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Hans Milton Hansen
Birth: Jul. 22, 1891
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA
Death: Jul. 25, 1967
Spokane County
Washington, USA

On the morning of his Golden (50th) Wedding Anniversary, Hans Milton Hansen wrote the following words:
As I woke this morning of June 26, 1966, I was thinking back to June 26, 1916. Don't seem long and then I think about Zig-Zag road Mom and I started out on. And of the good and bad turns in that road for that short 50 years. I think mostly of the wonderful four sons and three daughters placed in our care for such short periods of times. And I think of the poor and humble start you all had. I think of each one of you right from the begining on through. And of the great accomplishments you have all made. I think of this world of trouble and crimes. You have walked the straight and narrow. I am writing this because my emotions are too great to tell you my appreciations of what you have all done and the records you have made sure stand ehangiling.

From The Spokane Daily Chronicle:
After getting married, Hans Hasen and his new wife lived in Salt Lake City until taking a job as a worker in a Copper Mill in Magna, Utah. Later that year, the family was moved to Garfield "Rag Town", Utah.
In 1917, Hans became a potatee farmer in Cottonwood, Idaho. In 1918, Hans took a job in Idaho Falls, Idaho with the Sugar Beet SeedCompany. In 1920, Hans began work in construction in Jefferson County Line, Idaho. In 1922, they moved to Ririe, Idaho where the family home was destroyed by flood in 1927. In 1928, Hans moved the family to Valier (Darby), Montana and began work as a Honey Bee Keeper. In 1932, the family moved to Toppenish, Washington. In 1934, they went through a severe flood. In 1936, Hans began work as a trucker in Burlington, Washington. In 1939, took employement with the Livestock Association in Hamilton, Montana. In 1943, with the outbreak of World War II, the family moved to a house boat in Portland, Oregon where
both Hans and his wife Zilla worked in a shipyard building War Ships. In 1945, the family returned to Darby, Montana and began Cattle Ranching. In 1949, the family moved to North Fork, Idaho where Hans took employment with Montana Power. In 1950, Hans began work as a Lumberjack in Thompson Falls, Montana. 1951, Hans took a job as a Ranch Supervisor in Deer Lodge, Montana. In 1952, Hans and Zilla purchased a silver mine and began working it in Gem, Idaho. In 1956, the family purchased the Ghost Town of Ford (near Worley) Idaho. The town was located on the original train line that went through Northern Idaho. Hans and Zilla renamed the town New Hope. New Hope was a town consisting of the Hansen Home and an old School House. Some members of the extended family used the school house as a home. The New Hope property contained about 65 acres which included a well stocked river full of Beavers, Salmon, and Trout. In 1964, Hans retired to Spokane, Washington due to health reasons.
Funeral Services, was Saturday July 29, 1967 at 11:00 A.M. in the Colonial Chapel of the Hazen and Jaeger Spokane Valley Funeral Home, N 1306 Pines Road. 
Family links: 
  Hans Soren Hansen (1855 - 1929)
  Ernestine Eliza Buchanan Hansen (1862 - 1905)
  Zilla Shelton Hansen (1898 - 1995)*
  Max Buchanan Hansen (1917 - 1984)*
  Vay Amanda Hansen Collison (1918 - 1994)*
  June Hansen Abbey (1920 - 2009)*
  Ted Milton Hansen (1922 - 1978)*
  John S. Hansen (1926 - 1960)*
  Raymond Leon Hansen (1930 - 2001)*
  Raymond Leon Hansen (1930 - 2001)*
  Adeline Beth Hansen Nerger (1932 - 2014)*
  Adeline Maria Hansen (1883 - 1976)*
  Adaline Maria Hanson (1883 - 1976)*
  John Lamar Hansen (1886 - 1925)*
  Grace Ernestine Hansen Slocum (1888 - 1970)*
  Hans Milton Hansen (1891 - 1967)
  Amy Elizabeth Hansen Lawing (1893 - 1963)*
  William Soren Hansen (1894 - 1895)*
  Zur Buchanan Hansen (1902 - 1902)*
  Laura V. Hansen Clinger (1905 - 1999)*
*Calculated relationship
Evergreen Cemetery
Spokane County
Washington, USA
Plot: L#104 N1/2 NW1/4
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Record added: Oct 05, 2007
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Hans Milton Hansen
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Hans Milton Hansen
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