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Obituary for Charles H. Young
Unknown - 11 March, 1933
From The Caldwell News-Tribune, 
dated Thursday, 16 March, 1933

Contributed by Dennis McIndoo


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Body of Dead
  Youth Arrives
    Here Thursday


Charles H. Young and Wife
Are Gassed at Vancouver,
Wash., Home


     The body of Private Charles H. Young of the United States army, son of Mrs. B. C. Young of this city, arrived in Caldwell Thursday noon from Vancouver, Wash., accompanied by Private Martin E. Pilgrim of Vancouver.  Young and his wife were found dead in bed at their residence at 124 West 16th St. in Vancouver, Monday.  Their deaths were caused by gas from a defective gas meter.
     Young completed a four-year term in the army last year and re-enlisted April 1, 1932.  During his furlough last June, he visited in Caldwell.  The couple had been married less than a year.
     Mrs. Young, who is survived by a mother and sister in Oregon, will be buried in Vancouver.
     Besides his mother, Young is survived by a sister, Mrs. A. C. Newton of Caldwell.  Funeral services were incomplete Thursday afternoon.  It is probable that a military funeral will be held.
     The body is at the Peckham funeral chapel.


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