|Birth: ||Sep., 1884|
|Death: ||Aug. 24, 1900|
From the Family Bible. His entry reads: "Howard Victor Born in Evanston Wyoming September. Died at Omaha, Nebraska."
Published in the Wyoming Press, August 25, 1900, page 1:
Howard Engstrom Dead.
Yesterday morning Victor A. Engstrom, the jeweler, received a telegram from Omaha announcing the death of his little son Howard in that city the same morning. Howard has been a sufferer with heart trouble for years, and this is was that resulted in his death. Mr. and Mrs. Engstrom took him to Omaha for treatment some two or three months ago, and the mother has remained with him ever since. Mr. Engstrom departed for Omaha on the first train. At this writing it is not known whether the burial will take place in the Nebraska city or Evanston. Howard was a bright and lovable little fellow, and news of his death will be received with profound sorrow by the entire community.
Published in the Wyoming Press September 1, 1900 [Saturday], page 1:
The remains of Howard Engstrom were brought to this city Tuesday evening from Omaha. The funeral services occurred Wednesday [29 August] afternoon from the home and were conducted by Rev. G. E. Hunting of the Episcopal church.
Contributed by VaunaMri.
Victor A Engstrum (1858 - 1914)
Charlesphene Hammer Engstrum (1864 - 1930)
Evanston City Cemetery
Created by: Joe Gibbens
Record added: Aug 03, 2009
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