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Jacob Elias Williamson II (1892-1974) Lake Pilot (b. February 24, 1892, Farsund, Vest-Agder, Norway - d. March 09, 1974, Baudette, Lake Of The Woods County, Minnesota, 56623, USA)
He was the son of Jakob Elias Willumsen (1853-1928) and Anna Elisabeth Olesdatter (1855-1909) of Norway.
His siblings include: Willhelmina Olesdatter (1879-1936) who married Bernhard Gjelhaug; Ole M. Williamson (1881-1948) who married Doris E. Wilkens (1901-1980); Helen Marie Williamson (1887-1975) who married Edgar Pardon (1881-1973); Christian A. Williamson (1889-1939); Emil A. Williamson (1895-1964) who married Martha Wilkens (1902-1989); and Jenny C. Williamson (1898-1956) who returned to Norway and married Ole Johnson (1871-1961).
He also had the following half-siblings: Anne E. Villumson (1915-1963); Agnes Amanda Villumson (1919-?); Agnes Andrea Villumson (1919-?) who married Richard Larsen (1914-?); Jakob Frits Villumson (1922-1923) who died as an infant; Jakob Fridtjof Villumson (1924-?); and Petter A. Villumson. Jacob married Tilda Olson (1895-1978).
He appeared in the 1930 US Census living in Williams, Koochiching County, Minnesota. He never married.
He died in 1974 and his death certificate number was "006441".
Memories about Jacob Williamson IIEdit
Judith Kaye Grothe (1947- ) writes: He farmed and also piloted a private fishing yacht for a North Dakota physician on Lake of the Woods.