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Hannah E. Hansen (1864-1936) aka Hanne Amundsen, Emigrated from Norway in 1880 (b. February 22, 1864; Oslo, Norway - d. April 24, 1936; Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA)
Hannah was born in Oslo, Norway possibly to Amund Hansen.
She had at least three other siblings that emigrated with her: Carrie Hanson whose daughter, May, married Eden T. Brekke (1893-1978); Ole C. Hanson (1870-?) who lived in Dallas, Barron County, Wisconsin and had several children; and a sister who lived in Seattle, Washington.
Hannah married Otto Olson (1858-1921) on September 04, 1884 in Chicago at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church at 138th Street and Wabash Avenue.
- Tille Olson (1885-1918) who married Norval Wintrone (1890-1918) and they both died along with their child in the influenza pandemic of 1918
- Harry Oliver Olson (1887-1964) who served as a Lieutenant in World War I, married a French woman named Germaine X (1900-1920) who died after two years of marriage in San Francisco, and they had no children
- Mabel Olson (1890-1971) who married Jesse Garrett Clay (1888-1976) and had one child and four grandchildren
- Norman Otto Olson (1895-1977) who married Isabelle Wickman (1901-1931) and had one child, then he married Eva Folkert (1904-2000) from Germany and had three children
- Helen Olive Olson (1900-1970) who married John Lozinski (1896-1980) and after a divorce married Frank Kirpichoff (1891-1965)
In 1900 Otto and Hannah were living at 167 Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois with their four children. On February 13, 1910 it appears that Hannah was returning from a trip to Scandinavia by way of Liverpool, England aboard the ship "Campania".
Death of husbandEdit
In 1921 her husband died and in 1930 Hannah, now a widow was living with her son, Harry, a widower; and Hazel Wintrone who was the daughter of Tille. They were living at 1227 Mozart Street in Chicago.
Hannah died on April 24, 1936.
Her funeral notice was in the Chicago Tribune on Sunday April 26, 1936 read as follows:
Hannah Olson nee Admundsen, wife of the late Otto, beloved mother of the late Mrs. Tillie Wintrone, Harry, Mrs. Mabel Clay, Norman, Helen, and Hazel Wintrone. Funeral services Monday 1 p.m. at chapel 2906 Madison Street. Interment Mount Olive.
She was buried on April 27, 1936 at Mount Olive Cemetery at 3800 North Narragansett Avenue in Chicago in the same plot as her husband Otto.