|Birth: ||Nov. 29, 1871|
|Death: ||Mar. 1, 1903|
Local and Personal. Mrs. Geo. W. Drake was called to Denver Sunday by the news of the death of her niece, Mrs. D. F. Fowler. The news was very unexpected as it was not known here that she was ill. Mrs. Fowler, who was formerly Miss Dora Wheeler, visited Holton at the time of the Bender-Wenner wedding and returned to her home only about three weeks ago.
The Holton Recorder, March 5, 1903
The Fifth Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church Weekly Bulletin,of Denver.Colo.,of March 5th gives the following notice of the death of Mrs. F. W. Fowler. Last Sunday forenoon,about half past 9 o'clock, Mrs. F. D. Fowler, 574 S. 12th st., departed this life at St. Joseph's hospital. An operation was performed Saturday afternoon and a tumor removed, but it was then found that an abscess had already broken and that she was suffering from peritonitis .... She was the only daughter of Brother and Sister Norman Wheeler, and was born November 29th, 1872, in Holton, Kansas, removing to Denver in 1884. She was converted at the age of 12, and united with this church .... Her husband and motherless children - two sons and a daughter - her parents, her brother and family .... The interment was at Fairmount.
The Holton Weekly Signal, Holton, Kansas, March 18, 1903.
Norman Wheeler (1839 - 1919)
Elizabeth Parrott Wheeler (1841 - 1918)
Dewey Emmett Wheeler (1867 - 1917)*
Dora Grace Wheeler Fowler (1871 - 1903)
Plot: Block 4, Lot 131, Section 1
Created by: Eric Crow
Record added: Feb 26, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13464923