Oscar Hogrelius. Among the foremost builders in the Woodcliff section is Oscar Hogrelius. Although in business only a few years, he has erected numerous buildings, and has prac- tically built up the whole length of 29th Street, Woodcliff. He special- ized in cozy residential dwellings, for which that section is so well known. He has, however, of late erected two large, beautiful apart- ment houses on 28th Street. Mr. Hogrelius built the Church of In- tercession in New York. He is one 127 of the most successful contractors and builders in the northern part of the county. He is thorough in every detail, energetic, and practical in carrying out his contracts, and prompt in all he undertakes. His splendid foresight, integrity, and sound judgment, and his capacity for business has brought him into more than local prominence. As his business has always occ.upied his full time, he has never affiliated himself with any political or frater- nal organization.' He takes a great interest in church work, and is, na- turally, much interested in civic work. Mr. Hogrelius was born in Swe- den, January 25th, 1865. There he received his early education and later learned his trade. In 1899 he immigrated to this country, and settled in New York, later moving to Woodcliff, where he soon after engaged in business for himself. In 1906 he married Edith Olson, with whom he has one son, Olaf .
Här är systern som bara var 17 år när hon tog båten över till USA:
|Last Place of Residence:|
|Date of Arrival:||Sep 10, 1894|
|Age at Arrival: 17y Gender: F Marital Status:|
|Ship of Travel:||California|
|Port of Departure:||Helsingborg Goteborg|
|Manifest Line Number:||0303|
Birth: Oct. 10, 1873, Sweden Death: 1952 Lamoille Elko County Nevada, USA Frederick/Frederik/Fred E. (Elias) Hogrelius/Hoggrelius (various versions of his given and surnames are shown on official documents). -He is shown on Swedish immigration documents as departing from Goteborg, Sweden on 20 June, 1890 with a destination of New York. -He is shown on U.S. WWI draft documents listing his nearest relative as Clara A. Hogrelius, living @ San Fransisco, California. -He is shown on a 1920 US census as living @ South Fork, Nevada and also in 1930 as living @ Lamoille, Nevada. On both documents he is listed as single/not married. Fred E. Hogrelius is buried on private property that was probably owned by him in 1952 when he died. At the time of burial the locality would probably have been known as Lamoille because the specific name of Spring Creek was not generally used until around 1970. The exact location of the grave/headstone is up on a small hill @ 449 Spring Creek Pkwy, Spring Creek, Nevada. The grave is not so commonly known to anyone but the owners of the property on which it is located. Burial: Fred E. Hogrelius Gravesite Spring Creek Elko County Nevada, USA Plot: Up on a hill @ 449 Spring Creek Pkwy. Created by: Rick S.
In the paper are Anna dauther to Gustav but it is not truth , Fredrik and Oscars brother!!
When she was in sweden a few weeks on vacation so
was a little girl with she.Anna died and how the life for the little girl be?
In Finland I found papers with persons with the name "Hogrelius" but they are not in our clan
Anna Hogrelius born 1871 and dead 1902 maybe are from the Finnish clan Hogrelius?
But the Finnish name here are Swedish?