1859, the daughter of Tor and inga (Grosland or Grotland) Nordheim. Stone and Ingri had 7 children; Eddie Stoneson (4 Feb 1882-12 Mar 1882); Emma Louise (b. 22 Dec 1883); Tilda Josephine (16 Aug 1885-6 Aug 1970); Ida Clarese (28 Aug 1887-6 Jan 1969); Sarah Emelia (b. 29 Sep 1889); Isabelle Bertina (29 Oct 1892-22 Aug 1980); and Walter Elliot (b. 28 Nov 1895).
Ingri died 31 Mar 1926. Stone died 2 Feb 1935 in Highland Twp. and was buried at Big Canoe Cemetery near Decorah, IA.
Grindeland, Ingebrikt and Lucie Davesdtr (Hattlestad)
Ingebrikt Halsteinson Grindeland was born 16 May 1831 in Vossestrand, Norway and baptized 11 Jun 1831. He emigrated to America in 1850, probably with his father Halstein and his two brothers Ola and Arne. His widowed sister Sesilia and her two children Knut and Kari came the following year. Sesilia died during the cholera epidemic shortly after her arrival in Illinois, leaving the two children to be raised by her father and brothers. The family lived in Jefferson Prairie, a Norwegian settlement on the border between Illinois and Wisconsin.
Ingebrikt married Lucie Davesdtr Hattlestad, vetla-saue, 16 Feb 1851 at Jefferson Prairie Lutheran Church in Illinois, near Beloit, Wl. Lucie was born 19 Sep 1819 in Vossestrand, Norway. She also emigrated to America in 1850. Ingebrikt and Lucie’s first child, David, was born in Jefferson Priaire. In 1852 the entire family moved to Iowa and settled In Highland Twp. where they farmed. Ingebrikt and Lucie had five more children in IA: Halstein (Stone), Cecilia, Andrew, David and Carrie. In the early years Ingebrikt went by the name of Albert Stoneson. It is not known exactly when they again used the surname of Grindeland. In the 1856 census brothers Arne (Edwin) and Ola (Oley) are listed in Ingebrikt’s (Albert Stoneson) household. In the 1860 census the father, Halstein (Stone
Oleson 63); and Sesilia’s two childlren, Knut and Kari (Knud Knudson 14 and Caroline Knudson 10); and Edwin and Oley are all living with Ingebrikt. In 1880, Arne’s son, John (John Stonson, nephew), then 8 years old, lived with Ingebrikt, having been adopted.
Ingebrikt and Lucie’s children were: David (23 May 1852-6 Aug 1861); Halstein (Stone) (14 Mar 1854-Feb 1935); Cecilia (10 Jul 1855-10 May 1886); Andrew (20 Nov 1856-28 Oct 1932); David Enevold (1 Apr 1858-15 Dec 1940); and Carrie (16 Apr 1861-4 Jan 1886).
Ingebrikt was a charter member of Big Canoe Lutheran Church, formed in 1853. Lucie died 8 Dec 1883 at age 64. Ingebrikt died 25 Mar 1889 at age 58. Both are buried at Big Canoe Cemetery near Decorah, IA.
Grinna, Grant and Stella (Berge)
(Stella Berge Grinna)
Thelma, oldest child of Olaus and Sophie Berge. Grocery wagon went on road with groceries about 3 days during week.
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