Susanna Fredricsdotter (Lundgren ) (1828 - 1918)



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on at Vuorijärvi, in Finland

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Husband: Johan Wilhelmsson Lundgren
Children with Johan: Wilhelmina Johansdotter (Lundgren ) Viilo


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1828 - In the year that Susanna Fredricsdotter (Lundgren ) was born, on September 17th, a typhoon - called the Siebold Typhoon because German physician Philipp Franz von Siebold was there and took measurements during the storm - killed over 14,000 people in Kyūshū, Japan. It was the greatest number of deaths in any storm in Japan.

1838 - By the time she was only 10 years old, on February 24th, Representatives William J. Graves (Kentucky) and Jonathan Cilley (Maine) fought a duel with rifles. They faced off at 94 yards. Cilley was hit on Graves' third try - in the femoral artery - and bled to death on the dueling field. The Panic of 1837 and Jackson's presidency had caused an extremely partisan Congress and the duel was a result.

1855 - Susanna was 27 years old when on March 3rd, Congress appropriated $30,000 to create the U.S. Camel Corps. The idea was to use camels as pack animals in the Southwest and 34 camels were bought. But the Army wasn't enthusiastic about the idea and after the Civil War the Camel Corps was entirely abandoned.

1897 - When she was 69 years old, on September 21st, editor and publisher Francis P. Church responded to a letter to the editor from Virginia O'Hanlon, 8 years old. Virginia's father had told her that "If you see it in The Sun, it's so." So she wrote to the Sun, asking if there was a Santa Claus. Church responded with the now famous editorial "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus".

1918 - In the year of Susanna Fredricsdotter (Lundgren )'s passing, federal spending was $12.68 billion, unemployment was 1.4% and the cost of a first-class stamp was 3 cents.

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Susanna Fredricsdotter (Lundgren ), mother to 1 child, passed away on May 4, 1918 at Vuorijärvi, Finland at 89 years old. There is no listed cause of death for Susanna. She was born on August 24, 1828. She married Johan Wilhelmsson Lundgren. and they gave birth to Wilhelmina Johansdotter (Lundgren ) Viilo.

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