Adams County, Ohio Obituaries
Clyde L. Hudson
Funeral service for Clyde L. Hudson, 36, former Frankfort resident and brother of Mrs. Floyd J. Tootle of near Clarksburg, was held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Fisher funeral home in Frankfort with the Rev. F. T. McCarty officiating. Burial was made in Greenlawn cemetery. Frankfort American Legion accorded military honors at the grave; George Morgan was acting commander, with L. B. McCarty the chaplain. Robert Hardy commanded the firing squad which consisted also of Harold Hooks, Robert Hines, J. A. Junk, William Flesher, Harold Keller, Eugene Robinson and Robert Butler. Color bearers were Charles Hughes and Dane Acton with David Tootle and Harry Flesher, color guards. Flag-folders were Harry Junk and Ted Ringer while Ralph Junk and Vernon Acton were the grave markers and Reginald Seitz was the bugler. Pall bearers were Harold Orr, George Queen, Wendell Pancake, George Hutton, Forrest Butler, and Ted Ringer. Mr. Hudson, who was a truck driver, died at his home at Washington CH, Thursday, after a month's illness. The son of Floyd and Lulu Davis Hudson, he was born in Henley on Feb 1, 1916. He was a veteran of World War II and served in the Mediterranean theater of war. Surviving are the widow, the former Lucille Althouse, the father at New Port News, Va., three daughters, Shirley, Thelma and Phyllis at home; three brothers, Carl Hudson of Dayton; Henry of Peebles; and Harry who is with the army in Korea; and six sisters, Mrs. Tootle of Clarksburg; Mrs. Clarence Lorenz of Peebles; Mrs. Betty Meddock of Otway; Mrs. Dorothy Thatcher of McDermott; Mrs. Ruby Mankin of Winston-Salem, N. C.; and Mrs. Vernal Morris of near Clarksburg.
SOURCE: Clarksburg Star, Clarksburg, Ross County OH; February 29, 1952