Torger Amimsen obituary


Mr. Torger Amimsen, aged 74 years, died at his home one mile south of Mona, Wednesday Sept. 4, 1895. He was favorably known among his neighbors. Just a week before the summons came, he was taken suddenly ill with cholera morbis and he steadily sank until death overtook him.

The funeral services were held last Friday at Mona N.L. church and were attended by his relatives and neighbors. Rev. Eggen preached the sermon, after which he was laid to rest in Mona. cemetery.

Nils H. Anderson Rites Held At Mona Lutheran

Nils H. Anderson
Rites Held At
Mona Lutheran

Funeral services for Nils H. Anderson, 85, who died at his home in Lyle Thursday morning, March 29, were held Saturday, March 31 at 1:30 p.m. at the Mona Lutheran church with the Rev. Stanley Klemesrud officiating.

Nils H. Anderson was born June 10, 1876 in Otranto Township, Mitchell County, Iowa, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Halvor H. Anderson.

Minnie Anderson Funeral At Mona Lutheran

Minnie Anderson
Funeral At
Mona Lutheran

Funeral services for Mrs. Nils Anderson, who died at her home in Lyle early Thursday morning, February 15, from a heart attack were held Saturday, February 17 at Mona Lutheran church with the Rev. Stanley Klemesrud officiating. Interment was in Pleasant Hill cemetery south of Mona.

Mrs. Anderson had just observed her eight-second birthday anniversary Sunday, February 11.

H. O. Anderson RItes Held At Mona Lutheran

H. O. Anderson
Rites Held At
Mona Lutheran

Word reached Lyle relatives Friday, December 29 of the sudden death of H. O. Anderson in Minneapolis, a former resident. Mr. Anderson died suddenly at his home on his 89th birthday. The couple had celebrated their 65th anniversary this last September 2.

Services were held at Mona Lutheran church Tuesday, January 2 with the Rev. Stanley Klemesrud officiating and interment was in Pleasant Hill cemetery.

A complete obituary will appear next week.
C. R.

Carl Anderson Rites Held At Lyle

Carl Anderson Rites
Held At Lyle

Funeral services for Carl M. Anderson, age, 83, a former Lyle resident were held at the Mission Saturday at 1:30 p. m. with the Rev. E. Russell Preetorious of Mlps. and the Rev. Wilbur Junker of Lyle officiating with interment at Pleasant Hill cemetery at Mona.

Carl Anderson was born March, 8, 1875 at Tredestrand, Norway. Mr. Anderson, who had been in failing health, died in his sleep at his home in Minneapolis Wednesday, March 4, and was found by his wife.

Mina Anderson obituary

Funeral Rites
Held Friday For
Mina Anderson

Funeral services were conducted for Miss Mina Anderson at Our Savior's Lutheran church, Lyle, at 2:00 p. m. Friday, March 5, by Pastor S. V. Gjervik. Music was presented by Mrs. Orlanzo Lillegaard and Mrs. Olaf Rosevold. Interment was at Pleasant Hill cemetery.

Bernhardt Anderson obituary

Bernhardt Anderson,
Pioneer Resident,
Dies in Austin


Funeral services were conducted for Mr. Bernhardt H. Anderson, the oldest resident of this community, in Our Savior's Lutheran church last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Anderson had been sick for only one week before he passed away at St. Olaf hospital in Austin on Monday morning, Nov. 19.

Andrew Anderson obituary



Andrew Bernhard, son of Grunde and Marie Anderson, was born in Tuedestrand, Norway May 24 1877. He became a sailor when a lad in his teens, and came to the United States in 1933. For some years he worked on farms, then for nine years he was employed by the late Dr and Mrs Cobb at Lyle.

In 1906 he went to Buffalo Springs, No. Dak., and took a homestead where he lived until the time of his death, Jan. 12th. in a hospital in Hettinger, N. D. He was preceded in death by his father, mother, five brothers, Anders, Swain, George, August and Julius.

Andrew Anderson obituary


Word was received here of the passing of Andrew Anderson at, Hettinger, N. D., Thursday evening Jan 12 at 10:30, His brother, C M of Minneapolis went to be with the sick man, but lost the race.

Andrew was the son of Mr and Mrs Grunde Anderson for many years residents of this vicinity.

For many years he lived on a farm in Dakota.

Julia Anderson obituary

Miss Julia Anderson's Remains
Brought Here for Burial

Julia Anderson, daughter of Halvor and Marion Anderson, was born on a farm in Mitchell County Ia., Nov. 22 1867. She was baptized in infancy, and confirmed by Rev. Johan Olson in the Lutheran church of St. Ansgar Iowa.

She was a faithful member and worker in the Lutheran church. She was stricken with a heart attack and passed away July 25, 1947 at Wahoo, Neb., at the age of 79 yrs 8 months and three days.

Camilla Anderson obituary

Mrs. Camilla M. Anderson

The funeral of Mrs. Andrew Anderson of Mona was largely attended by relatives and friends. A kind and loving neighbor had passed on, and many sought to show their respect and sympathy by gathering at the service. The deceased had been a true friend in times of need and many anxiously waited for her recovery during the long periods of illness.

Camilla M. Knutson was born in Tvedestrand, Norway on October 2nd 1856 and passed away at her home near Mona, May 13 1933 after an illness of about 2 weeks.

Grace Margrette (Nelson) Anderson

Funeral services were held Monday, December 3, 2001 at Mona Lutheran Church for Grace Margrette (Nelson) Anderson, age 87, formerly of Mona and Lyle. Rev. Lydia Mittag officiated. Grace died Nov. 29, 2001 at the White Bear Lake Care Center, White Bear Lake, MN. Burial was in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Mona.

Grace was born the daughter of Fred and Carrie (Johnson) Nelson on Feb. 8, 1914 in Mitchell County. She was baptized and confirmed at the Mona Lutheran Church. She was a member of Mona Lutheran and presently a member of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, North St. Paul, MN.

B. Anderson, 97, Dies; First White Child Born in Township

B. Anderson, 97, Dies; First White Child Born in Township

LYLE--Bernard H. Anderson, 97, the first white child born in Otranto (Iowa) township, died today at St. Olaf hospital, Austin, following a long illness.

Mr. Anderson observed his 97th birthday Aug. 10. He was the oldest of seven children born during the second marriage of his father, Halvor Anderson.

For many years, Mr. Anderson was a tinsmith for a hardware store operated at Lyle by his brother, Andrew. When he retired in 1911, he was operating a farm.