|Birthplace:||Providence, Cache, UT|
|Death:||Died in Washington, Washington County, Utah, United States|
|Place of Burial:||Washington, Washington County, Utah, United States|
|Managed by:||Scott David Hibbard|
Historical records matching Calvin Hall
About Calvin Hall
Calvin was born to Newton Daniel and Sarah Jane Busenbark Hall on August 6, 1864 in Providence, Cache, Utah. He died on April 1, 1942 and was buried two days later in the Washington City Cemetery, Washington, Utah.
He has one living son - Edward Alma Hall - Jan 8, 1928
He held many city positions; mayor, postmaster, businessman, but most of all-friend of Washington City. In it's early years he helped make Washington the city it is today.
"The area where the Willard O. Nisson park now stands was used as a campground in the latter part of the 1800's. It was known as Camp Washington and as Hall's Campground or Pasture. Calvin Hall was the owner and operator of the campground. This provided for a place where visitors could come and stay in the small wooden cabins that were located on the property. He also had a store located on the southeast corner* of 200 W. and Telegraph St. This campground was the first place in Washington that had drinking water delivered in a pipe. A pipe was run from the northeast corner of 200 N. and 200 E. known as Hall's Head House. This provided clean water to the campground. The water system to provide water to the homes in Washington was built in 1931." Washington City Historical Society Marker