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HOFFSPEN, Carl Oscar (Mrs.)
|Johnstown Weekly Tribune, 20 Sep 1907, Page 6, Contributed by Kerry L. Miller|
|BURY IN GRAND-VIEW|
Body of Oscar Lindroth's Widow to Be Brought Here from Philadelphia This Evening.
Mrs. Ebba Lindroth Hoffspen and her sister, Miss Sophia Lindroth, of Philadelphia, will arrive here this afternoon on the 4:04 train with the remains of their mother, Mrs. Carl Oscar Lindroth, who died recently in the Quaker City. Upon the arrival of the train the remains will be taken to Grand-View Cemetery to be interred alongside those of her husband, who was formerly assistant to Joseph Morgan, Chief Engineer of the Cambria Steel Company, for some time before his death in the Fifth Ward, this city, on October 17, 1900. The Lindroth family then resided at No. 521 Napoleon street. Mrs. Hoffspen and Miss Lindroth will be the guests of Mrs. Thomas D. O'Neal, of No. 523 Napoleon street, during their stay here.
The Rev. Dr. Thomas H. Woodring, pastor of the Franklin-street M. E. Church, where the Lindroth family worshiped during their residence here, will conduct short services at the cemetery upon the arrival of the remains of Mrs. Lindroth here.