Obit: Bemis, Charles L. (1879 - 1917)
----Source: Stevens Point Gazette January 24, 1917
DEATH WAS SUDDEN.
Chas. L. Bemis, Brother of Soo Line Claim Agent, Succumbs to Apoplexy.
Charles L. Bemis, brother of Harry E. Bemis, Soo line claim agent, died suddenly at his room in the Majestic Hotel at 6:46 o'clock Sunday evening of apoplexy. Mr. Bemis, who was an employe(e) of the local Soo line car repair department, has been on a vacation since shortly after Christmas and returned to the city Saturday afternoon from Marshfield, where he had been visiting. He was taken sick Saturday night and sank steadily.
Mr. Bemis was 34 years of age and was born and raised at Two Rivers. He came to this city (Stevens Point, Wis.) upwards of a year ago and in that short period had formed a large personal acquaintance among local residents. He was active in Baptist church ? where he frequently appeared as a member of the choir. His death was a shock to his friends, among whom he will be greatly missed.
Besides his brother, H. E. Bemis, who lives at Medford, Mr. Bemis leaves his mother and a sister, who reside at Two Rivers. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bemis and baby and Rev. James Blake accompanied the body to Two Rivers yesterday for interment, the funeral having been arranged for this afternoon, with services by Rev. Blake at the Congregational church there.
----Source: Stevens Point Daily
Journal January 27, 1917
Charles Bemis Dies
Soo Employe(e) Expires of Apoplexy At Majestic Hotel
Charles L. Bemis, who had been staying at the Majestic Hotel for the past year, died in his room at 6:45 Sunday evening after an illness of a few weeks with apoplexy. He had been able to be up and around the hotel Sunday and ate supper that evening.
Mr. Bemis had been engaged in the repair shops for the Soo railroad for about a year but was compelled to give up his work shortly after Christmas.
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 1 Feb 1917
Bemis, Charles L. (1873? - 21 Jan. 1917)
Chas. L. Bemis, aged 34, brother of Harry E. Bemis of Medford, Soo line claim agent, died Sunday evening, Jan. 21, at Stevens Point, of apoplexy. He was buried at Two Rivers, Wis., where he was born and raised.
Burial was in the "PIONEERS' REST CEMETERY", Two Rivers Township, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin
[1-58]-Minnie E. Bemis/1850-[Jan.]1927 Tombstone, next to: [Wilhelmina E.]
[1-59]-Charles L. Bemis/1879-1917 Tombstone, next to:
[1-59]-Harry E. Bemis/1873-[Sept.]1939 [Harry Eugene]Tombstone
[1-59]-[William Elmer/no other information]
1880 Federal Census, Two Rivers, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, United States, pg. 386
Charles Beamis, white, single,
Self Elmer Beamis M 31 Vermont, United States
Wife Mina Beamis F 29 Ohio, United States
Son Harry Beamis M 6 Wisconsin, United States
Son Charles Beamis M 0 Wisconsin, United States
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