Still searching for the descendants but I did locate the obituary for Calvin Coday.
Funeral services for Calvin Coday, 85, a resident here 28 years will be held at 3 o'clock tomorrow in the Wiggen & Sons chapel with burial in Crown Hill.
Mr. Coday, a former planer in Ballard Lumber mill, died Saturday at home, 6540 26th Av, N.W. after a brief illness.
Mr Coday, born in Mansfield, MO., was a cement contractor in Missoula, Mont., and later worked for the Milwauke Road out of Spokane for 20 years before coming here. He was a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen and the Queen Anne Christian Church.
Mr. Coday is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Aileth Roper, Seattle; two sons, Amon G. Coday, Yakima and Orville L.Coday, SanDiego; a brother Hosea Coday, Mansfield; three sisters, Mrs. Docia Whitteker, Hartville, MO., and Mrs. Susie Quillen, Norwood, MO., and Mrs. Andy Milsap, Mansfield; three grandsons and four great granchildren.
Published: 1952-06-15 in the Seattle Daily Times.