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Ida Lucinda Puckett Nading
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Birth: Apr. 5, 1874
Labette County
Kansas, USA
Death: Apr. 18, 1930
Labette County
Kansas, USA

Find-A-Grave member Margaret kindly sent me the following obituary for Ida:

Excerpt taken from The Edna Sun, April 24, 1930:

MRS. GEO. NADING DIED FRIDAY

FUNERAL SERVIES HELD AT M.E. CHURCH SUNDAY BY REV. MASON

Deceased Had Been Seriously Ill For Some Months and Through All Was Patient Sufferer

After a lingering illness of many weary months, Mrs. George Nading has entered into the peaceful rest that she had hoped for many times in the hours of intense suffering. Yet, at the moments of affliction, she was patient and always thoughtful of those who were ministering to her wants and helping to add cheer and comfort in the last fleeting hours as the end was nearing.

Ida Truskett [sic] was born near Oswego, Kansas, on April 6th, 1974 and departed this life at her late home four and one half miles southeast of Edna, Kansas, on April 18, 1930, aged 56 years and 12 days.

She was united in marriage to George Nading, near Oswego, Kansas, on Nov. 25, 1895. No children were born to this union. After a number of years spent on a farm in the Stover neighborhood, she and husband moved to the Edna community and for the past twenty four years have lived in and near this city.

At the age of thirteen years, she was converted and united with the Adventist church, an organization at that time existing at the Stover school house six miles west of Oswego, In December 1911, she and husband united and became affiliates with the Christian Church at Elm. The church at that time was under the pastorate of Rev. Vernon Winters.

She leaves to mourn her loss, besides her husband, one brother, Calvin Tuckett of Arma, Kansas, and one half brother, Walter Truckett of Webb City, Mo.

Mrs. Nading was noted for her kindly ways and for the unassuming manner in which she lived. She loved her home and its surroundings and was held in the very highest esteem by all who knew her. While in good health she was active in all church activities and she will be missed not only in the home but in the community in which she had so long resided.

The funeral took place from the Methodist Episcopal church, Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, Rev. A. A. Mason preaching the funeral discourse. Interment following the services at the North Edna cemetery.

^Excerpt taken from The Edna Sun, May 1, 1930:

MRS. GEO. NADING OBITUARY

COMPLETE OBITUARY AS READ BY PASTOR MASON WHO HAD CHARGE SERVICES

Has Been Member Of the Elm Church For Years and Was Active in Church Affairs

Ida Zucinda Puckett was born near Pittsburg, Kansas, April 6, 1874. Deceased departed this life April 18, 1930 at her home about 12:40 p.m. at the age of 56 years and 12 days. She was united in marriage to G.E. Nading, Nov. 25, 1895 near Oswego, Kansas. They resided near Bartlett about ten years. Brother and Sister Nading came to their present home in 1906 where they lived happily togetheruntil the death angel came and called Sister Nading to her Eternal home. Brother Nading now mourns the loss of a true, faithful and loving companion.

Life's silver cord has been loosened allowing the soul of this faithful wife to depart. But the memory of the happy years of wedded life will remain a constant benediction in his grief. Life's golden bowl has been broken, but the contents, the beautiful soul of the departed, has not been poured out; but has been gathered into the arms of the great Heavenly Father, anticipating a more wonderful body in preparation for an even more beautiful life to come.

In all her suffering and affliction in which words are inadequate to express her intense suffering, she bore it all with never failing patience and fortitude, seasoned with word of loving kindness and appreciation of the care, attention, and help rendered her by her kind husband and all who gave a helpful hand during her painful afflictions.

Dear wife thou are gone to rest,
And they loss we deeply feel,
Yet tis God that bereft us,
He can all our sorrows heal.

Sister Nading, at the early age of 13 gave her hear to God and became a member of the Adventist church. On the 2nd of December, 1911 she and her husband united with the Elm City Christian church of Elm, Kansas. She was devoted and faithful to her church home. So the church and community feel deeply the loss of this faithful friend. Those nearest to feel her loss. Her husband, one brother, Calvin Puckett of Arma, Kansas, a half brother, Walter Puckett of Webb City, Mo., one aunt, Tilda Myers of Weir, Kansas, and a number of relatives and friends are left by her.

Rev. A A. Mason of Altoona, Kansas, her pastor at different times for many years was called to deliver the funeral address. Rev. F. Vining gave a few remarks.

Services were conducted Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in the M.E. church at Edna. The body was placed in the Edna cemetery.
 
 
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  George Edwin Nading (1873 - 1946)*
 
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Burial:
Elm Grove Cemetery
Edna
Labette County
Kansas, USA
 
Created by: Dan Stevenson
Record added: Nov 13, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 61556094
Ida Lucinda <i>Puckett</i> Nading
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