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Old Soldiers: Santa Cruz County Civil War Veterans
by Robert L. Nelson
RUDY, WILLIAM (1836-1913)
Santa Cruz Sentinel (May 15, 1913)
Oakwood Memorial Park
William Rudy Passes Away
William Rudy, a native of Ohio and 75 years of age passed away Wednesday night at his home at 121 N. Branciaforte. Two years ago the deceased came here from Fresno to make his home. Besides a wife he leaves three sons H.V. Rudy of Fresno, A.J. Rudy of Fowler, and W.F. Rudy of Dinuba.
Santa Cruz Sentinel (May 16, 1913)
The funeral of the late William Rudy whose residence was N. Branciaforte took place Friday morning from Pacific Coast Undertaking Parlor under the auspices of the Owl Lodge. Rev. Leslie B. Biggs of the Congregation Church officiated.
The pall bearers were L.B. Huddleston, Joseph a Wenks, S.C. Pickle, A.M. Covell, C.E. Carmen and H.W. Ebert. Interment was made at SCruz/OMP.
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