HALL, LEWIS "LEW" - Franklin County, Ohio | LEWIS "LEW" HALL - Ohio Gravestone Photos

Lewis "Lew" HALL

Walnut Grove - Worthington Cemetery
Franklin County,

Lewis was born 18 Jan 1861 in Franklin Co., OH and died 28 Mar 1944 in Linworth, Franklin Co., OH.

LEWIS HALL FATALLY INJURED WHEN HIT BY CAR - Lewis Hall, 634 Morning Street, and lifetime resident of this community, succumbed in University Hospital, Saturday, to injuries sustained when he was struck by an auto, on West Granville Road, near the H.P_. Jeffers home, Saturday morning. Mr. Hall was walking to his property in Linworth where he had planned to sow some grass seed, when the accident happened. A neighbor, William Sells, overtook him, stopped his car on the opposite side of the road and offered him a ride. As he crossed the road, he was hit by an auto driven by Roger Helmer of Plain City.

Mr. Hall, who was 83 years old, was born near Linworth, was engaged in farming most of his life. He was married to Emma Morgan and had he lived they would have observed their 60th wedding anniversary April 13. He was held in high regard by his neighbors and friends and had been a member of the Worthington I.O.O.F. lodge for 45 years. Up until a few months ago he and Mrs. Hall had lived in Linworth for 25 years.

He is survived by his wife, Emma J. Hall, three half brothers, Lyman, William and Herbert, a son-in-law, John B. Winney, three grandchildren. Mrs. Hall and her relatives have the deepest sympathy of the citizens of this community, the grim reaper having stuck close to them recently for the 4th time. Mrs. Howard Warner passed away in September, Mr. Warner about 3 months later, and since that time the Halls have been living in Worthington at the Warner home with Lew Henry, whose uncle also died a few weeks ago.

Contributed on 1/30/07 by mhamilton477
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Record #: 15707

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Submitted: 1/30/07 • Approved: 1/30/07 • Last Updated: 8/13/15 • R15707-G0-S3

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