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Lake County Genealogical Society (Ohio)

Hezekiah Hall Cemetery (extinct)

Hezekiah Hall died August 1, 1832. According to Soldiers and Widows of the American Revolution who were buried in Lake County, Ohio by Mildred Steed (1985), "He was buried on the Hall homestead property, but later removed to the Willoughby Village Cemetery." The stone reading that is given includes William C. Hall, Levi Hall, Nancy Card Hall and Almira Corning Hall.

The property that Hezekiah's son Levi purchased for him was 1000 acres along Euclid Avenue one and one-half miles from the village of Chagrin, now Willoughby.


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