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  (b. 6 February 1912 Boise, Idaho, USA   d. 6 July 2006 Boise, Idaho, USA )  
Age: 94

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Charles Henry FOSTER was born 6 February 1912 in Boise, Idaho, USA

Charles Henry FOSTER was the child of Charles Joseph FOSTER   and   Mary Etta MOSS and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Wilson W FOSTER and Junietta (Juney Etta) BERRY (maternal)  Charles Henry MOSS and Margaret "Maggie" HAMILTON

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Charles Henry  married  Ellen Ann BRUNZELL 27 June 1934 in Nampa, Idaho, USA .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Ellen Ann BRUNZELL  was born 19 December 1914 in Murphy, Owyhee, Idaho, USA.  Ellen Ann died 12 September 1998 in Boise, Idaho, USA.  Ellen Ann was the child of Oscar Fredolf BRUNZELL and Laura Ellen WINCHESTER.

Charles Henry FOSTER died 6 July 2006 in Boise, Idaho, USA.

Occupation: Construction Work





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Charles Henry FOSTER married flag female ancestor Ellen Ann BRUNZELL-- Date: 27 June 1934 Place: Nampa, Idaho, USA
Ellen Ann BRUNZELL was the child of Oscar Fredolf BRUNZELL and Laura Ellen WINCHESTER




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birth1912 Birth
6 February 1912
Boise, Idaho, USA

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marriage1934 Marriage / Partner
Charles Henry FOSTER and Ellen Ann BRUNZELL 27 June 1934, Nampa, Idaho, USA
1998 Death of Spouse/Partner
Ellen Ann BRUNZELL died 12 September 1998, Boise, Idaho, USA
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death2006 Death
6 July 2006
Boise, Idaho, USA

Charles is buried at: Morris Hill Cemetery
Added: 10/2/2020 4:20:24 PM - Updated: 1/31/2021 7:10:38 PM

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