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Obits - NJ - 1900 - Mrs. L. Vanness (Ohmenhiser) Watts
Mrs. L. Vanness Watts of West Front street died on Thursday afternoon of typhoid fever, aged thirty years. Mrs. Watts was taken sick early
in October and gradually grew worse until her death. The funeral was held at the house at one o'clock on Monday afternoon. Rev. E. C.
Hancock of the First Methodist church preached the sermon. Rev. Wright Eckersley of Grace church assisted at the service. The body was buried
in Fair View cemetery.
Mrs. Watts was born in New York and her girlhood was spent at Woodbridge, New Jersey. Her maiden name was Lena Ohmenhiser. She came to
Red Bank about five years ago and about three years ago she married Mr. Watts, a paper hanger of Red Bank. She was a member of the First
Methodist church. She leaves no children.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Nov 14, 1900
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