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May 27, 2002 | MYRNA OLIVER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dr. Richard D. Mudd, the patriarch who led a family crusade to overturn the conviction of his grandfather, Dr. Samuel A. Mudd, for aiding Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth, has died at 101. Mudd, who took his cause to presidents, senators and the public and never gave up, died May 21 in his Saginaw, Mich., home of causes associated with old age. Even without its quixotic champion, the cause continues. In September, the U.S.
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May 27, 2002 | MYRNA OLIVER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dr. Richard D. Mudd, the patriarch who led a family crusade to overturn the conviction of his grandfather, Dr. Samuel A. Mudd, for aiding Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth, has died at 101. Mudd, who took his cause to presidents, senators and the public and never gave up, died May 21 in his Saginaw, Mich., home of causes associated with old age. Even without its quixotic champion, the cause continues. In September, the U.S.
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June 3, 1991 | BOB SECTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Even if his name wasn't Mudd, even if he hadn't spent more than seven decades obsessed by that skeleton rattling around in the family closet, Richard Mudd would be a pretty remarkable fellow. At 91, he's updating the two-volume, 1,800-page Mudd family biography he first published 40 years ago. He's planning to lead a tour of history buffs to a remote Florida island this summer.
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March 20, 2002 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Her name was Mudd, and she devoted much of her life to defending the reputation of her notorious grandfather and ensuring that his historic Maryland home was preserved. Louise Mudd Arehart, a granddaughter of the Maryland country doctor who treated John Wilkes Booth's broken leg after he assassinated President Abraham Lincoln, died of complications from a stroke March 11 in La Plata, Md. She was 84. Dr. Samuel A.
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March 20, 2002 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Her name was Mudd, and she devoted much of her life to defending the reputation of her notorious grandfather and ensuring that his historic Maryland home was preserved. Louise Mudd Arehart, a granddaughter of the Maryland country doctor who treated John Wilkes Booth's broken leg after he assassinated President Abraham Lincoln, died of complications from a stroke March 11 in La Plata, Md. She was 84. Dr. Samuel A.
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January 19, 1989
The would-be operator of a teen-age disco was given a suspended three-year sentence and placed on probation after pleading guilty to possessing cocaine in his office at the Distillery West. Among the conditions of Richard Vander's probation are that he enter a drug-treatment program and pay a fine of $200. He was sentenced Tuesday by Vista Superior Court Judge Richard Mudd.
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June 3, 1991 | BOB SECTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Even if his name wasn't Mudd, even if he hadn't spent more than seven decades obsessed by that skeleton rattling around in the family closet, Richard Mudd would be a pretty remarkable fellow. At 91, he's updating the two-volume, 1,800-page Mudd family biography he first published 40 years ago. He's planning to lead a tour of history buffs to a remote Florida island this summer.
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