Sallie Stroud1

F, b. 18 May 1809, d. 23 October 1879
FatherJohn Stroud1 b. 12 Dec 1780, d. 8 Aug 1866
MotherFanny Eldridge1 b. 13 Aug 1785, d. 6 Jan 1867
Birth*18 May 1809 1 
Death*23 Oct 1879 1 

Citations

  1. [S701] Harriet D. Lowell, The Stroud Family History - Descendants of Captain Richard Stroud of New London, Connecticut (The Tuttle Company, Rutland, Vermont, 1934), pages 24.

Samuel Seaman Stroud

M, b. 17 February 1791, d. 27 October 1850
FatherCaptain Richard Stroud b. 1745, d. 18 Jun 1819
MotherElizabeth Billings b. 21 Sep 1750, d. 23 Dec 1833
Marriage* Principal=Hannah (?) 
Birth*17 Feb 1791 New London Co., Connecticut 
Marriage*19 May 1822 Principal=Lucretia Beebe 
Death*27 Oct 1850 age 601 
DeathDec 1857  

Family 1

Hannah (?) b. c 1791, d. 22 May 1817
Children
  • Oscar Stroud2
  • Amanda F. Stroud2
  • Samuel Stroud2

Family 2

Lucretia Beebe

Citations

  1. [S701] Harriet D. Lowell, The Stroud Family History - Descendants of Captain Richard Stroud of New London, Connecticut (The Tuttle Company, Rutland, Vermont, 1934), page 19.
  2. [S701] Harriet D. Lowell, The Stroud Family History - Descendants of Captain Richard Stroud of New London, Connecticut (The Tuttle Company, Rutland, Vermont, 1934), page 24.

Sarah Stroud1

F, b. 18 October 1830
FatherBillings William Stroud1 b. 5 Mar 1793, d. 6 Jan 1878
MotherBetsy Smith1 b. 6 Apr 1794, d. 22 Oct 1872
Birth*18 Oct 1830 1 

Citations

  1. [S701] Harriet D. Lowell, The Stroud Family History - Descendants of Captain Richard Stroud of New London, Connecticut (The Tuttle Company, Rutland, Vermont, 1934), page 25.

Sophia Stroud

F, b. 14 August 1769
FatherCaptain Richard Stroud b. 1745, d. 18 Jun 1819
MotherElizabeth Billings b. 21 Sep 1750, d. 23 Dec 1833
Birth*14 Aug 1769 New London Co., Connecticut 

Susanah Stroud

F, b. 11 October 1767, d. December 1811
FatherCaptain Richard Stroud b. 1745, d. 18 Jun 1819
MotherElizabeth Billings b. 21 Sep 1750, d. 23 Dec 1833
Married Name Parish 
Birth*11 Oct 1767 New London Co., Connecticut 
Marriage*28 Nov 1790 Norwich, Connecticut; Principal=Andew W. Parish1 
Death*Dec 1811 Norwich, New London Co., Connecticut 

Family

Andew W. Parish

Citations

  1. [S701] Harriet D. Lowell, The Stroud Family History - Descendants of Captain Richard Stroud of New London, Connecticut (The Tuttle Company, Rutland, Vermont, 1934), pages 13.

William Stroud

M, b. 21 July 1776, d. 18 September 1794
FatherCaptain Richard Stroud b. 1745, d. 18 Jun 1819
MotherElizabeth Billings b. 21 Sep 1750, d. 23 Dec 1833
Birth*21 Jul 1776 New London Co., Connecticut 
Death*18 Sep 1794  
Burial* Cedar Grove Cemetery Annex, New London Co., Connectiut1 

Citations

  1. [S701] Harriet D. Lowell, The Stroud Family History - Descendants of Captain Richard Stroud of New London, Connecticut (The Tuttle Company, Rutland, Vermont, 1934), pages 16.

William Burton Stroud1

M, b. 26 November 1802, d. 18 March 1874
FatherRichard Billings Stroud1 b. 24 Jul 1774, d. 4 Aug 1842
MotherRhoda Harvey1 b. 1779, d. 16 Dec 1852
Birth*26 Nov 1802 Preston, Connecticut1 
Death*18 Mar 1874 Middleton, Connecticut1 

Citations

  1. [S701] Harriet D. Lowell, The Stroud Family History - Descendants of Captain Richard Stroud of New London, Connecticut (The Tuttle Company, Rutland, Vermont, 1934), pages 19-23.

Albert Strout1

M, b. circa 1871
MotherJennie S. Hotchkiss1 b. c 1836
Birth*c 1871 Indiana, USA1 
Note*1880 May have been the adopted son of Richard Strout by Richard's 2nd wife, Jenny. Was listed as "son" of Richard Strout in the 1880 US Census, but his father is listed as born in Mass, whereas Richard's birthplace is listed here (as elsewhere) as Maine.1 

Citations

  1. [S23] 1880 US Census, IA, Atlantic, Cass Co., IA: p62, ED 32.

C.D. Strout1

M, b. circa 1859
FatherCaptain Richard Strout1 b. c 1819, d. Jul 1899
MotherSarah J. (?)1 b. c 1825
Birth*c 1859 Minnesota, USA1 
Residence*1860 Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA2 

Citations

  1. [S336] 1860 US Census, Minneapolis, 2nd Ward, Hennepin Co., Minnesota - page 200. C.D. was age 1.
  2. [S336] 1860 US Census, Minneapolis, 2nd Ward, Hennepin Co., Minnesota - page 200.

G.R. Strout1

M, b. circa 1857
FatherCaptain Richard Strout1 b. c 1819, d. Jul 1899
MotherSarah J. (?)1 b. c 1825
Birth*c 1857 Minnesota, USA1 
Residence*1860 Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA2 

Citations

  1. [S336] 1860 US Census, Minneapolis, 2nd Ward, Hennepin Co., Minnesota - page 200. G.R. was age 3.
  2. [S336] 1860 US Census, Minneapolis, 2nd Ward, Hennepin Co., Minnesota - page 200.

Joseph C. Strout1

M, b. circa 1850
FatherCaptain Richard Strout1 b. c 1819, d. Jul 1899
MotherSarah J. (?)1 b. c 1825
Birth*c 1850 Ohio, USA1 
Residence*1860 Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA2 

Citations

  1. [S336] 1860 US Census, Minneapolis, 2nd Ward, Hennepin Co., Minnesota - page 200. Joseph was age 10.
  2. [S336] 1860 US Census, Minneapolis, 2nd Ward, Hennepin Co., Minnesota - page 200.

Lillian Strout1

F, b. circa 1872
MotherJennie S. Hotchkiss1 b. c 1836
Birth*c 1872 Indiana, USA1 
Note*1880 May have been the adopted daughter of Richard Strout by Richard's 2nd wife, Jenny. Was listed as "daughter" of Richard Strout in the 1880 US Census, but her father is listed as born in Mass, whereas Richard's birthplace is listed here (as elsewhere) as Maine.1 

Citations

  1. [S23] 1880 US Census, IA, Atlantic, Cass Co., IA: p62, ED 32.

Captain Richard Strout

M, b. circa 1819, d. July 1899
Biography From Minnesota Railroads 1849-1875 (Ancestry.com online database) [note that original source citation is somewhat vague but identified as read by Marion P. Saterlee at a meeting of the Executive Council on September 11, 1911. Presumably from the MN Historical Society Collections]:

General history is very mute regarding Captain Richard Strout and his men who fought off the Sioux Indians at Acton on September 3, 1862, for three reasons:

First, the petty jealousy in public work, among leaders, including the printed abuse of a former Land Office appointee, who at the time pretty nearly directed the Indian war,--if you let him tell it.

Second, the company was composed of citizens who went forth of their own accord, virtually a sheriff's posse, such as might be picked up now to arrest robbers. About twenty were newly enlisted, undrilled soldiers, and the rest civilians. This fact has kept the company out of military history, or, worse, "damned it with faint praise."

Third, the "tee-hee" crowd, who saw an excruciatingly funny side to the Indian war, made these citizen soldiers the butt of much ridicule, despite the fact that, outnumbered more than four times, they beat off a savage foe, who later annihilated the idolized Custer and his unexcelled Indian-fighting soldiers. Add to this the efforts of misinformed writers, who,[p.357] having no knowledge of the times, Indians, or pioneer conditions, have elaborated or twisted the story until a participant, as Private De Witt C. Handy says, "has to scratch his head to remember if he was in the battle."
It is true that these men were not soldiers, and many were like A. H. Rose, who says, "I had never fired a gun before the battle, but they showed me how to load, and I pointed my gun at the Indians, shut my eyes, and pulled the trigger."

These are the chief reasons that Captain Strout and Company B are almost unknown in their home city. Many parties are now dead, and harsh language is unbecoming; but only the tongue of slander can tell other than this: "Strout and his men went forth in good faith, and performed their duty boldly and without wavering, so far as they were able." For defense of this position read the story.

On Sunday, August 17, 1862, five persons were massacred by Sioux Indians at Acton, in Meeker county. This outrage precipitated the celebrated Minnesota Sioux Indian War of that year. Word was received in Minneapolis the 19th, and following this came tidings from the Lower Agency that every person there had been killed, that Company B, of the Fifth Minnesota, under Captain Marsh, had been ambushed and nearly all slaughtered, and that the Indians had commenced the long threatened "war of extermination." By the next day the refugees from near settlements came pouring through the city in mortal fear of Indians, panic-stricken, deserting everything and fleeing for life. Fears for the safety of relatives and friends on the frontier, and anger at the horrible outrages committed, created intense excitement. Sunday, the 24th, was a memorable time at the churches and public gatherings. It was decided that the state and citizens must act at once, and not wait for the slow moving general government, or the state would be depopulated and ruined.

Leading in the earnest movement, Captain Strout, who was organizing a company for the Ninth Minnesota volunteers, was ordered to gather what he could of his company (the men were on leave preparatory to enter the service), enlist citizens for short term service, and report at Glencoe, McLeod county. On Tuesday the 26th, at noon, the company assembled at Bridge[p.358] Square, on Nicollet avenue and Second street, about sixty men strong, not including teamsters. They were equipped with discarded smooth-bore Austrian muskets, no uniforms, nor sufficient wagon train, but the captain had authority to impress teams as he might need them. Each member was given his complement of ball cartridge, and they marched away up the river, and camped in the northern part of Brooklyn township that night.

The next morning a team owned by Andrew Smith was impressed from D. B. Thayer's threshing crew, at Osseo, and others were secured along the route till a good part of the men could ride. Wednesday night they camped at Monticello in Wright county, after a hard march. Thursday they made a fifteen-mile march, camping at night in Clearwater. Friday a march of thirty-five miles to Forest City ended at dusk. Saturday they went by way of Greenleaf and Cedar Mills to Hutchinson, where they camped about the church. On the day's march they found one place where the people had fled leaving the table spread for a meal, at another the beds were thrown open as if flight had commenced in the night. But they saw no Indians, nor further signs.

Sunday morning, August 31, they marched to Glencoe, their objective point, and arrived in time for the church meeting. As matters were reported serious at the settlements lying to the northwest, it was decided to return to Forest City, so on Monday they marched back to Cedar Mills, where camp was pitched. On Tuesday they went leisurely to Acton, and considerable time was spent in repairing a bad slough crossing, a fortunate job. On that afternoon they entered the Acton woods from the east, and after inspecting the Baker place, where four persons had been murdered, they marched on to the Jones place and pitched their camp. The place was surrounded by timber, and the tents were set in the yard about the house.

Captain Strout has been criticized for camping in these woods, despite the fact that no damage resulted from the act. In reply to his critics, let us note that the Sioux were prairie Indians, and there is no record of their selecting a battle ground in timber. Birch Coulie and Wood Lake were fought[p.359] on the prairie; Custer's command was slaughtered in the open. The two latter fields were selected for battle by the Indians. At Acton the Indians had the command surrounded in the dense timber, and could have forced battle had they so desired. The opening tragedy of Birch Coulie is a sample of what Strout might have met had he camped in the open prairie.

The Sioux strong point in fighting was to make themselves invisible by covering their heads and bodies with prairie grass, which practice has caused men time and again to testify that "the Indians seemed to rise out of the ground." Furthermore, the attack was not made next morning until the company was a long mile from the woods, though Indians were in the timber at the time. It is not known that Captain Strout considered the question, but his judgment is not censurable if he did.

On this Tuesday, September 2, Captain George C. Whitcomb and a squad of the Forest City Home Guards were at Hokan Peterson's place, about twelve miles from Forest City. He was watching Indians at the Acton woods, some three or four miles off, when suddenly about 150 Indians rose from the grass a few rods away. The squad escaped in short order but lost a wagon which stuck in a miry place. On arriving at Forest City, Captain Whitcomb found Strout's messenger, saying that his company would camp at Acton that night. From what he had seen, Whitcomb knew that the Indians were preparing to entrap Strout's command. He at once called for volunteer scouts to warn Strout of his danger and tell him to examine his ammunition. Three brave fellows, Jesse V. Branham, Jr., Thomas G. Holmes, and Albert H. Sperry, stepped forward.

A digression here is needed for the benefit of the present generation, regarding conditions of those days. Sioux Indians on the prairie were as treacherous as snakes in grass. They were absolutely noiseless in action, would crawl as fast as white men walk, and were nearly as fleet of foot as a horse. There were no roads, as we know them now; such as there were consisted of trails following the high ground to avoid the marshes, and leading to the best places to cross prairie streams, which often made long detours necessary. Every Indian knew them, foot by foot, and also knew every short cut which might be traveled under favorable conditions of weather or season.[p.360]

It was the duty of these men to find a roundabout way to get to Acton, to avoid usual crossings where they might be waylaid, keep away from the prairie groves where they might be ambushed by straggling parties, discover any Indians endeavoring to cut them off on the prairies, and lastly to discover and approach Strout's camp wherever he might be by breaking through the Indian lines, which they knew were drawn about him waiting only for daylight to give battle. Those who appreciate the conditions will wonder that men would dare to undertake it. The squad was placed in charge of Branham, a man of undoubted ability and courage. Captain Whitcomb wrote later, "I feared I would never see them again." They went east several miles passing between Litchfield and Darwin, as now known, then southwest passing between Round and Minnie Belle lakes, far down into Greenleaf township, thence northwest by Evanson lake, where they struck the Henderson-Pembina trail. At the outlet of the lake they hunted on hands and knees, in the mud, till they found evidence that Strout's train had passed and was following the trail toward Acton.
Nearly the entire time they traveled on the grass outside the road to deaden the sound of the horses' hoofs. Finally they approached the Acton woods after passing Kelly's Bluff. All was deathly still about them until as they reached the Baker cabin the dogs rushed out barking loudly, no doubt revealing their presence to the Indians, but not to the sleeping company. There is little question, judging from developments and Indians tales, that a score of warriors slunk from the road and permitted the scouts to pass in, believing their prey would be increased just that much. After the noise and alarm they felt their way more cautiously than ever. Branham put his hand on Holmes' shoulder, as they reached the Jones place, and asked if he could not see the white tents in the yard. Holmes assented, they hailed the guard and were admitted, where they delivered to Captain Strout their message. Captain Whitcomb writes:

It has been shown beyond the shadow of doubt that when Branham, Sperry and Holmes were within six rods of Strout's camp, a head warrior, brother-in-law of Little Six (Shok-pay), with his warriors[p.361] stood on the road, and at their approach eleven on each side stepped back, allowing them to pass in. Red Dog was to lead the attack on the north, Mic-aw-pan-eta on the east, Little Six on the south, and Bald Eagle, a renegade chief of the Standing Buffalo band, on the west. Signals were to be given by hooting, in imitation of an owl from tree tops, to show the location of the leaders. Little Crow had the supervision of the attack. At 3 a. m. the final signal was to be given and the harvest of death to begin, but the awful consequences were averted by the timely message carried by these three brave men who proved themselves the bravest of the brave.

A council was called, and a detail was set at pounding down the large caliber bullets to fit the guns. After consultation it was decided not to break camp till daylight, though some favored an immediate retreat to the open prairie. Instructions were given, in case of attack, "to hug the ground and fight, each for himself." There is some criticism placed on Captain Strout for this misfit in ammunition. The facts are, that the state had a number of Austrian and Belgian muskets, bored 62 and 59 (100ths inch) caliber, and ammunition to fit. Criminal carelessness on the part of the issuing officer transposed the sizes. Captain Grant and Company A of the Sixth Minnesota were confronted with the same mistake, and this in the midst of the bloody battle of Birch Coulie. The proper cartridges for these guns were sent to Fort Abercrombie, where they were too small to be of service, and the bullets flew wild from the guns. The first lot issued by Strout was right, and he had no reason to suspect that the rest was different. That night each man had twenty rounds perfect, the reserve was all wrong.

Camp was broken early in the morning, and Branham, on Strout's advice, was to lead them out without a battle if possible, on account of the poor arms and ammunition. He was placed in charge of the mounted men, consisting of his detail and scout A. H. DeLong, and led the way some distance in advance. Branham intended to go to Forest City by the route the scouts had taken. The command left the woods and proceeded on the trail across a rolling prairie, with Long lake on their left. Passing through a swale and while ascending to higher ground, the scouts saw a peculiar glisten in the morning sunlight and soon became convinced that it was caused by[p.362] guns in the hands of Indians, who were skulking along a fence in a wheat field near Kelly's Bluff. It was afterward found that these guns were Springfields from Captain Marsh's company, massacred at Redwood Ferry August 18th. Word was sent back to Strout to prepare to fight, and to spread his men in wide open order. The scouts and Indians exchanged shots.

Indian signals, waving blankets and yelling, were commenced ahead; and soon a large body of mounted Indians, from the woods, charged the rear. Sergeant Kenna was ordered to charge them with a squad of twenty men; as he did so the Indians spread out from the trail and came up on each rear flank, trying to encircle the command. At this point the company were on very low ground, and the losses were severe. Privates George W. Gideon and Alva Getchell were killed, several others were wounded, and for a short time there was confusion of both men and teams. Scout Branham was shot through the lungs and thus a valuable aid was put out of the fight. In a few moments Strout had matters in hand. The company was divided into four squads, under Lieutenant Clark and Sergeants Getchell and Kenna, and placed at the front, rear, right and left of the wagon train, and they soon spread out, driving the redskins back, at the same time making less of a target of themselves. By strenuous fighting the left squad kept the Indians from getting between them and the lake, while the others, by driving them back, permitted the wagons to reach the higher and more advantageous ground. It was good maneuvering, and most gallantly performed. Reaching the base of Kelly's Bluff, it was debated whether to entrench or to retreat toward Hutchinson, and it was decided to go to that point. Scout DeLong had already gone through the Indian lines for reinforcements from Captain Harrington at Hutchinson.

Along Kelly's Bluff Private Edwin Stone was killed and several more wounded. The dead were left behind and their bodies were horribly mutilated, when buried by a detachment from the Third Minnesota a few days later. Every wounded man was placed in the wagons, and the retreating fight was continued to Cedar Mills. At the marshy crossing repaired the previous day, the Indians pressed them hard and captured[p.363] one team and two wagons. In fact they had calculated to capture or kill the whole outfit at this point, and would have succeeded if those repairs had not been made. Everything that could be spared was thrown from the wagons, and the way the Indians fought each other for the food was amusing even in battle. About fifty noble warriors on hands and knees fought for a half barrel of sugar like pigs, and the pursuit lagged. Scout DeLong with reinforcements met the company a short way out of Hutchinson. On that night the wounded were placed in a hotel, just outside the stockade, and at daylight next morning the Indians attacked the town and their quarters were riddled with bullets, but all were safely taken into the stockade.

The losses of the company in the battle were three killed, eighteen wounded, nine horses, two wagons, and all commissary supplies. The battle was the fiery baptism of a number of good soldiers of the civil war, some of whom fell in battle, some perished in Andersonville, and some, thank God, still live. The result of the campaign was the discouragement of Little Crow and his followers. This was the fourth and last battle which he personally conducted in the massacre war of 1862.

It is but fair to say that fortune was kind to Strout and his men, but none the less must we commend the noble intentions and acts of those heroic citizens who placed their lives in jeopardy for the stricken, outraged settlers. The savage hordes have gone; the commander and most of his company are beyond the veil of death; and glorious Minnesota has risen from an unknown wilderness to a peerage among the States.

This account is as accurate as can be given at this time, and is verified by several members of that gallant body of home defenders. On the 21st of August, 1909, a monument was placed at Acton, at the Baker place, by the state, marking the site of the "First Bloodshed." There were present, of the survivors of this battle, A. H. Rose, De Witt C. Handy, Milton C. Stubbs, James Marshall, Scouts Jesse V. Branham, Albert Sperry, and A. H. DeLong; of people interested in the event, Evan Evanson, who accompanied the party to the Jones house after the murders of the 17th, Nathan Butler, who built the Baker house in 1857, Hon. G. A. Glader, who assisted in burying[p.364] the bodies of Stone, Getchell, and Gideon, a few days after the battle, and Mrs. Ellen, widow of Capt. Lewis Harrington, of the Hutchinson Home Guards. To all of these thanks are due for the details of this account. The exercises were under the supervision of Senator J. W. Wright of Litchfield, and were participated in by several thousand citizens.

About a year after the foregoing narrative was read in the meeting of this Society, a banquet was given at the Nicollet House in Minneapolis, on the evening of November 20, 1912, to commemorate the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Battle of Acton and to honor its survivors.

At the appointed hour the tables were filled by groups of men whose past career or present relations made them congenial company, and not the least in the pleasures of the evening were the visits of friends recounting the events of a half century ago. After the repast, which was accompanied with patriotic selections by veteran Charles H. Freeman's orchestra, President Anton Knoblauch opened the meeting with the following words:

"Friends and Members: We are guests of the Center Improvement Association, whose object is not only that which its name implies, but also to preserve and perpetuate the history, traditions, and landmarks of this section of our city. We are here this evening to honor Captain Strout's Company of citizen soldiers, partially made up of business men from this part of the city, who in September, 1862, went to battle at Acton and Hutchinson against the Sioux Indians, so that the settlers might pursue the tilling of their lands unmolested."

Mr. Knoblauch then introduced Marion P. Satterlee as master of ceremonies for the evening, who, by the aid of Edward A. Bromley's stereopticon views, told of the upbuilding of the Association district since 1858. Then followed a description of the organization of Strout's Company, during the excitement of the massacre tidings of murder and destruction; of the sacrifices of these men, who left their families and homes to fight the savages. A detailed statement of their marches and the battles was given, also an account of the killing of Chief Little Crow by Nathan Lamson and his son Chauncey, near Hutchinson, on July 3, 1863.[p.365]

A most able address was given by Ex-President William W. Folwell of the State University, on "The Causes leading to the Massacre of 1862."

The roll of the men composing the Company was then called; ten responded to their names, eleven were reported absent, 27 were reported dead, and for 22 no report was made.

 
Biography* According to letter from Elbrun Rochford Russell-French:

Captain Richard Strout was the first engineer of the city of Minneapolis. Related to the famous eastern family of Demorest. Distinguished as a Civil War vet for leading a troup in the biggest Indian massacre of all times - in 1862 to save the women and children in that horrible massacre (as their husbands mosly were in the Civil War). 450 women and children had been scalped and butchered -- for no personal reasons -he saved the day and chased the Indians away. 
Marriage* Principal=Sarah J. (?)1 
Birth*c 1819 Maine, USA2 
Residence*1860 Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Occupation: Sheriff. Value of Real Estate: $5003 
Mltinducti*22 Aug 1862 Minnesota, USA; Enlisted as a Captain in Company B, 9th Infantry Regiment, Minnesota4 
Mltdischar*9 Mar 1864 4 
Marriage*14 Dec 1868 Vigo Co., Indiana; Index to Marriage Record 1840 - 1920 Inclusive Volume IV Letters H to J Inclusive;Record Location: Vigo County, Indiana
W. P. A. Oricinal Record Located: County Clerk's Office Terrehaute Compiled by Indiana Works Progress Administration 1939. Vigo Co., Book 4, Page 468.
; Principal=Jennie S. Hotchkiss5 
Residence1880 Atlantic, Cass Co., Iowa, USA; Engineer5 
Note*1899 An article, written at the time of his death - mentions 2 daughters and a son. One daughter is referred to as the mother of Effie Rochford (who is Sarah Ames Rochford). Also mentioned is a daughter "Mrs. William Peach" of Emporia Kansas and a son, Albert Strout, a resident of Kansas.6 
Death*Jul 1899 Emporia, Lyon Co., Kansas, USA6 

Family 1

Sarah J. (?) b. c 1825
Marriage* Principal=Sarah J. (?)1 
Children

Family 2

Jennie S. Hotchkiss b. c 1836
Marriage*14 Dec 1868 Vigo Co., Indiana; Index to Marriage Record 1840 - 1920 Inclusive Volume IV Letters H to J Inclusive;Record Location: Vigo County, Indiana
W. P. A. Oricinal Record Located: County Clerk's Office Terrehaute Compiled by Indiana Works Progress Administration 1939. Vigo Co., Book 4, Page 468.
; Principal=Jennie S. Hotchkiss5 

Citations

  1. [S336] 1860 US Census, Minneapolis, 2nd Ward, Hennepin Co., Minnesota - page 200.
  2. [S336] 1860 US Census, Minneapolis, 2nd Ward, Hennepin Co., Minnesota - page 200. Rich Strout was age 41, born in Maine.
  3. [S336] 1860 US Census, Minneapolis, 2nd Ward, Hennepin Co., Minnesota - page 200.
  4. [S349] Minnesota in the Civil and Indian Wars 1861-65 (not seen - secondary reference from Ancestry.com) (1890),.
  5. [S23] 1880 US Census, IA, Atlantic, Cass Co., IA: p62, ED 32.
  6. [S347] News article written at the time of Richard Stout's death, "Tribune" (probably the Minneapolis Tribune) - newspaper clipping reads: Early Battles With the Indians - An Interesting Story Gleaned From Manuscripts Leftby the Late Capt. Richard Strout. The clipping was in an untiled scrapbook which begins "Added Information about the Ames Family and the Strout Family" compiled by Elbrun-French in 1979., Minneapolis, MN (9 July 1899),.
  7. [S336] 1860 US Census, Minneapolis, 2nd Ward, Hennepin Co., Minnesota - page 200. Joseph was age 10.
  8. [S336] 1860 US Census, Minneapolis, 2nd Ward, Hennepin Co., Minnesota - page 200. G.R. was age 3.
  9. [S336] 1860 US Census, Minneapolis, 2nd Ward, Hennepin Co., Minnesota - page 200. C.D. was age 1.

Sarah Strout

F, b. circa 1842, d. 1 August 1892
Sarah (Strout) Ames
FatherCaptain Richard Strout b. c 1819, d. Jul 1899
MotherSarah J. (?)1 b. c 1825
Married Name Ames 
Birth*c 1842 Indiana, USA2,3 
Residence*1860 Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA4 
Marriage* Gethsemane Church, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Emory Worthinham: As I recall it now, his [Richard Strout's] family consisted of his wife and one daughter, the latter a handsome girl. I remember as well as though it were yesterday the day she was married to Dr. A.A. Ames. I was at the house when they returned from the church, and I remarked to Capt. Strout that I had never seen a finer-looking couple. They were married in the old Gethsemane church by Rev. (now Bishop) Knickerbocker. A few weeks after the wedding Dr. Ames went to war with his company.; Groom=Albert Alonzo Ames5 
Residence1870 Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon; Age 28, keeping house, born in Indiana.6 
Residence1880 1540 4th Ave N, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Age 37, born in Indiana. Father born in Maine, mother born in Ohio.7 
Residence1885 Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 42, born in Indiana8 
Death*1 Aug 1892  
Burial*1892 Lakewood, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota9 

Family

Albert Alonzo Ames b. 18 Jan 1842, d. 16 Nov 1911
Marriage* Gethsemane Church, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Emory Worthinham: As I recall it now, his [Richard Strout's] family consisted of his wife and one daughter, the latter a handsome girl. I remember as well as though it were yesterday the day she was married to Dr. A.A. Ames. I was at the house when they returned from the church, and I remarked to Capt. Strout that I had never seen a finer-looking couple. They were married in the old Gethsemane church by Rev. (now Bishop) Knickerbocker. A few weeks after the wedding Dr. Ames went to war with his company.; Groom=Albert Alonzo Ames5 
Children

Citations

  1. [S336] 1860 US Census, Minneapolis, 2nd Ward, Hennepin Co., Minnesota - page 200.
  2. [S190] 1880 US Census, MN, From LDS CD ROM Index to the 1880 census. Minneapolis, Hennepin Co. 1880, 355C.
  3. [S336] 1860 US Census, Minneapolis, 2nd Ward, Hennepin Co., Minnesota - page 200. Sarah was age 18.
  4. [S336] 1860 US Census, Minneapolis, 2nd Ward, Hennepin Co., Minnesota - page 200.
  5. [S348] News Article written about Captain Strout at the time of his death., "The Evening ______" (probably the Evening Times) - an undated newspaper clipping about Richard Strout included in an untiled scrapbook at the Minnesota Historical Society. The Scrapbook begins "Here is added information abut the Ames and the Strout family" and was donated to MHS in 1979 by Elbrun French. The article was written near the time of Strout's death (apparently July 1899) and the headline is: "He Fourgt the Red Man - Life of an Old Warrior Ends With Death of Capt. Strout", Minneapolis, MN (July 1899 (?)),.
  6. [S337] 1870 US Census, Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon; Image 118.
  7. [S371] 1880 US Federal Census, Minnneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; ED 247, Image 11.
  8. [S182] 1885 Minnesota State Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesoa; Image 850.
  9. [S89] Jean L. Mangan Ames, Ames Family Genealogy Papers, Archives Collection at Minnesota Historical Society (6 Boxes).

Ida Elizabeth Struthers

F, b. 14 April 1876, d. 24 October 1943
Birth*14 Apr 1876 Sun Prairie, Dane Co., Wisconsin1 
Married Name23 Oct 1901 Chaffee 
Marriage*23 Oct 1901 Colby, Marathon Co., Wisconsin; Principal=Earl Ayer Chaffee 
Residence*1910 Fresno Co., California; Age 33, married 9 years. Mother of 1 child, living.1 
Residence1920 Ventura, Ventura Co., California; Age 43, born in Wisconsin, father born in Scotland, mtoher born in Germany.2 
Residence1930 Holly Ave, Santa Barbara Co., California; Age 53, born in Wisconsin. Father born in Scotland, mother born in Germany. Married at age 23.3 
Death*24 Oct 1943 Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara Co., California 

Family

Earl Ayer Chaffee b. 8 May 1881, d. 3 Aug 1947
Marriage*23 Oct 1901 Colby, Marathon Co., Wisconsin; Principal=Earl Ayer Chaffee 
Children

Citations

  1. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Fresno, California; ED 54, Image 11.
  2. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, Ventura, Ventura Co., California; ED 273, Image 22.
  3. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Township 1, Santa Barbara Co. California; ED 2, Image 25.

Lorraine Stuart1

F, b. circa 1912, d. 29 July 1989
Married Name Hubbard 
Birth*c 1912 2 
Marriage* Groom=Francis Chollar Hubbard 
Residence*1940 4048 Abbott Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 28, born in Minnesota.3 
Death*29 Jul 1989 Edina, Hennepin Co., Minnesota2 
Burial*31 Jul 1989 Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Lot 178-43-42 

Family

Francis Chollar Hubbard b. 2 Nov 1898, d. 24 Nov 1980
Children
  • Frances Lorraine Hubbard
  • Virginia Stuart Hubbard

Citations

  1. [S517] Minnesota Department of Health., Minnesota Birth Index, 1935-2002 (Ancestry.com), 1935-MN-007218.
  2. [S235] Cemetery Records, Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis, MN; Dixie Hansen.
  3. [S619] 1940 US Federal Census, ancestry.com, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; ED 89-410, Image 16.

(?) Stub1

F
FatherJacob Stub1 b. 14 Oct 1593, d. b 4 Sep 1661
MotherKaren Andersdatter1 d. 16 Jun 1648
Marriage* Principal=Peder Andersen1 

Family

Peder Andersen

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 266.

(?) Stub1

F
FatherJacob Stub1 b. 14 Oct 1593, d. b 4 Sep 1661
MotherKaren Andersdatter1 d. 16 Jun 1648
Marriage* Principal=Johannes Sund (Smed?)1 

Family

Johannes Sund (Smed?)

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 266.

Adolph Stub1

M, b. 2 December 1703
FatherLauridtz Jacobsen Stub1 b. 11 Jun 1653, d. 12 Apr 1724
MotherMagdalena Axelsdatter1 b. 27 Nov 1671, d. 14 Apr 1742
Death* died as a child1 
Birth*2 Dec 1703 1 

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 210-211.

Adolph Stub1

M, b. 2 November 1707
FatherLauridtz Jacobsen Stub1 b. 11 Jun 1653, d. 12 Apr 1724
MotherMagdalena Axelsdatter1 b. 27 Nov 1671, d. 14 Apr 1742
Baptism Hospitalskirken1 
Marriage* Principal=Else Pedersdatter Læssøe1 
Birth*2 Nov 1707 1 
Burial*15 Jun 1742 Nordby Ås, Akershus, Norway1 

Family

Else Pedersdatter Læssøe

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 210-211.

Anders Stub1

M, b. 22 October 1726, d. 1727
FatherJacob Stub1 b. 27 Dec 1671, d. 1736
MotherSophie Pedersdatter Læssøe1 b. 9 Sep 1684, d. 15 May 1749
Baptism*22 Oct 1726 1 
Death*1727 1 
Burial*27 Mar 1727 1 

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 153-154.

Anna Maria Stub1

F, b. 11 May 1742, d. 18 November 1784
FatherLars Jakobien Stub1 b. 1708, d. 11 Jan 1774
MotherGjertrud Povelsdatter Schonevig1 b. 4 Oct 1717, d. 15 Apr 1755
Baptism*11 May 1742 Eid, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway1 
Marriage*29 Apr 1767 Eid, Nordfjord, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway; Principal=Johan Wilding Heidberg1 
Death*18 Nov 1784 1 
Burial*28 Nov 1784 Gloppen, Sogn i Fjordane, Norway1 

Family

Johan Wilding Heidberg b. 17 Jul 1737, d. 13 Oct 1800

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 99.

Anna Maria Linde Stub

F, b. 8 October 1778, d. 17 March 1798
FatherPoul Schonvig Stub b. 5 May 1744, d. 30 Oct 1788
MotherAlida Elisabeth Abel b. 14 Sep 1747, d. 24 Oct 1804
Baptism*8 Oct 1778 Skånevik, Hordaland, Norway1,2 
Marriage*17 May 1797 Principal=Frantz Diderik Grund2 
Death*17 Mar 1798 2 

Family

Frantz Diderik Grund b. 1774, d. 28 Aug 1834

Citations

  1. [S637] Norwegian Parish Register Hordaland county, Skånevik, Parish register (official) nr. A 1 (1745-1789), Birth and baptism records 1779, page 46.,.
  2. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), page 67.

Anne Stub1

F, b. 22 April 1589
FatherChristopher Stub1 b. c 1543, d. 9 Sep 1630
MotherKirsten Nilsdatter Sømbou (?)1 b. 15 Nov 1551, d. 10 Dec 1635
Birth*22 Apr 1589 1 

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 302.

Anne Stub1

F, b. 22 June 1709, d. 1711
FatherJacob Stub1 b. 27 Dec 1671, d. 1736
MotherSophie Pedersdatter Læssøe1 b. 9 Sep 1684, d. 15 May 1749
Baptism*22 Jun 1709 Kristiania, Norway1 
Death*1711 1 
Burial*5 Jan 1711 1 

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 152-153.

Anne Elizabeth Stub

F, b. 4 July 1916, d. 2 October 1967
FatherJacob Aal Ottesen Stub b. 6 Aug 1877, d. 11 Jun 1944
MotherAleda P. Hooverson b. 6 Mar 1881, d. 13 Jun 1930
SSN* 470-18-59871 
Married Name Lunden 
Birth*4 Jul 1916 4 July 1916, Stoughton, Dane Co., Wisconsin2,3,1 
Residencebt 1917 - 1918 New York, New York 
Residence1920 624 E 17th St, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 34 
Residence1930 2016 Emerson Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Age 135 
Confirmation*1930 Central Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co, Minnesota; Lutheran6 
Graduation* St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota7 
Residence1940 2016 Emerson Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 23, born in Wisconsin. Dress Model, Retail Department Store.8 
Marriage*21 Jun 1941 2 articles, from clippings (papers not identified):

Anne Stub to Wed
Dr. J.A.O. Stub, 2016 Emerson ave. S., Minneapolis, for many years pastor here before leaving in 1917, announces the engagement of his daughter, Anne Elizabeth, to Laurence R. Lunden son of Mrs. Gertrude B. Lunden, Minneapolis. The wedding is to take place Saturday evening June 21 at 8:30 o'clock. Miss Stub is a graduate of St. Olaf college. Mr. Lunden attended Grinnell college, the University of California, and the University of Minnesota, where he is now an associate professor in the school of Business Administration.

Miss Anne Stub is bride
The bride's father, Dr. J.A.O. Stub, officiated at the marriage of Anne Elizabeth Stub to Lawrence R. Lunden at Central Lutheran church Saturday evening. Mr. Lunden is the son of Mrs. Gertrude B. Lunden, 3700 Forty-eighth avenue.

Complimenting the bride's gown of white silk jersey was an heirloom lace veil belonging to her sister, Mrs. S.E. Hubbard. A tiara of seed pearls held it in place. The bride carried gardenias and orchids.

Mis Florence Bostrom was the maid of honor, Miss Felicie Bevernick and Mrs. W.D. Smith of Wilmette, Ill., the bridesmaids, and Miss Alice Hubbard, niece of the bride, and Miss Ann Hustad, junior bridesmaids. They all had white chiffon gowns and small caps of starched white chiffon. They carried bouquets of peonies and staphanotis.

Edward G. Bremer of St. Paul served as best man and Max Rysdon and John Danforth, both of Sioux Falls, S.D., E. Fred Koller of St. Paul, Bernard Peterson of Des Moines, Iowa and Dr. John Anderson and Rober Walter of Minneapolis ushered.

When they return from a wedding trip east, Mr. and Mrs. Lunden will make their home in Minneapolis.; Groom=Laurence Raymond Lunden1 
Residence*11 Jun 1944 3700 48th Ave, Minneapolis, Minnesota9 
Residence1967 3700 48th Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Housewife1 
Death*2 Oct 1967 Fairview Hospital, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Cause of death: Hepatic Coma as a consquences of hepatic failure (6 weeks) and Post[?] Cirrhosis (2 years).

Obituary in the Minneapolis Star, 3 October 1967, page 20B: Mrs. Laurence R. Lunden, 51, wife of the the University of Minnesota vice-president for business administration, died Monday evening at Fairview Hospital. She had been hospitalized since Aug. 15.

Mrs. Lunden, the former Anne Elizabeth Stub, was born in Stoughten, Wis., the daughter of the late Rev. Dr. and Mrs. J.A.O. Stub. Dr. Stub was the founder of Central Lutheran Church in Minneapolis.

Mrs. Lunden, 3700 48th Av. S., was a graduate of St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn.

In addition to her husband, Mrs. Lunden is survived by two sons, Laurence Jr., flight operations manager at the university, and John, a student at the university: two sisters, Mrs. Stanley E. Hubbbard, St. Paul, and Mrs. John Lysen, Rogers, Ark. and a brother, J.A.O. Stub Jr., Pasadena, Calif.

Funeral arrangements are being made by Werness Brothers Mortuary, 3500 W. 50th St.3,1,7 
Burial*4 Oct 1967 Sunset Memorial Park, St. Anthony, Hennepin Co., Minnesota1 

Family

Laurence Raymond Lunden b. 5 Apr 1907, d. 1 Apr 1982
Marriage*21 Jun 1941 2 articles, from clippings (papers not identified):

Anne Stub to Wed
Dr. J.A.O. Stub, 2016 Emerson ave. S., Minneapolis, for many years pastor here before leaving in 1917, announces the engagement of his daughter, Anne Elizabeth, to Laurence R. Lunden son of Mrs. Gertrude B. Lunden, Minneapolis. The wedding is to take place Saturday evening June 21 at 8:30 o'clock. Miss Stub is a graduate of St. Olaf college. Mr. Lunden attended Grinnell college, the University of California, and the University of Minnesota, where he is now an associate professor in the school of Business Administration.

Miss Anne Stub is bride
The bride's father, Dr. J.A.O. Stub, officiated at the marriage of Anne Elizabeth Stub to Lawrence R. Lunden at Central Lutheran church Saturday evening. Mr. Lunden is the son of Mrs. Gertrude B. Lunden, 3700 Forty-eighth avenue.

Complimenting the bride's gown of white silk jersey was an heirloom lace veil belonging to her sister, Mrs. S.E. Hubbard. A tiara of seed pearls held it in place. The bride carried gardenias and orchids.

Mis Florence Bostrom was the maid of honor, Miss Felicie Bevernick and Mrs. W.D. Smith of Wilmette, Ill., the bridesmaids, and Miss Alice Hubbard, niece of the bride, and Miss Ann Hustad, junior bridesmaids. They all had white chiffon gowns and small caps of starched white chiffon. They carried bouquets of peonies and staphanotis.

Edward G. Bremer of St. Paul served as best man and Max Rysdon and John Danforth, both of Sioux Falls, S.D., E. Fred Koller of St. Paul, Bernard Peterson of Des Moines, Iowa and Dr. John Anderson and Rober Walter of Minneapolis ushered.

When they return from a wedding trip east, Mr. and Mrs. Lunden will make their home in Minneapolis.; Groom=Laurence Raymond Lunden1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S470] Anne Elizabeth Lunden, Death Certificate Minnesota, Hennepin Co.: 026404, 3 Oct 1967,.
  2. [S21] 1920 US Census, MN,.
  3. [S277] Minnesota Historical Society., Online Index to Minnesota Death Certificates at the Minnesota Historical Society website Hennepin Co., Cert ID# 1967-MN-026404.
  4. [S21] 1920 US Census, MN, Hennepin Co., ED 101, 5th Ward, page 3A (name is spelled Stubb).
  5. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN; ED 162, 5A.
  6. [S129] July 1999: Dixie Hansen observed the index and confirmation class photos which are on display at Central Lutheran Church.
  7. [S471] Minneapolis Star, Minneapolis, MN (3 Oct 1967), page 20B.
  8. [S619] 1940 US Federal Census, ancestry.com, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; ED 89-212, Image 9.
  9. [S29] Jacob A.O. Stub, Death Certificate 2639, Hennepin Co., MN,.

Anne Sophie Stub1

F, b. 26 December 1699, d. 20 April 1748
FatherLauridtz Jacobsen Stub1 b. 11 Jun 1653, d. 12 Apr 1724
MotherMagdalena Axelsdatter1 b. 27 Nov 1671, d. 14 Apr 1742
Birth*26 Dec 1699 1 
Baptism30 Dec 1699 Oslo Hospitals Kirke, Kristiania, Norway1 
Death*20 Apr 1748 1 
Burial*26 Apr 1748 Oslo, Norway1 

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 210-211.

Anne Sophie Stub1

F, b. 2 October 1714, d. 1795
FatherJacob Stub1 b. 27 Dec 1671, d. 1736
MotherSophie Pedersdatter Læssøe1 b. 9 Sep 1684, d. 15 May 1749
Baptism*2 Oct 1714 Kristiania, Norway1 
Death*1795 80 years and 6 months1 
Burial*23 Apr 1795 1 

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 153-154.

Axel Stub1

M, b. 1 January 1691, d. before 14 September 1728
FatherLauridtz Jacobsen Stub2 b. 11 Jun 1653, d. 12 Apr 1724
MotherMagdalena Axelsdatter2 b. 27 Nov 1671, d. 14 Apr 1742
Baptism Akershus Slottskirke, Akershus, Norway3 
Birth*1 Jan 1691 1 
Marriage*21 Jun 1715 Kristiania, Norway; Principal=Kirsten Jørgensdatter Brun1 
Death*b 14 Sep 1728 1 

Family

Kirsten Jørgensdatter Brun d. a 1728

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 210-211.
  2. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 266.
  3. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 210.

Barbra Stub1

F, b. 3 April 1587
FatherChristopher Stub1 b. c 1543, d. 9 Sep 1630
MotherKirsten Nilsdatter Sømbou (?)1 b. 15 Nov 1551, d. 10 Dec 1635
Birth*3 Apr 1587 1 

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 302.

Bertha Reese Stub1

F, b. 12 October 1906, d. 28 January 1989
FatherJacob Aal Ottesen Stub b. 6 Aug 1877, d. 11 Jun 1944
MotherAleda P. Hooverson b. 6 Mar 1881, d. 13 Jun 1930
SSN* 475-52-0093 
Biography* Death certificate details include the following factoids:

Had been living at 306-Hitt St., Apt 7C for 5 to 9 years.
Had 2 years of college.
She was widowed at the time of her death.
She was a homemaker.
The informant, John C. Lysen, also lived in Columbia (presumably her son). 
Married Name Lysen 
Birth*12 Oct 1906 Stoughton, Dane Co., Wisconsin2,3 
Residence1910 716 Main St., Stoughton, Dane Co., Wisconsin; Age 34 
Residencebt 1917 - 1918 New York, New York 
Confirmation*1920 Central Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co, Minnesota; Lutheran5 
Residence1920 624 E 17th St, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 136 
Marriage*3 Jul 1928 Central Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Groom=John Clifford Lysen7 
Residence1930 Benson, Minnesota, USA8 
Residence1930 3rd St E, Nashwauk, Itasca Co., Minnesota, USA9 
Residence1944 Faribault, Minnesota10 
Residence1967 Rogers, AR11 
Residence*1974 Rogers, AR12 
Residence1989 306 Hitt St, Apt 7C, Columbia, Boone Co., Missouri; Bertha was at this address for "5-9" years3 
Death*28 Jan 1989 Home, Columbia, Boone Co., Missouri; Arteriosclerotic Heart Disease13,3 
Cremation*1 Feb 1989 Parker Crematory, Columbia, Boone Co., Missouri3 
Burial1989 Rogers Cemetery, Plot 141 Maple, Rogers, Benton Co, AR14 

Family

John Clifford Lysen b. 30 Mar 1901, d. 10 Dec 1969
Marriage*3 Jul 1928 Central Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Groom=John Clifford Lysen7 
Child

Citations

  1. [S9] Jacob Aall Ottesen Stub, Anniversary Service in Honor of Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Ministry of Jacob Aall Ottesen Stub, D.D. (Central Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, MN, 1926),.
  2. [S7] US Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014 (Ancesestry.com), Hennepin Co., ED 601, 5th Ward, page 3A.
  3. [S44] Bertha Reese Stub Lysen, Death Certificate 89-000396, Unknown repository,.
  4. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Dane Co., Stoughton, ED 88, Sheet 3B and 4A.
  5. [S129] July 1999: Dixie Hansen observed the index and confirmation class photos which are on display at Central Lutheran Church.
  6. [S21] 1920 US Census, MN, Hennepin Co., ED 101, 5th Ward, page 3A (name is spelled Stubb).
  7. [S220] Not identified (Norwegian language), (3 July 1928),.
  8. [S218] Unidentified (Norwegian language), (15 June 1930),.
  9. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Itasca, Nashwauk Co., MN; ED 42, Sheet 6B.
  10. [S74] Obituary: Jacob Aall Ottesen Stub, clipping file at Vesterheim Library, (1944),.
  11. [S471] Minneapolis Star, Minneapolis, MN (3 Oct 1967), page 20B.
  12. [S121] Format Magazine, Volume 10 (AKA 19), March 1974, p10.
  13. [S7] US Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014 (Ancesestry.com),.
  14. [S477] Benton County Cemetery Preservation Group and Mike Boyd., Benton County Arkansas Cemetery Index (http://www.rootsweb.com/~arbenton/bccpg/bentc091.htm),.

Bolette Marie Stub1,2

F, b. 12 January 1852, d. 26 December 1940
FatherHans Andreas Stub b. 14 May 1822, d. 27 Jun 1907
MotherIngeborg Margrethe Arentz b. 7 Sep 1815, d. 22 Sep 1890
Name Variation Maria 
Name Variation Marie3 
Married Name Bergh 
Name Variation Mary 
Birth*12 Jan 1852 Muskego, Racine Co., Wisconsin4,5 
BaptismFeb 1852 Muskego Church, Muskego, Racine Co., Wisconsin; "...the Stub family had a christening. At the baptism of the second child the clergy of the entire synod stood sponsors."

Already Dietrichson had realized the necessity of a union of the congregation if a larger Norwegian church body was to be organized over here, but first after my father had come was an invitation to a church meeting sent out by the three ministers - Dietrichson, Clausen, and father. It was to take place St. Hans' Day, June 24, 1849 at Koshkonong, but neither Clausen nor father could come. The next church meeting was held at Luther Valley at Rev. Clausen's in the beginning of January, 1851. There was also adopted, without much attention to the real meaning of the words, that much discussed paragraph of the constitution regarding the baptismal covenant as co-ordinated with the Scripture. The next meeting was held in Muskego church February, 1852. It was a great event in those days. There were 6 ministers present. Besides Clausen who had moved to Iowa, and Gustave Dietrichson, who had succeeded him at Luther Valley, and A.C. Preus, who had come to Koshkonong after W. Dietrichson's departure for Norway, and father in Muskego, there were now N. Brandt at Rock River and H. A. Preus at Spring Prairie. From 21 congregations 37 delegates were present. A.C. Preus was elected chairman, and the paragraph referred to above was changed by one vote. During the meeting a number of services were held, and the Stub family had a christening. At the baptism of the second child the clergy of the entire synod stood sponsors.6 
Residence1860 Viroqua, Bad Ax Co., Wisconsin; Age 8, born in Wisconsin, attending school.7 
Confirmation*1868 Big Canoe Lutheran Church, Decorah, Winnieshiek Co., Iowa; Parents are Hans Andreas Stub and Ingeborg Margree Arentz. Birth date is 12 Jan 18525 
Residence1870 Pleasant, Winneshiek Co., Iowa, USA; Age 18, born in Wisconsin, attending school, at home.8 
Marriage*21 Aug 1872 Big Canoe Lutheran Church, Decorah, Winneshiek Co., Iowa; Groom=Johannes Ellefsen Bergh4,9 
Residence1880 Hawk Creek, Renville Co., Minnesota; Age 28, born in Wisconsin, both parents born in Norway.3 
Residence1885 Bandon, Renville Co., Minnesota; Age 32, born in Wisconsin10 
Residence1895 Hawk Creek, Renville Co., Minnesota; Age 43, born in Wisconsin.11 
Residence1900 Sacred Heart, Renville Co., Minnesota, USA; Age 49, born in Jan 1851 in Wisconsin. Mother of 11 children of whom only 6 are living. Both parents born in Norway.12 
Residence*1907 Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota13 
Residence1910 1726 Elliott Ave, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 58, widow. Mother of 11 children of whom 6 are living, born in Wisconsin.

Enumerated with Ella 34, Dikka 25, Harold 27, daughter Matilda Setnan 30 and with logers Agnes Peterson 32 and Josephine Nelson 26.14 
Residence1920 727 E 18th St, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 67, born in Wisconsin, both parents born in Norway. Widow.15 
Residence1930 Princeton, Mille Lacs Co., Minnesota; Age 78, widower, born in Wisconsin, both parents born in Norway. Enumerated in her daughter's household - Ella and Arthur C. Cornelius.16 
Residence1940 Oak St., Princeton, Mille Lacs, Minnesota; Age 88, widow, born in Wisconsin.

Enumerated with her daughers Matilda Senan 38 and Dikka Vader 35.17 
Death*26 Dec 1940 Mille Lacs Co., Minnesota18 

Family

Johannes Ellefsen Bergh b. May 1842, d. 1905
Marriage*21 Aug 1872 Big Canoe Lutheran Church, Decorah, Winneshiek Co., Iowa; Groom=Johannes Ellefsen Bergh4,9 
Children

Citations

  1. [S10] Olaf Morsan Norlie, Prominent Personalities: WCAL Radio Talks (Saint Olaf School of the Air, 1942, 138p),.
  2. [S137] Genealogical chart on early Norwegian Synod families stashed in biography files at Luther Seminary, based (in part) on books by Norlie and Preus and from information supplied by archivist Paul Daniels.
  3. [S371] 1880 US Federal Census, Hawk Creek, Renville Co., Minnesota; ED 36, Image 4.
  4. [S83] Ch Delgobe, Stamtavle over Familien Holber med Tilhørende Legater (C. Floors Forlgag, Bergen, 1884),.
  5. [S686] US Evangelical Lutheran Church of America Records, 1875-1940, (www.ancestry.com),, Bolette Marie Stub, confirmed on 12 Jan 1952 at Big Canoe Lutheran Church, Decorah, Iowa.
  6. [S25] Rev. H.G. Stub, "Reminiscences From Bygone Days," The North Star Volume 4, Number 7 (January-February 1922):.
  7. [S336] 1860 US Census, Viroqua, Bad Ax Co., WIsconsin, Image 26.
  8. [S337] 1870 US Census, Pleasant, Winneshiek Co., IA.
  9. [S686] US Evangelical Lutheran Church of America Records, 1875-1940, (www.ancestry.com),, Marriage of Johannes Ellefsen Bergh and Bolette Marie Stub on 21 Aug 1872 at Big Canoe Church in Decorah, Winneshiek Co., Iowa; Image #846.
  10. [S182] 1885 Minnesota State Census, Bandon, Renville Co., Minnesota; Image 122.
  11. [S183] 1895 Minnesota State Census, Hawk Creek, Renville Co., Minnesota, Image 16.
  12. [S6] 1900 US Census, Sacred Heart, Renville Co., Minnesota; ED 141, Images 8-9.
  13. [S71] Obituary: Hans Andreas Stub, The Saint Paul Dispatch, Saint Paul, Minnesota (28 June 1907),.
  14. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; ED 103, Image 1.
  15. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; ED 102, Image 17.
  16. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Princeton, Mille Lacs Co., Minnesota; ED 23, Image 9.
  17. [S619] 1940 US Federal Census, ancestry.com, Princeton, Mille Lacs, Minnesota; ED 48-24A, Image 8.
  18. [S607] Minnesota Death Index, 1908-2002 (Ancestry.com), Maria Bergh, died 26 Dec 1940 in Mille Lacs. Co., Minnesota; File #1940-008810.
  19. [S6] 1900 US Census, ED 141, Sheet 5A.

Catharine Stub1

F, b. 21 January 1694, d. February 1766
FatherLauridtz Jacobsen Stub1 b. 11 Jun 1653, d. 12 Apr 1724
MotherMagdalena Axelsdatter1 b. 27 Nov 1671, d. 14 Apr 1742
Marriage* Principal=Hans Frisach1 
Birth*21 Jan 1694 1 
Baptism24 Jan 1694 Akershus Slottskirke, Akershus, Norway1 
Death*Feb 1766 1 

Family

Hans Frisach b. 19 Apr 1681, d. 29 Dec 1744

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 210-211.

Christen Stub1

M, b. 28 July 1712
FatherJacob Stub1 b. 27 Dec 1671, d. 1736
MotherSophie Pedersdatter Læssøe1 b. 9 Sep 1684, d. 15 May 1749
Baptism*28 Jul 1712 1 
Burial*30 Nov 1712 1 

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 152-154.

Christopher Stub1

M, b. circa 1543, d. 9 September 1630
FatherNiels Stub2 d. 1580
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Jacob Aal Ottesen Stub
Birth*c 1543 1 
Marriage*1581 Principal=Kirsten Nilsdatter Sømbou (?)3 
Death*9 Sep 1630 Kristiania, Norway1 

Family

Kirsten Nilsdatter Sømbou (?) b. 15 Nov 1551, d. 10 Dec 1635
Children

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), pages 265-267.
  2. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958),.
  3. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), pages 302-303.
  4. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), PagPage 302.
  5. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 302.

Christopher Stub1

M
FatherJacob Stub1 b. 14 Oct 1593, d. b 4 Sep 1661
MotherKaren Andersdatter1 d. 16 Jun 1648
Burial*21 Jun 1696 Kristiania, Norway1 

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 266.

Didrikke A. Stub1,2

F, b. 27 July 1905, d. 1 February 1974
FatherJacob Aal Ottesen Stub b. 6 Aug 1877, d. 11 Jun 1944
MotherAleda P. Hooverson b. 6 Mar 1881, d. 13 Jun 1930
Biography*  
Married Name Hubbard 
Birth*27 Jul 1905 Stoughton, Dane Co., Wisconsin; ||Evelyn Burlingame lists Didrikke's birth date as 30 July 1904. It's an unsourced entry.3 
Residence1910 716 Main St., Stoughton, Dane Co., Wisconsin; Age 54 
Residencebt 1917 - 1918 New York, New York 
Residence1920 624 E 17th St, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 155 
Residence1930 2016 Emerson Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Age 256 
Marriage*15 Sep 1932 Central Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Lutheran. Marriage was officiated by JAO Stub and witnessed by Francis C. Hubbard and Anna E. Stub.; Groom=Stanley Eugene Hubbard7,8 
ResidenceMay 1933 2123 Saint Clair Ave, Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota 
Residence1940 2263 Princeton Ave, Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; Age 34, born in Wisconsin.9 
Residence1967 Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota10 
Residence*1974 271 Bal Cross Dr., Bal Harbour, Dade Co., Florida3 
Death*1 Feb 1974 Miami Heart Institute, Bal Harbour, Miami-Dade Co., Florida3,11 
Burial*4 Feb 1974 S Memorial Mausoleum, N Miami, Dade Co., Florida3,12 

Family

Stanley Eugene Hubbard b. 26 Jun 1897, d. 28 Dec 1992
Marriage*15 Sep 1932 Central Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Lutheran. Marriage was officiated by JAO Stub and witnessed by Francis C. Hubbard and Anna E. Stub.; Groom=Stanley Eugene Hubbard7,8 
Children

Citations

  1. [S8] Evelyn Burlingame., A Genealogical History of the Hubbard Family and Allied Steele and Rowley Families (Unpublished 1975),.
  2. [S9] Jacob Aall Ottesen Stub, Anniversary Service in Honor of Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Ministry of Jacob Aall Ottesen Stub, D.D. (Central Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, MN, 1926),.
  3. [S55] Didrikke All Ottesen Stub Hubbard, Death Certificate File #74-009274, File date: 4 February 1974, Unknown repository,.
  4. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Dane Co., Stoughton, ED 88, Sheet 3B and 4A.
  5. [S21] 1920 US Census, MN, Hennepin Co., ED 101, 5th Ward, page 3A (name is spelled Stubb).
  6. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN; ED 162, 5A.
  7. [S82] Stanley E. Hubbard and Didrikke a. Stub, Marriage License and Certificate, 15 September 1932, "SE Hubbard & DA Stub, Marriage Record," File #s 362-36 and 178-30, Unknown repository,.
  8. [S220] Not identified (Norwegian language), (3 July 1928),.
  9. [S619] 1940 US Federal Census, ancestry.com, Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; ED 90-240, Image 6.
  10. [S471] Minneapolis Star, Minneapolis, MN (3 Oct 1967), page 20B.
  11. [S118] Saint Paul Pioneer Press, 4 February 1974, p 31.
  12. [S120] Format Magazine, Vol 10 (AKA 19), March 1974, p10.

Eli Stub

M, b. circa 1856
FatherHans Andreas Stub b. 14 May 1822, d. 27 Jun 1907
MotherIngeborg Margrethe Arentz b. 7 Sep 1815, d. 22 Sep 1890
Birth*c 1856 Wisconsin1 
Residence*1860 Viroqua, Bad Ax Co., Wisconsin; Age 4, born in Wisconsin1 

Citations

  1. [S336] 1860 US Census, Viroqua, Bad Ax Co., WIsconsin, Image 26.

Elisabeth Stub1

F, b. 20 May 1710
FatherJacob Stub1 b. 27 Dec 1671, d. 1736
MotherSophie Pedersdatter Læssøe1 b. 9 Sep 1684, d. 15 May 1749
Baptism*20 May 1710 Kristiania, Norway1 
Burial*31 Jul 1741 1 

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 152-153.

Elizabeth Charlotte Henriette Stub1

F, b. 16 November 1859, d. 27 June 1887
FatherHans Andreas Stub b. 14 May 1822, d. 27 Jun 1907
MotherIngeborg Margrethe Arentz b. 7 Sep 1815, d. 22 Sep 1890
Name Variation Liza Selota Stub2 
Name Variation Henrietta3 
Married Name Seehuus 
Birth*16 Nov 1859 Comprarie, Wisconsin4,5,3,6 
Residence1860 Viroqua, Bad Ax, Wisconsin; Age 6 months, born in Wisconsin.3 
Residence*1870 Pleasant, Winneshiek Co., Iowa; Age 10, born in Wisconsin, attending school.7 
Confirmation*3 Jun 1877 Big Canoe Lutheran Church, Decorah, Winneshiek Co., Iowa6 
Residence1885 Age 25, enumerated as "Liza Selota", housekeeper, born in Wisconsin, residing with her parents.2 
Marriage*26 Aug 1886 Big Canoe Lutheran Church, Decorah, Winneshiek Co., Iowa; Married Miss Elizabeth C.H. Stub in the fall of 1886.; Groom=Knut Seehuus8,9 
Death*27 Jun 1887 4 
Burial* Big Canoe Lutheran Church, Highlandville, Winneshiek Co., Iowa10,4 

Family

Knut Seehuus b. 3 May 1859, d. 1 Dec 1953
Marriage*26 Aug 1886 Big Canoe Lutheran Church, Decorah, Winneshiek Co., Iowa; Married Miss Elizabeth C.H. Stub in the fall of 1886.; Groom=Knut Seehuus8,9 
Child

Citations

  1. [S125] Found on ship's passenger list from Bergen to NY in 1883... travelling with her father. These records indicate that she was born in North Amercia in 1860 and that she was travelling on the Thingvalle linie.
  2. [S636] 1885 Iowa State Census, Pleasant, Winneshiek Co., Iowa, Image 18.
  3. [S336] 1860 US Census, Viroqua, Bad Ax Co., WIsconsin, Image 26.
  4. [S27] Arnold O. Haugen., Big Canoe Church Burial Records from Pioneer Settlement Days to September 1990 (Decorah, IA 1990),.
  5. [S83] Ch Delgobe, Stamtavle over Familien Holber med Tilhørende Legater (C. Floors Forlgag, Bergen, 1884),.
  6. [S686] US Evangelical Lutheran Church of America Records, 1875-1940, (www.ancestry.com),, Elizabeth Charlotte Henriette Stub, confirmed on 3 June 1877 at Birg Canoe Lutheran Church, Decorah, Iowa; Image 557.
  7. [S337] 1870 US Census, Pleasant, Winneshiek Co., IA.
  8. [S137] Genealogical chart on early Norwegian Synod families stashed in biography files at Luther Seminary, based (in part) on books by Norlie and Preus and from information supplied by archivist Paul Daniels.
  9. [S686] US Evangelical Lutheran Church of America Records, 1875-1940, (www.ancestry.com),, Marriage of Pastor Kundt Seehust and Elizabeth Charlotte Henriette Stub on 26 Aug 1866 at Big Canoe Lutheran Church, Deocrah, Winneshiek Co., Iowa; Image 625.
  10. [S4] Dixie A. Hansen, Cemetery Inscription, personally observed, Dixie Hansen, Saw marker in cemetery, 1 August 1999.

Elizabeth Valborg Stub1,2

F, b. 19 October 1918, d. 2 November 1991
FatherIngolf Arentz Hovind Stub1 b. 16 May 1885, d. Jan 1971
MotherInos Martha Ingalls1 b. 4 Jan 1889, d. 2 Dec 1967
Name Variation Betty B.3 
Birth*19 Oct 1918 Upland, California1,4,2 
Residence*1920 520 Oxford Ave, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., California, Age 1 years 2 months. Born in California. Father born in Wisconsin, mother born in Ohio1 
Residence1930 Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., California; Age 11, born in California, father born in Minnesota, mother born in Ohio.3 
Residence1940 218 Lee Highway, Falls Church, Fairfax Co., Virginia; Age 21, single, born in California. Typist for Business Firm.5 
Residence White Stone, Lancaster Co., Virginia6 
Death*2 Nov 1991 James City, Virginia4,7 
Burial* Union Cemetery, Leesburg, Loudon Co., Virginia; Plot: Plat D Lot 1046W Site 54 

Citations

  1. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, Los Angeles Assmebly District 63, Los Angeles Co., California; ED 177, Image 8.
  2. [S675] Ancestry.com., US Social Security Applications and Claims 1936-2007 (Ancestry.com), Elizabeth Valborg Stub, SSN#: 578-14-6117.
  3. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., California; ED 1209, Image 14.
  4. [S583] Find A Grave Website (www.findagrave.com), Elizabeth V. Stub, died 2 Nov 1991, buried at Union Cemetery, Leesburg, Loudoun Co., Virginia; Memorial #508432833.
  5. [S619] 1940 US Federal Census, ancestry.com, Falls Church, Fairfax Co., Virginia; ED 30-9, Image 5.
  6. [S7] US Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014 (Ancesestry.com), Elizabeth V. Stub, eid November 2, 1991, Last residence: White Stone, Lancaster Co., Virginia.
  7. [S7] US Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014 (Ancesestry.com), Elizabeth V. Stub, died 2 Nov 1991, Last Residence: Whtie Stone, Lancaster Col., Virginia; SSN 578-14-6117.

Friderich Stub1

M, b. 4 June 1701, d. after 1738
FatherLauridtz Jacobsen Stub1 b. 11 Jun 1653, d. 12 Apr 1724
MotherMagdalena Axelsdatter1 b. 27 Nov 1671, d. 14 Apr 1742
Baptism Hospitalskirken1 
Marriage* Principal=Kirsten Quislin1 
Birth*4 Jun 1701 1 
Death*a 1738 1 

Family

Kirsten Quislin

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 210-211.

Gjerdt Stub1

F, b. 18 April 1755, d. after 1762
FatherLars Jakobien Stub1 b. 1708, d. 11 Jan 1774
MotherGjertrud Povelsdatter Schonevig1 b. 4 Oct 1717, d. 15 Apr 1755
Baptism*18 Apr 1755 Eid, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway1 
Death*a 1762 1 

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 99.

Gjertrud Stub1

F, b. 27 April 1772, d. May 1772
FatherPoul Schonvig Stub1 b. 5 May 1744, d. 30 Oct 1788
MotherAlida Elisabeth Abel b. 14 Sep 1747, d. 24 Oct 1804
Baptism*27 Apr 1772 Jelsa, Rogaland, Norway1,2 
Death*May 1772 Jelsa, Rogaland, Norway3 
Burial*25 May 1772 Jelsa, Rogaland, Norway3,2 

Citations

  1. [S637] Norwegian Parish Register Rogaland county, Jelsa, Parish register (official) nr. A 3 (1768-1796), Birth and baptism records 1772, page 146-147.,.
  2. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), page 67.
  3. [S637] Norwegian Parish Register Rogaland county, Jelsa, Parish register (official) nr. A 3 (1768-1796), Death and burial records 1772, page 204-205.,.

Gjertrud Stub1

F, b. 21 March 1749, d. 1750
FatherLars Jakobien Stub1 b. 1708, d. 11 Jan 1774
MotherGjertrud Povelsdatter Schonevig1 b. 4 Oct 1717, d. 15 Apr 1755
Baptism*21 Mar 1749 Eid, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway1 
Death*1750 1 
Burial*1 Feb 1750 44 weeks1 

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 99.

Hans Stub1

M, b. 2 September 1702, d. 1742
FatherLauridtz Jacobsen Stub1 b. 11 Jun 1653, d. 12 Apr 1724
MotherMagdalena Axelsdatter1 b. 27 Nov 1671, d. 14 Apr 1742
Baptism Hospitalskirken1 
Birth*2 Sep 1702 1 
Death*1742 1 

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 210-211.

Hans Andreas Stub1,2,3,4,5

M, b. 16 May 1879, d. 15 June 1968
Hans Andreas Stub, Jr. in 1900
FatherHans Gerhard Stub b. 23 Feb 1849, d. 1 Aug 1931
MotherDidrikke Aal Ottesen b. 16 Apr 1855, d. 2 Aug 1879
Biography* Obit in Seattle Times:

Funeral Services for the Rev. Dr. Hans Andrew Stub, 89, of 5311 Phinney Ave. N., 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Immanuel Lutheran Church, of which he was pastor for 54 years. Burial will be in Pacitfic Lutheran, directed by Johnson & Sons Mortuary. He died yesterday in a retirement home.

Dr. Stub, born in Wisconsin, graduated from Luther College, Iowa, as valedictorian in 1900. He graduated from Luther Seminary, St. Paul, and was ordained in 1903. He came here the same year. He was minister of Immanuel Lutheran Church from 1903 until retiring in 1957.

He organized the Young People's Luther League and was a former secretary of the board of publications for the Pacific Lutheran Herald.

Dr. Stub also was a member of the board of trustees of the Pacific Lutheran Academy, which later became Pacific Lutheran College, from 1910-1917. He was one of the founders of the Seamen's Mission here and was chairman of the board from its opening in 1917 till 1952. He had been an honorary life member of the the Norwegian Male Chorus since its founding.

He was active on the board of trustees of the Seattle Public Library more than 20 years. In 1947 he was decorated by King Haakon VII of Norway for helping to create goodwill between Norway and the United States. In 1956, he was named Man of Scandinavia by the Lucia Festival Committee.

Surviving are his wife, Victoria, and a half brother, Ingolf Stuf, Port Angeles.

Triple Golden Anniversaries
Ordination, Call, Golden Wedding
Dr. and Mrs. H.A. Stub
Festival Program
Immanuel Lutheran Church - Seattle, Washington

Biography

Back in the horse and buggy days of August, 1903, a little frame church in Seattle's "outskirts" at Minor Avenue and Olive Street was in need of a pastor.

Hans Andrew Stub, then 24 years old, had just been graduated from Luther Theological Seminary. The growing West was increasing the call for pastors. Young Stub was planning to continue his studies, but he had many calls. Recognizing the need for ministers of the Gospel, he accepted the one from the little frame church, Immanuel Lutheran Church of Seattle.

Descending front a long line of teachers of religion and clergymen, Hans Stub was born to Prof. Dr. H. G. and Diderikke Aal Stub on May 18, 1879, in the old historic parsonage at Koshkonong near Stoughton, Wisconsin. His grade, parochial, summer and high school days were divided among many cities and towns, for his childhood was nomadic. After special work at the University of Minnesota, he attended Luther College, Decorah, Iowa, from which he received the Degree of A.B. in 1900. Then he entered Luther Theological Seminary from which he was graduated in the spring of 1903 with the Degree of C.T. and as class president and valedictorian.

At the Lutheran church where he taught Sunday School at Minneapolis, Dr. Stub, then a student at Luther Theological Seminary, met Victoria Saxe. Several years later, on June 30, 1903, two days after be was ordained into the ministry, they were married. After a short vacation the couple prepared to go West.

The young pastor and his bride found a congregation of eleven members with three voting members when they began their service with Immanuel Lutheran Church in August, 1903. The building was without tower or paint and lacked pews, plumbing and most necessary equipment, and the congregation was deeply in debt.

But what the church lacked in resources, Dr. Stub and his young wife made up in faith, courage and zeal. Attendance at services increased. Improvements were made to the little church and it soon became attractive.

Now in its present central location at Pontius Avenue and Thomas Street, a larger Immanuel Lutheran Church serves the spiritual needs of thousands scattered in residence throughout the Puget Sound area. To Dr. Stub fell the challenge, as the city's population swelled and churches sprang up in fast-growing communities, of retaining his congregation and attracting newcomers. His sincerity, devotion and fervor were recognized and church attendance steadily gained. Now it is necessary on some holidays to hold four services, one following the other, to accommodate the worshipers.

Working hand in hand with her husband, Victoria Stub shares the credit, praise and gratitude which is being expressed to Dr. Stub on his fiftieth anniversary with the church. Talented musically, artistically and as a leader, Mrs. Stub forsook most opportunities for advancing her interests outside her home and church to be a devoted "help-mate." Her life is a record of faith in God and service to His church and His people.

Even during the long illness of their son, Gerhard, and the periods of sadness brought by his untimely death and that of their daughter, Sylvia, Mrs. Stub bravely carried on, assisting wherever she could.

She taught the primary class of the Sunday School for thirty years. She has been a member of the choir forty-nine years and has served at various times as its organist, director and soloist. She has been Cradle Roll chairman for the Ladies' Aid twenty-eight years. An honorary member of each of the twelve women's circles, she rarely misses a meeting of any and takes an active part in their projects. All the articles Mrs. Stub has designed, sewed, crocheted and knitted for the Aid's activities through the years would make a sizeable collection. Mrs. Stub also organized the South Puget Sound Circuit of the Women's Missionary Federation on November 13, 1919, and served five years as president.

In addition to receiving many persons by profession into the church, Dr. Stub has baptized 3500, confirmed 1450, married 3700 couples and officiated at 2850 funerals. He has administered communion for more than 20,000. But those services for which his congregation loves him most cannot be counted. Congregations usually assume it a pastor's role to call on the sick and the bereaved, to counsel on spiritual and material matters and to help in organizing and carrying out church activities. This Dr. Stub has done untiringly and cheerfully, but those in his congregation find more than a comforter, counselor and leader. He has become to all who know him a friend, personally interested in each individual cherishing the friendships he has made feeling deeply their joys and sorrows, tolerant and understanding of their shortcomings, quick to praise and quick to give.

Yet Dr. Stub's interests have not been confined to his congregation. He somehow found time to serve and organize congregations outside Seattle. In 1906 he organized the Luther League and the Choral Union of the Pacific District and was president of both organizations for many years. He was a member of the Pacific District Home Missions Committee thirteen years, serving as secretary from 1912 to 1923, when he resigned to become a member of the Board of Home Missions of the Norwegian Lutheran Church of America. He was the oldest member in time of service on that board - eighteen years.

He was a member of the Board of Trustees of Pacific Lutheran College from 1910 to 1917 and secretary from 1915 to 1917. He has been the buyer for the Church's missions in Alaska since 1916, establishing in that time two new stations. He was one of the organizers of the Seamen's Mission in Seattle and was chairman of the board from its inception in 1917 until 1952.

Dr. Stub served as secretary of the Board of Publication for "Pacific Lutheran Herald" and for the Pacific District of the Norwegian Lutheran Church of America. He is an honorary member of the Norwegian Singing Society and a charter member of the Norwegian Commercial Club. He is at present serving his fourth term as a member of the Seattle Library Board, having also served one term as president. He has attended every national meeting of his church body and has served on many of its committees.

Such a record of service could not go by unnoticed. Whitworth College at Spokane, Washington, bestowed the honorary degree of Doctor of Divinity upon him on May 29, 1936. In 1947 he was knighted by King Haakon VII, King of Norway, Order of St. Olaf, 1st Class. he was named in "Religious Leaders of America."

He was a speaker at the civic reception for Prince Olaf and Princess Marthe in Seattle in 1939. He was one of the vice-presidents of the Panama-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco in 1915, Lutheran representative at the Alaska-Pacific Exposition in Seattle in 1909, one of three speakers at the dedication of the County-City Building in Seattle, and Norwegian representative at the installation of the Scandinavian Department at the University of Washington. He has been called upon often to act as visitor, to dedicate churches, to lecture and to speak for many organizations and special occasions. He has refused innumerable calls East and South, among them a unanimous call from the Church to the presidency of Spokane College. Being a great distance from the center of the Church, he has had to forego honors; and chairmanships to which his term of service and his achievements entitled him.

A student, as well as a teacher. Dr. Stub speaks Norwegian fluently, some German, and reads many other languages. He and his wife visited Europe in 1929, adding greatly to their knowledge of the countries in which Lutheranism was born.

Dr. Stub has written articles and lectured on his "outside specialties"- home missions, church music, and church statistics. Among his principal written efforts are "Inspiration", "Music in the Church", "Christ in the Old Testament", "The Place of the Lutheran Church in America", "The City Church" and "Home Mission Problems".

Dr. Stub is considered a leader of Lutheranism in Washington state. One of Seattle's civic leaders recently said, "Lutheranism was unknown in Seattle before Dr. Stub's arrival here. Now everybody knows Dr. Stub and knows there is a Lutheran Church."

Dr. Stub is the oldest Protestant pastor. in point of continuous service, in Seattle and the stale, and as far as can be known, on the Pacific Coast.

He is regarded as orthodox without being narrow. Despite the recent pressures of "modernism" in religion, he held to the faith and practice of the Lutheran Church, and gratifyingly saw his congregation grow.

A true insight into the man's character can be gleaned by considering a statement be made in a casual conversation with a friend lately "I've learned," he said, "that the basic philosophy of living is contained in two words … 'be kind'."

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Note: there are two nice photos of H.A. and Victoria Stub in this publication... one taken in 1903 and the other in 1953.

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His nephew, Jack Stub writes (in an August 1999 letter to Connie Eckert):

In 1961, I received a hardcover history of the Norwegian Lutheran Church in America. Uncle Hans had recently moved from Seattle to Long Beach and had not yet received the copy intended for him. He was quite anxious about it, so I gave him mine. Shortly thereafter, he had a ruptured gall bladder, resulting in uremic poisoning, and it affected his sensorium. Although he had a full physical recovery, he had few lucid moments. I'd visit him at a Long Beach convalescent home, and it was heartbreaking. Aunt Vic finally got him into the Seattle Norse Home. She wrote frequently - he lived until his nineties - but it was jut not appropriate to ask about the church history.
 
Birth*16 May 1879 Koshkonong, Dane Co., Wisconsin; ||Who's Who Among Pastors in all the Norwegian Lutheran Synods of America gives birth as: Born May 18, 1879 at Koshkonong, Wis.6 
Residence*1880 Pleasant, Winneshiek Co., Iowa, USA; Enumerated in the household of his grandparents, Hans Andreas and Ingeborg Margrethe Stub.7 
Residence1880 107 Spaight St, Madison, Dane Co., Wisconsin, USA8 
GraduatioA*1900 Decorah, Winneshiek Co., Iowa; B.A.||Luther College4,9 
OrdinacLDS*28 Jun 1903 4 
Marriage*30 Jun 1903 Bride=Gulborg Victoria Saxe4,9 
Graduation*1903 Luther Theological Seminary, Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; C.T.4 
Residence1910 1215 Thomas St., Seattle, King Co., Washington; Age 30, born in Minnesota, Lutheran Minister.

Enumerated with Victoria 28, Gerald 6, Sylvia 2 and with servant, Anna Olson 40.10 
Employment*1918 Pontius and Thomas, Seattle, King Co., Washington; Clergyman, Immanuel Lutheran6 
Residence1918 1215 Thomas St., Seattle, King Co., Washington6 
WWI Draft*12 Sep 1918 Seattle, King Co., Washington; Hans Andrew Stub, age 39, registered for the draft on 12 September 1918 in Seattle, Washington. He was occupied as a clergyman at Immanuel Lutheran in Seattle, and listed his wife, Mrs. Victoria Stub, as his nearest relation.

He was described as of medium height and build with blue eyes and light hair.6 
Residence1920 319 Pontius Ave, Seattle, King Co., Washington; Age 40, born in Wisconsin, church minister.

Enumerated with Victoria 37, Gerhard 16, and Sylvia 11.11 
Residence1930 1215 Thomas, Seattle, King Co., Washington, USA12 
Residence1940 1215 Thomas, Seattle, King Co., Washington; Age 50, born in Wisconsin. Church pastor.

Enumerated with Victoria 56 and with (her) brother, Gustav Saxe.13 
WW II Draft*27 Apr 1942 1215 Thomas St., Seattle, King Co., Washington; Age 62, born in Stoughton, Wisconsin on 18 May 1879. Person who will always know his address: Alfred Oleson, American Bank Building. Employed as pastor of Immanuel Church.

White, 5 foot 8, 160 pounds, blue eyes, gray hair, light complexion. Mole on left temple.14 
Death*15 Jun 1968 Seattle, Washington 
Burial*18 Jun 1968 Pacific Lutheran, Seattle, Washington15 

Family

Gulborg Victoria Saxe b. 2 Dec 1882, d. 6 Oct 1975
Marriage*30 Jun 1903 Bride=Gulborg Victoria Saxe4,9 
Children

Citations

  1. [S9] Jacob Aall Ottesen Stub, Anniversary Service in Honor of Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Ministry of Jacob Aall Ottesen Stub, D.D. (Central Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, MN, 1926),.
  2. [S11] O.M. Norlie., Norsk Lutherske Prester i Amerika 1843-1915 (Augusburg Publishing House, 1915),.
  3. [S14] O.M. Norlie, and O.A. Tingelstad Rasmus Malmin., Who's Who Among Pastors in all the Norwegian Lutheran Synods of America 1843-1927 (Augsburg Publishing House, 1928),.
  4. [S43] Immanuel Lutheran Church, Triple Golden Anniversaries. Ordination, Call, Golden Wedding. Dr. and Mrs. H.A. Stub - Festival Program. (Immanuel Lutheran Church, 1953),.
  5. [S114] Western Viking, 29 May 1964.
  6. [S528] Www.ancestry.com, Hans Andrew Stub; Seattle, King Co., Washington; 12 September 1918.
  7. [S23] 1880 US Census, IA, ED 354, sheet 9.
  8. [S23] 1880 US Census, IA, 3rd Ward of Madison, WI; ED 75, page 130.
  9. [S138] Biography of Dr. Hans Andreas Stub - Author not known, from the biographical files of Luther Theological Seminary.
  10. [S7] US Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014 (Ancesestry.com), Victoria Stub, eid Oct 1875. Last residence Seattle, King Co., Washington, SS#532-66-9921.
  11. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, Seattle, King Co., Washington; ED 189, Image 20.
  12. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Seattle; King Co., WA; ED 102, Sheet 8A.
  13. [S619] 1940 US Federal Census, ancestry.com, Seattle, King Co., Washington; ED 40-198, Image 4.
  14. [S587] Www.ancestry.com, Hans A. Stub, Seattle, King Co., Washington, Serial #U2268.
  15. [S41] Obituary, Seattle Times, Seattle, WA (16 June 1968),.

Hans Andreas Stub1,2,3,4

M, b. 14 May 1822, d. 27 June 1907
FatherHans Gerhard Stub b. 6 Aug 1776, d. 1 Dec 1843
MotherMartha Andrea Gjæver b. 4 Oct 1785, d. 2 Mar 1874
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Jacob Aal Ottesen Stub
DNA Ancestry* Cathy Wiltgen is 3rd cousin to SSH on Ancestry. MRCAs are Hans Andreas Stub and Ingeborg Margrete Aretnz. Cathy descends from Mathilda Andrea Margrete Stub and SSH descends from Hans Gerhard Stub. 27.1/2

Jan Swanson is 3rd cousin 1x to SSH. MRCAs: Hans Andreas Stub and Ingeborg Margrethe Arentz. Jan descends from Lina and SSH descends from Hans Gerhardt. 9.0/2

Billy Eugene Sabin is 3rd cousin 1x to SSH on Gedmatch. MRCAs: Hans Andreas Stub and Ingeborg Margrethe Arentz. Billy descends from Lina (Bolette) and SSH descends from Hans Gerhard. 17.3/2 
Biography* Who's Who Among Pastors in all the Norwegian American Synods of America:

Born May 13, 1822, at Fuse, Midthordland, Norway of Rev. Hans Gerhard Stub and Martha Andrea (Gjæver). Private instruction; attended Christiania Univ., 1840-46 (Art., Philos., C.T.). Immigrated 1848. Pastor, Muskego, Wis., 1848-55; Coon Prairie, Wis., 1855-61. To Norway, 1861; suppl several parishes, Bergen diocese, 1862-64. To America, 1865. Pastor, Highlandville, Iowa, (Big Canoe, etc.) 1865-91. To Norway, Bergen Inner Mission, 1891-94. In America, 1894-96; to Norway, 1896, assist. pastor for brother in Strandebarm, Hardanger, 1896-97. To America 1897. One of the three pastors organizing the Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1851; one of the seven organizing the Norwegian Synod, 1853. Assoc. editor, "Maanedstidende," 1851-52. Made Knight of (Norw.) Order of St. Olav, 1903. *Ingeborg Margrethe Arentz, 1848 (died 1892), Died June 27, 1907.

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Hans Andreas Stub was difficult to find in the 1860 census. The surname was reversed so the family was listed as Stub Hanson, Ingabur Hanson, and Hans Hanson. Thus, they are not indexed under "Stub." Hans Gerhard's birthplace is frequently reported as "Muskego." Muskego is in Waukesha Co., WI. However, the Muskego Church was in Wind Lake... which is across the border in Racine Co., and the Stub's were living in the town of "Cato" - also in Racine Co.

Big Canoe Church Burial Records (Arnold O. Haugen, 1990) says:

Stub, Pastor H.A. b May 13, 1822. Bergen Norway. 85 yr d. July 1 1907. Pastor for Big Canoe, Hesper, Waterloo Ridge from 1865 to 1892.

Pamphlet: Velkommen til Big Canoe! says that the Big Canoe congretation was originally formed in 1853, with 37 charter members. Pastor Ulrik V. Koren was the first pastor. The congregation met in various homes and then built a church of local quarry stone across the road from where the present brick church (built in 1902) stands.

The first pasonage was built on 40 acres of land in 1865 when Pastor H.A. Stub came This house burned to the ground about two years later and was immediately rebuilt. A third parsonage (named "Borgen" - meaning "Castle on the Hill" was built in 1907.

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Obituary printed in the 28 June 1907 issue of the Saint Paul Dispatch:

Was Pioneer Missionary

Reverend Hans A. Stub Passes Away at the Home of His Son in Hamline.

Had led an Active life

He Established Many Norwegian Lutheran Churches in State of Wisconsin

Rev. Hans A. Stub died at the home of his son, Prof. Hans G. Stub, Capitol and Hamline avenues, Thursday afternoon a 4 o'clock. The cause of his death was old age - he was 85 years old. The deceased had been well up to two weeks ago when he was taken ill, and since then he failed gradually, remaining conscious almost to the end.

Rev. Stub was one of the first Norwegian Lutheran ministers to come to the Northwest, and since his arrival at Muskego, near Milwaukee, Wis., in 1848, he had been prominently identified with the history of the church in this country. He spent his early years in working among the settlements and also among the Indians, and during the course of his work established many churches which stand as an enduring monument to his name.

The first church which he erected was at Muskego. The original edifice is now at the Luther seminary of this city, of which his son in president. It was taken apart and put together again just as it stood at Muskego, with its benches and interior arrangements. It is constructed of logs.

Since Mr. Stub came to this country he made several trips to Norway, his native land, and on one occasion remained there several years, helping his brother in his parish at Hardanger.

From Muskego, Rev. Mr. Stub went to Coon Prairie, near La Crosse, and remained six years. While there he continued to establish churches in the southern part of the state. He then went to Norway and on his return in 1865, he settled near Decorah, at Big Canoe. He remained there twenty-six years.

In 1898, on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of his first church at Muskego, Mr. Stub was tendered a reception at his home at Big Canoe, Ia., by the prominent clergy of the Northwestern states.

In 1903, when the Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran synod met at Decorah, Ia. Mr. Stub was one of the principal speakers. On this occasion he was knighted by the king of Norway and Sweden into the Order of St. Olof. Since that time he has been living with his son in this city.

Mrs. Stub died in 1891 and is buried at Big Canoe. They had five children, two of whom are living, Prof. Hans G. Stub, and a daughter, Mrs. Marie Berg, of Minneapolis.

The funeral will be held at the Lutheran seminary at Hamline next Wednesday afternoon. The services will be conducted by Rev. Sigvard T. Reque, pastor of the Norwegian Lutheran church. Interment will be at Big Canoe, Ia.

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History of Dane Co., Wisconsin (1906): The paternal grandfather, Rev. Hans A. Stub, was a native of Norway, where he was educated in the University of Christiania, and there he was ordained to the ministry of the Lutheran church. He became one of the earliest clergymen of the Norwegian Lutheran church to take up pastoral work in America, having come to Wisconsin in 1848, locating in Muskego, where he had charge of Mission work, being also one of the six clergymen who organized the Norwegian Lutheran synod in the United States. He was afterward incumbent of pastoral charges in Vernon county, Wisconsin. At the time of the Civil War he returned to Norway, where he remained five years, at the expiration of which he came again to America and located in Winnesheik county, Iowa, where he had charge of several churches for twenty-nine years. In 1891 he again visited Norway, returning to America in 1897, and retiring from the active work of the ministry in the following year. He now resides in St. Paul, Minnesota, in the home of his son, Rev. Hans G. Stub, D.D.


5 
Marriage* Principal=Dora Margrette Halvorson 
Birth13 May 1822 Fusa, Bergen, Hordaland, Norway6,7,8,9 
Birth*14 May 1822 Os, Hordaland, Norway10 
Baptism20 May 1822 Den Norske Kirke, Fusa, Bergen, Hordaland, Norway; Parents: Hans Gerhard Stub Capellan and Marthe Andrea Stub fra Gjaever. Sponsors: Bapit Boteman, Tomas Krogh, Jacob S. Terfin, Mette Sandberg Tovein, Elizabeth L. Terpin.10 
Marriage*16 Mar 1848 Den Norske Kirke, Tysnæs, Hordaland, Norway; Marriage record: Theologi Hans Andreas Stub, son of Hans Gerhard Stub with Ingeborg Margrethe Arentz, daughter of Ole Tideman Arentz. Sponsors: Niels Gjaever Stub and Ole Christensen fra ___.; Bride=Ingeborg Margrethe Arentz6,8,9,11 
Immigration*Apr 1848 Muskego, Racine Co., Wisconsin; HG Stub: Then, at Bergen the last part of April 1848, father and mother went on board the little two-master "Statsraad Vogt." A brother in law was a part owner of the ship: hence cheaper passage. The captain - Mr. Solberg - was a very kind man who tried to makd the voyage as pleasant as possible. Father and mother occupied the captain's cabin. On both sides it had a small room with two berths in each, one above the other: the captain used one room, father and mother the other.6,12 
Ordination*1848 Kristiania, Norway; Bishop Arup officiating4,12 
Residence*1850 Norway, Racine Co., Wisconsin13
Residence1855 Coon Valley, Wisconsin14 
Residence1860 Viroqua, Bad Ax Co., Wisconsin; Age 36, born in Norway. Lutheran Minister, Real estate valued at $1,000. Personal estate valued at $250.

Enumerated with Mary 45, Hanss 11, Mary 8, Eli 4, and Henrietta 6 months. Also with Peter Olsen 21, Theology teacher.

Note that daughter Mathilde, who should have been about 3 years old in 1860, is not in the household. However, there is a male child "Eli" age 4. Possibly Eli and Mathilde are the same child with a name/sex discrepancy??15 
Occupation*bt 1865 - 1892 Winneshiek Co., Iowa; Pastor for Big Canoe, Hesper, and Waterloo Ridge from 1865 to 189216 
Residence1870 Pleasant, Winneshiek Co., Iowa, USA; Age 48, born in Norway. Lutheran Minister.

Enumerated with Ingeber 53, Maria 18, Mathilda 13, Elizabeth 10, and Olaf 8. Also with Louisa Vrorman 32 (school teacher), Ellen Michaelsen (domestic servant) 19 and Ponn Stub 53.17 
Residence1880 Pleasant, Winneshiek Co., Iowa; Minister; In addition to his wife Ingeborg and daughter Mathilda - there is a Lars Stub enumerated in this household, age 18 - born in Norway. His relationship to head of household is listed as "servant."18 
Residence1885 Pleasant, Winnishiek Co., Iowa; Age 62, clergyman, born in Norway.

Enumerated with Ingebor M., Liza Selota Stub 25, and Olaf Tedeman A. Stub 23.19 
Residence1900 Sacred Heart, Renville Co., Minnesota; According to Norlie, in 1900 he was living at Sacred Heart, MN in the home of his daughter, Bolette Marie, who was married to the Rev. Johannes E. Bergh.2 
Residence1905 Luther Seminary, Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; Age 83, residing with his son's family at Luther Seminary, Clergyman20 
Residencec 1906 Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; He now resides in St. Paul, MInnesota, in the home of his son, Rev. Hans G. Stub, D.D. 
Death*27 Jun 1907 H.G.'s home: Capitol & Hamline A, Hamline, Minnesota; old age||Norlie gives the death date as 7 June 1907... but other records as well as the published obituary on 28 June 1907 make it clear that the death date was actually 27 June 1907.2,21,22 
Burial*3 Jul 1907 Big Canoe Church, Highlandville, Winneshiek Co., Iowa; 13 miles NE of Decorah23,16,9,22 

Family 1

Dora Margrette Halvorson b. c 1877, d. 4 Nov 1962
Marriage* Principal=Dora Margrette Halvorson 

Family 2

Ingeborg Margrethe Arentz b. 7 Sep 1815, d. 22 Sep 1890
Marriage*16 Mar 1848 Den Norske Kirke, Tysnæs, Hordaland, Norway; Marriage record: Theologi Hans Andreas Stub, son of Hans Gerhard Stub with Ingeborg Margrethe Arentz, daughter of Ole Tideman Arentz. Sponsors: Niels Gjaever Stub and Ole Christensen fra ___.; Bride=Ingeborg Margrethe Arentz6,8,9,11 
Children

Citations

  1. [S9] Jacob Aall Ottesen Stub, Anniversary Service in Honor of Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Ministry of Jacob Aall Ottesen Stub, D.D. (Central Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, MN, 1926),.
  2. [S10] Olaf Morsan Norlie, Prominent Personalities: WCAL Radio Talks (Saint Olaf School of the Air, 1942, 138p),.
  3. [S11] O.M. Norlie., Norsk Lutherske Prester i Amerika 1843-1915 (Augusburg Publishing House, 1915),.
  4. [S14] O.M. Norlie, and O.A. Tingelstad Rasmus Malmin., Who's Who Among Pastors in all the Norwegian Lutheran Synods of America 1843-1927 (Augsburg Publishing House, 1928),.
  5. [S433] History of Dane County Biographical and Genealogical (1906, Madison, Western Historical Association), p 861-863.
  6. [S13] Hans Gerhard Stub, "Fra Fars og Mors Liv," Symra (Decorah, Iowa) Volume 3 (1907): 14-42.
  7. [S24] Skaathun. O.B., Soga for Fusa = Hålandsdal og Strandvik (Reklametrykk A.S., Bergen, 1967, 4 volumes),.
  8. [S83] Ch Delgobe, Stamtavle over Familien Holber med Tilhørende Legater (C. Floors Forlgag, Bergen, 1884),.
  9. [S211] O. Delphin Amundsen, Slekten Arentz i Norge (Oslo 1955),.
  10. [S637] Norwegian Parish Register Hordaland county, Os, Parish register (official) nr. A 12 (1816-1825), Birth and baptism records 1822, page 70.,.
  11. [S369] Den Norske Kirke, Tysnes Prestegjeld, Hordaland, Norway,.
  12. [S25] Rev. H.G. Stub, "Reminiscences From Bygone Days," The North Star Volume 4, Number 7 (January-February 1922):.
  13. [S22] 1850 US Census, Wisconsin, District No. 1, Town of Norway, Racine Co.
  14. [S58] Obituary for Gunilda Forinen Reese, Decorah Posten, Decorah, Iowa (13 September 1918),.
  15. [S336] 1860 US Census, Viroqua, Bad Ax Co., WIsconsin, Image 26.
  16. [S27] Arnold O. Haugen., Big Canoe Church Burial Records from Pioneer Settlement Days to September 1990 (Decorah, IA 1990),.
  17. [S337] 1870 US Census, Pleasant, Winneshiek Co., IA.
  18. [S23] 1880 US Census, IA, ED 354, sheet 9.
  19. [S636] 1885 Iowa State Census, Pleasant, Winneshiek Co., Iowa, Image 18.
  20. [S192] 1905 Minnesota State Census, MN, FamilySearch.org, Saint Paul, Ward 10, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; ED 46, Sheet 27.
  21. [S71] Obituary: Hans Andreas Stub, The Saint Paul Dispatch, Saint Paul, Minnesota (28 June 1907),.
  22. [S541] Funeral of Hans Andreas Stub, 1907, Archives of Big Canoe Church, Highlanville, Iowa,.
  23. [S4] Dixie A. Hansen, Cemetery Inscription, personally observed, Dixie Hansen, Saw marker in cemetery, 1 August 1999.

Hans G. Stub1

M, b. circa 1845
FatherPovel Skonevig Stub1 b. 15 Nov 1816
MotherGuriane Johnsen1 b. c 1822
Birth*c 1845 Finaas Præstegjeld, Hordaland, Norway1 
Residence*1865 Finnås, Hordaland, Norway; Age 20, born in FINA Præstegjeld, student.1 

Citations

  1. [S593] 1865 Norway Census, Finnås Parish, Hordaland, Household #1.

Hans Gerhard Stub1,2,3

M, b. 23 February 1849, d. 1 August 1931
Hans Gerhard Stub
FatherHans Andreas Stub b. 14 May 1822, d. 27 Jun 1907
MotherIngeborg Margrethe Arentz b. 7 Sep 1815, d. 22 Sep 1890
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Jacob Aal Ottesen Stub
Biography* Norlie relates this story, told by Hans Gerhard about an incident that occurred when he was an infant:

[My parents] were driving along a very rough road and their buggy was about to tip over, and Mrs. Stub, holding H.G., then a precious infant of a year old, threw him out of the buggy, thinking thereby to save his life. She saved it.

Names and relations to check: Lutheran Chuch Herald, August 11, 1931

H.G. Stub was an offspring of a family which can be followed for centuries back in Norway's history. One member of the family was the Rev Kjeld Stub, the courageous, outspoken pastor, who never was afraid of speaking his mind even to his superiors. When his fatherland was endangered (1644-45), he threw away his gown, donned the uniform of a colonel, organized a regiment and paid the expenses out of his own means. He died in the pulpit. Two grandsons of his were the Kolbjørnson brothers, famous from the defense of Fredrickshald. Another descendant was the Rev. Kjeld Stub, one of the pioneer missionaires in Finnmark. Later we find a Rev. Jens Stub, member of the Eidsvold constitutional assembly in 1814. An so on, a long succession of prominent men in state and church, and a practically unborken line of servants of God in the ministry, both in Norway and in America.

In America we have first the pioneer pastor, the truly Reverend Hans Andreas Stub, the pious Christian with the mind and the faith of a child and the courage of a pioneer. His son was Hans Gerhard Stub, who again has two sons in the service of our Church.

Who's Who Among Pastors in all he Norwegian Lutheran Synods of America, published 1928:

Born Feb. 23, 1849, at Muskego, Wis., of Rev. Hans Andreas Stub and Ingeborg Margrete (Arentz). Attended Bergen Cathedral School (Norway) 1861-65; Luther Coll., 1865-66 (A.B.); Concordia Coll., Fort Wayne, 1866-69; Concordia Sem., St. Louis, 1869-72 (C.T.): Luther Sem., 1878-96. Pastor, Decorah, Iowa, 1896-00; teacher, Luther Coll., 1898-00. Prof., Luther Sem., 1900-17. Sec., Minn. Dist., N.S., 1876-78; vice-pres., Norw. Synod, 1905-10; pres of same, 1910-17; pres., Luth. Hospital Assoc. (St. Paul), 1902-. Repr. of Norw. synod and State of Minnesota to Coronation of King Haakon of Norway, 1906; to Centennial of Norway, 1914; presented Norwegian-American "Mindegave" to Norway. Pres., N.L.C.A., 1917-25.... *Diderikke Aall Ottesen, 1876 (died 1879); Valborg Hovind, 1884 (died 1901); Anna Skabo, 1906. Lives in St. Paul, Minn.

His death certificate lists his cause of death as reno-cardio-vascular disease 94 years), mycardial (can't read the rest) (12 months), cardiac (can't read the rest) (4 weeks).

The informant was Anna Stub. Hans and Anna were living aat 806 Sheldon Ave., Minneapolis, MN.
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History of Dane Co. (1906): Professor Hans G. Stub, the father of him whose name initiates this article, was graduated from Luther College, at Decorah, Iowa as a member of the class of 1866. He studied theology thereafter , in St. Louis, Missouri, and in 1872 was ordained to the ministry of the church of his fathers. In the same year he took up his residence in Minneapolis, Minnesota, thereafter becoming pastor of Our Saviour's Norwegian Lutheran church and mission, in which he served zealously and ably until 1878, when he became professor of theology in the Lutheran Seminary , at Madison, Wisconsin. This incumbancy he retained until 1888, with the exception of two years passed in special study in Leipsic, Germany. In 1888 the seminary was removed from Madison to the city of Minneapolis, and there he held the chair of theology to the present time, save for an interval of four years, 1896 to 1900, during which time he was pastor of a church in Decorah, Iowa.4 
Birth*23 Feb 1849 Muskego, Racine Co., Wisconsin; The town of Muskego is in Waukesha Co. and H.G. Stub's birthplace is identified as "Muskego." However, as the Muskego Church was actually located near the town of Norway in neighboring Racine County and the Stub's were recorded as residents of Norway in the 1850 census, it's probable that Hans Gerhard's birthplace was in Racine Co.1,5,6,4,7,8 
Residence1850 Norway, Racine Co., Wisconsin9 
Residence*1860 Viroqua, Bad Ax Co., Wisconsin; Age 11, born in Wisconsin, attending school.10 
Graduation*1866 Luther College, Decorah, Winneshiek Co., Iowa; A member of the class of 1866 
Confirmation*10 Jun 1866 Big Canoe Lutheran Church, Decorah, Winneshiek Co., Iowa8 
Educationc 1866 St. Louis, Missouri; Studied theology4 
OrdinacLDS*1872 Lutheran Church4 
Employment*bt 1872 - 1878 Our Savior's Norwegian Lutheran church, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Pastor 
Residence1875 Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 26, born in Wiscosin. Enumerated with his Uncle, Paul Stub and G.A. Stub 53 (perhaps his Aunt?)11 
Marriage*11 Aug 1876 Dane Co., Wisconsin; Bride=Didrikke Aal Ottesen12,6,13,14 
Employmentbt 1878 - 1888 Lutheran Seminary, Madison, Dane Co., Wisconsin; Professor of theology, save for 2 years passed in special study in Leipsic, Germany.4 
Residence1880 107 Spaight St, Madison, Dane Co., Wisconsin; Professor; Enumerated with his 2 sons on 4 June 1880 in Madison, WI - although the boys were also enumerated with their Grandparent's in Winneshiek Iowa on June 11th.15 
Marriage*31 Jul 1884 Big Canoe Lutheran Church, Highland, Winnesheik Co., Iowa; H.G. was 35, Valborg was 23; Bride=Valborg Charlotte Amalie Hovind6,16,17 
Employmentbt 1888 - 1896 Luther Seminary, Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; Chair of Theology. In 1888 the seminary was moved from Madison to the city of Minneapolis (sic - actually St. Paul), and there he held the chair of theology.4 
Employmentbt 1896 - 1900 Decorah, Winneshiek Co., Iowa; Pastor of a church in Decorah, Iowa4 
Employmenta 1900 Luther Seminary, Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; Chair of Theology4 
Residence1905 Luther Seminary, Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; Age 56, teacher

Enumerated with his father Hans A, 83, housekeeper Ella Bergh 29 and son Ingolf 20.18 
Marriage*8 Aug 1906 Christiania, Norway; Bride=Anna Elsina Skabo19,20,7 
Residence1910 Sheldon Ave, St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; Age 60, born in the US, both parents born in Norway. Prefessor at Theological Seminary. Married for the 2nd time for 3 years.

Enumerated with Anna 42 and Ingolf 24. Also with servant Bertha Shoove 45.20 
Residence1920 806 Sheldon, Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; Age 70, born in Wisconsin, both parents born in Norway. President of the Norwegian Lutheran Church.

Enumerated with Anna 52, with his neice, Kathinka Ottesen, and with Bertha Staavi, a 55 year-old servant (private family) from Norway.21 
Retirement*Jun 1925 ||Norwegian Lutheran Church22 
Residence1930 806 Sheldon Ave, Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; Age 81, married at age 27. Born in Wisconsin, both parents born in Norway. No occupation.

Enumerated with Anna 63 and with servant, Birth Staavi 65.23 
Death*1 Aug 1931 806 Sheldon Ave, Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; Reno cardio vascular disease22,24 
Burial*5 Aug 1931 Sunset Memorial Park, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota25 

Family 1

Didrikke Aal Ottesen b. 16 Apr 1855, d. 2 Aug 1879
Marriage*11 Aug 1876 Dane Co., Wisconsin; Bride=Didrikke Aal Ottesen12,6,13,14 
Children

Family 2

Valborg Charlotte Amalie Hovind b. 1862, d. 3 Mar 1901
Marriage*31 Jul 1884 Big Canoe Lutheran Church, Highland, Winnesheik Co., Iowa; H.G. was 35, Valborg was 23; Bride=Valborg Charlotte Amalie Hovind6,16,17 
Child

Family 3

Anna Elsina Skabo b. 10 Nov 1867, d. 19 Aug 1960
Marriage*8 Aug 1906 Christiania, Norway; Bride=Anna Elsina Skabo19,20,7 

Citations

  1. [S9] Jacob Aall Ottesen Stub, Anniversary Service in Honor of Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Ministry of Jacob Aall Ottesen Stub, D.D. (Central Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, MN, 1926),.
  2. [S11] O.M. Norlie., Norsk Lutherske Prester i Amerika 1843-1915 (Augusburg Publishing House, 1915),.
  3. [S14] O.M. Norlie, and O.A. Tingelstad Rasmus Malmin., Who's Who Among Pastors in all the Norwegian Lutheran Synods of America 1843-1927 (Augsburg Publishing House, 1928),.
  4. [S433] History of Dane County Biographical and Genealogical (1906, Madison, Western Historical Association), p 861-863.
  5. [S13] Hans Gerhard Stub, "Fra Fars og Mors Liv," Symra (Decorah, Iowa) Volume 3 (1907): 14-42.
  6. [S83] Ch Delgobe, Stamtavle over Familien Holber med Tilhørende Legater (C. Floors Forlgag, Bergen, 1884),.
  7. [S634] Hans Gerhard and Anna Elsin Stub, 16 June 1923.
  8. [S686] US Evangelical Lutheran Church of America Records, 1875-1940, (www.ancestry.com),, Hans Gerhard Stub, confirmed on 10 June 1866 at Birg Canoe Lutheran Church, Decorah, Iowa; Image 589.
  9. [S22] 1850 US Census, Wisconsin, District No. 1, Town of Norway, Racine Co.
  10. [S336] 1860 US Census, Viroqua, Bad Ax Co., WIsconsin, Image 26.
  11. [S189] 1875 Minnesota State Census, Minneapolis, Ward 9, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; ED 35, Sheet 306.
  12. [S75] P. Lauritz (translated to English by Rev. George A.R. Gullixson Larsen, Jacob Aal Ottesen: A biography from the Norwegian (1987. Webpco., Inc., Wenatchee, WA 98801),.
  13. [S542] Jacob Aall Ottesen, Jacob Aall Ottesen Datebook - unpublished notes, 4 pages, undated,.
  14. [S562] Wisconsin Marriages, pre-1907, Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services, www.ancestry.com Didurkke Aal Ottesen married 11 Augu 1876 in Dane Co., Wisconsin, Volume 3, Page 272.
  15. [S15] 1880 US Census, WI, Madison, 3rd Ward, Dane Co., WI, Page 130.
  16. [S638] Iowa County Marriagaes, 1838-1934 (FamilySearch.org), Hans Gerhard Stub and Valborg Charlotte Amalie Hovind, 31 July 1884.
  17. [S686] US Evangelical Lutheran Church of America Records, 1875-1940, (www.ancestry.com),, Marriage of H.G. Stub and Valbor Ch. A. Hovind on 31 July 1884 at Birg Canoe Lutheran Church, Decorah, Winneshiek Co., Iowa; Image 625.
  18. [S192] 1905 Minnesota State Census, MN, FamilySearch.org, Saint Paul, Ward 10, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; ED 46, Sheet 27.
  19. [S135] Decorah Posten Obituary, 3 September 1960.
  20. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; ED 138, Image 21.
  21. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; ED 123, Image 19.
  22. [S33] Hans Gerhard Stub, Death Certificate 1995, Unknown repository,.
  23. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; ED 134, Image 22.
  24. [S136] Obituary in Skandinavien, April 29, 1927, lists is home as 806 Sheldon Ave., Saint Paul, MN.
  25. [S134] Gravestone observed by Dixie Hansen, 1999. Section 1-B, Block 8.

Hans Gerhard Stub1

M, b. 6 August 1776, d. 1 December 1843
Death & Burial Record for Hans Gerhard Stub, Hordaland county, Tysnes, Parish register (official) nr. A 9 (1837-1848), Death and burial records 1843, page 238.
FatherPoul Schonvig Stub b. 5 May 1744, d. 30 Oct 1788
MotherAlida Elisabeth Abel b. 14 Sep 1747, d. 24 Oct 1804
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Jacob Aal Ottesen Stub
Biography* Google translation of biography entry in Koren booK: Student 1793, 2 items. 1794 then tutor for 6 years, Cand Theology, 1802, thereupon private tutor for 5 years, pers. chaplain. Soegne in 1807, administered later during unemployment in Lund and Flekkefjord and last in Hommedal, res. Chaplain in Innvik 1817, res. chaplain in Os 1818, the 1825 parish preset in Kvæfjord, but had to because of eye weakness to search back to Os, granted 11/20/1826. Since 1841 the vicar in Tysnes. Married 1816 to Marthe Andrea Gjæver b. 1789, d 03.02.1874 Voss, daughter of trader at Moursund Nils Gjæver and Marthe Bugge.2 
Employment* Tysnæs, Hordaland, Norway; Parson (sogneprest) of Tysnæs

O.B. Skaathun in Fusa = Hålandsdal of Strandvik:

Kapellan Hans Gerhard Stub var res. kap. 1818-25 seinare til 1841, var brukar på 41.1 p. sm. i prestegarden og 1 1. 16 mrk sm. i Øpstad, g. Marta Andrea Gjæver.

Born: a) Paul Schonevig f. i. Innvik 1816, b) Nils Gjærver f. 1819, c) Henning Junghans Bugge f. 1821, d) Hans Andreas f. 1822, e) Johan Jacob Fasting f. 1824, f) Marta Elisabeth d. 1828, g) Marthe Elisabeth f. 1829.3,2 
Birth*6 Aug 1776 Jelsa, Rogaland, Norway4,5
Marriage*25 Jun 1816 i kirken, Landvik i Hommedal, Aust-Agder, Norway; Bride=Martha Andrea Gjæver4,6 
Death*1 Dec 1843 Tysnæs, Hordaland, Norway; Age 67½4,7 
Burial*19 Dec 1843 Tysnæs, Hordaland, Norway7 

Family

Martha Andrea Gjæver b. 4 Oct 1785, d. 2 Mar 1874
Children

Citations

  1. [S11] O.M. Norlie., Norsk Lutherske Prester i Amerika 1843-1915 (Augusburg Publishing House, 1915),.
  2. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), page 67.
  3. [S25] Rev. H.G. Stub, "Reminiscences From Bygone Days," The North Star Volume 4, Number 7 (January-February 1922):.
  4. [S211] O. Delphin Amundsen, Slekten Arentz i Norge (Oslo 1955),.
  5. [S637] Norwegian Parish Register Rogaland county, Jelsa, Parish register (official) nr. A 3 (1768-1796), Birth and baptism records 1776, page 166-167.,.
  6. [S637] Norwegian Parish Register Aust-Agder county, Landvik in Hommedal, Parish register (official) nr. A 3 (1815-1848), Marriage records 1816, page 187.,.
  7. [S637] Norwegian Parish Register Hordaland county, Tysnes, Parish register (official) nr. A 9 (1837-1848), Death and burial records 1843, page 238.,.
  8. [S593] 1865 Norway Census.

Hans Gerhard Stub1

M, b. 29 December 1903, d. 10 January 1937
Gerhard Stub
from 1923 Broadway High School Yearbook, Seattle, Washington
FatherHans Andreas Stub b. 16 May 1879, d. 15 Jun 1968
MotherGulborg Victoria Saxe b. 2 Dec 1882, d. 6 Oct 1975
Biography* Gerhard died following a long illness... at what age I am unsure.

See reference in Triple Golden Anniversary Festival Program: "Even during the long illness of their son, Gerhard, and the periods of sadness brought by his untimely death and that of their daughter, Sylvia, Mrs. Stub bravely carried on, assisting wherever she could." 
Name Variation Gerhard Stub1 
Birth*29 Dec 1903 Washington2,1 
Residence1910 1215 Thomas St., Seattle, King Co., Washington; Age 6, born in Washington.3 
Residence1920 319 Pontius Ave, Seattle, King Co., Washington; Age 16, born in Washington4 
Residence*1930 1215 Thomas, Seattle, King Co., Washington, USA2 
Death*10 Jan 1937 Seattle, King Co., Washington 
Burial*13 Jan 1937 Seattle, King Co., Washington 

Citations

  1. [S266] Index to Washington Co., MN - Birth Records (compiled list), Hans Gerhard Stub, born 29 Dec 1903 to Hans A. Stub and Gurbo (sic)r V. Saxe, Seattle, King Co., Washington.
  2. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Seattle; King Co., WA; ED 102, Sheet 8A.
  3. [S7] US Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014 (Ancesestry.com), Victoria Stub, eid Oct 1875. Last residence Seattle, King Co., Washington, SS#532-66-9921.
  4. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, Seattle, King Co., Washington; ED 189, Image 20.

Hans Gotfred Stub1

M, b. 22 November 1718, d. 1733
FatherJacob Stub b. 27 Dec 1671, d. 1736
MotherSophie Pedersdatter Læssøe b. 9 Sep 1684, d. 15 May 1749
Baptism*22 Nov 1718 1 
Death*1733 1 
Burial*1 Oct 1733 1 

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 153-154.

Henning Junghans Bugge Stub

M, b. 27 March 1821
FatherHans Gerhard Stub b. 6 Aug 1776, d. 1 Dec 1843
MotherMartha Andrea Gjæver b. 4 Oct 1785, d. 2 Mar 1874
Birth*27 Mar 1821 Os, Hordaland, Norway1 
Birth1821 Fusa, Midhordaland, Norway2 
Baptism12 Aug 1821 Os, Hordaland, Norway1 
Marriage*10 Aug 1849 Alstahaug, Nordland, Norway; Principal=Marie Elise Bernev3 

Family

Marie Elise Bernev b. 1820

Citations

  1. [S637] Norwegian Parish Register Hordaland county, Os, Parish register (official) nr. A 12 (1816-1825), Birth and baptism records 1821, page 59.,.
  2. [S24] Skaathun. O.B., Soga for Fusa = Hålandsdal og Strandvik (Reklametrykk A.S., Bergen, 1967, 4 volumes),.
  3. [S639] (FamilySearch.org), Henning Junghans Bugge Stub and Marie Elise Bernev, married 10 Aug 1849 at Alstahaug, Nordland, Norway.

Henrik Stub1

M, b. 28 July 1712
FatherJacob Stub1 b. 27 Dec 1671, d. 1736
MotherSophie Pedersdatter Læssøe1 b. 9 Sep 1684, d. 15 May 1749
Baptism*28 Jul 1712 1 
Burial*18 Nov 1712 1 

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 152-154.

Henrik Stub1

M, b. 16 May 1716
FatherJacob Stub1 b. 27 Dec 1671, d. 1736
MotherSophie Pedersdatter Læssøe1 b. 9 Sep 1684, d. 15 May 1749
Baptism*16 May 1716 Kristiania, Norway1 

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 153-154.

Ingolf Arentz Hovind Stub1,2

M, b. 16 May 1885, d. January 1971
Ingolf Arentz Stub, 1924 Passport Photo
FatherHans Gerhard Stub b. 23 Feb 1849, d. 1 Aug 1931
MotherValborg Charlotte Amalie Hovind b. 1862, d. 3 Mar 1901
Biography* Jack Stub: And then we have Ingolf Stub, the son of the syrupy Valborg. We got out of the Corps after Korea in February of 1952, and with no desire to brave Minnesota weather, we rented a house in Altadena, just North of the Pasadena line. And who should show up in midsummer but Uncle Ingolf. He'd been visiting a Cal Tech faculty member (at least, that's what he said), and after mentioning the names of a few other people, all of whom he said were important, he put out his cigar and left. He must have concluded that we had no loose cash, because when we got to know Uncle Hans and Auntie Vic, we learned that Ingolf was a promoter, had promoted them out of their savings in a grape growing scheme near Indio, and was shielded by the statute of limitations. Bill Murray, a good friend who had achieved some notoriety as the hanging judge of Orange County, always claimed he was a first class lawyer, and he proved it. He found a quirk in the California law about land deals: Ingolf was fair game. Auntie Vic was anxious to proceed, but Uncle Hans was squeamish about it, so the matter rested. But after he died, Auntie Vic wanted to nail Ingolf. With Murray's help, I drafted a letter to Ingolf. About a week later, a letter arrived from a third person, stating that Ingolf was ill and might not live. I then heard from Auntie Vic, who was really upset. Ingolf had called her, had said, who knows what, and she implored me to drop the subject. Some time afterwards, I received a letter from Ingolf, listing many important people he knew, including a half-witted congressman, James G. Utt. He also said he'd heard no one liked me at Luther College.3 
Birth*16 May 1885 Madison, Dane Co., Wisconsin4,5,2 
Birth1888 6 
Residence1905 Luther Seminary, Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; Age 20, student.

Enumerated with his father, grandfather, and a housekeeper at Luther Seminary.7 
Residence1910 Sheldon Ave, St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; Age 24, born in the US, single.8 
Marriage*14 Nov 1917 Evanston, Cook Co., Illinois; Ione Taintor was 27, Ingolf A.H. Stub was 32; Principal=Inos Martha Ingalls9,10 
Residence12 Sep 1918 Hedgesville, Wheatland Co., Montana9 
WWI Draft*12 Sep 1918 Wheatland Co., Montana; Ingolf Arentz Stub, age 33, registered for the draft on 12 September 1918. He was living in Hedgesville, Wheatland Co., Montana and was self-employed as a farmer. He listed his nearest relative as "Inos Martha Stub (wife)" although her address was not in Montana but at 20th and Euculid Ave. in Upland, California.

Ingolf was described as tall, of medium build, with blue eyes and light hair. He had no physical deformaties.5 
Employment*12 Sep 1918 Hedgesville, Wheatland Co., Montana; Farming, self employed9 
Residence1920 520 Oxford Ave, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., Calfironia; Age 33, born in Wisconsin, wholesale dealier in fertilizer.

Enumerated with Ione I. 26, with step-daughter Ione Taintor 7, with daugher Elizabeth V. Stub 1 years 2 months, and with mother-in-law Rosa A. Ingalls 44.11 
Note*18 Aug 1924 Emergency US Passport application indicates that his legal residence is San Francisco aand that he arrived in Brussels, Belgium on 3 June 1924 on commercial business for I.A. Stub & Co. of San Francisco. He planned to stay for 4 months.

Age 39, 5 feet 11 incches, high forehead, blue eyes, medium nose - mouth - and chin. Borwn hair, fair complexion, and round face.2 
Divorce* Principal=Inos Martha Ingalls12 
Residence1940 Encinitas, San Diego Co., California; Age 55, divorced, born in Wisconsin. Rancher, exporter-importer commodities - hardwoods. In 1935 lived in San Mateo. Enumerated with 72 year old tenant, Jennie A. McArthur.13 
Residence*1944 Alabama14 
Marriage*3 Mar 1956 Clark Co., Nevada; Principal=Jeanette MacMillen15 
Death*Jan 1971 Yuma, Yuma Co., Arizona4 
Burial* Desert Lawn Memorial Park, Yuma, Yuma Co., Arizona; Plot: Good Shepherd6 

Family 1

Inos Martha Ingalls b. 4 Jan 1889, d. 2 Dec 1967
Marriage*14 Nov 1917 Evanston, Cook Co., Illinois; Ione Taintor was 27, Ingolf A.H. Stub was 32; Principal=Inos Martha Ingalls9,10 
Divorce* Principal=Inos Martha Ingalls12 
Child

Family 2

Jeanette MacMillen b. 1910, d. 1990
Marriage*3 Mar 1956 Clark Co., Nevada; Principal=Jeanette MacMillen15 

Citations

  1. [S126] Found on the 1901 passenger list from Bergen to NY, travelling with his father. These records indicate that he was born in 1885 in Wisconsin and that he was travelling on the Stjerne line, and that "home" was Minnesota.
  2. [S633] Ingolf Arentz Hoving Stub, Emergency Passport Applications, Argentina throug Venezuela, 1906-1925, Volume 005, Belgium, #345.
  3. [S45] Jack Stub Connie Eckert. 7 August 1999, 2900 E Charleston Blvd., Apt. 217, Las Vegas, NV 89104-2364. (copy of letter in possession of Dixie Hansen, Saint Paul, MN).
  4. [S7] US Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014 (Ancesestry.com),.
  5. [S528] Www.ancestry.com, Ingolf Arentz Stub; Wheatland Co., Montana; 12 September 1918.
  6. [S583] Find A Grave Website (www.findagrave.com), Ingolf A. Stub, died 1971, buried at Desert Lawn Memorial Park, Yuma, Yuma County, Arizona; Memorial # 76652821.
  7. [S192] 1905 Minnesota State Census, MN, FamilySearch.org, Saint Paul, Ward 10, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; ED 46, Sheet 27.
  8. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; ED 138, Image 21.
  9. [S528] Www.ancestry.com, Ingolf Arentz Stub, 12 Sept. 1918.
  10. [S631] Cook County Illinois Marriage Indexes, 1871-1920 (Ancestry.com), Ione I. Taintor and Inoglf A.H Stub, married 14 Nov 1917 in Evanston, Cook Co., Illinois.
  11. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, Los Angeles Assmebly District 63, Los Angeles Co., California; ED 177, Image 8.
  12. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., California; ED 1209, Image 14.
  13. [S619] 1940 US Federal Census, ancestry.com, Encinitas, San Diego Co., California; ED 37-23, Image 38.
  14. [S74] Obituary: Jacob Aall Ottesen Stub, clipping file at Vesterheim Library, (1944),.
  15. [S632] Nevada Marriage Index, 1956-2005.

J.A. Budtz Stub1

M, b. circa 1847
FatherPovel Skonevig Stub1 b. 15 Nov 1816
MotherGuriane Johnsen1 b. c 1822
Birth*c 1847 Finaas Præstegjeld, Hordaland, Norway1 
Residence*1865 Finnås, Hordaland, Norway; Age 18, born in FINA Prœstegjeld, helping his father with writing.1 

Citations

  1. [S593] 1865 Norway Census, Finnås Parish, Hordaland, Household #1.

Jacob Stub1

M, b. 27 December 1671, d. 1736
FatherLauridtz Jacobsen Stub2 b. 11 Jun 1653, d. 12 Apr 1724
MotherThale Amundsdatter3
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Jacob Aal Ottesen Stub
Name Variation Jacob Lauritzen Stub 
Baptism*27 Dec 1671 Kristiania, Norway1 
Marriage*1706 Principal=Sophie Pedersdatter Læssøe1 
Death*1736 Age 66, Konsumpsjonsskriver1 
Burial*18 May 1736 Domkirken, Bergen, Hordaland, Norway1 

Family

Sophie Pedersdatter Læssøe b. 9 Sep 1684, d. 15 May 1749
Children

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), pages 153-156.
  2. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), pages 210-214.
  3. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), pages 215.
  4. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 152-153.
  5. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 152-154.
  6. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 153-154.

Jacob Stub1

M, b. 14 October 1593, d. before 4 September 1661
FatherChristopher Stub2 b. c 1543, d. 9 Sep 1630
MotherKirsten Nilsdatter Sømbou (?)3 b. 15 Nov 1551, d. 10 Dec 1635
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Jacob Aal Ottesen Stub
Birth*14 Oct 1593 Kristiania, Norway1 
Marriage*13 Nov 1624 Kristiania, Norway; Principal=Karen Andersdatter2 
Marriage*11 Jul 1652 Eidsvoll, Akershus, Norway; Principal=Anne Lauritzdatter2 
Death*b 4 Sep 1661 1 

Family 1

Karen Andersdatter d. 16 Jun 1648
Children

Family 2

Anne Lauritzdatter d. 1677
Children

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), pages 265-257.
  2. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), pages 265-267.
  3. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), pages 302-303.
  4. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 266.

Jacob Stub1

M
FatherJacob Stub1 b. 14 Oct 1593, d. b 4 Sep 1661
MotherKaren Andersdatter1 d. 16 Jun 1648
Burial*9 Oct 1681 Aker, Vestere Aker, Norway1 

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 266.

Jacob Stub1

M, b. 21 September 1692, d. 5 May 1749
FatherLauridtz Jacobsen Stub1 b. 11 Jun 1653, d. 12 Apr 1724
MotherMagdalena Axelsdatter1 b. 27 Nov 1671, d. 14 Apr 1742
Marriage* Principal=Sarah Quislin1 
Birth*21 Sep 1692 1 
Baptism24 Sep 1692 Akershus Slottskirke, Akershus, Norway1 
Death*5 May 1749 Kråkstad, Akershus, Norway1 

Family

Sarah Quislin b. 1696?

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 210-211.

Jacob Stub1

M, b. 22 July 1713
FatherJacob Stub1 b. 27 Dec 1671, d. 1736
MotherSophie Pedersdatter Læssøe1 b. 9 Sep 1684, d. 15 May 1749
Baptism*22 Jul 1713 1 
Marriage*1747 Principal=Gjertrud Marie Seierstd1 
Marriage*5 Mar 1755 Kristiania, Norway; Principal=Anna Marthea Stein2 
Marriage*b 1757 Principal=Catharine Margrethe Holst2 
Burial*21 Feb 1782 Kristiania, Norway1 

Family 1

Gjertrud Marie Seierstd d. 1754

Family 2

Anna Marthea Stein b. 27 Jan 1723, d. 12 Feb 1756

Family 3

Catharine Margrethe Holst

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 152-154.
  2. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 153-154.

Jacob Stub1

M, b. 25 August 1746, d. 1750
FatherLars Jakobien Stub1 b. 1708, d. 11 Jan 1774
MotherGjertrud Povelsdatter Schonevig1 b. 4 Oct 1717, d. 15 Apr 1755
Baptism*25 Aug 1746 Eid, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway1 
Death*1750 1 
Burial*1 Feb 1750 3 years, 20 weeks1 

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 99.

Jacob Stub1

M, b. 17 November 1750, d. 24 March 1812
FatherLars Jakobien Stub1 b. 1708, d. 11 Jan 1774
MotherGjertrud Povelsdatter Schonevig1 b. 4 Oct 1717, d. 15 Apr 1755
Baptism*17 Nov 1750 Eid, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway1 
Marriage*6 Nov 1777 Bergen, Hordaland, Norway; Age 69 years; Principal=Emmiche Dissingthon1 
Death*24 Mar 1812 Bergen, Hordaland, Norway; 63 years1 

Family

Emmiche Dissingthon d. 26 Jul 1820

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 99.

Jacob Aal Ottesen Stub1,2,3

M, b. 6 August 1877, d. 11 June 1944
FatherHans Gerhard Stub b. 23 Feb 1849, d. 1 Aug 1931
MotherDidrikke Aal Ottesen b. 16 Apr 1855, d. 2 Aug 1879
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Jacob Aal Ottesen Stub
DNA Ancestry* anne jackson is 1st cousin 1x to SSH. MRCAs are JAO Stub and Aleda P. Hooveron. Anne descends from Bertha Reese Stub and SSH descends from Didrikke A. Stub. 515/27 
Biography* Founder of Central Lutheran Church, Minneapolis and the president of the Norwegian Lutheran Church of North America.

From Whose Who in MN, 1941:

At age 15 earned 1st salary, 50 cents per day for odd jobs on farms;

Preached the funeral sermon for Gov. Floyd b. Olson.

Note for further research: also says he was 2nd cousin to Gov. Preus.

Lived 2016 Emerson Ave S.

Who's Who among Pastors in all the Norwegian Lutheran Synods of America 1843-1927:

Born Aug., 6, 1877, at Utica, Wis., of Rev. Hans Gerhard Stub and Diderikke (Aall Ottesen). Attended Luther Coll., 1890-91, 1893-98. (A.B.); Luther Sem., 1898-01 (C.T.). Pastor, Viroqua, Wis., 1901-02; Stoughton, Wis., 1902-18; field sec., Committee for Soldiers' and Sailors' Welfare, 1918-19; pastor, Minneapolis, Minn., (Central Lutheran Church) 1919-.... D.D. from Wittenberg Coll., 1919. *Aleda Hooverson, 1902.

From funeral program, June 1944:

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

Born at Koshkonong, Dane Co., Wisconsin, on August 6, 1877. Dr. Stub comes from a long line of clergy ancestors; 43 of his father's ancestors were clergymen, and 39 of his mother's. His father was Dr. H. G. Stub, for many years President of the Norwegian Lutheran Church of America. His grandparents, Rev. J. A. Ottesen and Rev. H. A. Stub, Sr., were among the original founders of the Norwegian Synod in America.

Educated in the Public Schools of Madison, Wisconsin, Minneapolis, and Robbinsdale, Minnesota. A.B., Luther College, 1898. Graduate, Luther Seminary, 1901. Ordained to the Lutheran ministry, 1901. D.D., Wittenberg College, Springfield, Ohio, 1919.

Married Miss Aleda Hooverson of Red Wing, August 26, 1902, who died June 13, 1930. Four children survive: Didrikke Hubbard, St. Paul; Bertha Lysen, Faribault, Minnesota; Ann Elizabeth Lunden, Minneapolis; Captain J. A. 0. Stub, Jr., now on duty with the Marine Air Corps in the South Pacific. Five grandchildren survive and two brothers: Dr. H. A. Stub of Seattle, Washington, and Ingolf A. Stub of Atmore, Alabama.

Pastor: Viroqua, Wisconsin, 1901-1902; Stoughton, Wisconsin, 1902-1917; Central Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, June 1919-June 1944.

Field Representative of the National Lutheran Commission for Soldiers and Sailors, 1917. Executive Secretary, 1918 to 1919.

President, Lutheran Brotherhood of America, 1917-1925. Secretary, National Lutheran Council, 1925. President, American Lutheran Conference, 1925-1931.

Decorated Knight of the Order of St. Olaf by King Haakon of Norway, 1940.

Central Lutheran Church is a monument to the indomitable faith, courage and foresight of Dr. Stub.

He was prominent in the civic and welfare activities of Minneapolis, having served on the boards and committees of numerous civic enterprises.

In tribute to his memory, Central Lutheran Church establishes "The Dr. J. A. 0. Stub Memorial Fund."

The pastor in charge of this service is Rev. Luther M. Roseland, acting pastor of Central Lutheran Church, of which Dr. Stub was pastor twenty-five years.

The anthem will be sung and the hymn led by Central Lutheran Church Choir, Mr. Peter D. Tkach, director.

The organist is Marion Hutchinson of Central Lutheran Church.

The funeral sermon will be preached by the Very Rt. Rev. J. A. Aasgaard, D.D., the general president of our church.

Rt. Rev. Nils Kleven, D.D., president of Southern Minnesota District, will bring the greetings.

The committal service will be read by Dr. H. A. Stub of Seattle, Washington, brother of Dr. Stub, at Sunset Memorial Park.

The family humbly and gratefully acknowledges the many greetings from institutions, organizations and individuals. Unfortunately time will not permit their presentation or reading at this occasion. Recognition will be given in due time.

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Interestingly, Jacob A.O. and his brotherr, Hans, were counted twice in the 1880 census. They were counted in Pleasant Township, Winneshiek, IA in the home of their grandparents, Hans Andreas and Ingeborg M. Stub. They were also counted in Madison, Dane Co., WI (page 130) in the household of their father, Hans G. Stub. Their mother had died the previous year - and their living situation would reasonably have been 'in transition."

Jacob A.O. Stub's death certificate lists his address as 2449 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis, MN. The informant was Mrs. L.R. Lunden (his daughter, Anne). Cause of death is myocarditis (years); hypertension with cerebral hemorrhage (1.5 yrs), and pulmonary congestion (6 days).

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1 November, 1904, Decorah Posten. Decorah, Iowa


 
Birth*6 Aug 1877 Utica, Dane Co., Wisconsin4,5,6 
Baptism19 Sep 1877 Utica, Dane Co., Wisconsin7 
Residence1880 Pleasant, Winneshiek Co., Iowa, USA; Enumerated in the household of his grandparents, Hans Andreas and Ingeborg Margrethe Stub.8 
Residence1880 107 Spaight St, Madison, Dane Co., Wisconsin, USA9 
Residencebt 1880 - 1884 Dane Co., Wisconsin; After his mother died (when he was 2) he was reared in the home of his maternal grandparents in Dane Co. until the age of 7.6 
Education*b 1888 Public Schools, Madison, Dane Co., Wisconsin6 
GraduatioA*1898 ||Luther College|| Bachelor of Arts10,6 
Residence1900 Sacred Heart, Renville Co., Minnesota, USA; Age 22. "At School"; Enumerated in the household of his Aunt Bolette Maria Stub Bergh and her husband, Johannes. Born August 1877.11 
Graduation*1901 Luther Seminary, Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota6 
OrdinacLDS*1901 Decorah, Winneshiek Co., Iowa7,10 
Employment*bt 1901 - 1902 Viroqua, Vernon Co., Wisconsin; After his ordination he became assistant pastor, under Rt. Rev. Halverson, of Wesby, being assigned to a congregation at Viroqua, Vernon county, where he remained nearly a year.6 
Employmenta May 1902 Christ Lutheran Church, Stoughton, Dane Co., Wisconsin6 
Marriage*26 Aug 1902 Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; Obit for J.A.O. Stub gives marriage date as 22 Aug 1902.

From the Crawford County Advance, August 28, 1902: Aleda Hooverson married Rev. J.A. Stub on August 26, 1902 at St. Paul, MN. Bride from Red Wing, formerly of Soldiers Grove, WI. Daughter of Mrs. Bertha Hooverson. Groom son of Rev. Dr. Stub. Planned to live in Stoughton, WI; Bride=Aleda P. Hooverson10,6,12 
Residence*1910 716 Main St., Stoughton, Dane Co., Wisconsin; Minister, Married 7 years13 
Residencebt 1917 - 1918 New York, New York; Field Representative of the National Lutheran Commission for Soldiers and Sailors, 1917. Executive Secretary, 1918 to 1919. 
Degree*1919 Springfield, Ohio; Wittenberg College||Dr. of Divinity10 
Residence1920 624 E 17th St, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Clergyman, Age 4214 
Residence1930 2016 Emerson Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Rent paid by church, Clergyman, family does not own a radio15 
Residence1940 2016 Emerson Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 63, widower, born in Wisconsin, minister Lutheran Church.

Enuermated with Anna 23 and Jacob A., Jr. 21.16 
ResidenceMay 1942 2016 Emerson Ave, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota17 
Death*11 Jun 1944 2449 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Pulmonary congestion/ Myocarditi4 
Burial*13 Jun 1944 Sunset Memorial Park, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co, Minnesota4,18 

Family

Aleda P. Hooverson b. 6 Mar 1881, d. 13 Jun 1930
Marriage*26 Aug 1902 Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; Obit for J.A.O. Stub gives marriage date as 22 Aug 1902.

From the Crawford County Advance, August 28, 1902: Aleda Hooverson married Rev. J.A. Stub on August 26, 1902 at St. Paul, MN. Bride from Red Wing, formerly of Soldiers Grove, WI. Daughter of Mrs. Bertha Hooverson. Groom son of Rev. Dr. Stub. Planned to live in Stoughton, WI; Bride=Aleda P. Hooverson10,6,12 
Children

Citations

  1. [S8] Evelyn Burlingame., A Genealogical History of the Hubbard Family and Allied Steele and Rowley Families (Unpublished 1975),.
  2. [S11] O.M. Norlie., Norsk Lutherske Prester i Amerika 1843-1915 (Augusburg Publishing House, 1915),.
  3. [S14] O.M. Norlie, and O.A. Tingelstad Rasmus Malmin., Who's Who Among Pastors in all the Norwegian Lutheran Synods of America 1843-1927 (Augsburg Publishing House, 1928),.
  4. [S29] Jacob A.O. Stub, Death Certificate 2639, Hennepin Co., MN,.
  5. [S83] Ch Delgobe, Stamtavle over Familien Holber med Tilhørende Legater (C. Floors Forlgag, Bergen, 1884),.
  6. [S433] History of Dane County Biographical and Genealogical (1906, Madison, Western Historical Association), p 861-863.
  7. [S9] Jacob Aall Ottesen Stub, Anniversary Service in Honor of Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Ministry of Jacob Aall Ottesen Stub, D.D. (Central Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, MN, 1926),.
  8. [S23] 1880 US Census, IA, ED 354, sheet 9.
  9. [S23] 1880 US Census, IA, 3rd Ward of Madison, WI; ED 75, page 130.
  10. [S74] Obituary: Jacob Aall Ottesen Stub, clipping file at Vesterheim Library, (1944),.
  11. [S6] 1900 US Census, Sacred Heart, Renville Co., Minnesota; ED 141, Images 8-9.
  12. [S649] Minnesota Marriages Index, 1849-1950 (Ancestry.com), Jacob A. Stub and Alida Hooverson, Married 26 Augu 1902 in Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota.
  13. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Dane Co., Stoughton, ED 88, Sheet 3B and 4A.
  14. [S21] 1920 US Census, MN, Hennepin Co., ED 101, 5th Ward, page 3A (name is spelled Stubb).
  15. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN; ED 162, 5A.
  16. [S619] 1940 US Federal Census, ancestry.com, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; ED 89-212, Image 9.
  17. [S45] Jack Stub Connie Eckert. 7 August 1999, 2900 E Charleston Blvd., Apt. 217, Las Vegas, NV 89104-2364. (copy of letter in possession of Dixie Hansen, Saint Paul, MN).
  18. [S133] Gravestone observed by Dixie Hansen, 1999.

Jacob Aall Ottesen Stub1

M, b. 23 February 1919, d. 16 June 2004
FatherJacob Aal Ottesen Stub b. 6 Aug 1877, d. 11 Jun 1944
MotherAleda P. Hooverson b. 6 Mar 1881, d. 13 Jun 1930
SSN* 476-10-39212 
Biography* From the obituary of his father, Jacob Aal Ottesen Stub: The son, Capt. J.A.O. Stub, ex'-40 distinguished himself in air combat in the South Pacific. 
Name-Comm Jack 
Birth*23 Feb 1919 Brooklyn, New York3,4,2,5 
Residence1920 624 E 17th St, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 10 months6 
Residence1930 2016 Emerson Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Also enumerated with the household is lodger, Emma Arnesen, a 38 year old widow - who is identified as a nurse with a private family.4 
Confirmation*1933 Central Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co, Minnesota; Lutheran7 
Residence1940 2016 Emerson Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 21, born in New York.8 
Marriage*4 Feb 1943 Principal=Nancy Kathryn Bates9 
Residence1967 Pasadena, California10 
Residence4 Apr 1970 371 Covered Wagon Dr., Diamond Bar, California11 
Residence*1974 Diamond Bar, California12 
ResidenceAug 1999 2900 E Charleston Blvd., Apt 217, Las Vegas, Nevada13 
Death*16 Jun 2004 Las Vegas, Clark Co., Nevada2,5 

Family

Nancy Kathryn Bates b. 14 Aug 1922, d. 25 Jan 1980
Marriage*4 Feb 1943 Principal=Nancy Kathryn Bates9 
Children
  • Andrea Aall Stub
  • Sandra Aall Stub
  • Anne Elizabeth Stub
  • Jacob A. Stub

Citations

  1. [S9] Jacob Aall Ottesen Stub, Anniversary Service in Honor of Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Ministry of Jacob Aall Ottesen Stub, D.D. (Central Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, MN, 1926),.
  2. [S7] US Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014 (Ancesestry.com),.
  3. [S21] 1920 US Census, MN, Hennepin Co., ED 601, 5th Ward, page 3A.
  4. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN; ED 162, 5A.
  5. [S675] Ancestry.com., US Social Security Applications and Claims 1936-2007 (Ancestry.com), Jacob Aal Stub, SSN 476-10-3921.
  6. [S21] 1920 US Census, MN, Hennepin Co., ED 101, 5th Ward, page 3A (name is spelled Stubb).
  7. [S129] July 1999: Dixie Hansen observed the index and confirmation class photos which are on display at Central Lutheran Church.
  8. [S619] 1940 US Federal Census, ancestry.com, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; ED 89-212, Image 9.
  9. [S219] Decorah Posten, Decorah, IA (4 December 1943),.
  10. [S471] Minneapolis Star, Minneapolis, MN (3 Oct 1967), page 20B.
  11. [S487] Marie Helena Hooverson, Death Certificate Los Angeles Co., CA, #7097-031113, 8 April 1970, J.A.O. Stub was the informant for Marie H. Hooverson's death certificate.
  12. [S121] Format Magazine, Volume 10 (AKA 19), March 1974, p10.
  13. [S45] Jack Stub Connie Eckert. 7 August 1999, 2900 E Charleston Blvd., Apt. 217, Las Vegas, NV 89104-2364. (copy of letter in possession of Dixie Hansen, Saint Paul, MN).

Johan Daniel Stub1

M, b. 15 February 1736, d. 19 December 1802
FatherLars Jakobien Stub1 b. 1708, d. 11 Jan 1774
MotherGjertrud Povelsdatter Schonevig1 b. 4 Oct 1717, d. 15 Apr 1755
Marriage* Principal=Mette Dorothea Heiberg1 
Baptism*15 Feb 1736 Eid, Nordfjord, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway1 
Marriage*13 Jul 1763 Gloppen, Nordfjord, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway; Principal=Anne Hegelund Krog1 
Death*19 Dec 1802 Nordfjord, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway1 

Family 1

Mette Dorothea Heiberg b. 23 Oct 1752, d. 1 Nov 1811

Family 2

Anne Hegelund Krog b. 4 May 1738, d. 1773

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 99.

Johan Jacob Fasting Stub

M, b. 25 September 1824
FatherHans Gerhard Stub b. 6 Aug 1776, d. 1 Dec 1843
MotherMartha Andrea Gjæver b. 4 Oct 1785, d. 2 Mar 1874
Birth1824 Fusa, Midhordaland, Norway1 
Birth*25 Sep 1824 Os, Hordaland, Norway2 
Baptism28 Oct 1824 Os, Hordaland, Norway2 

Citations

  1. [S24] Skaathun. O.B., Soga for Fusa = Hålandsdal og Strandvik (Reklametrykk A.S., Bergen, 1967, 4 volumes),.
  2. [S637] Norwegian Parish Register Hordaland county, Os, Parish register (official) nr. A 12 (1816-1825), Birth and baptism records 1824, page 90.,.

Johan Jacob Fasting Stub1

M, b. 16 October 1774
FatherPoul Schonvig Stub1 b. 5 May 1744, d. 30 Oct 1788
MotherAlida Elisabeth Abel b. 14 Sep 1747, d. 24 Oct 1804
Birth*16 Oct 1774 Jelsa, Rogaland, Norway2 
Baptism20 Oct 1774 Jelsa, Rogaland, Norway1 

Citations

  1. [S637] Norwegian Parish Register Rogaland county, Jelsa, Parish register (official) nr. A 3 (1768-1796), Birth and baptism records 1775, page 156-157.,.
  2. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), page 67.

Johan Peter Stub1

M, b. 2 April 1696
FatherLauridtz Jacobsen Stub1 b. 11 Jun 1653, d. 12 Apr 1724
MotherMagdalena Axelsdatter1 b. 27 Nov 1671, d. 14 Apr 1742
Birth*2 Apr 1696 1 
Baptism7 Apr 1696 1 

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 210-211.

John T. Stub1

M, b. circa 1846
FatherPovel Skonevig Stub1 b. 15 Nov 1816
MotherGuriane Johnsen1 b. c 1822
Birth*c 1846 Finaas Præstegjeld, Hordaland, Norway1 
Residence*1865 Finnås, Hordaland, Norway; Age 19, born in Finaas Præstegjeld, navigator and is no due to travel to Brazil.1 

Citations

  1. [S593] 1865 Norway Census, Finnås Parish, Hordaland, Household #1.

Jørgen Stub1

M, b. 19 August 1592
FatherChristopher Stub1 b. c 1543, d. 9 Sep 1630
MotherKirsten Nilsdatter Sømbou (?)1 b. 15 Nov 1551, d. 10 Dec 1635
Birth*19 Aug 1592 1 

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 302.

Kirsten Stub1

F
FatherJacob Stub1 b. 14 Oct 1593, d. b 4 Sep 1661
MotherKaren Andersdatter1 d. 16 Jun 1648
Burial*11 Jun 1682 Kristiania, Norway1 

Citations

  1. [S642] Gudrun Johnson Høibo., Minister Finn Korens Anebok (E. Sem A.A. Halden, 1958), Page 266.

Kjeld Stub L.1

M, b. circa 1854
FatherPovel Skonevig Stub1 b. 15 Nov 1816
MotherGuriane Johnsen1 b. c 1822
Birth*c 1854 Finaas Præstegjeld, Hordaland, Norway1 
Residence*1865 Finnås, Hordaland, Norway; Age 11, born in Finaas Præstegjeld1 
Immigration*10 Sep 1872 On the Ship St. Olaf from Bergen to the US (New York). Guriane Stub 50 and Kjeld Stub 17 are listed together. Guirene is in the Salon and Kjeld is in Steerage.2 

Citations

  1. [S593] 1865 Norway Census, Finnås Parish, Hordaland, Household #1.
  2. [S601] Ancestry.com., New York Passenger Lists 1820-1957 (Ancestry.com), 1872, September 10, Image 16 - "St Olaf."