1867 - 1934 (67 years)
||Charles Stewart Gehr |
||25 Mar 1934
||Hollywood, Broward County, Florida, USA
- cause of death: apoplexy
- from the March 27, 1934 issue of the Tribune Republican:
Death of Charles S. Gehr
Charles S. Gehr, 67, died at his winter home in Hollywood, Florida, Sunday morning. He was a son of the late Mary Amelia Gehr and Wilson Gehr, and a nephew of the late Hon. Stewart H. Wilson.
For many years Mr. Gehr was a respected business man of Linesville, his last connection having been with the Linesville State Bank. He served as president of the bank for several years prior to his retirement in 1932, occasioned by ill health.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Clara Bunday Gehr; a daughter, Mrs. Clifford Thompson of Meadville; two sisters, Mrs. Louella Parks of Conneaut Lake and Mrs. Alta Bunnell of Linesville; also one grandson, Charles Stewart Thompson of Meadville.
The body will arrive in Linesville Wednesday morning with funeral serivces to be held from the family residence Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, in charge of Rev. W.H. Downing. Interment will be made in the Linesville Cemetery.
||29 Mar 1934
||Linesville Cemetery, Linesville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, USA
- Section Y, Lot 1, Grave 1
||Gehr, Charles Stewart
Plot: Section Y, Lot 1, Grave 1
- Per the June 15, 1883 issue of the "Crawford Journal:" Charley Gehr and Miss Louella, orphans of the late Wilson Gehr, will make their future home a their uncle's Mr. J.W. Gehr.
||28 May 2016 |
||Clara S. Bunday, b. 1867, d. 23 Sep 1961, Roanoke, Roanoke City, Virginia, USA (Age 94 years) |
||10 Apr 1890
||Linesville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, USA
- from a scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
Charles Gehr of Linesville married Clara S. Bunday of Linesville April 10, 1890, at the residence of the bride's parents by Rev. W.W. Dewey.
from another scrapbook at the same place:
The residence of Mr. SE Bunday was the scene of an unostentatious yet brilliant wedding - the marriage of Miss Clara S. Bunday and Mr. Charles S. Gehr, Thursday evening, April 10, 1890. At 8 o'clock the wedding march struck up, Mrs. George Stratton, sister of the bride, and Miss Mabel Dewey at the piano, as the bridal party entered the parlor. Rev. W.W. Dewey spoke the words of union; congratulations followed, and also the wedding supper. Thirty intimate friends and relatives composed the company, and bestowed many presents upon the worthy couple, who stand high in the estimation of Linesville people, and all who know them.
Mr. and Mrs. Gehr are cosily situated in their own home.
|+||1. Mildred Salina Gehr, b. 17 Jun 1899, Linesville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, USA , d. 28 May 1989, Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky, USA (Age 89 years)|
||28 May 2016 |