Anton Niklas Sundberg

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The Most Reverend Anton Niklas Sundberg
Archbishop of Uppsala
Primate of Sweden
ChurchChurch of Sweden
ArchdioceseUppsala
Appointed1870
In Office1870-1900
PredecessorHenrik Reuterdahl
SuccessorJohan August Ekman
Orders
Ordination1845
Consecration6 March 1864
by Henrik Reuterdahl
Personal details
Born(1818-05-27)May 27, 1818
Uddevalla, Sweden
DiedFebruary 2, 1900(1900-02-02) (aged 81)
Uppsala, Sweden
BuriedUppsala old cemetery
NationalitySwede
ParentsSven Sundberg
Sara Katarina Lund
Previous postBishop of Karlstad (1864-1870)

Anton Niklas Sundberg, born 27 May 1818 in Uddevalla, Sweden, dead 2 February 1900 in Uppsala, Sweden, was a Lutheran clergyman. He served as the Church of Sweden archbishop of Uppsala between 1870-1900.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Religious Organizations" (in Swedish). World Statesmen. Retrieved 22 December 2014.
Religious titles
Preceded by
Henrik Reuterdahl
Archbishop of Uppsala
1870–1900
Succeeded by
Johan August Ekman
Preceded by
Ludvig Manderström
Swedish Academy,
Seat No.15

1874–1900
Succeeded by
Gottfrid Billing