The following unidentified newspaper article was in a collection owned by Lowell Town Historian Richard Schmal:
Miss Ann Elizabeth Kenyon was born at Sterling, Windom county, Conn., August 29, 1829, and died, after an illness of about three months, at the home of her sister Mrs. H.R. Nichols, Lowell Ind., February 22, 1904, at the age of 74 years, 5 months and 23 days. At the age of 6 years she came with her parents to Ohio, where they lived for three years. In the fall of 1838 the family again journeyed westward, settling on a farm in Pleasant Grove, three miles northeast of Lowell, where they continued to live the fore part of the year 1888, when the father died; January 22d; the mother having passed away some eight years previous. Since the death of her father she has made her home with her sister, Mrs. H.R. Nichols. She was quiet and unassuming in her demeanor and was very highly respected by all of her fiends and neighbors, and because of her long residence here and the warm friendships she had formed, will be greatly missed from among us. Her funeral occurred from her late home at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, and was largely attended. Elder John Bruce, in the absence of Rev. D.D. Hoagland her pastor, conducted the funeral services. Funeral Director John Castle had charge of the burial services. Interment beside her parents in the Lowell cemetery. The active pall bearers were Thomas Grant, Ernest Dickinson, Will Nichols, Carl Gregg and George and Harry Foster, her great nephews. George S. Clark, E.S. Clark, C.C. Pattee, W.E. Belshaw, Dan Lynch and H.H. Ragon acted as honorary pall bearers. She leaves one sister, Mrs. H.R. Nichols, of Lowell, two brothers, Albert, of Russel, Kansas, and Lester, of Danville, Illinois, and a large number of relatives and friends to mourn her, to whom we extend sincere sympathy in their sorrow and bereavement.