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Source: Crawfordsville Weekly Journal June 30, 1899

  Hisler S. Luddington, aged fifty-five years, died late Friday afternoon of neuralgis of the stomach at his residence on south Grant avenue.  The funeral took place on Monday at 2:30 o'clock.  Mr. Luddington was a soldier during the war, serviving in Company B, 24th Illinois Infantry. – thanks to Kim H

Source: Crawfordsville Review July 1, 1899

  Friday evening last Heisler S. Luddington, died at his home on the Greencastle road, from neuralgia of the stomach.  Mr. Luddington was 55 years of age, and was a survivor of the civil war, having served with Company B, 24th Illinois Infantry.  He was hard working quiet man.  He had a large family of children.  The funeral took place Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Wallace Tharp.  Interment at Odd Fellows cemetery.  NOTE: Internment was at Masonic cemetery (which is now 2019 Oak Hill Grant Avenue) – thanks to Kim H
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