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Juline J Sether Berg
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Birth: Aug. 17, 1875
Otter Tail County
Minnesota, USA
Death: Mar. 15, 1946
Fillmore County
Minnesota, USA

Juline was the third of four children born to John and Marit (Serum) Sether. She attended local public schools and attended Park Region college at Fergus Falls. She married 16 Jun 1898 Rev. Hans J. Berg. They moved to Muskegon, MI where Rev. Berg had a church.

The next year, Juline and Hans returned to Minnesota, accepting a call to serve three churches: Bethlehem, Bethany and Ostrander Lutheran churches. They lived in Ostrander the rest of their lives.

In 1911 the couple adopted Ethel (who married Elvin S. Tollefson) and raised her as their daughter. Hans died in 1933. In attendance at Juline's funeral in 1946 were many pastor-friends and many members of all three churches, one of the largest groups in attendance at any service ever held in Ostrander to that time.

Family links: 
  John Johnsen Sether (1840 - 1929)
  Marit Olsdatter Serum Sether (1841 - 1883)
  Hans Johansen Berg (1865 - 1933)*
  Ethel Johanna Berg Tollefson (1905 - 1984)*
  John J Sether (1871 - 1955)*
  Ole J Sether (1873 - 1952)*
  Juline J Sether Berg (1875 - 1946)
  Anne J Sether (1877 - 1957)*
*Calculated relationship
Note: This stone is directly behind the Cemetery sign.
Ostrander Cemetery
Fillmore County
Minnesota, USA
Plot: Row 4, Stone 1
GPS (lat/lon): 43.61671, -92.42004
Created by: Connie Ferris
Record added: Aug 19, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 95623473
Juline J <i>Sether</i> Berg
Added by: Connie Ferris
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To a second cousin, twice removed.
- Connie Ferris
 Added: Jul. 4, 2015

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