Introduction

The time has come for me to put together a 'booklet' about the Hoganson family. I've tried to collect information on the descendants of Sæming and Lina, as well as a little on their ancestors in Norway. I keep looking for more information so I would be happy to receive any additional information such as obituaries, pictures, or birth, death and marriage dates and places, etc.

Included in this booklet are: pedigree charts, a family group sheet, and descendants charts printouts from my computer software program; photo copies of: maps, Lina and Sæming's baptismal records from a microfilm of the Norwegian church record, their passport record, some pages from the bygdeboka (history of Norwegian farms) and photographs.

You will notice on one of the bygdebok sheets (p. 89, II) Sæming's birth is listed. On another sheet (697) is Lina and her siblings. One of her brothers is Martin, and he and his family are found on another page (187). When we lived in Oslo, Norway January-May 1986, we met Sverre, his wife Kjellfrid, and his sister Kristine. They are the youngest children of Martin, lived in Øvre Rendal in a guest house which they no longer ran; the weekend we visited them, we had room #5, and Jené had #1.

On another sheet (188) is mentioned and pictured Lidvin and wife. Their daughter Aase and her husband were up there that weekend, too. We also visited them in their home in Oslo - he worked for Customs and his English was very good. It was such fun to meet these distant relatives. Kjellfrid was also interested in genealogy, and showed us the farmsteads that the various people lived on.

We also stopped at Lomnessjøen on our way and met Kaare Vardenær, a grandson of Oline, Lina's oldest sister. And we had met and visited Ottar Wardenær who lived in Oslo.

Sverre, Kjellfrid, Kristine and Ottar have all since died. I don't know about Kaare or his wife.

I keep in touch with Hilleborg Ødegaard, who is descended from Martin Hornseth's daughter, Marie. She and her sister took me out for lunch one day when we were in Oslo.

On the page which has the translation of the baptismal records, I have misplaced the Norwegian photocopy of item #3, the record of Sæming and Lina's leaving the church. Since I have the reel number from the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, I will be able to get it.

As of yet I have not written a prose account per se - you will have to read through the pages, and get what you can.

I would appreciate any additions, any corrections, any help from any of you.

Submitted by:
Verla Williams
4333 Pine Ridge Trail NE
Iowa City, IA 52240

Map of Norway with Counties and Towns


Norway map. Image courtesy of Verla Williams.

Rendal, Hedmark, Norway

The Hoganson (Haagensen) family is from the kommune of Rendal, in the county of Hedmark in Norway.
 
Hedmark, Norway. Image courtesy of no.wikipedia.org.


Rendal kommune in Hedmark. Image courtesy of no.wikipedia.org.

Øvre Rendal, Østerdalen


Øvre Rendal, Østerdalen. Image courtesy of Verla Williams.


Øvre Rendal, Østerdalen. Image courtesy of Verla Williams.


Øvre Rendal church. Image courtesy of Verla Williams.

Three Generations


Verla (Blakey) Williams, Jené (Williams) Daub, and BrandiAnne Daub modeling a bunad from Nord-Osterdal, Hedmark, NOR. The hat is specifically from Rendal, the area from which the Hoganson family comes. Image courtesy of BrandiAnne Daub.

Hårset Near Øvre Rendal


Hårset, near Øvre Rendal. Image courtesy of Google Maps.

HAARSET

i øvre Bygdes vestre Grænd ("Vestagræinna"). Deltes 1664 i søndre og nordre Haarset.

Haarset nævnes første Gang i Stiftsbogen for 1574 som skyldig 1 Hud til Ytre Rendalens Annex kirke og i 1578 som Erkebispegods (1 Hud). Gaarden brukes i 1613 av en Nils Olsen Haarset; Gaarden er da 1 Hud Krongods (det tidligere Kirkegods); dens gamle Odel (1 Hud) er allerede i 1550-Aarene gaaet over til Berge ("søndre"), hvor denne Hud av Haarset i 1570 sies at eies som Odel av den avdøde Arne Tollevsen, hvis søn Tollev Arnesen kom til Messelt, hvorfra han i 1593 pantsætter 1 Hud  i Hornset og 1 Hud i Berge (kaldes 2 Huder i "søndre Berge") til en Jon Olsen i Oslo for sin Far Arnes gamle Gjæld til denne for 5 1/2 Alen engelsk Klæde til en Kjole.

Nils Olsen Haarset, hvis Søster Liv Olsdatter var blit gift først til Hanestad med Erik Hanestads Bror Ola Eriksen Hanestad og senere til Berge med Lars Svendsen Berge, Lensmand Svend Berges Bror, sees at ha en Søn Ola Nilsen, som maa være født ømkring 1590, da han i 1613 tilbygdes 3 Skind i Otlaasen, tilhørende Arvinger fra Hangard.

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In the upper village western Grænd ("Vestagræinna"). Was divided in 1664 into southern and northern Haarset.

Haarset is mentioned for the first time in the Diocese book for 1574 as owed 1 Skin for Outer Rendalen's Annex church and in 1578 as Archbishop goods (1 skin). Farms used in 1613 by one Nils Olsen Haarset; Farm is then 1 Skin Crown goods (the former church property); its ancient Odel (1 Skin) is already in 1550-the years gone over to Berge ("southern"), where this Skin of Haarset in 1570 said that is owned by Odel by the late Arne Tollevsen whose son Tollev Arnesen came to Messelt from which he in 1593 mortgaged 1 Skin in Hornset and 1 Skin Berge (called 2 Hides in the "southern Berge") to Jon Olsen in Oslo for his Father Arne's old debt to this for 5 1/2 cubits English cloth into a dress.

Nils Olsen Haarset whose sister Liv Olsdatter had got married first to Hanestad with Erik Hanestad's brother, Ola Eriksen Hanestad and later to Berge with Lars Svendsen Berge, bailiff Svein Berge's brother, is seen to have a son, Ola Nilsen, who must be born about 1590, when he in 1613 tilbygdes 3 Skins in Otlaasen, belonging to the heirs of Hangard.



Bygdebok Pages

This bygdebok page shows Seming HAAGENSEN (b. 1856) as the son of Haagen Jensen (1832-1890). Haagen is listed as the son of Jens HAAGENSEN Ustu Berkset (b. 1798), who in 1835, married Maren Semingsdtr Rugsveen (b. 1807).


Jacob B. Bull, Øvre Rendalen: Gårdenes og Slektenes Historie (Oslo: Gyldendal Norsk Forlag, 1940), p. 89. Image courtesy of Verla Williams.

The following page is not from the same source. It lists the family of Seming's wife, Lina Larsdtr Hornset. Her father was Lars Andersen Nordre Lomnesberget (b. 1816) and mother Maren Jensdatter (b. 1825).


Source currently unknown, p. 697. Image courtesy of Verla Williams.

This page lists the family of Lina's younger brother, Martin Hornseth (b. 1863). When Verla and Vince Williams visited Norway in 1986 they visited Martin's youngest children, Kristine, and Sverre and his wife, Kjellfrid.


Jacob B. Bull, Øvre Rendalen: Gårdenes og Slektenes Historie (Oslo: Gyldendal Norsk Forlag, 1940), p. 187. Image courtesy of Verla Williams.

The final page contains the listing and pictures of Martin Hornset's oldest son, Lidvin, who took over the farm as well as his wife, Klara. Verla and Vince Williams also had the opportunity to meet their daughter, Aase and her husband, on that same trip.


Jacob B. Bull, Øvre Rendalen: Gårdenes og Slektenes Historie (Oslo: Gyldendal Norsk Forlag, 1940), p. 188. Image courtesy of Verla Williams.

Pedigree Charts for Seming HOGANSON (1856-1936) and Lina LARSDTR (1857-1931)


Pedigree chart for Seming HOGANSON Haarseth (1856-1936). Courtesy of Williams Family Pages.

Pedigree chart for Lina LARSDTR Hornseth (1857-1931). Courtesy of Williams Family Pages.

Erik Iversen Vangen (b. 1640)

The Øvre Rendal farm history (Bull 1940) for Søndre Haarset documents Seming HOGANSON's paternal ancestors back six generations to an Erik Iversen Vangen born in 1640. Erik married Else HAAGENSDTR Haarset in 1669 and became the owner of the farm on the death of her father, Haagen Olsen Berge.

Their son, Haagen Eriksen Haarset, is the ancestor of my great grandmother Mina HOGANSON through three lines of descent as can be seen from the chart below.


Descendants chart for Haagen Eriksen Haarset (1670-1740). Image courtesy of Mark D. Williams.

Haagen Eriksen Haarset (1670-1740)

According to Bull (1940: 81-82), Haagen Eriksen Haarset was born in 1670, and in 1701 married Malen Simonsdtr Negard Nordset (1676-1755), daughter of the Chaplain Simon Pofelsen Negard Nordset (d. 1697).

They had six children: Erik (1701-1773), Else (1709-1769), Simon (1711-1799), Maren (1711-1774), Ola (1718-1765), and Jens (1719-1795). The paternal HOGANSON line descends through their youngest son, Jens. As seen from the chart above, there is also another line through the oldest son, Erik.

Haagen died in 1740. Unfortunately I was unable to find any parish records to corroborate this. There is  however, a record for the death in 1755 of his wife, Malen, age: 79 years.


Detail of Hedmark fylke, Rendal, Ministerialbok nr. 1 (1733-1787), Døde og begravede 1756, side 242. Image courtesy of Digitalarkivet.

Jens HAAGENSEN Haarset (1719-1796)

Jens HAAGENSEN Haarset was born in 1719. In 1758 he married Gjertrud Olsdtr Ustu Møm (Bull 1940: 82). This event is also recorded in the Rendal parish Ministerialbok, but it is difficult to make out the date. It appears to be the 5th of June and I notice that the date for the entry below theirs is 31 May.


Detail of Hedmark fylke, Rendal, Ministerialbok nr. 1 (1733-1787), Ekteviede 1759-1760, side 193. Image courtesy of Digitalarkivet.

Bull mentions that "[d]e kom til Søndre Høye," since the Haarset farm was inherited by Jens' oldest brother, Erik. Søndre Høye had been owned by Gjertud's uncle, Lensmand (Sheriff) Jacob Jacobsen who died in 1742. It also succumbed to fire on "20 Jun 1759, except for the storehouse that still stood in 1918." The fire had been ignited by a fire on the Berkset farm the same day (172).

Jens and Gjertrud had the following children: Malen (b. 1760), Maren (born and died in 1762). I am missing page 173 that lists the rest of their children. Their son, Haagen (1765-1817) became the owner of parcel B of the Utstu Berkset farm (192).

Jens was 76 when he died on 23 Jan 1796. He was buried on the 30th.


Detail of Hedmark fylke, Rendal, Ministerialbok nr. 2 (1788-1814), Døde og begravede 1795-1797, side 94-95. Image courtesy of Digitalarkivet.

The parish record for Gjertrud's death and burial is difficult to read, but it looks like she may have died on 12 Feb 1800 and was buried on 2 Mar.


Detail of Hedmark fylke, Rendal, Ministerialbok nr. 2 (1788-1814), Døde og begravede 1798-1800, side 96-97. Image courtesy of Digitalarkivet.

Haagen Jensen Berkset (1765-1817)

Haagen Jensen Utstu Berkset was born at Søndre Høye in 1765. The Rendal parish records record his baptism.


Detail of Hedmark fylke, Rendal, Ministerialbok nr. 1 (1733-1787), Fødte og døpte 1765, side 139. Image courtesy of Digitalarkivet.

The name of Haagen's future wife was Maren Semingsdtr Søndre Bolstad. She was baptized in 1766.


Detail of Hedmark fylke, Rendal, Ministerialbok nr. 1 (1733-1787), Fødte og døpte 1766, side 143. Image courtesy of Digitalarkivet.

The Rendal parish records show the date of Haagen and Maren's marriage as 28 Dec 1791.


Detail of Hedmark fylke, Rendal, Ministerialbok nr. 2 (1788-1814), Ekteviede 1791-1793, side 30-31. Image courtesy of Digitalarkivet.

They had six children that lived into adulthood: Gjertrud (1790-1855), Sæming (1792-1857), Malen (b. 1795), Jens (b. 1798), Kirsti (b. 1801), and Haagen (b. 1804) (Bull 1940: 192).

Haagen's family appears in the 1801 Census for the Bergseth farm in the Rendal parish along with a servant, Kari Carlsdtr.


1801 Census for Rendal parish. Image courtesy of Digitalarkivet.

The Rendal parish Ministerialbok records Haagen's death on 22 Aug 1817 at the age of 52 and his burial on the 30th of August.


Detail of Hedmark fylke, Rendal, Ministerialbok nr. 3 (1815-1829), Døde og begravede 1815-1829, side 192-193. Image courtesy of Digitalarkivet.

After his death his wife, Maren, lived another 38 years to the ripe old age of 89 and died on 26 May 1855. She was buried on the 1st of July.



Detail of Hedmark fylke, Rendal, Ministerialbok nr. 5 (1853-1866), Døde og begravede 1855, side 273. Image courtesy of Digitalarkivet.

Jens HAAGENSEN Berkset (b. 1798)

Jens HAAGENSEN Berkset was born on the Ustu Berkset farm in Rendal, Hedmark in 1798. The Rendal parish Ministerialbok contains the baptism record, but the exact date is difficult to tell.


Detail of Hedmark fylke, Rendal, Ministerialbok nr. 2 (1788-1814), Fødte og døpte 1798, side 230-231. Image courtesy of Digitalarkivet.

According to Bull (1940: 192), Jens had an illegitimate daughter, Maren (b. 1825), with Aase Thoresdtr Hornset. This Maren would eventually become Mina HOGANSON's maternal grandmother.

In 1835 Jens married his second cousin once removed, Maren Semingsdtr Rugsveen Haarset. Maren was baptized 18 Jan 1807.


Detail of Hedmark fylke, Rendal, Ministerialbok nr. 2 (1788-1814), Fødte og døpte 1807, side 268-269. Image courtesy of Digitalarkivet.

The Rendal parish records confirm the date of his marriage to Maren as 27 April 1835. A few years later Jens became owner of the Rugsveen farm.


Detail of Hedmark fylke, Rendal, Ministerialbok nr. 4 (1829-1852), Ekteviede 1835, side 220. Image courtesy of Digitalarkivet.

They had the following children: Brynhild (1830-1831), Haagen (1832-1890), Seming (b. 1833), Maren (1843-1935), Jens (1846-1847), and Brynhild (1850-1909) (Bull 1940: 89). Unfortunately we have no record of either of their deaths.

Haagen Jensen Haarset (1832-1890)

Haagen Jensen Haarset was born on 26 Nov 1832 and christened on 3 Feb 1833 according to the Rendal parish records.


Detail of Hedmark fylke, Rendal, Ministerialbok nr. 4 (1829-1852), Fødte og døpte 1833, side 24. Image courtesy of Digitalarkivet.

Haagen had two illegitimate sons before marrying Anne Jonsdtr Ronningen Elvvaal. The first one was with Ragnhild Olsdtr and was named Seming (b. 1856). He was my 2x great grandfather. The second was with Eli Tollevsdtr Galten and named Jens (b. 1870) (Bull 1940: 89).

According to the Rendal parish Ministerialbok Haagen died on 8 Jun 1890 and was buried on the 17th of the same month.


Detail of Hedmark fylke, Øvre Rendal i Rendal, Ministerialbok nr. 9 (1878-1901), Døde og begravede 1891, side 174. Image courtesy of Digitalarkivet.

Seming HOGANSON Family Group Sheet


Seming Hoganson family group sheet. Image courtesy of Williams Family Pages.

Birth Record: Seming HAAGENSEN Haarset

The parish Ministerialbok for Rendal in Hedmark contains the record of the birth and baptism of Seming HAAGENSEN Haarset. As can be seen in the image below, he was born 12 Nov 1856 and baptized 18 Jan 1857.


Detail of Hedmark fylke, Rendal, Ministerialbok nr. 5 (1853-1866), Fødte og døpte 1857, side 40. Image courtesy of Digitalarkivet.

The record also indicates that Seming was born illegitmately to the bachelor Haagen Jenssen Haarset and the girl Ragnild Olsdtr söndre (southern) Haarset.

Sponsors included: Haagen Semingsen Bergset, Haagen Eriksen Haarset, Andreas Arnesen Bergset, Maren Simensdtr Bergset, Berthe Eriksdtr Haarset, and Maren Haagensdtr Bergset.

On the far right are some additional remarks that read, "Information given by mother's father, Ole Semingsen Myrberget; his first transgression, her second by a different man."

Additional source: Reel #307252, Ytre and Øvre Rendal, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT.

Birth Record: Lina LARSDTR Hornset

The parish Ministerialbok for Rendal in Hedmark also has the birth record for Seming's future wife, Lina Larsdtr Hornset. She was born 8 Nov 1857 and was baptized 21 Mar 1858.


Detail of Hedmark fylke, Rendal, Ministerialbok nr. 5 (1853-1866), Fødte og døpte 1858, side 51. Image courtesy of Digitalarkivet. An additional note indicates that Lina was "baptized at home by Kari Overnæs."

Emigration Record: Seming and Lina

The Rendal parish records give 12 Mar 1880 as the date for Seming and Lina's emigration to America and also confirm their birthdates.


Detail of Hedmark fylke, Øvre Rendal i Rendal, Ministerialbok nr. 9 (1878-1901), Utflyttede 1878-1880, side 206. Image courtesy of Digitalarkivet.

Additional sources: Reel #1282616, Øvre Rendal, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT. See also Roll 843, Oslo Passports (Oct. 11, 1872-Apr 1880), Vesterheim Genealogical Center.

Marriage: Seming and Lina HOGANSON (26 Apr 1880)

Though difficult to find due to their surnames being listed as Horset and Hornset, Ancestry.com had a record for Seming and Lina's marriage in their Minnesota Marriages Index.


Marriage record. Semming H. Horset and Lena L. Hornset (Des Moines, Jackson, MN: 26 Apr 1880). Image courtesy of Ancestry.com.

After leaving Norway on 12 Mar 1880 and traveling to America, they arrived in Jackson County, MN, and were married on 26 Apr. I have been unable to find any ship records as of yet.

Lina would have been about six months pregnant with their first child, who they would name Mina, my  great grandmother.

Seming and Lina's Family Bible

Below are pages from the family Bible of Seming and Lina HOGANSON. On the inside cover one can read the date 1880, so it is plausible that they may have received this as a wedding gift. The text reads as follows: "This book belongs to Seming Haagensen Haarset and Lina Larsdatter Hornset of Rendalen."


Bible. The Holy Word (Christiania, 1871). Images courtesy of Verla Williams.

The next pages list the birth dates and death dates of all of their children:

Mina born the 29 July 1880
Herman born the 9 Desember 82
Chaly born the 28 March 85
Randi born the 8 Oktober 87
Oskar born the 23 Juni 90 (died the 22 November 1907)
Emma born the 3rd Marts 93
Lille Simine born the 10th September 95
Elise born the 1st Februar 98 (died the 3rd Februar 98)
Elise Soffie born the 4 Februar 1899
Clara and Mebel born the 27th December 1902

Elise died 3 Feb 1898
Oscar died 22 Nov 1907
Mother died 20 Nov 1931
Father died 1 Jan 1936
Carl died 27 Nov 1936
Herman died 12 April 1944
Mina died 17 May 1942
Randi died 13 Feb 1949
Clara died 20 Feb 1949
Lillie died 1 Nov 1954
Mabel died 8 May 1957
Emma died 7 April 1963
Elise died 12 August 1987


Family Bible. Seming and Lina HOGANSON (1871). Images courtesy of Verla Williams.

Historical Maps: Jackson County and Belmont Township (1887)


Outline Plan of Jackson County, MN (1887). Image courtesy of Historical Map Works.


Belmont Township, Jackson County, MN (1887). Image courtesy of Historical Map Works.

Seming and Lina HOGANSON's homestead was in the SE corner of Section 36. In 1887 they had 80 acres next to Lars O. Teigen. If we zoom in a little more one can see it better. Lars' future wife, Emma (Roe) Teigen was the sister of Albert Roe, who would eventually marry Seming and Lina's daughter, Mina.


Detail of Belmont Township, Jackson County, MN. Image courtesy of Historical Map Works.

1895 Minnesota Census: Seming H. HAARSETT family


Detail of 1895 Minnesota Census. Image courtesy of Ancestry.com.

Haarsett, Seming H. / 38 / M / W / Norway / Farmer
Haarset, Line / 37 / F / W / Norway
Haarset, Minnie / 14 / F / W / Minnesota
Haarset, Herman / 12 / F / W / Minnesota
Haarset, Charley / 10 / F / W / Minnesota
Haarset, Randi / 7 / F / W / Minnesota
Haarset, Oscar / 4 / F / W / Minnesota
Haarset, Emma / 2 / F / W / Minnesota



Source Information: Ancestry.com. Minnesota, Territorial and State Censuses, 1849-1905 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007. Original data: Minnesota Historical Society. Minnesota State Population Census Schedules, 1865-1905. St. Paul, MN, USA: Minnesota Historical Society, 1977. Microfilm. Reels 1-47 and 107-164. Minnesota. Minnesota Territorial Census Schedules, 1849-1855. St. Paul, MN, USA: Minnesota Historical Society, 2000. Microfilm. Minnesota. Minnesota 1857 Territorial Census. Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN, USA.

Seming HOGANSON Family (c. 1900)


Seming Hoganson family (c. 1900). Front: Lillie, Seming, Elise, Emma, and Lina. Back: Randy, Oscar, Herman, Mina, and Carl. Image courtesy of Verla Williams.

1900 US Federal Census: S. HOGENSON Family


Detail of 1900 US Federal Census. Image courtesy of Ancestry.com.

Hogensen, S[?] / Head / W / M / Nov 1856 / 43 / M / Norway / Norway / Norway / Farmer
_____, Lina / Wife / W / F / Nov 1857 / 42 / M / Norway / Norway / Norway
_____, Minnie / Daughter / W / F / Jul 1880 / 19 / S / Minn. / Norway / Norway
_____, Herman / Son / W / M / Dec 1882 / 17 / S / Minn. / Norway / Norway
_____, Charly / Son / W / M / Mar 1885 / 15 / S / Minn. / Norway / Norway
_____, Randy / Daughter / W / F / Oct 1887 / 12 / S / Minn. / Norway / Norway
_____, Oscar / Son / W / M / Jun 1890 / 9 / S / Minn. / Norway / Norway
_____, Emma / Daughter / W / F / Mar 1893 / 7 / S / Minn. / Norway / Norway
_____, Lillie S. / Daughter / W / F / Sep 1895 / 4 / S / Minn. / Norway / Norway
_____, Elise S. / Daughter / W / F / Feb 1899 / 1 / S / Minn. / Norway / Norway

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Belmont, Jackson, Minnesota; Roll: 771; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 0102; FHL microfilm: 1240771.
Source Information: Ancestry.com. 1900 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004. 
Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls.

HOGANSON Homestead in Jackson County, MN (c. 1905)


Hoganson homestead (Jackson County, MN, c. 1905). Rear: Seming, Herman or Carl, and Lina. The two youngest girls are the twins, Clara and Mabel. The others from left are Randy, Elise, Emma, and Lillie. Image courtesy of Verla Williams.

1905 Minnesota Census: Sam HOGANSON Family


Detail of 1905 Minnesota Census. Image courtesy of Ancestry.com.

Hoganson, Sam / M / 48 / W / Norway / Norway / Norway / Farmer
_____, Lina / F / 47 / W / Norway / Norway / Norway
_____, Herman / M / 22 / W / Minn. / Norway / Norway
_____, Randy / F / 17 / W / Minn. / Norway / Norway
_____, Oscar / M / 14 / W / Minn. / Norway / Norway
_____, Emma / F / 12 / W / Minn. / Norway / Norway
_____, Lillian / F / 9 / W / Minn. / Norway / Norway
_____, Elise / F / 6 / W / Minn. / Norway / Norway
_____, Clara / F / 2 / W / Minn. / Norway / Norway
_____, Mabelle / F / 2 / W / Minn. / Norway / Norway

Source Information: Ancestry.com. Minnesota, Territorial and State Censuses, 1849-1905 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007. Original data: Minnesota Historical Society. Minnesota State Population Census Schedules, 1865-1905. St. Paul, MN, USA: Minnesota Historical Society, 1977. Microfilm. Reels 1-47 and 107-164. Minnesota. Minnesota Territorial Census Schedules, 1849-1855. St. Paul, MN, USA: Minnesota Historical Society, 2000. Microfilm. Minnesota. Minnesota 1857 Territorial Census. Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN, USA.

HOGANSON Daughters (c. 1907)


Sam HOGANSON's daughters (c. 1907). Image courtesy of Verla Williams.

1910 US Federal Census: Sam H. HORSETH Family

It was difficult at first to find a record for this census until I expanded the search to include the surnames Horset, Haarset, and Horseth. It is interesting that Sam had gone by Hoganson in 1900 and 1905, only to switch to Horseth in 1910.


Detail of 1910 US Federal Census. Image courtesy of Ancestry.com.

Horseth, Sam H. / Head / M / W / 53 / M / 29 / Nor / Nor / Nor / Farmer
_____, Lenie / Wife / F / W / 52 / M / Nor / Nor / Nor
_____, Randie / Daughter / F / W / 22 / Minnesota / Nor / Nor / Dressmaker
_____, Emma / Daughter / F / W / 17 / Minnesota / Nor / Nor
_____, Lyly / Daughter / F / W / 14 / Minnesota / Nor / Nor
_____, Elizabeth / Daughter / F / W / 11 / Minnesota / Nor / Nor
_____, Clara / Daughter / F / W / 7 / Minnesota / Nor / Nor
_____, Mable / Daughter / F / W / 7 / Minnesota / Nor / Nor

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Belmont, Jackson, Minnesota; Roll: T624_696; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 0093; FHL microfilm: 1374709
Source Information: Ancestry.com. 1910 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006. 
Original data: Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910 (NARA microfilm publication T624, 1,178 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C.

Welcome

This HOGANSON Blog is based on genealogical research compiled by Verla A. Blakey WILLIAMS and edited with notes by Mark D. WILLIAMS.

Hoganson Family

Hoganson Family
Belmont, Jackson, MN (c. 1905)

Three Generations

Three Generations
Bunad from Nord-Osterdal, Hedmark.