1 Individual Report for Hans Anderson Page 1 Name: Hans Anderson AKA: Hans Andersen 1 Birth Date: 7 Feb 1827 Place: Nebbelund Sogn, Fuglse Herred, Maribo Amt, Denmark 2 Bap. Date: 9 Feb 1827 Place: Nebbelund Sogn, Fuglse Herred, Maribo Amt, Denmark 3 Death Date: 27 Nov 1925 Place: Union Grove, Racine, Wisconsin, USA 4 Burial Date: 29 Nov 1925 Place: Raymond, Racine, Wisconsin, USA Address: McPherson Cemetery, Raymond, Wisconsin Cause of Death: bronchitis Event Name Description: Date: Location: 1 Census Nebbelund Sogn, Fuglse Herred, Maribo Amt, Denmark Source: FT-1834 Age: 7 Marital status: Ugift Occupation: deres Pleiesøn (their foster son) [Hans Jensen, 29, a smallholder & laborer and his wife Maren Jensdatter, 24] Parish: Nebbelunde Place name: Bukkehauge Bye Household-/family no: 37 Title no/address: et Huus Source entry no: B1228 Record no.: Census Sædinge Sogn, Fuglse Herred, Maribo Amt, Denmark Source: FT-1840 Age: 13 Marital status: Ugift Occupation: Forsørges af Fattigcassen (Supported by the poor box. Lived with Christian Nielsen, 30, & his wife Karen Larsdatter, 46) Parish: Sædinge Place name: Sædinge
2 Individual Report for Hans Anderson Page 2 Event Notes: (cont. for Hans Anderson) Household-/family no: 21 Title no/address: En Gaard No of families/house: 1 Source entry no: B4149 Record no.: Confirmation Sædinge Sogn, Fuglse Herred, Maribo Amt, Denmark [male confirmands] #3: Hans Andersen of Sædinge. Parents: the late smallholder Anders Danielsen and his late wife, Maren Andersd[atte]r of Nebbel. Born 7 February 1827, baptized at home on the 9th of the same; in church on the 25th of the same month. Knowledge of Christianity: very good; behaviour: good. Vaccinated 10 July 1827 by Sophus (?) Indexed pg Census Sædinge Parish, Fuglse District, Maribo County, Denmark FT-1845 Age: 18 Marital status: Ugift Occupation: Tjenestekarl (laborer) Birth place: Seddinge (Believed to be an enumeration error. Should be Nebbelunde) Parish: Sædinge Place name: Seddingegaard, en Gaard Household-/family no: 37 No of families/house: 1 Source entry no: B5026 Record no.: Census Sædinge Sogn, Fuglse Herred, Maribo Amt, Denmark Source: FT-1850 Age: 23 Marital status: Ugift (unmarried) Occupation: Fraværende i Krigstjeneste (Absent for military service. Lived with Laust Nielsen, 35, and his wife Ane Hansdatter, 45) Birth place: Nebbelunde Parish: Sædinge
3 Individual Report for Hans Anderson Page 3 Event Notes: (cont. for Hans Anderson) Place name: Sædinge Household-/family no: 13 Title no/address: en Gaard No of families/house: 1 Source entry no: B5045 Record no.: Relocation 10 Parish Departure Record 1 Nov 1851 Sædinge Parish, Fuglse District, Maribo County, Denmark Image #99: departure Hans Andersen, age 24, farm hand Destination: Tågerup (has been in royal service [i.e., the military] from 8 February 1849 until 14 days ago) (This was during the First Schlewsig War with Germany where Denmark retained control of Schlewsig - Holstein.) 7 Relocation 11 Parish Departure Record 2 Nov 1852 Tågerup Parish, Fuglse District, Maribo County, Denmark #33: Hans Andersen, November 2, 1852, age 24, worked at Darket(?) Destination: Rødby, indexed p Note: ditto [good character reference] 8 Census Rødby Købstad (city), Fuglse Herred, Maribo Amt, Denmark Source: FT-1855 Age: 27 Position in household: Tjenestekarl (male servant for Lars Hansen Vith, 46, & his wife Mariane Hansen, 44) Marital status: Ugift Birth place: Nebbelunde Sogn, Maribo Amt Parish: Rødby Købstad Place name: Sønder Kvarter, Søndergade Household-/family no: 237 Title no/address: Gaard Religion: Lutheraner Source entry no: D2311 Record no.: 1250
4 Individual Report for Hans Anderson Page 4 Events: Hans Anderson 9 Census 13 1 Jun 1875 Racine, Racine, Wisconsin, United States Listed three white men and three white women living in the household. 10 Citizenship 14 Declaration 4 Nov 1876 Racine County, Wisconsin Hans Anderson appeared before F. W. Bruce, Clerk for the Circuit Court of Racine County, and stated under oath that he was born in Denmark in (or about) 1826 (1827), that he emigrated to the United States, and landed at the port of New York in (or about) August 1864 (1863). He stated it was his intention to become a citizen of the US and to renounce forever all allegiance and fidelity to Chritian IX, King of Denmark. Hans signed his name "Andersen," but the clerk wrote "Anderson." His signature is in the lower right corner of the Declaration. 11 Census 15 1 Jun 1880 Raymond, Racine, Wisconsin, USA Farmer 12 Census Jun 1885 Raymond, Racine, Wisconsin, USA Listed 3 men and 4 women with two born in another country and five born in the United States. Hans and Sophia were born in Denmark and their five children were born in Wisconsin. 13 Census Jun 1895 Raymond, Racine, Wisconsin, USA Listed 3 men and 4 women with two born in another country and five born in the United States. Hans and Sophia were born in Denmark and their five children were born in Wisconsin. 14 Census Jun 1900 Raymond, Racine, Wisconsin, USA Immigrated in 1866 (1863), resident 34 (37) years Farmer 15 Census 19 1 Jun 1905 Raymond, Racine, Wisconsin, USA Farmer 16 Census Apr 1910 Retired farmer Immigrated 1862 Yorkville Township, Racine, Wisconsin
5 Individual Report for Hans Anderson Page 5 Events: Hans Anderson 17 Census 21 2 Jan 1920 Yorkville Township, Racine, Wisconsin Immigrated in 1864 (1863). Naturalized in Obituary 22 Racine's Oldest Farmer Dies Near Union Grove 27 Nov 1925 Racine, Racine, Wisconsin, United States Hans Andersen, 98 years old, for 55 years a farmer of Racine county, died at 5 a.m. today at his home on a farm five miles northwest of Union Grove. Mr. Andersen has been in good health until several weeks ago when he contracted bronchitis which resulted in his death. He was born in Denmark Feb. 7, 1927, and came to Racine in He was married 10 years later. He worked in Racine factories several years before he started farming. Besides his wife Mr. Andersen is survived by four children, Anna of Evanston, Emma, James and Andrew, all residing at home. The funeral will be held Sunday at 1:30 p.m. from his home and at 2 p.m. from the Baptist church in Raymond. 19 Remembrances 23 Albion, Boone, Nebraska, United States August 31, 1953 letter from his granddaughter Anna Nelson Goff to her sister Emma Nelson Schmoldt Dear sister Emma (Nelson Schmoldt) Received your letter this morning. Will thank you for the $1 and stamped envelope. I was glad to do it for you. I am the only daughter of our parents that was married in our correct spelled name. The Dane people spell their name with a 'sen.' Our Father's name was Christian Sandell Nielsen and Mother's name, her maiden name, was Christena Magd(a)lena Andersen, as her Father was born a Dane in Denmark. He was born in the year 1827, Febr 7. Our Mother was born in Denmark 1861 June 24. Came with her parents to Racine at age of 2 years. Her Mother's name was Jenneta Christina. Mother's Father's name was Hansen Jacob Andersen. When we went to school our teacher spelled our name 'Nelson' that is the Swede way they spell their name 'son.' We thought it was the American way to spell our name. Of course we wanted to be called American naturally you see. Mother's Mother died shortly after they moved from Denmark to America. Mother's sister was only 3 weeks old. Grandpa Andersen was unable to support 2 small children. He gave Mother's little sister to an old couple that their own children were grown up. When Mother's sister was nine years of age, this family moved to the state of Michigan. Grandpa paid $60.00 per year for mother care to a Norwegian family their children were all so grown up. Mother loved this old couple.
6 Individual Report for Hans Anderson Page 6 Event Notes: (cont. for Hans Anderson) (When) she was at the age of 13, Grandpa Andersen married again. Mother came home to her Father and Step Mother as Grandpa always let our Step Grandma have her way in everything. Mother resented to leave this old couple and live with a Step Mother naturally. They started their family, and Mother was put to work to care for their babies. Her work was hard and she never liked her Step Mother, as the old people she lived with was so good to Mother and loved Mother as their own. She was babied by these people and Mother did not like the change in her life. Mother's own Mother was a Lutheran in faith. Step Mother (was) a Baptist. Mother did not like the Baptist people so then Mother went to the Methodist church and then is when she changed her name herself to Jane Anderson, for she wanted to be American and did not like to be laughed at. Her name was not changed by law. Just she herself changed it. Mother never liked her real name. Mother's little sister's name was Lora Andersen. Those people later moved to Florida. Mother's sister was raised as their own. That was how Mother lost her own dear sister. No wonder Mother had many sorrows in her life here on earth. She died a good Christian and is today in heaven. God bless her. I think I knew Mother's inner feeling better than any of her children. Poor Mother was an orphan. Our Father... in 1888 April 25 he married our Mother. Our brother 1 year older then me died at birth. Mother was 25 (27) years past when she married Papa.... Will you let Cora read this letter as Elaine is trying to write up our family tree. Your loving sister Anna (Nelson Goff) To you and Cora. Please write again soon. Father: Anders Danielson ( ) Mother: Maren Andersdatter ( - ) Spouse: *Jenneta Christina ( Abt 1863) 4 Marr. Date: Place: Children: 1 Christena (Jane) Magdalena Anderson ( ) 2 Lora Anderson (1863- ) Other Spouse: Sophia Mortensen (11 Aug Nov 1941) 24 Marr. Date: 21 May 1873 Place: Racine, Racine, Wisconsin, United States 25 Children: 1 Anna Christine Anderson ( ) 2 Mary L. Anderson ( ) 3 Emma J. Anderson ( ) 4 James C. Anderson ( ) 5 Andrew A. Anderson ( ) Marriage Notes (Sophia Mortensen) Hans listed his parents as Anders Pedersen and Magdalene Pedersen. The minister who married them was Lars Pedersen. (Perhaps the ministered errored since Hans parents listed on his birth and baptism record were Anders Danielsen and Maren Andersdatter.) Sophia listed her parents as Jens Nielsen and Maren Christensen.
7 Source Citations Page 7 1. Anna Nelson Goff (Albion, Nebraska) to Emma Nelson Schmoldt, letter, 31 August 1953; privately held by Schmoldt; Anna said his name was Hansen Jacob Andersen. No records have been found to confirm the name 'Hansen Jacob.' Several sources were found for Hans Andersen. 2. Emma Elaine Holtberg Baldwin, prepared pedigree chart in September Joan Holtberg Hansen and Vic Hansen gave a copy of Elaine's pedigree to James Byron Price in July Susan Baldwin Carey, from records in family bible sent to James Byron Price on 18 July (Denmark), Hans Andersen, son of Anders Danielsen & Maren Andersdr; FHL microfilm.... Nebbelund Sogn (Maribo Amt, Denmark), Kirkebøger, " Fødte, Sædinge, Fuglse, Maribo," Hans Andersen, opslag 26, item 4 from FHL film #49737; digital images, Statens Arkiver, arkivalieronline.dk ( : accessed 19 Jul 2012). 3. (Denmark), Hans Andersen, son of Anders Danielsen & Maren Andersdr; FHL microfilm.... Nebbelund Sogn (Maribo Amt, Denmark), Kirkebøger, " Fødte, Sædinge, Fuglse, Maribo," Hans Andersen, opslag 26, item 4 from FHL film #49737; digital images, Statens Arkiver, arkivalieronline.dk ( : accessed 19 Jul 2012). 4. Emma Elaine Holtberg Baldwin, prepared pedigree chart in September Joan Holtberg Hansen and Vic Hansen gave a copy of Elaine's pedigree to James Byron Price in July Statens Arkiver, "1834 Danish census," database, Dansk Data Arkiv, Dansk Demografisk Database ( : accessed 19 Jul 2012), Hans Andersen, Source entry no: B1228, record # Statens Arkiver, "1840 Danish census," database, Dansk Data Arkiv, Dansk Demografisk Database ( : accessed 19 Jul 2012), Hans Andersen, Source Entry No B4149, Record # Sædinge Sogn (Maribo Amt, Denmark), Kirkebøger, " Konfirmerede, Sædinge, Fuglse, Maribo," Hans Andersen, image 26, item 3; digital images, Statens Arkiver, arkivalieronline.dk ( : accessed 22 Aug 2013). 8. Statens Arkiver, "1845 Danish census," database, Dansk Data Arkiv, Dansk Demografisk Database ( : accessed 28 Oct 2013), Hans Andersen, Source entry no. B5026, Record no Statens Arkiver, "1850 Danish census," database, Dansk Data Arkiv, Dansk Demografisk Database ( : accessed 19 Jul 2012), Hans Andersen, Source Entry No B5045, Record # Sædinge Sogn (Maribo Amt, Denmark), Kirkebøger, " Afgangslister, Sædinge Parish, Fuglse District, Maribo County," Hans Andersen, image 99; digital images, Statens Arkiver, arkivalieronline.dk ( : accessed 24 Aug 2013). 11. Tågerup Sogn (Maribo Amt, Denmark), Kirkebøger, " Afgangslister, Tågerup Parish, Fuglse District, Maribo County," Hans Andersen, image 180, item 33; digital images, Statens Arkiver, arkivalieronline.dk ( : accessed 24 Aug 2013). 12. Statens Arkiver, "1855 Danish census," database, Dansk Data Arkiv, Dansk Demografisk Database ( : accessed 19 Jul 2012), Hans Andersen, Source Entry No D2311, Record # state census, Richland, Wisconsin, population schedule, Racine, Racine, Wisconsin, p. 76, line 1, Hans Anderson; digital images, FamilySearch, Wisconsin, State Census, 1875 (familysearch.org : accessed 6 Oct 2013). 14. Racine, Wisconsin, Circuit Court Records, 1-215, Hans Anderson, 4 Nov 1876; UW-Parkside Archives, Kenosha U.S. census, population schedule, Raymond, Racine, Wisconsin, enumeration district (ED) 1068, p. 495, dwelling 11, family 12, Hans Anderson, line 49; digital images, HeritageQuest Online ( : accessed 19 Jul 2012); citing National Archives and Records Administration microfilm T9, roll state census, Racine, Wisconsin, population schedule, Raymond, Racine, Wisconsin, p. 3, line 11, Hans Anderson; digital images, FamilySearch, Wisconsin, State Census, 1885 (familysearch.org : accessed 24 Jul 2012).
8 Source Citations Page state census, Racine, Wisconsin, population schedule, Raymond, Racine, Wisconsin, line 2, Hans Anderson; digital images, FamilySearch, Wisconsin, State Census, 1895 (familysearch.org : accessed 24 Jul 2012) U.S. census, population schedule, Raymond, Racine, Wisconsin, enumeration district (ED) 47, sheet 15B, p. 197, dwelling 299, family 303, Hans Anderson, line 75; digital images, HeritageQuest Online ( : accessed 8 Jul 2012); citing National Archives and Records Administration microfilm T623, roll Wisconsin Census, Racine, Wisconsin, population schedule, Raymond, p. 12, family 238, line 9, Andersen, Hans; digital images U.S. census, population schedule, Yorkville Township, Racine, Wisconsin, enumeration district (ED) 88, sheet 6B, p. 198, dwelling 106, family 107, James P. Anderson, line 72; digital images, HeritageQuest Online ( : accessed 10 Oct 2013); citing National Archives and Records Administration microfilm T624, roll U.S. census, population schedule, Yorkville Township, Racine, Wisconsin, enumeration district (ED) 79, sheet 1A, p. 181, dwelling 2, family 2, Hans Anderson, line 2; digital images, HeritageQuest Online ( : accessed 7 Jul 2012); citing National Archives and Records Administration microfilm T625, roll "Racine's Oldest Farmer Dies Near Union Grove," (Racine) Racine Times Call, 27 Nov Anna Nelson Goff (Albion, Nebraska) to Emma Nelson Schmoldt, letter, 31 August 1953; privately held by Schmoldt. 24. Susan Baldwin Carey, from records in family bible sent to James Byron Price on 18 July Wisconsin Historical Society, "Wisconsin Genealogy Index," database, Marriage Records ( : accessed 26 Aug 2012), entry for Hans Andersen and Sophie Mortensen; Racine county, Vol 2, page 185.
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