LAST TAPS Civil War Soldier Obituaries: HODSON, Uriah M.

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OBIT – HODSON, URIAH M. 126th Indiana, 11h Cavalry, Co. L

Uriah M. Hodson, was born in Preble [county], Ohio, November 3, 1846. Died in the soldier’s Home at Lafatette, Indiana, February 19, 1917. At the age of 70 years, 3 months, 19 days. On Nov. 3, 1866 he was married to Nancy M. Pearson, who 6 years ago returend to her Maker. To this union there were born 4 children. Charles who died in his infancy; Mrs. Louis Biesecker of Sedalia, Ind.; Mrs Edith Ratcliff, of Russiaville; Mr. Milton L. Hodson, of Russiaville, Ind. Leaving behind him also 12 grandchildren and  a host of others to mourn his loss. Mr. and Mrs. Hodson made the good confession about 46 years ago taking membership in the Christian church at Russiaville. He was a beteran of the civil war. A member of the Red Men’s lodge. To all he has bidden a fond farewell for he has now crossed the mystic river of death to partake of the life on the other side.

[Russiaville Observer, Thursday, Feb. 22, 1917)

Uriah M. Hodson, 126th Indiana, 11th Cavalry, Co. L; Preble [county], Ohio, soldier’s Home at Lafayette, Indiana, Nancy M. Pearson, Charles, Mrs. Louis Biesecker of Sedalia, Ind., Mrs. Edith Ratcliff of Russiaville, Mr. Milton L. Hodson of Russiaville, Christian church, Red Men’s lodge, mystic river of death [Russiaville Observer, Thursday, Feb. 22, 1917]
Identifier 38945
Date Original 1917-02-22
Date Digital 2011-06-09
Subject(s) Civil War Soldier Obituaries
Creator  
Source Kent A. Smith
Publisher Russiaville Observer
Language English
Contributors Kokomo-Howard County Public Library
Relation Compiled by Kent A. Smith in LAST TAPS
Transcription NONE
Collection 263
Usage Statement “LAST TAPS: Civil War Soldiers Obituaries Published in Howard County, Indiana, Area Newspapers” copyright 2005 by Kent A. Smith; reprinted on the Howard County Memory Project website with permission from Kent A. Smith. Information in this record is provided for personal research purposes only and may not be reproduced for publication. If you have questions about copyright or would like to purchase a copy of the book, please contact Kent A. Smith.
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