|m.(2) Fred Roudebush|
The Salem News May 30, 1940
MRS. LUCINDA ANN
Friends and relatives paid their last respects to Mrs. Lucinda Ann Roudebuch Monday at services held in the Salem Friends church at 2:00 p.m. Services were conducted by Mrs. Bessie F. Collins, taking her text from 1 Pet. 1:17. Rev. Paul W .Barnett read the scripture and offered prayer. The songs "Looking This Way" and "Beautiful Eden" were sungby Rev. and Mr. Barnett accompanied by Mrs. Clarence Peterson. Interment was in East cemetery; pallbearers were Victor Morrow, V. L. Cahoon,H. A .Kester, Oliver Goldsmith, Jess friend and Charles Tyner.
Lucinda Ann Roudebuch, daughter of Benjamin and Matilda Long, was born near Salem on July 24, 1861 and died May 25, 1940 aged 78 years and 10 months. The greater part of her life was lived in Henry county and the last years in Salem. After her marriage to Fred Roudebuch she resided in Fort Madison for some years. She became a member of a church and was active in its work. Later she returned to Salem to care for her aged parents who wit ha brother, John Preceded her in death.
Left to mourn her are a sister-in-law, Ellen Long and nieces and nephews. Mrs. Roudebuch's passing will leave an irreparable loss inthis community.
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