Death of E. Lindholm
E. Lindholm, sixty-seven years of age, who has been a citizen
of Chattanooga for the past thirty-six years, died at 10:50 o’clock last night
at his home, 618 East Fifth street, following an illness of over two months. Mr.
Lindholm was born in Sweden. He emigrated to the United States as a young man,
coming to Chattanooga in 1871, where he secured employment as a brick mason. He
was a regular attendant at the services of the Cumberland Presbyterian church.
Mr. Lindholm is survived by three sons – David, Godfrey and Oscar Lindholm,
all of Atlanta; and six daughters – Mrs. W. S. Shelton, Mrs. Annie Jones, Mrs.
Sam Whitman, Misses Tilda, Hilda and Fannie May Lindholm, of this city. The
funeral arrangements will be made on the arrival of Mr. Lindholm’s sons from
The Chattanooga Daily Times, November 20, 1907.
by Connie Lisenby