One of Indianapolis's Oldest Residents Dies at Illinois Street Home.

Mrs. Anna Marie Slevin, 75 years old, who moved to Indianapolis In 1869, died last night from blood poisoning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Kriel, 1722 North Illinois street. The funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon and the Rev. A. B. Philputt of the Central Christian Church will offiate. The burial at Crown Hill will be private. The old Slevin homestead formerly stood near Pennsylvania and Georgia streets in the heart of the present wholesale district. Mrs. Slevin is survived by four children, Mrs. Kriel, Mrs. P.B. Quinius of New Orleans, Edward and Frank Slevin of this city.

Indianapolis (Indiana) Star, February 23, 1910.