|Ila Jean THOMPSON2 was born on 14 August 1930 in Liberal, Seward Co., KA.3 She died on 14 August 1930 at the age of 0.3 |
Parents: Emil Hanse THOMPSON and Pearl Elizabeth INGRAHAM.
Jamie Lynn THOMPSON1,2 was born on 7 November 1983. Parents: Marlon Lee THOMPSON and Colleen Mary WALFORD.
Janet Lea THOMPSON2 was born on 4 February 1953 in Ashland, Kansas.3
Janis Mae THOMPSON1,2 was born on 22 January 1937 in Sacramento, CA.3 She was adopted. Infor. in file from records of Luella Thompson Feland. Also from Millen E.Thompson. This child was adopted.
Parents: George Julius THOMPSON and Marye HARDING.
Jay Thomas THOMPSON1,2,27 was born on 20 August 1970 in LaCrosse, WI. He was baptized in Our Redemer Church, LaCrosse, WI. He was confirmed in Grace Lutheran Church, Raleigh, NC. He graduated with a degree in Psychology from Lenoir-Rhyne, a Lutheran college in Hickory, NC. Jay enjoys being the director of Camp Lutherock, a Lutheran wilderness adventure camp in the mountains of North Carolina where he gets to share his love of outdoor adventure while serving the Lord. He is now a youth director at a Lutheran Church in a suburb of Raleigh, NC. Parents: Thomas Andrew THOMPSON and Susan Jane RONEY.
Jeremy Reed THOMPSON1,2 was born on 6 August 1985. He died on 17 May 2003 at the age of 17 in west of Storla, Aurora Co., SD. Jeremy was killed in a one car roll-over two and a half miles west of Oscar Thompson's place. He would have graduated from Plankinton High School that Saturday afternoon. Parents: Marlon Lee THOMPSON and Colleen Mary WALFORD.
John (Jonas) THOMPSON1,2,9 was born on 10 July 1887 in Belford Twp, Aurora Co., SD. He died on 22 November 1963 at the age of 76 in Mitchell, Davison Co., SD. He was buried on 27 November 1963 in Trinity Cemetery, Sanborn Co., Letcher, SD. Operated a farm near Storla until 1922 (homestead) when he moved to Mitchell to become a representative for Omar Wonder Flour. In 1938 moved out to Jensen farm near Storla and then moved back to old homestead where brother Peter had been living since John's moving to Mitchell. Retired in 1959, lived in Storla, Mitchell (Beebee Retirement Home where Margaret was an RN) and then in Sioux Falls where he died in Sioux Valley Hospital of a stroke. He died the day that JFK was shot.
Obituary: Funeral Tuesday for John Thompson, Pioneer Resident (Mitchell Daily Republic, Nov. 26, 1963)
Funeral services were held at Storla Lutheran Church Monday for John Thompson, pioneer resident, who died Friday at Sioux Valley Hospital, Sioux Falls, after a brief illness. He was 76 years old.
The Rev. Bennert Solberg officiated at the services and burial was at Trinity Lutheran Cemetery. Mrs. Leroy Olsen was organist and vocal music was by the Storla men's choir, and the Rev. Olaf Rossing.
Pallbearers were Norman Thompson, Lavern Asbenson, Lowell Berg, Peter Erickson, Dale Thompson, Lyle Johnson. Honorary pallbearers were Dr. Robert Gabrielson, Roy Berven, Walter Scott, Lynn Anderson, Barney Hill, Albert Selland, Fred Feistner, Edwin Kampen, Al Dahl.
John Thompson was born July 10, 1887 to Oskar and Else (Sanstol) Thompson in Belford Township, Aurora County, Dakota Territory. After a very brief illness he passed away Nov. 22, 1963 in Sioux Valley Hospital, Sioux Falls at the age of 76 years, 4 months and 12 days.
He was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith and remained an active member all his life. He operated a farm near Storla until 1922 when he moved to Mt. Vernon to operate a general merchandise store. In 1927 he left the store and moved to Mitchell to become a representative of a flour mill. On Nov. 22, 1932 he was married to Margaret Cleven of Landa, N. Dak. He returned in 1938 to the farm in the Storla community until his retirement in 1959.
He is survived by his widow, and four sons, Darrell, of Madison, Wis., David, Omaha, Nebr., Oscar of Storla and Thomas of Grand Forks, N. Dak.: two brothers, Tom and Lewis: and four sisters, Mrs. Annie Asbenson, Mrs. Lisa Hutton, Miss Ella Thompson, and Mrs. Alida Berg: six grandchildren and a host of friends.
He was preceded in death by a brother, Peter, and a sister who died in infancy.
"Han Har Ikke Levnet os, han har gaat foran os." May God bless his memory.
Parents: Oskar(Asbjørn Torkellson Hammersmark) THOMPSON and Elsie Christine JONASDTR.
Spouse: Josephine Margaret CLEVEN. Josephine Margaret CLEVEN and John (Jonas) THOMPSON were married on 22 November 1932.3 Children were: John Darrell THOMPSON, David Dean THOMPSON, Oscar Cleven THOMPSON, Thomas Andrew THOMPSON.
John A. THOMPSON2 was born on 27 October 1851 in Mission Twp., LaSalle Co., IL. He died on 18 July 1926 at the age of 74 in Lark, Grant Co., ND. He was buried on 20 July 1926 in Pleasant View Cemetery, Lark, Morton (now Grant) Co., N. D.. Infor.in file is from the records of Luella Feland Thompson. A federal census in file for Mission Township, Lasalle County, Illinois of 6/30/1860 , shows John as 9, and born in Illinois. A census for the same county of 8/23/1870, shows John as 17, and born in Illinois. A census for Douglas Township, Adams County Iowa, of 6/29/1880 shows age 28, born in Illinois. John was a farmer, and his faith was Lutheran. In file we have pictures of the John Thompson Family. Also one of John and Kari, and the 3 great aunts, taken in Walkerville Cr., a suburb of Butte, Montana. Also a picture of Martha Peterson, Kari Thompson , John Thompson, Betsy Larson, and Anna Waaga. A picture of Elsie Thompson, and Clifford Thompson near Lark, N. D. IN 1927, on John's homestead.
John Thompson was born in Lasalle County, Illinois on 10/28/1851, the son of Thomas and Kari Thompson. He grew to manhood there, and in 1877 moved with his parents to Adams County, Iowa. On 2/23/1881 he was married to Elsie Olson who had arrived from Norway the year before. They moved to the vicinity of Mitchell, S.D. in 1882, and back to Adams County, IA in 1890 where they farmed for the next 19 years. In 1909, on advice of his brother Carl (for whom Carl Township is named) and their son Theodore, they moved to Morton County (now Grant County) and took a homestead 4 miles N/W of Lark. They were the parents of 7 children, 3 of whom also lived in the Lark area. Theodore, Mrs. Henry (Clara) Day, and Bert. Joe,Mrs. John (Lena) Hendrickson, and Mrs. Andy(Sanna) Anderson remained in Iowa and Anton moved to Valley City, North Dakota.
John died 7/18/1926, and is buried at Pleasant View cemetery, Lark, North Dakota. Elsie remained on the homestead for a few years and then went to Hubbard County Minnesota where she spent her last years at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Henry Day. She died there 3/19/1937 and was taken back to North Dakota where she is buried beside her husband. This document is on file at the Morton County Historical Society.
In file is an application and certificate of marriage showing; I Andrew Thompson of Montgomery County, State of Iowa aged 24 years do solemnly swear that I am acquainted with John Thompson and Elsie Olson who are parties for the marriage of whom a license applied for; that said John Thompson is the age of 29 years and upwards, of sound contracting mind, and unmarried; that said Elsie Olson is of the age of 23 years and upwards, of sound contracting mind and unmarried; and there is no legal impediment to said parties entering the marriage state to the best of my knowledge and belief, and that I am not interested in the issue of said license. signed Andrew Thompson, subscribed and sworn to by Andrew Thompson before me February 23rd 188, W E Lauton.
CERTIFICATE OF MARRIAGE, To the Circuit Court of Montgomery County, Iowa, This certifies that on the 23rd day of February 1881 at Red Oak in said county,according to law, and by authority, I duly joined in marriage Mr. John Thompson and Miss Elsie Olson, Given under my hand this 23rd day of Feb. 1881, H C Tsuich J P. A second doc. in file shows Iowa state board of health, return of marriage to county clerk. Groom John Thompson, residence Leasbon? Adams Co. IA, occupation farmer, age 30 (on this the two M/C'S DON'T AGREE), color white, race sweed, place birth IL, father Thos Thompson, mother Cary Johnson, first marriage, bride Elsie Olson, residence Adams Co. Ia, age next birthday 24,color white, race sweed, place birth Norway, she did not show her fathers or mothers name. No place does Elsie ever show her parents, as a result we do not know who they were. Why? First marriage, married at Red Oak, Montgomery Co.,Iowa, on the 23rd day of Feb 1881, witness H C Tsuich. Red Oak, Iowa , Feb 23,1881, certified by both John's and Elsies signature's. Also certified the marriage return is correct, and marriage solemnized by me, dated at Red Oak, IA, H C Tsuich, 2/23/1881, Justice of the Peace. Recorded in marriage record2, page 32, Red Oak, Montgomery County, Iowa.
The census for Douglas Township, Adams Co., Iowa shows John as 43, A farmer, born in Illinois.1895 census.
John and Elsie attended the Strand Lutheran Church. We have in file; Articles of incorporation, Misc. record book, no 3, Adams Co. Courthouse; We whose names are subscribed hereunder do certify that we have associated ourselves together as a body corporate under the laws of Iowa relating to charitable, scientific and religious organizations and have adopted the following articles of incorporation.; Article 1; The name of this society is the first Evangelical Lutheran Church, Douglas and Lincoln Townships, Adams County, Iowa, and its place of business shall be Lincoln Township, Adams Co.Iowa.; Article 2; The object shall be the promotion of Christian Religion in our midst and throughout the world.; Article 3; The members at all times shall consist of the members shown on the church records.; Article 4; The officers shall consist of a president, secretary, treasurer and three trustees; Article 5; Such officers shall be elected at the annual meeting by a majority of members present, and shall hold their office for 1 year, or until their successors are elected, except the trustees who shall hold their offices as follows, at the annual meeting in Jan., 1887 there shall be elected three trustees, one for 1 year, one for 2 years and one for three years, and on the expiration of their terms their successors shall be elected for 3 years.; Article 6; The annual meeting shall be held on the 2nd Saturday in January, of each year and special meetings may be called at any time by the board of trustees.; Article 7; The trustees until the annual meeting, January, 1887 shall be Lars Ritland, Tom Orstad and Dan ODSON; Article 8; The private property of the members shall be exempt from corporate debts; Article 9; These articles may be amended by a majority of the members at any meeting . Signed, K.G. Hendrickson, O. T. Lovig, H. G. Hendrickson, John A. Hetland, T. D. Nelson.Trustees Daniel Odson, Thomas Orstad, Lars L. Ritland. Be it remembered that on the 28th day of June, A. D. 1886, before the undersigned a notary public, in and for said county, came the above, whose names affixed. William C. Chubb, notary public. The Strand Lutheran Church is north of Corning Iowa.
In file a record of land purchase, recorded 6/28/1886, Grantee, church First Evangelical; Grantor; Know all men by these presents that W. 0. Knudson and his wife Catherine of Adams County, State of Iowa, for $90.00 do hereby sell and convey unto the said First Evangelical Lutheran Church of Douglas and Lincoln township and to their assignees the following descibed premises situated in the County of Adams and State of Iowa, 22 rods by 22 rods. O. Knudson, Catherine Knudson. W. C. Chubb Notary Public. 2nd purchase of land; Filed 3/22/1897. Osmund Knudson and wife to First Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran Church;That we O. Knudson and wife Catherine in the consideration of $ 250.00 in hand paid by First Norwegian Lutheran Church, Douglas and Lincoln Townships in Adams County, Iowa, do hereby sell and convey to church containing 17 acres. W . H.Clark, Notary Public. Next in file is a drawing of Strand Lutheran Church, Adams County, Iowa, 1875-1975.
A newspaper article, STRAND LUTHERAN CHURCH HAS CENTENNIAL SUNDAY, Villisca-Strand Lutheran Church congregation of Adams County, rural Villisca , observed it's 100th anniversary Sunday, June 15, at the church with morning services at11, potluck dinner at noon, short program in the afternoon followed by a fellowship hour in the church dining room.
The Rev. Gudmund Peterson Bethesda Lutheran Church rural Clarinda, was incharge.
The congregation was organized 5/21/1875, and in 1886 the church was built on land purchased from Osmund and Catherine Knutson. The church has been added to and a lot of improvement made at different times, but the original building still remains as it was built in 1886.
Mrs.Julia Easterlie, 100 years old, is a charter member of the church and attended the observance Sunday.
The congregation has been served by 24 Pastors and students and other Pastors in the area. There have been 865 baptisms, 395 confirmands, and 129 weddings.
Former Pastors present Sunday were the Reverand H.H. Stanke of Clarinda and the Rev. Herbert Bjorquist, Red Oak.
Tell Program The afternoon program included a singalong with Patty Linn at the organ, scripture and prayer by Pastor Peterson, music by a girl's vocal trio of Brenda Olson, Tanya Barnard, and Terri Johnston, comments by the visiting Pastors, vocal solos by Lacey Jackson and Dennis Hendrickson and an original poem by a former member of the church, Mrs. Anna Jelinek of Omaha.
Letters, memorials and other communications were read and acknowledged byMrs. M. D. Hendrickson.
Fellowship hour serving was by the president of the ladies aid, Mrs. FrancisOrstad; vice president, Mrs. J. C. Forsythe; and past presidents Mesdames Verle Mosman, Mildred Stuvick, Guy Easterlie and Elmo Odson.
Committee in charge of arrangements included Mesdames Lester Hendrickson,Marvin Ward, Ernie Olson and Floyd Ritnour.
Approximately 300 attended from Iowa, California, Nebraska, Missouri, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Florida, and Michigan.
We have in file a picture of the John Thompson family.
We have in file a program of the 100th anniversary celebration of the Strand Lutheran church. It shows officers of the church. History is included. Of interest is a section titled do you remember when?; The coal stove in the middle of the room, banked after Sunday morning service in the winter to have it ready for evening service.; When the men sat on the east sise of the church and the ladies and children on the westside.; We walked around and placed our money on the altar, which was in the middle of the sanctuary until it was rebuilt, for all special offerings.; The large circle of kerosene lamps hanging from the ceiling, trimmed, filled, and always shined by our janitor, Levine Kjleen.; The bell was rung each Sunday morning three times at 9:00, 9 :30, and 10:00 A. M. calling us to services. We all missed it very much when no one was there to ring it.; The bell was tolled for funerals, supposedly the age of the deceased, by Levine Kjleen, no one has been able to do this since his death.; When the baazar was mission sale, with free dinner at noon always onSaturday. Followed by auction. Sunday was mission Sunday, another all day services, the money taken in on these days was to pay the budget to the Synod.; When the windows were clear glass, and if anyone went by during services, you could sneak a sly glance.
A census for Douglas Township, Adams County, Iowa, 1895 shows John Thompson age 43, farmer, born in Illinois.
In file we have a document, Dept of Interior, United States Land Office,Bismarck, North Dakota, County of Morton, John Thompson being first duly sworn says that he is the identical person who made H. E.No. 212758 for the southwest quarter Serial No 012172 Sec 24 Twn 135 N. Rge 86 W. This affidavit and the affidavits, proofs and oaths hereto attached are made and taken before the nearest and most accessible officer qualified to take the same in the land district wherein the lands above described are located. Signed John Thompson,
Subscribed and sworn to before me at my office in Carson Morton County, North Dakota, this 6th day of January A. D. 1913. F. G. Boettcher, U.S.Commissioner, District of North Dakota.
Another document, Dept. of Interior, United States Land Office Bismarck, North Dakota, serial no 012172, receipt no 1005110, Certificate Homestead.Proof made under act 6/6/1912. Patent to contain reservation, conditions and limitations of act of 3/3/1909, public no 323. 1/25/1913, It is hereby certified that, pursuant to the provisions of section 2291, revised statutes of the United States, John Thompson has made payment in full for southeast quarter, section 24, Township 135 n., range 86 w, 5th P. Meridian, containing 160 acres. Now therefore, be it known that, on presentation of this certificate to the Commissioner of the General Land Office, the said John Thompson shall be entitled to receive a patent for the lot above described. R. M. Stireus, Registrar. All of the land described has been finally classified and case approved for reissue patent under act of April, 12/18/1916, Coal reservation cancelled. It was patented, no 337713, on 5/27/1913.
A document titled Notice of Intention to Make Proof. It is stamped Received, U. S. Land Office, 11/4/1912, Bismarck, N. Dak. Department of the Interior, U.S. Land Office at Bismarck, N. Dak., 10/31/1912, I John Thompson of Carl, N. D.who on 4/12/1909 made homestead entry, serial no. 012172, entry no. 212758, for south east quarter, section 24, Township 135n, Range 86 w, 5th Meridian, hereby give notice of my intention to make final three year proof to establish my claim to the land above described, before F. G. Boettcher, U. S. Commissioner, at Carson, N. Dak., on the Jan 3 1913 day of (blank) by two of the following witnesses: Erwin Jones of Carl N. D., John J. Johnson of Carl, N.D., Charles G.Lanson of Carl N. D., Nels Merrild of Lark, N. D. Signed John Thompson.11/14/1912 Notice of the above intention to make proof will be published in the Carson Press, Carson, N.D., for a period of five consecutive weeks, which I hereby designate as the newspaper published nearest the land above described, signed R. N. Stireus
A document titled, Department of the Interior, United States Land Office, Bismarck, North, Dakota, State of North Dakota, County of Morton, I being first duly sworn depose and say that I am the entryman of the S E 1/4, Sec. 24, Twn.135, Rge. 86, and that I am the person who made application to make final proof of the above entry. And that the date for appearing for said proof was set January 3d 1913. Before F. G. Boettcher U. S. Commissioner at his office in Carson Morton County North Dakota. And I hereby certify that I did on the 3d day of January 1913 appear with my witness to offer proof in behalf of my said homestead entry. And the reason for not being able to offer the said testimony on the date set was that the said F. G. Boettcher U. S. Commissioner was not in his office on that day, nor was he present until this 6th day of January 1913. Reason being that he the said commissioner was away and could not return to take the said proof. I have hereunto set my hand and affixd my seal this 6th day of January 1913. signed John Thompson. On this 6th day of January 1913
appeared personally before me John Thompson and who was first duly sworn deposed and says that the above affidavit is true and correct. signed F. G.Boettcher, United States Commissioner, District of North Dakota.
Final Affidavit Required of Homestead Claimants; I John Thompson having made a homestead entry of the southeast quarter, section 24, township 135 n, range86 w 5th principal meridian, subject to entry at Bismarck North Dakota Land Office, under section no. 2289 of the revised statutes of the United States, do now apply to perfect my claim thereto by virtue of section no. 2291 of the revised statutes of the United States; and for that purpose do solemnly swear that I am a native born citizen of the United States; that I have made actual settlement upon and have cultivated and resided upon such land since the later part of day of August 1909, to the present time; that no part of said land has been alienated, except as provided in section 2288 of the revised statutes, but that I am the sole bona fide owner as an actual settler; that I will bear true allegiance to the government of the United States; and, further, that I have not heretofore perfected or abandoned an entry made under the homestead laws of the United States, except none. signed John Thompson. I hereby certify that the foregoing affidavit was read by affiant in my presence before affiant affixed signature thereto; that affiant is to me personally known, or has satisfactorily identified before me by Herbert Hallenberg Carson North Dakota.That I verily believe affiant to be a credible person and the identical person hereinbefore described, and that said affidavit was duly subscribed and sworn to before me, at my office, in Carson, Morton County, North Dakota this 6th day of January, 1913. F. G. Boettcher, United States Commissioner, District of North Dakota.
A document showing; Test fees 1.30, Department of the Interior, Homestead Entry, U. S. Land Office, Bismarck North Dakota, no. 012172, $9.30 written in, final proof receipt no. 1005110, testimony of claimant, question 1, What is your full name, age, and post office address? Answer John Thompson 61 years old and post office address Carl North Dakota., question 2, Are you a native born citizen of the United States, and if so, in what state or territory were you born? If foreign born, see note 1. Answer Native born, was born, Lasalle County Ill., question 3, Are you the same person who made homestead entry no.212758, at the Bismarck North Dakota land office on the 12th day of April 1909, for the southeast quarter, section 24, township 135n., range 86 w.5th principal meridian? Answer yes, question 4, a. Are you married or single? Answer yes married b. If married, of whom does your family consist? answer Wife and two children, at home. c. If a married woman, state whether your husband now has a nonperfected homestead entry, and during what time has he resided on this land with you? question 5, a. When did you first establish actual residence upon this land? Answer Later part of August 1909., b. When was your house built on this land? Answer, Built my house in August 1909. c. Have either you or your family ever been absent from the homestead since establishing residence? answer, No we have lived continously. d. If there has been such absence, give the date covered by each absence; and as to each absence state whether you, your family, or both, were thus absent and the reason for each such absence?answer, none. question 6, Describe the land embraced in above entry by legal subdivisions, showing fully the character of same, and kind and amount of timber if any. answer. N 1/2 SE 1/4, 50 Acres cultivable, acres timbered none, feet timber none. S. 1/2 SE 1/4, 60 Acres cultivable, acres timbered none, feet timber none. question 7. State by subdivisions the number of acres cultivated, kind of crop planted, and amount harvested, each year. How many acres of the claim are now cleared, or broken, and under cultivation? If used for grazing only, state number and kind of stock grazed each year and by whom owned.answer. In 1910 I broke 35 acres and planted nothing summer-fallow, and in 1911 I broke none and planted old ground in wheat, and garden truck and raised 400 Bu. wheat, and 20 Bu. potatoes, and small amount of cabage, beans. And in 1912 I broke 30 acres and planted flax, and on old ground planted wheat and oats, and raised 150 Bu.flax, and 400 Bu. wheat, and 200 Bu. oats. My breaking is on the north eight about 15 acres and balance of breaking along the north side of the south eighty. question 8. Describe fully and in detail the amount and kind of improvements on each subdivision. State total value of improvements on the claim. answer. SW 1/4 SE 1/4 house,12-14-8, frame, addission 8-14-8, frame.ddission on east side, 8-10-8. barn, 18-28-9, stone. Well, 62 ft. curbed, with no pump, use rope. Post set for 20 acres, no wire, will wire next spring. 65 acres under cultivation. Total value of improvements $800.00. question 9. Is your present claim within the limits of an incorporated town or selected site of a city or town, or used in any way for trade or business? answer . No it is not. question 10. Are there any indications of coal, salines, or minerals of any kind on the land? If so, describe what they are. answer. No, not that I know of. question 11. Have you ever made any other homestead entry? If so, describe the same. question 12. Have you sold, conveyed, or agreed to sell or convey any portion of the land; if so, to whom and for what purpose? answer No I have not. question 13. Have you optioned, mortgaged, or agreed to option or mortgage, or convey this land, or any part therof; if so, when, to whom, and for what purpose and in what amount? answer. No I have not. question 14. Have you any personal property of any kind elsewhere than on this claim? If so, describe the same, and state where the same is kept. answer. No. question 15. Describe by legal subdivisions, or by number, kind of entry, and office where made, any other entry or filing (not mineral) made by you since August 30,1890. answer. none. Signed John Thompson.
I hereby certify that the deponet was examined separately and apart from other witnesses in the case; that the foregoing deposition was read to or by deponet in my presence before deponent affixed signature thereto; that deponent is to me personally known (or has been satisfactorily identified before me by Herbert Hallenberg Carson N. Dak.); that I verily believe deponent to be the identical person herinbefore described, and that said deposition was duly subscribed and sworn to before me at my office in Carson Morton County North Dakota.
I hereby Certify that the foregoing affidavit was read to or by affiant in my presence before affiant affixed signature thereto; that affiant is to me personally known (or has been satisfactorily identified before me by-----; that I verily believe affiant to be a qualified applicant and the identical person hereinbefore described; and that said affidavit was duly subscribed and sworn to before me, at my office in Bismarck, Burleigh County, North Dakota, within the Bismarck land district, this 12th day of April, 1909. signed by John ?
United States Land Office at Bismarck, N. D., April 12th, 1909. I hereby Certify that the foregoing application is for surveyed land of the class which the applicant is legally entitled to enter under section 2289, revised statutes of the United States, and that there is no prior valid adverse right to the same. M. H. Jewell, Register.
Received of the above named applicant the sum of Eighteen Dollars and no cents, being the amount of fees and compensation of the register and receiver for the entry of the land, herein before described, under section 2290, revised statutes of the United States.
Serial No. 012172, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, Dept. of Interior, U.S . LandOffice at Bismarck, N. D., 10/31/1912, Notice is hereby given that JohnThompson, of Carl North Dakota, who on April 12th, 1909, made homestead entry No., 212758, serial no. 012172, for south-east quarter, section 24, township135 N., range 86 W., 5th meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final 3 yr. proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before F. G.Boettcher, U. S. Commissioner, at Carson, N. D., on the 1/3/1913. Claimant names as witnesses; Erwin Jones, of Carl, N. D., John J. Johnson of Carl, N. D., Charles G. Lanson of Carl, N. D., and Nels Merrild of Lark, N. D., Signed R. N. Steneus, Register. Certificate as to posting of notice. 1/25/1913 I hereby certify that the above notice, or copy thereof, was by me posted in a conspicuous place in my office for a period of 50 days, I having first posted said notice on the 11/14/1912. R. N. Steneus Register.
The same notice was also published in the paper. We have copy of paper notice. We also have affidavit of publication, I Claude La Due, foreman of the Carson press, published weekly, at Carson, N. D., do solemnly swear that a copy of the above notice, as per clipping attached was published weekly in the regular and entire issue of said newspaper, and not in any supplement thereof, for five consecutive issues, commencing with the issue dated 11/21/19 12, and ending with the issue dated 1/3/1913. Claude La Due, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd day of 1/1913, John C. Bell, Notary Public, Morton Co. N.D.. Carson Press My commission exp. 10/28/1917.
All of this is in the National Archives, record group 49, Serial Patent, 337713.
In addition we have; A form, Dept. of the Interior, HOMESTEAD ENTRY, U. S. Land Office, Bismarck, N. D., APPLICATION, I John Thompson, male, a resident of Carl, Morton County, North Dakota, do hereby apply to enter, under section 2289, revised statutes of the United States, the S/E 1/4 of section 24, township 135 N., range 86 W., 5th, principal meridian, containing 160 acres, within the Bismarck land district; and I do solemnly swear that I am not the proprietor of more than 160 acres of land in any state or territory; that I am a native born citizen of the United States, and am a married man over 21 yearsof age; that my post-office address is Carl N. D.; that this application is honestly and in good faith made for the purpose of actual settlement and cultivation, and not for the benefit of any other person, persons, or corporation; that I will faithfully and honestly endeaver to comply with all the requirements of law as to settlement, residence, and cultivation necessary to acquire title to the land applied for; that I am not acting as an agent of any person, corporation, or syndicate in making this entry, nor in collusion with any person, corporation, or syndicate to give them the benefit of the land entered, or any part therof, or the timber thereon; that I do not apply to enter the same for the purpose of speculation, but in good faith to obtain a home for myself, and that I have not directly or indirectly made, and will not make, any agreement or contract, in any way or manner, with any person or persons, corporation, or syndicate whatsoever, by which the title which I may acquire from the Government of the United States will inure in whole or in part to the benefit of any person except myself. I further swear that since August 30, 1890, I have not entered and acquired title to, nor am I now claiming, under an entry made under any of the nonmineral public-land laws, an amount of land which, together with the land now applied for, will exceed in the aggregate 320 acres; and that I have not heretofore made any entry under the homestead laws except-----; that I am well acquainted with the character of the land herein applied for and with each and every legal subdivision thereof, having personally examined same; that there is not to my knowledge within the limits thereof any vein or lode or quartz or other rock in place bearing gold,silver, cinnabar, lead, tin, or copper, nor any deposit of coal, placer,cement, or gravel.
A NOTICE OF RIGHT OF ELECTION, Sir: Your attention is directed to the provisions of the act of 3/3/1909, printed on the back hereof, and you are hereby notified that subsequently to your entry, said tract was classified, claimed, or reported as being valuable for coal; also that at the time of applying for notice to submit final proof you must state in writing whether you elect to receive a patent which shall contain a reservation to the UnitedStates of all coal in said land, and the right of the United States, or any person or persons authorized by it, to prospect for, mine, and remove coal from the same, in accordance with the conditions and limitations imposed by said act. Should you elect to receive such patent, no further inquiry wil be made respecting the coal character of the land, and patent will issue, with the statutory reservation, provided satisfactory proof of your good faith and of compliance on your part with the provisions of the law under which you claim, be submitted. In the event you decline to elect to receive such patent, evidence will be received at the time of making final proof with a view to determining whether the land is chiefly valuable for coal, and, the proof being in other respects regular and satisfactory, you will be entitled to receive patent without reservation unless at the time of the hearing on final proof it shall be shown that the land is chiefly valuable for coal.
No. 212758, for the south-east quarter, township 135 N., range 8 6 W., 5th Meridian, do hereby elect, upon submission of satisfactory proof of compliance with law under which my claim was initiated, to receive patent for the lands, which patent shall reserve to the United States all of the coal in said lands with the right of the United States, or any person authorized by it, to prospect for, mine, and remove the coal from same in accordance with the conditions and limitations of the act of 3/3/1909 (35 Stat., 844).
In accordance with above election, I hereby authorize the proper officer or officers of the United States, upon submission of satisfactory final proof upon my location, selection, or entry, to issue final certificate or other paper as basis for patent, containing the reservation of the coal herinbefore described, and to issue patent in accordance therewith. signed John Thompson.
The foregoing election was, in our presence, read to or by t Parents: Thomas A. Thompson Torbjørn Trondson AAREG and Caroline (Kare Jonsdatter Maeland) JOHNSON.
Spouse: Elsie OLSON. Elsie OLSON and John A. THOMPSON were married on 23 February 1881. Children were: Theodore Carl THOMPSON, Lena Sophia THOMPSON, Anton Severine THOMPSON, Clara E. May THOMPSON, Joseph Emeil THOMPSON, Sanna Decina "Sanny" THOMPSON, Bertrum Adreas "Bert Andrew" THOMPSON, Unknown THOMPSON.
John Darrell THOMPSON1,2 was born on 13 September 1933 in Mitchell, Davison Co., SD. Between 1957 and 1999 he was a Professor of Physics in Augustana College, Sioux Falls, SD. He received a MS-Physics degree in 1962 in Iowa State Univ.. John received a Ph.D.-Biophysics degree in 1967 in Univ. of Wisconsin. He retired on 1 June 1999 in Sioux Falls, Minnehaha Co., SD. Parents: John (Jonas) THOMPSON and Josephine Margaret CLEVEN.
Spouse: Mary Ann BERNARD. Mary Ann BERNARD and John Darrell THOMPSON were married on 27 October 1995 in Chapel of Reconciliation, Augustana College, Sioux Falls, SD. They were divorced on 24 February 2004 in Hilo, Hawai'i.
Spouse: Marion Ethel KINRAID. Marion Ethel KINRAID and John Darrell THOMPSON were married on 10 April 1981 in Nairobi, Kenya.
Spouse: Maureen Lou KAMPEN. Maureen Lou KAMPEN and John Darrell THOMPSON were married on 30 June 1958 in Watertown, Codington Co., SD. They were divorced in 1976. Children were: Laura Grace (Tanya Marie) THOMPSON, Rebecca Ellen THOMPSON, Kathleen Anne THOMPSON, Timothy John Dakotah THOMPSON.
John Lawrence THOMPSON1,2 was born on 12 January 1885 in Belford Twp, Aurora Co., SD.3 He died on 12 April 1963 at the age of 78 in Fargo, ND.3 Information in file is from the records of Luella Thompson Feland. Other family records, in file, have been compared. Lawrence went to Morton County and filed on a claim, and after that he worked in stores clerking. In Minot and Crosby N. Dak. For some years he ran an oil station, and delivered L P gas. His wife Dorothy Thompson lived on 4th St., Minot, N. Dak. From Millen Thompson. Died of a heart attack. Parents: Andrew Thomas THOMPSON and Taletta Tobine "Lettie" JONASDTR.
John Paul THOMPSON1,2 was born on 28 April 1980. Adopted Parents: Paul Ernest THOMPSON and Beverly Jean HOFFMAN.
Jon Bentley THOMPSON1,2 was born on 30 April 1957.3 Parents: Gary Jon THOMPSON and Marion DIXON.
Joseph Emeil THOMPSON was born on 4 December 1887 in Near Letcher, Sanborn Co., SD. He died on 26 September 1946 at the age of 58 in Iowa. Parents: John A. THOMPSON and Elsie OLSON.
Joshua Christian THOMPSON was born on 25 June 2003. Parents: Todd Frederick THOMPSON and Michelle MIKKELSEN.
Judith Ann THOMPSON1,2 was born on 27 February 1939 in Sacramento, CA. Parents: Chester Andrew THOMPSON and Lydia Jane ERHARDT.
Spouse: Roger Clifton BEATTY. Judith Ann THOMPSON and Roger Clifton BEATTY were married on 19 October 1957.3 They3 were divorced. Children were: Rex Clifton BEATTY, Max Andrew BEATTY, Kenneth Daniel BEATTY, Kimberly Ann BEATTY.
Spouse: Armand J. CLAVERE. Judith Ann THOMPSON and Armand J. CLAVERE were married on 30 July 1977.
Judith Lynn THOMPSON1 was born on 15 January 1948 in Perry, GE.
Karla Mae THOMPSON1,2 was born on 2 February 1966.3 Parents: Oscar Cleven THOMPSON and Doris Mae DAHL.
Spouse: Lou Eric KNOBLOCH. Karla Mae THOMPSON and Lou Eric KNOBLOCH were married on 29 June 1984 in Storla Lutheran, Aurora Co., SD. Children were: Heather Mae KNOBLOCH, Tyler Eric KNOBLOCH, Courtney Jo KNOBLOCH, Riley KNOBLOCH.
Kathleen Ann THOMPSON2 was born on 28 July 1961 in Clarkston, Washington. Kathy was adopted, her mother was Sharon Thompson. Her occupation changes constantly. All of her marriages are common-law. To Stanley Wiggins, Mike K. Gutgsell, and Craig Clark. All three of her children have different fathers. Kathy was the adopted child of Clifford and Kathy Thompson. Her biological mother was Sharon Thompson, half-sister of Clifford. She was divorced from Stanley Wiggins in 1/1987, at Boise, Idaho. Her B/C shows she was born
7/28/1961. Kathy's biological father was Roger Jackson. She is Baptist.
See rin 2054, that and rin 1658 are one and the same person.
B/C shows born Asotin County, Tri-State Memorial Hosp., Clarkston, Wn. Name Kathleen Ann Thompson, female, single birth, dob 7/28/1961. Father Clifford Thompson, white, age 36, born North Dakota, occup. maintainance, Potlatch Forests Inc., Mother Kathleen Pfliiger, white, age 31, born North Dakota, Infor. mother. Attendant at birth James D. Klein M D, Clarkston, Washington, signed 7/28/1961, recd by regis. 8/2/1961, Florence B. Howell. Washington Vital Statistics.
Parents: Clifford Bert THOMPSON and Kathleen Ann PFLIIGER.
Kathleen Anne THOMPSON1 was born on 4 November 1962 in Madison, Dane Co., WI. Parents: John Darrell THOMPSON and Maureen Lou KAMPEN.
Spouse: Michael Craig DICKMAN. Kathleen Anne THOMPSON and Michael Craig DICKMAN were married on 1 April 1993.
Spouse: Khaled MASON. Kathleen Anne THOMPSON and Khaled MASON were married on 14 December 1986.
Katie Esther THOMPSON2 was born on 17 January 1897 in Villisca, Montgomery Co., IA.3 She died on 21 December 1929 at the age of 32 in Liberal, Seward Co., KA.3 Parents: Thomas A. THOMPSON Jr. and Augusta Lena LARSON.
Spouse: Newton William BRADBURN. Katie Esther THOMPSON and Newton William BRADBURN were married on 27 November 1920.3 Children were: Everett Lee BRADBURN, Earl Dennis BRADBURN, Gale Richard BRADBURN, Donald Keith BRADBURN, Clay William BRADBURN, Ray Newton BRADBURN.
Keith Arlen THOMPSON1,2 was born on 1 May 1944.3
Parents: Ernest Leonard THOMPSON and Arlene Alice ASBENSON.
Kelsey Renee THOMPSON1 was born on 13 April 1998. Born at 10:47 AM, weight 7lb 2 oz Parents: Larry Dean THOMPSON and Vicki Renee KROUPA.
Larry THOMPSON2 was born on 4 May 1949.3 Parents: Basil THOMPSON and Lillian .
Larry Dean THOMPSON1,2 was born on 11 April 1961. Parents: David Dean THOMPSON and Lila Rose FEISTNER.
Laura Elaine THOMPSON2,5 was born on 25 November 1981 in Eugene, Lane Co., Oregon.3 Parents: Lyle Elvan THOMPSON and Janet Maira FITZPATRICK.
Laura Grace (Tanya Marie) THOMPSON2 was born on 5 June 1958 in Sioux Falls, Minnehaha Co., SD.
Parents: John Darrell THOMPSON and Maureen Lou KAMPEN.
Spouse: William BODE. Laura Grace (Tanya Marie) THOMPSON and William BODE were married on 22 September 1990 in Mackinac, MI. They were divorced. Children were: Brooke Elizabeth BODE, Merideth Ellen BODE.
Lavern Ellsworth THOMPSON2,5 was born on 27 December 1922 in Hermiston, Umatilla Co., OR.3 Infor. in file from Luella Thompson Feland. They lived at 2100 Kirkway, Sacramento, Calif. 95822. He is a conservative Baptist. He was a driver improvement analyst, and in the military service in WW II, from 1942 to 1946. They called for a copy of the record 3/14/1995. Their phone is 916-391-0922. Parents: Marshall "Arlie" THOMPSON and Pearl Ethel CHRISTEN. Parents: Pearl Ethel CHRISTEN.
Spouse: Geraldyne Frances KENNEDY. Geraldyne Frances KENNEDY and Lavern Ellsworth THOMPSON were married on 14 September 1946 in Lakeview, Harney Co., OR.3 Children were: Cecil Lavern THOMPSON, Pamela Jane THOMPSON, Rick Francis THOMPSON.
Lena Sophia THOMPSON2 died on 4 June 1964 at the age of 81 in Near Grant, Montgomery Co. IA. She was born on 24 April 1883 in Near Letcher, Sanborn Co., SD.3 She was buried in Strand Cem., Strand, Adams Co., Iowa.3 Infor. in file is from records of Luella Thompson Feland. Other family records were examined, and compared. She was a housewife. Her faith was Lutheran.
Obituary in file; Mrs. John Hendrickson, Lena Sophia Thompson, daughter of John and Elsie Thompson was born 4/24/1883 at Letcher, South Dakota, and passed away at her home near Grant, Thursday, 6/4/1964, after an extended illness, at the age of 81 yrs., 1 month and 10 days.
She came to Adams Co. with her parents when a small child, and attended rural school and grew to womanhood near Strand.
On 3/14/1905 she was united in marriage with John Hendrickson, and has spent her life on farms near Strand and Grant, with two years spent in Grant. They observed their 58th anniversary in March.
To this Union three children were born, Mrs Donald Shafer, Margaret of Grant, Lester, Corning, and Howard who died in infancy. Also surviving are her husband, her son-in-law, Donald, and Daughter-in-law, Mary, seven grandchildren, Bradley, Darrel, Galen, and Kent Shafer, Phyllis, Marilyn and Dennis Hendrickson, and two great grandchildren, Jan and Terry Shafer, two sisters Mrs. Sanna Anderson, Nodaway, Mrs. Clara Day and one brother Bert, both of Boise, Idaho. She was preceded in death by her parents and three brothers.
She was a member of the Strand Lutheran Church, and was active in church and community affairs as long as her health permitted, both at Strand and at Grant, and will be greatly missed by her family and friends many who called her grandma.
Funeral services were held Sunday, June 7, at three p. m. from the Strand Lutheran Church, Rev. David E. Henry, clergyman. Music was by Mrs. Jack Taylor and Mrs. Gerald Taylor with Mrs. Earl Spiker, pianist, flower bearers were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stuvick and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Easterlie, pallbearers were Bradley, Galen, Darrell, and Kent Shafer, and Duane and Robert Rhamy, interment in Strand cemetery.
Funeral Card; Service for, Mrs. John Hendrickson, born April 24, 1883 near Letcher, South Dakota, entered into rest June 4, 1964 at her home near Grant, Iowa, Age 81 yrs., 1 month,10 days, Services Sunday, June 7, 1964 at 3 p. m. from the Strand Lutheran Church, Clergyman Rev. David Henry, Interment Strand Cem. She moved to Iowa with her parents in October 1890. Parents: John A. THOMPSON and Elsie OLSON.
Spouse: John "Johnny" HENDRICKSON. Lena Sophia THOMPSON and John "Johnny" HENDRICKSON were married on 14 March 1906.3 Children were: Margaret Elsie HENDRICKSON, Lester Joey HENDRICKSON, Howard HENDRICKSON.
Leona Gladys THOMPSON1,2 was born on 21 May 1916 in Storla, Aurora Co., SD. Parents: Charles Thomas THOMPSON and Ida Louise ANDERSON.
Spouse: LeRoy Arlo LARSON. Leona Gladys THOMPSON and LeRoy Arlo LARSON were married on 22 November 1934.3 Children were: Betty Jean LARSON, Eugene LeRoy LARSON, Larry Dean LARSON, Linda Louise LARSON, Steven Alan LARSON.
Leslie Talbot THOMPSON1,2 was born on 10 October 1959.3 Parents: Gary Jon THOMPSON and Marion DIXON.
Lewis Tobias THOMPSON1,2 was born on 7 April 1890 in Belford Twp, Aurora Co., SD. He died on 27 November 1963 at the age of 73. Parents: Oskar(Asbjørn Torkellson Hammersmark) THOMPSON and Elsie Christine JONASDTR.
Spouse: Alma Christena OLSON. Alma Christena OLSON and Lewis Tobias THOMPSON were married on 28 June 1918.
Lindsay Rose THOMPSON1 was born on 22 December 1996 in Mitchell, Davison Co., SD. Born at 5:57 PM by C-section with a weight of 6 lb 2 oz. Healthy start.... Parents: Larry Dean THOMPSON and Vicki Renee KROUPA.
Lisa THOMPSON1,2 was born on 26 January 1895 in Belford Twp, Aurora Co., SD. She died on 18 June 1993 at the age of 98 in Storla Sunset Home, Storla, SD. Parents: Oskar(Asbjørn Torkellson Hammersmark) THOMPSON and Elsie Christine JONASDTR.
Lisa Jaye THOMPSON2 was born on 21 January 1963.3 Parents: Eldon Emil THOMPSON and Donna Elizabeth REIGEL.
Lissie Ann Lewis Alford THOMPSON was born (date unknown). Lissie Ann Lewis is believed to be a descendent of the tribe of Pochahantus.
Lizzie Maria THOMPSON1,2,77 was born on 16 April 1887 in Belford Twp, Aurora Co., SD.3 She died on 23 January 1978 at the age of 90 in Bottineau, ND. Died in St Andrews hospital in Bottineau, ND, from the results of stomach cancer. She was buried on 26 January 1978 in Oak Creek Cem, Bottineau, ND. Lizzie had Social Security Number 501-82-3468. Lizzie Thompson was born on a farm in Belford Township near Storla, SD. She moved with her family from the farm to Iowa and went to school in Strand (near Red Oak and Valisca, IA). She moved from Iowa to Landa, ND, in about 1899 with her parents and lived in town. She met and married Tennie Cleven and became a farmer's wife. After Tennie died, Andrew and Lizzie met, married and continued to live on the farm until he retired in 1946. They moved to Mitchell, SD for nine months (school year for youngest son, Delano) and then moved to Bottineau, ND where they lived in their own home with beautiful evergreen trees and flowers. Andrew and Lizzie moved to the old people's home for just over one year prior to their deaths. Lizzie had cancer of the stomach which had been determined less than a year before her death.
!Infor. in file is from the records of Luella Thompson Feland. Other family records, in file, have been compared. Also the middle name is shown as Marie in places.
(See Tonnes Andreas Surdahl for additional details). Parents: Andrew Thomas THOMPSON and Taletta Tobine "Lettie" JONASDTR.
Spouse: Tønnes Torkelsen "Tennie" CLEVEN. Lizzie Maria THOMPSON and Tønnes Torkelsen "Tennie" CLEVEN were married on 26 January 1906 in Landa, ND. Children were: Theodore Arthur CLEVEN, Thelma Mildred CLEVEN, Josephine Margaret CLEVEN, Verna Mae CLEVEN, Lester Harold CLEVEN, George Howard CLEVEN.
Spouse: Tønnes Andreas SURDAHL. Lizzie Maria THOMPSON and Tønnes Andreas SURDAHL were married on 23 February 1923.3 Children were: Olive Marie SURDAHL, Robert LeRoy SURDAHL, Edythe Musette SURDAHL, Delano Franklyn SURDAHL.
Lois Lettie THOMPSON1,2 was born on 2 January 1926 in Storla, Aurora Co., SD. She died on 10 March 2008 at the age of 82 in Marysville, WA. She was buried on 14 March 2008 in Cypress Lawn Memorial Park, Everett, WA. Lois Walde born January 2, 1926 in Letcher, South Dakota and passed away March 10, 2008 in Marysville, WA. She attended school in Letcher, South Dakota. In August of 1944 she moved to Washington and worked as a waitress. She married Frank Walde on March 5, 1951 who preceded her in death in May 1998. They had two sons, Michael, of Granite Falls, WA, and Curtis, who died in 1980.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Charles and Ida Thompson; brothers, Ernest and Chester; sisters, Esther, Leona and Doris.
She is survived by her son, Michael Walde; and grandchild, Heather.
A viewing will be held from 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, March 13, at Purdy & Walters with Cassidy with a graveside service at 10 a.m., on Friday, March 14, at Cypress Lawn Memorial Park, Everett, WA.
Louis Christopher THOMPSON2 was born on 11 December 1889 in Plankinton, Aurora Co., SD.3 He died on 10 June 1953 at the age of 63.3 Parents: Thomas A. THOMPSON Jr. and Augusta Lena LARSON.
Luella Elsie THOMPSON2 was born on 14 February 1924 in Lark, Grant Co., ND.3 Infor. in file from records of Luella Thompson Feland. This record . She is a housewife, and the one who researched much of the Thompson infor. we have in the Thompson files. Her faith is Lutheran.
Parents: Theodore Carl THOMPSON and Minnie Belle CULVER.
Lyle Elvan THOMPSON2,5 was born on 19 September 1953 in Heppner, Oregon.3 Parents: Blayne Elvan THOMPSON and Betty Mae MURRAY.
Marcella Elizabeth THOMPSON1 died on 23 September 1988 in Dunedin, N Z. She was born in , N Z.
Mark Alan THOMPSON1,2 was born on 21 November 1958. Parents: Alvin Oscar THOMPSON and Kathryn Ann KNUDSON.
Marlon Lee THOMPSON1,2 was born on 2 September 1961. Parents: Alvin Oscar THOMPSON and Kathryn Ann KNUDSON.
Marsha Gaye THOMPSON was born on 27 January 1955 in Anchorage, AK. Parents: Max Gerald THOMPSON and Nancy Lee "Nannie" MITCHELL.
Marshall "Arlie" THOMPSON2 was born on 19 August 1900 in Strand, Adams Co, IA.3 He died on 3 March 1980 at the age of 79 in Lakeview, Harney Co., OR.3 He was buried on 5 March 1980 in Westside Cem., Lakeview, Oregon.3 Infor. in file is from the records of Luella Thompson Feland. He was a sawmill worker. In file we have a certified statement from Dr. C. O. Wainscott that on 2/23/1921 he examined Marshall Arlie Thompson, and he was free of any contagious venereal disease. An affidavit for marriage license for Marshall Arlie Thompson and Pearl Ethel Christian is in file. In it Hershel Bault of Hermiston says he knows them, Pearl is 18 3/12, Marshall over 21. Signed by Hershel. Certified by co. Clerk, 2/23/1922. A M/C in file shows; This is to certify that the undersigned an ordained minister by authority of a license, bearing date the 23rd day of Feb. A.D. 1922 at Pendleton, Oregon in the county and state aforesaid, join in lawful wedlock Marshall Arlie Thompson of the county of Umatilla and state of Oregon, and Pearl Ethel Christian of the county of Umatilla and state of Oregon, with their mutual assent. Witness my hand Harry A. Wann. In presence of Hershel Bault, Minnie Thompson Witnesses.
A newspaper article; 50 Year Resident Dies, Marshall Arlie Thompson, a 50 year resident of the Lakeview area, died March 3 ATTHE AGE OF 79.
Born August 19, 1900 at Strand, Iowa, his parents were Carl T. and Marietta Thompson. He was married February 23, 1922 at Hermiston, to the former Pearl Christian, who died January 5, 1980.
Mr. Thompson arrived in a covered wagon in Baker, Oregon in 1913, coming from North Dakota. He came to Lakeview in 1930 from Haines, Oregon, living in Drews valley until 1941. Since that year he had lived on the west side, working in Lakeview mills until his retirement.
He was a charter member of the Lakeview Church of the Open Bible.
Survivors include sons Lavern Thompson of Sacramento and Blayne Th ompson of
Lakeview; brother Ora of Milton-Freewater, Oregon; sisters Carrie Hoo ker and
Alice Wolford of Pendleton.
The Reverend Howard Bowersox officiated at services Wed., Marc h 5 at the
Church of the Open Bible. Interment was to follow at the West Side Ce metary.
Parents: Carl Tobias THOMPSON and Marietta Lovina BENNETT.
Spouse: Pearl Ethel CHRISTEN. Pearl Ethel CHRISTEN and Marshall "Arlie" THOMPSON were married on 23 February 1922 in Pendleton, Oregon.3 Children were: Lavern Ellsworth THOMPSON, Blayne Elvan THOMPSON.
Martha Caroline "Carina" THOMPSON2 was born on 16 October 1859 in Mission Twp., LaSalle Co., IL. She was christened on 20 December 1859 in Scandinavian, M. E. Church, Illinois.3 She died on 14 October 1923 at the age of 63 in Corning, Adams Co., IA.3 Carina was buried on 17 October 1923 in Strand Lutheran Church Cemetery, Adams Co, IA.3 Infor. in file is from the records of Luella Feland. Also records of Mrs. John Laube of Waverly Iowa. And records of Howard and Inez Peterson. A federal census for Mission Township, Lasalle County, Illinois of 6/30/1860, shows Martha as 9/12, and born in Illinois. A certificate of baptism is in file as follows;
This is to certify that Mr.Thomas A. Thompson born at Skjolds Parish Norway and his lawfully wedded wife Karin Thompson born at Aetne Parish Norway presented their child born the 16th October 1859 to receive the Holy Ordinance of Baptism, which was performed by me in the name of the Father Son and Holy Ghost, when the child received the name of Martha Carina. In the presence of the child's parents, and others on the 20th of Dec. 1859. In testimony whereof, I have set my hand and seal, this 22nd day of December 1859. N. Olofson.
Her middle name has also been shown as Carlina, and Carolina. She was Lutheran. Martha came from Illinois between 3/1869 and 7/1870.
Martha Thompsons family was compiled by Deloris Laube from records and recollections of Myrtle Larson, niece of Martha and Elmer Peterson, nephew of Martha's husband, Hans Peterson. Elmer and Myrtle were parents of Deloris.
Parents: Thomas A. Thompson Torbjørn Trondson AAREG and Caroline (Kare Jonsdatter Maeland) JOHNSON.
Spouse: Hans Torus/Tores PETERSON. Martha Caroline "Carina" THOMPSON and Hans Torus/Tores PETERSON were married on 31 March 1881.3 Children were: Joseph Theodore PETERSON, Cora Tomena PETERSON, Edwin Crist (Edvin) PETERSON, Sarah Amanda PETERSON, Lydia Carlina PETERSON, Henry Martin PETERSON, Rose Ann "Rosey" PETERSON, Herman Nathaniel PETERSON, Josie Bertha PETERSON, Pearl Bessie PETERSON.
Matilda Christina THOMPSON2 was born on 11 June 1888 in Plankinton, Aurora Co., SD.3 She died on 2 January 1935 at the age of 46 in Webb City, Missouri.3 Died from cancer. Parents: Thomas A. THOMPSON Jr. and Augusta Lena LARSON.
Matthew THOMPSON1,2 was born on 20 May 1985. Parents: Mark Alan THOMPSON and Denise Ann ATHANS.
Max Gerald THOMPSON2 was born on 17 December 1918 in Valley City, Barnes Co., ND.3 He died in March 1972 at the age of 53.3 He was buried in Fort Richardson National Cemetery, Anchorage, AK. Parents: Anton Severine THOMPSON and Nellie MCCONOUGHEY.
Spouse: Nancy Lee "Nannie" MITCHELL. Nancy Lee "Nannie" MITCHELL and Max Gerald THOMPSON were married on 23 February 1941 in South Mills, NC. Children were: Maxine Nancy THOMPSON, Sandra Lee THOMPSON, Sharon Gene THOMPSON, Gerald Dennis THOMPSON, Marsha Gaye THOMPSON.
Maxine Nancy THOMPSON was born on 12 March 1942 in Norfolk, VA. Parents: Max Gerald THOMPSON and Nancy Lee "Nannie" MITCHELL.
Spouse: Wilburn Perry EVANS. Maxine Nancy THOMPSON and Wilburn Perry EVANS were married on 17 June 1961 in Amarillo, TX. Children were: Wilburn Perry EVANS Jr., Teresa Lynn EVANS, Tracy Gerald EVANS, Priscilla Samantha EVANS.