Anna Lillian Lindauer
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Sex: Female
Birth: October 20, 1872
Manhattan, New York
Baptism: Lutheran
Death: before June 19, 1956
Rye, New York
Burial: Greenwood Union Cemetery
Rye, New York
Father: Charles Frederick Lindauer I (1835-1921)
Mother: Anna Augusta Kershaw (1841-1931) I
Spouse/Partner: Ira Lowe (1870-bef1910)
Marriage: circa 1897
Children: Joseph Lowe (1903-1979)
Blanche Lowe (1898-1998)
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Lindauers in Rye, New York in August of 1929

Anna Lillian Lindauer (1872-1956) aka Annie Lindauer; Housewife (b. October 20, 1872, Manhattan, New York County, New York, USA - d. before June 19, 1956, United Hospital, Rye, Westchester County, New York, USA)



She was born on "October 20, 1881" according to her obituary. However there is an "Anna Lillian Lindauer" born on "October 20, 1872" in Manhattan to Charles and Anna. The nine year difference is difficult to reconcile, but obituaries have been known to be incorrect. The month and day of birth match what is in her obituary.



In 1895 she married Ira Lowe (1870-bef1910) who was a tailor from Germany.


Together they had two children:


Anna died in 1956 in Rye, New York and she is buried in Greenwood Union Cemetery, Rye, New York.


Anna's obituary appeared in the Rye Chronicle and reads as follows:

Anna Lowe, a Rye resident for over 60 years, died on Saturday at the United Hospital. She was seventy five years old and resided at 21 Oakwood Avenue. The widow of Ira Lowe, she was born in New York City on October 20, 1881 [sic], daughter of the late Charles and Anna Augusta Kershaw Lindauer. She was a member of the Rye Methodist Church. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Blanche Testerman of the home address; a son, Joseph Lowe of Rye; three grandchildren, U.S. Army Captain John Wahl of Fort Benning, Georgia, Mrs. W.F. Spaulding of San Antonio, Texas, and William Joseph Wahl of Rye, and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the William H. Graham Funeral Home with the Reverend Paul Abel, pastor of Rye Methodist Church, officiating. Interment was in Greenwood Union Cemetery.

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