|Birth: ||Jul. 15, 1853|
Port of Menteith
|Death: ||Feb. 17, 1887|
Thomas was born in Port of Monteith, Scotland. He lost his mother at the early age of 1 year old. Thomas had a sister Agnes. Thomas was the son of Henry Hill and Janet "Jessie" McDonald, Henry's first wife.
Thomas raised horses in Junction City, Kansas. His life was cut short when he was killed by a man named James Smith who fought with him over a horse trade. James Smith was convicted of 2nd degree murder and sentenced to 16 years in prison.
Aged 33 yrs, 7 mos. per tombstone; 33 yrs, 4 mos, 28 days per cemetery records.
Son of P. Henry & Jessie Hill.
Henry Hill (1826 - 1900)
Janet "Jessie" MacDonald Hill (1828 - 1855)
Mary C Ashbaugh Hill Daggett (1861 - 1917)
Harry Hill (1880 - 1954)*
Thomas Oliver Hill (1884 - 1968)*
Wynona Hill (1887 - 1903)*
Thomas Hill (1853 - 1887)
Mary Hill (1860 - 1873)**
John Hill (1867 - 1903)**
Richard Hill (1869 - 1918)**
Eliza Jessie Hill (1871 - 1890)**
David Hill (1880 - 1901)**
"How many hopes lie buried here"
Plot: Sec. X-6, Lot DG 225-2 purchased by Mrs. Thomas Hill
GPS (lat/lon): 39.01264, -96.84354
Maintained by: Betty Hill
Originally Created by: Connie Langvardt
Record added: Nov 09, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 61379840
In memory of my great grandfather!|
Added: Nov. 22, 2012