From the Chatsworth Plaindealer Chatsworth,Livingston,Illinois
MRS. HENRY (IDA LIVINGSTON) TODDEN APRIL 23, 1909
Ida Livingston Todden, wife of Henry Todden, died at the home of her husband in Charlotte township on Tuesday (Apr. 20) night shortly before midnight, of heart failure, following a bed-ridden illness of about four weeks. Everything possible was done to prolong her life, but to no avail. She was born about one-half mile from Ocoya, Junly 24, 1884, being the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Livingston (deceased) of Ocoya. One December 1, 1908 she was united in marriage with Henry Todden, since that time they have made their home in Charlotte. Short funeral services were held at the house at 10:30 o'clock on Thursday morning, Rev. Kies, of the Chatsworth Baptist church officiating, and the remains were brought to this city and taken to Chenoa on the afternoon train, funeral services being held at the Chenoa Baptist church and the interment being at Payne cemetery, besides the remains of her parents. She is survived by her husband, one child, three brothers, Jacob, of Lewisburg, Kan.; Brooks, of Reardon, Wash.; Wm. of Ocoya; and three sisters, Mesdames James Culkin and Robert Cross, of this vicinity and John Hinshaw, of Ocoya. The remains were accompanied to Chenoa by the husband, Mr. and Mrs. James Culkin, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cross, William and Edward Todden.