Herbert Allen James STRAND (b. January 30, 1904, d. November 28, 1983)
Herbert Allen James STRAND (son of Fredrick STRAND and Mathilda ROSAASEN) was born January 30, 1904 in Glenwood, Pope County, MN, and died November 28, 1983 in Madison, WI.He married Myrtle Helen Boness on October 4, 1930 in Grace Methodist Episcopal in Dubuque, Iowa. Notes for Herbert Allen James STRAND: Obit: Herbert Allen James STRAND STRAND, Herbert A. Madison - Herbert A. STRAND age 79 passed away on Monday November 28, 1983, at a local nursing home.He was born on January 30, 1904 in Glenwood, Minnesota.He was employed with the Democrat Printing Company, which later became Webcrafters, Inc. for many years.He retired in 1963.He married the former Myrtle Boness on October 4, 1930, in Dubuque, Iowa.They had celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.She preceded him in death in February of 1982.Herbert was a former member of the Eagles Club. Surviving him are two sons Gary of Madison and Jame of El Cajon California; a daughter Mrs. Jerome (Maureen) Syverud of Madison, seven grandchildren; six sisters, Frances Bessinger of Seattle, Washington, Evelyn Phoenix of Preeceville Saskatchewan, Doris Rosten of Preeceville, Saskatchewan, Lillian Soehniein of Madison, Phyllis Anderson of Edmonton, Alberta, and Verna Walker of Winnipeg, Manitoba: and two brothers Wilfred of Vancouver, British Columbia, and Lorne of Preeceville, Saskatchewan.He was further preceded in death by a son Herbert in 1949; a brother Ernest; and a sister Alva.Funeral services will be held at the GUNDERSON FUNERAL HOME 5203 Monona Drive, at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday December 1.The Reverend Gleen Bragstad will officiate.Burial will be in Roselawn Memorial Park. Friends may call from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday November 30, at the funeral home. Buried in Roselawn Cemetary in Madison, Wisconsin (North End) next to wife and son. Moved to Preeceville, SK Canada with his parents in 1906 and returned to the United States in 1928. Source for above: Gary STRAND, Madison, WI History from Gary STRAND: ---+---1----+----2----+----3----+----4----+----5----+----6----+----7----+----8 STRAND - Middle English derived from old english akin to old norse.Land at the end of a body of water. shore By Gary STRANDJanuary 6, 2002Update: July 25, 2005 Source: http://www.tribalpages.com/tribe/browse?userid=scottrode&view=0&pid=6804 &rand=38517 Father's side of the family: Andrew Anderson may have changed name to STRAND when he arrived from Sweden in 1880? Andrew STRAND Born: Sweden 1852 Died:1910 Pope County Chippewa Fall, Minnesota Married: Anna Jensen in 1878 in Sweden Children: Anna Christine July 28, 1881 - July 2 1980 Pope County Glenwood, Minnesota Carl J December 1882 - 1970 Fredrick June 29, 1884 - December 2, 1964 Mathilda February 1886 - Unknown Ole AJanuary 1888 - Unknown Hjalmer A. August 1892 - Unknown Caroline J. April 1894 - Unknown Julia A. Fredrick STRAND Born: June 29, 1884 Terrace, Pope County, Minnesota Died: December 02, 1964 Preeceville, Saskatchewan Canada Married: Mathilda ROSAASEN Born: July 22, 1882 Sacred Heart, Minnesota Died: 1967 or 1968 not sure Mathilda ROSAASEN mother and father Father: Halvor ROSAASEN Born: Norway 1854 Mother: Janna (Skonberg) ROSAASEN Norway 18?? Herbert Allen James STRAND Son of Fredrick STRAND & Mathilda ROSAASEN Born: January 30, 1904 Glenwood, Minnesota Died: November 28, 1983 Madison, Wisconsin Buried: Roselawn Cemetary Madison, Wisconsin (North end next to wife and son) Moved with parents to Preeceville Saskatchewan Canada in 1906 Returned to United States in 1928 Sisters: Frances Bessinger of Seattle, Washington Evelyn Phoenix of Preeceville, Saskatchewan Doris Rosten of Preeceville, Saskatchewan Lillian Soehnlein of Madison, Wisconsin Phyllis Anderson of Edmonton, Alberta Verna Walker of Winnipeg, Manitoba Alva STRAND died 1932 - See funeral service at end Brothers: Wilfred of Vancouver, British Columbia Lorne of Preeceville, Saskatchewan Ernest of Madison, Wisconsin died 1941 buried at Roselawn Cemetery Myrtle Helen Boness and Herbert Allen James STRAND were married on October 4, 1930 at the Grace Metodist Espiscopal parage in Dubuque, Iowa by Rev. B. A. Wendlandt.They met at a violin concert at Firemens Park in Columbus, Wisconsin. Children: Herbert Fredrick RobertJuly 16, 1933 - March 24, 1949 Buried next to Mother and Father in Roselawn Cemetary Madison, Wisconsin Maureen Joan (Syverud)Born: September 4, 1936 lives in Temecula, California Gary AllenBorn: December 14, 1944 lives in Madison, Wisconsin James Douglas Born: August 6, 1947 lives in Everett, Washington Mother's side of the family: Myrtle Helen Boness Born: February 10, 1914Town of Fountain Prairie, Wisconsin Died: February 9,1982 Madison, Wisconsin Buried: Roselawn Cemetery Section A, Madison, Wisconsin Sisters: Ivah L. LynchFebruary 2, 1902, May 30, 1973 Married Ernest D. Lynch January 4, 1898, August 24, 1959 Buried next to each other in Roselawn Cenetery Section A. Madison, Wisconsin Isabel P. Schou 1906 - 1981 Married Werner O. Schou 1896 - 1971 Buried Oregon, Wisconsin Brothers: Harry A.Killed by a train in Madison buried next to Hattie and Robert in Hillside Cemetery, Columbus, Wisconsin JamesBuried at Columbus, Wisconsin (adopted, mother Isabel Boness) Hattie Lees and Robert Boness were married on October 4, 1899. Father: Robert Bonessfrom Ixonia, Wisconsin Born: November 16, 1876 Oconomowac, Wisconsin Died: June 16, 1956 Buied: Hillside Cemetery Columbus, Wisconsin Section 4 Father: August Boness Born: Germany August 20, 1836 Died: Columbus Wisconsin January 30, 1911 Mother: Caroline (Nieman) Boness Born: Germany September 10, 1841 Died: Columbus, Wisconsin December 2, 1915 Hillside Cemetery Columbus, Wisconsin information 23 Addition IV - 8-20-1836 1-30-19112-1-1911 Boness August 23 Addition IV - 9-10-1841 12-2-1915 12-4-1915 Boness Caroline Widow of August Boness 23 Addition IV -- 1933 4-12-1933 Boness Louie Buried on August Boness lot 46 Addition IV - 7-19-1917 5-13-1938 5-16-1938 Boness Harry A. Killed by train at Madison 46 Addition IV 318811963 2-18-1963 Boness Hattie Widow of Robert Boness 46 Addition IV 218761956 6-15-1956 Boness Robert Mother: Hattie (Lees) Boness Born: May 15, 1881 in Fall River, Wisconsin Died: February 2, 1963 Father: Fred Lees Born: February 13, 1855 Westford Dodge County Wisconsin Died: December 14, 1927 Columbus, Wisconsin at Mrs. Robert Boness Home Buried: Fall River Cemetery Mother: Sarah (Battles) Lees Born: February 10, 1852 Fall River, Wisconsin Died: July 31, 1921 Fall River, Wisconsin Buried: Fall River Cemetery Brothers(2): William A. Born: January 8, 1878 in Fall River, WI. Died: January 13, 1953 in Decatur, IL. Married Viona Gurr in Fall River on November 12, 1902 They are both buried at Graceland Cemetery Decatur, IL. They had two children: William F. and Elvira George 1887-1974 Buried at Fall River Cemetery next to William,Mary,Fred, & Sarah Sisters (1): Mamiemarried Jessie Lynch Fred Lees Father: William Lees Born: February 5, 1821 in Farndon, North Hamptonshire, England Died: July 14, 1908 Fall River, Wisconsin Buried at Fall River Cemetery Returned to England to marry Miss Mary Allen on December 15, 1853 Mother: Mary (Allen) Lees Born: August 26, 1824 in England Died: May 23, 1918 Fall River, Wisconsin Buried at Fall River Cemetery Gary Allen STRAND Son of Herbert Allen James STRAND and Myrtle Helen (Boness) STRAND Born: December 14, 1944 Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin Madison General Hospital at 1:30 AM Graduated Central High School 1963 Graduated Madison Area Technical College 1964 Worked for the Gisholt Machine Company until May 1965 United States Air Force May 1963 - November 1968 Worked for the Gisholt Machine Company until February 1970 Graduated Madison Area Technical College 1973 Assoicate Degree in Business Adm Park Town Bowling Pro Shop 1975 - 1980 Wisconsin Match Game Champion - 1977 Pro Bowler - 3 region titles Member Madison Area Bowling Hall of Fame 1994 Ten perfect games, 4 800 series, average over 200 for 20+ years. Graduated Madison Area Technical Collage Associate Degree Computer Programming Worked for Alliant Energy for 20 years in their Information Services Department before retiring in 2003, to play as much golf as I can. Married: Diana Elizabeth Alderman of New Glarus, Green County, Wisconsin Born: May 7, 1948 Monroe, Green County, Wisconsin Daughter of Ralph John and Betty Johanna (Trickel) Alderman Married on May 16, 1970 at Primrose Lutheran Church on Ridge Road in Primrose Township, Dane County, Wisconsin Met on State Street in 1969, she liked my car, 1968 Corvette Sting Ray Diana worked for the State of Wisconsin for 39 years before retiring in August of 2005. Son: Ross Allen STRAND Born: February 21, 1971 Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin Madison General Hospital (Now Called Meriter) at 7:47 PM Came home in a 1969 Corvette Sting Ray Married October 12, 2002 to Randi Phelps Randi Phelps Born: October 12, 1977 Family of Ross and Randi STRAND Hunter Allen STRAND Born: May 7, 2005Milwaukee, Wisconsin St. Joseph Regional Medical Center at 9:51 PM Weight 7 lb.8 oz. Length: 21 inches Hunter is born on Diana's birthday, the first STRAND of the 21st century. From the North Prairie Church News of 1932 for Alva STRAND sister of Herbert Funeral Service:Death visited, for the first time, the STRAND family of North Prairie, and took away their little gifted and beloved Alva, 15 years of age.Of 11 children this is the first one to pass away. Alva died on Palm Sunday, at 2 o'clock in the morning, after an eight days' illness.The cause of death was pneumonia.The funeral took place in the North Prairie church on Holy Thursday at 2 o'clock, with the church filled to capacity with friends and relations.The pall bearers were six young boys, Delmar Melsness, Norris Sandager, Wilbur Roste, Spenser and Loyd Rosasen and Randall Hansen. The service was conducted by Rev.Haaland in the Enlish language, who spoke on the words of Peter in 1 Peter 1:5-9.A duet was sung by Rev. and Mrs. Haaland "Ved Barnets Baare" - "Farvel da, barn, Fra mor og far; Farvel fra soskendflok Farvel i Jeau nava, -du har Nu arv og eie nok""Jesus Lover of My Soul" was beautifully sung in a quartette by Mrs. Sandager, Henry Braum, Evelyn and Ludvis Molsness.The congregation sang "What a Friend We Have in Jesus" before the father and mother six sisters and four brothers.Two brothers, Earnest and Herbert, came from Madison, Wisconsin, to attend the funeral, and a sister, Mrs. Howard Johnson and her husband, from Estevan.There is also an uncle, Mr. Carl STRAND of Ketchen, a brother of Mr. STRAND, besides a number of cousins. May God comfort and strenghten the bereaved ones. Obit: Myrtle Helen (Boness) STRAND STRAND, Mrs. Herbert (Myrtle H.) Madison - Mrs. Herbert (Myrtle H.) STRAND age 68, of 733 Winchester Street, died at her home of an apparent heart attack, on February 10, 1982. The former Myrtle H. Boness was born February 10, 1914 in Fall River, Wisconsin and was a Madison resident since 1930. Mrs. STRAND was employed by Manchesters Inc. in the sales department for many years, and then worked for many years in Central Colony Food Service and retired in 1976.She was married to Herbert A.J. STRAND on October 4, 1930. Servivers in addition to her husband are a daughter, Mrs. Jerome (Maureen) Syverud of Madison: two sons Gary A. of Madison and James D. of San Diego: a borther James Boness of Columbus, Wisconsin; Seven grandchildren and three great grand children. She was preceded in death by a son Herbert F. in 1949.Funeral services will be held at the RYAN FUNERAL HOME 2418 North Sherman Avenue at 9:30 a.m on Saturday, February 13, 1982.Reverend Gleen W. Bragstad will officiate and burial will be in Roselawn Memorial Park.Friends may call at the RYAN fUNERAL HOME, from 5:00 to 8:00 Obit: Herbert Allen James STRAND STRAND, Herbert A. Madison - Herbert A. STRAND age 79 passed away on Monday November 28, 1983, at a local nursing home.He was born on January 30, 1904 in Glenwood, Minnesota.He was employed with the Democrat Printing Company, which later became Webcrafters, Inc. for many years.He retired in 1963.He married the former Myrtle Boness on October 4, 1930, in Dubuque, Iowa.They had celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.She preceded him in death in February of 1982.Herbert was a former member of the Eagles Club. Surviving him are two sons Gary of Madison and Jame of El Cajon California; a daughter Mrs. Jerome (Maureen) Syverud of Madison, seven grandchildren; six sisters, Frances Bessinger of Seattle, Washington, Evelyn Phoenix of Preeceville Saskatchewan, Doris Rosten of Preeceville, Saskatchewan, Lillian Soehniein of Madison, Phyllis Anderson of Edmonton, Alberta, and Verna Walker of Winnipeg, Manitoba: and two brothers Wilfred of Vancouver, British Columbia, and Lorne of Preeceville, Saskatchewan.He was further preceded in death by a son Herbert in 1949; a brother Ernest; and a sister Alva.Funeral services will be held at the GUNDERSON FUNERAL HOME 5203 Monona Drive, at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday December 1.The Reverend Gleen Bragstad will officiate.Burial will be in Roselawn Memorial Park. Friends may call from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday November 30, at the funeral home. From the microfile library of the Wisconson Historical Soc.July 27, 2004 Columbus Democrat Friday July 17, 1908 Fall River Wm. Lees an old resident here died at his home Tuesday morning. Funeral was Wednesday afternoon at the house. Obit: The New Era newspaper at Fall River, Wi. Friday July 17, 1908. Mr. William Lees was born in Farndon, North Hamptonshire, England February 5, 1821.He came to this country in the spring of '47 and lived at Waukesha six years, returned to England and was married to Miss Mary Allen December 15, 1853, after which they came to this country and resided in Waukesha six months, then to the town of Westford where they lived 12 years and where their son was born.In 1866 they moved to the farm one-half mile north of Fall River where he lived until his death which occurred on July 14, 1908 at the age of 87 years, 5 mo. and 9 days. His wife and son survive. He also leaves, to mourn their loss, four grandchiildren and three greatgrandchildren. The services were conducted at the house Wednesday afternoon by Rev. Dr. Murrish and the interment took place in the Fall River cenetery. CARD OF THANKS. We wish to kindly thank our kind fiends who so ably assisted us in the recent death and burial of our beloved husband and father. Mrs. Mary Lees. F. A. Lees and Family Wednesday June 6, 1921 Mrs. Fred Lees underwent an operation at St. Marys Hospital at Columbus, at this writing is doing as well as can be expected. Will Lees of Decator, Ill. was called here by the serious illness of his mother, Mrs. Fred Lees. July 13, 1921 Will Lees Jr. of Decator, Ill. returned home Sunday after visiting relatives here the past week. August 3, 1921 Wednesday Mrs. Fred Lees died at her home in the village early Sunday morning. Funeral was held from the M.E. church Tuesday at 2 P.M. Rev. Lane officating.Surviving are her husband two daughters and two sons. Will Lees of Decatur, Ill. was called here by the death of his mother Mrs. Fred Lees. Octobter 19, 1927 Fred Lees and son George have moved their household goods to the home of his daughter Mrs. Boness near Columbus, and will make their home there. December 21, 1927 Death Summons Local People Several Homes Darkened by Death Angle During Pass Week. Fred A. Lees Fred A. Lees was born on the 13th day of February 1855, in the town of Westford, Dodge Co., Wisconsin, and died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Robt. Boness on the 14th day of December 1927, at the age of 72 years 10 months and 1 day. His boyhood was spent with his parents, William and Mary Lees, who moved, when he was 11 years old to a farm one half mile north of Fall River. In 1919 he left the farm and moved into Fall River living there until eight weeks ago. On the 3rd of July 1876, he was married to Sarah Battles.There were four children all of whom survive.They are William A. Lees of Decatur Ill., Mrs Robt. Boness and George Lees of Columbus, and Mrs. Jessie Lynch of Albany, Wis. Mrs. Lees died July 31, 1921. Nine grandchildren and eight great grandchildren also survive.The funeral was held Saturday Dec. 17th, at the home of Mrs. Robt. Boness. Burial was at Fall River.Rev. H. G. Trost of the Columbus Broadway M.E. church officiated. Other: Wm Gurr is entertaining his father from Lake Mills. Miss Lucile Lynch of Madison is visiting at the Jessie Lynch home. July 21, 1921 The barn on the Fred Lees farm was struck by lighting Sunday afternoon and burned to the ground.Two head of horses and a calf were in the barn and were victims of the flames.A considerable quantity of hay and farm equipment were consumed.Jesse Lynch, a son-in-LAW of Mrs. Lees occupied the place. More About Herbert Allen James STRAND: Comment 1: Attended elementary school at North Prair. Comment 2: High school Lutheran College, Outlook, SK. Comment 3: Success Business College, Regina, SK. Ethnicity/Relig.: Lutheran. Event 1: October 4, 1930, Married Myrtle Boness, Columbus, Wisconsin. Event 2: October 1963, Herbert suffered a stroke. Event 3: October 4, 1981, 51st wedding anniversary. Event 4: 1982, Myrtle died. Occupation: Democrat Printing Co. Madison, Wisconsin. Residence: Madison, Wisconsin.
Herbert & Myrtle oct 4, 1930
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