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The Wilmore News, October 16, 1931.


Respected Citizen Stricken By Death; Funeral is held on Thursday.

Mr. C. W. Fausett passed away at his home Tuesday evening October 13.

He had been a constant sufferer for several years.

Mr. Fausett is a brother of Sam Fausett of this city.

He has made a large circle of friends and neighbors since coming to Wilmore who loved and admired him for his kind and pleasant personality.

Mr. Fausett leaves to mourn his loss a loving wife, two small daughters, two step sons, his aged father, his brother, Sam, two sisters, and a host of other relatives and friends.

Funeral services were conducted from the Methodist Church with Rev. Willis in charge, Thursday morning at 10:30 o'clock.

Burial was made in the Wilmore cemetery.

The Wilmore News, October 22, 1931.


Charles Fausett was born January 26, 1868 at Nobles, Ind., died October 13, 1931, at the age of 63 years, eight months and thirteen days. He came to Erie, Kansas, 1871. Moved with his parents to Pryor, Mayes County, Oklahoma, in 1881. He married Mrs. Bessie Riley in 1919. To this union was born two daughters, Effie Dell and Myrtle Lee. He moved to Comanche County in 1929 where he lived until death called him home. He professed faith in Christ and was baptized in 1926, he had no fear of death and said he was ready to go. He leaves to mourn his loss a wife and two daughters, Effie Dell and Myrtle Lee; two step-sons, Elmer and Dick Riley; a father, F. C. Fausett; two sisters, Mrs. K. M. Boatman of Mangum, Okla., Mrs. C. C. Johnson of Montabella, Calif.; three brothers, A. F. Fausett, Saratoga, Wyo., R. V. Fausett, Laramie, Wyo., and Sam Fausett of Wilmore, Kans.

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