Ansedel Clair Jerome Edenström

1933-1979

Burial: Arlington National Cemetery Arlington Arlington County Virginia, USA Plot: grave 3523 section 60

Cemetery notes and/or description: Arlington National Cemetery, in Arlington, Virginia is a military cemetery in the United States, established during the American Civil War on the grounds of Arlington House, formerly the estate of the family of Robert E. Lee's wife Mary Anna (Custis) Lee, a descendant of Martha Washington. The cemetery is situated directly across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. and near The Pentagon. It is served by the Arlington Cemetery station on the Blue Line of the Washington Metro system. More than 300,000 people are buried in an area of 624 acres (2.53 km2). Veterans and military casualties from every one of the nation's wars are interred in the cemetery, from the American Revolution through the military actions in Afghanistan and Iraq. Pre-Civil War dead were reinterred after 1900. Arlington shares with Mill Springs National Cemetery, the only other open cemetery in the system, the distinction of being the oldest military burial ground in the United States. The first soldier to be buried in Arlington was Private William Henry Christman of Pennsylvania on May 13, 1864. Arlington National Cemetery and United States Soldiers' and Airmen's Home National Cemetery are administered by the Department of the Army. The other National Cemeteries are administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs or by the National Park Service. Arlington House (Custis-Lee Mansion) and its grounds are administered by the National Park Service as a memorial to Lee. (information courtesy of Wikipedia) The Arlington National Cemetery website contains specific information about the history of the cemetery as well as in-depth visitor information.
Född 5 jun 1933.
Död 18 maj 1979.
Begravd Arlington, Arlington County, Virgina, USA.

Clair Jerome Edenström.
Född 5 jun 1933.
Död 18 maj 1979.

f Frank Edenström.
Född 5 jan 1884 i North Dakota, USA.
Död 5 nov 1949 i North Dakota, USA.


ff John Edenstrom.
Född 3 aug 1839 i Presthamna, Stora Kil (S).
Död 20 sep 1913 i Farmington, Walsh County, North Dakota, USA.

 

ffm Caisa Nilsdotter.
Född 8 mar 1818 i Lerbäcksfallet, Nedre Ullerud (S).
Död 8 apr 1864 i Tomthult, Stora Kil (S).


fm Johanna Olsdotter.
Född 22 mar 1841 i Ede kronogård, Västra Vingåker (D).
Död 12 jun 1924 i North Dakota, USA.


fmf Olof Olsson.


Statdräng.


fmm Anna Pehrsdotter.




m Alma Mathilda Wedan Edenström.
Född 4 nov 1888 i North Dakota, USA.
Död 27 sep 1977 i Fargo, Cass County, North Dakota, USA.

   
 
   
 


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Burial: Arlington National Cemetery Arlington Arlington County Virginia, USA Plot: grave 3523 section 60

Cemetery notes and/or description: Arlington National Cemetery, in Arlington, Virginia is a military cemetery in the United States, established during the American Civil War on the grounds of Arlington House, formerly the estate of the family of Robert E. Lee's wife Mary Anna (Custis) Lee, a descendant of Martha Washington. The cemetery is situated directly across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. and near The Pentagon. It is served by the Arlington Cemetery station on the Blue Line of the Washington Metro system. More than 300,000 people are buried in an area of 624 acres (2.53 km2). Veterans and military casualties from every one of the nation's wars are interred in the cemetery, from the American Revolution through the military actions in Afghanistan and Iraq. Pre-Civil War dead were reinterred after 1900. Arlington shares with Mill Springs National Cemetery, the only other open cemetery in the system, the distinction of being the oldest military burial ground in the United States. The first soldier to be buried in Arlington was Private William Henry Christman of Pennsylvania on May 13, 1864. Arlington National Cemetery and United States Soldiers' and Airmen's Home National Cemetery are administered by the Department of the Army. The other National Cemeteries are administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs or by the National Park Service. Arlington House (Custis-Lee Mansion) and its grounds are administered by the National Park Service as a memorial to Lee. (information courtesy of Wikipedia) The Arlington National Cemetery website contains specific information about the history of the cemetery as well as in-depth visitor information.

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