Col. Casper Budd
Source: Weekly Argus News May 19, 1894 p 4
Waveland Independent - Col. C. Budd died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. H. Demaree, on Wednesday afternoon. The funeral services were held at the residence yesterday conducted by Rev. AM Hooke; interment in the Presbyterian Cemetery. He was born in Lycaning (sic) County, PA Nov 16, 1805; married to Calista A. Stratton in 1826. To them were born 10 children, two of whom with the mother have gone before him. He came to this neighborhood at an early day, settling on the farm now owned by David Sullivan. - kbz
Source: Crawfordsville Weekly Argus News, May 26, 1894
= NOTABLE DEATHS (this item is for very important people so impressive Casper Budd was listed here
Col. Casper Budd, famous for breaking up the Knights of the Golden Circle in Indiana, died at Crawfordsville aged 89 years. - kbz
Source: Crawfordsville Weekly Journal 18 May 1894 p 3
Waveland May 11 – Col. Casper Budd died yesterday afternoon about 4 o’clock at his home west of this place at the advanced age of 89 years. The funeral occurred this afternoon, the interment being at the Presbyterian Cemetery. Col. Budd was one of the most loyal men in the state. During the war he was Colonel of the 2nd Indiana Legion and did great service in suppressing disloyalty in Montgomery, Parke and Fountain counties. He terrorized the copperheads down about Wallace and prevented many high handed outrages. His name was a household word and state owes his memoray a debt of gratitude hard to estimate.