|Last name||Plot||Permit date|
|Enard||119 - Section I||05-13-1980|
|Age||Grave||Date of death|
|Burial date||Place of death||Source code|
|06-11-1980||Hillside Manor Rehab & Extended Care Center||A1980_06_05_Vol3_002.pdf|
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Charles Enard was born September 21, 1898 in Stockholm, Sweden. He later stated that he had the equivalent of a seventh grade education. Charles came to the U.S. in 1920, traveling on the Oscar II from Copenhagen, Denmark to New York City. He petitioned for U.S. citizenship in 1927, relenquishing his allegience to Gustavus V, King of Sweden. He was single, and worked as a painter.
At the time of the 1930 U.S. census, Charles was living in Brooklyn, and working as a painter employed by the "Railways."
In 1932 Charles married Ester Lindholm in Manhattan, New York, and the couple made their home on East 67th Street in New York City. Charles continued to work as a painter.
Charles Enard died April 18, 1980, at Hillside Manor Rehab and Extended Care Center. He was buried on Hart Island.
Sources: U.S. Social Security Death Index; Selected U.S. Naturalization Records- Original Documents, 1790-1974; New York, New York, Marriage Index 1866-1937; 1930 and 1940 U.S. Federal Censuses.