Charles William Ordner, 1906–1974 (aged 67 years)
|Birth|| May 4, 1906
|Birth of a brother||John Edward Ordner|
December 7, 1911 (aged 5 years)
|Death of a maternal grandfather||George William Banks|
December 27, 1911 – 02:30 (aged 5 years) Age: 70 yrs 6 mos 4 ds
Cause: Pulmonary congestion with oedema of lungs
|Burial of a maternal grandfather||George William Banks|
December 29, 1911 (aged 5 years)
|Death of a father||Charles William Ordner|
1912 (aged 5 years)
|Census|| January 9, 1920 (aged 13 years)|
Address: Third St.
|Death of a maternal grandmother||Mary A Argus|
May 20, 1935 (aged 29 years)
|Burial of a maternal grandmother||Mary A Argus|
May 1935 (aged 28 years)
Served in General Patton's 3rd Army in WW II, landed on D Day in France, worked through France, Belgium, to the Rhine River in Germany. He was awarded the Silver Star which was presented to him by General Van Fleet.June 6, 1944 (aged 38 years)
Honorable discharge, US Army.September 1945 (aged 39 years)
|Death of a mother||Charlotte Banks|
May 5, 1950 (aged 44 years)
|Death|| March 16, 1974 (aged 67 years)|
Note: NB: under the name William Charles, not Charles William.
19 monthselder sister
NB: under the name William Charles, not Charles William.
Never married. Served in Patton's 3rd army in WWII. Awarded Silver Star, presented to him by General Van Fleet. Honorably discharged Sept 1945.
Notes per Isabella V. Founer's notes, transcribed by Evelyn Ordner 1970.