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  • ID: I11375
  • _UID: 5F4A8387ED91403F96A6EAF5B1F03684265C
  • Name: Oscar William HOGQUIST
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 24 OCT 1895 in Wyandotte Township, Red Lake (now Pennington) County, Minnesota
  • Note: Census lists birth year as 1894; all other records as 1895
  • Death: 1 JUN 1960 in Smiley Township, Pennington County, Minnesota
  • Note: Highway 59, south of Thief River Falls
  • Burial: 8 JUN 1960 St. Pauli Cemetery, Thief River Falls, Minnesota
  • Note: funeral services on 6 June 1960 at Zion Lutheran Church
  • Note:

    WWI Draft Registration: Oscar Wilhelm Hogquist, born 10/24/1895 in River Falls Township. Working as a farmer for himself; single; short height; medium build; blue eyes; light brown hair.

    1920 Census: River Falls Township, Pennington County, Minnesota: Johanso [sic] as head of household, 26, single and brother, Oscar, 24, single.

    1930 Census: Thief River Falls, Pennington County, Minnesota: Oscar Hagquist [sic] (34, MN); Myrtle (24, MN)

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    TRF Times: 2 June 1960

    3 County People Die in Collision
    Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hogquist and Son Killed Near City

    A Pennington county farm family was wiped out with appalling swiftness late Wednesday afternoon in the head-on collision of their car with an automobile transport tractor-trailer rig about five miles southeast of the city on U.S. 59.

    killed instantly in the crash were Oscar Hogquist, about 65; his wife, Myrtle, 56; and their adopted son, Loren, 27. They were returning to their home about eight miles southeast of the city about 5 p.m. Wednesday when their car and a McKee car transport form St. Paul, driven by Lawrence Golden of St. Paul, collided about a half mile north of the Hazel cut-off. The accident occurred on a straight stretch of road under conditions of perfect visibility.

    According to the physician attending Golden, he suffered a fractured knee-cap and fractured vertebrae, cuts and abrasions. He was hospitalized here and underwent surgery last night. The nature of the back injury suffered by Golden was not classified as serious by the doctor.

    Exact cause of the crash is as yet undetermined. The case is still under investigation by the highway patrol and Golden is being questioned this morning, but no information was available shortly before press time.

    The impact drove the hood and engine of the tractor into the interior of the car almost to the [illegible] of the front seat, pinning Hogquist in the wreckage. Mrs. Hogquist and Loren were thrown clear, both considerably mutilated by the impact.

    Hogquist?s body was so badly jammed into the wreckage the twisted metal had to be cut apart before he could be removed. A large crowd quickly gathered to view the gruesome proceedings but traffic was kept flowing smoothly by the crash scene by city and county law enforcement officers who were sent to the crash to help the highway patrol.

    Hogquist is survived by a brother, John, rural Thief River Falls. Mrs. Hogquist is survived by two brothers, Henry and Alvin Dahl, of this city; and by two sisters living elsewhere, while Loren is survived by a brother and sister, whose names were not available [Vernon and Adeline].

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    TRF Times: June 1960

    Rites are Pending for Three Victims of Fatal Accident
    Services for Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hogquist and Son to be Held at Zion Church

    Join funeral services are pending for Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hogquist and son, Loren. The bodies will lie in state at Green Funeral home from Monday evening through Tuesday evening. Green funeral home is in charge of arrangements.

    The Hogquist family met sudden death in a car and truck accident Wednesday, June 1, on Highway 59 south of the city.

    Mr. Hogquist was born October 24, 1895 in Wyandotte township where he attended school and grew to manhood. in 1930 he was united in marriage to Myrtle Dahl at Red Lake Falls and moved to Thief River Falls, where they operated a dry cleaning and tailor shop until 1947 when they moved to a farm in Smiley township where they have since resided. He is survived by one brother, John, and a half brother, Andrew Hanson, both of this city. He was preceded in death by his parents, there brothers, and one sister....
  • Change Date: 22 APR 2008



    Father: Hans HOGQUIST b: 22 JAN 1851 in Sweden
    Mother: Sarah HALVORSON b: 24 SEP 1861 in Norway

    Marriage 1 Myrtle S. DAHL b: 13 MAY 1903 in Smiley Township, Pennington County, Minnesota
    • Married: 1930 in Red Lake Falls, Red Lake County, Minnesota
    Children
    1. Has No Children Loren Wilfred HOGQUIST b: 10 MAR 1933 in Benson, Swift County, Minnesota
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