Emmertsen (Knudsen), Kirsten Marie [10227] in English

Fathers fathers father: Emmert Friederichsen [11165] (1759-1795)
Fathers fathers mother: Mette Kirstine Mortensdatter [11166] (1765-1803)
Fathers mothers father: Knud Jørgensen Bruus [11175] (1757-)
Fathers mothers mother: Inger Sørensdatter [11176] (1766-1830)
Mothers fathers father: Mads Pedersen [146] (1776-1846)
Mothers fathers mother: Johanne Andersdatter [147] (1776-1851)
Mothers mothers father: Jens Rasmussen [5436]
Mothers mothers mother: Karen Andersdatter [5437]
Fathers father: Emmert Emmertsen [10216] (1796-1840)
Fathers mother: Kiersten Knudsdatter [10217] (1799-1851)
Mothers father: Peder Madsen [141] (1800-1887)
Mothers mother: Maren Jensdatter [142] (Ca. 1797-1887)
Father: Knud Emmertsen [10215] (1829-1909)
Mother: Johanne Marie Pedersdatter [1981] (1828-1919)

Kirsten Marie (Knudsen) Emmertsen [10227] (1864-1949)



  • Kirsten Maries Find-a-Grave memorial says:
    (1949) Funeral services for Kate Larsen, 85, widow of Soren Larsen were held Wednesday at the L.D.S. church. Mrs. Larsen, resident of Rock Springs for 43 years, died Sunday, May 15, at Sweetwater County Memorial hospital.
    Born April 2, 1864 in Aarhus, Denmark, she came to the United States when a girl, locating in Huntville, Utah, in 1876. After living there a few years she went to Ogden where she lived until she came to Rock Springs in 1906. She was a member of the Rock Springs Danish Sisterhood, joining the organization during the first years she lived here.
    Mrs. Larsen is survived by one son, Raymond B. Larsen, and three stepsons, Walter, Otto and Harry Larsen, all of Rock Springs; four grandchildren, Lewis and Ramona Larsen of Rock Springs, Matt Steffensen Jr. who is with the Curtis-Wright company in Europe with headquarters in paris, and Louise DeFratis of Gallup, N.M. She also had three great-grandchildren. Mr. Larsen died in November, 1930.
    Burial was in Mountain View section of the city cemetery. Pallbearers were Fred Hansen, Renard Jensen, Dan Hoskin, Walter and Otto Larsen and John McCormick.
    Mrs. Larsen had lived with the Raymond Larsen family since the death of her daughter, Mrs. Matt Steffensen Sr., 14 years ago.