Anton Marius Andersen (March 8, 1847 - October 23, 1941) was an American Lutheran minister and the founding President of Trinity Seminary at Dana College.
Carl Christian Amussen (May 20, 1825-October 29, 1902), also referred to as Carl Christian Asmussen, and with Carl at times spelled Karl, was Utah's first jeweler.
Chris Madsen (February 25, 1851 – January 9, 1944) was a lawman of the Old West who is best known as being one of The Three Guardsmen, the name given to Madsen and two other Deputy US Marshals who were responsible for the apprehension and/or killing of several outlaws of that era. The Three Guardsmen consisted of Madsen, Bill Tilghman, and Heck Thomas.
Christian Daniel Fjelsted (also known as Fjeldsted) (20 February 1829 – 23 December 1905) was a general authority of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) from 1884 to his death. Fjelsted was one of the first Scandinavian converts to Mormonism and was a prominent Mormon missionary to his home country of Denmark and the other Scandinavian countries.
Hans Christian Febiger (or Fibiger) (October 19, 1749 in Fåborg Denmark - September 20, 1796 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania) was an American Revolutionary War commander, confidante of General George Washington and an original member of the Society of the Cincinnati. Known by the moniker "Old Denmark", Febiger also served as Treasurer of Pennsylvania from November 13, 1789 until his death nearly seven years later.
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