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Capt. Theodore Knudson b. Sept. 1870 Norway d. March 29, 1939 Tillamook, Or.
Posted by: Ellie Stone (ID *****4081) Date: December 02, 2008 at 23:10:00
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I am not a relative. I have just been helping someone with research of Theodore and his family here in Oregon.

Theodore first married Olive (Olivia) Johnson October 7, 1892 in Illinois. She died Aug. 20, 1915 in Portland, Multnomah, Or. at the age of 51 years, 7 months and 22 days. She is buried at the Riverview Cemetery in Portland. At the time of her death, her daughter Mrs. Tony Kliskinich (Olive),Theodore Erving, Floyd, Ruth and Myrtle survived her as well as her husband Theodore.

Olivia and Theodore's son Theodore Erving (Ervin) died at the age of 24 years on May 26, 1920. He is also buried at the Riverview Cemetery in Portland, Oregon,

On Oct. 7, 1916, Theodore Knudson married Mrs. Ida M. Johnson. She had two sons from a previous marriage - Harold and Edwin Johnson. Theodore was the superintendent of the Peninsula Shipbuilding company at the time.

Theodore and Ida were divorced some time prior to his marriage to his third wife Jessie I. Herald in 1926 in Hood River County, OR. Ida died Oct. 30, 1941 in Portland, Or.

The following is the obit for Theodore:

KNUDSON- At Tillamook, Or. March 29, Captain Theodore Knudson, husband of Jessie Knudson, Portland; father of Mrs. Olive Lucas, Battle Ground, Wash., Mrs. Ruth Chamberlain and Mrs. Myrtle Pierson of San Jose, Calif., and Floyd Knudson of Fresno, Calif.; brother of George and Sam of Racine, Wis.; also 11 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday 1 P.M. at the Chapel of Edward. Holman & Son. The House of Holman Hawthorne Blvd. at S.E. 27th. Interment Riverview Cemetery.

The Oregonian
Saturday April 1, 1939
page 12


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