New York Times

Proof of Death of Charles Natsch Furnished by Survivor
The will of Charles Natsch, who lost his life on the Titanic, was admitted to probate in the Surrogates' Court in Brooklyn, yesterday, after proof of his death had been submitted. Isaac G. Frauenthal, a lawyer, who was a fellow passenger, identified a photograph of Natsch. Mr. Frauenthal said that he saw Mr. Natsch for the last time about an hour before the ship struck the iceberg. He had seen all of the passengers who were picked up by the Carpathia, and Mr. Natsch was not among them.

The body of Mr. Natsch was not recovered, and it was necessary to show that he was not amopng those who had been saved. The estate, consisting of about $9,000 in personal property, is left to his widow, who lives in Flatbush

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Encyclopedia Titanica (2004) FILE WILL OF TITANIC VICTIM (New York Times, Friday 28th June 1912, ref: #2364, published 23 February 2004, generated 17th April 2021 12:06:45 AM); URL :