Death: Charles James Williams

Published in Shamokin News-Dispatch on 08/04/1931, page 2, column 2.

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Death: Charles James Williams - DIPHTHERIA IS FATAL FOR LITTLE BOY Two-Year-Old...
DIPHTHERIA IS FATAL FOR LITTLE BOY Two-Year-Old Two-Year-Old Two-Year-Old Two-Year-Old Two-Year-Old Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams of 1408 West Montgomery Street Succumbs to Dread Disease Charles James, two and one-half one-half one-half year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams, the latter nee Harriet Kr stetter. died late last evening a'- a'- the family residence, 1408 West Mont gomery street, a victim of diphtheria. The bright and interesting boy was stricken ill a week ago and a short time later diphtheria manifested itself. itself. Heroic serums and medical treatments treatments were administered but the child failed to respond and succumbed succumbed quite suddenly last evening. The grief-stricken grief-stricken grief-stricken parents, two brothers and three sisters survive. The funeral will be held from the home tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock and will be strictly private. Burial will be made in the Odd Fello:;3' cemetery.

Clipped from Shamokin News-Dispatch04 Aug 1931, TuePage 2

Shamokin News-Dispatch (Shamokin, Pennsylvania)04 Aug 1931, TuePage 2
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  • Death: Charles James Williams — Published in Shamokin News-Dispatch on 08/04/1931, page 2, column 2.

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