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Charley Wood Austin
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Birth: Jun. 1, 1918
Death: Aug. 9, 1994

WILMINGTON - Charlie Wood Austin, 76, of Wilmington, died August 9 at his residence. A native of Hatteras, he was the son of the late Fred B. and Ruth Styron Austin and the widower of Emma Piper Austin.

He was retired from the Corps Of Engineers and was a Mason and a Shriner. He was A U.S. Army veteran, having served in World War II and was a member of the Hatteras United Methodist Church.

Mr. Austin is survived by 4 sisters: Velma Gaskins of Wilmington, Jesslyn Walton of Jacksonville, Virginia Coke of Norfolk, Va., and Eliza Robinson of Hatteras; one brother, Fred B. Austin of Hatteras.

Funeral services will be held at the Hatteras United Methodist Church on August 12 by the Rev. James Huskins. Burial with Masonic Rites will follow in the Oden Family Cemetery in Hatteras. Twiford's Island Chapel in Hatteras was in charge of arrangements.

The Coastland Times
Manteo, NC
August 11, 1994 
Family links: 
  Fred B. Austin (1891 - 1941)
  Cynthia Ruth Styron Austin (1895 - 1989)
  Emma Piper Austin (1915 - 1973)*
  Fred B. Austin (1915 - 2001)*
  Charley Wood Austin (1918 - 1994)
  Eliza Austin Robinson (1921 - 1995)**
  Virginia Styron Austin Coke (1924 - 2006)**
  Velma Ann Gaskins (1926 - 2014)**
*Calculated relationship
Hatteras Community Cemetery
Dare County
North Carolina, USA
Created by: Rebecca Emmett
Record added: Jul 29, 2008
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Charley Wood Austin
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