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Lars Larson
Nicoline Hansdtr.
Mathias Kristiansen
Beathe Pedersdtr. Kirkeby
Martin Larson
Malla Christiansen

Inez Adelie Larson


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Earl Clinton Anderson

Inez Adelie Larson 1,2,4,8,21,22,23

  • Born: 17 Aug 1908, Halfway Creek, Onalaska twp, LaCrosse County, Wisconsin 4,22,24
  • Christened: 4 Oct 1908, Halfway Creek, Onalaska twp, LaCrosse County, Wisconsin
  • Marriage: Earl Clinton Anderson on 4 May 1928 in Buchanan, Saskatchewan 4,8
  • Died: 31 Dec 1998, Kelowna, B.C. aged 90 19,20
  • Buried: 6 Jan 1999, Kelowna Cemetery, Kelowna, B.C. 4

bullet  General Notes:

1910 census, Hamilton twps, LaCrosse County, Wisconsin

Enumeration district 95, sheet 8a, family 157
Larson, Martin, head, male, white, age 28, married 4 years, born Wisconsin, father born Norway, mother born Norway, speaks English, Laborer, General Farm
--, Mollie, wife, female, white, age 27, married 4 years, 2 children, 1 child living, born Wisconsin, father born Norway, mother born Norway, speaks English,
--, Inez, daughter, female, white, age 1 6/12, single, born Wisconsin, father born Wisconsin, mother born Wisconsin

OBITUARY: Inez Adelie Anderson, The Kelowna Daily Courier, January, 4, 1999


Inez Adelie Anderson (nee Larson) passed away at the Three Links Manor care facility in Kelowna B.C. on December 31, 1998 at the age of 90. Inez was born on August 17, 1908 east of Holmen, Wisconsin in the village of Halfway Creek. Halfway Creek was a major centre for Norwegian emigrants in the previous century.
Inez's maternal grandparents Mathias Christiansen and Beathe Pedersdaughter came to Halfway Creek in 1881 from the towns of Vardal and Nes in Norway and her mother Malla Christiansen was born there in 1882. Inez's father Martin Larson was born in Hamilton township, near LaCrosse Wisconsin. Inez came to Canada in 1912 as a child with her parents and sister Bessie and under a sod roof and difficult conditions the young family proved out a homestead near Sturgis, Saskatchewan.
Inez married Earl Clinton Anderson on 4 May 1928 in Buchanan, Saskatchewan and lived near Preeceville and in Sturgis where they owned and operated a garage before moving to Flin Flon, Manitoba. The family then moved to Kelowna B.C. in 1946 with their sons Adrian and James where they purchased a house on Clement Avenue. Later, Earl and Inez built a new home on the bank of Mill Creek just south of what is presently the Capri Shopping Centre.
Inez was employed for many years at Sun-Rype Products Ltd. where in the early days of this company she was part of the team of women that manually fed the fast paced apple coring and slicing machines to produce dried apples. With the expansion of Sun-Rype she moved to the new juice processing plant, moving up through the ranks to a position as a lab technician. Her husband Earl was employed as a machinist and welder for Keloka Orchards, Kelowna Motors and later for the Petch brothers. Inez was predeceased by her husband Earl on 9 June 1986, sister Bessie Nerina Olson, brother Oliver Clifford Larson and leaves behind her two loving sons Adrian Earl of Calgary, Alberta and James Clinton of Kelowna. Inez is survived by one brother Warren Gordon Larson of Quesnel, B.C. and one sister Millie Louisa Nightingale of Hudson Bay, Sask. She also leaves three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Inez was the consummate mother who selflessly dedicated her entire life to her family and will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her. The family would like to thank the dedicated staff at Three Links Manor who contributed greatly to her quality of life during her senior years.
May she rest in peace.


bullet  Noted events in her life were:

Residence, 1910, Hamilton twp, LaCrosse , Wisconsin. 22

Residence, 1921, Preeceville, Sask. 23

Confirmation: born Aug 17th, 1908, 11 Nov 1923, St. John's Church, Preeceville, Sask.


Inez married Earl Clinton Anderson, son of James Andrew Anderson and Jennie Lauretta Winch, on 4 May 1928 in Buchanan, Saskatchewan 4.,8 (Earl Clinton Anderson was born on 19 Jan 1899 in Nash, Walsh County, N. Dakota,2,12,14,15,16,26 died on 9 Jun 1986 in Kelowna, B.C. 2 and was buried on 11 Jun 1986 in Kelowna Cemetery, Kelowna, B.C. 2.). The cause of his death was myocardial infarction.

bullet  Marriage Notes:

This certifies that

Earl C. Anderson of Buchanan - Sask.
Inez A. Larson of Buchanan - Sask.

were by me United in HOLY MATRIMONY at Buchanan - Sask.
According to the Ordinance of God and the Laws of Sask
on the Fourth Day of May in the year of our Lord 1928.
signed (Rev.) H. G. Munro, Buchanan - Sask
signed Meryl J. Ellefson, Edward Ellefson, Mrs. H. G. Munro

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