Mrs. Ingeborg Christianson (55 years of age) died at Scarville, Iowa, Sunday (10-29-1930). She had been in poor health with heart trouble. She was born 9-24-1875 to Tollef T. and Marit Berg Qualley. Confirmed at North Prairie Church, Winnebago County, on 10-12-1890 by Rev. G. Smedal. Married there on November 15, 1900 to Olaf Christianson by Rev. A. J. Lee. Lived all of her life in Winnebago County, Iowa the last 10 years and more at the farm home near Scarville. Survived by husband and 7 children, John, Mrs. Adolph Iverson, Alfred, Irving, Tilda, Clarence and Edward, all of the Scarville community. Survived by one sister, Mrs. T. S. Brustad and 3 brothers, Tom, Alfred and Ole Qualley. Four grandchildren, Francis and Roger Christianson and Gordon and Paul Christianson. Burial: Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery.
Died at Rochester, Minnesota following surgery 6-6-1921. He was born in Norway 7-5-1849 and came to the US in 1873 to Lake Mills, Winnegabo, Iowa. He married Inger Olson Hollen and they farmed in Newton Township, Winnebago, Iowa. They had 10 children, with 7 surviving: Olaf, Christ, Martin, Oscar, Evan, Joseph and Mrs. Bertha Johnson. He helped to solicit funds for the building of Salem Lutheran Church. His farm was located 1/2½ mile west of Lake Mills. Mrs. Christianson died 7-5-1915. Buried at Salem North Cemetery, Winnebago, Iowa.
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