Melvin and Angie Snook, Carol and Arvid Hagberg and Jan and Al Erickson, all of Geneseo, and Arnold and Carole Snook, Waukon, Iowa. There are 15 grandchildren, one stepgrandchild and six great-grandchildren. One grandchild is deceased.

Mr. Snook owned and operated Bill's Auto Body Shop in Moline, retiring in 1985.

Clarence Lenser

[H287]
Taken from the Moline Dispatch, Mon 26-Oct-1998:

Lawrence `Larry' Martin

Lawrence M. ``Larry'' Martin, 58, Cambridge, died Sunday, Oct. 25, 1998, at Hammond-Henry Hospital, Geneseo.

Services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Myers Chapel, Stackhouse-Moore Funeral Homes, Geneseo. Burial is in Oakwood Cemetery, Geneseo. The Rev. Rick Cryder will officiate. Visitation is 6 to 8 tonight at Myers Chapel. Memorials may be made to Lawrence Martin Memorial Fund.

Mr. Martin was born Feb. 20, 1940, in Monroe County, Iowa, the son of Merlin P. and Juanita Mildred Lawrence Martin. He served in the Navy. He married Marilyn Rusk Sept. 5, 1959, in Geneseo.

He enjoyed hunting, fishing, gardening and playing with his grandchildren. He was an avid Cubs fan.

Survivors include his wife, Marilyn; daughters and sons-in-law, Tammi and Marv Hagberg, Geneseo, Pam and Darrell Reiling, Atkinson, Lori and Mark Holevoet, Osco, Sherry Martin and Scott Sowers, Cambridge, and Michelle and Craig Drinkall, Hooppole; a son and daughter-in-law, Keith and Karla Martin, Cambridge; 13 grandchildren; and a sister and brother-in-law, Sharon and Roger Steffenson, East Moline. He was preceded in death by his parents.

[H288] Taken from Moline Dispatch, Sat 18-Jul-1998

Obituary for Robert Newburg

Services for Robert L. Newburg, 65, of 1332 44th St., Rock Island, are 10:30 a.m. Monday at Hodgson Funeral Home Ltd., Rock Island, with Rev. William Gluck officiating. Burial is in National Cemetery, Rock Island, with military rites conducted by Milan Legion VFW.

Visitation is 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday. Memorials may be made to the family.

Mr. Newburg died Thursday, July 16, 1998, at Trinity West, Rock Island.

He was born Sept. 19, 1932, to Irvin W. and Agnes Bartley Newburg. He married Sharon Hagberg Newburg April 18, 1981, in Rock Island.

He was a truck driver, retiring from Alcoa in 1990. He was a Korean War Navy SN veteran. He enjoyed woodworking and motorcycles.

Survivors include his wife, Sharon; daughters and their spouses, Kathy Newburg, Galesburg, Vivian and John Garr, Unionville, Mo., Ramona and Michael Jellison, Seymour, Iowa, Nicole Newburg, Rock Island; sons and spouses, Irvin W. and Barbara Newburg, Carbon Cliff, Virgil and Margaret Newburg, Seymour, Iowa, and Robert and Lena Newburg, Leon, Iowa; stepdaughter, Tracy Hagberg, Rock Island; 12 grandchildren; sisters, Roseanne Topps, Lake Havasu, Ariz., Delores Stanley, Melbourne, Fla., and Susan Hazelette, Colonial Hts., Va. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Raymond.

[N338] Family Members:

Mishele L Cenegy
Shelli L Cenegy
Michelle L Cenegy
Y Cenegy
Louis F Cenegy
Michele L Cenegy
Linda Lou Cenegy

Nevada Marriage Index, 1956-2005
about Louis F Cenegy
Name: Louis F Cenegy
Gender: Male
Residence State: California
Spouse: Linda Lou Hartwell
Spouse residence state: Idaho
Marriage Date: 9 Jan 1972
Marriage City: Las Vegas
Officiant type: Religious celebrant
Recorded Date: 14 Jan 1972
Recorded county: Clark

U.S. Public Records Index
about Linda L Cenegy
Name: Linda L Cenegy
Birth Date: Oct 1948
Phone Number: 898-9586
Address: 24436 Alta Vista Dr, Dana Point, California 92629-1001 (1993)
[212 W Taft Av, Orange, California 92665-0801 (1993)]
[24496 Alta Vista Dr, Dana Point, California 92629]

[N339] Nevada Marriage Index, 1956-2005
about Louis F Cenegy
Name: Louis F Cenegy
Gender: Male
Residence State: California
Spouse: Linda Lou Hartwell
Spouse residence state: Idaho
Marriage Date: 9 Jan 1972
Marriage City: Las Vegas
Officiant type: Religious celebrant
Recorded Date: 14 Jan 1972
Recorded county: Clark

[H291] Sten's father is unknown but he took the name of his step-father.
Sten may have been the son of Af Ugglas, Household Master, and Brita.

[H292] Tage and lilly never had children.

[H293] Eva was a foster child.

[H294] Tom was adopted in 1958. He lives in Stockholm.

[H295] She was known as Lollo.

[H296] Louise was engaged 1994.

[H297] Donna met Sunny at a Dance. She grew up in Clinton.

[H298] Information provided by Madonna Therese Mussman Thornbloom on January 22, 2005:

"Grandmother Mussman...... was an Orphan. Came to the midwest on an orphan train from out East..maybe Albany N.Y. Raised by
someone named Ryan and used as a hired girl."

[H299] Dodsannons hos Elsa.

[H300] Frida is blind.

[H301] Obituarty from Quad-Cities Online (The Dispatch, Moline, IL) February 7, 2004 9:01 PM

Kenneth Haney

Services for Kenneth B. Haney, 95, of Moline, are 11 a.m. Monday at First Christian Church, Moline. The Rev. Kenneth Kline will officiate. Burial is in Greenview Memorial Gardens, East Moline. Visitation is 3 to 5 p.m. today at Wendt Funeral Home, Moline. Memorials may be made to the church.

Mr. Haney died Thursday, Feb. 5, 2004, at Trinity Medical Center, West Campus, Rock Island.

He was born Jan. 31, 1909, in Washington, Iowa, son of David and Martha Bosley Haney. He married Grace Louise Allen June 5, 1937, in Fort Scott, Kan. She preceded him in death in 2002.

Mr. Haney was a World War II Army veteran. He was a life member of VFW Post 2153, Moline, and American Legion Post 246, Moline. He loved baseball, was an avid Chicago Cubs fan and waited all his life for the Cubs to win the World Series.

He was employed as a postal clerk for the United States Postal Service in Moline for 26 years, retiring in 1973.

Survivors (and spouses) include his daughter, Linda (Dan) Thornbloom, Moline; sons, Richard (Lanette) Haney, Indialantic, Fla., Steve Haney and Jim Haney both of Moline; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by his parents and 11 brothers and sisters.

[H302] August died of a cerebral aneurism. He was a machinist.

[H303] Violet died of cancer.

[H304] Bill had a PhD and was a Biology Professor. Currently living in Minneapolis.

[H305] Alex is a vet.

[H306] Axel was a farmer.

[H307] Anna died of stomach cancer.

[H308] Agna was known as Agnes. She and her husband were resort owners in Wisconsin. She had many children.

[H309] Maria cane to the USA but did not like it and returned to Sweden. She learned English and worked in Stockholm for manyb years subtitlinf Swedish and English films. She had several children.

[H310] Charles never married and never left Sweden.

[N312] Björn died of cancer. He was buried on 1989 November. 27 and is buried in Västerås, Sweden.

[N317] Katrina was an unmarried servant. Nothing is mentioned in the records of a husband. She was mentally ill and Anders was her only son. He was taken care of by others people (fosther care) during part of his childhood.

[N324] Anders was a career soldier in the Swedish Army. In 1862, he was living on Hjulbäck, Leksand, Falu Län, Kopparbergs Län, Darlana, Sweden.

[N330] Lars Lasse and her husband, Clara Antonia, are fifth cousins once removed.

[N331] Matthias was a farmer and a quartermaster.

[N328] Kerstin was only 15 years old at the time of her marriage.

[N337] Moline Dispatch Newspaper Obituary, Oct. 03, 2009,

Lydia Diane Affeldt, infant daughter of Kristin Hagberg and Scott Affeldt, both of Conesville, Iowa, died Oct. 2, 2009, at University of Iowa Hospital, Iowa City. Services are 10 a.m. Tuesday at Calvary Lutheran, Buffalo. Burial is at Rose Hill Cemetery, Buffalo. Arrangements are by Runge, Davenport. She was born Sept. 28, 2009. Surviving are her parents; grandparents, Dan and Kelly Hagberg, Wapello, Iowa, Rodger and Diane Affeldt, Garrison, N.D.; aunts, Allie Hagberg, Heidi Affeldt, and Amanda Lindvig.

[N341] Lived in:
Dana Point, CA
El Toro, CA
Laguna Beach, CA

[N342] Never married, no children.


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