|Birth: ||Jun. 3, 1855|
Troms fylke, Norway
|Death: ||Aug. 1, 1940|
The Cook County News Herald, August 8, 1940:
Louis Ellingsen, 85, pioneer Hovland resident, died last Thursday afternoon at 5:00 o'clock. He had suffered a paralytic stroke about three weeks ago which finally took his life.
Funeral services were conducted at the Hovland Church Monday with Rev. J. L. Moilien in charge. Rev. J.O. Pederson, former pastor here, also spoke at the service. A solo was sung by Mrs. J. Henry Eliasen, while Norwegian hymns were sung by Mrs. Chris Hammer, Mrs. Julius Bergstrom and Mrs. Kaurin Jacobsen.
Pall bearers included Paul Jacobson, Kaurin Jacobson, Martin Jacobson, John Makinen, Mons Hanson and Carl Thoreson.
Interment was at the Hovland cemetery.
Lauritz Gerhardt Anton Ellingsen was born in Tromse, Norway in the year 1855. He came to Baldwin, Wisconsin in 1881 and there married Nella Nelsen in 1889. They lived on a farm until 1897 when they moved to Hovland.
Arriving on November 11 they took a homestead. Here Mr. Ellingsen conducted commercial fishing operations for many years.
In 1902 he took over the lodging house of Ole Brunes and was the proprietor of the hotel for fifteen years. In connection he also conducted a general store, and was active as storekeeper until the time when he was stricken.
Surviving are his wife and one brother, Hans, of Clearwater, Wisconsin.
From the pre-1907 vital records index: Laurits Ellingsen married Nella Gurine Nilson May 11, 1889 in St. Croix County, Wisconsin.
Louis's father was Elling Andreas Michelson (Mikkelsen Sparbo).
Elling Andreas Mickalson (1824 - 1914)
Mathilde Indahl Mickalson (1834 - 1909)
Nella Gurine Guthomson Ellingsen (1862 - 1948)*
Lauritz Gerhardt Anton Ellingsen (1855 - 1940)
Albert Mikkle Ellingson (1867 - 1939)*
Hans Marinins Ellingson (1875 - 1966)*
Trinity Lutheran Cemetery
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