Tuesday, May 17, 2005

Elsa Maria Elisabet Näslund (1829-1907) of Sweden

Elsa Maria Elisabet Näslund (1829-1907) Fraternal Twin of Olof Näslund (b. April 29, 1829, Hede, Jämtland, Sweden - d. February 03, 1907, Ytterlännäs, Västernorrland, Sweden)

Elsa was the second, great-granddaughter of Anders Örbom (1675-1740) who was a Captain in the Swedish Army.

Elsa was the daughter of Israel Näslund (1796-1869), the Vicar of Ytterlännäs; and Johanna Gustafva Ruuth (1800-1860).

Elsa's siblings include: Johan Israel Näslund (1822-1906) the 26th Reverend of Härnösand, Sweden (1859-1866) who married Emma Maria Falk (1817-1860); Carl Gustaf Näslund (1825-1899) the Reverend of Arnäs, Sweden (1872-1889) who married Kristina Carolina Sjöström (1839-?); Olof Emanuel Näslund (1829-1906) who was a land surveyor in Härnösand and was Elsa's fraternal twin, and he married Annette Brandell (1820-?); and Johanna Näslund (1838-?).

Elsa married Anton Julius Winblad I (1828-1901) who was the church organist and schoolteacher of Ytterlännäs on August 07, 1855. Anton was previously married to Margareta Kristina Höglund I (1819-1853) aka Greta Stina Höglund.

Anton and Elsa had the following children: Karl Israel Winblad (1857-?); Johan Edvard Winblad (1856-1914) aka John Edward Winblad who married Salmine Sophia Severine Pedersen (1862-1914) possibly in Norway and later emigrated to the USA; Johanna Winblad (1859-?) who married Per Olof Bernhard Vahlberg (1852-?); Anton Teodor Winblad (1862-?); Maria Elisabet Winblad I (1865-?) who married Jonas Kempe (1861-1918); and Frideborg Winblad (1869-after1956) who never married and was a schoolteacher in Härnösand.

Anton and Elsa appeared in the 1890 Census of Sweden living in Anundsjö with: their daughter, Frideborg Winblad; and Antonette Kristina Winblad (1854-aft1890), an unmarried daughter from Anton's first marriage to Margareta Kristina Höglund.

Elsa died in 1907.

She was buried in Sweden.

Elsa Maria Elisabet Näslund (1829-1907) was the second, great-grandmother of Richard Arthur Norton (1958- ).