|Birth: ||Jun. 26, 1852, Sweden|
|Death: ||Mar. 21, 1906|
Louis and Anna Oleson-Hendrickson lived on East Sippy Road. There is no headstones for them but it is believed that they were buried next to their sons Karl and Henry. It is believed Louis died from a heartattack during his farm auction sale
Lars was son of Henrik Larsson and Lisa Petterson born in Öfra Ullersed Warm, Sweden. He married Anna Sofia Oleson in Sweden in 1874. His first three children were born in Sweden. On October 7th 1881 Lars arrived at the port in Pentwater, Michigan. He would eventually purchase land in Eden township among areas of Native Americans. Next door lived his sister Johanna, wife of Nels Talquist.
Louis and Anna had 5 children- Karl, Henry, Oscar, Mary and Louisa.
Their farm was on East Sippy Road a little over a 1/2 mile east of Custer Road. They originally owned 80 acres. Louis and his son Henry built their family home around 1902. In 1904 there was some sort of estate auction going on and it was there that Louis had some sort of stroke or heart attack that took his life.
It is believed that Louis and Anna both were buried in the old Indian cemetery in Southern Eden township by their son Karl. Karl had died in 1888 when a gun fell and accidentally killed him. It would lead one to believe that the Henricksons were good friends and good reputation among the Native American community
Anna Oleson Hendrickson (1847 - 1905)*
Karl J Hendrikson (1873 - 1888)*
Henry Oskar Hendrickson (1875 - 1915)*
Eden Township Old Indian Cemetery
Created by: Manda
Record added: Feb 01, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 84319205
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Added: Jun. 15, 2015