The fact that Edna is not listed in the Social Security Death Index does not inherently mean that she remarried after her husband died. SSDI only lists those individuals whose deaths have been reported to the Social Security Administration. Deaths are usually reported if the person was receiving benefits at the time of death (in order to get the checks to stop). If she died before 1963, then she would have been under the age of 60 at the time of her death and would have been unlikely to have been receiving benefits. In addition, the SSDI started in 1962 and there are very, very few deaths in it before that time. If she died in 1954, the chances are very remote that she would be there at all -- whether she'd remarried or not.
You can still access her social security information by requesting as SSN search as follows:
Send $29 and provide the following information: full name, state of birth, and date of birth to:
Social Security Administration
OEO FOIA Workgroup
300 N. Green Street
P.O. Box 33022
Baltimore, Maryland 21290-3022
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