Mrs. Anna Kennedy Foley, aged 59 Years, widow of James E. Foley, died at her home at 41 California St., at 7 o'clock, Tuesday evening.
In failing health for several months, Mrs. Foley had been confined to her bed for seven weeks, and her death was caused by acute pneumonia.
Mrs. Foley was born in Xenia April 18, 1867 and had lived in this city all her life.  She was the eldest daughter of William and Elizabeth Mahon Kennedy.  Her marriage to James E. Foley took place August 11, 1886.  Mr Foley died January 14, 1904.
Surviving Mrs. Foley are five children: Mrs. E. M. Kinsey of Detroit; J. William Foley, of Dayton; Harry E. Foley of Cincinnati; Mrs. Gardner W. Carr, of Seattle, Wash. and Miss Mary Alice Foley of the reportorial staff of the Evening Gazette and the Morning Republican.  One son, Edward, died in infancy.  Two brothers and two sisters also survive, T. J. Kennedy, secretary of the Home Building and Savings Association; Mrs. Edward Burdell of Cincinnati; James E. and Miss Mary Kennedy of Xenia.  A brother William Kennedy, died April 14, 1917.
During her childhood Mrs. Foley was a member of the First Lutheran Church.
Funeral services conducted by the Rev. F. W. Stanton will be held Friday at 2:30 o'clock at the home with interment in Woodland Cemetery.  Friends may call after 7 o'clock Thursday night.