|Birth: ||May 2, 1833|
|Death: ||Feb. 10, 1899|
Civil War: Enlisted Warsaw, Indiana Co. F. Twelfth Volunteers
Hoopeston, Ill. Chronicle, Thursday, February 16, 1899
Another Old Soldier Mustered Out
James M. Hall died at his home on south Market street at 2 o'clock Friday morning from cancer of the stomach, aged nearly sixty-six years. The funeral services were held in the Methodist Episcopal church at two o'clock Sunday aftrnoon, Rev. Parker Shields officiating, followed by interment in Floral Hill.
James M. Hall was born May 2, 1833, at Winchester, Clark county, Kentucky. He came north to Indiana in the spring of 1856, and on April 28, 1858, he was united in marraige to Miss Mary E. Silver, who survives him. He resided at or near Milford, Indiana, until the breaking out of the rebellion, when he enlisted at Warsaw, Indiana, in Co. F. Twelfth Volunteers, and served until the close of the war. He located at Warsaw with his family after coming out ot the service and lived there about three years. He then moved to Logan county, Illinois, where he lived until he came to Hoopeston in 1875, and he has lived here ever since. He leaves to mourn his loss a wife and six children as follows: C. A. Hall, Eureka, Kansas; Joseph Hall, Oregon; Bert and John, both of Hoopeston; and Mrs. Arthur Ale and Mrs. Edward Hobson, both of Hoopeston. Deceased has suffered for the last year. About a year ago he slipped and fell in such a way that he broke his right shoulder. He has been failing ever since, and has been confined to his bed about five months.
Deceased united with the M. E. church during the revival services conducted by Rev. Parker Shields three years ago, and has remained a faithful Christian until the end of the journey.
Mary E. Silvers Hall (1840 - 1926)*
Nellie Hall Ale (1875 - 1968)*
Floral Hill Cemetery
Plot: Block 3
Created by: Carol Hicks
Record added: Jun 16, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 53779610