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Gustave Adolph Lundgren was born November, 1863, in Skbg., Ramsberg, Sweden, and died January 31, 1923, at the Mayo Brothers hospital, Rochester, Olmsted Co., MN, at age 59. He is the son of Adolph Lundgren of Sweden, and Unknown of Sweden.

Sophia Louisa "Sophie" Larsdotter was born April 1, 1862, in Sweden, and died August 6, 1933, in Ironwood Twp., Gogebic Co., MI, at age 71. Buried in Riverside Cemetery, Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI. She is the daughter of Lars Fredrik Nilsson of Grebo Parish, Ístergőtland, Sweden, and Gustava Wilhemina Ekman of Asby Parish, Linkőping District of Ístergőtland, Sweden.

Sophia Louisa "Sophie" Larsdotter changed her last name to Larson upon arriving in the USA.

Gustave Adolph Lundgren and Sophia Louisa "Sophie" Larson were married about 1889 in Ishpeming, Marquette Co., MI.

Gustave Adolph Lundgren and Sophia Louisa "Sophie" (Larson) Lundgren had seven children:

  1. Adolph Lundgren: Born September 11, 1891, in Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI; Died July 19, 1893, in Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI (age 1). Cause of death was Diphtheria.
  2. Harry Gustave Lundgren: Born May 31, 1893, in Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI; Died March 24, 1919, at University of Michigan Hospital, Ann Arbor, Washentaw Co., MI (age 25). Never married. He died from Bronchial Pneumonia.
  3. Agnes Sophia Lundgren: Born November 11, 1894, in Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI; Died January 14, 1924, in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI, due to Heart Trouble (age 29). Married June 28, 1916, in Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI, to Richard Arthur Juleff: Born May 14, 1889, in Champion, MI; Died May, 1980, in Berkley, Oakland Co., MI (about age 91.
  4. Edward Charles Lundgren: Born October 23, 1898, in Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI; Died November 19, 1992, in Tomahawk, Lincoln Co., WI (age 94). Married September 30, 1920, in Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI, to Rozina Alphonsine "Rose" Dalbec: Born January 23, 1900, in Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI; Died January 3, 1986, in Bessemer, Gogebic Co., MI (age 85).
  5. Jennie M. Lundgren: Born May 1, 1901, in Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI; Died January 13, 1946, at St. Luke's Hospital, Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI (age 44). Married June 28, 1923, Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI, to Edward Lewis Swan: Born September 15, 1884, in Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., WI; Died November 19, 1945, in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI (about age 60). Buried in Riverside Cemetery, Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI.
  6. Rudolph E. Lundgren: Born May 2, 1903, in Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI; Died December 28, 1942, in Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI (age 39). Never married.
  7. Milton J. Lundgren: Born December 25, 1905, in Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI; Died December 31, 1994, in Ishpeming, Marquette Co., MI (age 89). Married October 18, 1929, in Marquette, Marquette Co., MI, to June Victoria Wicklund: Born June 13, 1910, in Bessemer, Gogebic Co., MI; Died June 23, 1996, in Ishpeming, Marquette Co., MI (age 86).



TIMELINE

Sophia Louisa Larsdotter was born April 1, 1862, in Sweden.

Gustave Adolph Lundgren was born November, 1863, in Sweden.

Gustave Adolph Lundgren and Sophia Louisa "Sophie" Larson were married about 1889 in Ishpeming, Marquette Co., MI.

Adolph Lundgren died July 19, 1893, in Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI, T age 1. Cause of death was Diptheria.


Adolph Lundgren Death Record.


Adolph Lundgren and wife, the parents of Gustave Adolph Lundgren


Unidentified picture, possibly a Lundgren daughter (sister of Gustave Adolph Lundgren)


Harry Gustave Lundgren was born May 31, 1893, in Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI.

Loretta Juleff was born 1897, in Torch Lake Twp., Houghton Co., MI.

Loretta Juleff died September 15, 1897, in Torch Lake Twp., Houghton Co., MI, at age 7 months. Cause of death was Collic.

The 1900 U. S. Census taken on June 7, 1900, shows Adolph Lundgren (age 36) born in Sweden to Swedish-born parents and emigrating from Sweden in 1888 with Pa naturalization is a teamster living at 833 East Mc Leod Avenue, Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI. Living with him is his wife of eleven years, Sophia Lundgren (age 38) born March 1862 in Sweden to Swedish parents and emigrating from Sweden in 1888, with three of her four children still living. Also living at home are their three children, all born in Michigan: Herry Lundgren (age 7) born May 1893; Egnes Lundgren (age 5) born November 1894; and Edward Lundgren (age 1) born October 1898.

The 1910 U. S. Census taken on April 25, 1910, shows Adolph Lingren (age 46) born in Sweden to Swedish-born parents and emigrating from Sweden in 1896 with Na naturalization is a foreman in a mine owning his own home at 615 Sutherland Street, Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI. Living with him is his wife of 18 years, Anna Lingren (age 48) born in Sweden to Swedish parents and emigrating from Sweden in 1895, with six of her six children still living. Also living at home are their six children, all born in Michigan: Harvey Lingren (age 16); Agnes Lingren (age 15); Edward Lingren (age 11); Jennie Lingren  (age 8); Randolph Lingren (age 6); and Milton Lingren (age 4). There is also a family of three renting there.

The WWI Draft Registration Report dated May 27, 1917, shows Harry Gustave Lundgren, born May 31, 1893, in Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI, is an unmarried Medical Student, and is residing at 615 Sutherland Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI


 

   

The WWI Draft Registration Report for Harry Gustave Lundgren.


Douglas Joseph Juleff was born March 22, 1917, in the Village of Laurium, Calumet Twp., Houghton Co, MI.

Harry Gustave Lundgren died March 24, 1919, at University of Michigan Hospital, Ann Arbor, Washentaw Co., MI, at age 25.


Harry Gustave Lundgren Death Record.


The Daily Times News, Ann Arbor, Washentaw Co., MI, Monday, March 24, 1919

DR. LUNDGREN OF THE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL DIES OF PNEUMONIA

Was Ill Only Seven Days - Remains to Be Taken to Home in Ironwood.

Dr. Harry G. Lundgren, one of the staff of the University hospital, died this afternoon at 1 o'clock, following an illness of seven days of pneumonia. Dr.. Lundgren was graduated from the medical department of the University of Michigan and has been on the staff of the university for a year and a half. His home is in Ironwood, where his parents are now living, and his body will be taken to that place for the funeral and burial. Dr. Lundgren was unmarried.


The 1920 U. S. Census taken on January 17, 1920, shows Gustav A. Lundgren (age 55) born in Sweden to Swedish-born parents and emigrating from Sweden in 1888 with Na naturalization in 1906 is a foreman in a boiler house owning his own home at 615 Sutherland Street, 5th Ward, Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI. Living with him is his wife of 18 years, Sophia Lundgren (age 57) born in Sweden to Swedish parents and emigrating from Sweden in 1888 and a Na citizen. Also living at home are four of their children, all unmarried and born in Michigan to Swedish-born parents: Edward Lundgren (age 21) who is a fireman on a railroad; Jennie Lundgren (age 18) who is a bookkeeper in a factory; Randolph Lundgren (age 16); and Milton Lundgren (age 14).

Edward Charles Lundgren and Rozina Alphonsine "Rose" Dalbec were married September 30, 1920, in Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI.


Edward Charles Lundgren and Rozina Alphonsine "Rose" Dalbec Marriage Record.


Ironwood Daily Globe, Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI, October 1, 1920

Ironwood Couple Married.

A quiet wedding was solemnized at St. Ambrose church at 7 o'clock Thursday evening, when Miss Rose Dalbec and Edward Lundgren were united in marriage. The only attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Welsh of this city. Mrs. Welsh is a sister of the bride. The bride and her attendant wore suits of dark blue and hats to match. A wedding supper was served to the immediate relatives of the pair, at the home of the bride's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Lundgren left last evening for a wedding trip to Rockford, Ill., and will be at home in Antigo after Nov. 1.


Edward Lewis Swan and Jennie M. Lundgren were married June 28, 1923, Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI.


Edward Lewis Swan and Jennie M. Lundgren Marriage Record.


Ironwood Daily Globe, Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI, Tuesday, January 23, 1923

PERSONALS

Mrs. G. A. Lundgren, Sutherland street, has left for Rochester where her husband is receiving medical treatment at the Mayo Brothers hospital.


Gustave Adolph Lundgren died January 31, 1923, at the Mayo Brothers hospital, Rochester, Olmsted Co., MN, at age 59.


Ironwood Daily Globe, Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI, Friday, February 2, 1923

LUNDGREN FUNERAL TO BE CONDUCTED SATURDAY

Funeral services for the late G. A. Lundgren, 60, will take place tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from the home, 615 Sutherland street. The 2 o'clock services will be at the Swedish Methodist church, with the Rev. Axel G. Pearson officiating. Interment will be made in Riverside cemetery. Mr. Lundgren is survived by his wife and two daughters, Mrs. Juleff of Detroit, and Miss Jenie of this city, and three sons, Milton, Edward and Rudolph, of this city.


Ironwood Daily Globe, Ironwood Twp., Gogebic Co., MI, Friday, February 2, 1923

Mrs. Eskel Netterblad of St. Paul, arrived here this morning from her home to attend the funeral of the late G. A. Lundgren, who died Wednesday afternoon at Rochester.


Edward Lewis Swan and Jennie M. Lundgren were married June 28, 1923, Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI.


Edward Lewis Swan and Jennie M. Lundgren Marriage Record.


Agnes Sophia (Lundgren) Juleff died January 14, 1924, in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI, due to Heart Trouble, at age 29.


Agnes Sophia (Lundgren) Juleff Death Record.


Ironwood Daily Globe, Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI, Tuesday, January 15, 1924

MRS. JULEFF DIES IN DETROIT; BURIAL HERE

Body To Be Shipped Here Thursday Morning.

The body of Mrs. Richard A. Juleff, 29, will be brought here Thursday morning for burial. Mrs. Juleff, who was formerly Miss Agnes Lundgren of this city, died Monday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock at her home in Detroit after a protracted illness with heart trouble. For the last three months she has been confined to her bed. The deceased was born in this city in 1893 and attended the public schools of Ironwood. In 1916 her marriage to Mr. Juleff took place and they left Ironwood to make their home in the Copper county, later moving to Superior and then to Detroit. She is survived by her husband and one son, Douglas, seven years of age. She also leaves her mother, Mrs. G. A. Lundgren, of this city, one sister, Mrs. E. L. Swan, and three brothers, Edward, Rudolph and Milton Lundgren, also of Ironwood. No definite arrangements have been made for the funeral pending the arrival of the body Thursday morning. Mrs. Lundgren, who has been visiting in Detroit for the last two months, and Mr. Juleff and a sister in law of the deceased will accompany the body here.


City of Ironwood Michigan 1928 Directory of Residents:

b/ & g/ = number of male & female children under 16 years of age and living at home.

Lundgren, Astor 215 S Curry St P 0 clerk
Lundgren, Edward married 241 S Curry St truck driver g/1
Lundgren, G A Mrs 615 Sutherland St
Lundgren, Rudolph truck driver home


Ironwood Daily Globe, Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI, Monday, April 1, 1929

Personal Mention

Milton Lundgren returned Sunday night to the Northern State Teachers' college at Marquette. He was a guest of his mother, Mrs. G. A. Lundgren, 815 Sutherland street..


Milton J. Lundgren and June Victoria Wicklund were married October 18, 1929, in Marquette, Marquette Co., MI.


Milton J. Lundgren and June Victoria Wicklund Marriage Record.


The 1930 U. S. Census taken on April 5, 1930, shows Edward L. Swan (age 45) born in Wisconsin to Swedish-born parents is a commercial traveler for wholesale paints renting his home in Ironwood, Gogebec Co., MI. Living with him is his wife, Jennie M. Swan (age 28) born in Michigan to Swedish-born parents. The Swans were married at ages 39 and 22. Also living there are their children: Wanda R. Swan (age 5); and Edward L. Swan (age 2 11/12); both born in Michigan. Also living there were: Sophia L. Lundgren (age 68) born in Sweden; Rudolph E. Lundgren (age 26) unmarried and a chauffeur for a wholesale food or feed store; and Milton J. Lundgren (age 24) unmarried and unemployed.

Sophia Louisa "Sophie" (Larson) Lundgren died August 6, 1933, in Ironwood Twp., Gogebic Co., MI, at age 71.


Sophia Louisa "Sophie" (Larson) Lundgren Death Record.


Ironwood Daily Globe, Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI, Monday, August 7, 1933

DIES SUDDENLY IN AUTOMOBILE RIDE

Heart Attack Causes Death of Mrs. Sophia Lundgren, 71

Mrs. Sophia Lundgren, 71, died suddenly at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon while riding in an automobile with a son, Rudolph, and several friends on the Black river road. They were on their way home when Mrs. Lundgren suffered a heart attack which caused her death. She had been ailing since she suffered an attack of pneumonia two months ago. The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon, with services at the family home, 615 Sutherland street, at 2 o'clock and at the Swedish Methodist church at 2:30. The Rev. Carl Malmquist will officiate. Burial will be in Riverside cemetery. Mrs. Lundgren was born in Sweden March 31, 1852. She came to this country in 1888, locating in Ishpeming, where she was married to G. A. Lundgren. Before her marriage she was Miss Sophia Larson. They came to Ironwood in 1891. The deceased is survived by three sons and one daughter, Rudolph, Edward, Milton, and Mrs. E. L. Swan, all of Ironwood, and five grandchildren. Mr. Lundgren died ten years ago. Mrs. Lundgren was a member of the Leading Star society and of the Swedish Methodist church. The body will be taken to the home between 4 and 5 o'clock this afternoon.


Ironwood Daily Globe, Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI, Monday, August 7, 1933

CARD OF THANKS

We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown us, for the beautiful floral offerings and the kind donation of cars during the sad bereavement and loss of our beloved mother, Mrs. Sophie Lundgren.

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Swan; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lundgren; Rudolph Lundgren; Milton Lundgren


Ironwood Daily Globe, Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI, Thursday, August 10, 1933

FUNERALS

MRS. SOPHIA LUNDGREN

Last rites for Mrs. Sophia Lundgren, old resident of the city who died suddenly Sunday afternoon, were conducted yesterday afternoon at the family home on Sutherland street and at the Swedish Methodist church by the Rev. Carl Malmquist. Burial was in Riverside cemetery. Pallbearers were Ole Leskell, James Larson, Magnus Olson, Arthur Bergland Charles M. Anderson, Charles Jackson. Floral tributes were carried by Mesdames Ole Leskell, Haling, Charles M. Anderson, Dan Leskell, P. A. Johnson, Swan Larson, Victor Fredrickson, Charles Tobin and F. C. Ohman. Persons from out of town who attended the services were Mrs. Almo Larson of Waupaca, Arthur Larson of Sheridan, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Swenson and daughter, Helen of Rockford, Ill, and Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle J. Huber of Minocqua.


Ironwood, Michigan 1938 City Directory

Lundgren, Frank ...  132 W Birch diamond driller Newport Mine
Lundgren, Milton (June) ... 340 E Arch credit mgr O'Donnell Seamens
Lundgren, Oster ...  215 S Curry clerk Ironwood Post Office 
Lundgren, Rudolph ...  615 Sutherland St


Harry Gustave Lundgren Draft Registration Report


Edward Charles Lundgren Draft Registration Report


Rudolph E. Lundgren died December 28, 1942, in Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI, at age 39.


Ironwood Daily Globe, Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI, Monday, December 28, 1942

RUDOLPH LUNDGREN DIES EARLY TODAY

Lived in Ironwood All His Life, Funeral Rites Wednesday.

Rudolph E. Lundgren, 39, who made his home with his brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Swan of 137 Midland avenue, died at the family home this morning at 8 o'clock. He had been ailing since last fall. Mr. Lundgren was born May 2, 1903 in Ironwood, attended schools here and was graduated from Luther L. Wright high school in 1921. He was a member of the Young Men's Athletic club and of the Grace Methodist church. Besides his sister, Mrs. Swan, the deceased is survived by two brothers, Edward Lundgren of Anvil location, and Milton Lungren, now of Detroit but formerly of Ironwood. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Nyberg funeral home, the Rev. C. W. Egeland officiating. The body may be viewed at the funeral home Tuesday night and until the time of the services Wednesday afternoon.


Ironwood Daily Globe, Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI, Tuesday, December 29, 1942

RUDOLPH LUNDGREN

Funeral services for Rudolph Lundgren, 39, who died yesterday after a lingering illness, will be conducted tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Nyberg funeral home, the Rev. C. W. Egeland officiating. The body may be viewed at the funeral home tonight after 7 o'clock and until the time of services Wednesday.


Edward L. Swan died November 19, 1945, in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI, at about age 60.

Jennie M. (Lundgren) Swan died January 13, 1946, at St. Luke's Hospital, Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI, at age 44.


Ironwood Daily Globe, Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI, Monday, January 14, 1946

Mrs. Ed. Swan, Milwaukee, Dies

Deceased Former Jennie Lundgren

Mrs. Edward L. Swan, 44, the former Miss Jennie M. Lundgren of Ironwood, died at 2:33 a. m. Sunday at St. Luke's hospital in Milwaukee after many years illness. Her husband died November 19 in Milwaukee. Mrs. Swan was born in Ironwood May 1, 1901, and resided here most of her life. She was married here in 1923, and resided at Sturgeon Bay and Milwaukee after leaving here a few years ago. Surviving are one son, Pfc. Edward L. Swan Jr., of the army, stationed at Fort Sheridan, and a daughter, Wanda R. Swan, residing at the family home at 3724 AS, Vernon street, Milwaukee. She also leaves two brothers, Edward L. Lundgren of Anvil and Milton Lundgren of Detroit. The body is expected to arrive here Tuesday morning and will be taken to the Nyberg-Miller funeral home. Friends may view the remains there after 9 a. m. Tuesday. The time of the funeral services, to be held at the Grace Methodist church with the Rev. Hedley Bennett officiating, will be announced later. Entombment in Riverside cemetery.


Milton J. Lundgren died December 31, 1994, in Ishpeming, Marquette Co., MI, at age 89.


Ironwood Daily Globe, Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI, Wednesday, January 4, 1995

Milton Lundgren

MARQUETTE - Milton J. Lundgren, 89, of 1538 W. Ridge St., Marquette, died Saturday afternoon, December 31, 1994, in the Mather Nursing Center. He had been in ill health the past three years. He was born December 25, 1905, in Ironwood and had lived in Marquette for the past five years. Prior to that time he lived in Deerborn Heights, Mich. He was a 1932 graduate of the Northern State Teachers College, now Northern Michigan University. Prior to his retirement in 1971, he worked as a teacher and principal in Taylor, Mich. He was a member of the Michigan Association of Retired School Personnel (MARSP) and the NMU Alumni Association. He was an avid golfer and bowler. He is survived by his wife, the former June Wicklund, to whom he had been married 65 years last October; two daughters, Judith Block, of Marquette and Erika Earhart, of Lexington Park, Md; a son, Andy Lundgren, of Sprinfield, Va.; six grandchildren and a great-grandchild. He was preceded in death by a son, Robert Lundgren, in 1991. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Memorials can be made to the Alzheimer's Association of Marquette and Alger County. The Swanson-Lundquist Funeral Home, Marquette, is in charge of arrangements.


Diane Jeanne Lundgren, born December 28, 1955, in Alexandria, VA. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lundgren Jr.

Douglas Joseph Juleff died February 7, 1999, in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI, at age 81.

Medical School: University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Department of Medicine and Surgery, 1918, (G)

Education: Ironwood High Sch., 1911, Univ. of Mich., 1916