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Obituaries - NJ - 1901 - Mrs. Hattie (Skidmore) Fowler
Mrs. Hattie Fowler, wife of James Fowler, Jr., of Atlantic Highlands, died on Friday of typhoid fever, aged 24 years. She had been sick three weeks. The early part of last week it was thought that she was out of danger but a relapse came and her death quickly followed.
She was a daughter of Thomas Skidmore of Atlantic Highlands. Besides a husband she leaves a son, Harold, aged about six years. She leaves also three brothers, John Skidmore of Little Silver and Thomas and William Skidmore of Atlantic Highlands. The funeral was held on Monday afternoon at the Central Baptist church, of which she was a member. Rev. H. S. Quillen, pastor of the First Baptist church, had charge of the service, the Central Baptist church being without a pastor. The body was buried at Bay View cemetery. The pall bearers were Edward Davis, Herbert and John L. Sweeney, Eugene Conover, Edward Golden and George Freeman.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Oct 2, 1901
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