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Old Soldiers: Santa Cruz County Civil War Veterans
by Robert L. Nelson
HEATHER, CLINTON B
Watsonville Pajaronian (November 2, 1917)
Clinton B Heather Summoned by Death
Clinton B Heather, an uncle of Mrs. Sam C. Trickle, who has been making his home with the Trickles at 123 Second Street in this city for some time past, passed away yesterday at the age of seventy two years as a result of an incident of old age.
The funeral will be held from Weinberger Company's funeral parlor this afternoon at 2:30. The remains will be shipped to Cypress Lawn crematory for cremation.
Deceased leaves the following relatives; Mrs. Sam Trickle and Miss Ruby M. Crawford, nieces; and Fred H Gould of this city, a nephew. Mr. Trickle [Heather] was a Civil War veteran and a member of the Masonic order in Wisconsin. His friends will regret his passing away.
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