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51 At the time of her 1847 marriage she was a maid (piga) at Breddebo. She came from Dalhem to Ukna in 1848. Jaensdotter, Anna Sofia (I118)
52 At the time of her marriage she was a maid (pigan) at Büttorp. Persdotter, Helena (I3116)
53 At the time of her marriage she was a maid in Majhult. Tillberg, Kristina Sofia (I1678)
54 Bengt Henriksson says she died in 1774. Jönsdotter, Brita (I5277)
55 Bengt Jönsson (c1669-1708/24), cavalry soldier in Tingetorp. He enlisted in Tjust Company, Andra livgrenadjärregementet in 1690. He served from Tingetorp in Gärdserum. He lived at croft AL-02-0047. The last certain mention of him is Tjust district dombok in 1701. He died before 1724 when his son Salomon Tingstedt was one of the heirs of Alexander Trybom.

This Bengt might have been the same person as Bengt Jönsson, femtingryttare, who was father of an illegitimate child with Lisbet Persdotter in 1708 at Falerum, but the identification is uncertain.

From Peter Wernqvist: "Ryttare i Tingetorp. Född beräknat 1669 i Gärdesrum,Östergötlands Län. [Barbro Behrendtz] Död mellan 1708 och 1724 i Tingetorp,Gärdesrum,Östergötlands län. [Domboken för Tjust Härad] Han kan ha kallats Jon Tingstedt född 1669 och varit gift två gånger Av Barbro Behrendtz Peter, De uppgifter om ryttaren Bengt Jonsson som jag hittat är få, några kyrkböcker finns ju inte för 1600-talet i Gärdserum. Domboken för Tjust härad har ett par uppgifter som rör Bengt. 1701 är han instämd för en skuld till handelsman Jonas Svensson i Västervik och då uppgavs att ryttaren Bengt Jonsson i Tingetorp var utkommenderad. Om Bengt återkom från kommenderingen eller ej kanske kan framgå av generalmönsterrullorna. Jag har inte studerat dessa. 1724 var Bengt definitivt avliden när sonen Salomon Tingstedt stämmer sin morbror Hans Trybom till tinget. Förutom att han ville ha del i sin moders del i rusthållet Tingetorp sökte han också få ut 10 daler kopparmynt efter sin salig farfader Jon Botvidsson samt sin salig faders sadel."

Despite this confident statement, he was not the same person as Jon Jönsson, erroneously called Tingstedt, he was married only once, and he had only one known child. 
Jonsson, Bengt (I21307)
56 Carl Sigfried 'Sig' Johnson was the only son of Carl G Johnson and his first wife. His mother died shortly after his birth, and his father remarried in 1887. His father's union with Hilda Swanstom provided Sig with 5 siblings: Elmer, Emil, Clarence, Hulda (who died as a young child) and Ethel.

In 1907, he married Grace Belle Klocke, a young widowed woman with 2 daughters, Gladys Wilhelmina and Clara LaBertha, and they were married more than 50 years.

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Carl Sigfried 'Sig' Johnson was the only son of Carl G Johnson and his first wife. His mother died shortly after his birth, and his father remarried in 1887. His father's union with Hilda Swanstom provided Sig with 5 siblings: Elmer, Emil, Clarence, Hulda (who died as a young child) and Ethel.

In 1907, he married Grace Belle Klocke, a young widowed woman with 2 daughters, Gladys Wilhelmina and Clara LaBertha, and they were married more than 50 years. 
Johnson, Carl Sigfrid (I2987)
57 d.s.p. Fyrstén, Maria Josefina (I1716)
58 den 11 July. Hust: Ingeborg i Skiörserum. Västra Ed C:2 (1671-1699) Bild 119 / sid 225 (AID: v41524.b119.s225, NAD: SE/VALA/00444) Nilsdotter, Ingeborg (I4559)
59 Den 14 Sept. Begrofs H. Brita i Knoppetorp, atas ijus 95 åhr. Kisa C:1 (1636-1722) Bild 96 / sid 183 (AID: v38136.b96.s183, NAD: SE/VALA/00183) Andersdotter, Brita (I3608)
60 Den 6 Jun. dödde gl. Enko-Mannen Jaen Svensson i Buttorp af Bröst Feber; begrofs d. 23 ejusdem 66 åhr gammal. Dalhem C:3 (1729-1793) Bild 205 / sid 399 (AID: v37151.b205.s399, NAD: SE/VALA/00058) Svensson, Johan (I4675)
61 Dnica 22 post Trinit begrofs den Erlige Soknemannen Swen Jonsson i Hulserum. Anno at 64 åhr. Locknevi (H) C:1 (1636-1701) Bild 79 / sid 139 (AID: v40432.b79.s139, NAD: SE/VALA/00230) Jonsson, Sven (I3653)
62 Dödsorsak: Feber Förkylning. Persdotter, Kristina Charlotta (I21125)
63 Dödsorsak: Förlamning. Jonsdotter, Maria Catarina (I21155)
64 Dödsorsak: Hjärtsprång. Max, Gustav Ferdinand (I21150)
65 Dödsorsak: Slag. Max, Karl Gustav Oskar (I21145)
66 Eithel Irene Woods Schwinger passed on May 3. 2019 at the age of 96 years from complications of a recently diagnosed tumor.

Born and raised on a farm near Broughton, Kansas, she attended the Broughton School and the Clay Center High School.

Preceded in death by her parents Lydia Ellen Dalrymple Woods and James William Woods, brothers Harold and Charley, sister Wilma, husband William Schwinger, first husband, Ernest Albin Johnson and Great-Granddaughter Kacie Mireya Johnson.

She is survived by her children Karen Ellen Johnson and Harold (Hal) Ernest Johnson, grandchildren Laura and Matthew and great-grandchildren, Damon, William and Langstynn and nephews and nieces.

She was proud of her service as a nurse’s aide for many years, providing loving care for elders. She was dedicated to her family, took delight in her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was an avid gardener and reader, needle worker and quilter, enjoyed fishing and playing cards. She was beloved by all who met her with a deep sense of inclusivity that welcomed all people into her circle. She was committed to the responsibilities of citizenship and stewardship of the earth, recycling since the 1960s, keeping up with the news and voting throughout her life.

She will be missed and forever loved.

Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. on May 7, 2019 at the Countryside Methodist Church in Clay Center, Kansas

Burial to follow in the Broughton Cemetery.

Source: Neill-Schwensen-Rook Funeral Home 
Woods, Eithel Irene (I45858)
67 Elaine Ann Heller, age 71 of Riley, passed away Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at the Good Shepherd Hospice House.

She was born on May 4, 1949 in Clay Center, the daughter of Martin F. and Evelyn Arlene (Johnson) Davies. Growing up on a farm near Bala, where she attended Bala school until going to Leonardville her 8th grade year. Elaine graduated from Riley County High School in 1967. From 1961-1967 her summers were spent playing softball with the Broughton girls (Clay Center B's) helping the team win four state championships. She graduated from MATC in 1969 as part of the first computer programming class.

On November 7, 1970 at the Bala Presbyterian Church, she married Eldo Bernard Heller. He survives of the home.

Elaine began her career as a computer operator at Kansas State University in 1969. She took a handful of years off to have children. She finished her K-State career working with the registrar's office in 2010. She was a member of the Fairview Presbyterian Church, where through the years she served as an Elder, Clerk of Session, was part of Ladies PW and was a Sunday School teacher. She enjoyed time with friends, the outdoors, golfing, playing cards and leather craft, as well as attending extra-curricular activities for her children, grandchildren, and extended family.

In addition to her husband, Eldo, she is survived by three daughters, Kim Schurle (Patrick) of Green, Lori Strauss (Josh) of Junction City and Lisa Heller of Manhattan; five grandchildren, Alexis Schurle, Lane Schurle, William Strauss, April Strauss and Arthur Strauss; one sister, Kaye Klucas of Leonardville; two brothers, Wayne Davies of Leonardville and Donald Davies of Clay Center, one brother-in-law Roger Heller (BJ) of Colorado, many nieces and nephews, along with other family and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents and her brother-in-law, Fred Klucas.

Graveside services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Monday, August 17, 2020 at the Fairview Cemetery with Pastor Gerry Sharp officiating. The Anderes-Pfeifley Funeral Home is handling the arrangements.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Big Lakes Developmental Center and left in care of the Anderes-Pfeifley Funeral Home.

Source: Anderes-Pfeifley Funeral Home 
Davies, Elaine Ann (I45856)
68 Emigrated 8 July 1881from Hö ghult Hult, Horn, Ö stergö tlands lä n (Ö stergö tland) to Nordamerika. He moved to Chicaog 13 December 1899.

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Emigrated 8 July 1881from Höghult Hult, Horn, Östergötlands län (Östergötland) to Nordamerika. He moved to Chicaog 13 December 1899. 
Höckert, Frans Gustaf Oskar (I20040)
69 En rediog man
dog av hetsig feber

Church and director of Sexman Gärdserum (E)
Bodde i Tingetorp Lived in District Cottage

1718 (jan) när Petter var endast 3½ år gammal dog hans far Johan Eriksson, 47 år gammal. 1718 (Jan) when Peter was only 3 ½ years old his father died, Johan Eriksson, 47 years old.

1718 (dec) gifte hans mor om sig med Johan Hansson Trybom, och Petter fick därmed en ung styvfar som var endast 24 år gammal. 1718 (Dec) married his mother with Trybom Johan Hansson, and Peter was offered a young stepfather who was only 24 years old. Hans mor var 47 år! His mother was 47 years old!

1741 när Petter var 27 år gammal gifte han sig med pigan Kerstin Andersdotter som var 18 år gammal och kom ifrån Åsebo i Gärdserum. 1741 when Peter was 27 years old he married Kerstin Andersdotter maid who was 18 years old and came from Åsebo in Gärdserum.

1753 fick Petter 1/4 av rusthållet i Tingetorp av sin styvfar Johan Trybom. 1753 Petter was fourth in the direction of rust Ting Torp by his stepfather John Trybom.

Petter var både sockenman, kyrkoföreståndare och sexman* under sin livstid. Peter was both sockenman, church director and sexman * during his lifetime.

(* En sexman var vald av kyrkan till att vaka över kyrkotukten, dvs goda och dåliga seder. Deltog vid kyrkostämman.) (* A sexman was elected by the church to watch over kyrkotukten, that is good and bad manners. Attended church at the meeting.)

Den 6 juni 1759 var det sockenstämma i Gärdserum. On June 6, 1759 was the parish meetings of Gärdserum. En av punkterna på det mötet rör Petter Johansson. One of the items on the meeting related to Peter Jackson. Följande står där: The following are there:

Kyrkovärden (v)älbeskiedelig Petter Johansson i Tingetorp, som har varit 12 åhr och med ? Theological Values (v) älbeskiedelig Petter Johansson Ting Torp, who was 12 Ahr and with? har tient kyrkian, släpps nu ledig derifån med församlingens beröm och tacksägelse för dess redelighet, och i dess ställe sättes sockneman Måns Pärsson i Kiönserum, der. the patient's kyrkian, being now vacant Assembly derifån with praise and thanksgiving for its nest, and in its place, fit sockneman Mans Pärsson in Kiönserum, der.  
Johansson, Peter (I12483)
70 Evelyn Arlene Davies, age 92 of Leonardville, passed away Tuesday, June 21, 2016 at the Leonardville Nursing Home.

She was born on October 12, 1923 on the family farm outside of Leonardville, the daughter of Elmer and Hulda (Norell) Johnson. She graduated from Leonardville Rural High School in 1941.

On April 18, 1945, she was married to Martin F. Davies. He preceded her in death August 25,1986.

Evelyn was a bookkeeper at the Leonardville Farmer’s Union Coop in her early married years and then a farmwife. She enjoyed watching her grandchildren and helping with the Leonardville Senior Citizen’s dinners.

She is survived by two sons, Wayne Davies of Leonardville and Donald Davies of Clay Center; two daughters, Elaine Heller and Eldo of Riley and Kaye Klucas and Fred of Leonardville; nine grandchildren, Kim Schurle (Pat) of Green, Lori Strauss (Josh) of Junction City, Lisa Heller of Manhattan, Adam Davies (Lydia) of Leonardville, Alicia Klucas (Mouhamadou Wilane) of Leonardville, Kristen Fisher (Jake) of Wichita, Kelsey Klucas of Manhattan , Alan Pultz (Nicole) of Onage and Lori Haresnape (Theron) of Smith Center; 14 great grandchildren, Alexis, Lane, William, April, Arthur, AJ, Ibrahim, Cora, Willow, Isaac, Autumn, Adalynne, Cauy and Colton.

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 A.M. Friday, June 24, 2016 at the Anderes-Pfeifley Funeral Home in Riley with Rev. D. Erich Schwartz officiating. Respect calls may be made anytime Thursday at the funeral home. The family will receive friends from 7 until 8:00 P.M. Thursday at the funeral home. Burial will be in the Bala Cemetery.

A memorial has been established for Big Lakes Developmental Center. Contributions may be left in care of the Anderes-Pfeifley Funeral Home.

Source: Anderes-Pfeifley Funeral Home 
Johnson, Evelyn Arlene (I2990)
71 Framl. Sockenmannen Anders Abelssons enka i lifstiden Hederliga och Gudfruktiga Hust. Karin Sunesdotter, ifrån Smittersta, af ålderdomssvaghet. 84 år 15 dagar. Hallingeberg C:4 (1747-1771) Bild 148 / sid 289 (AID: v38968.b148.s289, NAD: SE/VALA/00122) Sunesdotter, Karin (I4781)
72 från stora ved, vid vigseln
En ährlig och redig boqwinna i 3åhr mäst wårdas som liggande
af ålderdom döde Gamle socken qwinnan Hstru Ingrid Jonasdr i Tingetorp 
Jonsdotter, Ingrid (I12576)
73 From 1842-1844 she was a maid in the household of the widow Larsson at Ojanstorp. In 1844 she replaced her sister Christina as a maid in the household of Lars Larsson at Fivelsbo in Gardserum, Kalmar. In 1849 she was a maid in the household of her sister Christina and stayed until 1855, when there is note beside her name: "Brink."

She might have been the Hedda Dorothea Svanstrom, born 1829, who lived at at Staden, Lindesberg, Orebro, Sweden. That Hedda had a son out of wedlock, Hans Anton, born 16 April 1863. She married 16 August 1865 Carl Ericsson (born 1836), and had a son Carl Johan, born 2 September 1865. However, that Hedda is also stated to have been born at Staden. 
Svanström, Hedda Dorothea (I54513)
74 From 1859 until her marriage in 1865 she worked as a maid in the household of her brother Sven August Ögrim. Svanström, Kristina Karolina* (I126)
75 Grace Belle Kendall was one of 6 children born to Lewis Lemuel Kendall and Ruemma Gumley. Her siblings are Sarah Ann (who died in infancy), Bert William, Robert Franklin, an unnamed brother and Lora Elizabeth.

On November 10, 1900, she married William Frederick Klocke and they had 2 daughters: Gladys Wilhelmina and Clara LaBertha. He died of appendicitis in 1905, leaving her to raise their girls alone on the prairie, and in 1907 she remarried. She and second husband Carl Sigfried Johnson had no children together, but throughout their 57 years of marriage, Sig helped raise and treat the girls as his own daughters. 
Kendall, Grace Belle (I2988)
76 Haplogroup K1a4a1, according to Jenny Karlsson: "It seems like we are related. I descend from Kerstin Svensdotter Wåhlstrand, Sven Jonsson Wåhlstrand and Anna Andersdotter first child. I thought it may be interested for you to know that my paternal grandmother has a direct maternal line to Anna Andersdotter. She has haplogroup K1a4a1." (Jenny Karlsson,, Nov. 26, 2018) Andersdotter, Anna (I60135)
77 He and his brother Fred came to America in 1903, settling first at Chetek, Wisconsin.

The 1920 census shows him living in a rented house with his wife Alma. The 1930 census shows him living in a house he owned, with wife Alma, son Leslie J. (9), father-in-law John P. Carlson (79), and a lodger Frank Genske (or Senske) (31). The census says he came to America in 1903, and was naturalized in 1913.The 1930 census says he came to America in 1902.


The Swea City Herald, July 1960

John E. Anderson, well known Swea City resident, passed away at an Estherville hospital of a cerebral hemmorhage Monday of this week.

Funeral services were held at Immanuel Luthern "Church, of which he was a member, on Wednesday at 2 p.m., with the Rev. A.M. youngquist of Laurens in charge.

Two vocal solos "Beyond the Sunset" and "What a Friend we have In Jesus" were sung by Walter Peterson. Mrs. Gregor Dein was organist.

Graveside rites were held at Mitchell, South Dakota, and burial was in New Home Cemetery on Thursday at 1:30 p.m.

Mr. Anderson was born in Ljusne, Sweden, Aug 12, 1883. He cme to America when 20 years of age and farmed at Mitchell, S.D. and southeast of Swea City until he retired in 1943. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Alma, a son Leslie, a sister, and a brother.

He is survived by his wife Nellie, a stepson, Dr. G.O. Anderson of Jackson, Minn., six grandchildren, three sisters and a brother who live in Sweden, other relatives and friends.

Pallbearers at the funeral here were Wm. Kerr, J. Aug. Peterson, Roy Erhardt, Frank Bentle, Monford Peterson, and Elmer Franks. The Barnes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. 
Anderson, John Edward (I2953)
78 He and his brother John came to America in 1903, settling first at Chetek, Wisconsin. He came on the Umbria, age 20, arriving in New York on 4 April 1903. He was naturalized 7 June 1914 in Bloomington, Illinois. His address was 808 W. Grove Street. Andersson, Karl Sigfrid (I2954)
79 He and his wife moved from Gärdserum to Nyback u Larum, Hannäs in 1840, and from Hannas to Västra Ed in 1848.

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He and his wife moved from Gardserum to Nyback, Larum, Hannas in 1840, and from Hannas to Ed in 1848. 
Svanström, Nils Gustav Lorentz (I635)
80 He came to Topeka, where his half-brother Peter Persson had settled. Peter Persson was a lay minister. Olson, Eric Edward (I2872)
81 He is also said to have been born in 1744. He was a rusthållare (that is, a farmer who was responsible for equipping a cavalry soldier) in Berg. Månsson, Lorentz (I649)
82 He is an Electrical Engineer. He went his first year of college to the University of Wyoming in Laramie, then transferred to the University of Utah. He received a Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering at University of Utah, 1968. He worked for Sperry Utah/Boeing in Ogden, Utah from 1962-1968. He worked for Sperry Flight Systems 1968-1969 in Phoenix, Arizona. He worked for Datel in Riverton, Wyoming from 1969-1971. Between 1971 and 1973 he worked for Information Storage Systems in San Jose, California. From 1973 to the present he worked for Xerox in Dallas, Texas. While with Xerox he has been responsible for a number of patents on the design of word processors, micro-processors and processing functions. Swanstrom, Harry Wallace (I79)
83 He is an electrician. Riley, James Sanderson (I61)
84 He might have been a son of Nils Skog and Anna Rising. Skog, Gustaf (I3985)
85 He never married. Hildebrand, Erik Rune Ögrim (I5435)
86 He served as a Colonel of the Salvation Army in Sweden. Ögrim, Paul Fritjof* (I1963)
87 He visited Sweden with his grandmother in 1955. Olson, ... (I36346)
88 He was lansfiskal, and tobakshandelsinspeReetz, Peter (I20276)
89 He was Soldat nr 115Käll Malmén, Frans August (I20060)
90 He was a befallningsmanRetzman, Sven (I20184)
91 He was a befallningsmanRetzman, Gustaf (I20186)
92 He was a bokhållareKrönberg, Nils (I20230)
93 He was a bokhållareHolstenius, Anders Jonae (I139152)
94 He was a bonde (farmer). Andersson, Per (I3710)
95 He was a bruksbokhållareReitz, Erik (I20321)
96 He was a FogdeLiljewalk, Israel Håkansson (I20286)
97 He was a handlandeRetzius, Kristian (I20268)
98 He was a häradsfogdeTorstensson, Anders (I20366)
99 He was a hattmakareReitz, Lars (I20324)
100 He was a hauptmanRetzius, Mattias (I3790)

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