|Anna Fellows Bacon|
|Death: ||Apr. 8, 1813|
No marker. Information from family bible record.
Anna died April 8, 1813, husband Alvin Bacon died April 7, 1813, Alvin's brother Daniel Bacon died April 11, 1813 and Alvin's mother Olive Darby died April 12, 1813. They evidently died of the bilious fever epidemic of 1813 which seems to have been quite prevalent and is noted in newspapers such as the Luzerne County Gleaner of Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania and noted in medical publications of the time. Their likely place of interment was the Bentley Cemetery which was within warrant parcel 232 where the family resided. This cemetery was one of the earliest burial sites for settlers in the western portion of the Mill Creek Valley. There are over thirty native stone markers predominantly clustered at the top of the knoll, bearing no inscriptions, where are located the earliest burials.
Nathan Fellows (1755 - 1824)
Alvin Bacon (1779 - 1813)
David Fellows Bacon (1806 - 1871)*
Created by: J. Kelsey Jones
Record added: Feb 25, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 85684285