Obituary for CHARLES N HALE

Transcribed and submitted by Rebecca Alexander, © 1999, 2000.

The Edgerton (Kan.) Journal, Dec. 6, 1907.

Charles N. Hale Dead

The subject of this short sketch came to McCamish township from Ohio in the spring of 1867, and has continuously made his home on the farm, 9 miles north of Edgerton, where he settled at that time. Mr. Hale was taken sick about two years ago of heart trouble and was in feeble health until the time of his death last Monday morning at 8 o'clock. The deceased was a member of an Ohio regiment during the war o [sic] the Rebellion and served his country faithfully until he was severely wounded in the hand. He was a prominent member of the Odd Fellows, Masons, G.A.R. and the Grange, and was highly respected by all who knew him. Mr. Hale was cousin of our townsmen, B.A., W.L. and John Hale. A wife, son and daughter survive him. The funeral services were held at the home Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock, after which the remains were taken to Gardner for burial. The bereaved family and relatives have the sincere sympathy of all in their sorrow.

The following Edgerton relatives and friends attended the funeral: Mrs. M. Jewett, D.R. Hale, F.E. Hale, John Hale, J.F. Hastings J.T. Waddell and W.A. Starr.

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