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(Published in the Madisonville, Kentucky Hustler, January 25, 1895)

Death's Doings.
Ira J., son of Rev. and Mrs. Sam FOWLER, died Wednesday afternoon about 1 o'clock. He was about ten years of age and was a bright and intelligent boy. He was taken sick Monday night with some trouble of the bowels. The physicians were unable to render any relief as the case from the first was a desperate one. The funeral took place yesterday at the family residence, after which the remains were interred at the Odd Fellow's cemetery. Rev. FOWLER and family have the sympathy of all the people in their sad bereavement.

(Published in the Madisonville, Kentucky Hustler, February 1, 1896)

Death's Doings.
Ira J. FOWLER, son of Elder S.F. FOWLER and Jennie S. FOWLER, was born in Franklin, Johnson County, Ind., April 10, 1885 and died at the home of his parents in Madisonville, Ky. January 23, 1895, aged nine years, nine months and thirteen days.

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