Notes for Pauline Marie Tygesen:|
Pauline moved out of Emmerlev to Hojer on October 30, 1866, then back to Emmerlev on November 10, 1866. She then moved to Skads on November 2, 1869.
At age 25, Pauline (Tygesen) Paulsen left Hamburg, Germany on April 14, 1875. She traveled on the "S. S. Holsahia" along with her daughter Helen (age 11 months) and her husband's brother Paul Paulsen (age 26). The ship was captained by A. Barends and reached its destination of New York City on April 28, 1875.
Pauline Marie Tygesen and Anna Helena Tygesen were sisters that married brothers Hans and Paul, respectively.
|3||i.||Helene Marie Paulsen, born 27 Jun 1873 in Norre Sejerslev, Emmerlev Parish,Hojer District, Tonder County, Denmark; died 14 May 1951 in Brookings, Brookings County, South Dakota, USA; married Anders Paulsen 27 Apr 1899 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.|
|ii.||Nelse R. Paulson, born 25 Aug 1876 in Kellogg, Jasper County, Iowa; died 12 Apr 1950 in Newton, Jasper County, Iowa; married Lulu Luvicy Bunker 12 Jan 1904 in Kellogg, Jasper County, Iowa; born 13 Jan 1886 in Stockton, Muscatine County, Iowa; died 18 Aug 1963 in Newton, Jasper County, Iowa.|
Notes for Nelse R. Paulson:|
"To Hold Paulson Funeral Rites at Kellogg Sunday
Funeral services for Nelse R. Paulson, 73, lifetime resident of Jasper county who died at his home Wednesday, will be held at two o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Kellogg Christian Church.
Rev. Clyde McDonald of De Moines will officiate at the services assisted by Rev. C. W. Risinger, pastor of the Kellogg Christian Church. Burial will be in the Newton Union cemetery.
The body will lie in state at the Toland Funeral home until Saturday noon.
Pallbearers will be Hugo Relchelt, Merlyn Thorpe, Ernest Brooks, Byard Craven, C. E. Powers and F. C. Turner. The flower committee is composed of Mrs. Ernest Brooks, Mrs. Byard Craven and Mrs. Merlyn Thorpe.
The soloist, Mrs. Robert Mulford, will sing "Going Down the Valley" and "Have Thine Own Way, Lord," accompanied by Mrs. Mabel Veber.
Survivors are his wife; two daughters, Mrs. John Williams of Newton and Mrs. Russell Dunn of Kellogg; a son, Gerald Paulson of Wetumpka, Ala., a grandson, Charles Paulson, of Des Moines; two brothers, Martin H. Paulson of Grinnell and Andrew Paulson of Newton; and three sisters, Mrs. Lena Paulson of Badger, S.D., Mrs. C. D. Newell of Newton and Mrs. C. T. Larson of Elgin, Ill."
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Burial: 15 Apr 1950, Newton Union Cemetery, Newton, Jasper County, Iowa
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Burial: Aug 1963, Newton Union Cemetery, Newton, Jasper County, Iowa
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Marriage: 12 Jan 1904, Kellogg, Jasper County, Iowa
|iii.||Christine Paulson, born 03 Sep 1878 in Kellogg, Jasper County, Iowa; died 03 Aug 1970 in Newton, Jasper County, Iowa; married Clifton Daniel Newell 03 Jan 1909; born 31 Dec 1878 in Newton Township, Jasper County, Iowa.|
Notes for Christine Paulson:|
Christine is listed twice in the 1900 census, in Iowa and Illinois. She apparently traveled between the two time periods of the census to be with her sister Helene Marie in order to help with the delivery of Emma.
1900 Rock Creek, Jasper County, Iowa census
Hans Paulson M Male 49 Germany Immigration 1874
Pauline wife M F 53 Germany Immigration 1874
Christiana dau S F 21 Iowa
Lena dau S F 20 Iowa
Andrew son S M 18 Iowa
Charley son S M 14 Iowa
Martin son S M 12 Iowa
1900 Calumet, Cook County, Illinois census
Andrew Paulson M Male 38
Marie wife M F 26
Christine SIL S F 21
Notes for Clifton Daniel Newell:|
Jasper County, Iowa ~~~ Historical and Genealogical Data Exchange
Clifton Delano Newell
This is an age in which the farmer stands pre-eminently above any other class as a producer of wealth. He simply takes advantage of the winds, the warm air, the bright sunshine and the refreshing rains, and applying his own hands and skill to nature's gifts he creates grain, hay, livestock, etc., all of which are absolute necessities to the inhabitants of the world, for no matter what our vocations and avocations may be or where we may choose to maintain our home, we cannot lose sight of the fact that we are depending upon the tiller of the soil and without him the entire human race would perish. It has been well said by one of our wisest men, "Burn down your cities and leave our farms and they will spring up again as if by magic, but destroy the farms and the grass will grow in the streets of every city."
One of this large class of the world's benefactors is Clifton Delano Newell, of Kellogg Township, Jasper County, who was born December 31, 1878, in Newton Township. He is the son of George W. and Amanda (Brown) Newell, the father born in Knox County, Ohio, and the mother's birth also occurred in that County on August 11, 1848. They grew to maturity there, were educated and married in their home community and began life on the farm, in fact, have continued to engage in agricultural pursuits until the present time. They came to Jasper County, Iowa, in 1878, locating in Newton Township, living a year on a rented farm a mile northwest of the town of Newton, and they continued to live in that vicinity until 1892, when they moved to a farm three miles southeast of Newton, and there became very comfortably established.
To Mr. and Mrs. George W. Newell six children have been born, namely: Nora E., Clifton Delano, of this review, Bessie H., Baxter E., Clayton Elmer and George Martin. The immediate subject of this sketch grew to manhood in Jasper County and attended the public schools, attending high school at Newton for three years. After leaving the schoolroom he took up farming with his father, on the shares, thus working until 1909, when, having gotten a good start, he purchased the one-hundred-and- forty -acre farm on which he now lives, eighty acres of which is located in section 32, Kellogg Township, and sixty-eight acres in section 5, Buena Vista Township. Until recently he owned three hundred and twenty acres in South Dakota, which he has now disposed of. His home place has been well improved and is very skillfully managed, and he carries on general farming and stock raising in a successful manner, making a specialty of breeding an excellent grade of stock.
Mr. Newell was married on January 3, 1909, to Christine Paulson, who was born in Kellogg Township, this County, September 3, 1878, the daughter of Hans M. and Pauline (Tygersyn) Paulson, both born in Denmark. They were the parents of ten children, seven of whom are living, namely: Helena Marie, Nelse R., Christine, wife of Mr. Newell of this review; Lena, Andrew, Catherine is deceased; Charley Martin, Henry is deceased, and one child died in infancy.
Politically, Mr. Newell is independent, and he belongs to the Methodist Church.
~~copied on June 28, 2005 from the web site
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Marriage: 03 Jan 1909
|iv.||Laurine Paulson, born 21 Mar 1880 in Kellogg Township, Jasper County, Iowa; died 01 Jan 1978 in Elmhurst Hospital, Villa Park, DuPage County, Illinois; married Garfield Thomas Larson 20 Dec 1905 in Newton, Jasper County, Iowa; born 02 Sep 1882 in Chicago, Illinois; died 14 Apr 1959 in Elgin Hospital, Lily Lake, Illinois.|
Notes for Laurine Paulson:|
Funeral card read:
"In Loving Memory of Laurine P. Larson of Villa Park, formerly of Lily Lake, who passed away Sunday, January 1st, 1978 at Elmhurst Hospital, following a collapse at home.
Age 97, she was born March 21, 1880 in Iowa, the daughter of Hans and Pauline Thygerson Paulson. On December 20, 1905 she was united in marriage to Garfield Larson at Newton, Iowa. They farmed in Iowa and Lily Lake area until 1927 when they became proprietors of Larson's Delicatessen Store on east Main Street at St. Charles. In the early forties they built their home on Hanson Road at Lily Lake, where he passed away in 1959. Except for a year in Oregon, she had made her home for the past 12 years with her granddaughter Mrs. Laurine Pederson and family at Villa Park, Ill. She was a member of the Danish Sisterhood in St. Charles.
The last of her generation she leaves 1 son Jay of Oregon, 5 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and 3 great-great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.
She is preceded in death by her husband, Garfield, 1 daughter Bernice Eliason, a son Lyle, 4 sisters and 5 brothers, 1 great-grandson Larry White.
Her funeral service will be held at Conley Funeral Home, Thursday at 1:30 P.M. The Vicor Christine Thomas-Echelbarger of Grace Luthern Church, Lily Lake, will officiate and interment will be at Lily Lake Cemetery."
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Burial: 05 Jan 1978, Lily Lake Cemetery, Lily Lake, Illinois
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Burial: Apr 1959, Lily Lake Cemetery, Lily Lake, Illinois
Medical Information: hospitalized April 3, 1959 and died April 14, 1959.
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Marriage: 20 Dec 1905, Newton, Jasper County, Iowa
|v.||Andrew Paulson, born 03 Jan 1882 in near Kellogg, Jasper county, Iowa; died 24 Jan 1958 in Kellogg, Jasper County, Iowa; married Zella Elizabeth Bunker 24 Oct 1911; born 24 Apr 1888 in Kellogg, Jasper County, Iowa; died 24 Apr 1969.|
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Burial: 26 Jan 1958, Our Silent City Cemetery, Kellogg, Jasper County, Iowa
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Marriage: 24 Oct 1911
|vi.||Katie Paulson, born 14 Nov 1884 in Kellogg Township, Jasper county, Iowa; died 16 Aug 1891 in Kellogg Township, Jasper county, Iowa.|
Notes for Katie Paulson:|
According to sister Helene Marie Paulsen's 1891 diary, Katie and Henry are buried next to each other.
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Cause of Death: Typhoid fever - from contaminated drinking water
|vii.||Charley J. Paulson, born 29 Dec 1885 in Kellogg Township, Jasper county, Iowa; died 04 Apr 1919 in Great Lakes, Iowa.|
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Burial location: 04 Apr 1919, Kellogg, Jasper County, Iowa
Cause of Death: pneumonia in a naval hospital after the Armistice of WW1
|viii.||Martin Hans Paulson, born 12 Jul 1887 in Kellogg Township, Jasper county, Iowa; died 10 Oct 1976 in Grinnell, Poweshiek County, Iowa; married Margaret Mae Elmore; born 15 Jan 1891 in near Grinnell, Poweshiek County, Iowa; died 01 Oct 1972 in Grinnell, Poweshiek County, Iowa.|
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Burial: 12 Oct 1976, Hazelwood Cemetery, Grinnell, Poweshiek County, Iowa
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Burial: 04 Oct 1972, Hazelwood Cemetery, Grinnell, Poweshiek County, Iowa
|ix.||Henry Paulsen, born 28 Apr 1890 in Kellogg Township, Jasper county(maybe 4/28/1889), Iowa; died Bef. 16 Aug 1891 in Kellogg Township, Jasper county, Iowa.|
Notes for Henry Paulsen:|
A handwritten history gives an age of 3 years at death, but according to sister Helene Marie Paulsen's 1891 diary, Katie is buried next to Henry. Thus Henry would have died before August 16, 1891.
More About Henry Paulsen:|
Cause of Death: typhoid fever from contaminated drinking water
|x.||female child Paulsen, born 02 Jan 1891 in Kellogg Township, Jasper county, Iowa; died 18 Jan 1891 in Kellogg Township, Jasper county, Iowa.|
Notes for female child Paulsen:|
According to Helene Marie Paulsen's 1891 diary, this "little sister" only lived 16 days.
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Cause of Death: probably from typhoid fever from contaminated drinking water