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NELSON, Tilda (1861-1930)


Posted By: Karon Velau (email)
Date: 8/21/2020 at 16:51:22

Tilda Nelson
(June 28, 1861 – January 21, 1930)

Ida County Pioneer Record, Ida Grove, Iowa, Thurs., Jan 23, 1930, p.1
Fall Fatal to Mrs. Charles Nelson
Funeral Services to be Held at Church of God Thursday Afternoon
Many Ida Grove people were saddened this week to learn of the death of Mrs. Charles Nelson, which occurred at 10:45 a.m. Tuesday morning, January 21, at St. Vincent’s hospital, Sioux city, where she had been removed after sustaining a serious fall last Wednesday, January 15. In this fall, her hip bone was crushed and owing to her years, it was impossible to perform an operation. A few days after the injury, she sank into a stupor and remained in that condition until death came as a relief.
Tilda Johnson was born June 28, 1861 in Skrane, Sweden and lived to the age of 68 years, 6 months and 23 days. She came to America at the age of sixteen years. She was married to Charles Nelson, September 17, 1880. Her husband preceded her in death June 14, 1928. To their union ten children were born, nine of whom survive their parents, G. A. Nelson of California; Phena Sergerstrom of Arthur; Anna Oliver of Ida Grove, Hilda Dow of Logan, Marie Johnson of Webster, S. D., Alma Trulock, Charles Johnson Jr., Vida Trulock, Carrie Martin, all of Sioux City. There are twenty-five grandchildren and two great grand children. There is one sister in Sweden, another sister, Mrs. Charles Johnson having died about two years ago. There are numerous nephews, nieces and other relatives.
Mrs. Nelson was a member of Maple Chapter, Order Eastern Star, of Ida Grove, Rebeckah Lodge and of the past Noble Grand club. She belonged to the Swedish Luther Church of Webster, S. D. Mrs. Nelson will be greatly missed by the members of her family. During her residence in Ida Grove she was a familiar figure in lodge circles and for several years she and her sister, now deceased, frequently catered for social functions given by the various Masonic and Odd Fellow bodies. Mrs. Nelson’s remains were brought to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver in Ida Grove Wednesday evening. Short funeral services will be held at the Oliver home on Thursday at one o’clock, followed by public exercises at the Church of God at one-thirty, in charge of Rev. Raymond Jinkerson. The pall bearers are the same men who officiated for her husband: Ed Hoffman, A. H. Sheldon, P.O. Potter, Frank Pautz, John Aiken and F. H. Baker.


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