Sunday, January 27, 2013

Commander Charles R. Beyer – Sunday's Obituary

BEYER - In Keesler Air Force Hospital, Biloxi, Miss. on Wednesday, November 8, 1961, at 2:25 o'clock p. m., COMMANDER CHARLES R. BEYER, of Bay St. Louis, Miss., aged 66 years; husband of Mary Hogan, father of Charles Beyer of Long Beach, Calif., Mrs. Peter Benvenutti of Woodbridge, Va., and Mrs. Neal Burns of Norman, Okla.; brother of Admiral E. F. Beyer of Bay St. Louis, Harry M. Beyer of New Orleans, La., and Mrs. Morris B. De Pass of Fenton, Miss; also survived by nine grandchildren.
Relatives and friends of the family are invited attend the funeral.
Services from the Faney–Whitfield Funeral Home, Bay ST. Louis, Miss., on Friday, November 10, 1961, at 9:15 o'clock a. m. Religious services at Our Lady of the Gulf Catholic church at 10 a. m.
Interment in St. Mary's cemetery, Bay St. Louis, Miss.
(Times-Picayune  (New Orleans, LA) Nov. 10, 1961, p.: 2)

According to the burial was at Saint Marys Cemetery, Bay Saint Louis, Hancock County, Mississippi.

Commander Charles Beyer was born 18 November 1894 and died 8 November 1961. He served in the US Navy during WWI and WWII. He is my first cousin once removed.

Posted by Ron Setzer

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  1. Marilyn, Charlene, Glenda, Sammie, Sandi Denise, Marsha and so many of other Root Cellar Members (and others too.....saw some from Davis GS & GAS) attended the Central Library presentation on Evernote by Lisa Louise Cooks. Room was ful. Thanks Beth.
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