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Anderson, Anna Charlotta

Anderson, Anna Charlotta

weiblich 1852 - 1938  (85 Jahre)

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  • Name Anderson, Anna Charlotta 
    Geburt 23 Sep 1852  Lundberg Socken,, Kalmar Län, Schweden Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort  [1
    Geschlecht weiblich 
    Tod 28 Jul 1938  Oakland, Burt County, Nebraska, USA Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort  [1
    Beerdigung 31 Jul 1938  Westside Cemetery, Oakland, Burt County, Nebraska, USA Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort  [1
    Personen-Kennung I106538  Zimbelmann
    Zuletzt bearbeitet am 6 Apr 2014 

    Familie Erikson, Erik Edward,   geb. 23 Okt 1846, Linköping, Linköping, Östergötlands län, Schweden Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ortgest. 6 Dez 1932, Oakland, Burt County, Nebraska, USA Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort (Alter 86 Jahre) 
    Familien-Kennung F33493  Familienblatt  |  Familientafel

  • Ereignis-Karte
    Link zu Google MapsTod - 28 Jul 1938 - Oakland, Burt County, Nebraska, USA Link zu Google Earth
    Link zu Google MapsBeerdigung - 31 Jul 1938 - Westside Cemetery, Oakland, Burt County, Nebraska, USA Link zu Google Earth
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  • Fotos
    Anna Charlotte Anderson - 1897
    Anna Charlotte Anderson - 1897
    Anna Charlotte Anderson - 1897

  • Notizen 
    • www.findagrave.com:
      Mrs Annie Charlotta Ericson, nee Anderson was born in Lundberg socken, Kalmar län, Sweden, Sept 23, 1852 and passed away peacefully in her home in Oakland July 28, 1938, at the age of 85 years, 10 months and 5 days. Her childhood days were spent in Sweden, but in 1868, at the age of 16, she came with her parents to America. For seven years they lived in Henry Co., Ill., and then six years in Jasper Co., Iowa. Jan 25, 1875 she was united in marriage to Edward Ericson, and in 1881 they moved to Nebraska. The first year out here they lived in the Salem community, and from there they moved to their own farm, the place where their son Oliver now resides. Many years later they moved to another farm across the road, where they remained until 1905, when it was time for them to retire, when they did, moving into town, where their home has been ever since. Mr Ericson passed away suddenly, Dec 6, 1932 and it was not long after his departure that Mrs Ericson last her health and vigor.
      To them were born five sons, all present today, Bert of Lyons, Oliver of Oakland, Fred of Lincoln, George of Omaha and Roy of Oakland. She is also survived by six grandchildren, one sister, Mrs Minnie Johnson of Oakland, two brothers, John R Anderson of Spooner, Wis., and Gust E Anderson of Vetal, S. D. and other relatives.
      Mrs Ericson transferring her membership to the West Side church when they moved here. Both she and her husband were faithful and active members of the church until the end. I have been told of her willingness to take part in the church work in earlier years when she still was strong and healthy. That willingness she did show also in her later years, when we used to have meetings with our aged members in town. If nobody else could open their home for a meeting, she was always willing and ready. Her trust in God was sweet and sure. When her memory became muddled, when she could no longer recognize even her dear ones, she always knew her pastor, and many a time she expressed her joy in the Master, when I read the word to her and we prayed together. Lately she was tired and wanted to go home to see her Savior, who had become so dear to her heart. Tuesday evening she went into a coma, from which she did not rally. the spirit was on its homeward way, and she would not be disturbed. On Thursday morning the last step was taken, the worn out, broken tabernacle was left, and the soul took its flight to eternal realms of beauty and peace. she had suffered a long time and rest was well earned. during her sickness she has been tenderly cared for by her nurse who has been very kind and good to her.
      To me and my family Mr and Mrs Ericson were very dear friends, never wavering, always true and kind. I am deeply thankful for that friendship, and I do count it among the riches of my life.
      And our church has lost one more of those fine, faithful members who are becoming so few. In a little more than a year five old ladies of our church have heard the call from the Master. May our dear friend rest in peace and receive the glorious crown, promised God's children. Any may the heavenly Father console and bless you children and grandchildren and all who stood near to her. There is a meeting again on the other side.
      Funeral services were held from the home and from the West Side Methodist church on Sunday, July 31, many friends having gathered to bid farewell to the old pilgrim. Beautiful flowers spoke of friendship and love. The West Side Quartette, Mrs L Stromberg, Miss Minerva Henry, Edward Nelson and Vernor Anderson, sang both in church and at the cemetery and Eleroy Stromberg gave a Swedish solo. The pastor preached the sermon and so the remains were taken away and laid to rest

  • Quellen 
    1. [S170] Findagrave.com, (findagrave.com).