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WALTER CLIDE GLADDEN
Other than the fact that Walter Clide Gladden registered in Franklin Township, Montgomery County and was 9th to do so, he really probably belongs more to Tippecanoe County. Walter was medium built, had blue eyes and brown hair and worked for the Clampitt Farms near Darlington. He was 25, already married with two children when he registered for the WWI Draft. However, he did go to the service, to the Infantry (Co H 144th Indiana, 36th Division). His tombstone reflects this information. On the government application, Archie D. Gladden, assumedly his son and Walter's wife, Tessie applied for and received the military stone.
Born in Stockwell, in Tippecanoe County February 3, 1890, he died in Lafayette, June 18, 1954 of an acute coronary occlusion. A janiotor, he lived at 1109 1/2 Elizabeth Street with his wife, Tessie. He is buried in the Greenlawn Cemetery, in Frankfort, Clinton County. His parents were Ellis and Maggie Parvis Gladden and he had at least three brothers and two sisters.
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