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68-71 Lower power plant_small.jpg
Home of Martin & Ane Christiansen (#68 on the 1958 Highland map)

Martin Sidney Louis and Ane Hedvig Johnsen Christiansen:  The Christiansens moved to Highland in 1918 from Olmstead, Utah, where he worked at the power plant and did the same while living in Highland (#68 on the 1958 Highland map) and later while living in Pleasant Grove.  Martin was born October 13, 1884, in Pleasant Grove, Utah, to Carl Fredrick Wilhelm and Maria Mary Fredrickson Anderson Christiansen.  Ane was born December 29, 1884, in Aarhus, Denmark, to John Guldbran and Ane Marie Dorthea Johnsen. 
Martin served a mission to Sweden from November, 1908, to January, 1911, having been set apart for the work by Heber J. Grant.  He married Ane June 24, 1914, in the Salt Lake Temple.  They had at least four children:  Louise, Edna, John Martin and Mary.    Martin died April 18, 1964, in American Fork and Ane died April 7, 1970, in Orem. They are buried in the Pleasant Grove City Cemetery. [Find a Grave]  [Names in Stone]

Source: HIGHLAND HISTORY: A compilation by Charles T Greenland II for the Highland Historical Society

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