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CHARLES H. ROBEY

Respected Resident of City [Upper Sandusky, Wyandot Co, OH] Passes Away Sunday [15 MAY 1932] Night

Charles H. Robey, highly respected resident, of this city, passed into the sleep of death at his home on South Eighth street Sunday night at 10:40 o'clock. Death was due to kidney trouble, with which he had been in ailing health for the past five years. Mr. Robey had been seriously ill for the past four weeks.

Charles Henry Roby (sic) was born July 8, 1862, in Hamilton county [OH], the son of William J. and Mary Miller Robey, both long since deceased, he being aged 69 years, 10 months and 7 days at the time of his demise. When only one year of age, his parents moved with him to this county [Wyandot Co, OH] where Mr. Robey has made his home since, residing during the past nine years in this city. Mr. Robey was united in marriage to Miss Louise Grundtisch who survives, on October 4, 1893. To this union were born three children, one child passing away in infancy. Two sons, Harry Robey, of this city, and Robert Robey, of west of town, survive, with six grandchildren. Mr. Robey is also survived by four brothers and two sisters, namely: William J. Robey, of Bucyrus [Crawford Co, OH]; Frank Robey, of Dayton [Montgomery Co, OH]; J.A. Robey, of this city; and Clifford Robey, of near this city; May, wife of J.A. Gatchell, of Wharton [Wyandot Co, OH], and Lizzie, wife of Elias Stoneburner, of Forest [Hardin Co, OH]. One sister, Miss Belle Robey, preceded her brother in death. Mr. Robey was a members (sic) of the Reformed church, in this city. Mr. Robey was also a member of the Warpole lodge, No. 176, F.&A.M., McCutchen chapter, No. 96, R.A.M., and U.S. Council, No. 98, R.&S.M. During his active life, be (sic) followed the occupation of farming, residing west of this city. Mr. Robey gathered a host of friends and acquaintances both in this city and through the county through his friendliness and fine companionship, who join the family in mourning their loss.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday [18 MAY 1932] afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Bringman & Co. funeral home with Rev. G.W. Good, pastor of the Trinity Reformed church, in charge. Burial will be made in Old Mission cemetery. The Masonic lodge will attend in a body. The body was taken to the Bringman funeral home for preparation and was removed to the home Monday afternoon where it will rest until 1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Friends are requested to please omit flowers.

--The Daily Chief, Upper Sandusky, OH, Monday, 16 May 1932

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