DEATHS

Charlevoix Co MI

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NAME BIRTH DEATH NOTES
BARNHART, Mrs. Carl   May 1918 Source: Grand Rapids Press (13 May 1918) transcribed by Marla Zwakman dead at Charlevoix.
BLACK, Henry 60y Sep 1920 Source: Grand Rapids Press (27 Sept. 1920) transcribed by Marla Zwakman Resident of Charlevoix county for many years, dropped dead at the home of his brother, Albert Black
GRUDY, Mrs. William   Apr 1916 Source: Grand Rapids Press (3 Apr. 1916) transcribed by Marla Zwakman Charlevoix, April 3. –Mrs. William Grudy, aged resident of this place, is dead at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Roy Kane, in Elgin, Ill.
HERRINGTON, Mae   Nov 1916 Source: Grand Rapids Press (6 Nov. 1916) transcribed by Marla Zwakman Petoskey, Nov. 6. – Mrs. Mae Herrington of Charlevoix, died here from gangrene poisoning. One of her legs was amputated a few days ago in an effort to save her life but without avail.
KELLEY, Mrs. Harry 22y Sep 1921 Source: Grand Rapids Press (22 Sept. 1921) transcribed by Marla Zwakman Mrs. Harry Kelley, 22, for 13 years a resident of Boyne City, died at Harbor Springs Tuesday while visiting friends.
MEGGISON, Rachel Nixon 36y Mar 1922 Source: Grand Rapids Press (7 Mar. 1922) transcribed by Marla Zwakman Of Charlevoix is dead after a two years’ illness resulting from an attack of influenza. She is survived by the husband and five children.
MOBLO, Grandma   28 Feb 1885 The Charlevoix Sentinel -- of Banks died last week aged 101 years.
MILLER, John C.   May 1918 Source: Grand Rapids Press (6 May 1918) transcribed by Marla Zwakman
MOSES, Elihu   Dec 1920 Source: Grand Rapids Press (6 Dec. 1920) transcribed by Marla Zwakman Former resident of Charlevoix, died in Cleveland, O.
ROSS, Alexander M. 85y Mar 1922 Source: Grand Rapids Press (7 Mar. 1922) transcribed by Marla Zwakman Died at Charlevoix at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. H. Cooper. He was the oldest member of the Masonic lodge in the city and had resided in the town for 54 years.
SKINNER, Mrs. James   1887 Died Recently (The Charlevoix Sentinel Wednesday, October 12, 1887 Page 1 Column 5 from Patrick McCleary)

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