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Death: Nils Salomon Lindberg - Edmonton



South Peace News



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Nils Salomon Lindberg, Born Aug 5 1868 Sweden. Died Feb 10 1940 in

Edmonton Alberta age 71. He is buried at Hay Lakes in the Christian Church Cemetery

alongside his wife Eva Lovisa (Persdotter) Lindberg and infant son Evan

Neil.





John Edwin Lindberg, born Sept 20 1903 in Sweden. Died Sept 22 1971 in

Salmon Arm B.C. age 68. He is buried in Mt Ida Cemetery , Salmon Arm B.C.





Erik Thorsten Lindberg, born April 28 1906 in Hay Lakes Alberta. Died July

29 1976 in Salmon Arm B.C. He  was 70 years old. He is buried in Mt Ida

Cemetery, Salmon Arm B.C.





Jenny Ruth (Bruner) Lindberg, born Jan 28 1915 in Burnett Co. Wisconsin

USA., Died  June 8 1986 in Kamloops B.C.  She is buried in Mt Ida Cemetery

in Salmon Arm B. C. She was 71 years old.  She is survived by four children,

3 daughters and one son.





Avis Bell (Bruner) Lindberg, born June 19 1913 in Burnett Co Wisconsin USA.

She died Aug 4 2001 in Kamloops B.C. She was cremated and buried on top of

John Edwin's grave, along with their daughter Linda Helen (Lindberg) Hoon.

Linda was born April 8 1944 in High Prairie, and died Feb 8 1989 in Victoria

B.C. She was 44.

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