Tombstone Tuesday: Hiram Hezekiah Leviticus Luttrell

TombstoneTuesday        Hiram Hezekiah Leviticus “Hez” Luttrell was born on July 19, 1867 in Lincoln County, Tennessee to parents Newton and Juliana Howard Luttrell.  Newton had served in the Civil War in the 41st Tennessee Infantry and was captured on February 16,1862 at the Battle of Fort Donelson (Tennessee), a decisive victory for the Union.

NewtonLuttrellNewton and his wife and seven children moved to Washington County, Arkansas in 1872.  On January 1, 1890 Hezekiah married Mary Margaret “Mollie” Roberts Luttrell, the widow of his older brother James.  James had married Mollie in 1879 and in 1882 was found dead on a ranch in Grayson County, Texas.  Mollie returned to her family home in Arkansas and gave birth to their son Wiley Newton Luttrell.

 

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