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Michael Shawn Stangeland
Shelley Elizabeth Stangeland
Ernest Michael Stangeland
Ernest Joseph Stangeland
Jesse Brown Hartley, Jr.
Joseph Adolph Stangeland
Braxson Edward Hudson
Jesse Brown Hartley, Sr.
John Anthony Draghi
Aanen Knudsen Stangeland
Anders Amundson Kloster
Christopher Clabron Hudson
Jesse Jefferson Rogers
Randolph Harris Hartley
John James Cheney
Walter Gundacker Evans
Amund Anderson Kloster
Moses David Hudson
Frederick Rogers
Isaac Columbus Hurst
William W. Evans

Emma Kloster-Stangeland 1882-1946 Inger Quale Kloster 1855-1915 Anders Amundson Kloster 1847-1931 Anders Amundson Kloster 1847-1931 Anders Amundson Kloster 1847-1931 Inger Quale Kloster 1855-1915 Josa Kloster 1885-1962 Emma Kloster-Stangeland 1882-1946 Andrena Kloster-Rykke 1880-? Carrie Kloster-Egland 1874-1942 Martha Kloster 1879-1953 Carrie Andersdaughter Huglum 1820-1900 Carrie Kloster-Egland 1874-1942 Martha Kloster 1879-1953 Andrena Kloster-Rykke 1880-? Josa Kloster 1885-1962 Alma Kloster 1889-1973 Elmer Kloster 1893-1960 Inger Quale Kloster 1855-1915 Joseph Adolph Stangeland 1874-1948 Odena Stangeland 1905-? Gertrude Stangeland-Kleppe 1913-1984

Anders Amundson Kloster 1847-1931 (with beard) was the son of Amund & Carrie Kloster who immigrated from Norway. Anders and his wife Inger Quale-Kloster 1855-1915 reared 7 children on this farm near Ossian Iowa that they inherited from Amund Kloster. The adult family is standing around the family gravestone, Emma Kloster Stangeland, wife of Joseph A. Stangeland, stands to the right her parents. The mid life extended family is gathered in front of the old farm home, and the young family in the inset is seated in front of a family home in Decorah Iowa. The car is Joseph & Emma Stangeland's 1915 Paige, it was considered a luxury car of the time so it shows that farming in the early years of the 20th century was very profitable. None of the children stayed with the Kloster farm, it was sold and the house went to ruin in the 1940's and was lost. We're extremely lucky to have these few photographs of our early Kloster relatives and homes, most were lost over the decades.

Anders Amundson Kloster
1847-1931

Anders' wife
Inger Quale-Kloster
1855-1915
Anders and Inger Kloster's Children:

Carrie Kloster-Egland
1874-1942

Martha Kloster
1879-1953

Andrena Kloster-Rykke
1880-?

Emma Kloster-Stangeland
1882-1946

Josa Kloster
1885-1962

Alma Kloster
1889-1973

Elmer Kloster
1893-1960

 

 

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