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F. C. Fowler

1851 - 1930

Source:  Burnet Bulletin, 30 March 1930

F.C. Fowler Called By Death

F.C. Fowler was called by death at his home in this place last Thursday, March 13th, 1930. His funeral service was held at the First Baptist Church of this place and the body was interred in the Odd Fellows' Cemetery. Bro. Bryan, local Baptist pastor conducted the funeral services. The pall bearers were: Ed Green of Tow, E. C. Fowler of Marble Falls, Booth Green of Marble Falls, and Donald and .....Heine of Creedmore.

Mr. Fowler was born June 9th, 1851, in South Carolina. At an early age he moved with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fowler to the Spicewood community in Burnet County. On September 19th, 1876, he was united in marriage to Miss Tabitha Ventry. She, with a granddaughter, Mrs. Robert F. Oland of San Antonio, and adopted son, W. H. Heine of Creedmore, survive him.

In 1891 Mr. Fowler, and family moved to the town of Burnet, where they resided until a few years ago when he and his wife moved to Lampasas, remaining there until about a year ago when they returned to Burnet.

The deceased was the soul of honor and never in his life intentionally wronged any person. "Uncle Chap" as he was affectionately known to both old and young at this place, leaves a name without a blemish and numerous friends to mourn his death. He joined the Baptist Church when seventeen years of age and during this almost four-score years of life lived as he thought a Christian should live.

The Bulletin extends sympathy to the bereaved relatives.

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