Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Photo Number 1067

This is a Real Photo Postcard from Memory Lane Antiques in Erhard Minnesota.
Postcard 1910 Clyde Memory Lane Antiques Erhard
Clyde Edward at the age of 9 months
That is one beautiful old stroller!
Postcard 1910 Clyde Memory Lane Antiques Erhard back
Dec. 30, 1910
Dear aunt Anna, What do you think of my son? he was 9 months when this was taken, he will be a year the 24 of January. he does not walk yet but stands up alone.  Wishing you all a Happy New Year.  Your niece,  Mrs. J. H. Lilleberg
The postcard is postmarked Dec 31 1910 from someplace? in N. Dak.. Addressed to Mrs. J. Sjolie,  Rothsay Minn
Thanks for stopping by.  Do come again:)
Updates:
From Anonymous Hero
Clyde Edward Lilleberg [January 24, 1910 - March 10, 1949] died at 39 years and is buried in Hillsboro, which is not far from Cummings in Traill County, North Dakota.
Clyde's parents, John Henry Lilleberg [11/24/1874 - 12/1/1943] and Christine Lilleberg [9/10/1876 - 3/21/1966], are buried in the Highland Lutheran Cemetery in Cummings, Traill County, North Dakota.

From Iggy:
The 1910 US census shows Clyde's parents as John Henry and Christina.

The 1930 US census shows Clyde living alone with his widowed grandfather, Gunhild Fingerson (age 74) in Hillsboro, Traill, North Dakota.

Clyde married an Agnes and was living in Duluth, MN in 1940 were he worked as a salesman for a wholesale meat packing company (1940 US Census). They were both the same age and appear to have had no children.

Clyde had a younger brother, Stanley Gilmore Lilleberg (23 Mar 1911 - 10 Apr 1991) buried in Mohall, Bottineau County, North Dakota. He married Violet M Benz sometime after 1940.


7 comments:

  1. I want a ride in that neat stroller -- in Cummings[?], North Dakota.

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  2. Clyde Edward Lilleberg [January 24, 1910 - March 10, 1949] died at 39 years and is buried in Hillsboro, which is not far from Cummings in Traill County, North Dakota.

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  3. Also in the same cemetery as Clyde Edward, Ida E. and John A. - I am uncertain as to who they are.

    Hillsboro Cemetery #1, also known as: Riverside Cemetery, Hillsboro, Traill County,
    North Dakota.

    http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GSln=Lilleberg&GSiman=1&GScid=102340&

    The 1910 US census shows Clyde's parents as John Henry and Christina.

    The 1930 US census shows Clyde living alone with his widowed grandfather, Gunhild Fingerson (age 74) in Hillsboro, Traill, North Dakota.

    Clyde married an Agnes and was living in Duluth, MN in 1940 were he worked as a salesman for a wholesale meat packing company (1940 US Census). They were both the same age and appear to have had no children.

    Clyde had a younger brother, Stanley Gilmore Lilleberg (23 Mar 1911 - 10 Apr 1991) buried in Mohall, Bottineau County, North Dakota. He married Violet M Benz sometime after 1940.

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  4. Clyde's parents, John Henry Lilleberg [11/24/1874 - 12/1/1943] and Christine Lilleberg [9/10/1876 - 3/21/1966], are buried in the Highland Lutheran Cemetery in Cummings, Traill County, North Dakota.

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  5. Ahhhhh, wicker. The smell of wicker. The smell of wet wicker. Let's hope this survived the years and is now in a hope lovely cared for.

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