The Mussell Family Tree:
William Levi Mussell - Susie Lillian Hansen

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Levi and Susie's Story:

William Mussell and Jemima Mussell had 15 children. William Levi Mussell (known as "Levi") was their twelfth child.

Levi abandoned his family (after 1915?) He was a traveling salesman who never returned. The family moved from Canada to Watertown, South Dakota, where they eked out an existence, without their father, according to family oral history. We believe William Levi Mussell died in Chicago, Illinois, info not yet confirmed.

The birth certificate of Levi's son Loren says he was born in Wahpeton, North Dakota, but family tradition says he was actually born in Canada and his mother "lost" the original birth certificate and obtained a new one stating he was born in South Dakota so he could get work as an American citizen. Loren moved to Santa Maria, California in the early 1920s.

We have no information about the other siblings.

BASIC INFORMATION
ID # NAME MARRIAGE INFO SPOUSE INFO
I.a.12.William Levi Mussell
B: 1862
D: 1933?, in Chicago, Illinois
Buried in Watertown, South Dakota
Married 1902Susie Lillian Hansen

THE CHILDREN OF WILLIAM LEVI MUSSELL AND SUSIE LILLIAN HANSEN MUSSELL:

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ID # CHILDREN MARRIAGE INFO SPOUSE INFO
I.a.12.aLoren H. Mussell
B: Nov 25,1903, Wahpeton, N Dakota
D: 1969
   
I.a.12.b.Elwin Elbert Mussell
B: 1905
D: May 1980, Santa Maria, California
Marriage info unknownBarbara ___
No other info
I.a.12.c.Myron Howard Mussell
B: 1907
D: 1952
 No other info
I.a.12.d.Wilbur James
B: 1912
D: 1969
 No other info
 Verna Annette Mussell
B:1915
D: 1927
 No other info
       

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Information Last Updated: 1/14/2006.


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