Anna M. (1859 - 1924)
Surnames: SWANSON LINDBERG
----Source: ABBOTSFORD TRIBUNE (Abbotsford, Wis.) 10/02/1924
Lindberg, Anna M. (9 JAN 1859 - 26 SEP 1924)
Silently and peacefully the Angel of Death came into our midst Friday noon, Sept. 26, 1924 and took unto its own the spirit of our departed. Suddenly, but not unexpected, the blow fell. Children, Nephew and friends bow in silent tribute to her, who so gallantly piloted her frail bark over life’s stormy seas, with God’s hand gently guiding into that haven of rest on eternity’s shore. In revivified respect we stand at her bier and say again the age-old words, " A Life Truly Sacrifced for Loved Ones, A Life Not Lived In Vain." There is comfort in our turmoil of feelings, the thought, "We Shall Be With Her Again."
Anna Margaret Swanson was born near Stenstorp, Sweden, Jan. 9, 1859 and came to Abbotsford, Wis. 42 years ago, where she was married to William J. Lindberg the same summer, and who preceded her in death 28 years ago. The first two years were spent living in town, then settling out on the farm, her home for forty years. She leaves to mourn her loss two sisters, Josephine, who made her home with her; Albertina in Sweden; and five children, John, Otto Albin and Celia of Abbotsford and Cary of Los Angeles, Cal.
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