Person:Aase Andersen (2)

Watchers
Aase Asalia Andersen
m. 17 Nov 1883
  1. Einar Endresen - 1971
  2. Martin Andersen1884 -
  3. Martin Tellefsen1884 -
  4. Tønnes Endresen1886 -
  5. Aase Asalia Andersen1888 - 1945
  6. Ellen Endresdatter1891 - 1974
  7. Ole Andreas Endresen1893 -
  8. Gjertrud Endresdatter1896 - 1964
  9. Mathilde Endresdatter1899 - 1984
m. 8 Mar 1913
  1. Astor Alvin Abrahamsen1913 - 2000
  2. Edwin Anker Abrahamsen1916 - 1999
  3. Stanley Henry Abrahamsen1918 - 2005
  4. Ethel Odine Abrahamsen1920 - 1998
  • HPeter Bensen1882 -
  • WAase Asalia Andersen1888 - 1945
m. Abt 1922
  1. Perry Bensen1924 - 1981
Facts and Events
Name Aase Asalia Andersen
Gender Female
Birth[3] 22 Oct 1888 Flaksvann, 4760 Birkeland, Norway
Marriage 8 Mar 1913 Brooklyn, New Yorkto Anton Herman Abrahamsen
Marriage Abt 1922 Brooklyn, New Yorkto Peter Bensen
Occupation? Homemaker
Death? 9 Sep 1945 5715 10th Avenue, Brooklyn, New York
Burial? 12 Sep 1945 Evergreen Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York
Religion? Lutheran

At the time of the 1920 census they lived at 4814 Seventh Avenue, Brooklyn, New York.

The census records say that she immigrated in 1910 and wasn't a naturalized citizen at the time of the census.

The Ellis Island records show she arrived 13 April 1910 from Christiania (Oslo) on the Oscar II as a steerage passenger. She is listed as “Endresen,Aselia”. She was going to live with her brother, probably Tønnes Endresen, and listed her occupation as servant. Tønnes lived at 566 Henry Street, Brooklyn. (I couldn’t find this on a map.)

She said she was from Flaksvatn, Birkenes, Norway, where her mother Odine still lived.

She was 5’ 5” tall, with fair hair and blue eyes.

Her death certificate (#17668) was issued by the Borough of Brooklyn in the name of Celia Bensen. At the time of her death she had been living at 5715 Fort Hamilton Pkwy, Brooklyn for 10 years. She died of cancer of the uterus and generalized metastasis.

Uncle Sydney may have her burial certificate. She was buried in the same place as Anton, Evergreen Cemetary, Brooklyn, New York. The plot (grave?) number was 160055 Nazareth (or 78653?)

References
  1.   Abrahamsen - 1920 federal census.
  2.   Ellis Island Foundation. Ellis Island Records.
  3. from marriage certificate