|Birth: ||Dec. 7, 1823|
|Death: ||Mar. 5, 1903|
Mille Lacs County
Mrs. John Stadden died at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Anson Howard, in Princeton last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Stadden had been a sufferer from a cold which she contracted some time ago and her advanced age made her
recovery impossible. The funeral was held at the home of her daughter last Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock and was attended by a large number of friends and old settlers who had known her for many years. Rev. Gratz officiated and
the interment w as at the Clough cemetery at Spencer Brook.
Ellen Housel Stadden was born in Northumberland county, Pennsylvania, December 7, 1823. She was married to John Stadden at Danville, Pa., May 9,
1849. The same year they moved to Minnesota and located at old St. Anthony now east Minneapolis, where they remained for five years. They went north in search of a good location and settled in the town of Spencer Brook where Mr. Stadden took up a homestead on which they resided until two years ago when they came to Princeton and made their home with their daughter.
Four children were born to them, two of whom are now living, Mrs. Anson Howard, and Frank Stadden. Their daughter Flora, who was Mrs. D. H.
Robbins, died some years ago and another daughter, Cora, died in childhood.
Mr. and Mrs. Stadden were among the first white settlers to locate at Spencer Brook.
Princeton Union Mar 12, 1903
John Stadden (1821 - 1909)
Emma Stadden Howard (1850 - 1913)*
Created by: Judy Howard
Record added: Sep 18, 2011
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