Person:Florence Rudicel (1)

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Florence Viola Rudicel
d.31 MAR 1960 Bluffton, IN
m. 14 APR 1859
  1. William Alfred Rudicel1860 - 1930
  2. George Caleb Rudicel1862 - 1936
  3. Florence Viola Rudicel1866 - 1960
  4. Winfield Scott Rudicel1867 - 1924
  5. John Winchester Rudicel1871 - 1955
  6. Rosy B. Alexander1873 -
m. 3 JUL 1889
m. 12 OCT 1890
  1. Alva Lewellen1881 -
  2. Clara Belle Lewellen1892 - 1967
  3. Jessie Mae Lewellen1893 - 1906
  4. Clarence Winfield Lewellen1895 - 1936
  5. Ruth Lewellen1898 - 1971
  6. Harry Norton Lewellen1901 - 1979
  7. Dora Florence Lewellen1904 - 1985
Facts and Events
Name[1] Florence Viola Rudicel
Alt Name[2] Florence V Lewellen
Alt Name[3][4][5] Viola Lewellen
Alt Name[6][2] Florence V Rudicel
Gender Female
Birth? 10 JUN 1866 Jennings, Indiana, United States
Alt Birth[6][2] 1866 Indiana
Alt Birth[1] 10 JUN 1866 Jennings, Indiana, USA
Residence[6] 1870 Geneva, Jennings, Indiana
Marriage 3 JUL 1889 to John A. Lynch
Marriage 12 OCT 1890 Scipio, Jennings County Indianato Harry Saul Lewellen
Alt Marriage 12 OCT 1890 Scipio, Jennings, Indiana, USAto Harry Saul Lewellen
Alt Birth[3] 1896 Indiana
Residence[2] 1900 Geneva, Jennings, Indiana
Residence[3] 1910 Geneva, Jennings, Indiana
Residence[4] 1920 Geneva, Jennings, Indiana
Residence[5] 1930 Liberty, Shelby, Indiana
Death[1] 31 MAR 1960 Bluffton, IN
Burial? Bearcreek Baptist Cemetary, Jennings County, IN

Born in Jennings Co. east of of bear Creek Baptist Church in a small log cabin on June 10, 1865. Died March 31, 1960 at home of oldest child Clara Belle Lewellen Stien Libber in Markle, Indiana.

She was baptised in a small pond north of church. Her father, John M. Rudicel died when she was a small child leaving her Abigail with five children, a team of horses and a farm. Viola had to take care of a younger brother and keep house while her mother helped the oldest boys farm farm. Done dishes when she was so small she had to stand on a stool.

She married Harry Saul Lewellen, a widower with 8 children. They were married by David Petrie, Justice of the Peace Vernon, IN.

There was an outbreak of typhoid fever that killed Jessie.

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