Charles Frederick Nuber (1893-1966)

Charles Frederick Nuber– December 3, 1893-July 3, 1966

Father: Charles Nuber Mother: Minerva Carey

Born: Columbus, Ohio.

Married: Hattie Burton;  Divorced

Children

Earl F. NuberCharles Donald NuberBetty Lee Nuber

Clara Belle Nuber – Robert H. Nuber – Donna Nuber

Siblings

None

Lived in Columbus, Ohio.

Occupation: Trimmer in a bolt factory; Roofer (self employed).

Military Service: World War I; Enlisted June 21, 1916, Ohio National Guard, Company K, 4th Infantry until July 1916; Ohio National Guard Machine Gun Company 4th Infantry (Machine Gun Company 166 Infantry) to discharge Bugler Noveber 21, 1917; Champagne-Marne, Aisne-Marne Defensive Sector. Wounded in Action (slightly) July 30, 1918; American Expeditonary Forces October 29, 1917-March 25, 1919; Honorable discharge April 8, 1919.

Buried: Union Cemetery, Columbus, Ohio; Lot 247, space 2 (Old Cemetery, 1912 addition).

Documents

1900 US Census1910 US Census1920 US Census1930 US Census

World War II Draft Registration Card

Additional Sources

The Offical Roster of Ohio Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines in the World War, 1917-1918; page 12699.

Union Cemetery Association, Burials on the Web; http://unc.cemeterydata.com/

Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002. Ohio. Division of Vital Statistics.

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