Kinniburgh, Charles 1880 - 1959
KINNIBURGH, MILLER, LITTLE, SCHOETZOW, ANDERSON
Posted By: Reid R. Johnson (email)
Date: 7/1/2018 at 10:14:30
Clayton County Register, Thur., 15 October 1959.
Funeral services for Charles Kinniburgh, 79, retired Waterloo decorating contractor, were held at the Gill chapel Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 30, with the Rev. Robert L. Smith conducting the services. Burial was in the Strawberry Point cemetery.
Charles Kinniburgh was born at Strawberry Point Feb. 3, 1880, the son of John and Josephine Miller Kinniburgh. He was graduated from the Strawberry Point high school and on August 28, 1900, was married to Ophelia Little at Strawberry Point. The couple lived in Waterloo where Mr. Kinniburgh engaged in his business. He was affiliated with the Presbyterian Church and was a member of the Modern Woodmen of America and of the Waterloo Traveling and Businessmen's Association. He died Monday, Sept. 28, at his home in Waterloo following a long illness.
Survivors include a daughter, Jean, now Mrs. Arthur L. Schoetzow, Waterloo; two sisters, Miss Della Kinniburgh and Mrs. D. C. Anderson, both of Grand Island, Neb.; a nephew, Tom Anderson, Denver, Colo. He was preceded in death by his wife who died in August, 1954, and his parents.
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