Ole O. Melhus family history, 1957.

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Ole O. Melhus family history, 1957.

Ole O. Melhus emigrated fron Sogn, Norway to Kenyon, Minn. Wed Christine Hjellum, also of Sogn, Norway in 1884. They settled in Traill County, N.D.

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Church of the Brethren

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One of the early churches in Delaware County, the Union Grove Church of the Brethren was once called Mississinewa German Baptist Church. The denomination was known as Dunker, or German Baptist Brethern since earlier leaders were from Dunkard settlements in Lancaster and York counties, Pennsylvania, and the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia. From the description of Records, 1850-1965. (Ball State University Library). WorldCat record id: 34288119 This corporate body was known earl...

Melhus, Ole O., 1858-1928.

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Smith, Datus C., 1853-1932

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Owner and operator of the Belle Prairie Farm at Blanchard, N.D. earlier called Cloverlea Farm. Wed Marion Houston in 1904. Purchased Belle Prairie Farm with a loan from Marshall Field, a friend from Chicago. From the description of Collection, 1871, 1904, 1916-1922. (North Dakota State University Library). WorldCat record id: 29932500 Datus C. Smith was the owner and operator of Cloverlea Farm in Traill County, North Dakota. In 1930 he was living in Pasadena, California. ...

Melhus, Christine, 1863-1955.

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Grandin, John L. (John Livingston), 1836-1912

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Ellingrud, Christine Melhus, 1885-

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Contains mention of threshing, the men, horses, and equipment involved, cooking for threshing crews, Blanchard Farm, Smith Farm (also known as Belle Prairie Farm), Datus C. Smith, J.L. Grandin, paying road tax by working on county roads, farm land taxation, and the arrival and departure of the Dunkards. From the description of Ole O. Melhus family history, 1957. (North Dakota State University Library). WorldCat record id: 29515699 ...