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Edith Linman - (1893 - 1917)

FUNERAL OF MRS. FRANK LINQUIST



One of the Largest Attended Funerals Held Near Arthur Sunday When Mrs. Linquist is Buried
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Deceased Born Near Kiron
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Grew to Womanhood in That Vicinity, but Her Married Life Was Spent in Ida County
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(1917)
The funeral of Mrs. Frank Linquist, which took place in Ida county near Arthur on Sunday afternoon, was attended by many of her former associates and friends from Kiron. Mrs. Linquist was the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Linman, former pioneer residents of near Kiron. Edith Linman was born on the old homestead two miles east of Kiron on Nov. 3, 1893, and grew up to be a fine young lady in this locality and moved with the family several years ago into Ida county where her parents now reside. She was joined in marriage to Frank Linquist Jan 11, 1917. Shortly after her marriage her health began to fail and upon the advice of her doctor that she must seek a change of climate for the benefit of her health, together with her husband they decided to locate in Colorado at Greeley, where their home was made during the remaining months of her life. While temporary relief in her health was noticed the Divine plan had chosen otherwise and on September 25th she was summoned by the angel of death to change this earthly home and clime for the celestial abode from which borders all diseases and sickness and sufferings are forever banished, and where perfect health is eternally enjoyed in that indescribable, unchangeable climate and home. Her remains were conveyed to the old home to be laid at rest in the family lot in the Arthur cemetery. The funeral took place Sunday afternoon, the services being conducted from the Free Mission church by the pastor, Rev. E. Moolund, and Rev. Irvin Johnson, of Holdredge, Neb., the latter preaching the funeral sermon. A very large gathering of friends and neighbors was in attendance. In the year 1911 she became converted and shortly afterwards was immersed in baptism and joined the Free Mission church in which she was a respected, esteemed and active member, taking part in all services that she could. Her quiet, consistent Christian life was very exemplary. Her character and winning ways won her a large circle of warm and lasting friends who now are saddened and mourning her death, together with her stricken husband, father and mother and four brothers, and other relatives,. At her death she had attained the age of 23 years, 10 months and 22 days. While she has bid good-bye to loved one and friends and will no more mingle with us, she is not forgotten and her memory will long linger with us.



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