Bio: Severson, Iver (Family Group Sheet Part II)
Surnames: Severson, Peterson, Larson, Johnson, Doehr, Boucher, Holmgreen, McKevitt, Durham
----Source: Scrapbook Collection of Duane Horn
Children of Iver Severson & Ida Peterson
1. Peter Salvester Severson
Baptism of Peter Salvester Severson, Little Norway Lutheran, April 27, 1890
Married: Lena Larson B) Wisc. - Parents: Hans Larson & Ellie Johnson
Children of Peter & Lena:
Clarence Adams Severson - B) February 29, 1924, Jackson Co.
Verna Eloise Severson - B) December 4, 1925, Jackson Co.
Kenneth Arden Severson B) November 29, 1927 - Jackson Co.
Lavern Everet Severson B) July 19, 1930
2. Lettie Bendicka Severson
B) July 30, 1892
Married - Fred Doehr
Two children: Roger and Verlin
Baptism - Lettie Bendicka Severson at Little Norway Lutheran - September 11 1892
Confirmation - Lettie Bendicka Severson at Little Norway Lutheran - June 2, 1907
3. Julian Irvin Severson
B) November 25, 1894 Town of Albion, Jackson Co.
4. Mildred Cornelia Severson
B) September 5, 1897 Black River Falls, Wisc.
Baptismal Record - Evangelical Lutheran October 24, 1897
Her name now - Mildred Cornelia Boucher
5. Beatrice Irene Severson
B) November 11, 1905 - Jackson Co.
D) March 31, 1987 - Jackson Co.
M) June 11, 1925 - Winona, Minn.
Her husband: Russell Alvin Holmgreen - B) May 6, 1901 - Jackson Co.
D) April 23, 1982 - Neillsville, Wisc. - Clark Co.
Buried: April 26, 1982 - Riverside Cemetery, Black River, Falls
Parents: Rueben Holmgreen - Amanda Johnson
Children of Russell and Beatrice:
Blaine Ivan Holmgreen B) October 14, 1937 - Jackson Co.
D) May 12, 1997
Ramona Ann Holmgreen B) March 11, 1931, Monroe Co., Wisc.
M) July 8, 1950 - Jackson Co.
Married: Lawrence Ronald McKevitt, Jr. - B) June 29, 1931 - Clark Co. Wisc. Parents: Lawrence Ronald McKevitt & Jennie Durham
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