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OBITUARIES OF TRAILL COUNTY

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L. T. PETERSON

Source: Unknown
1954
L. T. Peterson

Funeral services for L.T. Peterson, 73, will be held Friday in St. John Church. Mr. Peterson, a life-long resident of the area died April 17.
Born in Portland, N.D., May 20, 1880, Mr. Peterson farmed in Steele County for more than 40 years. He retired in 1946 and moved to Hatton. He and Mrs. Peterson observed their golden wedding anniversary in 1950.
Surviving are his wife; eight children, Theodore and Albert Peterson, Portland, N.D.; Melvin Peterson, Los Angeles, Calif.; Hjalmer and Joseph Peterson and Mrs. George Erickson of Hatton; Mrs. Hector Karlstad, Mayville; and Norman Peterson, Finley; two sisters, Mrs. Julia Thales and Mrs. Anna Anderson, Mayville; 22 grandchildren and six great grandchildren.

Contributed by Ardy Moe


MRS. O. H. PLADSON

Hatton Woman Dies At Fargo

Mrs. O.H. Pladson, aged 63 years, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. K.K. Blakken in Fargo. She had been confined to her bed for some time and death was not unexpected. A month ago she came to the city to visit with her daughter and was suddenly taken ill about one week after her arrival. The deceased was born in Norway and emigrated into country when quite young. After her marriage she settled down on a farm near Hatton. Seven children survive her. Funeral arrangements are not complete as yet, but the services will probably take place at the Norwegian Lutheran church at Hatton. Grand Forks Daily Herald, April 29, 1915

Contributed by Ardy Moe

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