|Carl Gustav Cederström|
|Born||March 5, 1867
|Died||June 29, 1918
Gulf of Bothnia
|Spouse(s)||Marika Stiernstedt (m. 1900–06)
Minna Poppius (m. 1909–18)
|Parent(s)||Maria Cecilia Wennerström
Cederström completed the program at the Blériot flying school in 1910. He became the 74th pilot in the world and the first to receive a certificate in Sweden. The next person in Sweden to qualify was Henrik David Hamilton. Cederström began teaching others to fly himself in 1912, opening a flying school near Linköping.
- International Genealogical Index and tombstone
- "Sweden". American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Retrieved 2011-12-29.
In 1912, Carl Cederström started a flying school with four military pupils at Malmen, near Linköping, Sweden. The following summer, he left Malmen, and his hangers were taken over by the Swedish army.
- "Cederström". Retrieved 2011-12-29.