|Birth: ||Apr. 14, 1866|
|Death: ||Jan. 17, 1948|
The Nashua Reporter, Nashua, Iowa
January 14, 1948
Body of Mrs. Amos Prudhon Returned Here
The body of Mrs. Amos Prudhon, 81, of Soap Lake, Wash., arrived in Nashua today (Wed) for burial in Greenwood Cemetery. Mrs. Prudhon passed away on Sauturday, January 17 at 1 p.m. in a convalescent home, where she had been bedfast for the past four years.
Olive Delphine "Della" Castor, was born on April 14, 1866, in Richland Twp, Chickasaw Co, in the Republic Community, the daughter of P.T. and Fannie A. Castor.
She was married on July 4th, 1882, to Amos Prudhon of Nashua, & they farmed in the Republic community until going to Salem, South Dakota, where they continued their farming operations. They lived for a time in Canada, and at Berry, Minnesota, later going to Soap Lake, due to the ill health of their son, Perry.
Following the death of her husband, and her son Perry, Mrs. Prudhon continued to make her home in Soap Lake, with her daughter-in-law, the former Alice Wedemeyer of Nashua, until four years ago when she went to the convalescent home becuase of her health.
She is survived by one son, Ray, of Graceville, Minnesota, four sisters, Mrs. Mack Ransom, & Mrs. Ida Chambers, both of Nashua, Mrs. H. O. Potter of Coalinga, CA, and Mrs. A. J. Pierson of New Hampton. Two brothers, A.G. Castor of Chicago, & Charles Castor of Charles City & formerly of Nashua. Also five grandchildren & four great grandchildren, and nieces & nephews.
1) Perry W., b. 07/1883 Richland, IA; d. 08/25/1945 Soap Lake, Grant Co, WA; married Alice Caroline Louise Wedemeyer, one child: Richard Prudhon
2) Raymond F., b. 06/24/1889 Richland, IA; d. 09/19/1973 Graceville, MN; m. Mayme M. (maiden ?), 4 children: Dale L., Florence M., Leora O. & Louise M. Prudhon
Philip Theophilas Castor (1834 - 1913)
Fannie Ann Hoover Castor (1840 - 1915)
Amos Prudhon (1856 - 1928)*
Created by: Cheri
Record added: Jun 14, 2012
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