This memorial to Ole O. and Anne Enestvedt and their children is near the location of the log and dugout home of these Norwegian immigrants. This pioneer family staked their homestead claim in the spring of 1867, shortly after the "Indian uprising". Ole and Anne raised the following 9 children on this farm still in the family name: Blessed Be Their Memory
· O.O. Jr., farmer, historian, author and poet.
· Jorgine, Lutheran missionary and teacher, Teller, Alaska.
· Sophia, chiropractor in Sacred Heart, Minn. and Chicago, Ill.
· Christian, grocer, grain buyer and banker in Belview, Minn.
· Theodore, farmer, organizer of cooperatives, land bank director, civic and community leader.
· Anna, teacher, married G.H. Kravik, inventor and manufacturer of grinding wheels, Everett, Wash.
· Engebret, corn breeder, progressive political organizer and writer.
· John, farmer, chiropractor, athlete & mechanic.
· Louise, teacher, Eng. and Norwegian languages.
Dedicated by Their Heirs on the 100th Anniversary
1867 — 1967