House 1895-96 (District 30); House 1899-1900 (District 39)
Party when first elected: Republican
Date of Birth:
Morby, Stora Mellosa, Narke/Nerike
Date of Death:
Reported Minority: None Reported
City of Residence (when first elected):
Occupation (when first elected):
General Manager, Swedish Baptist Publishing Society/Editor; The Missions Bladet, Official Organ of Swedish Baptists
Trade Lake Common Schools, Wisconsin; At Least Elementary School;
Baptist Theological Seminary, Chicago, Illinois; Postsecondary; 3 years, entered in 1876, Graduated around 1879
Baptist Union Theological Seminary; Postsecondary; American Department, 1 year
OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICE
Minnesota State Historical Society (Member);
1??? to 19??
Minnesota Railroad and Warehouse Commission (Deputy State Grain Weigher);
1900 to 1930
Hulda Johnson (she died in September 1918); Alma Akerberg (she died in 1943)
Five children: Hazel, and Mrs. F.O. Young (daughters); Louis John Jr., Daniel L., and Ralph J. (sons)
Family Members Who Have Served in the Minnesota Legislature:
He came to Marine, Minnesota in the spring of 1868, with his parents. He moved to a homestead in Trade Lake Township, Burnett County, Wisconsin in 1869, with his parents.
He was a charter member of the Minnehaha Baptist Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
He died at the home of his daughter in St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin and was buried at Hillside Cemetery.
Religion and death location provided by a researcher.