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Julius Peter Christensen

Født 20 Mar 1935 Dalesburg, Clay County, South Dakota, USA
Død 29 Oct 2000 LeMars, Plymouth County, Iowa
20 Mar 1935
Dalesburg, Clay County, South Dakota, USA
1 Jun 1906
Clay County, South Dakota, USA
12 Jul 1871
Nakskov, Lolland
13 Jan 1825
Maribo, Lolland
18 Feb 1842
3 Oct 1876
Helnæs, Fyn
17 Nov 1835
Abkjeldsgård, Helnæs, Fyn
12 Nov 1839
Bogården, Helnæs
23 Apr 1914
Rural Beresford, South Dakota, USA
Begravelse Dalesburg Lutheran Cemetery, South Dakota, USA
Fødsel 20 Mar 1935 Dalesburg, Clay County, South Dakota, USA
Død 29 Oct 2000 LeMars, Plymouth County, Iowa
(Research):Julius P. Christensen

Vermillion, S.D. – Julius P. Christensen, 65, of rural Vermillion died Sunday, Oct. 29, 2000, at The Abbey in Le Mars, Iowa. Services will be 10 a.m. Wed. at Dalesburg Lutheran Church in rural Vermillion, with Rev. Annette Granchow officiating . Burial will be in Dalesburg Lutheran Cemetery. There will be no visitation. Arrangements are under the direction of Iverson-Wiecke Funeral Home in Vermillion.

Mr Christensen was born March 20, 1935, in Clay County, S.D., the son of Clarence J and Violet F. (Dahlin) Christensen. He was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith. He graduated from Dalesburg District 35 High School in 1953, in Beresfo ford, S.D. He attended the University of South Dakota for one year. He served in the U.S. Army four years, stationed in Germany. He then farmed. He had been a resident of The Abbey since 1983. He was a member of the Dalesburg Lutheran Church . Survivors include a sister and her husband, two nieces, and two grandnieces.

Sioux City Iowa Journal, 31 Oct 2000.