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Ida Louise Stults Crowell
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Birth: Feb. 14, 1854
Crawford County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Dec. 29, 1928
Pittsburgh
Allegheny County
Pennsylvania, USA

Ida was the daughter of William and Maria Elizabeth (Kepler) Stults. She married David Crowell October 31, 1869 in Greenville, Mercer, Pennsylvania.

Mrs. Ida C. Crowell

Mrs. Ida C. Crowell died Saturday evening at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Barfield Hodge in Pittsburgh, after a short illness. Mrs. Crowell was born February 14, 1852, in Crawford County. She came to Greenville in her early womanhood and hed been a faithful member of the First Methodist Episcopal church for the past 50 years.

She is survived by her daughter Mrs. Hodge, and the following grandchildren: Mrs. Harry C, DeArment of Greenville, Edward C. Hodge of Steubenville and Hal C. Hodge of Pittsburgh.

Services will be held from the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Harry C. DeArment, 108 Main Street, at 2:30 Tuesday with Dr. A. B. Smith conducting the services.

 
 
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 Parents:
  William Stults (1823 - 1895)
  Maria Elizabeth Kepler Stults (1825 - ____)
 
 Spouse:
  David Crowell (1848 - 1900)*
 
 Children:
  Mabel Crowell Hodge (1881 - 1938)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Shenango Valley Cemetery
Greenville
Mercer County
Pennsylvania, USA
 
Created by: Melissa R.
Record added: May 17, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 69976879
Ida Louise <i>Stults</i> Crowell
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You are my great great grandmother. I wish I knew more about you.
- Debbie Hodge
 Added: Jul. 4, 2013
 
 
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