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1930 - US Census - Fort Peck Reservationk, Roosevelt Co., Montana - Albert M. Stai, head, age 36, single, born in Minnesota, can read and write, parents born in Norway, Farmer, owns the farm.
Albert's confirmation record confirms his date of birth as 5 Feb., 1894. His marriage license reaffirms this date and lists his place of birth as Evansville, Minnesota and identifies his parents as Ole Stai and Anna Anderson.
At the time of Albert's marriage to Emma Mann, he was living in Benrude, Roosevelt Co., Montana.
Services for A. Stai, Wolf Point
Funeral services were held Saturday, Dec. 10, at the First Lutheran Church of Wolf Point for Albert Martinius Stai, 72, who died Wednesday, Dec. 7, with Rev. David Larson officiating.
Stai was born in Evansville, Minn., February 5, 1894, the son of Anna and Ole Stai. He came to the Benrud community in 1917 where he has farmed since that time.
Emma Mann became his wife in June of 1930. Ten children were born to the couple, three of which preceeded Stai in death.
He is survived by his widow Emma, three sons, Willard, Wolf Point; Norman, Casper, Wyoming; Melvin, Scobey; four daughters, Evelyn, Billings; Norma and Marlene, Wolf Point; Janice, Downey, Calif.; 10 grandchildren, four brothers, Raymond, Minot, N.D.; Henry, Minneapolis, Minn.; C. Stai, Levin Valley, Minn.; Clarence, San Mateo, Calif.; and five sisters, Olga, Levin Valley, Minn.; Ella, Minneapolis, Minn.; Selma, Evansville, Minn.; Mable, Tesdale, Saskatchewan, Canada; Eleanor, Minot, N.D.. Two brothers preceded him in death.
Albert Stai succumbs
Albert Stai, a long-time resident of the Benrud community north of Wolf Point died Wednesday morning at Trinity Hosiptal in Wolf Point.
Funeral arrangements for Stai, a well-known farmer, are still pending.
We wish to take thsi opportunity t thank our many friends who stood by us in our sorrow, losing a husband, father, grandfather and brother.
We especially thank Rev. David Larson, Dr. Knapp and Lyman Clayton, the ladies who served the lunch, also the ones that sent cards and flowers.
The family of Albert Stai