|Einer HOWG Jr.
Einer HOWG Jr. 1 2
- Born: 17 October 1860, Nyhaugen, Aasnes, Solor, Norway 1 2
- Marriage: Caroline RUDSHAUGEN
- Died: 18 March 1936, New Effington, Roberts Co., South Dakota at age 75 1 2
Another name for Einer was Einer E. HOWG.
Einer married Caroline RUDSHAUGEN. (Caroline RUDSHAUGEN was born on 29 July 1861 in Vaaler, , Solor, Norway 1 2 and died on 10 March 1932 in , Roberts Co., South Dakota 1 2.)
E-mail Letter, Dated 21 August 2004 from Susan Florence (Howg) Spiller. Attachment was a Howg GEDCOM that was downloaded from RootsWeb.
C. M. Howg, Our Howgs in America (1919 - 33rd Ave. S. W., Calgary 7, Alberta, Canada
Self published - possibly in early 1970s based on dates in section called Supplements.) "Purpose - In brief the purpose of this book is to give, as near a reasonbly possible, an authentic geneology of our Haugs in North America, comprising the direct decendants of Einar T. Haug and wife Mathea. At the same time our endeavour is to get the numerous family branches acquainted with one another. The prolific tendency coupled with their frontier spiri has brought our clansmen to all corners of this English speaking portion of Quebec, Canada as well. So this Book is presented as an arsenal of informative data pertaining to the lives and activities of our people including their present where-abouts and general status in life, past and present. We hope by this for a closer tie and shortening of miles. We do not expect to escape due criticism, constructive nor otherwise. Perhaps, however, even with our inexperience in book-"making" we could possibly have come up with a closer adherence to the formality route, but right or wron, the author wanted, if possible, a more personal touch to emanate from these pages to help foster a smoother concept of our narrative by camouflaging some of the statistics against a background of varied patterns of events, thus attempting the implementation of a newer approach in statistics. Both clerical errors and other regretable mistakes from varied sources will no doubt have seeped into these pages. Therefore, let us forgive one another knowing fallability is inherent with us all."