Civil War Veterans Buried In Washington State - Charles Gay

Charles Augustus Gay

Representing: Union


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DR. CHARLES A. GAY SUDDENLY STRICKEN

WELL KNOWN DENTIST FALLS DEAD IN BATH ROOM OF HIS HOME OF HEART FAILURE. Dr. Charles A. Gay, a well known dentist of this city, dropped dead this morning at the family residence, 3734 Brooklyn av. His body was found in the bath room a few minutes after he had entered. Death is ascribed to heart failure. The remains are at Bonney-Watson’s. Dr. Gay had been ill for some time and had been under the care of Dr. Neville. Because of the noise add isturbance[sic] down town, the sick man with his family moved out to3734 Brooklyn av. Dr. Gay had offices at 902 2nd av., where he had been located for years. During the past few months his business has been in another’s hands. Dr. Gay was 59 years of age last July. The Seattle Star, Seattle, Washington, Friday, 11 May 1906, Front Page.
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