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Burlington Free Press, March 16, 1916
Judge Belden's Uncle Buried
The funeral of Allen Belden, an uncle of E. B. (Ellsworth B.) Belden, of this Racine, circuit judge of this district was held at Rochester Saturday, the Rev. H. L. Sawyer officiating. Burial was in the Village Cemetery beside his parents, the late Judge and Mrs. Philo Belden, pioneers of and well known citizens of that village. Mr. Belden was 67 years of age, was born in Rochester and has resided in this county the greater part of his life. He has been in poor health for some time.

Burlington Standard Democrat, Friday, June 23, 1933.
Mrs. Etta Noble Belden Dies
Relatives were notified Saturday of the passing away of Mrs. Etta Noble Belden, aged 82 years, at St. Mary's hospital in Racine on Friday June 16. Mrs. Belden was the daughter of the late Mr. And Mrs. Simeon Noble, early pioneers of the English settlement, where deceased was born. She is survived by one sister, Eliza- Mrs. Allan Gooder of Washington, by one daughter, Mrs. John Wemmert of Racine, and one son, Hugh E. Burns, of Chicago. Burial was in Mound cemetery, Racine, Monday.
Rev. J. W. Perry officiated. Among those from here who attended the funeral were Mrs. Thomas Edwards, Mrs. James Edwards, Mrs. Frank O. Edwards and Mrs. Kenneth Weinke; and Mrs. Debert Noble of Dover."
(Note: She was second wife of Allen Belden and had been wife of Mr. Burns.)