RICHESON, Charlotte Vivian "Lottie" (Coleman)

Date of birth: 25 Jan 1902 Morgantown, Morgan County, Indiana

Date of death: 26 Feb 1962 Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana

Source: Franklin Evening Star, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana, February 26, 1962

Lottie Richeson Dies At Hospital
      Mrs. Charlotte (Lottie) Vivian Richeson, wife of Young 
Richeson, died shortly after noon Monday in the Johnson 
County Memorial Hospital where she had been a patient 
since last Wednesday.  She had been ill since August.
      The body has been taken to the Vandivier Funeral Home, 
951 North Main Street, for the completion of arrangements.
      The daughter of the late Lewis and Emma Grose Coleman, 
Mrs. Richeson was born at Morgantown on Jan. 25, 1902, 
and received her education in the Morgan County schools.
      On Aug. 20, 1919, she became bride of Mr. Richeson 
and five children were born to them.
Moved to Nineveh
      Shortly after their marriage, they moved to Nineveh and 
about 16 years ago moved to four miles south of Franklin 
on the Mauxferry Road.
      Mrs. Richeson was a member of the Shiloh Community 
Church, Ladies Aid and the Nineveh Chapter, Order of the 
Eastern Star.
      Those who survive with the husband are a daughter, Mrs. 
Thelma Abbott, of New Albany; four sons, Luther Richeson, 
Harold E. Richeson, of Indianapolis; Ralph C. Richeson, of 
Greenwood; and Charles Richeson, Greensburg; and 13 grand-
children.
      Others remaining are a great-grandchild, three sisters, Mrs. 
Edna Ragsdale, of Franklin; Mrs. Ruby White, of Trafalgar; Mrs. 
Christine Caradine, of Chicago, Ill.; and three brothers, J.S. 
Coleman, of Great Falls, Mont.; George Coleman, of Franklin; 
and Marion Coleman, of Indianapolis.

Submitted by Mark E. Wirey

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