David Jake Charloe
”1899 - 1959”

    David Jake Charloe

    "Just close your eyes and you will see
    All the memories that you have of me
    Just sit and relax and you will find
    I am really still there inside your mind
    Do not cry for me now I am gone
    For I am in the land of song
    There is no pain, there is no fear
    So dry away that silent tear
    Do not think of me in the dark and cold
    For here I am, no longer old
    I am in that place that is filled with love
    Known to you all, as UP ABOVE."
      Gaynor Llewellyn

      David Jake Charloe
      Birth 18 Apr 1899 in Indian Territory, Oklahoma
      Death 1959 in Bassett Grove Cemetry Age: 60
      Parents: Henry and Minnie Spicer Charloe
      Married: Ruby May White
      children: Dave Edward, Charles Henry, Anita Louise Charloe

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