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Lillian Rosalee Bowlsby Tannahill
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Birth: Dec. 17, 1861
Calhoun County
Michigan, USA
Death: Nov. 29, 1943
Los Angeles
Los Angeles County
California, USA

Lillian was the youngest daughter of Charles Bowlsby and Mellissa Jane Thompson. When Lillian was 12 yrs. old her mother died. She had 3 brothers; Charles Edwin, Willard Lucien and James Franklin, and 4 sisters; Ellen Selima, Mary Louisa. Juliette Josephine, Elizabeth Juliana. She married Will Tannahill on Dec. 31, 1878 in Butler, Nebraska. They had 3 children, Amy Arvilla, Lydia Luella and Glen Ray. The Tannahills came to California in 1928 where their two daughters were living in Los Angeles 
Family links: 
  Charles Bowlsby (1819 - 1900)
  Melissa Jane Thompson Bowlsby (1819 - 1878)
  William Tannahill (1849 - 1933)
  Amy Arvilla Tannahill Bagley (1879 - 1964)*
  Lydia Luella Tannahill Sargent (1881 - 1969)*
  Glen Ray Tannahill (1889 - 1966)*
  Charles Edwin Bowlsby (1844 - 1923)*
  Mary Louisa Bowlsby Hall (1846 - 1914)*
  Juliette Josephine Bowlsby Tannahill (1847 - 1882)*
  Willard Lucien Bowlsby (1857 - 1932)*
  Lillian Rosalee Bowlsby Tannahill (1861 - 1943)
*Calculated relationship
Inglewood Park Cemetery
Los Angeles County
California, USA
Plot: Aster, 185 C
Maintained by: Marilyn Harrison
Originally Created by: JAB
Record added: Oct 17, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 60229884
Lillian Rosalee <i>Bowlsby</i> Tannahill
Added by: Marilyn Harrison
Lillian Rosalee <i>Bowlsby</i> Tannahill
Added by: JAB
Lillian Rosalee <i>Bowlsby</i> Tannahill
Added by: JAB
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Hi Grandma, I still remember you and have written your life story. I remember visiting you upstairs when you lived with us. I love you.
- Marilyn Harrison
 Added: Oct. 18, 2010

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