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  1. Estella Ethel Anderson: Birth: 24 JUL 1900 in Rockland, Power, ID, USA. Death: 29 JUN 1984 in Pocatello, Bannock, ID, USA

  2. Peter Oscar Anderson: Birth: 2 SEP 1902 in Rockland, Oneida, ID, USA. Death: 29 JUN 1976 in Pocatello, Bannock, ID, USA

  3. Leslie Anderson: Birth: 2 MAY 1904 in Rockland, Power, ID, USA. Death: 30 APR 1993 in Twin Falls, Twin Falls, ID, USA

  4. Mabel Anderson: Birth: 13 NOV 1905 in Rockland, Power, ID, USA. Death: 19 DEC 1996 in Pocatello, Bannock, ID, USA

  5. Delma Anderson: Birth: 25 AUG 1907 in Rockland, Power, ID, USA. Death: 16 OCT 1997 in Twin Falls, Twin Falls, ID, USA

  6. Allen Anderson: Birth: 12 APR 1909 in Rockland, Oneida, ID, USA. Death: 5 JAN 1932 in Pocatello, Bannock, ID, USA

  7. Ceciel Anderson: Birth: 9 MAR 1911 in Rockland, Power, ID, USA. Death: 18 SEP 1997 in Jerome, Jerome, ID, USA

  8. Neal Anderson: Birth: 4 FEB 1913 in Rockland, Oneida, ID, USA. Death: 7 MAR 1976 in Pocatello, Bannock, ID, USA

  9. Burton Anderson: Birth: 22 JUN 1918 in Rockland, Power, ID, USA. Death: 27 OCT 2000 in Pocatello, Bannock, ID, USA


Sources
1. Title:   Idaho Death Index, 1911-51
Page:   Database online.
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Name: Ancestry.com Operations Inc; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2003;
2. Title:   1900 United States Federal Census
Page:   Database online. Year: 1900; Census Place: Rockland, Oneida, Idaho; Roll: T623_31077_4113690; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 0091; FHL microfilm: 1240234.
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Name: Ancestry.com Operations Inc; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2004;
3. Title:   WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
Page:   Database online.
Author:   Banks, Ray, comp.
Publication:   Name: Ancestry.com Operations Inc; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2000;
4. Title:   World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Page:   Database online. Registration Location: Power County, Idaho; Roll: ; Draft Board: .
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Name: Ancestry.com Operations Inc; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2005;
5. Title:   Public Member Trees
Page:   Database online.
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Name: Ancestry.com Operations Inc; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2006;
6. Title:   1930 United States Federal Census
Page:   Database online. Year: 1930; Census Place: Rockland, Power, Idaho; Roll: 402; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 13; Image: 1069.0; FHL microfilm: 2340137.
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Name: Ancestry.com Operations Inc; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2002;
7. Title:   1940 United States Federal Census
Page:   Database online. Year: 1940; Census Place: Rockland, Power, Idaho; Roll: T627_753; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 39-13.
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Name: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2012;
8. Title:   1910 United States Federal Census
Page:   Database online. Year: 1910; Census Place: Rockland, Oneida, Idaho; Roll: T624_227; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 0233; Image: ; FHL microfilm: 1374240.
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Name: Ancestry.com Operations Inc; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2006;
9. Title:   1920 United States Federal Census
Page:   Database online. Year: 1920; Census Place: Rockland, Power, Idaho; Roll: T625_294; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 230; Image: 537.
Author:   Ancestry.com
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10. Title:   Idaho Marriages, 1842-1996
Page:   Database online.
Author:   Upper Snake River Family History Center and Ricks College (Rexburg, Idaho)
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11. Title:   Web: RootsWeb Death Index, 1796-2010
Page:   Database online.
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13. Title:   1880 Danish Census
Page:   Bornholm, Oster, Svaneke Kostad, Svandke Kobstad, , Forhus, Matr. No35, FT-1880 Sourse entry number C3967, record number 157
14. Title:   Danish State Chuch Records
Page:   page 36 no. 10 in LDS FHL INTL Film [300857]

Notes
a. Note:   Peter Anderson's name was in the 1880 Danish census as Niels Peter Hansen where he was living with his aunt Thora. Was listed as a foster son.
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 Peter came to the US with his mother and some of her other children between July 1887 and Sep 1887. They accompanied Ole Nelson (not true - Ole was not on the ship with them)to the US and on to the Morman settlement in Salt Lake City UT.
  Peter did not like Ole Nelson and went out on his own at a very young age. Not liking Ole Nelson he took the surname ANDERSON about 1890 per researcher Eric Christiansen.
  Look for Ole Nelson as a spouse to Peter's mother - they were married after arriving in Salt Lake City area and at the insistance of the Morman Church officials (they were married a year after her arrival and probably at his arrival. I have not been able to verify his arrival)
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 Source: Mormon Immigration Index
 Niels Peter Hansen appears on this ship with other members of the family:
 Ship: Wisconsin
 Date of Departure: 27 Aug 1887 Port of Departure: Liverpool, England
 LDS Immigrants: 406 Church Leader: John I. Hart
 Date of Arrival: 8 Sep 1887 Port of Arrival: New York, New York
 Source(s): Customs #1147 (FHL #1,027,379); JH (Sep. 10, 1887) p. 3; MS, 49:39 (Sep. 26, 1887), pp. 621-22
 Notes: "THE FIFTH COMPANY. -- The S. S. Wisconsin, which sailed from Liverpool on Saturday last, Aug. 27th, carried over 400 of our people en route to the gathering places of the Saints. There were 171 from the British Isles, 197 from Scandinavia and Norway, 21 from Switzerland and Germany, and from Palestine, also 17 returning missionaries."
 <MS, 49:35 (Aug. 29, 1887), p.558>
  "Sat. 27. [Aug. 1887] -- The steamship Wisconsin sailed from Liverpool, England, with over four hundred Saints, in charge of John I. Hart. The company arrived in New York Aug. 27th and in Salt Lake City Sept. 15th."
 <CC, p.151>
  ". . . A company of emigrating Saints destined for Utah (165 souls), together with eight returning missionaries, sailed from Copenhagen, Aug. 18, 1887, per steamship 'Bravo' under the direction of Jens C. Nielsen, of Moroni, Utah, a returning elder. The names of the other returning elders were: Johan L. Berg, Joseph Anderson, Peter Anderson, Christian Frandsen, James J. Anderson, Mouritz Mouritzen, and Hemming Hansen. The passage of this company of emigrants across the North Sea was pleasent in the early part of the voyage and the Saints frequently grouped on the deck singing hymns and enjoying themselves. On Friday evening a brisk wind sprung up which soon put the sea into an uproar, causing violent heavings of the vessel and universal seasickness among the passengers. However on Sunday morning, Aug. 21st, the ship arrived in Hull, but owing to low water could not cross the bar until the evening. The steamship 'Rolla' which had sailed from Christiania, Aug. 19th, with 32 emigrating Saints, in charge of Elder Anthon Anderson, arrived in Hull about the same time, and the two companies being united then constituted 198 Saints, besides nine returning missionaries. On Monday morning, August 22nd, the emigrants passed through the custom house in Hull, and then continued the journey by rail to Liverpool, where they arrived in the afternoon of the same day and were taken to a hotel on Kent Square. In Liverpool the emigrants went on board the steamship 'Wisconsin,' together with emigrating Saints and returning elders from the British Isles (about 400 souls in all), in charge of Elder John I. Hart, a returning elder. The company, after a safe voyage across the Atlantic Ocean, arrived in New York, August 27th. Thence the journey was continued to Salt Lake City, Utah. . . . "
 <HSM, pp.303-04>
 NOTE: Sailing schedule indicates they departed Liverpool, England on 27 Sug 1887 and arrived in New York, New York, USA on 8 Sep 1887
  Wisconsin (August 1887)
 A Compilation of General Voyage Notes
 Letter from John I. Hart - September 7, 1887
 A Compilation of General Voyage Notes
 "THE FIFTH COMPANY. -- The S. S. Wisconsin, which sailed from Liverpool on Saturday last, Aug. 27th, carried over 400 of our people en route to the gathering places of the Saints. There were 171 from the British Isles, 197 from Scandinavia and Norway, 21 from Switzerland and Germany, and from Palestine, also 17 returning missionaries."
 <MS, 49:35 (Aug. 29, 1887), p.558>
 "Sat. 27. [Aug. 1887] -- The steamship Wisconsin sailed from Liverpool, England, with over four hundred Saints, in charge of John I. Hart. The company arrived in New York Aug. 27th and in Salt Lake City Sept. 15th."
 <CC, p.151>
 ". . . A company of emigrating Saints destined for Utah (165 souls), together with eight returning missionaries, sailed from Copenhagen, Aug. 18, 1887, per steamship 'Bravo' under the direction of Jens C. Nielsen, of Moroni, Utah, a returning elder. The names of the other returning elders were: Johan L. Berg, Joseph Anderson, Peter Anderson, Christian Frandsen, James J. Anderson, Mouritz Mouritzen, and Hemming Hansen. The passage of this company of emigrants across the North Sea was pleasent in the early part of the voyage and the Saints frequently grouped on the deck singing hymns and enjoying themselves. On Friday evening a brisk wind sprung up which soon put the sea into an uproar, causing violent heavings of the vessel and universal seasickness among the passengers. However on Sunday morning, Aug. 21st, the ship arrived in Hull, but owing to low water could not cross the bar until the evening. The steamship 'Rolla' which had sailed from Christiania, Aug. 19th, with 32 emigrating Saints, in charge of Elder Anthon Anderson, arrived in Hull about the same time, and the two companies being united then constituted 198 Saints, besides nine returning missionaries. On Monday morning, August 22nd, the emigrants passed through the custom house in Hull, and then continued the journey by rail to Liverpool, where they arrived in the afternoon of the same day and were taken to a hotel on Kent Square. In Liverpool the emigrants went on board the steamship 'Wisconsin,' together with emigrating Saints and returning elders from the British Isles (about 400 souls in all), in charge of Elder John I. Hart, a returning elder. The company, after a safe voyage across the Atlantic Ocean, arrived in New York, August 27th. Thence the journey was continued to Salt Lake City, Utah. . . . "
 <HSM, pp.303-04>
 Letter from John I. Hart - September 7, 1887
 New York, Sept. 7, 1887.
 President George Teasdale:
 Dear Brother,--We are pleased once more to have the opportunity to write a few lines to you to inform you how we are all getting along. After leaving Queenstown, all that day and the next was quite pleasant, but on the 30th ultimo, it became a little rough, which lasted about three days. Many of the Saints suffered somewhat with seasickness. On Thursday evening, the lst instant, a very interesting affair happened; President Hart was invited into the smoking room of the first cabin by a number of gentlemen to give them an account of the principles of the gospel, which he accepted. The saloon was crowded to hear him; he was asked a great many questions, which he answered to their entire satisfaction. The captain of the vessel came in two or three times during the meeting, at one time he testified before all that were present that the Saints were the best passengers he had to take across the ocean; the most quiet and orderly people he had to do with. He said he had had the pleasure of taking a good many companies of Saints over. Of course anyone speaking a good word for the poor, despised "Mormons", must be accused of being one of them, which was the case in this instance, but the captain told them he was no "Mormon", in fact he didn't know that he was anything, all he wanted to say was to speak the truth of the people, no matter to him what their religion was.
 In the meeting there was present one infidel and one Jewish Rabi; the latter tried to condemn plural marriage, but President Hart proved to all present that the learned Rabbi had not studied the laws of Moses nor his Jewish Bible. After the meeting was over, the entire company gave President Hart a hearty, unanimous vote of thanks.
 At about 3 p.m. on the 3rd instant, we encountered a severe storm, which lasted several hours. One lady (not belonging to our company) fell and broke her leg.
 About half past two o'clock on Sunday morning, we had a new passenger come on board;
  HANSEN, Niels P. <1876> Wisconsin 1887
 Gender: M Age: 11 Origin: Sweden Occ: Child
 Note: Destination: Brigham City; Customs Passenger, # 154
  Wisconsin
 Date of Departure: 27 Aug 1887 Port of Departure: Liverpool, England
 LDS Immigrants: 406 Church Leader: John I. Hart
 Date of Arrival: 8 Sep 1887 Port of Arrival: New York, New York
 Source(s): Customs #1147 (FHL #1,027,379); JH (Sep. 10, 1887) p. 3; MS, 49:39 (Sep. 26, 1887), pp. 621-22
 Notes: "THE FIFTH COMPANY. -- The S. S. Wisconsin, which sailed from Liverpool on Saturday last, Aug. 27th, carried over 400 of our people en route to the gathering places of the Saints. There were 171 from the British Isles, 197 from Scandinavia and Norway, 21 from Switzerland and Germany, and from Palestine, also 17 returning missionaries."
 <MS, 49:35 (Aug. 29, 1887), p.558>
  "Sat. 27. [Aug. 1887] -- The steamship Wisconsin sailed from Liverpool, England, with over four hundred Saints, in charge of John I. Hart. The company arrived in New York Aug. 27th and in Salt Lake City Sept. 15th." <CC, p.151>
 ". . . A company of emigrating Saints destined for Utah (165 souls), together with eight returning missionaries, sailed from Copenhagen, Aug. 18, 1887, per steamship 'Bravo' under the direction of Jens C. Nielsen, of Moroni, Utah, a returning elder. The names of the other returning elders were: Johan L. Berg, Joseph Anderson, Peter Anderson, Christian Frandsen, James J. Anderson, Mouritz Mouritzen, and Hemming Hansen. The passage of this company of emigrants across the North Sea was pleasent in the early part of the voyage and the Saints frequently grouped on the deck singing hymns and enjoying themselves. On Friday evening a brisk wind sprung up which soon put the sea into an uproar, causing violent heavings of the vessel and universal seasickness among the passengers. However on Sunday morning, Aug. 21st, the ship arrived in Hull, but owing to low water could not cross the bar until the evening. The steamship 'Rolla' which had sailed from Christiania, Aug. 19th, with 32 emigrating Saints, in charge of Elder Anthon Anderson, arrived in Hull about the same time, and the two companies being united then constituted 198 Saints, besides nine returning missionaries. On Monday morning, August 22nd, the emigrants passed through the custom house in Hull, and then continued the journey by rail to Liverpool, where they arrived in the afternoon of the same day and were taken to a hotel on Kent Square. In Liverpool the emigrants went on board the steamship 'Wisconsin,' together with emigrating Saints and returning elders from the British Isles (about 400 souls in all), in charge of Elder John I. Hart, a returning elder. The company, after a safe voyage across the Atlantic Ocean, arrived in New York, August 27th. Thence the journey was continued to Salt Lake City, Utah. . . . "
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 Draft Registration WWI
 Name: Peter Anderson
 Event Type: Draft Registration
 Registration Year Range: 1917-1918
 Event Place: Power County, Idaho, United States
 Gender: Male
 Birth Date: 24 Sep 1875
 Birthplace: , , Denmark
 Nationality: United States
 Affiliate Publication Title: World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards
 Affiliate Publication Number: M1509
 GS Film number: 1452221
 Digital Folder Number: 005240764
 Image Number: 00063
 Citing this Record; "United States, World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," index and images, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K8Q8-G69 : accessed 14 Mar 2013), Peter Anderson, .
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b. Note:   Peter Anderson's name was in the 1880 Danish census as Niels Peter Hansen where he was living with his aunt Thora - see 1880 census
c. Note:   Niels Peter Hansen, age 4 was a foster son to his aunt Thora Frederikka Caroline Hansen and her husband Jens Peter Morten Madsen Bek in Svaneke Kobstad, Oster, Bornholm, Denmark


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