Nygren School #977

Estevan, Saskatchewan, Canada

South of Estevan half way to US border


Part of my Dad's 1927 Map

School located on SW Section 35, Township 1, Range 8, W2

Named after Gustav (Gustaf) “Gus” “Gust” Nygren Family
b- Aug 26, 1877 in Laxarby, Älvsborg (Västra Götaland), Sverige (Sweden)
d- Aug 9, 1966 Snohomish, WA
buried Grand Army of the Republic Cemetery, Snohomish, WA
Dec 16, 1919 he went thru North Portal Port.
Family Immigrated in 1906 to Canada from Norway
Homestead application- 534977 Gustav Nygren, NE Section 34, Township 1, Range 8, W2
age 42 he applied for American Naturalization, at Snohomish WA, shown as a Carpenter, May 12, 1920
son of Johannes Nygren and Greta Olsdotter
wife- Clara J. Nygren, nee Hoidahl
b- Nov 10, 1873 Norway
d- May 14, 1939 Snohomish WA buried Grand Army of the Republic Cemetery, Snohomish, WA
1911 family living on homestead
daughter- Augot Nygren, b- Aug 1902 in Norway
son- Alf Nygren, b- July 1903 in Norway
daughter- Esther Nygren, b- Nov 1907 in SK
daughter- Sarah Nygren, b- Apr 1911 in SK
daughter- Ellen Elvira Nygren, b- 1913, d-May 27, 1950
daughter- Margaret Andrea Carlson Nygren, b- ?
son- S. Rudolph Nygren, b- ca 1917 in SK

disclaimer- there is some confusion with the district #977 here, the map says this is the number but the gazette says that belongs to East Lyme School? so not sure if this one is correct. also had 2 Nygren Schools on old 1927 map so confusion there as well. I think the other one is Shand School though.


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