Jane Ellouise (Anderson) Major Laukkonen (1924 - 2011)
26 Aug 1924
La Center, Clark, Washington, United States
9 Sep 2011
Seattle, King, Washington, United States
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When Jane Ellouise (Anderson) Major Laukkonen was born on August 26, 1924, in La Center, Washington, her father,
Ernest, was 28, and her mother, Marjorie, was 23.
At the age of 17, Jane was living in Mount Solo, Washington when the United States declared war on Japan on 8 Dec 1941.
Ernest passed away on August 5, 1942, in Longview, Washington, at the age of 46. He was gored to death by a bull on their farm. Jane was 17 at the time.
Lawrence Phillip Major, Sr. at the age of 20 and divorced him on May 27th 1945. They had one son together.
She then married
Charles John Laukkonen in Longview, Washington on March 17, 1949 when she was 24 years old. They had two children together.
She lived in Seattle, King Co., Washington from 1951 until her passing.
She died on September 9, 2011 (3 days after her oldest son passed away), in Seattle, Washington, at the age of 87.
1930 U.S. Federal Census. She is actually listed as James (and male), haha. Census takers did not care, as long as the count was right!
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