Nabben, Haagen P. (1869-1949)

Scanned by Cheryl Srnsky
Scanned by Cheryl Srnsky

Funeral Rites to Be
Held Friday Afternoon
for Hagen[sic] P. Nabben

Funeral services will be held
Friday afternoon at 1 p.m. from
the Gulbranson Mortuary and at
2 p.m. at the Bethlehem Luth-
eran church for Haagen P. Nab-
ben, 80, who was summoned at
his home in this city on Tues-
day. Rev. Jonas Helland will of-
ficiate at the services and inter-
ment will be made in Bethle-
hem cemetery.
Mr. Nabben was born October
24, 1869 in Storelvedalen, Nor-
way, and at the age of 22 years
came to the United States, set-
tling at Edinburg, N.Dak.,
where he was also married to
Martha Mortenson on November
25, 1897, shortly after settling
on a homestead at Edmore, N.Dak.
In 1904 he moved to Agdar[sic]
township, Marshall county,
where he resided until nine
years ago when he came to this
He served on the township
and school boards and was a
charter member of Bethlehem
Lutheran church.
Besides his wife he is surviv-
ed by three daughters, Mrs. Jo-
hanna Green of St. Thomas, N.
Dak., Mrs. Josephine Dunbar of
Grand Forks, N.Dak., and Mrs.
Adeline Moe of rural Thief River
Falls; seven sons, Henry, Erland
and Percey[sic] of this city, Mathis,
Alfred and Harold of rural Thief
River Falls, and Victor of Gilby,
North Dakota; 14 grandchildren;
three great grandchildren; three
sisters, Mrs. Pernillie Gleson of
Harmar, N.Dak., Mrs. Raghaa
Halvorson of Peerless, Mont., and
Mrs. Ottine Christianson of Nor-
way; four brothers, Hans and
Peter of Edmore, N.Dak., Her-
man of Norway, and Simond of
this city.

Scanned by: Cheryl Srnsky
Transcribed by: W Saewyc