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 Randall Alfred “Joe” Cady

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Randall Alfred “Joe” Cady

Birth
Death
Oct 1949 (aged 53)
Burial
Lewiston, Nez Perce County, Idaho, USA
Memorial ID
86910980 View Source

Randall Alfred Cady born to Levi Randall and Lydia Cass Cady . He grew up in Cherry Co., Nebraska working on various ranches in the area. He was one of the old time cowboys. He rode in local Rodios. He was well liked by all and everone was a friend. He squated down to talk to you and called everyone pard. He was always bringing someone home if they needed a place to sleep. He bedded them down in the barn in clean hay.
He worked at the famous Churn Ranch of the area and was forman at the J C Penny Ranch.
He and his brother Loyd were partners in a ranch. When the depression Joe left the ranch to work to earn money to pay the taxes and keep the ranch . When times got better Joe came back and his brother did not want him back on the ranch. He and his brother had a falling out and for years did not speak to each other. But finally before Joe died they eventually made up.
Joe met his wife to be Josephine Lillian Jotter . they soon married and over the next few years had five children.
He worked the mines in The Black Hills of South Dakota. Then the family moved to northern Idaho and he worked the mines in Kellog ID. His family lived in Coeurd'Alene ID . Joe worked the mines a few years and fell ill from miners lung and had a stroke and was not able to work anymore.. His wife Josephine went back to teaching school. They moved to Clearcreek near Kooskia. He bacame more Ill and probably feeling he was a burden to his family he left and not for them not to try to find him and they would not. He disappeard and was never seen again. They felt he must have found some cave somewhere and being a powder man in the mines . went in the cave and blew closed. commiting sueside. this was in Oct of 1949 they searched for days but found nothing.
His wife kept teaching school . Fed , Dick , Wanda and Jean were now married leaving only Barbara at home.
Randall Alfred (R A Cady is on the marker with his wife)
But he is not burried here his body was never found. He is here in spirit and a marker to show his decendents that he existed. and a place to come.

Randall Alfred Cady born to Levi Randall and Lydia Cass Cady . He grew up in Cherry Co., Nebraska working on various ranches in the area. He was one of the old time cowboys. He rode in local Rodios. He was well liked by all and everone was a friend. He squated down to talk to you and called everyone pard. He was always bringing someone home if they needed a place to sleep. He bedded them down in the barn in clean hay.
He worked at the famous Churn Ranch of the area and was forman at the J C Penny Ranch.
He and his brother Loyd were partners in a ranch. When the depression Joe left the ranch to work to earn money to pay the taxes and keep the ranch . When times got better Joe came back and his brother did not want him back on the ranch. He and his brother had a falling out and for years did not speak to each other. But finally before Joe died they eventually made up.
Joe met his wife to be Josephine Lillian Jotter . they soon married and over the next few years had five children.
He worked the mines in The Black Hills of South Dakota. Then the family moved to northern Idaho and he worked the mines in Kellog ID. His family lived in Coeurd'Alene ID . Joe worked the mines a few years and fell ill from miners lung and had a stroke and was not able to work anymore.. His wife Josephine went back to teaching school. They moved to Clearcreek near Kooskia. He bacame more Ill and probably feeling he was a burden to his family he left and not for them not to try to find him and they would not. He disappeard and was never seen again. They felt he must have found some cave somewhere and being a powder man in the mines . went in the cave and blew closed. commiting sueside. this was in Oct of 1949 they searched for days but found nothing.
His wife kept teaching school . Fed , Dick , Wanda and Jean were now married leaving only Barbara at home.
Randall Alfred (R A Cady is on the marker with his wife)
But he is not burried here his body was never found. He is here in spirit and a marker to show his decendents that he existed. and a place to come.

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