Obit: Olander, Carl Martin Rev. (1879 - 1948)
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Surnames: OLANDER PETERSON FRIEDBORG FREBERG ABRAHAMSON OLSON

----Sources: Marathon County Register (Unity, Clark Co., Wis.) 06/18/1948

Olander, Carl Martin Rev. (11 Feb 1879 - 1 Jun 1948)

Of interest to friends in this community is the death of Rev. C. M. Olander, former pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church. He died in Minneapolis on Tuesday, June 1st.

----Source: Muscatine Journal and News Tribune, Muscatine, Iowa, Thursday, June 03, 1948, Page 7

 

New Era Church Founder Dies

The Rev. August Aden, pastor of the Ziegler Memorial Lutheran church at New Era, received word Wednesday of the sudden death of the Rev. Martin Olander, of Minneapolis, Minnesota, organizer of the New Era church. Funeral services will be held in. Minneapolis at 2.p. m. Friday.

Ziegler Memorial Lutheran church was established in 1907 through the efforts of the Rev. Mr. Orlander who served as pastor of the new church for 10 years. The Rev. Mr. Olander, who spent his entire life in the interest of home missions work, came to Muscatine upon his ordination and his son, Carl, now a pastor in Brockton, Mass., was born in Muscatine county. The Rev. Mr. Olander Is also survived by a daughter, Helen, who is married and resides in Wisconsin. His wife died in 1946.

 

Minnesota Marriage Records

 

Rev. Carl M. Olander
Marriage date: 23 Sep 1907
Location: Hennepin, Minnesota, United States
age: 28 (1879)
spouse: Rose A. (Amanda) Friedborg
spouse's age: 20 (1887)

 

1880 Federal Census, Calumet, Houghton, Michigan, United States, pg. 561

 

Martin Olander, white, single, American born male

Household Members
self Charles O. Olander M 30 Sweden
wife Matilda C. Olander F 32 Sweden
son Edwin Olander M 3 Wisconsin, United States
son Martin Olander M 1 (1879 Wisconsin, United States)
other Helmer Olson F 10 Sweden
brother-in-law Charles Abrahamson M 21 Sweden

 

1900 Federal Census, ED 327 Chippewa, Leach Lake & White Oak Indian Reservations (pts.), Cass, Minnesota, United States, Sec. 16, Twp. 145, Range 31, West by Hugh F. Young, page: 2, sheet letter: A, family # 38

Martin Olander, white, single, male
Occupation: sawmill labor
father's birthplace: Sweden
mother's birthplace: Sweden

Household Members
head Adolph Peterson M 29 Sweden
wife Carrie L Peterson F 34 Minnesota
boarder Martin Olander M 21 (Nov 1879 Minnesota)
boarder Sudwick Peterson M 27 Sweden

 

1905 Minnesota State Census, Minneapolis, Ward Number: 08, Hennepin, Minnesota

 

Martin Olander
gender: Male
age: 26
race: White
birthplace: Wisconsin
estimated birth year: 1879
father's birthplace: Sweden
mother's birthplace: Sweden

 

1910 Federal Census, Lindsborg Ward 1, McPherson, Kansas, family number: 73, page # 4

 

C M Olander, white, married, male
father's birthplace: Sweden
mother's birthplace: Sweden

Household Members
self C M Olander M 31y Wisconsin
wife Rose A Olander F 23y Iowa
son Otto K Olander M 1y 2m Iowa
Breta O. Freberg F 24y (1886 Iowa)

 

1920 Federal Census, 3rd Precinct, Galesburg City, Knox, Illinois

 

Carl M Olander, white, married, male

Household Members
self Carl M Olander M 40y (1879 Wisconsin)
wife Rose A Olander F 33y (1887 Iowa)
son Carl O. Olander M 10y (1910 Iowa)
daughter Helen B Olander F 8y (1912 New York)

 

1930 Federal Census, Chicago (Districts 0501-0750), Cook, Illinois, enumeration district number: 0578, family number: 339, sheet number and letter: 31A, line # 28

 

Carl M Olander, white, married, male
father's birthplace: Sweden
mother's birthplace: Sweden

Household Members
head Carl M Olander M 51 Wisconsin
wife Rose A Olander F 43 (1887 Iowa)
son Karl O Olander M 21 Iowa

 

1945 Florida State Census, Fort Lauderdale, Broward, Florida

C.Martin Olander, white, male
gender: Male
precinct number: 009
age: 66y
estimated birth year: 1879
birthplace: Wisconsin

 

Household Members
Carl M Olander, 66 yrs.

Rosa A. 58 yrs., Iowa

 

Florida Death Index

 

Rose Amanda Olander
Death date: 1946
location: Broward, Florida, United States
gender: Female
race: White
certificate number: 17328
volume number: 1214

 

The Knox County Honor Roll 1917-1918-1919 Service Record was published by The Wagoner Printing Company, Galesburg, Illinois, in 1920. It can be found in the Galesburg Public Library - Genealogy Shelves with the library call letters F547-K6K77. It provides information about people from Knox County who assisted in the World War I effort through the military and on the home front.

 

Surname Given Name Residence Birth Date Birth Location Parents Spouse Page
Olander Carl M. Galesburg Feb 11 1879 Marinette, WI Carl Otto & Mathilda Olander Rose A. Freberg Olander 175

 

 


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