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William Arthur "Arthur" Braden
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Birth: Dec. 26, 1862
Scott County
Kentucky, USA
Death: Jan. 28, 1938
Rush County
Indiana, USA

"Centennial History of Rush Co. (IN)", 1920, pp 271-2
Biography of Arthur Braden:
Minnie A. McCarty, who was born on December 1, 1865, in Rush county where she was reared and educated. She is the daughter of John and Catherine (Rhoeds (sic)) McCarty. John McCarty was born in Lincoln county, North Carolina, March 14, 1816. When but four years of age he was taken to Champaign county, Ohio. by his parents, who settled on a tract of woodland. Three years later the mother died and seven years later the father remarried. In about 1833 the parents came to Indiana and settled in Rush county, where the father spent the remainder of his life, dying when eighty-three years of age. John McCarty remained in Ohio a short time after the removal of his parents, but in 1835 he likewise came to Rush county and too spent the remainder of his days. He was twice married. On December 24, 1836, he married Eliza Siller , who was born in Montgomery county, Ohio, on February 2, 1818. She died on December 14, 1863, and on February 1, 1865, Mr. McCarty married Catherine Rhodes, who was born in Montgomery county, Ohio, on October 10, 1828, the daughter of George and Sarah (Ruby) Rhoeds (sic). When John McCarty was first married his only capital was a pair of willing hands and a courageous determination to succeed, and so energetic and persistent were his efforts that he succeeded in accumulating an estate of 120 acres of fine land in Rush county. His wife also owned forty acres of land in the same township. John McCarty died on December 22. 1895. Arthur Braden is a Democrat in his political predilections and he is a member of Knightstown Lodge, No. 266, Knights of Pythias, at Knightstown. He is a member of the Baptist church, and Mrs. Braden is a member of the Christian church. Personally, Mr. Braden is a man of genial manner, obliging disposition and public spirited in his attitude towards all movements for the advancement of the general welfare.
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  Minnie Amanda McCarty Braden (1865 - 1953)
Glen Cove Cemetery
Henry County
Indiana, USA
Created by: Roger Rhoads
Record added: Feb 01, 2010
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William Arthur Arthur Braden
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William Arthur Arthur Braden
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