1847 - 1918 (70 years)
||Charles Edward Shultis [1, 2] |
||13 Aug 1847
||Greenport, Columbia, New York [3, 4, 5]
||Cause of death: Valvular heart disease  |
||Wool spinner, police force [3, 6] |
||9 Apr 1918
||Soldier's Home, Chelsea, Massachusetts [3, 5, 7]
||10 Apr 1918
||Hillside Cemetery, North Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts [5, 7]
- Father: Samuel Shultis, born in Germany
Mother: Betsy Ryer, born in New York
alternate spelling: Charles Edward Schultz
Civil War veteran. enl. 26 Jan 1865, .159th Regt. Co. G; disch. 27 Oct 1865.
1870 US Census, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Adams, Charles Shultis, age 24, occupation print works, born NY, Alice Shultis, 25, keeping house, born NY, Louise James, 67, at home, born England, Louise James 24, works cotton mill, born NY
1880 MA Census, age 38, Police force, born NY, parents born NY
Carol Shultis Lamb's Shultis Family Record cites Civil War Records, Death Certificate from Commonwealth Mass as sources
Stockport 1865-67, North Adams, 1867-1918
Stockport until 1868, since then in North Adams, Mass.
Address in North Adams, Mass: 31 W. Main St.
Church burial record: Charles E. Shultis, 70y, died 9 Apr 1918, cause valvular disease of heart, buried 11 Apr 1918, Hillside Cemetery, Rev. Marshall E. Mott
Address Chelsea, MA, age at death 70 yr, 7 mo, 26 day
Obituary from a North Adams newspaper- Charles E. Shultis, 70 years of age, one time chief of police of this city and veteran of the Civil War, died yesterday morning at the Soldiers home in Chelsea. Mr. Shultis was born in Greenport, Columbia County, NY. His early life was spent there and at the time of the Civil war, he enlisted in Co. G, 159th infantry. His record of service was a good one and he was honorably discharged at the end of the war. About 40 years ago, Mr. Shultis came to this city. He took a place on the police force soon after, being one of the first members, under the old town form of government. In 1881 he was appointed to the position of chief of police, which office he held for eight years until he retired in 1888. He is survived by a brother, N. R. Shultis of Clarksburg and a son, Capt. Fred Shultis of the Medical Corps, stationed in Georgia. Funeral will be held at St. John's Episcopal Church in No. Adams, burial will be in Hillside cemetery. [3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13]
||28 Aug 2009 |
||Alice James, b. 4 Mar 1842, Stockport, Columbia, New York , d. 30 Sep 1899, North Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts (Age 57 years) |
||27 Nov 1865
||Church of St. John the Evangelist, Stockport, Columbia, New York [3, 4]
| ||1. Frederick C. Shultis, M.D., b. 16 Oct 1872, North Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts , d. 23 Jun 1942, Leominster, Worcester, Massachusetts (Age 69 years)|
||14 Mar 2017 |
- [S184] Church records from Church of St. John the Evangelist, Stockport, NY, compiled 1991 by Linda L. Fenoff, City of Hudson Deputy Historian, Charles Edward.
- [S1006] St. John’s Church Parish Register, Vol. 5, North Adams, Massachusetts, p. 147.
- [S184] Church records from Church of St. John the Evangelist, Stockport, NY, compiled 1991 by Linda L. Fenoff, City of Hudson Deputy Historian.
- [S1006] St. John’s Church Parish Register, Vol. 5, North Adams, Massachusetts.