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Johan Magnus Carlson
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Birth: Dec. 6, 1833
Tidersrum
Östergötlands län, Sweden
Death: Jan. 8, 1917
Gibbon
Sibley County
Minnesota, USA

The death of a pioneer resident of the vicinity of Clear Lake occurred Monday forenoon the 8th, when J. M. Carlson, father of John H. and Martin Carlson, passed away. He was a little over 83 years of age. The funeral will be held at the Clear Lake Baptist church Saturday. Further particulars next week.

Gibbon Gazette
January 12, 1917

*The complete obituary was not found in later issues

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Emigration Record

Carlsson, Johan Magnus
Skomakare (unmarried man)
b. 12/6/1833 in Tidersrum, Östergötlands län (Östergötland)
Emigrated 5/1/1869
from Björkefall Carlstorp, Tidersrum, Östergötlands län (Östergötland)
to Nordamerika
Source: Household Examination Roll, p. 4
Emibas migration file ID: Tidersrum E 1869 024 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Maria Carolina Magnusdotter Carlson (1841 - 1929)*
 
 Children:
  Anna Carrie Carlson Carlson (1872 - 1935)*
  Martin Carlson (1876 - 1966)*
  John Henry Carlson (1878 - 1955)*
  Ruth Tillie Carlson Swanson (1882 - 1960)*
  James Elias Carlson (1885 - 1962)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Clear Lake Baptist Church Cemetery
Gibbon
Sibley County
Minnesota, USA
 
Created by: Steve Carlson
Record added: Aug 04, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 55870215
Johan Magnus Carlson
Added by: Steve Carlson
 
Johan Magnus Carlson
Added by: Steve Carlson
 
Johan Magnus Carlson
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