Jacob Elias Williamson II (1892-1974) Lake Pilot (b. February 24, 1892, Farsund, Vest-Agder, Norway - d. March 09, 1974, Baudette, Lake Of The Woods County, Minnesota, 56623, USA)
Birth[edit | edit source]
He was the son of Jakob Elias Willumsen (1853-1928) and Anna Elisabeth Olesdatter (1855-1909) of Norway.
Full siblings[edit | edit source]
His siblings include: Willhelmina Olesdatter (1879-1936) who married Bernhard Gjelhaug; Ole M. Williamson (1881-1948) who married Doris E. Wilkens (1901-1980); Helen Marie Williamson (1887-1975) who married Edgar Pardon (1881-1973); Christian A. Williamson (1889-1939); Emil A. Williamson (1895-1964) who married Martha Wilkens (1902-1989); and Jenny C. Williamson (1898-1956) who returned to Norway and married Ole Johnson (1871-1961).
Half siblings[edit | edit source]
He also had the following half-siblings: Anne E. Villumson (1915-1963); Agnes Amanda Villumson (1919-?); Agnes Andrea Villumson (1919-?) who married Richard Larsen (1914-?); Jakob Frits Villumson (1922-1923) who died as an infant; Jakob Fridtjof Villumson (1924-?); and Petter A. Villumson. Jacob married Tilda Olson (1895-1978).
Minnesota[edit | edit source]
He appeared in the 1930 US Census living in Williams, Koochiching County, Minnesota. He never married.
Death[edit | edit source]
He died in 1974 and his death certificate number was "006441".
Memories about Jacob Williamson II[edit | edit source]
Judith Kaye Grothe (1947- ) writes: He farmed and also piloted a private fishing yacht for a North Dakota physician on Lake of the Woods.