This letter, apparently prompted by a notice from Bowen of a funeral, 
offers a summary of their childhood in Hannibal.  It does not mention 
for whom the funeral services were held.  Obviously someone significant 
to their days growing up in Hannibal.  I could not find the letter from 
Bowen to Clemens mentioned and am curious as to who the deceased was.

/Unaffiliated Geographer and Twain aficionado/