BOWMAN, Charles Thomas

Date of birth:  22 Apr 1871 Bartholomew County, Indiana
Date of death: 2 Sep 1941 Belleville, Hendricks County, Indiana

Danville Republican, Danville, Hendricks County, Indiana; September 4, 1941

CHARLES BOWMAN DIES

Charles Bowman, a farmer of the Belleville community, died suddenly Monday from a heart attack. His son, Carol[Carroll], came to the home at noon and found his father dead. Funeral ser­vices will be held today at the Jackson funeral home in Clayton, and tomorrow at Edinburg. Burial will be at Edinburg.

Franklin Evening Star, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana; September 4, 1941

Funeral Friday
For C. T. Bowman

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Edinburgh Burial
For Town's Native

¶ Edinburgh, Sept. 4 — Last rites will be held at 2:30 o'clock Friday after­noon at the Edinburgh Methodist Church for Charles T. Bowman, 80[sic], former resident of this town, who died suddenly Tuesday at his home in Clayton.

Short services were held this morning in Clayton, after which the body was brought to the home of Mr. Bowman's brother, J. Frank Bowman of Edinburgh. Burial will be made in Rest Haven Cemetery here.

Mr. Bowman was born in Bartholo­mew County near Edinburgh, the son of John and Mary Bowman. He was a farmer in early manhood but later became a sales­man for a farm implement firm. He married Miss Hattie F. Miller of Edinburgh, who died in 1916.

Seven children, all of whom survive, were born of the union. Mr. Bowman was a member of the Edinburgh Christian Church and formerly was a Mason. He left Edinburgh about 11 years ago.

Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Mabel Spacke of California, Mrs. Edith Roberts and Mrs. Nina Huppert, both of Indianapolis; four sons, Dallas Bowman of California; Frank and Dale Bowman of Indianapolis, and Carroll Bowman of Clayton; the brother, Frank, and six grandchildren.

Submitted by Mark E. Wirey