DeKalb County Indiana Obituary
Amanda C. King Husselman
Contributed by Scot Vincent
No known paper, no known date (Died Apr. 9, 1910)
Amanda C. Husselman (nee King), daughter of John and
Catherine King, departed this life, the cause of death due to cancer, at her
home four miles north of Auburn, Dekalb Co. IN, Apr. 9, 1910, aged 73 years
and 6 days. She was born in Carroll Co., MD, Apr. 3, 1837. At
the age of nine years she with her parents moved to Dekalb Co. IN. Apr.
14, 1825, she was united in marriage to Samuel Husselman, and to this union
were born four children; two sons and two daughters, all of whom survive her.
She was united with the Evangelical church in 1863 and in 1869 changed her
church relation and united with the United Brethren church and remained a
faithful member until death. She leaves to mourn their loss an aged
companion, four children, five grandchildren, one brother, one sister and
a host of other relatives and friends. The funeral services were conducted
from the Evangelical church at Waterloo, IN, on their fifty-seventh wedding
anniversary, by Rev. C.E. Wolverton, assisted by the writer. Interment
in Waterloo cem.
Waterloo Press: Apr. 4, 1910
Mrs. Samuel Husselman dies
The death of Mrs. Samuel Husselman which occurred Sun.
at her home three miles south-west of Waterloo removes one of the modest,
home keeping, true and faithful women of the old school. Although an
invalid for many years she bore her afflictions with Christian fortitude
and left an example worthy for others to follow. The funeral was held
in the Evangelical church Tues. a.m.
Mrs. Amanda C. Husselman,
daughter of John and Catherine King, departed this life by the effects of
a cancer, at her home four miles north of Auburn, Dekalb Co., IN, on the
9th day of Apr. 1910, at the age of 73 yrs. and 6 days.
She was born in Carrol Co. Maryland, Apr. 3, 1837.
At the age of nine years she moved with her parents to Dekalb Co. IN, was
united in marriage to Samuel Husselman, Apr. 12, 1853. To this union
was born four children, two sons and two daughters, all of whom survive her.
She united with the “Evangelical” church in 1853 and in
1869 changed church relations and united with the “United Brethern” church,
and remained a faithful member until her death. She leaves to mourn
their loss an aged husband, four children and five grand-children, one brother
and one sister and a host of other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held from the Evangelical church
at this place Tues. on their 57th wedding anniversary. Services were
conducted by Rev. C.E. Wolverton, of Ogden, MI, assisted by pastor H.N. Clark,
interment took place in the Waterloo cem.
The Auburn Courier: Apr. 14, 1910
Mrs. S. Husselman died Saturday
Was one of the oldest and most highly respected ladies of the county.
The funeral Tuesday.
The deceased was born in Dekalb and
has always lived here.
Senility and its attendant complications
are responsible for the demise of Mrs. Samuel Husselman, which occurred at
their country home four miles north of Auburn Sun. afternoon at four o’clock.
Mrs. Husselman., who was seventy-three years of age,
had been ailing for many months and at times life was despaired of.
Her condition improved and declined alternately until finally the grim reaper
in its deadly sweep ushered her spirit into the eternal world. The news
of the death evoked expressions of profound sorrow among the innumerable acquaintances
of the deceased. When the spark of life became extinct the husband
and four grown children were at the bedside. The decedent had been
a continuous resident of Dekalb Co. since her birth.
The funeral services will occur Tues. forenoon from
the Waterloo Lutheran church, the date being the fifty-seventh anniversary
of the deceased’s marriage. The Auburn acquaintances of the Husselman
family extend their heartfelt sympathy.