Person:Eugenia Lowe (1)

Eugenia Lowe
b.20 Aug 1867 Texas
Facts and Events
Name[1] Eugenia Lowe
Gender Female
Birth[1] 20 Aug 1867 Texas
Marriage 10 Nov 1886 Texasto Clarence Welch Gano
Death[1][2] 23 May 1935 Dallas, Dallas County, Texas
Burial[1] Oakland Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Find A Grave.
  2. Texas Department of State Health Services. Texas Death Index, 1903-2000.
  3.   Dallas Morning News. (Dallas, Texas)
    20 Dec 1886, p. 6.

    "The Gay World of Society"

    An elegant Mikado luncheon was given on thursday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. William B. Gano, complimentary to the newly wedded bride, Mrs. Clarence Gano. It was a delightfully informal affair. The superb lunch was daintily served "a la Jap," and the menu cards were prettily executed little affairs, which will doubtless be retained as souvenirs of a happy occasion. Mrs. Clarence Gano confirmed the impression previously made of her social talents and graces. The young ladies present were Miss Grissim of Kentucky, Miss Ferris of Cleburne, Miss Sumpter of Kentucky, Misses Max Dixon, Ella Fendrich, Minnie Slaughter, Laura Gaston, Maggie Johnson, and Katie Gano.

  4.   Polk's City Directory (Dallas, Texas)
    p. 662, 1934.

    Gano, Eugenia (wid Clarence W) r 3904 Shannon ln

  5.   Dallas Morning News. (Dallas, Texas)
    p. ___, 24 May 1935.

    Mrs. Genie Gano, 67, native of Texas, died Thursday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John O. Wharton, 3904 Shannon Lane. Services at Central Christian Church. Friday. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery.

    She is the daughter of the late Judge Thomas Lowe, formerly of Gilmer and later of Texarkana, who served as acting Governor for the Territory of Oklahoma many years ago. She was the wife of the late Clarence Gano, son of Gen. R. M. Gano, early Dallasite.

    A native of Gilmer, Mrs. Gano was educated at Virginia College, Staunton, Va., and later graduated in voice from the conservatory of Cincinnati. Over a long period, she was a member of the Standard Club, the St. Cecelia Choral Club, and was soloist at the Central Christian Church. Survived by two daughters, Mrs. Fred Tucker and Mrs. Wharton of Dallas, and a son, Gordon Gano of Shrevport.