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Ralph Elton Adamson


Ralph Elton Adamson, 84, passed away Friday, Jan 25, 2008, at a Fort Worth hospital.

Funeral: 10 a.m. Wednesday in Laurel Land Memorial Chapel. Interment: Laurel Land memorial Park of Fort worth. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Laurel Land Funeral Home.

Memorials: In lieu of flowers, please send memorials to shriners Hospital for Children in Houston or the Shriners Burns Center in Galveston, both in care of Mosiah Shrine Center, Box 1320, Fort Worth, Texas 76101, or a charity of choice.

Ralph was born Jan 28, 1923, in Westboro, Mo. He graduated from Westboro High School in 1940. he married his high school sweetheart, Della Sparks, the following year. They moved to St. Louis, MO., where he worked for McDonald Douglas Aircraft before he joined the Marines. While in St. Louis, his oldest son, Ralph Edward was born. After leaving the mariens they moved to Minneapolis, Minn., when he opened a Skelly Service Station and a garage with a friend from the Marines. While working at the garage he met and married Ruby Orsen from Minneota, Minn, Ralph then went to work for Scott-Atwater as a machinist. His second son, Bruce Thomas, was born in Minneapolis. The government hired him away from Scott-Atwater as a packing specialist and the family moved to Wisconsin. His daughter, LuAnn Kay, was born while they lived in Equ Claire, Wis. The government transferred him several times to Racine, Wis.; Milwaukee, Wis.; Los Angeles, Calif.; and finally to Fort Worth, where he retired.

Ralph was a member of Grace Lutheran Church in Fort Worth were he was active in the Senior Leisure Group. He is remembered for his smile and the twinkle in his eyes. He was a 50-year Mason, a member of Southside Masonic Lodge #1114, Forth worth Scottish Rite, Mosiah Shrine and Mosiah Shrine Flying Fez. he truly loved working for the kids at the hospitals. Mosiah Shriner were a major part of his retirement years, and their fellowship and caring are truly appreciated by the family.

Suvivors: Son and daughter-in-law, Ralph Edward and Dena Adamson of Plymouth, Wis.; son and daughter-in-law, the Rev. Bruce and Mary Adamson of Otis, Kan.; daughter, LuAnn Adamson of Fort Worth; granddaughter and husband, Kelly and Brian Klaschus of Black Earth, Wis.; grandson and wife, Brent and Heather Adamson of Plymouth, Wis.; grandson, John Adamson and Tracie McPherson of Fort worth; great granddaughter, Karly Adamson of Plymouth, Wis.; great-grandson, Alex Klaschus of Black Earth, Wis.; great-grandson Matthew Scott Adamson of Forth Worth; brother, Dan Adamson of Altamont, Mo.; sister-in-law, Luella Mattson of Minneota, Minn,; brother-in-law, Walter Orsen of Minneapolis Minn,; and several nieces and nephews.

Published in the Star-Telegram from 1/29/2008 - 1/30/2008. 
Adamson, Ralph Elton (I249143)
3 ".. fl. år iråkad besynnerlig sjukdom .." [.. several years of strange illness ..]. [AI:1 pg 73]. Jakobsson, Jakob (I195324)
4 .----------------------------------------------------------
Norra Vram Chuch (kyrka),+Sweden&hl=en&ftid=0x4653d18e20509fa1:0xa43689ca41368166

Family F2674
5 11 Jun 1782 Persson, Ola (I247276)
6 12 Sep 1918: World War I Draft, Minneapolis, Minn.
As Gust E Norstrom, carpenter, Swedish citizen, born 11 Feb 1884, addr. 4110 31 Ave S., Minneapolis. Employed: Melwake shops, 27 Ave S., Minneapolis. Nearest relative: Anna Norstrom, same address. 
Norström, Gustaf Ernfrid (I142733)
7 1741 Sponsor Sorensdotter, Giertrud (I245390)
8 1806 - married and living in Nobbeled, Norragard.
Came to Hassia from Nobbeled circa 1819. Other birthdate 24 Aug 1784.
Larsson, Samuel (I9190)
9 1900 census spells surname as Danelson.
1910 census spells surname as Danilson. 
Danielson, Eric (I14732)
10 20 Jun 1746 Unknown Family F368175
11 2002 - My old info shows the wife as Karin Svensdotter with parents Sven Jonsson and Elin. I have changed the wife info to match a 1998 printout which I believe reflects my 1995 research.
Sven's wife in 1840. She was 31 when Per was bom. She was married first to a Sven Persson from Elgaryd.
Persdotter, Karin (I9109)
12 23 Sep 1802 another record Olsdotter, Anna (I247799)
13 3 Jan 1791, Vollsjo

Farms #26 Oved Closter

Gardsdranger in Tullesbo

Worked for Hans Otto Ramel owner of the Castle 1830- 
Olsson, Nils (I245235)
14 5 Aug 1747

Check Birth Date

Annouced 14 Jul 1776

Vressel #2 1776-1807 Abo

Kjarrby #5 1807

Will: Lars Nilsson Vressel

Nels Bengtsson Elestorp

Enevall Carlsson Kjerrby 
Nilsson, Anders (I247880)
15 Sweden, Baptisms, 1611-1920. Salt Lake City, Utah: FamilySearch, 2013. Source (S32292)
16 Sweden, Marriages, 1630-1920. Salt Lake City, Utah: FamilySearch, 2013. Source (S32291)
17 Virginia, Marriages, 1785-1940. Salt Lake City, Utah: FamilySearch, 2013. Source (S32293)
18 A Else Hindricksdotter came to live with them until she died

Jons Andersson lived with them - Brandstad 1831 or Skartofta
Nilsdotter, Elna (I248200)
19 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Anderson, Clifford (I3397)
20 a town just north of Hudiksvall Wiborg, Hans Christian (I14680)
21 a town just north of Hudiksvall Persdottor, Greta Kaysa (I14681)
22 a town not far from Norway, west of Hudiksvall
and Sundsvall 
Hellquist, Anders Mortensen (I14676)
23 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Andersson, Eric (I14672)
24 about in the middle of Sweden, west of Hudiksvall Erikson, Maria Kristina (I14671)
25 adopted Peterson, Leonard (I11906)
26 Adopted before 1930 Ringdahl, Mildred LaRayne (I247318)
27 age 34y 4m Bengtsdotter, Karna (I246946)
28 Ahlestad #14 abt 1840 Andersdotter, Anna (I245512)
29 Ahlestad #16 1792 to 1808 Olsson, Thule (I246861)
30 Ahlestad #6 to 1839

Bjarrod 1839 to 1840

Ahlestad #14 in 1840

St. Kopinge 5 Aug 1841 
Hansson, Anders (I246935)
31 Akerson, David E. Resident of Ramsey County, Minnesota who in 1914 purchased 40 acres of Turner Tract land, the ownership of which he seems to have maintained at least until 1939. But we have no evidence that he ever lived in Texas, or even visited the state.6 Akerson, David E. (I0023)
32 Albin was born out of wedlock.
Erikson, Albin (I195464)
33 Alexander, Alfred. Resident of Lac qui Parle County, Minnesota who in 1920 purchased 106.45 acres of Turner Tract land, the ownership of which he seems to have maintained at least until 1939. But we have no evidence that he was ever in Texas. Alexander, Alfred (I0025)
34 Also called Pehr Persson Åsberg and later Pehr Persson Höghult.
He was a soldier and Höghult is his ?soldier name? after the place where he lived.
Persson, Pehr (I195677)
35 also formerly under ID number I195814 Ryberg, Oscar Wilhelm (I167464)
36 Also see:
Hultquist, Amelia (Emelia) Augusta (I195354)
37 Alternative last name could be Sodenberg. Lodenberg, John (I5601)
38 Alternative last name spelling is Eberland. Eberlynd, Erick (I5594)
39 Anacortes, Washington Bryan, Hayes Richard (I248254)
40 Anders and Maria Johansson (Mary and Andrew Johnson) received their Flyttningsbevis 24 juni 1889, Håsjö.

They are listed in Bethany Lutheran Church in Escanaba, MI received 11/5 1890, arrived in America where from Jämtland 1889.

Dropped from church registry 27/12 1894.

Family F2017
41 Anders and Maria were members of Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Two Harbors, MN, but I do not have any dates. Other than Andrew's obituary from 1946.
It states that he had lived in the Two Harbors community for 43 years. So...1903? We have about an 8 year gap and I do not know about the church in Pine County.
I know my mother was baptized and confirmed in the Methodist-Episcopal Church, but it no longer exists.
Suzanne Thofson 
Family F2017
42 Anderson, A. Hilmar. Lyon County, Minnesota resident who in 1915 purchased 80 acres of Turner Tract land, the ownership of which he seems to have maintained at least until 1939. But we have no evidence that he was ever in Texas. Anderson, A. Hilmar (I0026)
43 Anderson, Andrew. This Andrew Anderson is not the same as the previous entry. In 1915, Andrew Anderson bought 56.91 acres of land west of Raymondville from fellow Minnesotan Alva Lindahl (son of Swedish-born Ole Lindahl, who moved with his family to Raymondville in 1915). Anderson and his wife were founding members of Bethel Lutheran Church in 1916. They wintered in Lyford during the early years of the history of the Swedish Lutheran church. While in town the Andersons were active in the church, but each spring returned to their home in Winthrop, Minnesota.16 We do not know of a kin relationship between Andrew Anderson and other Andersons in this directory.
Anderson, Andrew (I0027)
44 Andrew and Mary lived in Escanaba, Michigan, Pine County, Minnesota and Two Harbors (for 43 years), Minnesota. Family F2017
45 Andrew was not the biological father of Hilda. Johnson (Johannesson), Andrew (Anders) (I10550)
46 Anne in the 1885 Minnesota Census Jernell, Anna (I191419)
47 Annouced 13 Sep 1778 Family F368402
48 Annouced 28 Aug 1779 Family F368355
49 Annouced 3 Aug 1788 Family F368220
50 Announced 14 Jul 1776 Family F367572

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