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William Wallace Lowder
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Birth: Apr. 9, 1886
Lewis County
Kentucky, USA
Death: Mar. 1, 1965
Lucasville
Scioto County
Ohio, USA

LOWDER, WILLIAM
DOB: 09 Apr 1886
DOD: Mar 1965
Age: 78

Information from Wallace's sisters (Louisa "Eliza" Lowder Raike) obituary and a SSDI search.
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William Wallace Lowder, 78, of Dry Run, died at 1 a.m.today at Riverview Manor Nursing Home near Lucasville.

Ill two years, he had been at the home two weeks. A native of Lewis County,Ky., he was a timber man.

Surviving are his wife, Lucy,and two sisters, Josie Ishmael of Flatwoods. Ky., and Arpa Roach of New Buffalo, Mich.

Funeral services are to beheld Wednesday at 1 p.m. at Morton Funeral Home at South Shore.

Burial is to be in Granny Thomas Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeralhome after 7 tonight.

1 Mar 1965 Portsmouth Times
- Randy Jackson
 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  James Vinson Lowder (1854 - ____)
  America Messer Lowder (1854 - 1897)
 
 Spouse:
  Lucy McGary Lowder (1896 - 1970)*
 
 Siblings:
  Orpha Lowder Kessinger*
  William Wallace Lowder (1886 - 1965)
  Louisa J. Lowder Raike (1888 - 1962)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Granny Thomas Cemetery
Tygarts Valley
Greenup County
Kentucky, USA
 
Created by: Greg Raike
Record added: Jan 19, 2010
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William Wallace Lowder
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William W. LowderWilliam Wallace Lowder, 78,of Dry Run, died at 1 a.m.today at Riverview ManorNursing Home near Lucasville.Ill two years, he had beenat the home two weeks.A native of Lewis County,Ky., he was a timber man.Surviving are his wife, Lucy,and t...(Read more)
- Randy Jackson
 Added: Aug. 29, 2011
 
 
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