Only Andrew Dalsoren I found was in Wisconsin State Journal, Tuesday, October 20, 1953, don't know if he's the right one
"Hit by 3 Autos, Stoughton Man, 76, Dies in Hospital
Andrew Dalsoren, 76. Route 1, Stoughton, died in a Stoughton hospital Monday afternoon from injuries he received when he was struck by one car and run over by two others Sunday night.
Dalsoren was struck by a car driven by Lulu M. Korn, 50, of 230 N. Carroll st. on Highway 51 in front of Halvorson's tavern, near Stoughton.
Eye witnesses said that Dalsoren's body was then run over
by two other cars, which failed to slop at the accident scene.
Miss Korn, who stopped immediately, told police Dalsoren
walked into the path of her car before she was able to avoid him.
Acting Coroner Norman Anderson said he was investigating the accident, and may ask the district attorney's office to step into the case.
The death was the 28th. traffic fatality in Dane County this year.
Mr. Dalsoren was born in Norway, coming to the United States in 1893. He settled in the Stoughton area and farmed until his retirement in 1930.
Surviving are seven sons, Lloyd, Madison, Nanen and Johan, Oregon, Elmer and Alvin, Stoughton, Clarence, Cambridge, and Oscar, Milwaukee; a daughter, Mrs. Oscar Groven, Stoughton, a brother, Knute, Minneapolis; a sister in Norway; 16 grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in Christ Lutheran church, Stought. The Rev. L. Olaf Tolo will officiate, with burial in East Side cemetery. Friends may call at the Larsen funeral home from 1 p.m. Wednesday until 11 a.m. Thursday."
Wisconsin State Journal, November 21, 1918 page 9, col. 1
"Mrs. Andrew Dalsoren, age 46, died last night from heart trouble. She is survived by her husband, ten children, all of whom are at home, her mother, Mrs. Berth Erickson, Eric Eperloin, her brother, Mrs. A. T. Sandsmark, her sister, of Ruland, Mrs. Christ Oren of Cottage Grove, Mrs. Charles Ortmann of Beloit, and Miss Bell Erickson of Madison, all her sisters. Funeral arrangements has [sic] not been made."
Capital Times, Friday, November 22, 1918
"Mrs. Andrew Dalsoren died Wednesday night at her home in Rutland, about 4 miles northwest of Stoughton, from apoplexy.
Funeral services will be conducted by Rec. M. H. Hegge Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the farm home and at 2:15 at the East Side Christ church; interment at the Lutheran cemetery. The deceased was about 46 years old and leave to mourn her death her husband and 10 children. Surviving her are also her mother, Mrs. Bertha Erickson, of Ruhland[sic]; one brother, Erick Sperloan, and 5 sisters, on in Norway and four in this country, Mrs. A. T. Sandsmark, near Stoughton; Mrs. Charles Ortman of Beloit, Miss Chris Oren, Cottage Grove, and Miss Belle Erickson of Madison."