Bio: Hagen, Peter (1868 - 1932)

Transcriber: History Buffs

Surnames: Gullickson, Gullikson, Haakon, Hagen, Hnsen, Sigri, Ure, Yorkston

----Source: Photo contributed by Steve Roberts from his personal collection; Clark Co., WI Naturalization Records; Wikipedia, Federal Census, Wisconsin marriage records

 

Naturalization, Neillsville, Clark Co., Wisconsin

Peter Hagen b. 27 Sept 1868 in Norway
Immigrated from Christina, Norway 14 Apr 1890 to Quebec, CA & then by rail to La Crosse, WI 8 May 1893 by Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul railway to La Crosse

Renounced Haakon VII, King of Norway 8 May 1893

 

  Prince of Norway (ca 1906)

 

Gudbrand Valley includes the most arid area in Norway. At Skjåk the average annual precipitation is only 278 mm. Gudbrand Valley sits in the rain shadow of the mountains West (including Jotunheimen), North and East of the valley. The valley is less incised than the valleys of western Norway. Farming is mostly confined to the relatively narrow valleys. Gudbrandsdalen and adjacent valleys are surrounded by wide uplands and mountain plateaus traditionally used as summer farms.  Wikipedia

 

Wife: Helen

Children:

Oscar b. 13 Jun 1905, Pine Valley
Theodore b. 13 Oct 1906, Pine Valley

Erna b. 25 Sept 1909, Pine Valley

Witnesses: Anton Unger (Merchant, Neillsville, WI) & Oscar Schoengarth (Co. Judge, Neillsville, WI)

Date of Petition: 1 Jan 1904
Clerk: Geo. A. Ure
Deputy Clerk: Leslie Yorkston

 

Oath of Alligence, 16 May 1914

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BioM: Gullickson / Gullikson, Tarbary Helen (4 May 1904)

 

Wisconsin Marriages, 1836-1930
 
Groom: Peter Hagen, white American male, b. Norway
Marriage Date: 4 May 1904
Location: Clark, Wisconsin, United States
Father's Name: Ole Hagen
Mother's Name: Hans Sigri
Bride: Tarbary Helen Gullickson, white female, b. Norway
Father's Name: Andrew Gullickson
Mother's Name: Tumena Hansen

Peter Hagen arrived in Minnesota in 1893 where he worked on farms. He later purchased land in Neillsville and developed a very nice farm; where he made his home.  May 4, 1904, he and Helen Gullikson / Gullickson were married at Neillsville and immediately set up housekeeping on his farm.

Photo contributed by Steve Roberts from his personal collection

 

                       1926 Map, Sec. 10,

           Pine Valley twp., Clark Co., WI

 

1920 Federal Census, Clark, Wisconsin, United States

Household
Peter Hagen Head Male 51 Norway, general farmer
Helen Hagen Wife Female 37 Norway
Oscor Hagen Son Male 14 Wisconsin
Theodore Hagen Son Male 13 Wisconsin
Anna Hagen Daughter Female 10 Wisconsin
Esther Hagen Daughter Female 2 Wisconsin

 

 


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