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Augusta Katherine, daughter of John Peterson, was born in Sweden October 24, 1857 and died at the hospital in Ida Grove, Iowa, July 17, 1920 aged 62 years, 8 months and 23 days. She was married to Axel Kullman in 1879 and the next year they came to America and located at Wall Lake, Iowa, where they made their home until her death. Mrs. Kullman was the mother of eight children of whom one has preceded her to the far beyond. She leaves to mourn her death a loving husband and seven children: Mrs. Roy Northrup, of Chicago, Mrs. Floyd Sherwood, of Schaller, Mrs. Will Hodgeson, of Cherokee, Will, Arthur and Hjalmer of Cherokee, and Charlie of Wall Lake. She also leaves three sisters: Mrs. Chas. Burnquist, of Odebolt, Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. Johnson of Chicago, one brother, Gust(af) Johnson, of Los Angeles, Cal., and six grandchildren. She was baptized in the Swedish Lutheran Church. Mrs. Kullman was a model mother who will be missed not only by all her relatives and neighbors but by a large circle of friends to whom whe had ministered in time of sickness. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o’clock from the Methodist Church. Burial took place in the Wall Lake Cemetery. Copied from an obituary notice found in a ledger kept by William Gustaf Kullman and passed to William L. Kullman in 1972 by Russell William Kullman.