William H. Cawley
in Easton, PA
Easton Daily Express, Monday, August 3, 1903, Page 5
Aged Woman Dead
Mrs. Cawley Was Oldest Active Member of Christ Lutheran church.
Mrs. Louisa Catharine Cawley, widow of the late William Cawley, died at 9:30 o’clock Satruday evening at her home, No,. 523 Northampton Street. It was the ending of life of the oldest active member of Christ Lutheran church, of which she was one of the original members. Her husband, who died 41years ago, was the contractor who build Christ church. Mrs. Cawley was in the 89th year of her age. Her death was caused b a complication of ailments, such as the age are heir to. For 53 years she resided in the house in which she died. During the last 18 months of her life the deceased was confined to her room.
Mrs. Cawley was a native of Easton and was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Weaver, who died many years ago. Her father and her grandfather were also natives of Easton. The deceased is survived by one son and one daughter – W. H. Cawley, manager for the Adams Express Company at Trenton, N.J., and Mrs. A. M. Brodie. Both reside in this city. Mrs. Cawley was one of the oldest residents of Easton, and was well and favorable known by the older citizens of the city.
Easton Daily Express, Tuesday, August 4, 1903, Page 5
Mrs. Cawley’s Funeral
The funeral of the late Mrs. Louisa Catharine Cawley was held at 4 o’clock this afternoon at the deceased’s late home, 523 Northampton Street,. Rev,. Elmer E. Snyder, of Christ Lutheran Church, who conducted the services, was assisted by Rev. Dr. L.W. Eckard, of Brainerd-Union Presbyterian Church. The pall-bears were E. I. Hunt, Charles Meeker, John M. Conahay and Jonathan Moore. Interment took place in Easton Cemetery.