Biografi for: Kirsten Kathrine Christensen

Kirkebog Brovst sogn. Fødte Kvindekøn. (Kort D 91 B-4, 5/8)
12 marts 1884. Kirstine Kathrine Kristensen. Døbt 6 juli i Brovst kirke. Datter af Indsidder Johan Kristensen og Hustru Kirstine Nielsen i Brovst, 21 Aar. Faddere: Barnets Moder, Ane Kristine Nielsen af Brovst. Murer Mikal Kristensen af Torslev, Ungkarl Kristian Kristensen sammesteds og Ungkarl Lars Peter Jensen af Brovst Kjær.

Mrs. Katherine Christine Johnson, aged 85, the widow of Henry Johnson, and a former resident of Cherry Grove, died at the Barley Nursing Home Monday, May 19, 1969, at 1:05 a.m. following failing health for several years. She was born in Denmark, March 12, 1884, but had resided in the Cherry Grove area practically all of her life.
She graduated from Edinboro State Teachers College and taught in several of the Warren County Schools in her earlier years. She served as Superintendant of the Sunday School in Cherry Grove for many years. She was a member of the Grace United Methodist Church, a member and former teacher of the Goodwill-Gleaners Class, also a member of the Womens Society of Christian Service of the church.
Surviving her is one son, Norman Johnson, Warren, three daughters, Mrs. Royal E. (Frances) Smith, Erie, PA, Mrs. Harold E. (Eleanor) LaPoint, Warren, and Mrs. Henry C. (Jean) Marymont, Warren, two brothers, Martin Christensen and Earl Christensen, Warren, three sisters, Mrs, Jennie MacDonald, Mrs. Minnie Schuler and Mrs. Marjorie Nicholson, all of Warren, 8 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. She was preceeded in death by her husband January 28, 1953, by two daughters who died in infancy, and by two brothers Christ and Howard Christensen.
Friends will be received at the Templeton Funeral Home from 3:30 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, and services will be held there Wednesday at 1:30 p.m.. The Rev. Wayne B. Price, pastor of Grace United Methodist Church and the rev. Harold L. Knappenberger Sr., Minister of Visitation of the church will officiate, followed by interment in Oakland Cemetery.