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  • (GOLD CERTIFICATES) With the increase of gold in America partially brought on by the rush of the mid 1800's, this metal became a prevalent asset for exchange.

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Lena Elaine Olson (1860-1938) death certificate

Lena Elaine Olson (1860-1938) death certificate

Lena Elaine Olson (1860-1938) aka Hannah Eline Olsdatter, aka Lina Olson; Cleaning Lady and Housewife; Emigrated from Farsund to Chicago around 1881 (b. February 13, 1860, Vanse, Farsund, Vest-Agder, Norway - d. January 23, 1938, 8:06 am, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA) US Passport Number 137560.

Lena was born in 1860 in Norway to Ole Mattias Pedersen (1820-1914) and Tea Johanne Torstensdatter (1825-1865). Lena may have been born on Vestre Vatne farm.

Lena was christened on June 03, 1860 in Vanse parish under the name "Hannah Eline Olsdatter".

Lena's siblings include: Peder Mathias Olsen (1851-?); Theodore Johan Olsen (1852-?); Sopie Marie Olsdatter (1852-after1908) who may have married a Nilsen; Josette Theresa Olsdatter (1855-?); Otto Olson (1858-1921) who emigrated to Chicago in the US and married Hannah Hansen (1864-1936); and the youngest was Salmine Pedersen (1862-1914) aka Salmine Sophia Severine Olsdatter, who married John Edward Winblad (1856-1914) and emigrated to the US, and later died while visiting Norway. Lena's mother, Thea, died at a young age and Ole raised the seven surviving children himself and never remarried.

Farsund, Norway:
The family was listed in the 1865 Norway Census as living at 39 and 40 Kirkegaden Street in Farsund with Ole working as a baker.

Lena came to the US in 1879 according to her 1922 passport application. The same document says her husband came over in 1882.

She married Andrew Havig Jensen (1861-1930) on May 12, 1883 in Chicago. Lena and Andrew's Illinois marriage certificate was number "71512" and she was listed as "Lena Olsen" and he was listed as "Andreas Jensen".

Together they had 8 children and all 8 lived to adulthood. Having all your children live to adulthood was very rare in the period of 1880-1900. For comparison, her sister, Salmine Pedersen was living in lower Manhattan had 7 children and only 3 lived to adulthood. Lena and Andrew's children are as follows: Mary Marie Jensen (1883-1969) aka Marie Jensen, who married Albert Rath (1881-1950) and later married Nels Hemwall (1875-1965); Thea Jensen (1885-1910) who married Max Caro (1882-c1920); Leif Jensen (1886-1955) who married Agnes Hansen (1890-1965); Leonard A. Jensen (1887-1979) who married Gertrude Louise Brock (1892-1944); Josetta Dorothy Jensen (1889-1940) aka Dolly Jensen, who married William J. Gogerty (1893-1939); Margerite Jensen (1891-1986) aka Daisy Jensen, who married Francis Joseph Woods (1891-1972) aka Frank Woods; Sally Jensen (1893-1965) aka Goldie Jensen, who married William Holm (1891-1983); Eleanore Margaret Jensen (1897-1987) who married Mahlon Edward Shanahan (1900-1993); and the youngest was Alvin Jensen (1900-1986) who married Helen Mae Baldwin (1907-1998).

Lena raised her four grandchildren after her daughter, Thea, died in 1910.

Sopie Marie Olsdatter:
Around 1910-1914, Sopie Marie Olsdatter (1852-aft1910), Lena's sister in Farsund in Norway wrote to Salmine Pedersen, who was their sister in Jersey City in New Jersey the following in Norwegian which has been translated into English: "A little post to you from your sister, stay well. Our most beloved dear Salmine and family, now when Sofie shall travel on Saturday, she will be kind and go to you and bring regards from your dear father and sister, I have no address, as I get the letters in return, got a letter from Lena 8 days ago, she is good and sound and has visited you, sister, and she said you were in good mood and happy, yes God helps you and your people, so that you still may come to see your old father, he is pretty well and was glad he heard that Lena thinks about a trip home together with you, if everything goes well, with the help of God, we live well, have no suffer ... Dear be careful so that you once again can see old Norway, Lena wrote that she had a good time by Inga it was so nice, we have had a cold Summer so we have had a fire in the stove all the time, you shall get letters when I get [home], love from father [and] sister."

Death of Father:
Her father died on August 24, 1914. Attending the funeral in Norway were: Salmine Pedersen with her husband, John Edward Winblad, and their son Otto Perry Winblad (1902-1977); and Lena Olson with her son Alvin Jensen. On this same trip John Edward Winblad, Salmine's husband died on September 24, 1914 in Farsund, and Salmine died December 18, 1914, also in Farsund. Mary Virgilious Geary (1918- ) confirmed that Lena visited Norway with her son Alvin and the ship manifest shows they returned from Christiansand, Vest-Agder, Norway to Chicago via New York on September 30, 1914, just 6 days after John Winblad died. Lena was listed as "Lina Jensen" on the ship manifest. Otto Winblad (1902-1977) stayed in Farsund until July 06, 1915 and was met in New York by his brother Anton Julius Winblad (1886-1975) who was returning to New York from Cub

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Garfield and fellow Ohio President Rutherford B. Hayes both served on the first board of trustees of Western Reserve University (now Case Western Reserve University) following the school's move from Hudson, Ohio to Cleveland.[citation needed]
Garfield was a minister and an elder for the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), making him the first—and to date, only—member of the clergy to serve as President. [5] He is also claimed as a member of the Church of Christ, as the different branches did not split until the 20th century. Garfield preached his first sermon in Poestenkill, New York.[6] When Garfield relinquished his Eldership, it is said that he stated, "I resign the highest office in the land to become President of the United States."[citation needed]
Garfield Monument at Lake View Cemetery in Cleveland, Ohio.Garfield was a member of the Delta Upsilon International Fraternity.[7]
Garfield is the only person in US history to be a Representative, Senator-elect, and President-elect at the same time. To date, he is the only Representative to be directly elected President of the United States.
In 1876, Garfield discovered a novel proof of the Pythagorean Theorem using a trapezoid while serving as a member of the House of Representatives.[8]
Garfield was the first ambidextrous president. It was said that one could ask him a question in English and he could simultaneously write the answer in Latin with one hand, and Ancient Greek with the other.[9]
In the famous drawing of Guiteau shooting Garfield, it is believed that the color of their suits at the time was reversed.[citation needed]
The assassination is also mentioned in the Johnny Cash tune, "Mister Garfield (Has Been Shot Down)" according to the album sleeve written by J. Elliot, released in 1965 by Columbia Records, and re-recorded for the 1972 album "America - A 200 Year Salute in Story And Song", as well in the song "Charles Guiteau" by Kelly Harrell & the Virginia String Band as included in the Anthology of American Folk Music.
In the 1992 film Unforgiven, set in 1881, the character English Bob mocks his (American) fellow travelers for the murder of President Garfield, comparing the republican system of government unfavorably with the monarchical. "If you were to try to assassinate a king, sir, the, how shall I say it, the majesty of royalty would cause you to miss. But, a President, I mean, why not shoot a President?"
Garfield was assassinated only months after Czar Alexander II of Russia was assassinated.
Robert Lincoln, son of Abraham Lincoln, was a witness to Garfield's assassination.[10]
Stephen Sondheim's musical Assassins includes the story of Charles J. Guiteau and his assassination of Garfield and features a song, "The Ballad of Guiteau."
Garfield Monument in Washington, D.C.Part of Charles Guiteau's preserved brain is on display at the Mutter Museum at the College of Physicians of Philadelphia.[11] Guiteau's bones and more of his brain, along with Garfield's backbone and a couple ribs, are kept at the National Museum of Health and Medicine in Washington, D.C. on the grounds of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center.[12]
Garfield was a direct descendant of Mayflower passenger John Billington through his son Francis, another Mayflower passenger.[13] John Billington was convicted of murder at Plymouth Mass. 1630.[14]
Garfield juggled Indian clubs to build his muscles.[15]
James Garfield was featured on series 1882 $5 National Currency notes,[citation needed] and the series 1886 $20 Gold Certificate.[16] Both of these currency notes are considered to be of moderate rarity, and are quite valuable to collectors.
Garfield has a street in Brooklyn a suburb in Wellington, New Zealand named after him - Garfield Street.[citation needed]
Garfield had one blue eye and one brown eye.

[edit] Further reading
Ackerman, Kenneth D. Dark Horse: The Surprise Election and Political Murder of James A. Garfield, Avalon Publishing, 2004. ISBN 0-7867-1396-8 (paperback) and ISBN 0-7867-1151-5 (cloth).
Freemon, Frank R., 2001: Gangrene and glory: medical care during the American Civil War; Urbana: University of Illinois Press. ISBN: 0252070100
King, Lester Snow: 1991 Transformations in American Medicine : from Benjamin Rush to William Osler / Lester S. King. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, c1991. ISBN: 0801840570
Peskin, Allan Garfield: A Biography, The Kent State University Press, 1978. ISBN 0-8733-8210-2.
Vowell, Sarah "Assassination Vacation", Simon & Schuster, 2005 ISBN 0-7432-6004-X

[edit] References
^ Peskin, Allan (1978). Garfield. Kent State University Press, p. 45. ISBN 0873382102.
^ Cheney, Lynne Vincent. "Mrs. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper". American Heritage Magazine. October 1975. Volume 26, Issue 6. URL retrieved on January 24, 2007.
^ "The attack on the President's life". Library of Congress. URL retrieved on J

$20 gold certificate

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