John & Kari Kroshus Family History

Pauline Kroshus Grover (1862-1941)

Pauline Grover died in 1941

Death Certificate




Pauline suffered a stroke that lead to her death on December 20, 1941.   She was buried next to her husband in Concordia Lutheran Church Cemetery.

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Moorhead Daily News

Saturday, December 20, 1941

Page Three


Mrs A. T. Grover Succumbs at 79

Moland Resident Since 1882 Dies

Mrs. A. T. Grover, Moland township resident since 1882, died this noon at her farm home near Glyndon.  She was 79 years old.

She was preceded in death by her husband less than a year ago.  Mr. Grover died January 14, 1940.

Mrs. Grover, the former Pauline A. Anderson, was born July 10, 1862 at Winneshiek County IA.  She came to this prt of the country in 1882 and ws a school teacher for several years.

She became the bride of Mr. Grover at the first wedding to be performed in the Concordia Lutheran church near Glyndon.

She became a member of that church and of the Ladies Aid society.  During the first World War, Mrs. Grover was Moland township chairman for the American Red Cross.

She leaves two sons, Clarence, Glyndon and Elmer, rural Moorhead, and six grandchildren.

Arrangements for funeral services have not yet been completed.  The boyd is at the A J Wright and Sons funeral home.


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Family Plot in Concordia Lutheran Church Cemetery



Alex and Pauline are buried on the eastern edge of Concordia's cemetery.  For more family gravestones at Concordia, click here.


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