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Hall Family Genealogy

A group for researching the surname Hall.

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Latest Activity: May 30

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Robert Hall of Elbert County, Georgia, 1840

Started by Scott Richmond May 22.

Hall Family in Kentucky, Va, NC

Started by Brenda Harrison Steele Feb 26.

Descendants of John Hall 1 Reply

Started by Rachel. Last reply by Mary Ellen Aube Oct 6, 2011.

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Comment by Rick Allen on May 30, 2014 at 7:37pm

I have begun a blog on Hall research in middle Tennessee and reaching out to Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, North Carolina and Georgia.  Please go to  I want to use this to collaborate and share information with other researchers.  Rick Allen 

Comment by Tony Hall on November 13, 2012 at 9:30am

I am looking  for information about Gus Hall (Feb 2 1875- May 3 1939). He lived in Royston Ga and that is where he is buried. I am trying to find anything about who his parents were. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Comment by Nora Hall Dixon on August 23, 2012 at 9:15pm

Looking for information on the parents of Richard Hall born in 1791 or 1792.  It is assumed Richard was born in then Sussex County NJ.  He married Hester or Ester Huntsman and lived in Independence NJ.  He had several children, one of which is my great grandfather Samuel Hall who married Mary Jane Smith.  According to the census Richard was a farmer in Independence, NJ.  I've hit a brick wall.  Any advice or suggestions would be most appreciated.  Thank you

Comment by Mary Ellen Aube on November 2, 2011 at 7:05pm
I am looking for info on John Hall who married Susanna Lunt (Hunt) in 1766 in Georgetown, Maine.  They had at least one son John Hall who married Jane Oliver in Georgetown, Maine in the year1800.  This is the only info I have on them.  There is a rumor that they both came from the Marblehead area of Massachusetts.  Any and every bit of info anyone has would be much appreciated.
Comment by Connie Underwood on October 31, 2011 at 11:06pm
Looking for info on the Halls that ended up in Wyo.  Albert and his father Samuel Stevens Hall hailed from Vermont Samuels father was from Mass and a Rev soldier.  Prior Hall;s were from unknow places.  Any ties here?
Comment by Mary Ellen Aube on October 12, 2011 at 2:55am

Matt, are you the person that I talked to about the Halls in Woolwich, Maine?


Comment by James Alfred Locke Miller Jr. on October 7, 2011 at 11:09pm
Note: I am a French in Alabama 1700's de Juzan descendant. There is an Indian side (not mine) Hall family on the Juzan and Trahan sides. I did not spell Trahan correctly. They originated in Canada, and are not mine. These Halls are of the Alabama/Miss. Choctaw side. My Juzans (but not mine) also had an Alabama Creek side also.
Comment by Connie Underwood on August 10, 2011 at 7:09pm

Wyoming Hall family?   Looking for relitives of Maude Emma Hall Born May 7th 1893 in Albany County Wyoming.  (Laramie area)   Interested in siblings and parents.  Thanks in advance


Comment by Ken Holloway on June 27, 2011 at 9:41pm
My 2nd Great Grandmother was a Hall, descendant of Moses Hall of Rich Square North Carolina.
Comment by James Alfred Locke Miller Jr. on January 12, 2011 at 11:04pm

I'm of the old New England, Hatevil Hall (kin to Hatevil Nutter) lineage.


Another Hall line is my Rowan County, N.C., Capt. Alfred  Alexander Miller, CSA, wed Mary Elizabeth Hall, sister of "Squire" Capt. Abner Leander Hall, CSA, who wed Capt. Miller's only sister, Susan Rebecca Miller.  


Their parents were Isaac Anderson Hall and Mary "Polly" Elliott of Rowan County. A kinsman, Solomon Hall, died without heirs and left "Squire" Hall and Mrs. Miller many slaves. 


Isaac's father was John Hall, Jr.,who  was the son of "Col." "Dr." (no one knows why these titles) John Hall, Sr., who died Rowan Co, 1766, from Strabaum, Pennsylvania, where his sister was Anne, cousin Alexander Thompson, and uncle Henry Thompson.


John W. McLauchlin, former acting head of the CIA, has Col. Dr. John Hall, Sr's Pennsylvania Rifle he brought to North Carolina. If this was taken to the NRA Museum in Washington, they have  a list of early Pennsylvania gun makers which might add some data.




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