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Old Soldiers: Santa Cruz County Civil War Veterans
by Robert L. Nelson
FASE, HENRY (1839-1912)
Santa Cruz Surf (September 26, 1912)
Oakwood Memorial Park
Death of Henry Fase
Henry Fase died last night at his residence at 263 Seabright Ave. where has resided with his wife.
Death was from paralysis, he having received his third stroke last Sunday. Mr. Fase was 73 year of age and a native Germany.
The funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at his late residence and will be conducted by his pastor Elder George Cooper, who will be assisted by Elder I.N. Archibald.
Santa Cruz Sentinel (September 27, 1912)
Good Man Passes Away
Henry Fase, a native of Germany aged 73 years died at his home 267 Seabright Ave. Wednesday evening, death resulting from a third stroke of paralysis, which he received Sunday. The deceased leaves a wife to mourn his loss. Mr. Fase was a good man, generous and hospitable. He was an active member of the Advent Christian Church and was not so old but that he was active with the younger people in the Sunday school being a member of the Men's Bible Class. Past George F. Cooprider and Elder I. N. Archibald will officiate at the funeral.
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