Title: William E. Selph, Jr., Genealogy of the Joseph Campbell Family Four Generations Corrected to June 1st, 1924 The Agitator Wellsboro, Tioga Co., PA Tombstone
Page: Wed., 2/16/1944, p3
Note: Military - WW1 * * * Wellsboro Agitator of Feb 16, 1944, p3 has: THE LATE C. E. OWLETT Knoxville, Feb. 15—Charles E. Owlett died suddenly at his home in Knoxville Thursday morning, Feb. 3. He was born at Nelson, Pa., Sept. 9, 1892, son of Andrew and Anna Bosard Owlett. On May 7, 1919, he married Leah K. Butler, of Sabinsville. They had always lived in this vicinity except a few years in Addison and Middleport, N. Y. For the past ten years he had worked with the carpenter repair gang at he Westfield tannery, but resided n Knoxville. He was a veteran of world war 1, and his son is a radio operator in this war. He is survived besides his widow by four children, Martha Ann, Gweneth L., and Andrew H., at home, Pvt. Charles B., of Fort Bliss, Texas, mother-in-law, Mrs. Martha Butler, of Sabinsville, and the following sisters and brothers, Mrs. Faye Whitney, of Middleport, N. Y., Mrs. Jessie Leonard, John Carlton ans [sic] Mark, of Nelson, Burton, of Towanda, and Mac, of Hemlock, Mich; one aunt, Mrs. Amelia Bowman, of Towanda; two uncles. Bert Owlett, of Knoxville, and Thomas, of Ulysses, and several nieces and nephews. The funeral was held at the Baptist church, at Knoxville, Rev. Stanton, officiating; prayers by Rev- Owens and song by Hazel Cooper; burial in the Nelson cemetery. The American Legion Post, No. 519, acted as pallbearers and took part in the services at the cemetery.
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