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Notes for JOSEPH HENERY COULSON:
From "Erwin: The First 100 Years" in a story by Pearl Larson
Joseph Coulson and Mildred Armstrong Coulson came from Liverpool, England to the United States in 1881. They had 11 children: William (never married), John, George (never married), Henry (Frank and Bert Coulson's dad), Thoms (George and Alys Coulson's dad), Charles (never married), Robert (Alfred Coulson's father), Edward (Fred, Mildred, Hattie and Edith's father), Rebecca (Mrs. Fred Waby) (Mrs. Myrtie Marquardt's mother), Mary (Mrs. Tim Waby), and Ann (Mrs. Billy Brown).
Joseph passed away in 1882, near St. Charles, Minnesota. Mildred came to South Dakota with her son in 1882, and homesteaded northeast of Erwin. They recorded the first claim in 1883.
PL Coulson notebook: "Dorothy Chase tried to find Ed's dad's grave, but church burned and so did the records, no head stone."
More About JOSEPH HENERY COULSON:
Burial: St. Charles, MN
Immigration: 1881, From Liverpool England to St Charles, MN