|Birth: ||Aug. 5, 1895|
|Death: ||Jul. 9, 1918|
son of Micah Lowenstein & Nannie Jonas Lowenstein
cause of death: injuries received in the Dutchman's Curve railroad accident, Nashville
(The Nashville Tennessean, July 10, 1918)
MILTON LOWENSTEIN IS KILLED IN WRECK
Popular Young Nashville Man, Nephew of L. Jonas, Among the Victims.
Milton Lowenstein, who lost his life in Tuesday morning's wreck on the N. C. &, St. L. Railroad, was born in Nashville on August 5, 1895, the only son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lowenstein, and has lived here all of his life with the exception of a few years when his parents resided in Shelbyville, Tenn.
His parents having died while he was quite young, he was reared by his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. Jonas, with whom he has made his home ever since. He was also a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Jonas.
He was a splendid type of young manhood, and was getting ready to enter the army to serve his country. He was of a jovial and genial disposition, and made friends of everyone he came in contact with, and in his kindly disposition he ever had a good word for his fellowmen.
He has been connected for a number of years with L. Jonas & Co., whom he represented on the road in Kentucky, West Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana, and was very popular with his firm,, his fellow employees and his trade.
He is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Sam Green of Glasgow, Ky., Miss Helen Lowenstein of this city, and Miss Irma Lowenstein of Washington. D. C.
The funeral arrangements will be announced later.
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