|Birth: ||Mar. 28, 1880|
|Death: ||Oct. 26, 1926|
Death came at Oakland last night to Charles H. Conerty, for twelve years secretary of the Sparks section of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, and since 1909 a brakeman for the Southern Pacific Company out of Sparks. Mr. Conerty had been a sufferer from heart trouble for several years, and for the last three years had been bedridden.
Unable to follow his business, in the last few years he had earned a living by writing sporting articles for newspapers and magazines. He was forty-seven years of age, a native of Kansas, and came to this section with his parents when a child. He was reared in the vicinity of Alturas. A widow and young daughter survive.
The funeral will be held in Reno, according to his wishes, J.L. Seifert, past president of the Sparks B.R.T. lodge having left last night for Oakland to make arrangements to bring the remains here. - from Reno Evening Gazette 10/27/1926
Widow is: Bessie E. Conerty b. 1881 CA, d 9/22/1941 San Francisco, CA
Daughter is Mollie b. 1920 Washoe Co., Nevada
Mollie Claire Conerty Samson (1919 - 1960)*
Mountain View Cemetery
Created by: Peggy
Record added: Jun 14, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 38339399