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Civil War Widow Dies
Mrs. Clarinda REDDEN, 80 years old, widow of Robert REDDEN, passed away early Saturday Morning at her home in Corydon following an illness of a complication of diseases.
Mrs. REDDEN was born May 1, 1852, in Washington Township, the daughter of Andrew J. and Joan MONTGOMERY. Most of her life was spent in Washington Township. She had lived in Corydon several years. At the age of fourteen years she joined the Methodist Church at New Amsterdam and was a good Christian woman.
The survivors are two sons and a daughter, Jesse REDDEN and Mrs. John F. CUNNINGHAM, of this county, and Alvin REDDEN of Provo, Utah; two sisters, Mrs. Anna ADANS, of Ramsey and Mrs. Dora LOVE, of Greencastle; a brother, James MONTGOMERY, of Eastbank, W. Va., fifteen grandchildren and thirteen great grandchildren. Her husband, who was a Civil War veteran, died in 1927.
Funeral services were held at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the New Amsterdam Methodist Church conducted by the Rev. E. Craig BRANDENBURG, pastor of Pfrimmer's Chapel U.B, Church, assisted by the Rev. Edward RUDICEL, Corydon Christian Minister. The pallbearers were Jas. N. MASON, Otto KOPP, Dressel BECKER, Philip ROSENBARGER, Jas. C. KIRKHAM and Adna L. HARRIS, members of Harrison Post No. 123, American Legion. Burial was in the church cemetery.
She died on June 4, 1932.