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WALSH HERITAGE, NORTH DAKOTA: 1881-1981, BOOK 2, PG. 826
Hans and Dorothea Dose arrived in America fra Holstein, Germany on Mar 31, 1899. With them came two sons: Henry and bernard. A daughter, Alice, had come to this area several years before. She married John Schneecloth and settled on a farm one half mile west of the original Dose farm. Another son, William, came to America in 1888, living for some time at the home of his sister and brother-in-law.
Mr and Mrs Hans Dose spent the first two years of their life in North Dakota with John Schneecloths and then moved into a sod house on the site of what is now known as the Dose farm.
Hans and Dorothea Dose were among the earliest pioneers of the area.
William Dose never married. Bernard Dose was married and moved to Nebraska. they had two sons and one daughter. Henry Dose married Gladys Tollefson in 1934. They lived on the Dose farm. They had one son, Albert, who passed away in 1949.