Family: Ayer, Charles Mack / Ford, Nancy (F12457)

m. 4 Sep 1942

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  • Ayer, Charles MackFather | Male
    Ayer, Charles Mack

    Born  8 Nov 1924  Denver, Denver County, Colorado, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
    Died  7 Aug 1954  Myrtle Point, Coos County, Oregon, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
    Buried    Baggs Cemetery, Baggs, Carbon County, Wyoming, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
    Married  4 Sep 1942  [1]   
    Father  Ayer, Walter D. | F12456 Group Sheet 
    Mother  McCargar, Lula Louise | F12456 Group Sheet 

    Ford, NancyMother | Female
    Ford, Nancy

    Died  Unknown   

  • Sources 
    1. [S1018] Obituary, Craig, Colorado newspaper, 11 Aug 1954 (Reliability: 3).
      Craig, Colorado; August 11, 1954
      Charles Ayer Dies In Oregon, Funeral Services in Baggs.
      Charles Mack Ayer, 39, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ayer of Baggs and nephew of Mrs. Andy Stephens of Craig, and A. H. McCarger, Baggs, and died in Myrtle Point, Ore., Saturday evening where he had been under a doctors care for the past six months.
      Mr. Ayer had been ill since December and up to that time was emploued by the Wyoming highway patrol.
      Funeral services will be held in the Babbs Episcopal church at 2 o'clock Thursday aftenoon. Interment will be in the Baggs cemetery.
      He was born in Denver, on Nov. 8, 1924 and was raised in the Snake river valley and attended school at Baggs, where he graduated from high school in 1942.
      In March 1944, he enlisted in the infantry and was wounded in October of that year near the Belgium border while serving with the seventh armored division. He was discharged in 1946.
      During 1945 while in the service he was a guard at the first United Nations conference held in San Fancisco, Calif.
      He was employed as a deputy sheriff and radio operator with the Carbon County sheriff's office in January 1951 and worked their[sic] until about a year ago when he joined the Wyoming highway patrol and remained with the patrol until ill health forced him to resign. He was married to Nancy Ford, Rawlins on Sept. 4, 1952. He was a member of VFW post No. 9439 of Baggs.
      Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Nancy Ayer, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Ayer of Baggs and a sister, Donna Ayer of Baggs.

      Researched by Meg Asay

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