A military funeral was held for Rev. John Henry Hull, who passed away in McAllen, Texas on January 18, 1929. An obituary for Rev. John H. Hull is found in the 1929 OBITUARY NOTEBOOK at the Sandusky Library. The article stated that Rev. Warren Tuttle, of Kent, Ohio, officiated at Rev. Hull's funeral, held at the Old First Presbyterian Church in Sandusky, Ohio. A firing squad from the Cleveland Grays gave a salute at the grave of Rev. Hull in Oakland Cemetery. Rev. Hull had served as the chaplain of the Cleveland Grays for thirty five years.
Parishes where Rev. John H. Hull served as pastor included churches in Marblehead, Ohio; Frankfort, Michigan; Kent, Ohio; Cleveland, Ohio; as well as churches in South Dakota. Rev. Hull was survived by his widow, two sons, and four grandchildren. Rev. John H. Hull was the son of John L. Hull, who was well known in Perkins Township of Erie County, Ohio. Rev. John H. Hull was also the brother of Judge Linn W. Hull.