Harry T. Frey
Charles D. Frey
Lester F. Frey
in Florence, Mass.
Easton Daily Express, Monday, September 18, 1916, Page 5
Charles E. Frey
Charles E. Frey, for many years a sales manager for the Standard Oil Company at Newark, N.J., and the inventor of one of the blue-flame oil stoves manufactured by that corporation, died suddenly of heart trouble at his home,134 North Second street, this city, about noon on Sunday. He had been ill for some months, but recently had been much improved. He was 70 years of age.
Deceased was a native of Easton, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Frey. He left this city many years ago, returning about e3ight years ago and living here retired. He was well versed in local history and was an active member of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, of which congregation he was steward.
Besides his wife there survive three sons and three daughters – Harry T., of Newark; Charles D. of Wet Somerville, Mass.; Lester F. of Bloomfield, N.J; Mrs. M. E. Dunn of Jersey City, Mrs. C. E. Rattau, of Bloomfield and Mrs. Robert T. Allis, of Springfield, Mass, Two brothers and one sister also survive him – George A. Frey, of Burlington, Vt.; John Frey, of Washington D. C. and Mrs. Charles A. Whitman, of Lansing, Mich.