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Ole "Peterson" Ohre
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Birth: Jan. 12, 1839
Gausdal
Oppland fylke, Norway
Death: Oct. 21, 1907
Beldenville
Pierce County
Wisconsin, USA

Ole Pedersen Ohre married Johanna Christiansdr on 30 Oct 1867 in Fåberg, Norway.

They arrived in to America with their daughter Anne on 8 Jun 1869 via New York on the Ship the Britannia. Their port of Departure: Glasgow, Scotland and Londonderry, Ireland

Their children were: Anne, Peter, Elice, Julia, Marie, Clara, Olga, Oscar, Melvin and Adolph.

Ole and Johanna Ohre came to LaCrosse when they came over from Norway. They walked from there carrying all their possessions and a sick baby to Berge's home in Martell Township. These two families came from the same part of Norway and were related.

The Ohres settled on a farm in Ellsworth Township and later bought a farm in Martell Township.
 
 
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 Spouse:
  Johanna Christiansdr Ohre (1845 - 1916)
 
 Children:
  Elice Jennie Ohre Peterson (1871 - 1942)*
  Julia Ohre Peterson (1874 - 1939)*
  Marie P. Ohre Botnan (1876 - 1946)*
  Clara Ohre (1880 - 1882)*
  Olga Josephine Peterson Wahl (1882 - 1954)*
  Melvin R Peterson (1886 - 1977)*
  Adolph Peterson (1889 - 1965)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Old Our Saviors Lutheran Cemetery
Lawton
Pierce County
Wisconsin, USA
 
Created by: Lisa Moschkau
Record added: Sep 22, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 76937632
Ole Peterson Ohre
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Ole Peterson Ohre
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Ole Peterson Ohre
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