|Født :||14.04.1852||Damsgaardshus, Lendum sogn||Kilde|
|Døbt :||09.05.1852||Lendum Kirke, Horns, Hjørring, DK||Kilde|
|Død :||26.01.1926||Clifton, USA||-|
|Noter : Kilde Mikrokort C 71-30 kort nr. 3/7 side nr. 162-163 Lendum Kirkebog.|
Hansine Hansen er født. d. 14/4 1852 Damsgaardhuus Lendum Sogn Hjørring Amt. Døbt d. 9/5 1852 i Kirken.
Forældre: Pige Christiane Hansdatter 30 år gl. Indsidder i Damsgaardhuus.
Til Barnefader udlagt, Ungk. Niels Christian Christensen ??? I Frederikshavn.
Pigen Mariane Jensdatter i Kiursesgaard (mener jeg der står)
Pigen Thomine Jensdatter ibden.
Ungk. Jørgen ??? Pedersen i Kjersg. (svært at se hvad mellem navn skal være.)
Ungk. Christian Peter Pedersen Kame?.
Lomf. 13/6 52.
MRS. CHRIS CHRISTENSEN
Mrs. Hansena Christensen, beloved wife of Mr. Chris Christensen, passed away Tuesday noon, January 26, 1926, at her home in Clifton.
Mrs. Christensen was 73 years, 8 months, 12 days of age and was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hansen. She was born in Denmark, April 14th, 1852 and the first twenty two-years of her life was spent in Landon, Denmark, the place of her birth, where she grew to young womanhood and obtained her education.
When at the age of twenty-two years she united in marriage with Mr. Chris Christensen on November the 7th. They continued to live in Landon for several years where four of their twelve children were born.
In 1881 they and their four children embarked for this country and settled in or near Kankakee where they resided for one year.
They then moved to the farm now tenated by Mr. Speckman and worked there for one year, then two years were spent in the village of Clifton. They then moved to the Marshal Farm north of the village where they resided for eighteen years.
Just twelve years ago this spring they moved into the village where they have made their home.
When but a girl she united with the Lutheran Church and has remained a true and faithful member of that belief, and the last sad rites were conducted from the church she loved so well.
Of the twelve children born to this union, eight survive her with her grief stricken husband, namely, Mrs. E.F. Brink, of Kankakee, Mrs. Peter Estergard, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Emile and John of Clifton, Mrs. Elwood
Brink, Peter and William of Kankakee, and Mrs. John Thompson of Clifton.
She also leaves seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild, besides a host of sorrowing friends.
Four of her children preceded her in death, namely, one daughter, who died in Denmark, Katrina, Mrs. Chris Abild??? who passed away about thirty years ago; Chris aged ? and Walter aged 4 years.
For a period of 52 years this couple have lived together and in November 1924 the family assembled at their home and the fiftieth wedding anniversary of this estimable couple was celebrated.
Mrs. Christensen's home life was spotless and one of devotion to her husband and family. Always kind and cheerful and soothing them in times of trouble. Her many kind deeds and words have left an imprint on their minds that time will never erase. Not only to her family was she a devoted companion, but to her friends and neighbors also. When in times of sorrow or trouble she was always ready with a helping hand to aid them.
The funeral services were conducted at the home of the deceased Saturday at 1:30 o'clock, and at the Lutheran Church at 2:00 o'clock, where the Rev. Lang conducted the ceremonies.
Floral offerings of beauty were sent by the many friends of the family which in itself bespoke a silent tribute to the memory of the dead.
The pall bearers were Carl Madsen, Carl Christensen, Ole Lauridsen, Nick Sorensen, Peter Madsen and Andrew Anderson. Interment was made in the Clifton Cemetery.
To the sorrowing members of this family we extend our heartfelt sympathy to you in you hours of sorrow.
|Niels Christian Christensen||Kristiane Hansdatter|
|07.11.1874 - Christen Christensen||
1874 - Katrine Christine Christensen
02.01.1875 - Christine Laurine Christensen
18.03.1879 - Karoline Christensen
05.11.1880 - Emil Christian Christensen
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