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Emigrated 1871

 Erik Alamaa, emigrant no: 11557 from Karl Gustav parish Sweden to USA                                  

 b. 1855          d.1945

 Spouse: Amanda Hoikka

 

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 Source/Källa:nn Sweden

 

 

 

 

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Date of Marriage: Nov 25 1876 Place of Marriage: Hancock Full Name of Bridegroom and Bride: Erick J Alamaa, Amanda Hoikka Residence of Each at Time of Marriage: Hancock Age of Each in Years: 22, 17 Birthplace of Each: Finland

 

Erick Johnson's Obituary

"ERICK H. JOHNSON, PIONEER RESIDENT OF HANCOCK, PASSES--Erick H. Johnson of Warren Street, a pioneer resident, passed away late Friday afternoon after a seven weeks illness. He was 90 [sic] years old. 

He was born in Sweden and came to the United States at the age of 18, living in Quincy and later in Hancock.

Mr. Johnson was well known in the community. He was janitor of the old school house at Quincy for a number of years, during the superintendency of the late J.G. Johnston, and was in the employ of the city of Hancock for 25 years. He was a member of the Franklin Street Apostolic Lutheran church.

Surviving are two grandchildren, Jane Johnson of Hancock and Lt. Edward E. Johnson of the Army Air Corps at Keary [sic], Neb.

Funeral services will be held at [?] o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Franklin Street Apostolic Lutheran church, the Rev. Andrew Mickelsen officiating. Burial will be at the Lakeside cemetery.

Published in the Daily Mining Gazette the day after Erick's death. The text of this obituary was taken from the microfilm collection of that newspaper at the Michigan Technological University Archives.

26 May 1945