Mrs. Anna Greta Lundell Lindskoog
- (1855 - 1943) gone to her reward -- Kiron News clipping
Mrs. Anna Greta Lindskoog was born 8 July 1855, in Vestergotland,
Sweden. Together with her parents she came to this country in
1869 and settled in Princeton, Ill. On 29 May 1877 she was united
in marriage to Per August Lindskoog in Chicago, Ill, where they
resided until 1882 when they moved to Iowa to settle on a farm
near Odebolt. In 1919 she moved to California and spent some years
in San Pedro, and the rest of the time in Turlock vicinity, until
her passing from this life.
She was preceded in death by her husband in 1909, and the youngest daughter in 1939.
Mrs. Lindskoog is survived by the following children: M. E. and R. O. Lindskoog and Mrs. Adine Wenstrand of Turlock, Cal, L. A. Lindskoog of San Diego, and V. D. Lindskoog of Los Angeles, twenty grandchildren and ten great grandchildren, one brother, P. G. Lundell of Kiron, twenty nephews and nieces, and many grand nieces and nephews.
She was a charter member of the Covenant Mission church of Odebolt, and remained a faithful member until the last. The uppermost object, and her main purpose in life was to serve her Saviour and master.
Funeral services were held from the Covenant Mission church on Friday afternoon, Oct. 15, the Rev. Herman Anderson officiating, assisted by the Rev. Milton Swanson of Greely, Colo. an old time friend of the Lindskoog family.
Mrs. Herbert Tuneberg and Mrs. Eldon Linman sang: "I Would Go to Heaven" and "There Will Be Glory", with Florence Hedberg at the piano.
Pallbearers were Sigurd Carlson, Roy Eckman, Elmer J. Johnson, Edwin A. Johnson, Jubal Swanson and P. O. Hedberg. Peace be to her memory.