Hall Family Genealogy

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Partial Genealogy of the Halls (of Connecticut, Georgia, & New York) Cpt. Deacon Samuel Hall I (1648-1724) Samuel Hall II (1680-1770) Genealogy SEE HALL OF NY GENEALOGY PART I = Jonathan Law II (1674-1750); (lawyer) (CT supreme court, 1715-40;

Springfield, Alabama, about 1845 THE FAMILY HISTORY OF JOHN HALL, SR. JOHN HALL SR. was born on the 26th day of December, 1795 in Burke County in the state of North Carolina. When a small boy his parents (JOHN HALL AND SUSANNAH WHITE) moved to

Direct Descendants of Richard Hall, Deacon Richard Hall, Deacon Born: 1649 Died: 09 March 1729/30 Born in Stratford Upon Avon, Warwickshire, England

The Claxton’s of Virginia, North Carolina & Middle Tennessee Ca. 1685 to 1820 (Revised July 18, 2009) The connection between John Claxon and the Hall family is found in a court document in Gloucester County Court in 1688 (see under entry for his son-in-law, Thomas

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African American Family Histories and Related Works in the . Library of Congress . Compiled by Paul Connor, updated by Ahmed Johnson . Local History and Genealogy Reading Room

The Hyde Genealogy Association (HGA) is a not-for-profit, We are volunteers whose objectives are to confirm connections and validate existing family research, Hyde Families September 2014 _ 6

TILLMAN FAMILY GENEALOGY i George Tillman – Frances Mitchell Lewis Tillman (1753-1826) Littlebury Tillman (1754-1825) Frederick Tillman (1755-1810) – Ann Sybil Miller (d. 1830) Stephen Tillman (1764-1821) Jacob Tillman (1765-1789)

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Cosby family tree . Francis Cosby1510-1580. Francis Cosby was born in 1510. He settled in Ireland during the reign of Queen Mary I. He lived at Stradbally Hall, County Laois, Ireland. He fought in the Battle of Stradbally Bridge on 19 May 1596 in which he died.

"A History of the Beam Family" (in part) by Prof. Jacob L. Beam, of Princeton Reprinted from the "The Daily New Era"- Lancaster Co., PA, Sept. 25, 1919

The Kendall Family in America Vancouver, British Columbia 1937. Dedicated to the Kendall Family at Large Editors’ Note: This genealogy is a transcription of a typewritten transcription of a handwritten manuscript penned by Charles E. Kendall in about 1937.

"A History of the Beam Family" (in part) by Prof. Jacob L. Beam, of Princeton Reprinted from the "The Daily New Era"- Lancaster Co., PA, Sept. 25, 1919

Some Descendants of George Holmes, Immigrant to Virginia and Early Settler on Manhattan Island Generation George and partner Thomas Hall headed back to New Amsterdam in late 1639 where they "The Latting Family," New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 2, pp. 8-22, 54-68 (1871

This first issue of The Grantham Gazette will hopefully be the family which dates back to the days of Robin Hood in early England and the early Colonial period in America. handwritten copy of a fifty-year old genealogy of my Grantham ancestors

THE CHILDREN OF JOHN CREECH OF HARLAN COUNTY These diaries by Eli Hall and his daughter Susan Hall Frazier, contain many vital statistics 5 There is a story related in the Genealogy of William Cornett by J.D. Cornett (available online at

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