|Birth: ||Jun., 1885|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Oct. 28, 1914|
Stanley was very ill for 6 months before he was sent to Colorado for an additional year and a half where he was treated for Tuburculosis. He was in one of the TB sanitariums located south of Denver in and around Colorado Springs, probably in Manitou Springs.
On 18 October, his condition became acute. On 22 October, his doctor moved Stanley from Manitou Springs to St. Luke's hospital in Denver where he was admitted. Stanley died less than a week later on 28 October. He was only 29 years old when he died. Stanley was shipped home by train in care of a Sardinia, New York undertaker.
Unfortunately, Stanley left a wife, Charlotte, with two young daughters, Doris and Ruth.
This is a very sad end for a very young man. He most likely contracted TB by being exposed to someone while on one of his frequent salesman trips.
It is evident that he was well loved by the grave marker provided by his Colorado friends.
Cornelius Schovner (1842 - 1917)
Sarah Houghton Schovner (1850 - 1931)
Charlotte Winefred Allen Schovner/Wilhelm (1883 - 1953)
Doris Allen Schovner Castine (1908 - 2001)*
Ruth Virginia Schovner Weaver (1912 - 1992)*
Sardinia Cemetery (New)
New York, USA
Maintained by: Carl Weaver
Originally Created by: Donna
Record added: Jun 23, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 27770336