Familie: Johannes Iversen Skurdal / Johanne Olsdtr Skurdahl, f. Moe (F91)

g. 6 Jun 1887


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  • Johannes Iversen SkurdalMann | Mann
    Johannes Iversen Skurdal

    Født  27 Jul 1859  Renshus-eie, Sør-Fron, Oppland, Norway Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Døpt  23 Okt 1859  Sør-Fron, Oppland, Norway Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Død  25 Mai 1918  Grand Forks, Grand Forks Co., North Dakota, USA Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Gravlagt  1918  Greenwood Cemetery, Warren, Minnesota, USA Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Gift  6 Jun 1887   
    Far  Iver Erlandsen Skurdal | F22 Gruppeskjema 
    Mor  Ingeborg Kristoffersdtr Budsberg | F22 Gruppeskjema 

    Johanne Olsdtr Skurdahl, f. MoeHustru | Kvinne
    Johanne Olsdtr Skurdahl, f. Moe

    Født  23 Apr 1868  Mo, Øyer, Oppland, Norway Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Døpt  10 Mai 1868  Øyer sokn, Øyer Oppland, Norway Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Død  20 Okt 1911   
    Gravlagt     
    Far  Ole Gundersen Moe | F440 Gruppeskjema 
    Mor  Mari Johnsdtr Moe | F440 Gruppeskjema 

    Barn 1 | Kvinne
    + Julia M. Mayo, b. Iverson

    Født  27 Sep 1887  Traill County, North Dakota, USA Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Død  8 Okt 1956  Jackson County, Jackson, Minnesota, USA Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Gravlagt     
    Ektefelle/partner  Stephen Benjamin Mayo | F292 
    Gift  16 Des 1914  Boxwille Township, Marshall County, Minnesota, USA Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet

    Barn 2 | Kvinne
    + Inga Christine Peterson, f. Skurdahl

    Født  18 Mar 1889  Traill County, North Dakota, USA Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Død  30 Apr 1978  Hennepin County, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Gravlagt     
    Ektefelle/partner  John Didrickson Peterson | F293 
    Gift     

    Barn 3 | Mann
    Oscar Ingvald Skurdahl

    Født  27 Mar 1891   
    Død  27 Okt 1908  Boxville, Marshall County, Minnesota, USA Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Gravlagt     

    Barn 4 | Kvinne
    Mabel Skurdahl

    Født  6 Apr 1893   
    Død  11 Mar 1973   
    Gravlagt    Greenwood Cemetery, Warren, Marshall County, Minnesota, USA Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet

    Barn 5 | Mann
    Edwin Skurdahl

    Født  29 Mai 1894   
    Død  1 Mai 1952   
    Gravlagt     

    Barn 6 | Mann
    + Carl Joseph Skurdahl

    Født  27 Okt 1896  Hillsboro, North Dakota, USA Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Død  1971   
    Gravlagt  1971  Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Cypress), Cypress, Orange County, California, USA Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Ektefelle/partner  Sigrid Swanson Skurdahl | F294 
    Gift     

    Barn 7 | Mann
    Melvin Skurdal

    Født  14 Nov 1898   
    Død  14 Mai 1975   
    Gravlagt     

    Barn 8 | Mann
    John Oliver Skurdahl

    Født  24 Sep 1899  Minnesota, USA Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Død  12 Jul 1917  Mankato, Blue Earth, Minnesota, USA Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Gravlagt     

    Barn 9 | Mann
    + Norman Arthur Skurdahl

    Født  30 Aug 1902   
    Død  29 Mar 1957  Hennepin County, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Gravlagt     
    Ektefelle/partner  Helen Skurdahl, f, Kays | F297 
    Gift     

    Barn 10 | Kvinne
    Josephine Skurdahl

    Født  1905   
    Død     
    Gravlagt     

    Barn 11 | Kvinne
    Myrtle Krippner, f. Skurdahl

    Født  23 Des 1906  Warren, Marshall County, Minnesota, USA Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Død  24 Des 1974  Hennepin County, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Gravlagt     
    Ektefelle/partner  Alonzo John Krippner | F295 
    Gift     

    Barn 12 | Mann
    Obert I. Skurdahl

    Født  8 Mai 1909   
    Død  28 Jul 1927  Boxville, Marshall County, Minnesota, USA Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet
    Gravlagt     

  • Bilder
    CARD OF THANKS, John Oliver Skurdal
    CARD OF THANKS, John Oliver Skurdal
    We extend our sincerest thanks to our friends, neighbors and students of the Boxville school, for their sympathy, help and beautiful floral offerings at the funeral of our beloved son and brother.

    John Iverson Skurdahl and family.

    Warren sheaf. (Warren, Marshall County, Minn.), 18 July 1917.
    Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress.

    Historier
    Johanna Moe dead in explosion 1911
Warren Sheaf October 26, 1911 (pdf)
    Johanna Moe dead in explosion 1911 Warren Sheaf October 26, 1911 (pdf)
    MRS. JOHN IVERSON SKURDAHL
    DIES FROM BURNS AND HOME
    IS DESTROYED

    A very sad accident happened on the farm of John Iverson Skurdahl, a few miles west of town, early on Friday morning of last week. As a result of this accident a happy home in our midst has been plunged into the deepest grief by the death of the loving wife and mother. Even the house itself in which the family lived was consumed by hungry flames of fire.

    The accident happened in this manner:
    Mrs. Skurdahl had arisen early that morning and started to build a fire in the kitchen stove, using kerosene which she poured on the wood from a 5-gallon can that had recently been filled. Evidently there must have been some live coals or fire in the stove at the time when she did this, as an explosion followed immediately scattering the oil all over the unfortunate woman who in an instant was enveloped in a flame of fire.

    She ran out of the house crying at the top of her voice and the other members of the family and Mr. Nels Messelt, who has been helping them with the farm work this fall, hurried from their beds as quickly as possible, but when they arrived on the scene every stitch of clothing had been burned off from the poor woman's body. She remained conscious in spite of her suffering from the severe burns, and after covering herself with a quilt brought from the burning house, she walked unassisted to a neighbor's house about a quarter of a mile away, while the others busied themselves in getting out the smaller children from the rapidly burning building.

    The piano and a few pieces of furniture from the front room were all that could be saved from the welli furnished house.

    Mrs. Skurdahl was brought to the i Warren hospital as quickly as possible and given the very best treatment and care that her case demanded, yet her burns were so severe and extended all over her body except underneath her feet, that there was little hope for her recovery. At 3:30 o'clock in the afternoon of the ill-fated day she breathed her last.

    Deceased, whose maiden name was Johanna Moe, was born April 23, 1868, in Norway

    She was married to husband, who survives her, about 25 years ago. They came to this count y about 13 years ago having previously lived at Portland, N. D. Husband and eleven children mourn the loss of a kind and affectionate wife and mother, the names of the children being: Julia Inga, Maybelle, Edwin, Carl, Melvin, John, Norman, Josephine, Myrtle and Obert. One son, Oscar, preceded her to the better land about two years ago.

    The funeral was held from the United Norwegian Lutheran church on Monday afternoon at two o'clock and was largely attended by citizens and friends who sympathized with the greatly bereaved family. A touching and impressive funeral sermon was preached by Rev. N. G. W. Knudtsen. Deceased had in life been an active member of said church and had taken great interest in the Ladies' Aid society and in all good and noble work.

    But her loss will be most severely felt in the home where she was the ministering angel and where she was honored and loved as a mother should be. Beautiful floral tributes also attested the love borne for her by neighbors and friends. The pall bearers were: Nels Messelt, Dudley Cheney, John Cheney, J. S. Hilleboe, C. R. Engelstad and Peter Kurz.

    A sister of deceased, Mrs. Langager, and her husband, of Hope, N. D., were present at the funeral.

    With tear filled eyes a long funeral procession escorted the remains to Greenwood cemetery there to rest until the morn of the resurrection.

    But, oh! beyond this shadowland
    Where all is bright and fair
    I know full well these dear old hands
    Will palms of victory bear;
    Where crystal streams thru endless years
    Flow over golden sands
    And where the old grow young again
    I'll clasp my mother's hands
    Picnic at the Skurdahls 1903 (pdf)
    Picnic at the Skurdahls 1903 (pdf)
    —The Norwegian school picnic at the farm of John Iverson Skurdahl,
    I in Boxville, last Sunday was enjoyed by a large number of people, the weather also being pleasant.
    An excellent program was rendered,of which Mrs. T. Bang had charge.

    Warren sheaf. (Warren, Marshall County, Minn.), 27 Aug. 1903. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress. http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn90059228/1903-08-27/ed-1/seq-5/
    CARD OF THANKS, 1908 (pdf)
    CARD OF THANKS, 1908 (pdf)
    We wish to express our heartiest thanks to all our sympathizing friends and neighbors especially the efficient nurses, and doctors of the Warren hospital, who so kindly assisted us during the illness, death, and funeral of our beloved son and brother, Oscar Ingvald.
    Mr. and Mrs. John Iverson Skurdahl and family.

    Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Langager. of Hope. N. D.. were visitors at the John Iverson Skurdahl home the past week. The latter is a sister of Mrs. Skurdahl. and came over here to be with her sister in her hour of sadness.

    Warren sheaf. (Warren, Marshall County, Minn.), 05 Nov. 1908. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress. http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn90059228/1908-11-05/ed-1/seq-3/
    Correspondence
BOXVILLE, 1909
(pdf)
    Correspondence BOXVILLE, 1909 (pdf)
    John I. Skurdahl returner! home from the Warren hospital last. Thursday.
    Mr. Skurdahl, though not entirely well, is looking quite improved.

    Warren sheaf. (Warren, Marshall County, Minn.), 11 March 1909. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress. http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn90059228/1909-03-11/ed-1/seq-8/
    Died at the Warren Hospital, 1908 (pdf)
    Died at the Warren Hospital, 1908 (pdf)
    Tuesday, Oct 27. at nine o'clock at the Warren hospital occurred the death of Oscar Ingvald. age 17 years and 7 mouths, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. John Iverson Skurdahl. of the town of Boxville. after an illness of three weeks.

    The cause of death was typhoid fever, which he contracted while emploved on the Woodward farm.
    The funeral services conducted by Rev. Nolstad. were held over the remains. Thursday. Oct. 29. at his home at 1 o'clock D. m.. after which they were taken to the United Lutheran church of this citv where, at 2:30 D. m. the last sad rites were preached.

    His remains were laid to rest in Greenwood cemetery of this city.
    George Cheney. Cornelius Engelstad. Gilbert Engelstad, Ben Habidaug, Joe Piker and Rob Moer were the pall bearers.

    The deceased leaves his father and mother, also five sisters and five brothers to mourn his loss.

    Warren sheaf. (Warren, Marshall County, Minn.), 05 Nov. 1908. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress. http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn90059228/1908-11-05/ed-1/seq-6/