I found the census record for Edwin Fowler, and the eight year old child is pretty definitely an "F.E."There are also two Ezra Fowlers listed on the Soldiers and Sailors Index, one in the 105th and another in the 72nd Ohio Regiments.I don't remember if you posted it or not, but there is an Ezra Fowler who died in Portage County in 1916.Would that be him?I found these obituaries in the Cleveland Necrology Files.
Name: Fowler, Stella
Date: Dec 22 1972
Source: Plain Dealer;Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #109.
Notes: Fowler. Stella Fowler of Cottohwood, Ariz., wife of the late Edwin P., sister of Ella Brown, Wallie Verbsky and the late Roger and Louis. Services Friday 3 p.m. at Davis Funeral Home, 4154 Clark Ave., Willoughby, O., where friends may call Friday 1-3 P.M.
Id#: 0103877Name: Fowler, EdwinDate: Oct 25 1941Source: Source unknown;Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #026.Notes: Fowler: Edwin, beloved husband of Ortha and father of Clarence, Harry, Hugh, Robert and James, passed away at his home in Chardon Oct. 23. Funeral Sunday, Oct. 26, Congregational Church, Chardon, 2 p. m.
Id#: 0103876Name: Fowler, Dr. EdwinDate: September 30, 1915Source: Source unknown;Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #026.Notes: Fowler-Dr. Edwin, Tuesday, Sept. 28, in his 80th year, at the residence, 5033 Broadway. Funeral Thursday, Sept. 30, at 2 p. m. at late residence. Interment at Woodland cemetery.
Id#: 0103875Name: Fowler, EdwinDate: July 14, 1904Source: Source unknown;Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #026.Notes: Fowler-Edwin, No. No. 85 Merchants ave., aged 72 years, died 7:30 p. m. July 13. Funeral Friday, July 15, 2:30 standard from residence.
There were a ton of Fowlers in Geauga county in 1850.Would you like me to look up any others?