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VEDDER, Arthur H. 1903 1975 07-29-1903 02-18-1975 O.P.3 14 Add1
MS with Elsie. Married Elsie Ewers on January 29, 1938.
Son of Ernest & Magdeline (Klimz) Vedder.
VEDDER, Elsie EWERS 1902 1998 10-06-1902 10-26-1998 O.P.3 14 Add1
MS with Arthur. Married Arthur H. Vedder on January 29, 1938.
Daughter of Elwood & Ada (Oens) Ewers.
VEEDER, Kathryn Elizabeth LINDSAY 1855 1929 11-26-1855 11-12-1929 O.P.1 43 Add1
Married Henry Veeder.
Daughter of John & Jane (Parker) Lindsay.
Note: Marker engraved VEEDER. Death record listed VEDER.
VEDDER, Arthur H. 1903 1975 RCtr
VEDDER, Elsie EWERS 1902 1998 RCtr
VEDDER, Kathryn Elizabeth LINDSAY 1855 1929 RCtr *
*Note spelling differs from cemetery spelling above
Buried in Button cemetery
MORRISON, Mary VEDDER 1841 1918 08-21-1918 3-7
Married Henry Jennings Morrison.
Daughter of James & Mary (Sullivan) Vedder.
Mary V. Morrison
1841 - 1918
Miss Vedder became the wife of H. J. Morrison, an early settler of Buena Vista. He became a resident of Richland Center later in life and he and his wife resided on what is now the Sextonville road. Their old home still stands; it has been remodeled, other houses have been erected close by and the venerable couple would hardly recognize the place if they could see it today. Mr. Morrison was twice married, but his first wife being Ann Fox who preceded him in death by many years. Mr. Morrison and his wife Mary, were devout Christians, members of the Richland Center Presbyterian church. Well can we remember them on a Sunday morning driving in their buggy to attend the church services. They would tie their horses to a post across the street south of the church and attend the meeting. Home for dinner and back again to the church for evening services; and on Thursday nights only a severe storm or sickness would keep them from prayer meeting. Few, if any, were more devoted to their church than Mr. and Mrs. Morrison.