Eliza Ann Otis (Wetherby)
|Place of Burial:||Hollywood Forever Cemetery Hollywood Los Angeles County California|
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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.