About Lewis Grant
The Ogden Standard-Examiner; Saturday Evening, October 8, 1932; Page 6 Death Caused By Fall From Hayrack HONEYVILLE, Oct. 8 – Lewis Grant, 69, of Honeyville, died at four-thirty a.m. Friday from the effects of injuries sustained the day before in an accident while hauling hay. When Mr. Grant attempted to drive through a gate with an empty hayrack, part of the gate swung back against the rack and Mr. Grant was thrown to the ground and suffered a fractured skull, a broken back and broken nose. He was taken to his home and attended by a physician. Mr. Grant was born in Brigham City, January 1, 1883, and was taken to Honeyville when a child. He was a farmer and active in civic and religious affairs of Honeyville. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mariah Hunsaker Grant; three daughters, Mrs. Effie Gillespie of Honeyville, Mrs. Verna Tyre of Tremonton and Mrs. Alta Zollinger of Mackey, Idaho; three sons, Abraham and David Grant of Honeyville, and Waldo Grant of Blue Creek. Funeral services will be held Sunday at twelve noon, in the Honeyville ward chapel, under the direction of Bishop Abinidi Tolman.