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    1. [PEART] Charles William Peart - WV to Medford, Oregon
    2. This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Author: Contribution Surnames: Classification: obituary Message Board URL: Message Board Post: Medford (Oregon) Mail Tribune, Friday, 5 Jul 1918, p. 6 PEART - Charles William Peart, the well known East Side dairyman, died at his home, 319 Portland avenue, at 5:20 a.m., July 4th, after an illness of seven weeks with pneumonia, aged 62 years, seven months and 20 days. Heleaves a wife, two sons, Emerson Peart, of Fort Dodge, Iowa, and George D. Peart, member 171st Aviation squadron, now in England, three daughters, Miss Gladys Peart, Mrs. W. L. Valentin and Mrs. A. F. Stennett, all of Medford. Mr. Peart was born in West Virginia, November 14, 1855 and was married May 16, 1881, to Miss Elizabeth Ann Hanion at Manson, Iowa. Besides hisimmediate family he leaves three brothers and five sisters, Thomas Peart, Shawnee, Ohio; George and John Peart, Des Moines, Iowa; Mrs. Mary Jones, Newark, Ohio; Mrs. Millie Bentham, Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Elizabeth Nair, St. Joseph, Mo., and Mrs. Emma Young, Chicago, Illinois. Mr. Peart came to Medford seven years ago from Fort Dodge, Iowa, and soon established the East Side dairy which he continued to operate until the first of last June, when on account of ill health he disposed of the business, intending to take a vacation in automobile travel along the coast and a long rest before again embarking in business. The funeral arrangements will be delayed until the arrival of the eldest son, Emerson Peart, who is now en route from Fort Dodge, Iowa. Important Note: The author of this message may not be subscribed to this list. If you would like to reply to them, please click on the Message Board URL link above and respond on the board. <br>

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