Mrs. Anna Fowler
AGED WOMAN IS GIVEN REST BY ANGEL OF DEATH
Mrs. Anna Fowler Victim of Brief Illness
Children Watch Spark of Life Die Out
Noted for Her Charitable Acts, Presbyterian Church Loses On of its Most Devoted Members.
In the death of Mrs. Anna Fowler, relict of the late W. B. Fowler, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Peter Allison, in West Sixth street, at 4:30 p.m. yesterday (Sept. 25, 1906), East Liverpool loses another pioneer christian womanone whose life was devoted to the church and to charity.
Mrs. Fowler was 82 years old. Her death was due to the infirmities of old age. She was sick three weeks and unconscious for 58 hours before her death.
Mrs. Fowler was born at
The deceased united with the First Presbyterian church when she was a child and until she became enfeebled by old age was one of the most active members.
Besides Mrs. Peter Allison, the following children survive; Smith Fowler, the well known business man and capitalist, of this city; Patterson Fowler, Barbertown, and J. Q. A. Fowler, of
Mrs. Martha J. Smith, and Mrs. Chris McConnell, both of this city, are foster children of the deceased. All were at her bedside during her illness and when she died.
The funeral will be held at Thursday from the Allison residence, the Rev. Dr. E. M. McMillen officiating. He will be assisted by the