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STRAM, Charles John, obituary

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STRAM, Charles John, obituary

Posted: 1085272473000
Classification: Obituary
Edited: 1110052959000
Surnames: STRAM, HARRISON
The Klickitat County Agriculturist, Goldendale, WA., June 30, 1916, page 3
"County Doings"

C.J. Stram, an old-time resident of this section, passed away Monday, at his home on the Little Klickitat. He was about 55 years of age, and the immediate cause of death was diabetes.

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The Klickitat County Agriculturist, Goldendale, WA., July 7, 1916, page 2
"County Doings"

Charles John Stram was born the 20th day of August 1865, in DeKalb County, Ill., and departed this life June 27th, 1916, at Goldendale. In 1891 he was married to Ida Josephine Harrison of Miller County, Mo. To this union seven children were born; one child dying in infancy. The wife, children, five sisters and two brothers mourn the passing of this good man.

The first few years of his married life were spent in Illinois and Colorado, but in the spring of 1898 he moved to Oregon, later moving to Goldendale. He united with the Congregational church while he was in the east, and after coming to Goldendale joined the Presbyterian Church. The funeral services was held in the Presbyterian Church and the sermon was delivered by Rev. Henry T. Greene of the Methodist Episcopal church. The Ladies Quartette sang three beautiful numbers. The interment was in the local cemetery, and the service at the grave was in charge of the Woodman of the World.

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The Goldendale Sentinel, Goldendale, WA., July 6, 1916, page 1

CHARLES JOHN STRAM

Charles John Stram was born the 20th day of August 1865, in DeKalb County, Ill., and he departed this life June 27th, 1916, at Goldendale, Washington. In 1891 he was married to Ida Josephine Harrison, of Miller County, Mo. To this union seven children were born; one child dying in infancy. The wife, children, five sisters and two brothers mourn  with a host of friends and acquaintances, the passing of this good man.

The first few years of his married life were spent in Illinois and Colorado, but in the spring of 1898 he moved to Oregon, later moving to Goldendale.

He united with the Congregational Church while he was in the east, and after coming to Goldendale, joined the Presbyterian Church. The funeral services was held in the Presbyterian Church, and the sermon was delivered by Rev. Henry T. Greene, of the Methodist Episcopal Church. The Ladies Quartet sang three beautiful numbers. The interment occured in the Odd Fellows' Cemetery, and the services at the grave were in charge of the Woodman.

CARD OF THANKS

The undersigned wish to express a deep and heartfelt thanks for the many acts of kindness, during this, our great hour of breavement.

The Family.

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