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Gustaf Daniel Saterberg, 6 South 43 West

Because of Duncan's service as a private in Gideon's Company, Georgia Militia, Cherokee Removal, his warrant was assigned to Gustaf Daniel Saterberg, who claimed a quarter in 24, 6 South, 43W in 1891.

One tree said Duncan was born in Scotland 1848, dying in 1838 His son Rodrick 1799-1860 is burid in Winston-Salem, NC. # 40439648.
The following is a list of the payroll of Capt. Berry W Gideon's Company of Mounted Volunteers organized under the act of the General Assembly of the State of Georgia, assented to the 26 day of December 1837 for the protection of the Cherokee and Creek Indians from the 15th of Jan. 1838 to June 1838 and ordered into service of the State by Colonel Samuel Stewart by order of the Governor of the State of Georgia: Berry W Gideon, Capt
James M Hamilton, 1st Lt - William Pearson, 2nd Lt - Johon H Miller, 1st Sgt - Joseph T Hamilton, 2nd Sgt - William B Lowry, 3rd Sgt - Jonathan Long, 4th Sgt - Lemuel Howard, 1st Cpl - Lorenzo D Jones, 2nd Cpl - M F Gathright, 3rd Cpl - Patrick Moore, 4th Cpl - W Terry, Ensign - ......
Privates...
Murkeson , Duncan ...

It's possible that Gustaf never lived in Kit Carson County.
Gustaf married Huldah Lindahl February 1, 1896, recorded in Denver.

In 1900 Denver, Gust Saterberg is a fireman in a smelter, born Sept 1869, Hulde Oct 1873 Sweden, with Alfred G. May 1897 and Walter H. Dec 1899 , both Colorado.

In 1910 Denver, Gustaf Saterberg is a laborer in a smelter, 41, with Hulda 33 Sweden, married 14 years. She's had five kids, three living - Evaline 8, Herbert 5, and Stanton 3 all born in Colorado. Two of their children might be the Herman W. Saterberg dying Dec 26, 1901, and "Guastf Saterberg" dying January 23, 1907, both interred at Riverside.

In 1920 Denver, Gust is a laborer in a rock mill. They have Evelyn H. 17, Herbert H. 15, and Stanley H. 12.
Hulda 1873-1928 is buried in Crown Hill # 88240319. August 3, 1928 "Deceased - Mrs. Hulda Saterberg, 4447 Inca St."

In 1930 Denver, Gust is a mechanic, 61, widowed, living with daughter Evelyn 25, her husband Carl G. Berglund 30, and Carl Jr. 6.
In 1932 Denver, Gustaf is a bench hand for G-D Co, livin g at 3420 W. 30th ave.
When Gustaf Satterberg arrived in New York from Gothenburg in 1937, he said he lived at 3420 W. 30th in Denver, and held a Certificat of Naturalization at District Court in Denver September 26, 1906.
Gustaf 1868-1948 is buried in Crown Hill # 88240318.
EVELYN
Evelyn Hulda Saterberg was born in Colorado March 18, 1902 to Gustaf D. Saterberg and Hulda Lindahl.
Evelyn married Carl Berglund Sept 2, 1922, recorded in Denver.

HERBERT
Herbert Axel Saterberg was born Oct 17, 1904 to Gustaf Daniel Saterbrg and Hulda Matila Lindahl>
Herbert A. Saterberg married Ethel Mae Cunningham Dec 1, 1928, recorded in Denver.

In 1930 Denver, Herbert is 24, an accountant for the telephone company, with Ethel M. 24, both born in Colorado.
In 1932 Denver, Herbert is a draftsman for the phone company, and they live at 945 Harrison.
In 1945 Herbert (USN) and Ethel M. live at 6o34 S. Race.

Herbert 1904-1958 is buried in Crown Hill # 88240322.
Ethel Saterberg is also buried there 1906-1979.
Their son Charles Herbert Satergerg 1932-1993 is buried in Fort Logan # 3370061.

In 1945 Denver, Mrs. Wanda Saterberg lives at 1635 Court.

STANLEY
In 1930 Stanley is an accountant for the railroad, single, 23, born in Colorado.
In 1935 Stanley, married to a Hubbard in 1930, is 28, born in Denver, is living in Beadle County, South Dakota.
In 1938 Huron, South Dakota, Stanley is an office manager for Travelers Ins. Co, living with Wanda J. at 862 Frank Ave SE.
Wanda J. Saterberg 1904-1985 is buried in Morrison Colorado # 53915222.
Their son Ward 1934-2006 is buried in Morrison, # 53915223. One tree said Ward's wife was Phyllis Kay Ross 1940-2006. FindaGrave # 53915224 has her buried in Morrison, under the name "Satterberg".

"Stanley H. Saterberg, Jr., 79, passed away Saturday, July 2, 2011, at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital. Born September 30, 1931 in Omaha, Neb., he had lived locally for the past 35 years. Stan was a Management Recruiter for more than 30 years, and worked for Management Recruiters prior to establishing his own company, Saterberg and Associates. Stan was an avid bowler, a sport he enjoyed along with his late wife, Carol. He took many relaxing trips to Reno and loved reading. Stan is survived by his children, Roger (Ghea) Saterberg of South Carolina, Allen (Kimm) Saterberg of Arvada, Colo. and Donna Saterberg of Denver, Colo.; his step-children, Ron (Tina) Beitz of Leveen, Ariz. and Jodi (Don) Burge of Salinas; his sister-in-law, Jan Ziessow of Carmel; his grandchildren, Brittany Burge, Nicole (Jeremy) Conny and Dionne and Ian Saterberg and three great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Carol, in 2004. At his request, no services will be held. "

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