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Mr. Charles A. Johnson

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The Seattle Times
Friday, November 13, 1942
Page 30, Column 2


Charles A. Johnson

Funeral services for Charles A. Johnson, Seattle cabinet maker who died Wednesday after a long illness, will be held at 1 o’clock tomorrow in the Clark Rafferty Chapel.

Mr. Johnson, born in Colorado Spring, Colorado, 61 years ago, had resided here 34 years.

Surviving are his widow, Lilly, at the family home, 8 Etruria Street; a daughter, Mrs. L.C. Nelson and two sons, Lloyd and Kenneth Johnson, all of Seattle; his mother, Mrs. F. Johnson, Los Angeles; three brothers, Chris Johnson, Endicott, Whitman County and Eli and Walter Johnson, Portland, Oregon; five sisters, Mrs. C.T. Higgins, Mount Vernon and Mrs. H. Hamilton, Mrs. L. White, Mrs. J.R. Thomas and Mrs. J.S. Hendricks, all of Los Angeles and two grandchildren.


Generously contributed by: Sheila Simpson