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Mary E Haugen Bakken
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Birth: Jan. 5, 1860
Winneshiek County
Iowa, USA
Death: Aug. 14, 1913
Wisconsin, USA

Mary was born "Marit" and was the oldest child born to Endre Gudbrandsen and Guri (Knudsdatter Ostrem) Haugen. Her surname was listed in various records as Gulbransen, Gudbrandsen, Hougen and Haugen. The family lived for many years in Glenwood Township in Winneshiek County.

Mary married Gilbert Helgeson Bakken in 1891 in Winneshiek County, Iowa. They had four known children:

Herman (1892-1964)
Gilma (see link below)
Adolph (1897-?)
Joseph (1901-1970)
 
 
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 Parents:
  Endre Gulbrandsen Haugen (1823 - 1904)
  Guri Knudsdatter Ostrem Haugen (1837 - 1924)
 
 Children:
  Herman E Bakken (1892 - 1964)*
  Gilma C. Bakken Stensland (1894 - 1979)*
  Joseph Ingeman Bakken (1901 - 1970)*
 
 Siblings:
  Mary E Haugen Bakken (1860 - 1913)
  Gilbert E. Haugen (1862 - 1938)*
  Knut E. Haugen (1864 - 1948)*
  Christopher Haugen (1866 - 1896)*
  Anders Haugen (1869 - 1911)*
  Caroline Haugen Skow (1872 - 1943)*
  Edwin Haugen (1875 - 1944)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Mother, Wife of G. H. Bakken
 
Burial:
Mount Morris Holden Lutheran Cemetery
Mount Morris
Waushara County
Wisconsin, USA
 
Maintained by: Connie Ferris
Originally Created by: Kathie
Record added: Nov 19, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 22989393
Mary E <i>Haugen</i> Bakken
Added by: Kathie
 
Mary E <i>Haugen</i> Bakken
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To my 1st cousin, 3 times removed.
- Connie Ferris
 Added: Aug. 2, 2014

- Kathie
 Added: Nov. 24, 2007
 
 
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