at the age of 38 in Wakefield, Yorkshire.
His parents were William Butler and Eliza Mathews.
She was 31 years old, cause of was death heart failure following pneumonia.
Charles worked as a farm labourer. On the 1881 census he was 17 years old and was living away from home at Ling Farm in Hatfield In Thorne, Yorkshire. He died in 1901 at the age of 38, less than a year after his daughter Edith's birth and the death of his wife Everell.
Witnesses to Charles and Everell's marriage were Everell's brother, Kelita Stacey and Charles' sister, Fanny Butler
Charles and Everell had three children that I know of:
Ernest was born in the March quarter of 1888 in Wakefield.
Ernest's wife was Lily Kathleen and, as far as I know, they had no children.
Ernest was head ambulance man at Silverwood Colliery in Yorkshire. Click here to find out more about Silverwood.
He was awarded the Medal of St John of Jerusalem by King George V in 1935. Ernest died on 14th February 1949 age 61 years, and Lily on 5th January 1976 age 88 years. They were both buried at St James' Church in Ravenfield, Yorkshire.
Lillie was born in the September quarter of 1890 in Dirtcar, Yorkshire. She married Frank Garner on 23rd March 1911 in Ravenfield, Yorkshire. I have found two of Frank and Lillie's children, Everell born in 1911 and Frank in 1913, both were baptised in Ravenfield.
Edith was born on 8th July 1900 in Hill Side, Newmillerdam, Sandal, Wakefield.
After the death of their parents the children went to live with their grandparents.
On the 1901 census Lillie was living with her maternal grandparents, John and Mary Stacey, in Ravenfield.
Ernest and Edith were living with their paternal grandparents, William and Annie Butler, also in Ravenfield.