Person:Andrew Jacobson (1)

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Andrew Jacobson
b.9 Aug 1864 Hallaröd, Sweden
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Name[1] Andrew Jacobson
Alt Name Anders Jacobson
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 9 Aug 1864 Hallaröd, SwedenIn the 1900 U.S. census it was stated that he was born “Aug 1865”.
Immigration[2][3][4][7] Abt 1888 United StatesIn the census it was recorded that he came to America about 1888 or 1889.
Naturalization[3] 1889 In the 1920 U.S. census Andrew was stated to have been naturalized in 1889.
Census[6] 1 Mar 1895 Gypsum Creek twp., McPherson co., Kansas, United StatesA. Jacobson, from Sweden, was residing in the household of James and A. M. Muir.
Marriage 16 Mar 1897 McPherson, McPherson co., Kansas, United StatesAndrew and May were united in marriage by clergyman A.M. Barrett. The 1910 census states that this was the first marriage for each of them.
to May Spilman
Marriage License 16 Mar 1897 McPherson co., Kansas, United StatesA license was issued by Judge J.W. Walker for Andrew Jacobson, “aged 30”, and May Spilman, “aged 28”, both from Roxbury, Kansas.
to May Spilman
Census 1 Jun 1900 Gypsum Creek twp., McPherson co., Kansas, United Stateson a farm, in a home that was rented
Andrew Jacobson (occ. farmer) was residing with his wife May. They had two boarders, William Mortimer and O. S. Forsberg. It was recorded that May did not have any children.
with May Spilman
Census 1 Mar 1905 Gypsum Creek twp., McPherson co., Kansas, United States(in the Gypsum postal area)
on a farm, in a home that was rented
Andrew Jacobson was residing with [wife] May, [son] Fred, and Oscar Forsberg. (No relationships are recorded in this census.) It was recorded that Fred was born in Kansas.
with May Spilman
Census 15 Apr 1910 Gypsum Creek twp., McPherson co., Kansas, United Stateson a farm, in a home that was rented
Andrew Jacobson (occ. farmer) was residing with his wife May, son James F., daughter Carrie A., and servant Joseph B. DeBolt (occ. farm laborer). It was recorded that James attended school, and May had two children (both living). Each of the children was born in Kansas.
with May Spilman
Census 1 Mar 1915 Gypsum Creek twp., McPherson co., Kansas, United Stateson a farm, in a home that was rented
Andrew Jacobson (occ. farming) was residing with [wife] May, [son] J. F., and [daughter] C. A. (No relationships are recorded in this census.) It was recorded that J. F. attended school within the year.
with May Spilman
Census 1 Jan 1920 Roxbury, McPherson co., Kansas, United Stateson a farm, in a home owned free of mortgage
Andrew Jacobson (occ. farmer) was residing with his wife May, son Fredrick (occ. farm labor, at home), and daughter Carrie. It was recorded that Carrie attended school.
with May Spilman
Census 1 Mar 1925 Gypsum Creek twp., McPherson co., Kansas, United Statesin a home that was rented
Andrew Jacobson (occ. farmer, livestock) was residing with his wife May, son Fred, and daughter “Carey”. It was recorded that Carey attended school within the year.
with May Spilman
Census 1 Apr 1930 Gypsum Creek twp., McPherson co., Kansas, United Stateson a farm, in a home that was owned
Andrew Jacobson (occ. farmer) was residing with his wife May, daughter Carrie A., and hired man John Sward.
with May Spilman
Census 1 Apr 1940 Gypsum Creek twp., McPherson co., Kansas, United Stateson a farm, in a home that was owned
Andrew Jacobson (occ. farmer) was residing with his wife May, son-in-law Cecil J. Ash (occ. farm laborer), daughter Carrie Ash, grand-daughter “Nedine” Ash, housekeeper Frances R. Nelson, and hired hand John Sward. Andrew, May, and Carrie are all recorded as residing in the “same house” as in 1935.
with May Spilman
Death[1] 28 Mar 1949 McPherson, McPherson co., Kansas, United States
Education[2][4][5] Andrew completed the 8th grade, and he was able to read and write. His native language was Swedish, but he was able to speak English.
Burial[1] Valley View Memorial Cemetery, Gypsum Creek twp., McPherson co., Kansas, United StatesThe grave marker is inscribed, “ANDREW JACOBSON, [b.] AUG. 9, 1864, [d.] MAR. 28, 1949”.
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3Andrew Jacobson”, in Find A Grave, memorial 53151604. Viewed digital image of grave marker.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 ED 130, Gypsum Creek twp., McPherson, Kansas, in United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T624), roll 488 (FHL #1240488), folio 13, sheet 1A, line 34, Andrew Jacobson, [digital image, Ancestry.com], enumerated 1 June 1900.

    He was born “Aug 1865”. He immigrated to the U.S. in “1889” and was naturalized (“Na”). He could read, write, and speak English.

  3. 3.0 3.1 ED 67, Gypsum Creek twp., McPherson, Kansas, in United States. 1920 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T625), roll 539, folio 13, sheet 5A, line 24, Andrew Jacobson, [digital image, Ancestry.com], enumerated 9 Jan. 1920.

    He immigrated to the U.S. in “1888” and was naturalized in “1889”.

  4. 4.0 4.1 ED 11, Gypsum Creek twp., McPherson, Kansas, in United States. 1930 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T626), roll 709 (FHL #2340444), folio 45, sheet 2A, line 20, Andrew Jacobson, [digital image, Ancestry.com], enumerated 7 April 1930.

    He immigrated to the U.S. in “1888” and was naturalized. His native language is Swedish, and he can speak English.

  5. ED 57-11, Gypsum Creek twp., McPherson, Kansas, in United States. 1940 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T627), roll 1243, folio 69, sheet 4B, line 60, Andrew Jacobson, [digital image, Ancestry.com], enumerated 19 April 1940.

    Highest grade of school completed “8”.

  6. Gypsum Creek twp., McPherson, in Kansas. State Board of Agriculture. State census of 1895. (Topeka, Kansas: Kansas State Historical Society, 1953-1958), microfilm K-86, p 14, dwelling n.n., family n.n., James Muir household, [digital image, Ancestry.com].
  7. Gypsum Creek twp., McPherson, in Kansas. State Board of Agriculture. State census of 1925. (Topeka: Kansas State Historical Society), microfilm K-91, p 13, ln 13, Andrew Jacobson household, [digital image, Ancestry.com].

    He immigrated to the U.S. in “1888” and was naturalized that same year.