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Hall Family Genealogy

A group for researching the surname Hall.

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Latest Activity: Jul 30, 2018

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Hall Family of Connecticut, Canada, Illinois

Started by marie dautel Jul 30, 2018.

Hall Family Virginia, North Carolina, and Iowa

Started by Denise Annette Dunnahoo Mar 29, 2018.

Robert Hall of Elbert County, Georgia, 1840

Started by Scott Richmond May 22, 2014.

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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.



Comment by lynda cuper on December 28, 2010 at 1:30am

My gggrandmother 's 2nd marriage was to George Hall.1846,her name was

Ann Bird.m Josiah Fletcher (he died) remarried,George Hall Melbourne.That is all

l know,from paper.I would like to know a bit more.I hope someone can help

Comment by Loretta Reynolds on November 13, 2010 at 12:35pm
My GGGGrandfather is John Hall, born in Rhode Island on September 7, 1805, married to Mary Ann Cory in Hampton, CT on July 13, 1826, and died in Chaplin, CT on January 20, 1893. I have been unable to confirm John's parents or confirm his birth information. John and Mary's son, George, moved to Fayette County in Iowa. George's son, Eugene, moved to Minnesota where most of his decendants still reside.
Comment by Rick Allen on July 24, 2010 at 11:49am
Claiborne HALL and Elizabeth Herod of Smith County, Tennessee: Ancestry and Descendants, Volume I, is now available from me. Tracing the lives of this couple and their first five children. The result of over 25 years of research. Over 1,200 descendants, complete everyname index, color and black/white pictures, hardbound, 582 pages, completely sourced. Available from me - for details, I am currently working on Vol. 2 which will trace their last five children and desendants, as well as the Hall and Herod ancestry into Virginia.
Comment by james kramer on April 23, 2010 at 4:59am
I am working on my wifes family. Thomas Hall jr 1787 came from N.C. to Ga. an then to hamilton county florida. He had a daughter named Tabitha who married the next door neighbor John R. Cheshire in 1828. Tabitha was born in N.C. or Ga. abt. 1810. I need to prove that Tabitha is Thomas daughter. Any help would be appreciated. Jim
Comment by Andrew Young for Margaret Young on March 1, 2010 at 11:38am
My grandmother Mary Jane HALL (1866-1944) was the daughter of William HALL and Charlotte WHICHELLO of Wallingford, Berkshire. William (1820-1882) was the son of James HALL (1796-1836) and his wife Jane (surname unknown) of South Moreton, Berkshire, where they kept the Anchor Inn.
In 1890 Mary Jane HALL married my grandfather John or Jonathan HALLS - thus adding one letter to her surname!
Is anyone else researching this family?
Comment by David H. Hall on February 13, 2010 at 3:27pm
Researching the Hall surname in general to trace the name back to Scotland, Ireland and England, specific to the Anglo/Scottish border and the 70 riding families call the Border Reivers. Involved in DNA genealogy research of surname Halls.
My specific Hall surname family researched from Triangle, (southern) New York back to New Hampshire around 1800.
Comment by Janet Kelch on December 29, 2009 at 1:48pm
Is anyone researching the WILLIAM HALL FAMILY of Monroe Co., Ohio?
1743-1839, served in the Revolutionary War.

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