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Herman Emanuel Lindgren, born 09 August 1887 near Malmo, Saunders, NE, died 11 April 1947 in NE, buried:  Sunrise Cemetery, Wahoo, Saunders, NE.  He married on 29 June 1927 at Wahoo, Saunders, NE to Dorothy E. Hultin. (note: the year appears to be an error - they were both single in the 1930 Census)  She was born 23 Aug 1902, died 09 Aug 1982 at Omaha, Douglas, NE.

His  WW1 draft card describes him as being medium in height and build, with blue eyes and brown hair.  From 1907-1910, he farmed in Saunders Co., NE.  From 1910-1912, he farmed in Tripp Co., SD. 1912-1913, he was a bookkeeper at Anderson Wallpaper & Paint Co., in Sioux City, IA. 1913-1920 found him again farming in Saunders Co.

In 1920, he was living in Saunders Co., NE with his widowed sister, Adele.  He was a cashier at Malmo State Bank from 1920-1930.  In 1930, he was boarding in Malmo, NE, with  Ben Erickson, a widower. Dorothy was living with her widowed father in Wahoo, NE.  In 1934, he became a Saunders County Clerk, and was still occupying that position in 1940, when the Census listed him as residing in Stocking Precinct, Wahoo, Saunders, NE, with his wife, Dorothy, and widowed father-in-law, C.P. Hultin.  He was also active with the local volunteer fire department, and in his local community.