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Woodson County, Kansas
August 11, 1932

OBITUARY

Susan Freed WALTER, daughter of Abraham and Martha (FREED) WALTER was born near Dayton, Ohio, August 26, 1852 and departed this life August 4, 1932 at her home in Toronto, Kansas lacking but a few days of being 80 years of age.

When but a small girl her parents moved to Calendonia, Iowa and she grew to womanhood. On June 18, 1874 she was united in marriage to Samuel H. KINDBLADE of Calendonia, Iowa. In 1884, she came with her husband and three children to Toronto, Kansas. Here, three other children were born.

When a young woman, she accepted Christ as her Savior and united with the Christian church in Toronto. As long as health and circumstances permitted she was an active worker and during her whole life found her greatest joy and comfort in the Word of God and her Christian faith. She was a quiet, home loving person, and always took a keen delight in her family, her flowers and the outdoor world.

Two children and her husband preceded her in death. Those remaining to mourn her departure are: Mrs. Emily SHAFFER of Kansas City, Mo., Oscar KINDBLADE of the home in Toronto, Kansas; Mrs. Pearl BROWN of Stafford, Kansas; and Fred KINDBLADE of Wichita, Kansas. She also leaves eight grandchildren, besides a great number of devoted and appreciative friends and neighbors. Funeral services were held in the home Saturday afternoon, August 6, after which the remains were interred in the East Side cemetery, Toronto. Paul M. PADDEN was director of the services.

Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, February of 2009

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