October 9, 1908
Reverend F. M. HILL and wife, Margaret, nee Bellwood, married Sept. 26, 1908, were both drowned at Chaplin, Ky., Sept. 29, 1908 in a sinkhole of Chaplin Creek, two miles south of town. He had been married previously and left two sons, the oldest 14 years old. He was 38 years old; a son of John L. Hill.
-GENEALOGICAL ABSTRACTS FROM REPORTED DEATHS THE NASHVILLE CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1908-1910 By Jonathan Kennon Thompson Smith Copyright, Jonathan K. T. Smith, 2002 =============
Article Title: The Biloxi Daily Herald
Article Date: October 1 1908
Article Description: Preacher and Wife Drown. Couple Had Only Been Married a Few Days Ago.
Lexington, Ky., Oct 1.--Telephone messages received here state that Rev. F. M. HILL, formerly of this city, with his wife, to whom he had been wedded only a few days, was drowned near Chaplain, Nelson County, K.Y., Tuesday. Mr. HILL was a leader in the Methodist church in Kentucky.
Rev. Mr. HILL and his wife were driving a horse which became frightened and backed the vehicle over a big high bank into the river.
Thanks to Deb #46888369 for the information.
Effie Godbey Hill (1873 - 1906)*
Margaret Belwood Hill (1885 - 1908)*
Emma Hill Brookshire (1896 - 1983)*
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