Clark and Jackson
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OLE PETERSON, of section 35, Warner Township, Clark County, was horn in central Norway, July 14, 1836, the
son of Peter Olson, deceased, a native of the same country. Ole Peterson came to the United States in 1873, settling
in Greenwood, where he worked in the woods two years, and during that time worked on a farm in the summers. He
settled on his present farm of forty acres in 1875, and has since cleared the entire tract.
He was married in Norway in 1863, to Ingebor Ingebreght, and by this marriage were born four children, three of
whom still survive: Carl, Mary and Olive. Mary married Alex. Hendrickson, of this county; Olive married Iver ilenibre,
of Beaver Township. Tile mother died, and the father afterward married Marit Fladaas, who was born in Norway, and
came to the United States in 1882. Mr. Peterson is a member of the Lutheran Church, and is a Republican politically.
Biographical History of
Clark and Jackson Counties Wisconsin
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