|Posted By:||Sue Schwaber|
|Subject:||Re: Anna Ewing Wilson|
|Post Date:||February 22, 2011 at 16:30:53|
|Forum:||Miami County, IN Genealogy Forum|
Here are some newspaper items you may not have seen. One is a mention of one of Lovina's sisters who was alive at least until 1922. The second is an obit for Anna Ewing Wilson and her son's wife's mother, all in the same story. Hope these help!
This is a sister of Lovina Wertz Ewing – she was alive when her sister died. She was 4 when Lavina was 10.
Aug 18, 1922.
Mrs. Martha Metz of Logansport came Wednesday for a visit with herbrother-in-law, Milton Ewing and family.
Apr 1, 1948 Kokomo Tribune
In Peru Family
Peru, Ind., March SI—(Tribune
Area Special)—Milton W. Wilson,
Peru route 3, former president of
the Miami County Farm Bureau,
and his wife, both lost their mothers
by death within the space of
two hours Wednesday morning.
Mr. Wilson's mother, Mrs. Anna
Wilson, 75, 371 Washington avenue,
died suddenly of heart block at her
residence at 6:45 a. m. At 8:45 a. m.
Mrs. Wilson's mother, Mrs. Lulu
M. Harris, 75, 472 Washington avenue,
died in Dukes Memorial hospital
here as a result of a cerebral
hemorrhage with which she w"
stricken five days ago-
Funeral services for Mrs. Harris
will be conducted in the Eikenberry
funeral home on West Main
street at 3 o'clock (dst) Friday. The
Rev. E. Stanley McKee, pastor of
the First Methodist church, and
the Rev. C. F. Golden, pastor of
Denver Baptist church, will officiate
Jointly. Last rites for Mrs. Wilson
will be conducted in the same
funeral home at 3 o'clock (dst.) Saturday,
also in charge of the Rev.
Mr. McKee. Both interments will
be In Mt Hope cemetery here. Both
bodies were to be viewed at the
funeral home after 7 p. m. Thursday,
and that of Mrs. Wilson also
at the late residence from 7 p. m.
Friday until the funeral hour.
Mrs. Wilson was the widow of
Harmon H. Wilson, who died in
1927. Survivors include the son
named and two other children,
Mrs. Faye L. Baldwin, Peru route
3, and Mrs. May L. Quenvold, Darien
WIS. Surviving also are a
brother and two sisters, Ralph O.
Ewlng, of New York City; Mrs.
Mayme Behler, of Kokomo, and
Mrs. Eura L. Hinze, of Winamac,
together with three grandchildren
and one great grandchild.
Born at Winamac in 1872, Mrs.
Wilson was a daughter of Milton