Sioux County Families
Submitted Family Files
Submitted by Lue Baker
C.A. (Charles) Hagan and Lennie Sather were born in Nord- Odal, Hedmark, Norway-Charles on 26-FEB-1872 and Lennie on 19-FEB-1870 or 72. C.A.'s family moved to Oslo when he was a child where, at a young age, he joined is father and grandfather as a cobbler to the king. He left Norway on 12-JULY-1889 aboard the S/S Angelo and went to Canton, Lincoln Co., S.D. Lennie joined him, leaving Norway on 17-FEB-1994 aboard the S/SVirginia. She went to Beresford, Lincoln Co., S.D. where she may have worked in a ladies hat shop. They married on 4-NOV-1894 in Canton. They moved to Sioux Co. sometime before 1897 as their first child, Lloyd, was born in Inwood in July, 1897. He died at the age of 10 1/2 months and is presumed buried in the Inwood area. They were in Hawarden when their second child, Tyler Steven (went by Steve), was born on 22-DEC-1898. Luella Emma joined the family on 10-AUG-1901. C.A. operated a dry cleaning business and was invloved in harness making while in Hawarden. Steve was a tire distributor. They were members of the Lutheran Church, the Republican party and C.A. was involved in local civic matters. Family states Luella attended Midlands College in Fremont, NB in 1920. She married Franklin Clicker on 4-NOV-1922 in Sioux City. They had 6 children. She died 27-DEC-1938 from a goiter in an Omaha hospital and buried in Eastlawn Cemetery in Sheldon. Steve, his parents and one Bertha Berg (C.A.'s widowed aunt) are in the 1930 census of Canby, Yellow Medicine Co., MN. From there they went to Granite Falls, MN where all died and believe to be buried in Hillcrest Cemetery in Granite Falls. C.A. died 7-NOV or OCT-1947, Bertha on 29-SEP-1948, Steve in FEB, 1960, and Lennie on 6-JUL-1970. Steve married Lucille? who cared for Lennie following Steve's death. Following Lennie's death, her whereabouts is uncertain but perhaps went to Arizona or Southern California. They had no children. Other relatives in MN included Carrie and Peter M. Hagan and daughter Alice, and "Sticks" Hagan (given name unknown). Any information, especially about Luella, my grandmother, would be appreciated. Lue Baker; firstname.lastname@example.org
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