Hugh Malcolm Allerdice 
- Born: September 22, 1884, , Jefferson, Iowa, USA
- Died: December 15, 1946, Mystic, Appanoose, Iowa, USA at age 62
Obituary 19 Dec 1946 Mystic, IA Freight Crew Han Former Mystic Man Dies in Ottumwa Injured years ago in Wreck.
Body brought Here for Buriel at Highland
A former resident of Mystic Hugh M. Allerdice, who resided
Aformer resident of Mystic Hugh M. Allerdice, who resided in Ottumwa for15 years, died Sunday morning at; the Ottumwa Hospital where he had been takenfollowing a cerebral hemorrhage Mr. Allerdice had been employed for 22 years in the Milwaukee freight service His home was at 1818 Gladstone Street.
Mr. Allerdice, it will be remembered, sustained injuries in train wreck at theRathbun crossing nine years ago and had not been in good health since, and wasforced to quit work last January.
Following services held at the Johnson funeral home in Ottumwa at 10:30 a.m., the body was brought to Mystic for burial inHighland cemetery. Funeral services were held here at the Christian church, being conducted by Rev. Bruce B. Matthews, pastor of the Davis Stree
Christian Church, Ottumwa.
Hugh M. Allerdice was born in Jefferson County and was the sonof Alexander and Mary E. Alexander is survived by his wife Mildred, a stepson, Richard, and the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Mable Blythe, of Centerville; Mrs. Kate parsons, Mankato, Man., William of Memphis, Mo., and Charles, of Auburn Wash. preceding him in death were his parents, two sisters and onebrother.
Mr. Allerdice was a member of the Brotherhood of Railway.
Hugh married Mildred Reed Hentschel  [MRIN: 8013].