Clipped From The Daily Independent
j i CHARLES WAGNER, OLD SOLDIER ! DIES THURSDAY Charles Wagner, aged S2, passed away Thursday afternoon at. 1:30 o'clock at his home, following an illness of complications and advanced years. Deceased was born at Belleville, 111., December 11. 1847, and moved to Jackson county in 1STG. where he was employed as blacksmith. He was one of the few surviving members of the G. A. R. Company B of the 149th Illinois Volunteer Infantry. He was also a member of the G. A, R. Post No. 128.' His wife preceded him in death about six years. He is survived by one'son. Joseph, at home, and two half .sisters, Mrs. Anna and Mrs. Caroline Wolff'"of St. Louis. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 0 o'clock i j | from st " Andrew's Catholic church, j nterment in gt. Andrew's Catholic cemetery. if , j jly Franks;g,.