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Anton and Oline Hoel

Husband's Full Name:  Anton Hoel

Husband's Place of Birth:  Norway

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Wife's Full Name:  Oline Evinrud

Wife's Place of Birth:  Norway

Wife's Father's Name:  Evinrud

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Children's Names:  Alfred (Lydia), Bernt (Martha), Ole (Ethel), Rudolph (Janet) and Arne

Anton Hoel was born in Norway on May 11, 1872. He married Oline Evinrud and the next year they immigrated to the USA, leaving from Liverpool, England and arriving in New York. Their oldest son was born in Norway. They had five children:  Alfred, Bert, Ole, Rudolph and Arne.  Anton died on April 21, 1931. They were buried in the Enderlin Cemetery.. 

 

Anton worked for the Soo Line on the section crew for more than 30 years.

 

Following his death, Mrs. Hoel moved to Kensal, ND to make her home with her son Arne, and  later she moved to Ransom County.  The 1940 census shows her occupation as housekeeper and cook for H. C. Buss.