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Nina Blanche Hardin Coplen
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Birth: Jun. 17, 1882
Death: Dec. 23, 1919

Published in The Rochester Sentinel
Wednesday, December 24 , 1919

Word was received in Rochester Tuesday evening bringing the news of the death of Mrs. Eugene COPLEN, 27, of this city, who passed away at Canon City, Colorado, Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock. Mrs. Coplen, who has been ill from a complication of diseases, a diagnosis of which has baffled a number of specialists, left Rochester with her family two months ago hoping to better her health in Colorado country. However, since going there she has failed to receive any benefit, although for a time she was able to hold her own against the advancement of her affliction.
Blanch HARDIN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William HARDIN was born at Livonia, Ind., on June 17, 1882, where she grew to young womanhood. After attaining a business education, Miss Hardin came to Rochester, where she acted as cashier for Beyer Bros., in their downtown offices for several years, later going to the Rochester Telephone Co., where she acted in a similar capacity until her marriage with C. Eugene COPLEN of this city on May 13, 1912. To this union was born three children, James William [COPLEN], Maurice Eugene [COPLEN] and Louis Stewart [COPLEN], the latter dying in infancy. Besides her parents and husband she leaves four sisters, Mrs. F. S. WILLOUGHBY and Mrs. Harry GARMAN, of Kewanna, Mrs. Levi P. MOORE, of this city and Miss Olive HARDIN, who has been with her sister for the last two months, and two brothers, Max [HARDIN] and Herbert [HARDIN], both of this city.
Mrs. Coplen, who for a number of years was identified with the business life of Rochester and for twenty-three years has been a faithful member of the Methodist church, leaves a host of friends, who now join with the sorrowing family in their great grief.
It is known the body will be brought back to Rochester for burial, but as the SENTINEL goes to press no definite arrangements have been made pending further word from Canon City.
Published in The Rochester Sentinel
Tuesday, December 30, 1919

Mrs. Earl SNYDER, of Warsaw, and Mrs. Ed BAILEY, of Elkhart, were in Rochester Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Gene COPLEN. They are spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. Henry ENTSMINGER.

Fulton County Indiana Obituaries - 1919
by Jean C. and Wendell C. Tombaugh 
Family links: 
  William Harvey Hardin (1854 - 1944)
  Mary Caroline Greenslade Hardin (1861 - 1922)
  Eugene Coplen (1887 - 1958)*
  James W Coplen (1913 - 1975)*
  Louis Stewart Coplen (1917 - 1917)*
  Nina Blanche Hardin Coplen (1882 - 1919)
  Flossie Hardin Willoughby (1884 - 1936)*
  Lillian M Hardin Moore (1890 - 1962)*
  Olive Gladys Hardin Stockberger (1896 - 1931)*
*Calculated relationship
Rochester IOOF Cemetery
Fulton County
Indiana, USA
Plot: Section 12, Row 4
Created by: April Gross
Record added: May 18, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 37240156
Nina Blanche <i>Hardin</i> Coplen
Added by: April Gross
Nina Blanche <i>Hardin</i> Coplen
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Nina Blanche <i>Hardin</i> Coplen
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