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Hans Edward "Ed" Turkelson

Born:Apr 24 1909 In:
Died:Apr 19 1963 (at age 53)In:
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Jessie Matilda Turkelson (born Carter-Hoover)
His wife
Barbara Jean "Barb" Emshoff (born Turkelson)
His daughter
Richard Eugene "Dick" Turkelson
His son
<Private> Larson (born Turkelson)
His child
<Private> Turkelson
His child
<Private> Turkelson
His child
<Private> Harwood (born Turkelson)
His child
<Private> Turkelson
His child
Thomas Franklin Turkelson
His father
Alvina Matilda Turkelson (born Paulson)
His mother
Isabel Mable Turkelson
His sister
Helen Eda Bixler (born Turkelson)
His sister
Marjorie Cora Epright (born Turkelson)
His sister
Beulah Thelma Sherman (born Turkelson)
His sister
Stella Idell Turkelson
His sister
Lillian Isabel Mathews (born Turkelson)
His sister
    

Work

Farmer and Electrician

Contact information

Blue River, Wis

Personal info

Height: 5' 2"
Weight: 200 lb
Hair color: Brown
Eye color: Brown

Biography

BIO:

Eagle Township History from web site:

http://www.usgennet.org/usa/wi/county/richland/books/chap23.htm

The first school house in district No. 4 was erected on the northeast

quarter of the southeast quarter of section 6, Eagle Township in 1858.

Francis Gault was the first teacher. The old school house was used

until 1882, when the present house was completed. Katie Dorgan was the

first teacher in this building and Ida Allison is the present teacher.

This is usually called the "Gault district."

Samuel B Gault, an early settler of the town of Eagle, was born in

Lancaster Co., Penn. In his youth he emigrated with his parents to

Ohio, and settled in Butler county, where he was married to Mary B

Wilson, a native of that county. A few years later they removed to

Tippecanoe Co., Ind., and lived until 1855. In that year they came to

Richland county and settled in the town of Eagle. Here Mr. Gault died

in 1870. His widow still lives at the homestead.

Their son Francis was born in Butler Co., Ohio, in 1831. He came to

Richland county with his parents, and worked at carpentering in the summer

seasons and taught school during the winter. He enlisted in 1863 in

the 72d Indiana regiment, and died in the service at Gallatin, Tenn.

Henry Gault was born in Tippecanoe Co., Ind., in 1845, and was ten years

old when his parents settled in the town of Eagle. He enlisted in

November, 1864, in the 37th Wisconsin, company H, and was killed at the

battle of Petersburg, Va. Edward W, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Gault, was

born in Tippecanoe Co., Ind., in 1847, and came to Eagle at the age of

eight years. Here he attended the district school and assisted his

father in clearing a farm. He was married in 1872 to Susie Cook, a native

of Ohio. He now occupies the homestead.

REF:

TURKELSON, Hans Edward 1907 1963 04-24-1907 04-19-1963~b

Married Jessie Matilda Carter on October 24, 1933. [See Jessie

~BHOOVER]

Son of Thomas & Alvina M. (Paulson) Turkelson.

iii. Hans Edward Turkelson, born April 24, 1909 in Richland County, WI; died April 19, 1963 in Richwood Township, Richland County, WI; married Jessie Matilda Carter October 24, 1933 in Richland County, WI.

2. Hans Edward Turkelson, born April 24, 1909 in Richland County, WI; died April 19, 1963 in Richwood Township, Richland County, WI. He was the son of 4. Thomas Franklin Turkelson and 5. Alvina Matilda Paulson. He married 3. Jessie Matilda Carter October 24, 1933 in Richland County, WI.

Notes for Hans Edward Turkelson:

Was born on farm on Norwegian Ridge located east to the Methodist Church. They had to go through a series of gates to get to the farm.

More About Hans Edward Turkelson:

Burial: Richland Methodist Cemetery, Richwood Township, Richland County, WI

Occupation: Electrician & Farmer

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