This family lived in Rice Lake from approximately 1886 to 1913-18.  Over a five year period the Sorensens moved to Aberdeen, Washington. This is a picture of the Ingebret and Olina Sorensen children of Rice Lake, Wisconsin.  Based in U.S. Census Records I would guess this photograph taken about 1910.

From left to right:
Clara M. Sorensen, born 29 July 1888
Selma J. Sorensen, born 01 October 1890
Mabel C. Sorensen, born -- October 1892
Elmer O. Sorensen, born 08 August 1897

Ingebret and Olina Sorensen immigrated to Wisconsin from Norway about 1886(?).   All the children were born in Rice Lake, Wisconsin.  Olina died in Wisconsin. In 1913 Clara M. Sorensen (24) moved to Aberdeen, Washington.  She married Ole B. Hansen on June 28, 1913.  They are my grandparents. According to Polks Grays Harbor Cities Directories for 1917-18, Elmer O. Sorensen moved into Aberdeen, Washington in 1917.  He was followed by Selma and Ingebret in 1918. Mabel C. Sorensen married Leslie Hemner and stayed in Rice Lake Wisconsin.  Ingebret, Clara, Selma and Elmer are all buried in the Fern Hill Cemetery in Aberdeen, Washington.

Donated by Richard Raby


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