LEWIS HALL, of Milan, was born February 18, 1854, in the town of York, Wasbtenaw county. His parents, Aaron
and Jane Hall, were natives of Michigan, being among the people who were born prior to 1830. Aaron Hall enlisted
during the war of the Rebellion in Co. E, 18th Mich. Vol. Info., in 1862, remaining in the service two years and
ten months. He was captured at the battle of Stone River, and was held' prisoner for four months. He died at Palmyra,
Mich., October 21. 1876. Lewis left home when 13 years old to do for himself, working on a farm three years, and
then he secured work on the L. 8. & M. S. railroad, working for them four years. In March, 1881, he became
an employee of the Wabash & St. Louis railroad. Mr. Hall married Julia Mills, of Ogden, Mich., March 21, 1879.
His wife lived but a few months after her marriage. Died December 9, 1879, aged 17 years. In December, 1861, Mr
Hall again married, Alma Fields, of Raisinville, Monroe comity. Three children have been horn to them: Ella, who
died when 15 months old: Ellsworth and Frank.
History of Monroe County, Michigan
Talcott E. Wing, Editor
Munsell & Company, Publishers
New York 1890.
Monroe County, Michigan Biographies
Names A to C
Names D to K
Names L to P
Names R to Z
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