My father shared many stories about Theodore, as was told to him by his father. One thing of particular importance, was that Theodore worked for sometime with the railroad in the late 1800's. Sometime prior to 1900, Theodore lost his right arm. It was cut off, while he was working. Apparently, his arm became caught, somehow, between the cuplings of the cars. Before being able to remove his arm, either the engine car went forward or backward, but his arm was immediately amputated in the cupling.
Madonna Tavernier Holden, Theodore's great great granddaughter
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