|Birth: ||Feb. 14, 1860|
|Death: ||Jan. 2, 1912|
New Castle, Jan. 5—The funeral of M. M. Bowser, assistant foreman on the wrecking crew of the Pennsylvania shops, who was crushed to death Tuesday afternoon, were held at the residence of his son, Leroy M. Bowser, at 423 East Winter avenue, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in Oak Park cemetery.
Mr. Bowser was crushed by the rear drivers of an engine, and was instantly killed. He was one of the best known and liked employees at the shops and had been residing on Madison avenue, Mahoningtown, for some time.
He was born in Mosgrove, Armstrong county, but lived in this city for 25 years. He was 53 years of age. Surviving him are his mother in Mosgrove, four brothers, Templeton Bowser, of Salem; James, of Savannah, Ga.; Harvey, of Mosgrove; and Macklin, of Renfrew; also two sisters, Mrs. A.S. Schrecengost, and Miss Sara Bowser, of Kittanning; two daughters, Mrs. G.C. Kenworthy, of Toledo, O., and Mrs. H.O. Wolcott of Oil City, and one son, Leroy M. Bowser, of this city.
Mathias P Bowser (1819 - 1909)
Sarah Ann Baum Bowser (1826 - 1919)
Harriett Jones Bowser (1869 - 1959)*
Wilson Loben Bowser (1845 - 1917)*
Ross Mechling Bowser (1847 - 1928)*
Harvey Peter Bowser (1849 - 1935)*
Hettie Williams Bowser Troutner (1853 - 1942)*
Sarah Jane Bowser (1857 - 1922)*
Madison Monroe Bowser (1860 - 1912)
James N. Bowser (1866 - 1955)*
Rebecca P Bowser Schrecengost (1867 - 1932)*
Oak Park Cemetery
Created by: Sue Mueller
Record added: Feb 21, 2012
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