Clipped From The Times-Picayune
DEATH OF CAPTAIN GLADDEN. GEORGES la the death of Captain George Glldden, which is announced in- in- another column, passes away another of the notables of New Orleans. He was a native of Newcastle Newcastle Me., and formerly a shipmaster. He married and settled here in the early part of the "forties" in the ship chandlery and tow bo at business, under the firm name of Glldden & Snew and subsequently Glldden & Marshall, and retired from business ten years ago. Two daughtera by his first wife snrvive him Mrs. B. B. Temple, wife of Dr. Temple, of Danville. Va, and Mrs. Tbos. J. Woodward, of this city. His second second wife waa Widow Samuel Whitney, who died a little over one year ago. Captain Glldden was a warm friend, a good citizen, upright and honest in all of his dealings, and one whose word waa as his bend. His death will be regretted by a host of friends, who feel that not only have they but this city has austalned an Irrepar able loss. Mrs. Temple-waa Temple-waa Temple-waa on a -visit -visit to her father at the time of his death.