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101 1900 Census, Blackhawk Township, Grundy County, IOWA:
AAGAARD, Axel E. (boarder); white; male; born Dec 1854; age 45; single; birthplace: Denmark; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark; year of immigration to the U.S.: 1894; occupation: Machinist
(boarding with Hans M. HANSEN, widower born July 1833 in Denmark who immigrated to the U.S. in 1891, and Hans' two granddaughters age 3 and 1)

Passenger list for the ship "Hekla", arriving in New York 10 Apr 1893, shows Axel Aagaard, age 23, occupation Gardener, from Copenhagen, Denmark; destination: Morris, Ia. (handwriting for the state, "ia", is difficult to read, but the entry just below his on the roster has a destination of Des Moines, Ia., and the "ia" looks exactly the same).

An IGI record says that he also lived in Texas (not sure if correct). 
Axel Erasmus Aagaard
 
102 Passenger list for the ship "Harold", which sailed from Copenhagen, Denmark, and arrived in New York October 4, 1880:
Berger* P. AAGAARD, age 24; male; occupation: Clerk; place of origin: Denmark; destination: U.S. of America; traveling in steerage

*his name is difficult to read. It was indexed as "Berger" by Ancestry.com, but may be Bergen, Bergn, or something else. 
Berger P. Aagaard
 
103 World War I draft registration card (Ancestry.com):
Carl C. AAGAARD; age 24; of Detroit, Mich.
date of birth: August 21, 1892 in Sorsen, Denmark
physical description: tall, medium build, blue eyes, blond hair
present occupation: Real Estate
married or single? single, no dependents
military experience: Sergeant in Infantry, in Denmark
(signed) Carl Christian AAGAARD
(registered June 5, 1917 in Detroit, Michigan)

1920 Census, Detroit, Wayne County, MICHIGAN:
says he immigrated to the U.S. in 1915. He had a wife, Ethel.

Detroit Border Crossings (Ancestry.com database):
AAGAARD, Carl; place of birth: Bradstrup, Denmark; age 23; height: 5ft. 10 and 3/4 inches; fair complexion; light brown hair, blue eyes, no distinguishing marks; occupation: dry goods clerk; last permanent residence: London, Ontario, Canada; name and address of nearest relative in country when alien came: no relatives; ever in U.S.? yes, for 3 mos. in 1914 at Port Huron, Michigan; destination and name and address of relative or friend to join there: friend, Jens Jensen, 381 21st St., Detroit, Mich.; Seaport and date of landing and name of steamship: Halifax, Apr. 8, 1913, SS "Royal Edward"

The 1930 Census, Detroit, Wayne County, MICHIGAN:
says he immigrated to the U.S. in 1913. He had a wife named Bernadette.


California Death Index (Ancestry.com): gives his birthdate as 21 Aug 1891, died 20 Aug 1965 
Carl Christian Aagaard
 
104 1930 Census, Chicago, Cook county, ILLINOIS:
AAGAARD, Carl (head of family); renting home for $50 per month; owns a radio set; male; white; age 26; married; age at first marriage: 20; birthplace: Denmark; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark; year of immigration to the U.S.: 1922; occupation: Chauffeur, truck
AAGAARD, Julia A. (wife); female; white; age 23; married; age at first marriage: 17; birthplace: Wisconsin; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark; occupation: Saleslady, groceries
AAGAARD, Julia (daughter); female; white; age 6; birthplace: Illinois

Ship's crew list for the ship "Frederik VIII" which sailed from Copenhagen and arrived in New York June 12, 1922:
AAGAARD, Carl Christian Hansen; position on ship: Waiter; signed on in Copenhagen; nationality: Danish; age 28; height: 5'7; weight: 120

Social Security Death Index 
Carl Christian Hansen Aagaard
 
105 he was called Emil Aagaard in a newspaper article for his parents' golden wedding anniversary, but in census records his name looks like Carl A. Aaggaard in 1910, Carl W. Aagaard in 1930. Carl Emil Aagaard
 
106 Passenger list for the ship "Caronia", which sailed from Liverpool, England July 25th, 1905 and arrived in New York Aug. 2nd, 1905:
AAGAARD, Carl Marius Larsen; age 26; male; occupation: Engeneer(?); from Allerup, Denmark; destination: Minden, Nebraska;
whether going to join a relative or friend, and if so, what relative or friend, and his name and complete address: friend, Niels M. Rasmussen, R. No.2, Minden, Kearney Co., Nebraska

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World War I draft registration card (Ancestry.com):
Carl Marius Larsen AAGAARD; of Rockford, Illinois
age 39; born Apr. 25, 1879 in Denmark
physical description: tall, medium build, blue eyes, light brown hair
present occupation: Machinist
nearest relative: Mrs. Anna Aagaard (wife)
(registered Sept. 12, 1918 in Rockford, Winnebago County, Illinois)

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1920 Census, Rockford, Winnebago County, ILLINOIS:
AAGAARD, Carl (head of family); male; white; age 40; married; year of immigration to the U.S.: 1906; birthplace: Denmark; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark; occupation: Foreman, Machine Shop
AAGAARD, Alice (wife); female; white; age 41; married; birthplace: Nebraska; father's birthplace: Ireland; mother's birthplace: Ireland; occupation: Teaching School
AAGAARD, Carl Jr. (son); male; white; age 8; birthplace: Illinois

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Social Security Death Index 
Carl Marius Larsen Aagaard
 
107 In the 1900 census, Mrs. Bertha Aagaard indicated that she had borne 10 children, 8 of whom were still living. child Aagaard
 
108 World War I draft registration card (Ancestry.com):
Christen AAGAARD; age 28; address: Avoca, Nebraska
born Aug. 27, 1888 at Sall Station, Jutland, Denmark
physical description: medium height, medium build, blue eyes, light hair
present occupation: farming
by whom employed? Ed. H. Wulf of Avoca, Nebraska
single, no dependents
(registered 5 June 1917 in Otoe County, Nebraska)

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WWI Civilian Draft Registrations (Ancestry.com):
AAGAARD, Christen; born 27 Aug 1888 at Sall Station, Jutland, Denmark
residing in Otoe County, Nebraska in 1917/1918 
Christen Aagaard
 
109 He may have been the same individual as Kristian Hansen AAGAARD, christened 16 May 1850 at Vamdrup, Ribe, Denmark, son of Niels Iversen AAGAARD and Anna Katrine FALKENBORG. Christian Hansen Aagaard
 
110 Denmark vital records (IGI) -- birth and christening dates, parents' names.
Passenger list for the ship "Hekla", which sailed from Copenhagen, Denmark and arrived in New York 26 Apr 1890: Christen H. AAGAARD, age 19, occupation "workman". Wisconsin Marriages pre-1907 (Ancestry.com database) shows that Christ H. I. Aagard married Marie C. Henrikson on 7 Oct 1897 in Marinette County, Wisconsin.

1900 Census, Marinette, Marinette County, WISCONSIN: his occupation was cigar maker

1905 Wisconsin State Census, Marinette, Marinette County, WISCONSIN

1910 Census, Marinette, Marinette County, WISCONSIN 
Christian Hansen Christiansen Aagaard
 
111 Wisconsin Birth Index: Henry Augaard (AAGAARD), born 28 July 1904 in Marinette County

The Marinette County, Wisconsin pre-1907 death index at http://www.rootsweb.com/~wimarine/pre1907d.html shows that Christian AAGAARD died there Aug. 20, 1904.

It is theorized that Henry and Christian were the same individual; however, this isn't proven. It is certain, however, that a child in this family was born about 1904 and died prior to the 1910 census. 
Christian Henry Aagaard
 
112 Hamburg passenger lists (Ancestry.com). 1894, p. 186
New York passenger lists (Ancestry.com); 14 Apr 1894, ship "Dania" 
Christine Aagaard
 
113 she was listed as Karen in the 1880 census, but as Clara in the 1900 census

1900 Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, MINNESOTA:
SORNSEN, Nels (head of family); white; male; born Mar 1861; age 39; married 7 years; birthplace: Denmark; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark; year of immigration to the U.S.: 1883; occupation: Teamster
SORNSEN, Clara (wife); white; female; born Jan 1873; age 27; married 7 years; mother of 3 children (3 still living); birthplace: New Jersey; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark
SORNSEN, Henry J. (son); white; male; born Aug 1894; age 5; birthplace: Minnesota
SORNSEN, Roy C. (son); white; male; born Aug 1896; age 3; birthplace: Minnesota
SORNSEN, Agnes (daughter); white; female; born Jan 1900; age 5months; birthplace: Minnesota
AAGAARD, Elsa (mother-in-law); white; female; born Apr 1846; age 54; widowed; mother of 5 children (4 still living); birthplace: Denmark; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark; year of immigration to the U.S.: 1872
AAGAARD, George N. (brother-in-law); white; male; born Jan 1882; age 18; single; birthplace: Minnesota; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark; occupation: Butcher 
Clara Karen Aagaard
 
114 gravestones of Elk Horn Cemetery, Shelby County, Iowa (see http://www.iowagravestones.org/gs_view.php?id=112984) Edna R. Aagaard
 
115 World War I draft registration card (Ancestry.com):
Edvard Nielsen AAGAARD; age 24; address: Avoca, Nebraska
born July 8th, 1892 in Sall, Jylland, Denmark
physical description: medium height, stout build, blue eyes, light hair
present occupation: Farmer Labor
by whom employed? Henery Ludwig of Avoca Nebraska
single, no dependents
(registered 5 June 1917 in Cass County, Nebraska)

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WWI Civilian Draft Registrations (Ancestry.com):
born 8 July 1892 in Sall, Jylland, Denmark
residing in Cass County, Nebraska in 1917/1918 
Edvard Nielsen Aagaard
 
116 Passenger list for the ship "Silesia", which sailed from Hamburg, Germany and arrived in New York 11 Oct 1884 Einer Aagaard
 
117 Passenger list for the ship "Moravia", which arrived in New York August 18, 1885: listed as Elise AAGAARD, age 3

1900 Census, Lansingburgh, Rensselaer County, NEW YORK: listed as Elizabeth C. AGARD, age 18 
Elizabeth (Elise) C. Aagaard
 
118 immigrated to America in 1887/1888; died in Iowa (see her daughter's obituary) Elizabeth Jensen Aagaard
 
119 1880 Census, Bergen, Mcleod County, MINNESOTA

1900 Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, MINNESOTA:
SORNSEN, Nels (head of family); white; male; born Mar 1861; age 39; married 7 years; birthplace: Denmark; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark; year of immigration to the U.S.: 1883; occupation: Teamster
SORNSEN, Clara (wife); white; female; born Jan 1873; age 27; married 7 years; mother of 3 children (3 still living); birthplace: New Jersey; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark
SORNSEN, Henry J. (son); white; male; born Aug 1894; age 5; birthplace: Minnesota
SORNSEN, Roy C. (son); white; male; born Aug 1896; age 3; birthplace: Minnesota
SORNSEN, Agnes (daughter); white; female; born Jan 1900; age 5months; birthplace: Minnesota
AAGAARD, Elsa (mother-in-law); white; female; born Apr 1846; age 54; widowed; mother of 5 children (4 still living); birthplace: Denmark; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark; year of immigration to the U.S.: 1872
AAGAARD, George N. (brother-in-law); white; male; born Jan 1882; age 18; single; birthplace: Minnesota; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark; occupation: Butcher

Minnesota Death Index (Ancestry.com)

Her maiden name was Aagaard according to the Minnesota death records for both of her sons. 
Else C. Aagaard
 
120 1900 Census, Lansingburgh, Rensselaer County, NEW YORK Elsie M. Aagaard
 
121 He said in the 1925 Iowa State Census that his parents were Gens (Jens) AAGAARD and Dorothy SORENSEN.

1910 Census, Fairfield Township, Grundy County, IOWA:
he was age 17, working as a hired hand for Swen Aagaard (his cousin?). Swen immigrated to the U.S. in 1890 and Emil in 1898 according to this census

1920 Census, Fairfield, Grundy County, IOWA

Social Security Death Index (Ancestry.com):
Emil AAGAARD, born 27 June 1893; died Sep 1974; death residence: Lake Preston, Kingsbury, South Dakota; SSN #481-18-0492 (issued in Iowa) 
Emil Aagaard
 
122 His name appears as Ernest Henderson Aagaard on his WWI draft registration card. However, his sister's middle name was Hendrickson so "Henderson" is probably an error. His mother's maiden name was Henrikson according to her marriage record. Ernest Henderson Aagaard
 
123 1910 Census,
1920 Census, Trinity, Lewis & Clark County, MONTANA 
Frank J. Aagaard
 
124 census records, Minneapolis, Hennepin county, Minnesota George Nelson Aagaard
 
125 May 8, 1997
DR. GEORGE N. AAGAARD, FORMER DEAN AND LONG-TIME MEDICAL SCHOOL FACULTY MEMBER, DIES IN SEATTLE
"Dr. George N. Aagaard, who served as the second dean of the University of Washington School of Medicine from 1954 to 1964, died early yesterday, May 7, in Seattle. He was 83. After heading a 10-year administration filled with remarkable achievements and unsurpassed growth in faculty, funding and facilities, Dr. Aagaard continued as a distinguished faculty member at the UW medical school for the rest of his career. Although officially retired in 1984, he remained active at the medical school until a few weeks before his death. "Ever gracious and wise, George Aagaard epitomized the physician's finest qualities of compassion and intelligence," said UW President Richard L. McCormick. "His presence was vital in shaping the successful development of our medical school through and beyond its critical early years. In this and so many other ways, professionally and personally, his loss is one that the University of Washington will feel for a long time to come." "The medical school mourns the loss of a greatly admired past dean and long-term faculty member who provided leadership and wisdom to the University for 43 years. Administrators who followed Dr. Aagaard wisely turned to him for advise and counsel," said Dr. John B. Coombs, acting vice president for medical affairs and acting dean of the School of Medicine. "George Aagaard and his wife, Lorna, always considered it a privilege to work hard for the University." "When Dr. Aagaard became dean, the medical school was eight years old with 53 faculty members and no teaching hospital. He arrived at the UW with a reputation as a calm, diplomatic statesman who brought order out of chaos, He was soon known as a man of fairness and good will. "Coming in on the tail end of political and financial struggles, Dr. Aagaard pulled together public support for the creation of University Hospital, now called University of Washington Medical Center. Construction began in 1956 and the hospital opened in 1959 with two nursing units. At the time the corporate practice of medicine was frowned upon, but Dr. Aagaard had the foresight to form a partnership called Associated University Physicians, in order to sustain a strong base for teaching and research. He respected the concerns of local physicians and built good relations with the practicing community. University Hospital quickly became a hub for medical breakthroughs, such as long-term kidney dialysis and chronic pain treatment. The teaching hospital housed one of the nation's first federally funded Clinical Research Centers. "Dr. Aagaard advanced the medical school in the basic sciences by developing multidisciplinary programs in genetics and other fields. He also helped establish collaborative programs across the University. Scientific enterprise flourished under his administration. In the days before jet aircraft, Dr. Aagaard would sometimes make weekly cross-country trips to serve on National Institutes of Health councils. By the end of his deanship, the school was among the top in federal funding of research. "Dr. Aagaard also set the direction for the school's present prominence as the highest ranking primary-care training ground. In 1963, he appointed a group to consider the direction of medicine 20 years hence. The group was uncanny in its predictions of an expanded health-care system, based on a primary-care model, and of the need for flexibility and diversity to embrace the varied training needs of generalist physicians. "After his years as dean, Dr. Aagaard founded the Division of Clinical Pharmacology and returned to the teaching and practice of medicine. He conducted extensive research on high blood pressure and was a life-long advocate of the value of exercise. He was an avid walker and tennis player. In 1978 he became the University's first Distinguished Professor of Medicine. He also was the first person to occupy the position of ombudsman for the UW, a post in which he helped solve administrative problems for faculty, staff and students. He also served as president of the UW Retirement Association. "A lectureship on social issues in medicine was named in his and his wife's honor. Lorna Aagaard has been a devoted partner to her husband in all of his professional endeavors. They were married 58 years. "Dr. Aagaard, an approachable man of dry wit who never took himself too seriously, was agreeable when the University, following its tradition of naming its computers after poets, scientists and philosophers, asked him if it might name its new clinical e-mail computer aagaard. His namesake is a tribute to his avid interest in medical informatics and his role in obtaining computers for student use. "Born in Minneapolis in 1913, Dr. Aagaard earned B.S., M.B, and M.D. degrees from the University of Minnesota, and completed his internship and residency there. At 39 he became dean of the Southwestern Medical School, University of Texas. He was named dean of the UW medical school in 1954, when he accepted the post because of the spirit of cooperation he saw at the school and because the school was an integral part of a strong university. "Aagaard is survived by his wife; five children, Diane, Skip, Buzz, David and Steven; six grandchildren; and one great grandchild. A memorial service will be held at University Congregational Church, where Dr. Aagaard and his wife were leading, longtime members, at 4 p.m. on Thursday, May 15. The family suggests that memorials be made to the UW School of Medicine or to University Congregational Church."
(University of Washington Office of News and Information at http://uwnews.washington.edu/ni/article.asp?articleID=2892) 
(Dr.) George Nelson Aagaard
 
126 1900 Census, Rockport Township, Cuyahoga County, OHIO:
Says he immigrated to the U.S. in 1891. His occupation was house painter. 
Hans Aagaard
 
127 World War I draft registration card (Ancestry.com):
Hans AAGAARD, address: c/o Andrew Nielsen R3 Cedar Falls, Grundy Co., Iowa
age 39; date of birth: Nov. 19, 1878
physical description: medium height; slender build, light brown eyes, partly bald hair
if not a citizen of the U.S., of what nation are you a citizen or subject? Denmark
present occupation: Farm Labor for J.O. Johnson, R3, Cedar Falls, Grundy Co., Iowa
nearest relative: Swend AAGAARD, Ringsted, Emmit Co., Iowa
(registered 12 September 1918 in Grundy County, Iowa) 
Hans Aagaard
 
128 World War I draft registration card (Atlantic, Cass County, Iowa): gives his birthplace as Gonsager, Germany

1920 Census, Atlantic Township, Cass County, IOWA: says he immigrated to the U.S. in 1904. 
Hans A. Aagaard
 
129 Hamburg passenger lists (Ancestry.com). 1894, p. 186
New York passenger lists (Ancestry.com); 14 Apr 1894, ship "Dania"

World War I draft registration card (Ancestry.com): gives his birthplace as Auld, Germany

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1920 Census, Hamlin Township, Audubon County, IOWA:
AAGAARD, Hans (head of family); male; white; age 33; married; year of immigration to the U.S.: 1894; birthplace: Sleswig Germany; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark; occupation: Farmer
AAGAARD, Ingar (wife); female; white; age 33; married; birthplace: Iowa; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark
AAGAARD, Sena (daughter); female; white; age 9; birthplace: Iowa
AAGAARD, Marion (son); male; white; age 7; birthplace: Iowa
AAGAARD, Bertha (daughter); female; white; age 3yrs 2months; birthplace: Iowa
AAGAARD, Emmert (son); male; white; age 2months; birthplace: Iowa
CLAUSSEN, Peter (hired man); male; white; age 31; single; year of immigration to the U.S.: 1896; birthplace: Denmark

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Social Security Death Index 
Hans Lauritsen Aagaard
 
130 1900 Census, Fairfield, Grundy County, IOWA:
AAGARD, Hans (head of family); white; male; born Dec 1861; age 38; married 14 years; birthplace: Denmark; father's birthplace; Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark; year of immigration to the U.S.: 1888; naturalized citizen; occupation: Cooper
AAGARD, Elizabeth (wife); white; female; born July 1860; age 39; married 14 years; mother of 4 children (4 still living)*; birthplace: Denmark; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark
AAGARD, Jim (son); white; male; born Oct 1887; age 12; birthplace: Iowa; attending school
AAGARD, Hans (son); white; male; born Oct 1890; age 9; birthplace: Iowa; attending school
AAGARD, Alfred (son); white; male; born Mar 1894; age 6; birthplace: Iowa
WOTEN, Everett (boarder); white; male; born June 1876; age 23; single; birthplace: Iowa; father's birthplace: New York; mother's birthplace: Wisconsin; occupation: School Teacher

*this census says that Elizabeth had borne 4 children, all 4 still living; however, only 3 children were living in the household. Either one child had died young, or she had only 3 children.....it's not likely that a child under age 14 would have already married or left home.

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World War I draft registration card (Ancestry.com):
Hans P. AAGARD, Jr.; age 26; address: 327 Cresent Place, Waterloo, Iowa
date of birth: Oct 3rd, 1890 in Fredsville, Iowa
physical description: tall, slender, blue eyes, light hair, not bald
present occupation: Insurance Agent for Prudential Ins. Co., Waterloo, Iowa
dependents: wife & child
(registered June 5, 1917 in Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa)

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1920 Census, Davenport, Scott County, IOWA

1930 Census, Fairview, Jones County, IOWA

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Social Security Death Index:
Hans AAGAARD, born 3 Oct 1890; died Jan 1966; death residence: Black Hawk County, Iowa; ssn#483-09-3155 (issued in Iowa) 
Hans P. Aagaard
 
131 He said in the 1925 Iowa State Census that his parents were Jens AAGAARD and Marie SMITH.

1900 Census, Fairfield, Grundy County, IOWA:
AAGARD, Hans (head of family); white; male; born Dec 1861; age 38; married 14 years; birthplace: Denmark; father's birthplace; Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark; year of immigration to the U.S.: 1888; naturalized citizen; occupation: Cooper
AAGARD, Elizabeth (wife); white; female; born July 1860; age 39; married 14 years; mother of 4 children (4 still living)*; birthplace: Denmark; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark
AAGARD, Jim (son); white; male; born Oct 1887; age 12; birthplace: Iowa; attending school
AAGARD, Hans (son); white; male; born Oct 1890; age 9; birthplace: Iowa; attending school
AAGARD, Alfred (son); white; male; born Mar 1894; age 6; birthplace: Iowa
WOTEN, Everett (boarder); white; male; born June 1876; age 23; single; birthplace: Iowa; father's birthplace: New York; mother's birthplace: Wisconsin; occupation: School Teacher

*this census says that Elizabeth had borne 4 children, all 4 still living; however, only 3 children were living in the household. Either one child had died young, or she had only 3 children.....it's not likely that a child under age 14 would have already married or left home. 
Hans P. Aagaard
 
132 1900 Census, Worthington, Nobles County, MINNESOTA

children: John Wagner Granbeck, Robert Aagaard Granbeck, Joseph John Granbeck Jr. 
Hazel Caroline Aagaard
 
133 Hamburg passenger lists (Ancestry.com). 1894, p. 186
New York passenger lists (Ancestry.com); 14 Apr 1894, ship "Dania"

World War I draft registration card (Ancestry.com):
Henry Andresen Aagaard, address: Brush, Morgan County, Colorado
age 34; date of birth: Oct. 5, 1883
physical description: tall, medium build, light blue eyes, light brown hair
present occupation: Butter Maker, Brush Co-op Creamery
nearest relative: Clara Aagaard, Brush, Morgan Co., Colorado
(registered Sept. 12, 1918 in Morgan County, Colorado)

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1930 Census, Clay Township, Shelby County, IOWA:
AAGAARD, Henry A. (head of family); male; white; age 46; married; age at first marriage: 23; birthplace: Denmark; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark; year of immigration to the U.S.: 1894; occupation: Farmer
AAGAARD, Clara E. (wife); female; white; age 43; married; age at first marriage: 20; birthplace: Iowa; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark
AAGAARD, Edna R. (daughter); female; white; age 22; single; birthplace: Iowa
AAGAARD, Aage A. (son); male; white; age 19; single; birthplace: Iowa
AAGAARD, Sylvia ?* (daughter); female; white; age 14; birthplace: Iowa
AAGAARD, George M. (son); male; white; age 9; birthplace: Iowa
AAGAARD, Clara L. (daughter); female; white; age 8; birthplace: Iowa

*unable to read Sylvia's middle initial

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gravestones of Elk Horn Cemetery, Shelby County, Iowa (see http://www.iowagravestones.org/gs_view.php?id=112985) 
Hendrick (Henry) Andreasen Aagaard
 
134 Chicago Birth record (Ancestry.com)

World War I draft registration card (Ancestry.com):
Howard Julius AAGAARD, of Chicago, Ill.
date of birth: March 12, 1894 in Chicago
physical description: tall, slender, blue eyes, blond hair
present occupation: Mach?? Engineer
married or single? single
no dependents
(registered 5 June 1917 in Chicago, Illinois) 
Howard Julius Aagaard
 
135 her name appears as Inez in the 1910 census, but her relatives say that her name was Ina Hendrickson Aagaard (see http://andorferroots.com/roots/andorferroots-p/p6.htm#i749). Her mother's maiden name was Henrikson according to the marriage record. Ina Hendrickson Aagaard
 
136 1930 Census, Chicago, Cook County, ILLINOIS Jacqueline Aagaard
 
137 In the 1925 Iowa State Census, Jens Jensen AAGAARD and Hans P. AAGAARD both said that their parents' names were Jens AAGAARD and Marie (Mary) SMITH. He may have been a brother of Rasmus AAGAARD, born about 1840, of Snedsted, Thisted, Denmark. Jens Aagaard
 
138 It is assumed that his first name was Jens, since his three known sons all had the patronymic name "Jensen". Jens Aagaard
 
139 He immigrated to the U.S. in 1901 according to the sources below

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1910 Census, Fairfield Township, Grundy County, IOWA:
AAGGARD, Jens (head of family); male; white; age 33; married 13 years; birthplace: Denmark; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark; year of immigration to the U.S.: 1901; occupation: Farmer
AAGGARD, Anna D. (wife); female; white; age 33; married; mother of 5 children 5 still living); birthplace: Denmark; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark; year of immigration to the U.S.: 1901
AAGGARD, Elisbth K. (daughter); female; white; age 11 birthplace: Denmark
AAGGARD, Ed C. (son); male; white; age 7; birthplace: Iowa
AAGGARD, Carl A. (son); male; white; age 4; birthplace: Iowa
AAGGARD, Agnes M. (daughter); female; white; age 8months; birthplace: Iowa

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World War I draft registration card (Ancestry.com):
Jens Jensen AAGAARD; addresss: Stout, Grundy County, Iowa
age 41; date of birth: Jan 8th, 1877
physical description: medium height, medium build, blue eyes, grey hair
if not a citizen of the U.S., of what nation are you a citizen or subject? Denmark
present occupation: Farming (self-employed)
nearest relative: Dora Aagaard of Stout, Grundy Co., Iowa
(registered Sept. 12, 1918 in Grundy Co., Iowa)

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1925 Iowa State Census, Beaver, Butler County, IOWA: said his parents were Jens AAGAARD and Mary SMITH

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1930 Census, Beaver Township, Butler County, IOWA:
AAGAARD, Jens J. (head of family); male; white; age 53; age at first marriage: 20; birthplace: Denmark; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark; year of immigration to the U.S.: 1901; occupation: Farmer
AAGAARD, Anna D. (wife); female; white; age 53; age at first marriage: 20; birthplace: Denmark; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark; year of immigration to the U.S.: 1901
AAGAARD, Edward C. (son); male; white; age 26; single; birthplace: Iowa
AAGAARD, Carl W. (son); male; white; age 24; single; birthplace: Iowa

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WATERLOO DAILY COURIER (Waterloo, Iowa newspaper), 9 December 1947:
New Hartford -- "Mr. and Mrs. Jens Aagaard will be honored on their golden wedding anniversary Sunday at an open house in the IOOF hall from 2 to 4 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m. The couple's children are making the plans.
Mr. and Mrs. Aagaard have lived in the vicinity of Dike and New Hartford for the past 46 years, coming to this country four years after their marriage in Denmark. They farmed for many years and moved to New Hartford when he served 10 years as town marshal. He retired two years ago.
They have two daughters, Mrs. Leo Krumlinde, Cedar Falls, and Mrs. Harry Norton, New Hartford; two sons, Emil, New Hartford, and Eddie, Eugene, Ore., and five grandchildren."
(photo of Mr. and Mrs. Aagaard included) 
Jens Jensen Aagaard
 
140 In IGI records, his birthplace is listed as Kirke-Stillinge, Soro, Denmark or Stillings, Soro, Denmark (not sure which location is correct). The Danish Emigration Archive shows that Jens Joseph AAGAARD, age 20, registered 4/9/1881 to sail for New York City on the ship "Katie". His occupation was given as "Tyende (m/k land)", his last residence was Hellested, Sorø (Denmark). Remarks in Danish: "SOS: Hellested findes ikke i Sorø amt. Muligvis Hyllested. Evt. Hellested i Præstø A."

Jens Joseph Jensen AAGAARD and his wife had eight children, but only one of them, Alfred Johannes, ever married (Alfred married in 1942, when he was 51 years old). Alfred had no children, so there are no living descendants of this family. They had a large farm in Valley County, Nebraska, and after all of the family had passed away, it was made into the Aagaard Wildlife Refuge. Some of the old farm buildings are still standing.

April & May 1926 newspaper articles, photocopy in possession of Nadine Aagard Keeley:
THE ORD QUIZ, Ord, Nebraska
PIONEER FARMER DIES SUDDENLY
Jens Aagaard Passed On This Morning Following Short Illness. Funeral Sunday.
"We have been so frequently shocked at the passing of beloved pioneers of late that we should become used to it but it was hard to believe the report this Thursday morning that Jens Aagaard was dead. Such is the case however and the funeral will be held at the home at 1 p.m. Sunday and at the Ord M.E. church at 2 p.m.
Mr. Aagaard has been desperately sick since Monday night. A couple of weeks before he walked behind a carload of cattle which they were driving to town and since then he has not been feeling in the very best of health. A little stomach trouble wich heart complications proved more even than his robust constitution could stand.
Mr. Aagaard came to Omaha from Denmark in 1881, was married in Omaha the 16th of July the same year and in 1883 the family came to Valley county taking some land as a homestead and buying more. They proved up on their homestead 80 in 1888 and as the years have passed more land has been bought and paid for. Mr. Aagaard was a thrifty hard working man and has always had wonderful cooperation from his family of fine boys and girls who with the aged mother are now heartbroken at their terrible loss.
Next week we will have a more complete obituary than is possible this week. Sufficeth it to say now, that in the passing of Jens Aagaard many of us have lost a real friend. He was the soul of honor, scrupulously honest, liberal in his benevances. No man in the community could be missed more than will Mr. Aagaard and the sympathy of all goes out to his family."

OBITUARY
"Jens Aagaard was born in Nesly, Sjdland, Denmark on the 19th of March 1861. He departed this life at 5:30 a.m. April 29th, 1926, being at the time of his death 65 years, 1 month and 9 days.
"He was the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Jens Aagaard and grew to young manhood in his native land. There at an early age he received his baptismal vow and publicly confessed Jesus Christ as his Savior through the solemn rite of Confirmation in the Lutheran faith and to which faith he remained loyal.
"In the spring of 1881 he emigrated with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Larsen and family to America locating in Omaha where on July 16 of the same year he was united in marriage to their daughter Miss Marie Petersen. Here they lived for nearly three years, coming from there to Valley county where he took up a homestead and has since then made this his home.
"They lived a happy life together and became parents of eight children, five boys and three girls, all living and all being at his bedside in his last hours.
"He leaves to mourn, his wife, his children Peter, Lina (Sina), Emil, Thorval, Alfred, James, Anna and Valborg. Also a brother and sister in Denmark and a host of friends grieve also over the departure of a straight-forward man.
"Mr. Aagaard was a faithful and loving father and husband.
"The funeral took place Sunday with a short service in the home and it continued in the M.E. church, the main room of which was filled to the limit. Rev. J. Magnussen, his pastor, officiated, assisted by Rev. H. Hansen. The first had as his theme 'Beautiful Mansions and the dead.'
"The remains were laid to rest in the Ord cemetery till the morning of the resurrection.
"Blessed be his memories."

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1900 Census, Valley County, NEBRASKA
1910 Census, Noble, Valley County, NEBRASKA
1920 Census, Valley County, NEBRASKA 
Jens Joseph Jensen Aagaard
 
141 Passenger list for the ship "Silesia", which sailed from Hamburg, Germany and arrived in New York 11 Oct 1884

1900 Census, Lansingburgh, Rensselaer County, NEW YORK:
AAGAARD, Jep K. (head of family); white; male; born Sep 1872; age 27; married 2 years; birthplace: Denmark; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark; year of immigration to the U.S.: 1883; occupation: Farmer
AAGAARD, Cathrina M. (wife); white; female; born Jan 1880; age 20; married 2 years; mother of 2 children (1 still living); birthplace: Denmark; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark; year of immigration to the U.S.: 1896
AAGAARD, Einir A. (son); white; male; born March 1900; age 2months; birthplace: New York 
Jeppe K. Aagaard
 
142 Jeppe AAGAARDT, age 53, farmer, arrived in New York on the ship "Rhaetia" on 21 Mar 1884. Circumstantial evidence shows that he was the husband of Elise and father of her children who immigrated in October of that same year. Jeppe's son Lauritz and family immigrated later, in 1885.

An IGI record shows Jeppe Kruse AAGAARD born 29 Mar 1830 christened 7 Apr 1830 in Oksenvad, Haderslev, Denmark, son of Klemen Kjeldsen Aagaard and Helena Maria Kruse.

New York records show that at least one of Jeppe's sons also had the middle name KRUSE. 
Jeppe Kruse Aagaard
 
143 christening records for his four daughters give his name as Jochum Hansen, but I have theorized that "Aagaard" was also part of his name because it was the surname of all of his daughters. Jochum Hansen Aagaard
 
144 According to some researchers, he also had a daughter named Anne Marie Magdalene Aagaard, born 1794 in Kolding, Vejle, Denmark, married Christopher Seeberg in 1823 in Tønsberg, Vestfold, Norway, died 1877 in Tønsberg, Vestfold, Norway. I don't know whether this is correct. It seems unlikely that only one member of Johannes' family would have moved to Norway. Johannes Aagaard
 
145 World War I draft registration card (Ancestry.com):
John AAGAARD; of Stockton State Hospital, Cal.;
age 36; date of birth: 1882
physical description: short, medium build, brown eyes, black hair
present occupation: Inmate at Stockton State Hospital
(registered Sept. 12, 1918 at Stockton, California)

1920 Census, Stockton, San Joaquin County, CALIFORNIA:
STOCKTON STATE HOSPITAL
AAGART, John (inmate); male; white; age 36; marital status: unknown; year of immigration to the U.S.: 1909; birthplace: Denmark; father's birthplace: Denmark; mother's birthplace: Denmark; occupation: none 
John Aagaard
 
146 Hamburg passenger lists (Ancestry.com). 1894, p. 186
New York passenger lists (Ancestry.com); 14 Apr 1894, ship "Dania"

1910 Census, Hamlin Township, Audubon County, IOWA
1920 Census, Hamlin Township, Audubon County, IOWA
(no children)

World War I draft registration card (Ancestry.com):
George Andrew Aagard; address: 5 Exira(?), Audubon County, Iowa
age 37; date of birth: April 3, 1881
physical description: tall, medium build, blue eyes, dark hair
present occupation: Farmer (self-employed)
nearest relative: Marie Aagard (wife)
(registered Sept. 12, 1918 in Audubon County, Iowa)

Social Security Death Index 
Jorgen (George) Andrew Aagaard
 
147 Passenger list for the ship "Silesia", which sailed from Hamburg, Germany and arrived in New York 11 Oct 1884: his name looks like "Datinus" on this list, but is difficult to read. He was listed as Joseph in the 1900 census. Joseph Aagaard
 
148 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
149 1900 Census, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois Julius Aagaard
 
150 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 

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