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Greene, Charles Harrison

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OBIT: 2 Jun 1974: Was the youngest son of the legendary Col. William Cornell Greene, Found of the Cananea Cattle and Copper Company on Cananea, Sonora, Mexico. He assumed the management of the ORO Ranch on the Baca Float #5, 50 miles northwest of Prescott in 1959. He operated the ranch until September 1973 when the than ambassador to France, John Irwin, bought the ORO. Mr. Greene was considered a resident and citizen of both Prescott and Phoenix. Survivors included his wife, Margardthe? of Phoenix; a daughter, Michelle McNeff of Scottdale; 2 brothers, Kirk of Reno, Nevada and Frank of Salsolita, California and 2 granddaughters. Ruffner Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. Private burial was in the Mt. Voew Cemetery in Prescott.
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Birthdate: 2-Oct-10
Birthplace: Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California
Burial Info: Mountain View Cemetery/ CR/14/E
Date of Death: 31-May-74
File Number: 16821
First Name: Charles Harrison
Last Name: Greene
Marker: no
Occupation: Ranch manager (ORO)
Parents: Col. William Cornell Greene
Spouse: Margarette Greene

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File Number 16821
Last Name Greene
First Name Charles Harrison
Birthdate 2-Oct-10
Birthplace Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California
Date of Death 31-May-74
Burial Info Mountain View Cemetery/ CR/14/E
Marker no
Spouse Margarette Greene
Parents Col. William Cornell Greene
Occupation Ranch manager (ORO)
Description OBIT: 2 Jun 1974: Was the youngest son of the legendary Col. William Cornell Greene, Found of the Cananea Cattle and Copper Company on Cananea, Sonora, Mexico. He assumed the management of the ORO Ranch on the Baca Float #5, 50 miles northwest of Prescott in 1959. He operated the ranch until September 1973 when the than ambassador to France, John Irwin, bought the ORO. Mr. Greene was considered a resident and citizen of both Prescott and Phoenix. Survivors included his wife, Margardthe? of Phoenix; a daughter, Michelle McNeff of Scottdale; 2 brothers, Kirk of Reno, Nevada and Frank of Salsolita, California and 2 granddaughters. Ruffner Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. Private burial was in the Mt. Voew Cemetery in Prescott.