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Ole Grytbak d. Nekoosa June 1950

Ole Grytbak d. Nekoosa June 1950

Posted: 3 Oct 2012 9:39PM GMT
Classification: Query
I am in need of the obituary for Ole Grytbak; if the cemetery is not given in the obiuary, I need the cemetery record, also. Thank you, Grace in AK

Re: Ole Grytbak d. Nekoosa June 1950

Posted: 4 Oct 2012 7:15PM GMT
Classification: Query
email me please at cmz@tznet.com...I may have a couple newspaper articlces with his name if that interests you... char

Re: Ole Grytbak d. Nekoosa June 1950

Posted: 23 Oct 2012 12:34AM GMT
Classification: Query
Info from Death record in Wood County, WI
Volume 33 Page 461
Ole E. Grytbak
Born 1-7-1868 in Meldalen, *MN (Has Meldalen, Norway in obit)
Died 6-3-1950 in Nekoosa, Wood, WI Age 82Y
Father: Eric Grytbak
Mother: Renne Snoen
Informant: Mrs. F. Newman
Buried: Solway Cemetery, Solway, MN 6-6-1950

Obit in Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune, Wis. Rapids, WI
Saturday 6-3-1950
OLE E. GRYTBAK DIED AT NEKOOSA
Ole E, Grytbak died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Frank Newman, 247 Wood Ave., Nekoosa, Friday evening at the age of 82.
Burial will be at Solway, Minn. A resident of central Wisconsin for seven years, Mr. Grytbak was born at Meldalen, Norway, January 7, 1868. He came to the United States in 1893.
He was married to Anna Olson in Norway and they had four children. Mrs. Grytbak died seven years ago.
Survivors include three daughters, one son, seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. A sister also survives in Norway. The daughters are Mrs. Frank Newman, Nekoosa; Mrs. Carl Newman, Solway, Minn., and Mrs. John Herfurth, Milwaukee. Edward, the son, lives at Stuttgart, Ark.

(Death record had death date of 6-3-1950, but it says Fri-which would be 6-2-1950 in obit.)
Hope this helps,
Brenda

Re: Ole Grytbak d. Nekoosa June 1950

Posted: 23 Oct 2012 7:21AM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank you so much--I knew his wife died in Mn but now I know he was buried with her so I can add them to Find A Grave where I don't believe either appears. Also, the Arkansas people I could not connect are no doubt descendants of the son. Ole was a significant pioneer up in northern MN and his daughters married brothers who were dredge operators in the judicial ditches project, an amusing bureaucratic boo boo! I appreciate you interest and support and hope some nice person helps you out in the same way. Cordially, Grace in AK
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