|Birth: ||Feb. 8, 1848|
|Death: ||May 29, 1917|
Meridian Times, 1 Jun 1917
Death of Mrs. L. H. Badley 1 Jun 1917
Death came peacefully to Mrs. L. H. Badley, Tuesday at 2 p.m. after she had been a patient sufferer for several months with a complication of ailments. She was 68 years of age.
Catherine, daughter of Cornelius and Elizabeth Hines, was born February 18, 1848 at Monroe, Jasper county, Iowa. She was married at Macksburg, Iowa in 1880 to L. H. Badley and one child, Ralph C, has been born to the union.
The family came to Idaho in 1905 from Iowa, and settled on the little farm a half mile northeast of Meridian. Two years ago they moved to Meridian.
Mrs. Badley united with the Baptist church at Monroe, Iowa when a child and has since continued her membership in that church. Her father and mother preceded her to the better land years ago. She has four brothers living in Iowa and one brother in Nebraska.
Mrs. Badley was a quiet, home woman, loved and respected by all, and her distinguishing traits were her happy nature and her way of speaking well of everyone. She was a splendid type of woman and will be missed by the husband and son, who will mourn the loss of a faithful wife and good mother.
The funeral was held at the Methodist church in Meridian Wednesday afternoon, the sermon being delivered by Rev. Charles McCoard, the pastor. There was profusion of floral offerings. The Rebekah lodge of Meridian, of which deceased during her lifetime was an active member, was present and conducted funeral services at the grave. Burial was in Meridian cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Badley, D. L. Badley, Burt Badley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Paine were those from out of town, present at the funeral.
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