|September 4, 1929
HENRY LEWIS, 84, CALLED BY DEATH
Died This Morning At Daughter's Home
Henry Lewis, 84 years old, died at three o'clock this morning at the home of his daughter Mrs. Harry Darlington on 33rd St., Catlettsburg.
Mr. Lewis had been ill for the past few months and little hope had been held out for his recovery. Announcement as to the funeral arrangements and burial will be made in Thursday's issue of the Independent.
September 4, 1929
HENRY LEWIS, CIVIL WAR VETERAN, DIES
Services Tomorrow At Daughter's Home
Henry Lewis, well known resident of Catlettsburg, and veteran of the Civil War, died yesterday morning after an illness of three months. He had been bedfast for the past four weeks.
Mr. Lewis was an old river man and followed this occupation up until a short time before his death. He was well know throughout the Ohio valley.
The deceased is survive by one daughter, Mrs. Harry Darlington, Catlettsburg; four sons, Alec, John and Charlie Lewis, of Catlettsburg, and Joe Lewis of Kenova, W. Va. His wife preceded him in death about six years ago. Twelve grandchildren and eight great grandchildren also survive.
Funeral services will be held tomorrow [...] the Darlington residence on Thirty-third street, Catlettsburg, and will be followed by burial in the Williams cemetery at Ashland. Rev. J. W. Greenwood, assisted by Rev. Cox, will be in charge of the service.