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Christ, Mary, and their son Walter were still living in Ladysmith in 1930.....
1930 United States Federal Census
Name: Christ Carlson
Home in 1930: Ladysmith, Rusk, Wisconsin
Estimated birth year: abt 1881
Relation to Head of House: Head
Spouse's name: Mary
Age at first marriage:
Parents' birthplace: View image
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members: Name Age
Christ Carlson 49
Mary Carlson 54
Walter N Carlson 13
Chris' WWI Draft Card states that he was born June 9, 1880......
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Chris Carlson
Birth Date: 9 Jun 1880
FHL Roll Number: 1674979
Color of Eyes/Hair:
Signature: View image
Christain died in Hammond, Indiana March 26, 1949. According to his obit, his wife died in Ladysmith in 1931.
I can't make out the name of the cemetery because the middle section of the whole name is whiteout. I can send you the obit as a PDF file to your home address if you want it.
Bruce News-Letter | Bruce, Wisconsin | Thursday, April 07, 1949 | Page 6 | Column 2 & 3
SERVICES HELD FOR CHRISTIAN CARLSON, 68
A former Ladysmith resident, Christian Carlson, 68, who was well known in the Brice community, suffered fatal injuries March 26 at Hammond, Indiana, when he tried to cross a street in a blinding rain. Struck by a car driven by C. J. Krug of Hammond, Mr. Carlson died in a hospital shorty after the accident.
Funeral services were held last week Tuesday at Hammond with the Rev. G. R. Krupp officiating. The body was then sent to Ladysmith for further services Wednesday at 2 p.m. from Ritger's to the Hope Lutheran church, with Rev. Henry Erickson officiating. Interment was made in ??????? cemetery.
Mr. Carson was born June 9, 1880, at Heddemarker, Norway. He was united in marriage to Mary Martinson also of Norway. They went to Ladysmith May 17, 1900 where they lived until 1931, when Mrs. Carlson passed away. Mr. Carlson has since resided with his son, Edwin, in Hammond, Ind.
To this union there were born seven children: Edna Irene who preceded him in death while in infancy; Rose Scoville, Robert Carlson and Walter Carlson, all of Chicago; Ed of Hammond, Martha Eakman? Eskman? of Minneapolis, and Margaret Knudson of Fergus Falls, Minn. Surviving are also 16 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.
Mr. Carlson was employed at the Ladysmith paper mill and the Flambeau Lumber company for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson were charter members of Hope Lutheran church.
During the last four years Mr. Carlson was custodian of a school in Hammond. He was deeply loved by all children, teachers and members of the faculty. He leaves behind a host of friends.