Mrs. Ann M. Slevin, wife of John Slevin of the old dry goods firm of J &. J. Slevin, died at her late residence, No. 121 West Sixth street, yesterday morning, in the sixtieth year of her age. Mrs. Slevin was born of an old Pennsylvania family, in Brownsville, Penn., and removed with her husband to this city in 1839. She was one of the most estimable of women, remarkable intelligent, of an exceedingly kind and amiable disposition, and charitable in an eminent degree. Her charity was frequently dispensed with her own hands in habitations of want and suffering, with no witness but the recipient and her God, to whom alone she looked for reward with all the confidence of a devout Catholic, which she was.
Cincinnati (Ohio) Daily Enquirer, December 11, 1875.