Date of Death: 9 Oct 1891
Subject: Joseph Reddick
Source: Savannah Reporter, Oct 1891

One by one the old landmarks and pioneer settlers are passing away, constantly reminding us of the ever consuming process of time which illegible the way of all earth.  Joseph Reddick, sen., died at the home of his son-in-law, Judge Joseph Peters, near Cosby, at 11 o'clock a.m., on Friday, October 9, 1891; his age is 91 years, 8 months and 23 days.  The funeral took place Saturday, October 10, and the remains were placed in the Long branch cemetery to peacefully repose until that Great Day.  Joseph Reddick, sen., was born near Oxford, Ohio, in the year of 1800; after a brief residence in Indiana, he removed to this State, of which he has been a resident for more than forty years.  He was a devoted Christian and a member of the Christian church, at Long Branch.  He leaves five sons and one daughter, three of whom live in this county, Benj. and Wm. Reddick and Mrs. Joseph Peters, James, M. Reddick lived near Coffeyville, Kans.; Joseph, Jr., and Payton Reddick reside near Seattle, Washington.  Grandpa is borne to that land whence no traveler returns.