Christin cash-claimed a quarter in 3, 6N 50W in 1890.
Also in 1890, Christen Mortensen cash-claimed a quarter in 13, 7N 46W (Phillips County, about thirty miles east).
Also in 1890, Christopher Mortensen cash-claimed a quarter in 26, 2S 56W (Washington County, about fifty miles southwest).
Possible: In 1900 Teller County Christian Mortensen is a lodger, day laborer, born May 1860 in Denmark, immigrating 1888.
Christian Mortenson in 1920 Denver, in a boarding house, 60, born in Denmark, immigrating 1890, naturalized 1899.
Christ Mortinsen in 1930 Lyons Colorado, 74, no occupation , single, born in Denmark.
In 1937 Oregon, Mrs. Mary Kristine (Mortensen) Bertelsen born in 1878 in Denmark, had a brother Chris Mortensen of Junction City (Oregon?) and John Mortensen of Nebraska, sister Mrs. Julia Bertelsen of Loveland.
In 1941 Julia died, and Christ Mortensen of Junction City was a survivor.
ANOTHER POSSIBLE -
In 1900 Omaha, Christ Mortensen was a delegate to the Republican county convention - a senatorial contest.
Christine "Mortisen" 22, married Richard Weaver in Omaha July 1905.
In 1920 Omaha, Chris Mortensen, 67 immigrating in 1881, naturalized in 1889, and his wife Dorothy, 62 are living with daughter Chrisitina WWeaver 36, immigrating in 1883, and her husband Richard Weaver 42.
Christ 1851-1927 and Dora 1855-1933 are buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Omaha.
In 1920 Omaha, Chris Mortensen, 49, is a laborer in a packing house - this one immigrated with his brother Martin in 1902.
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