Charles Clarence Webster

WEBSTER-CHARLES C-PORJanuary 2, 1876 – March 31, 1962
Department Commander 1937
Descended from Humphrey E. Webster
Pvt. Co. A, 21st ME
Mustered in September 10, 1862


Springvale – Charles Clarence Webster, 86, of 7 John St., died Saturday at his residence.  He was a past Maine Department commander of Union Veterans and a past national chaplain.

He was born at Newcastle Jan. 2, 1876, son of Humphrey and Mary Merrill Webster and had resided here the last 33 years.  He was a retired Goodall-Sanford textile mills wool sorter.

He was a member of the William Miller Camp, SUV, here and had been marshal of the annual Memorial Day parades here for a quarter of a century until recent years.

He is survived by his widow, the former Theresa M. Rogers; a son, Conrad of Sanford; a stepson, Harold White of Lexington, Mass.; a daughter, Mrs. Barbara Davis, Auburn; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Hilda Adams, Shrewsbury, Mo.; eight grandchildren.61 Main St.

Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday at 61 Main St.  The Rev. John V. MacNeill, minister of the Pleasant Street Free Baptist Church, will officiate.  Interment will be in Riverside cemetery.

Burial at Riverside Cemetery, Springvale, York, Maine

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