Stillwater Valley News
October 28, 1934
Anna, the youngest daughter of Daniel and Julia Ann Chrowl was born on the old Chrowl homestead about 2 miles west of Covington on the 17th of July 1856. On the afternoon of October 23, 1934 she exchanged this life for the life eternal at the age of 78 years, 3 months and 6 days. In the year 1874 she was married to William Ross Fraker, this union was blessed with 4 children, 3 daughters, Mae Stoker of Piqua, Estella Palsgrove of Groveport, O., and Susan Kiser of Covington; one son, Charles died about 1888. The husband preceded her in death by 52 years, having departed this life in 1882. Being left a widow early in life she reared her little family with a mother's tender care and lived to see her family increase to 9 grandchildren, 26 great grandchildren and 3 great-great grandchildren; all will rise up to call her blessed. Mother Fraker was for many years a faithful and devout member of the Church of the Brethren. Her sunny disposition and noble character will ever live to be a benediction, not to her immediate family only, but to all who knew her best. She leaves besides her 3 daughters and their families to mourn her going away, one aged brother, William Chrowl of Ansonia, Ohio, and a number of nephews and nieces, and a very large circle of friends. Funeral services were held at her home on North High St. in Covington at 2:30 P.M. Friday Oct. 26, 1934 with burial in Highland Cemetery. Funeral service and burial conducted by her nephew, Dr. W. Rollo Boehringer of Enon, Ohio.
Card Of Thanks
We wish to thank our neighbors and friends for kindness and help during our mothers sickness.
Mrs. Joe Stoker
Mrs. Altus Palsgrove
Mrs. Susie Kiser
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