Ely's Station, IN Farmer Hit by Train, Aug 1907

George Greenwald, the Knox county farmer who was struck by an E. & T. H. train while sitting on the track near Ely's station and later brought to the Deaconess hospital in this city suffering from a fractured skull passed away. The body was shipped to his home in Knox county.

Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN 7 Aug 1907

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INJURIES BY TRAIN FATAL TO FARMER

George Greenwall of Busseron, Ind., Dies at Deaconess Hospital -- Body Shipped Home

George Greenwall, the Knox county farmer who was struck by an E. & T. H. train Saturday night, died at Deaconess hospital yesterday of his injuries. The remains were shipped to his home in Busserton by Undertaker Smith.

According to the testimony given by George Patterson, a brother-in-law of Greenwall's they had been in Vincennes on Saturday.  Greenwall took the train north and got off at Emison by mistake.  He had been drinking.  He started to walk up the track to Busserton when he was struck by the train.  Although the accident occurred in Knox County, Coroner Laval has jurisdiction because the death occurred here.

Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN 7 Aug 1907