William Miller Hall
1922

W. M. Hall formerly of Chattanooga, died yesterday morning in Barbourville, Ky., after a short illness. Mr. Hall was a member of the boilermaker's union, and was employed for a number of years by local manufacturing plants. He is survived by his wife, four children and three sisters. The body will be brought to Chattanooga for interment. Funeral arrangements will be announced later.
Chattanooga Times Newspaper Obituary - Published: April 11, 1922

William Hall, age 37 years, formerly of this city, died in Headrick, Ky., Saturday morning. He was a member of the local boilermakers' union and had resided in Chattanooga practically all his life. Surviving are his wife and four children; three sisters, Mrs. J. C. Morris, of Chattanooga; Mrs. R. P. Lecroy, of Daisy, and Mrs. Dave Lennaut, of Birmingham, Ala., and two brothers, J. M. Hall and R. B. Hall of Chattanooga. Funeral services will be held from the home of Mrs. Norris, 3410 Avenue E. East Lake, this morning at 10' o clock. Interment will be in Forest Hills cemetery. Graveside services will be conducted by the boilermakers' union.
Chattanooga Times Newspaper Obituary - Published: April 11, 1922

Note from submitter:

William Miller Hall
DOB: June 17, 1885
DOD: April 08, 1922

Typos of obituary
Morris=Norris
Lennaut=Tenant/Tennant