Obit: Hembre, Iver J. (3 Apr 1858 - 4 Apr 1924)

Obit: Hembre, Olivia "Olive" Ida Peterson (15 Feb 1870 - 4 Apr 1946)

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Surnames: Hembre, Lund, Ystad


----Source: Paul Ackerman Family Records; pg 22 of Julius Hembre's autobiography



Hembre Family members buried in the Greenwood City Cemetery, Greenwood, WI.








tn Hembre, Clinton C. 00-C013-01 2 Jan 1914 16 Mar 1947     Iver & Olive Hembre  
tfo Hembre, Edward J. 00-B013-08 25 Sep 1859 6 Feb 1946 Single   Jonas & Malene (Johansdatter) Hembre  
tfo Hembre, Iver J. 00-C013-03 3 Apr 1858 4 Apr 1924 Oliva Ida Peterson 21 Apr 1899 Jonas & Malena (Johnsdatter) Hembre Crushed by a bull in a barn
tfno Hembre / Lund, Jonas 00-B013-05 1 Dec 1832 16 Sep 1905 Malene Johansdatter 1854 Iver & Anne Helene (Voddan) Lund m. 1854 family rec.; b. Troudhjim, Norway
tfn Hembre, Malene (Margret) 00-B013-06 5 May 1824 27 Aug 1896 Jonas Hembre 1854 Mr. & Mrs Johansdatter  
to Hembre, Oliva Ida 00-C013-04 15 Feb 1870 4 Apr 1946 Iver J. Hembre 21 Apr 1889 Ole P. & Ingebor (Eglevist) Peterson  


1900 Federal Census, Beaver & Unit towns, Clark, Wisconsin, United States


Iver Hembre, white, married male
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Relationship to Head of Household (Original): Head
Years Married: 11 (1889)
Immigration Year: 1883
Father's Birthplace: Norway
Mother's Birthplace: Norway

Household Members
Iver Hembre Head M 42 (Apr 1858) Norway
Olive Hembre Wife F 30 (Feb 1870) Norway
Inga M Hembre Daughter F 10 (Mar 1890) Wisconsin
Ole J Hembre Son M 8 (Aug 1892) Wisconsin
Helmer J Hembre Son M 6 (Nov 1894) Wisconsin
Nelda E Hembre Daughter F 3 (Jun 1897) Wisconsin



Bio: Hembre, Jonas Lund & Malene Johnasdatter

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Photo of Malene Johnasdatter and Jonas Lund


In 1854, Malene Johnasdatter and Jonas Lund married and made their home at Sjomarka, rental place on the Hembre Gaard, from whence they acquired the "Hembre" name. All five of their children: Iver (1858), Edward (1859), Rafael (1862), J. Oline (1864), Jorgine M. (1867)

were born at Sjomarka, which name means: "Land by the Sea". Excerpt taken from pg 22 of Julius Hembre's autobiography, "A Good Time to Live"  (Typewritten 1978-1982)


Declaration of intent for Naturalization



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