Death of Charles E. Price at his home on Preston Street at 5 pm Thursday, March 16, 1939, after
but 2 days' illness with flu-pneumonia, came as a great shock to his friends and acquaintances
throughout the village and town of Camden. Mr. Price, 40, and in the prime of life, had been
a mechanic in the Highway Department of Camden for the last three and a half years. Tuesday
night, when he returned from his day's work he was feeling badly and retired early. Getting up
Wednesday morning he fell to the floor in a semiconscious condition and remained so until death.
Charles Edmund Price was born in Camden, December 22, 1898, a son of Mrs. Elizabeth Sweet Price,
of the Mexico Road and the late Sidney D. Price. On July 1, 1925, at Fulton he married Miss
Minnie M. Woodard, the Rev. William Caldwell performing the ceremony.
Mr. Price had lived here all his life. He was a graduate of the Detroit School of Mechanics
and was a member of the Trinity Episcopal Church.
Surviving besides his widow, are his mother; ten children: Marjorie, Emma, Betty, Barbara,
Edmund, Richard, Raymond, David, Everett and Donald; two brothers: Walter C. Price and David S.
Price, both of Camden; 3 sisters Mrs. Charles Congden, North Bay; Mrs. Floyd Scoville, and Miss
Celia Price, Camden. He leaves also several nieces and nephews.
Profound sympathy of the community goes out to the bereaved family circle.
The Rev. Alfred Martin, rector of Trinity Episcopal Church, officiated at the funeral serveces
for Mr. Price which were largely attended Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the B.A. Sanborn and
Son funeral home.
The pall bearers were Earl Grinell, Herman Walker, Clarence Keil, Thomas Fanning, Wilfred Bliss
and Carlson Milliman.
Relatives and friends from out of town attending the services were Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Farnholtz, Little Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Kramer, Manlius; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hamilton,
Mr. and Mrs. George Best and son, Fulton; Mr. and Mrs. William Wall, Manlius; Mr. and Mrs.
James Lybolt, Syracuse; Mrs. Milded Gaffey and son Roy, Syracuse; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sweatland,
Williamstown; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Congden, Carterville.
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