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Loudermill - Margaret Hendrickson

Source: Waveland Independent Waveland, Montgomery County, Indiana Oct 14, 1927

Mrs. Henry Loudermill died on Thursday of last week in Union Hospital, Terre Haute. Funeral services at the M.E. Church on Saturday afternoon were conducted by Rev. F.J. Beisel, assisted by Rev. J.B. Johnson. The pallbearers were Harry Crutchfield, Elmer Reiter, Lowell Spencer, Homer Robison, Elba Emmert and Frank Robertson. The flower bearers were Mrs. Wilder Rinehart, Mrs. Frank Brown, Mrs. A.R. Hunsicker, Mrs. Elmer Reiter, Mrs. James Barr and Mrs. William Harshbarger. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lanning rendered a beautiful duet by the request of Mrs. Loudermill. Burial in Maple Ridge Cemetery.

The following obituary was read: "Margaret Hendrickson was the second daughter of Joseph and Amanda Hendrickson and born in Waveland 18 Aug, 1860. At the age of 21 years, upon the death of her mother, she was left with the care of three small children. She was married to Henry Clay Loudermill 24 May 1888. Two sons were born to this union: Hubert Clay of Waveland and Joseph J. of Lawrenceville, Ill. She is survived by these two sons, the husband and two sisters: Mrs. Elmer Dietrich of Waveland and Mrs. Fred Stebbins of Terre Haute and five grandchildren. Sister Loudermill was one of those long-suffering victims of ill health, being withal the essence of Christian patience and fortitude. The influence of her sweet gentle life will live in her community and in the many hearts that loved her." - typed by kbz
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