Name: Celestia M. (Carpenter) Stadon
From: The Gazette and Bulletin,
Date: Monday, January 14, 1901
MRS. CALEB STADON'S DEATH
A Strange Coincidence Connected With Her Passing Away
Mrs. Caleb H. Stadon died early Saturday morning at her home No. 567 East Third street, aged about 70 years. She had been ill just a week of pneumonia. She leaves an aged husband.
The funeral which will occur this afternoon at 2 o'clock will be private.
There is a strange coincidence connected with this lady's death. Three weeks ago, Mrs. John M. Ulmer died at the same house, in the same room of the same disease. At that time, Mrs. Stadon lived next door and she was one of the most devoted of Mrs. Ulmer's neighbors. After the latter's burial, the Stadon's took possession of the house and moved in at once. They had been there only two weeks. As a result of the exposure incident to moving, Mrs. Stadon contacted a cold, which developed into pneumonia. She sank rapidly and passed away on Saturday. Mrs. Stadon was a most estimable lady and leaves many friends to mourn her departure.