|Birth: ||Oct. 16, 1837|
|Death: ||Jun. 5, 1910|
San Diego County
Charles married first 22 Dec 1864 at Franklin, Iowa, Elizabeth Ann Herman.
Albert Herman Heath 1867
Earl H. Heath 1869
The Tama County Union was the first newspaper published at Tama City. Cyrus B. Ingham was the founder, and the first issue made its appearance on the 26th of April, 1866. The first copy struck off is now in the hands of J. H. Hollen, of Tama City, who to encourage the enterprise paid $20 for it. At this time Tama City was known as Iuka. The editors of the paper were C. B. Ingham and C. E. Heath, it being a six column folio.
Under the heading the following motto appeared:
"O! seize on truth where'er 'tis found.
Among your friends, among your foes.
On christian or on heathen ground,
The plant's divine where'er it grows."
For two years the paper continued in this management, meeting with good success, both in advertising and in circulation. It then went into the hand of W. G. Cambridge, who changed the name to The Tama Citizen.
Charles married second about 1883, Narcissa [-] b. 1848 in Kentucky and d. 28 Jul 1938 in Los Angeles County.
Lewis Heath (1803 - 1858)
Sarah Wallingford Edwards Heath (1812 - 1903)
Elizabeth Ann Herman Heath (1840 - 1870)
Infant Son Heath (1870 - 1871)*
Rufus George Lewis Heath (1833 - 1841)*
Charles Edward Heath (1837 - 1910)
Sarah Josephine Heath Miller (1840 - ____)*
Martha Ellen Heath Chandler (1846 - 1925)*
George Lewis Heath (1851 - 1858)*
Note: PHOTO: http://www.sandiegohistory.org/findaid/ac024.htm (The SD HistSoc would like $225 to display the photo, which is why no photo!)
Calvary Cemetery (Defunct)
San Diego County
Created by: Michael Harris
Record added: Oct 24, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 30840606