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Clarence E. Wagner

August 23, 1882 - December 1969

Eldora “Dora” Wademan Wagner
March 1880 - 1945

LaRue K. Wagner
1914 - 1938

John F. Wagner
1918 - 1947

St. Paul’s United Church of Christ Cemetery, Numidia, PA

Dora Wademan and Clarence Wagner with children LaRue K. and John F. Wagner

Dora was the only child of Catherine Fetterman Wagner. She first showed up in the census for 1880 as a granddaughter of Catharine Yeager Fetterman; she was listed as 3 months old and born in March. In 1990, she showed up in the census as Dora Fetterman, stepdaughter of William Wagner and his wife Catherine. As of 1910, Dora was living with her husband Clarence Wagner in the home of her uncle, George Fetterman. At this time, she and Clarence were married two years and had no children. Clarence was working as a laborer on the Fetterman family farm in Locust Township, Columbia County, PA. By 1920, Clarence was now farming on his own, and Dora’s widowed mother and Uncle George were living with them. Both of their children, daughter LaRue and son John, were also with them. (Of note is that the name “LaRue” is usually a man’s name and many mistakes are made in the census images, but for this particular census, the census enumerator was Clarence E. Wagner.) The census for 1930 shows Clarence and Dora living with their two children, who were now attending school. Nothing more about the children of this marriage is known, however the flag by the headstone shows that John was a veteran of WWII.

Headstone documented June 3, 2004.