From Rochester Sentinel Monday, March 18, 1929
Mrs. Diadema GORDON, aged 80, died at seven o`clock Monday morning at her home eight miles southwest of Rochester, death being due to complications incident to advanced hears. Mrs. Gordon had been in ill health for some time but her condition has only been considered serious three weeks. The deceased was born on a farm near Fletcher`s Lake the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Asa DeWEESE. For the past 50 years she had lived on the farm where she died. Her husband, Samuel [V. GORDON], passed away about fifteen years ago. Mrs. Gordon was a member of the Baptist Church in Fulton. Surviving are four sons, Frank [GORDON], of near Rochester, John [GORDON] of Talma, Eugene [GORDON] of Kewanna, Lyman [GORDON] of Plymouth, and Mrs. Pearl KEIM of Rochester.
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