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Lydia Oberg Williams
Birth: Jun. 6, 1881
Queensland, Australia
Death: Dec. 8, 1927
Queensland, Australia

Daughter of : Herman Oberg - Born about 1850 in Sweden died 12 January 1924 in Brisbane, and Emma Cripps Born 1852 in Middlesex England and died 26 June 1903 in Brisbane.

Siblings: William (1875-1876); Joseph (1877-1960); Louisa (1879-1916); Lydia (1881-1927); Alice (1883-1924); Alfred (1885-1912); Edward (1887-1892); Mabel (1890-1890); Orelia (1891 - ); Herman (1894-1986);Gladys (1897-1933)

Married John Charles Williams (son of John Williams and Grace Ladner) on 21 November 1899 in Brisbane.

Children: Grace (1900-1969); Mabel (1901-1902); John (1903-1959); Gladys (1905-1966); Eric (1909-1966); Ronald (1912-1912); Muriel (1913-1966); Vera (1915-1919); Phyllis (1918-1935); Dorothy (1924 -)

Grandma Williams died when my father was 18 1/2 years old, long before he met my mother and married. She was reputed to be a very beautiful woman, the darling of Spring Hill, Brisbane where she lived all life, with a heart of gold, and who would try to the best of her ability to help others.

Unfortunately, she married my grand-father, a cruel and sadistic man, who never appreciated what a wonderful woman he had married.

Died in Brisbane Hospital on 9 December 1927 from the effects of Chronic Pulmonary T.B.; Cachexia; and Cardiac Failure.

She had earlier undergone two separate mastectomy operations for breast cancer.

I wish I had had the privilege and opportunity to meet her.



The most important person on earth is a mother. She cannot claim the honour of having built Notre Dame Cathedral. She need not. She has built something more magnificent than any cathedral - a dwelling for the immortal soul, the tiny perfection of her baby's body.

The angels have not been blessed with such a grace. they cannot share in God's creative miracles to bring new saints to Heaven. Mothers are closer to God, the Creator, than any other creature. God joins forces with mothers in performing this act of creation. What in God's good world is more glorious than this: to be a mother.

##### Another restore by Jim Seidelman. Many thanks, Jim. You have made my beautiful grandma appear even more beautiful. Your random acts of kindness are sincerely appreciated. #####

Family links: 
  Hermann Oberg (1850 - 1924)
  Emma Cripps Oberg (1854 - 1903)
  John Charles Williams (1879 - 1949)*
  Grace Florence Williams Clark (1900 - 1969)*
  Mabel Lilian Williams (1901 - 1902)*
  John Charles Williams (1903 - 1959)*
  Gladys May Williams Vanbrugh (1905 - 1981)*
  Eric Henry Williams (1909 - 1966)*
  Ronald Edward Williams (1912 - 1912)*
  Muriel Winifred Williams Campbell (1913 - 1966)*
  Vera Williams (1915 - 1919)*
  Phyllis Daphne Williams (1918 - 1935)*
  William Charles Good Oberg (1875 - 1876)*
  Otto Joseph Oberg (1877 - 1960)*
  Lydia Oberg Williams (1881 - 1927)
  Alice Oberg Ord (1883 - 1924)*
  Alfred Oberg (1885 - 1912)*
  Edward Oberg (1887 - 1892)*
  Mabel Lilian Oberg (1890 - 1890)*
*Calculated relationship
Note: This is a Williams family grave that Lydia shares with two others.
Toowong Cemetery
Brisbane City
Queensland, Australia
Plot: Portion 5 Section 44 Grave 35
Created by: Muriel Butler
Record added: Apr 12, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 35803436
Lydia <i>Oberg</i> Williams
Added by: Muriel Butler
Lydia <i>Oberg</i> Williams
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