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Charles E. Fletcher
 
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Name Charles E. Fletcher
Gender Male
Birth? 1871 Clark, Washington, United States
Marriage ABT 1901 Douglas, Washington, United Statesto Alfreda H. Kummer

part of the Early Families of Douglas Co. Washington Project [1]

Fletcher Index

1910 census Douglas Co. WA - Waterville - Dist 48 - HH 59 Charles E. Fletcher age 38 married 9 years WA MO KS

Alfreda H. (wife) age 28 married 9 years mother of 2/2 living IL GER GER

Arnold A. (son) age 8 WA WAIL

Louise J. age 4 WA WA IL

1920 census Waterville, Douglas Co. WA Dist 39 HH 16 Charles E. Fletcher age 48 WA OH IN

Alfreda H. age 38 IL GER GER

Arnold A. age 17 WA WA IL

Louise J(?) age 13 WA WA IL

Gordon K. age 9 WA WA IL

Jeff age 7 WA WA IL

Eileen C. age 5 WA WA IL

Jack E. age 4 yrs 6 months WA WA IL


1930 census Waterville, Douglas Co. WA - Dist 30 HH 42 Charles E. Fletcher age 58 age 29 at marriage OR OH IN manager of Hardware Store

Alfreda H. age 48 age 19 at marriage IL GER GER

Gordon K. age 19 WA OR IL

Jeff age 17 WA OR IL

Eileen age 13 WA OR IL

Jack E. age 14 WA OR IL


1945 Charles dies in Douglas Co. WA - buried Fraternity Cemetery, Waterville, Douglas Co. WA

1950 Alfreda Kummer Fletcher dies in Douglas Co. WA - buried Fraternity Cemetery, Waterville, Douglas Co. WA

from the Waterville Big Bend Empire 26 May 1921 Charley Fletcher says he had an awful time keeping Jack Friel straight with the world while they were down at the State College. He says after they went through the big round barn, Jack was completely lost to all directions and he served as an official guide for him during the rest of their visit.

from the Waterville Big Bend Empire 17 Nov 1921 Chas. Fletcher claims he had a narrow escape this morning with a short-change artist. The fellow came into the store to buy 15 cents worth of nails, and handed him a $20 bill. He then decided he did not want to break the $20 and gave him a ten, then said he had a five. When they finally got the transaction about closed, the fellow was leaving with a five spot that belonged in the till. Charlie "called" him. He gave it back and hurried out.

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  1.   1900 census Brewster, Douglas, Washington, United States.

    with sister Esther Fletcher Gillespie & family

  2.   1910 census Waterville, Douglas, Washington, United States.
  3.   1920 census Waterville, Douglas, Washington, United States.
  4.   1930 census Waterville, Douglas, Washington, United States.