Andrew A. Lybeck, proprietor of a farm and sawmill in Sheldon township, where he is conducting a prosperous
business in both lines of activity, was born on the farm above mentioned on Nov. 7, 1876, son of Arne and Anna
(Shepar) Lybeck. His education was acquired in district school No. 98, Sheldon township, and his agricultural training
on the home farm, of which he became proprietor at the time of his marriage. In 1905 he started the sawmill which
he is now operating, and which has a capacity of 2,000 feet per day of hardwood lumber. His farm, which has an
area of 123 acres, is well improved, and he raises on it both stock and grain with profitable results. He is a
member of the Houston Shipping Association and is one of the enterprising and substantial citizens of Sheldon township.
In politics he is independent, and religiously he is a member of the Norwegian Lutheran hcurch. Mr. Lybeck was
married Nov. 7, 1901, to Inga Johnson, who was born in Sheldon township, this county, daughter of Henry and Johanna
Johnson. Her parents, natives of Norway, were early settlers in Houston county, Mr. Johnson being a farmer. He
died in 1910 and his widow is now living in Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Lybeck are the parents of six children, all residing
at home, namely: Amanda, Josephine, Anton, Helen, Evelyn and Addel.
The History of Houston County, Minnesota
Edited by: Franklyn Curtis-Wedge.
H. C. Cooper, Jr. & Co.
Winona, Minn. 1919
Houston County, MN
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Also see [ Railway Officials in America 1906