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Old Soldiers: Santa Cruz County Civil War Veterans
by Robert L. Nelson
BUSH, CHARLES (1834-1910)
Santa Cruz Surf (October 8, 1910)
Charles Bush Passes Away Last Night
Charles Bush, an old gentleman who resided near Schwann Station at Twin Lakes was found dead in his house this morning. Bush was an old miner and was residing at Twin Lakes where he raised vegetables for a living. A neighbor named Cole called on him yesterday afternoon when he complained he was feeling unwell. This morning he called and went in the house to find that the old gentlemen had passed away during the night.
Santa Cruz Sentinel (October 9, 1910)
The funeral for Charles Bush will be held from Pacific Undertaking parlors on Tuesday Oct. 11 at 2:30 P.M.
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