WILLIAM S. TUDOR, the son of Stephen and Rachel Tudor, was born in Fayette County, Ohio, March 20, 1840, and departed this life December 9, 1910, aged Seventy years, Eight months and Ninteen days. He was twice enlisted during the Civil War, and served eighteen months as a private in Company A., Forty-eighth Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and eighteen months as a Corporal in Company A., First Regiment Ohio Volunteer Calvary. He came to Indiana when a young man, and resided in Grant county since about 1870. In December, 1865, he was married to Margaret Pierce, who died in May 1874. To this union were born four children, Marie Tudor Spayde of Upland, Allen C. Tudor of Grant County, Charles A. Tudor of Iowa, and Alonzo Tudor of Matthews. In June, 1880, he was married to Lydia Ida Sheron. To this union were born two children, Grace Tudor Hall and Jesse B. Tudor, both of Marion. He was affiliated with the First Methodist Protestant Church of Marion, Indiana in 1892. He leaves to mourn their loss, six children, six grand-children, one brother, and one sister, besides a number of relatives and friends.