Lou Crow

Oconee Enterprise
Friday, October 7, 1927
Page One

Mrs. Lou Crow, Former Resident Passes Away

The Athens Baner-Herald (sic) of Monday carried the following sad news of the death of Mrs. Lou Crow, well-known, former resident of this county, which will cause many to bow in sorrow in the loss of this good woman.

Funeral services for Mrs. Lou Crow, widow of the late Mr. F. A. Crow, aged 84, who died at 11 o'clock Sunday morning after a short illness, were held Monday morning at 11 o'clock at the graveside. Interment was in the Clutts cemetery in Oconee County, Bernstein Bros. Funeral home in charge. The services were conducted by Rev. J.A. Langford, pastor of the Baptist church, Bishop.

Mrs. Crow was born in Watkinsville, but had lived in Taliferro county for the past ten years.

She is survived by three daughters Mrs. C.P. Harris of Miami, Fla.; Mrs. Homer Crossley, of Philomath, and Miss A.M. Crow, of Atlanta; three sons, Messrs. C. C. of Camilla, M. E. of Wrightsville, Ga., and J. M. Crow of Newnan; one brother, Mr. G. F. Dickens, of Union Point; two sisters, Mrs. James Collins, of Rochelle, Ga., and Mrs. Millard Sims, of Birmingham, Ala.

Mrs. Crow was a high type of Christian woman, well known in this section, and she leaves many friends to mourn her death.