Verner Valdemar Koski

27 August 1921–24 December 1985 (Age 64)
Rantsila, Oulu, Finland

The Life of Verner Valdemar

When Verner Valdemar Koski was born on 27 August 1921, in Rantsila, Oulu, Finland, his father, Johan Koski, was 38 and his mother, Hilda Kaisa Ala- Suutari, was 35. He died on 24 December 1985, in Vihanti, Oulu, Finland, at the age of 64, and was buried in Vihanti, Oulu, Finland.

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Family Time Line

Johan Koski
Hilda Kaisa Ala- Suutari
Hellin Katariina Koski
Veikko Johannes Koski
Sulo Ilmari Koski
Viljo Armas Koski
Verner Valdemar Koski
Rauha Annikki Koski
Arvo Kalevi Koski
Toini Tellervo Koski
Kerttu Ilona Koski

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World Events (4)


Age 18

World War II. Outbreak of World War II. Finland declares its neutrality. In November the Soviet Union invades. The Winter War begins.

Age 19

Finland forced to concede to Soviet Union. Treaty of Moscow gave 10% of Finnish territory to Soviet Union.

Age 34

Finland joins United Nations and Nordic Council.

Name Meaning

1 Finnish: ornamental name from koski ‘waterfall’, ‘rapids’. This was one of the many words denoting natural features that were used in the formation of Finnish surnames during the name conversion movement in the 19th and early 20th centuries. In the U.S. this is sometimes a shortened form of other Finnish surnames formed with this element, e.g. Kalliokoski, Ylikoski.2 Polish: habitational name from any of several places called Koski, named with kos ‘blackbird’.

Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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