Oscar Ernest “Ernie” Fowler, 92, of La Grande, died at a local care center Thursday. A full obituary will be published later. Loveland Funeral Chapel and Crematory is handling arrangements. La Grande Observer – June 28, 2008
2nd Lt., 141st Inf., 36th Div., Co. I. Born in Durham County; the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Fowler. Entered the service May 15, 1918, at Chapel Hill, N.C. Was sent to Camp Sevier, S. C., and from there to Camp Gordon, Ga. Sailed for France Sept. 26, 1918. Promoted to rank of 2nd Lt., Aug. 28, 1918. Returned to USA June 8, 1919, and was mustered out at Camp Lee, Va., June 12, 1919.
Private, F. A. R. D., Supply Co., 81st Div., 8th Regt. Born in Haywood County; the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Fowler. Entered the service June 25, 1918, at Canton, N.C. Was sent to Camp Jackson, S. C., then to Base Hospital at Camp Jackson, S. C. Mustered out at Camp Jackson, Nov. 27, 1918.
Johnny A. Fowler, 65, Lot 53, Spring Valley Mobile Home Park, died Tuesday, Dec. 29. Mr. Fowler, a native of Jackson County, had lived in the Athens area most of his life. Funeral services will be at 3 p.m. Thursday at Ross Chapel Baptist Church. The Rev. Curtis Lee Hammonds will officiate and burial will be in the church cemetery. Survivors include three daughters, Beth fowler, Augusta, Ann Stevens, Braselton, and Debbie Strickland, Winterville; three sons, Jerry Fowler, Winterville, Raymond Fowler, Seneca, S. C., and Kenneth Fowler, Watkinsville; a brother Eddie Fowler, Athens; 11 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren; and several nieces
Jesse Todd4, (Benjamin3, Michael2, Christopher1) born Jan. 1, 1735, probably in North Haven, Conn., died Oct. 27, 1819, in Agawam, Mass., married first Nov. 26, 1761, Lydia Cooper. He is mentioned in the Cooper Gen. He married second Feb. 24, 1790, Susannah, dau. of Isaac and Abigail (Hale) Chandler, of Enfield, Ct., born Feb. 3, 1754. He was mentioned in the “Century Sermon” by Rev. Benjamin Trumbull of North Haven, Conn., as having removed to “Springfield in Massachusetts.” He was buried in the cemetery at Agawam, which was originally a part of West Springfield, Mass., which was the town in
DAYTON, Polly E. Todd6, (Melicu5, Gideon4, Gideon3, Michael2, Christopher1) died Sept. 22, 1879, married Jonathan Hezekiah, son of Jonathan and Mary (Yale) Dayton. He was a great-grandson of Michael Todd by the Dayton line. Children: I. Eliza Ray, m. Lewis C. Green, of Meriden, Conn. II. Ellen C., m. Maltby Fowler, of Northford, Conn. III. Grace, m. De Grasse Fowler. IV. Angeline, m. (???) Hubbard. V. Ambrose.
Thelus Todd7, (Thelus6, Jonah5, Stephen4, Samuel3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born Sept. 19, 1802, married first, Antoinette Harrison, who was born 1809, died March 9, 1848, married second, Cornelia Augur, who was born 1824, died June 1, 1861. He lived in Northford, Conn. Children by Antoinette Harrison: 1210. Apollos Edward, b. Nov. 15, 1831, d. April 4, 1834. *1211. Milo Apollos, b. Jan. 11, 1834. *1212. Venelia Harrison, b. Aug. 7, 1836. *1213. Matilda Irene, b. Oct. 10, 1838. 1214. Miranda Jeannette, b. Aug. 26, 1841, d. unmarried. *1215. Delia Augusta, b. July 4, 1843. 1216. Bertha Sirena, b. Oct. 10, 1845,
AMOS FOWLER, M. D. IN THE galaxy of Albany physicians whose professional labors have done so much toward alleviating physical suffering, the name of Dr. Amos Fowler stands conspicuous. This celebrity he has attained after long years of patient toil, deep study, and constant practice. He was born in the town of Cohocton, Steuben county, N. Y., on the 5th day of July, 1820. His ancestors were among those from the old, enterprising eastern states, who loved so much to set the wheels of civilization in motion and turn the wilderness into a garden. Removing at an early day from
CAPT. ENOCH S. FOWLER. Mr. Fowler, a portrait of whom appears in this work, was one of those Argonauts who came to this country at an early day, and has since made himself a name known as a household word all over Puget Sound. Captain Fowler was born in Lubec, Maine, November 19, 1813, and died in Port Townsend November 27, 1876, being sixty-three years of age. He came to the Pacific coast in 1849 as master and part owner of the brig Quoddy Bell, which he sold in San Francisco, joining the brig George Emery as mate, and made