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 - hospital way nt welcome, Woman the CHAKI.ES F....
hospital way nt welcome, Woman the CHAKI.ES F. MAT,! Charles !·'. Man, 70.. one of the best known men in Hamilton for 30 years a pattern maker at Niles Tool Works, died late yesterday yesterday at his home, 47 Hancock avenue. avenue. He was born in G e r m May 2, 1801, tout came to America when ten years old and located Dayton, moving to Hamilton 48 years ago. He was a charier member of Carpenters' union nnd in r.ddillon was a member of the Oerman Beneficial Union, the Niles Mutual Society nnri St. Paul's Church. The widow, Caroline, n daughter, Mrs. Minnie Sell of canton. Ohio, and a son. Harry, of Toledo, and three, grandchildren survive. Mr. Mau was (lie last of (en children. The f u n e r a l will be held Grlcsmer-Orim f u n e r a l North Srrond street, Monday a f noon at 2 o'clock. Rev. William breclit, o f f l c i n t i n g . B Cireentt'cod cemetery. Friends, requested (o omit flowers may call nt I he Inncral home 2 to 9 p. m. Sunday.

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  1. The Journal News,
  2. 07 Mar 1931, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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