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Old Soldiers: Santa Cruz County Civil War Veterans
by Robert L. Nelson
FUHRER, CHARLES (1839-1927)
Santa Cruz Sentinel (March 17, 1927)
Oakwood Memorial Park
DIED: FUHRER In Santa Cruz, March 16, Charles Fuhrer, aged 88 years 1 month and 10 days; native of Pennsylvania.
The funeral of the deceased will be held on Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at Chase's mortuary. Interment at SCruz/OMP cemetery. Friends and acquaintances are invited to attend.
Charles Fuhrer Dies at 88 Years
Charles Fuhrer, who was a month over 88 years of age passed away yesterday at his home at 266 Riverside avenue.
Mr. Fuhrer was a native of Pennsylvania and resided at his home with his wife.
The body is at Chase mortuary. The funeral will be held from there at ten o'clock on Saturday and the burial will be at SCruz/OMP cemetery.
Santa Cruz Sentinel (March 20, 1927)
Funeral of Charles Fuhrer
The funeral services over Charles Fuhrer were held yesterday morning at the chapel of Chase's mortuary.
The services were conducted by W.P. Pearson of the First Baptist church.
The hymn, "Lead Kindly Light" was sung by Mrs. Virginia Smith.
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