Carrie M. Hansen (1860-aft1930) Emigrated from Norway in 1884 (b. April 1860, Oslo, Norway - d. after 1930, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA)
Birth: Carrie was born in Oslo, Norway in April 1860.
Sibling: Carrie was the sister of Ole Hansen (1870-?) who died in Dallas, Wisconsin; and Hannah Hansen (1864-1936) who married Otto Olson (1858-1921) of Farsund, Norway. She also had a sister that moved to and presumably died in Seattle, Washington.
Emigration: She emigrated to Chicago around 1884.
Marriage: She married David Danielson (1854-bef1910) who was born in July of 1854, on March 07, 1885 and had five children, all of them living into adulthood.
Children: The children are as follows: Harriet M. Danielson (1886-?) b. January 1886, who worked as a bookkeeper at the Retail Shoe Company in 1910; James Oswald Danielson (1887-?) b. June 1887, who married Mabele (May) M. X (1899-1969?) and worked as a yard clerk in the railroad office in 1910 and had his own real estate office in 1930; Della S. Danielson (1889-?) b. July 1889, who worked as a clerk at one of the area newspapers in 1910; May E. Danielson (1894-1986) b. October 1894, who married Eden T. Brekke (1893-1978); and Myrtle Danielson (1897-?) b. February 1897, who worked in the probation office for the city of Chicago.
Chicago: In 1900 she was living with her husband David at 704 Alma Street in Chicago. In 1910 she was living as a widow at 907 Alma Street in Chicago with her children and in 1930 she was living as a widow at 907 Latrobe Avenue in Chicago In 1930 she owned her own house valued at $6,000. Still living at home were her son, James Danielson who was living with his wife Mabel M. X. Mabel and James married around 1928. Also living at the house in 1930 was Carrie's daughter, Myrtle Danielson.