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Rev Thomas Henry Rowe

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Rev Thomas Henry Rowe

Birth
Wales
Death
8 May 1922 (aged 63)
Greenfield, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA
Burial
Munhall, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA
Plot
Section A Annex, Lot 10
Memorial ID
241134290 View Source

Thomas, born January 3, 1859 in Wales, died on May 8, 1922 at the age of 66. He was buried in Homestead Cemetery on May 11, 1922. He had lived in the area for 52 years, according to his Post-Gazette obituary, and had become a Baptist minister in the Homestead Baptist Church, of which his parents were charter members. He had no children, and was survived by his father, Edwin Rowe, Sr.; sisters, Sarah MacBeth and Priscilla Marsh; and brother, Charles Rowe.

He had lived with his sister, Sarah, in her Greenfield Avenue home following a divorce from his second wife, Mamie Crowshore Rohland, whom he married in 1892. The divorce was granted in 1897.

He was preceded in death by his first wife, Anna Belle Crismyre, (m. 07 Nov 1889 by Rev. David H. Shields in Lewisburg, Union County, PA) who had died in 1891.

His funeral services, arranged via Gillen & Coulter of Homestead, took place at the MacBeth household in the Greenfield neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA, USA, on Thursday, May 11, at 2 PM. He was buried in Annex Section A, lot 10, which was owned by his sister, Sarah and James MacBeth.

Thomas, born January 3, 1859 in Wales, died on May 8, 1922 at the age of 66. He was buried in Homestead Cemetery on May 11, 1922. He had lived in the area for 52 years, according to his Post-Gazette obituary, and had become a Baptist minister in the Homestead Baptist Church, of which his parents were charter members. He had no children, and was survived by his father, Edwin Rowe, Sr.; sisters, Sarah MacBeth and Priscilla Marsh; and brother, Charles Rowe.

He had lived with his sister, Sarah, in her Greenfield Avenue home following a divorce from his second wife, Mamie Crowshore Rohland, whom he married in 1892. The divorce was granted in 1897.

He was preceded in death by his first wife, Anna Belle Crismyre, (m. 07 Nov 1889 by Rev. David H. Shields in Lewisburg, Union County, PA) who had died in 1891.

His funeral services, arranged via Gillen & Coulter of Homestead, took place at the MacBeth household in the Greenfield neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA, USA, on Thursday, May 11, at 2 PM. He was buried in Annex Section A, lot 10, which was owned by his sister, Sarah and James MacBeth.


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