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Josephine A. Oversten Liljenberg 1840-1909

LILJENBERG, LILZENBERG, OVERSTEN, PAUGH, VAHLDICK, VAHLDEICK

Posted By: Merllene Andre Bendixen (email)
Date: 7/23/2013 at 00:17:51

O.N. Young and E.B. Paugh returned from Jefferson this morning and bore the sad news that Mrs. J.S. Paugh’s mother died last evening. The remains will arrive here tomorrow morning and interment will be made in the High Lake cemetery. – Ringsted (Vindicator and Republican, Estherville, IA, April 7, 1909)

O.N. Young and E.B. Paugh returned from Jefferson, Thursday with the remains of Mrs. John Paugh’s mother. Mrs. E.C. Vahldick accompanied them. The funeral was held at the Hoprig church on Friday and burial made in High Lake cemetery. (Graettinger Times, Graettinger, IA, April 8, 1909)

The sad news was received by Mrs. Vahldieck that Mrs. Lilzenberg [Liljenberg] had passed away at her home near Jefferson, Greene county, Wednesday morning. The body was brought to Ringsted Friday morning and services held in the Hoprig church at 12:30, conducted by Rev. Whitteman, after which the body was taken to High Lake cemetery and laid in the family lot beside departed loved ones. The remains were accompanied here by the daughters, Mrs. Vahldeick and Mrs. John Paugh, Mr. Paugh and two children. The church was nicely decorated with flowers, and friends came from near and far to show the respect felt, and to extend sympathy. (Estherville Enterprise, Estherville, IA, April 14, 1909)


 

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