By the 1930 census she was married to Clarence Remme, who was 14 years her junior. In the 1930 census she was a homemaker with a 3 month old daughter, Orella and husband, Clarence was a clerk in a cigar store. I have not found many other records for Caroline.
What stories I was told was that she lost her leg to diabetes and had a wooden leg with a shoe attached. My mother recalls that all of her life, she knew of the wooden leg so it may have happened soon after her marriage. My only recollection was that after my great aunt's passing, the wooden leg, which was rather dark and primitive looking, was in the rafters of my grandfather's garage and we often made stories about it.
Caroline passed away on October 7, 1966.
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