Brooklyn Standard Union obit May 1, 1882. Lars NILSEN, well known in the Norwegian and Scandanavian missions in South Brooklyn and Bay Ridge, died on Sunday at the home of his sisters, Mrs. Henry SEE, 69 Thirdplace. He was born in Norway seventy-three years ago and had been a resident of Brooklyn for twenty-five years. He was a salesman employed by the Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company for fifteen years, and is survived, besides his sister, by one son, Theodore GRAY, and one daughter, Mrs. H.B. TRAVER. Funeral services will be held to-morrow at 2 P.M. at the Mission, 22 Woodhall street, the Rev. J.C. HERR officiating. Interment at Greenwood Cemetery under direction of Louis W. THORGESEN, of 300 Court street. I am not related & have no ohter info.