LEWIS CEMETERY OBITUARIES
THOMAS MILTON LEWIS
(Note: "Uncle Tom's" grave is unmarked but Marie Busey of Jacksonville attended his funeral and knows that he is buried in this cemetery. Tom's father was David Lewis and Tom's wife was Eliza J. Wyatt. The parents of Eliza were Eli Martin Wyatt and Martha Keeling Wyatt.)
Jacksonville Daily Journal, Saturday, Nov. 19, 1910
Thomas Milton Lewis, died at 6:15 o'clock Wednesday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. L. H. Luce, in Ashland, after an illness of three months duration. Mr. Lewis was born Dec. 28, 1846, near Woodson, and has lived the greater number of his days in Morgan County. In 1868 he was married to Elizabeth Jane Wyatt, who preceded him in death thirty years ago. To this union were born four chidlren: Minnie, who died in infancy, Mrs. L. H. Luce, of Ashland, Edward and Henry Lewis, of Tallula. The funeral was held at 8:30 o'clock Friday morning at the home of the daughter in Ashland and the remains were then taken to Woodson, where they were laid to rest in the family cemetery. Brief services were conducted at the grave.
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