LEWIS, JOHN-articles and
Worland Grit no. 9 February 19, 1915, page 6 TRITE TENSLEEP
Mr. John Lewis left for Rochester, Minnesota,
Wednesday morning, where he will consult Mayo Bros. He has been suffering for some time with a
complication of stomach trouble and other ailments. His eldest son, Pearl accompanied him.
Worland Grit no. 15 April 02, 1915, page 6
John Lewis is very ill at his home on Lower Nowood.
Mr. Lewis has been suffering from stomach trouble for several months and being
somewhat worse, last week his children who reside at Hyattville, Mrs. Ernest
Allen, Mrs. Bert Allen and Mrs. Roland
Hankins, were called home to see him.
Worland Grit no. 15 April 02, 1915, page 6 Ten Sleep Items
Obituary— J. H. Lewis died at his home on
lower Nowood on Monday morning and was buried here in the M. E. cemetery at
three o'clock on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Lewis had been very ill for some time
and, though death was expected, it came as a great shock to his many friends. All
of his children and grandchildren spent the last few sad days with him and were
present at his death. J. H. Lewis was born in Fairmont,
Missouri, in 1856 and came to the Big Horn
Basin in 1894, where he
was well known, and is mourned by hosts of sincere friends. Rev. Glover delivered
a very eloquent sermon and the M. E. choir sang several beautiful hymns. Mr.
Lewis leaves his wife, his father, one sister and eleven children. Five
children, who are married, are Mrs. Bert Allen, Mrs. Ernest Allen and Mrs.
Roland Hankins of Hyattville, and Mrs. Sam Bryant and William Lewis of Tensleep. The children remaining at home
are three sons. Pearl, Leone and Cicero,
and three daughters, Alice, Hazel and Frances.