Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Photo Number 2651

This is a photo from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.
Alvina Anderson Bolte DL ant
The photographer is  Brown in Wahpeton ND 
Alvina Anderson Bolte DL ant Back
Alvina Anderson Bolte
She looks like a school girl to me.
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Update from Iggy:
Alvina Catherine Anderson
Birth Date: 4 Dec 1894
Birth Place: Nerstrand, Rice County, Minn.
Marriage Date: 21 Feb 1920
Marriage Place: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
Father: Ole Anderson
Mother: Annette Jacobson
Spouse: Ernest Christel Bolte


Update from Jacqi:
What's interesting is that Ernst Bolte, despite the German-sounding name, was born in Hawaii, and was apparently a widower when he married Alvina. Best I can tell from the 1930 census, they had two children in common by that time--a son and a daughter--and perhaps more by the time of the 1940 census.

It looks like the family settled in the northern California Bay area, in Berkeley. Alvina died there on January 10, 1993, but I haven't been able to locate her obituary to find any descendant information. 

2 comments:

  1. Alvina Catherine Anderson
    Birth Date: 4 Dec 1894
    Birth Place: Nerstrand, Rice County, Minn.
    Marriage Date: 21 Feb 1920
    Marriage Place: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
    Father: Ole Anderson
    Mother: Annette Jacobson
    Spouse: Ernest Christel Bolte

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  2. What's interesting is that Ernst Bolte, despite the German-sounding name, was born in Hawaii, and was apparently a widower when he married Alvina. Best I can tell from the 1930 census, they had two children in common by that time--a son and a daughter--and perhaps more by the time of the 1940 census.

    It looks like the family settled in the northern California Bay area, in Berkeley. Alvina died there on January 10, 1993, but I haven't been able to locate her obituary to find any descendant information. There are some Ancestry subscribers who include her in a family tree, but it's hard to tell if they are close relatives, since some of the trees are either extended families, or research projects of a regional geographic nature.

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