Susana Stowers

Brief Life History of Susana

Susana Stowers was born on 19 July 1889, in Samoa as the daughter of Samuel Stowers and Sina Stowers. She married Frederick Langkilde on 31 July 1915, in Apia, Tuamasaga, Upolu, Samoa. They were the parents of at least 1 son and 9 daughters. She died on 25 September 1948, in her hometown, at the age of 59, and was buried in Samoa.

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Family Time Line

Frederick Langkilde
1877–1955
Susana Stowers
1889–1948
Marriage: 31 July 1915
Makerita Langkilde
1916–1980
Elizabeth Langkilde
1918–1991
Louisa Langkilde
1921–1995
Helen Langkilde
1926–
Amy Langkilde
Luse Langkilde
Marie Catherine Langkilde
Evelina or Lina Langkilde
1924–1998
Peter Frederick Langkilde
1928–2015
Julia Langkilde
1930–

Sources (1)

  • Susana in entry for Rita Thompson, "Samoa, Vital Records, 1846-1996"

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World Events (3)

1899

Germany annexes Western Samoa, the U.S. takes over eastern Samoa and Britain withdraws its claim to the islands in accordance with treaty between Germany, Britain and the U.S.

1914

New Zealand occupies Western Samoa during World War I and continues to administer it after the war by virtue of a League of Nations mandate (and a United Nations mandate after World War II).

1939

U.S. troops stationed in Western Samoa during World War II, but no battles are fought on the islands.

Name Meaning

English:

habitational name from the River Stour in Essex, named with a word related to the ancient Germanic root stūr- ‘strong, stiff, fierce’. The surname has since developed a post-medieval excrescent -s.

variant of Stower, with post-medieval excrescent -s, itself a variant of Storr . In some cases Stower is also a habitational name from Stour Provost, East and West Stour, or Stourpaine (Dorset), named from the River Stour (see above). The name may also have originated from the Norman French personal name Stur (Old Norse Sture, of uncertain etymology but possibly related to stórr ‘big’), but it is not known if this survived as a hereditary surname.

Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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