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Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 15:42:21 EDT

Mrs. Josephine Gladieux died at her home, west of Louisville, Monday
evening, after an illness of about two years caused by a complication of
diseases. Her age was sixty-nine years. Her husband, Joseph Gladieux, and the
following children survive. Mrs. Josephine Richel, and Mrs. Mary Dannemiller,
of Erie, Pa., Henry Gladieux of New Berlin, Mrs. Kate Mae and Edward and
Emile Gladieux of Louisville, Mrs. T.A. Sheetz and Miss Clara Gladieux of
Canton. The following sisters and brothers also survive, Mrs. Nicholas Grisez
of Louisville, Misses Louise, Malinda, and Kate Menegay and Joseph and Louis
Menegay of Canton.
Mrs. Gladieux was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Menegay of
Louisville. She was born and raised on a farm northwest of Louisville, and
spent her entire life within a short distance of her birthplace. After her
marriage to Joseph Gladieux they located on a farm north of Fairhope, where
they spent many years. For the past few years they resided on the farm where
her death occured. Mrs. Gladieux was a good Christian woman and lived a life
of usefulness and devotion.
Funeral services were held at St. Louis Catholic church this Thursday
morning, and were conducted by Rev. Father Senner. Interment was made in the
Catholic cemetery.
Taken from the Louisville Herald. Date of death, 5 Feb. 1912 Submitted by
Anita A. Rippel

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