Historical records matching Eliza Ann Otis
About Eliza Ann Otis
Eliza Ann Wetherby Otis (1833-1904) was a Los Angeles philanthropist and a writer for the Los Angeles Times. As a member of the staff at the Times working at such departments as "Woman and Home" and "Our Boys and Girls."
She was born as Eliza Ann Wetherby in 1833 to a wealthy woolen manufacturer and minister who had opened the Wetherby Academy and named it for himself. She married Harrison Gray Otis. They had a daughter, Marian Otis, and she married Harry Chandler.
The Eliza A. Otis Memorial Bells in Hollywood Forever Cemetery.
Eliza Ann Otis's Timeline
July 1, 1866
Marietta, Washington County, Ohio, United States
Hollywood Forever Cemetery Hollywood Los Angeles County California