Charles L. Maire of Manasquan died on Tuesday of last week of heart trouble, aged 73 years. He was born at Lorraine, France, and lived at Manasquan 25 years. He conducted a barber shop the first eleven years that he was at Manasquan, but was obliged to give up business on account of poor health. He served in both the Mexican and civil wars. He was wounded in the right leg at the battle of Pine Knob in the civil war and had to have his leg amputated. He was a member of the Grand Army Post and the Odd Fellows lodge of Manasquan. A wife and two grown-up children survive him.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Apr 4 1900