There are still other possibilities to check, both MN and WI had state censuses taken at the half decade, that information might prove to be valuable (I think both states continued until 1905). Now the interesting part, I think we have a connection, I have a Hans Clemetson (Klemmetson in 1880 census) (who lived around Ridgeland, Town of Sheridan) he married my ggrandmothers sister, Anna Maria Hansd. Mork, which would make him my g-g-uncle. I show Hans and family in the 1880 census about 20 or so households away from the Wigens. The farm name, in Norway, I have for Hans Clemetson is "Myrhagen." I knew their son Anton Clemetson (he married my grandmother's sister-in-law (her brother's widow), just a bigger web I guess (I guess he was connected to me in a couple of ways). In terms of the Hay River Church Cem, my grandmother's parents and siblings are buried there and do not appear in the transcription on-line, so you take it from there as to the completeness of the transcription.