Francis Matthew "Matt" Hall

Used with permission from photographer Jim Sheaffer.
Used with permission from photographer Jim Sheaffer.

(November 16, 1867 - January 25, 1949)


The Lusk Herald
February 10, 1949


Matt Hall, Pioneer Dies in Crawford

F.M. "Matt" Hall, 82, a pioneer of eastern Wyoming and Western Nebraska, died at the Ivins Hospital in Crawford, Nebr. on Tuesday, January 25.

He was the father of Mrs. Sarah Belle Forbes, former teacher in the Lusk High School but now of Silver City, N. Mex. and was a brother of Jesse L. Hall, a former resident of Lusk, but now residing at Covina, Calif. Two other brothers also survive, Floyd Hall of Harrison and Frank Hall of Lander.

Funeral services were conducted from the Methodist Church in Harrison on Friday afternoon, January 28.


The Lusk Herald
Harrison Section
February 10, 1949
Harrison Pioneer Dies


F.M. Hall, 82, pioneer resident of Sioux County, died at the Ivans Hospital in Crawford last Tuesday. The funeral wil be held at the Methodist Church, with burial at the Bodarc cemetery, as soon as the roads are re-opened.


This gravestone photo was found on nebraskagravestones.org.








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