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Descendants of Henry HALL
                  
    1      Henry HALL      b: Abt. 1774 in near Hagerstown, MD  src:
History of the Early Settlers of Sangamon County        d: Dec 24, 1846
in Loami, IL  src: Campbell Cemetery records
..        +Sarah (Sally) HARPER      b: Abt. 1783  src: Campbell
Cemetery records    m: Jan 23, 1800 in Cameron Parish, Loudon Co, VA 
src: Loudon Co, VA Marriage Bonds 1762-1850    d: Oct 22, 1860 in Loami,
IL  src: Campbell Cemetery records
......    2      Nancy HALL      b: Apr 11, 1801 in Loudon Co, or
Bedford Co, VA  src: Martha Ruff        d: Aug 31, 1900 in 1 1/2 miles
SW of Mowequa, Christian Co, IL  src: Martha Ruff
..........        +William TAYLOR      b: Apr 1798 in KY  src: Campbell
Cemetery records    m: 1819 in Martin County, IN  src: "Obituary  for
Nancy Taylor Hays"    d: Aug 05, 1830 in Loami Twp., IL  src: Will of
William Taylor
......        *2nd Husband of Nancy HALL:          
..........        +David HAYS      b: Jan 18, 1807 in NC or SC  src:
1860 Christian Co., IL Census    m: Dec 24, 1834 in Sangamon County, IL 
src: Marriage Records of Sangamon County, IL    d: Jul 23, 1886 in
Christian Co, IL  src: Hays Cemetery Records
......    2      Aaron HALL      b: Dec 25, 1802 in Pittsylvania County,
VA  src: "Notes of Lucy Miller Dodd"        d: Dec 13, 1851 in Loami
Twp., IL  src: Campbell Cemetery records
..........        +Nancy HAYS      b: Sep 30, 1805 in SC  src: Campbell
Cemetery records    m: Feb 14, 1825 in Martin Co, IN  src: History of
the Early Settlers of Sangamon County    d: May 29, 1883 in Sangamon Co,
IL  src: Campbell Cemetery records
......    2      Thomas HALL      b: 1803 in Loudon Co, VA  src: History
of the Early Settlers of Sangamon County        d: 1818 in Martin Co,
IN  src: History of the Early Settlers of Sangamon County
......    2      Washington (Wash) HALL      b: May 08, 1808 in
Pittsylvania Co, VA  src: Family Bible of Thompson Hall        d: Apr
03, 1894 in Loami, IL  src: Campbell Cemetery records
..........        +Susannah H. WYCKOFF      b: Jul 07, 1815 in Bourbon
Co, Kentucky  src: Martha Ruff    m: Nov 06, 1831 in Loami, IL  src:
Family Bible of Thompson Hall    d: Mar 10, 1867 in Loami, IL  src:
Campbell Cemetery records
......    2      Thompson HALL      b: Aug 19, 1811 in Pittsylvania Co,
VA  src: History of the Early Settlers of Sangamon County        d: Apr
20, 1888 in Loami, IL  src: Campbell Cemetery records
..........        +Eveline JACOBS      b: Oct 12, 1819 in Clark Co, KY 
src: Campbell Cemetery records    m: Jan 17, 1839 in Loami, IL  src:
Family Bible of Thompson Hall    d: Jun 29, 1877 in Loami, IL  src:
Campbell Cemetery records
......    2      Sarah Ann HALL      b: Nov 22, 1820 in IN  src: Mowequa
Births, Deaths and Marriages, vol 4        d: Jul 26, 1901 in Christian
Co, IL  src: Hays Cemetery Records
..........        +Andrew Jackson HAYS      b: Jun 26, 1820 in Martin
Co, IN  src: Barbara and Belinda Clayton    m: Sep 22, 1839 in Sangamon
County, IL  src: Marriage Records of Sangamon County, IL    d: Jul 25,
1891 in Christian Co, IL  src: Hays Cemetery Records
......    2      Henry HALL, Jr.      b: Nov 20, 1820 in Martin Co, IN 
src: Campbell Cemetery records        d: Feb 28, 1859 in Loami, IL  src:
Diary of William T. Hall
..........        +Emeline WYCKOFF      b: 1824 in Sangamon County, IL 
src: Cherie Logan    m: Dec 08, 1842  src: Marriage Records of Sangamon
County, IL    d: 1857 in Loami, IL  src: "Notes of Lucy Miller Dodd"
......        *2nd Wife of Henry HALL, Jr.:          
..........        +Margarett MCNEELY      b: Feb 1832 in IN  src:
Michelle Bley    m: Dec 24, 1857 in Sangamon County, IL  src: Michelle
Bley    d: 1914 in Marshall Co, KS  src: Michelle Bley
......    2      Emily HALL      b: 1828 in Martin Co, IN  src: History
of the Early Settlers of Sangamon County        d: Apr 28, 1852  src:
History of the Early Settlers of Sangamon County
..........        +James DOBSON          m: May 28, 1846 in Sangamon Co,
IL  src: Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, 1763-1900
 
 

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Descendants of Reuben Hall

Generation No. 1

1.  REUBEN1 HALL was born Abt. 1774 in Maryland, and died May 1853 in Pittsylvania County, VA.  He married NANCY BRADLEY108 Dec 1804 in Pittsylvania County, VA, daughter of DANIEL BRADLEYand ELIZABETH DAVIS.  She was born Abt. 1776 in Pittsylvania County, VA, and died Bef. 1850.

The Will of REUBEN HALL of Pittsylvania County,VA

Date of Record: May 16, 1853   Will book:W - Volume: 2 - Page: 154

     In the name of God Amen, I Reuben Hall of the county of Pittsylvania and the state of Virginia being only in tolerable health, but of sound mind and disposing memory and knowing that I have to die I therefore wish to dispose of what little property it has pleased the Almighty God to bless me with in the following manner Vez.  I wish my executor hereafter named in this will to pay all my just debts and funeral expenses out of my estate, and the balance of my property dispose of in the following manner

     First - I will and bequeath unto my beloved son James Hall the horse & bed I have heretofore given him, also I wish him to receive one one fourth part of the amount that my stock of hogs &sheep which is in full his part of my estate.

     Second - I will and bequeath unto my beloved son William Hall the horse and the other property that I have heretofore given to him, also I wish my executor heretofore named to pay to my son William out of my estate the sum of twenty dollars which will be in full his share of my estate.

     Third - I will and bequeath unto my beloved son Robertson Hall the horse and every species of property that I have heretofore given him which will be in full of his share of my estate.

     Fourth - I will and bequeath unto my son Reuben Hall the horse & cow I have heretofore given him, also I give him one good bed or I wish my executor to pay my son Reuben the amount of the bed in money, also I wish my son Reuben  to have his fourth part of all the stock of sheep & hogs which will be in full his share of my estate.

     Fifth - I will and bequeath unto my son Daniel Hall the horse I havetofore given him, also one bed or the amount in money that the bed may be worth, also one fourth part of my cattle, sheep& hogs which will be in full his share of my estate.

     Sixth - I will and bequeath unto my beloved son Joseph Hall the horse I have heretofore given him, also I will him a good bed or the amount in money the bed may be worth, also one fourth part of all stock of cattle, sheep and hogs that I may die seized off which will be in full his share of my estate.

     Seventh - I will and bequeath unto the children of my deceased daughter Elizabeth Dickson one sixth part of the lands that I may die seized of, said land is not to be sold unless all the parties interested in the lands as willed away by me shall be willing to a sale.

     Eighth - I will and bequeath unto my daughter Mary Dickson the cow & other property I have heretofore given – also I wish my daughter Mary to be furnished with a good bed, or money in lieu of the bed which will be in full her part of my estate.

     Ninth - I will and bequeath unto the children of my daughter Mary Dickson  that she has now or may hereafter have one sixth part of all the lands, I may die seized of, not to be sold by them unless all the parties that the land is willed to may be willing to a sale.

     Tenth - I will and bequeath unto my daughter Sarah or to the heirs of her body one negro girl by the name of Milly Jane - also one sixth part of all the lands I may die seized of, together with all and every species of property that I have heretofore given her.

     Eleventh - I will and bequeath unto my daughter Winifred P. or to the heirs of her body, one negro girl by the name of Sarah Elizabeth, also one sixth part of all the lands that I may die seized of, together with all and every species of property that I have heretofore given her.

     Twelfth - I will and bequeath unto my daughter Martha E. or to the heirs of her body one negro woman by the name of Lucinda- should said negro woman have any more increase I wish for my daughter Sally, Winifred P., Martha E. & Delphia G. to share equally in the value of said increase if any. I also will to my daughter Martha E. one sixth part of all the lands that I may die seized of, together with all and every species of property heretofore given her.

     Thirteenth - I will and bequeath  to my daughter Delphia G. or to the heirs of her body one negro girl named Martha Ann, also one sixth part of all lands that I may die seized of, together with very species of property heretofore given her.

     14th - I will &bequeath unto my daughters Sarah, Winifred P., Martha E. & Delphia G. a full support out of my crops that I may have either growing in the field or gathered so as my daughters may have a plenty to support on, also I will to my 4 daughters one good horse to be held by them jointly.

     15th - The balance of my estate not herein disposed of I wish to be sold and the money equally divided between my four sons namely, James, Reuben, Daniel & Joseph.

     16th - I wish for my four daughters  namely Sarah, Winifred P., Martha E. & Delphia G. to live together and enjoy the benefit of every thing I have willed them and the land to remain just as it is unless all the parties that I have willed the land to are willing to a sale of the lands & should either of the negroes die that is willed, to my daughters before named, my will is that the one that looses her negro by death, the other daughters shall make her equal in the negro property.

     Lastly - I nominate and appoint my son James Hall executor to this my last Will and Testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this 4 day of September 1851.

                                                              Reuben Hall (SEAL)

Witnesses

Griffith Dickenson
Thomas C. Smith
Martha S. Smith

Codicil: In the twelfth Item, named in the forgoing Will, my will and wish is that the increase of a negro woman named in said Item vez: Lucinda to stop to a lot when my daughters named in said Item to Wit - Sally, Winifred P. & Delphia G. or either of them marry's or separates and gets apart. My will is that after that time my daughter Martha E. shall have all the increase of said negro woman named Lucinda that she may have after said separation - as witness my hand & seal this 31st day of July1852.

                                                                 Reuben Hall (SEAL)

Test:

Griffith Dickenson

Thomas C. Smith

Martha S. Smith

     As a County Council held for the county of Pittsylvania on the 15th day of May 1853. The foregoing last Will and Testament of Reuben Hall died and codicil thereto attached were presented in court in order to be proved and the said will was proved by Griffith Dickerson and Thomas C. Smith two subscribing Witnesses thereto and was ordered to be recorded and for reasons appearing to the court, the motion as to the proof of the said codicil was continued till the next term - And at another day to wit. at a County Court held for the said County on the 20th day of June 1853 the foregoing codicil was proved by Thomas C. Smith and Martha S. Smith two subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and in the motion of Thomas C. Smith who made oath and wish, Philip Thomas & Doctor A. Herndon his securities entered into and acknowledged a bond to Law certificate was granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the Estate of Reuben Hall decd with his will annexed in due form. 

Testes    L. Scruggs   Clerk

Contributed by Mtnbik2b@aol.com (Luann Roberts)

7Children of REUBEN HALL and NANCY BRADLEY are:

72.                i.    JAMES2 HALL, b. Abt. 1804.

                  ii.    SARAH HALL, b. Abt. 1813, Pittsylvania County, VA; m. GEORGE FARMER, 08 Oct 1833, Pittsylvania County, VA.

More About GEORGE FARMER and SARAH HALL:

Marriage: 08 Oct 1833, Pittsylvania County, VA

                 iii.    ELIZABETH HALL, b. Bef. 1815; d. Bef. 1853; m. FREDERICK DICKSON, 16 Sep 1833, Pittsylvania County, VA.

More About FREDERICK DICKSON and ELIZABETH HALL:

Marriage: 16 Sep 1833, Pittsylvania County, VA

                 iv.    WINIFRED "WINNY" P HALL, b. Abt. 1817; m. BYRD DODSON, 28 Mar 1864, Pittsylvania County, Virginia2; b. Abt. 1804.

More About BYRD DODSON and WINIFRED HALL:

Marriage: 28 Mar 1864, Pittsylvania County, Virginia2

                  v.    WILLIAM HALL, b. Bef. 1821; m. MARY P. MYERS, 1839.

More About WILLIAM HALL and MARY MYERS:

Marriage: 1839

                 vi.    ROBERTSON HALL, b. Bef. 1822; m. ELIZABETH MYERS, 1840.

More About ROBERTSON HALL and ELIZABETH MYERS

Marriage: 1840

                vii.    REUBEN HALL, b. Abt. 1822, Pittsylvania County, VA; m. MARTHA PREWITT, 1850.

More About REUBEN HALL and MARTHA PREWITT:

Marriage: 1850

               viii.    DANIEL HALL, b. Abt. 1823; m. MARY C. MOTLEY.

                  ix.    ELLENDER HALL, b. Abt. 1825.

                   x.    MARTHA E HALL, b. Aft. 1826.

                  xi.    DELPHIA G HALL, b. 26 Sep 1828, Pittsylvania County, VA; d. 1889, Pittsylvania County, VA; m. JOSEPH THOMAS PAYNE, 29 Nov 1852, Pittsylvania County, VA; b. 30 May 1830, Pittsylvania County, VA; d. 22 Jul 1863.

More About JOSEPH PAYNE and DELPHIA HALL:

Marriage: 29 Nov 1852, Pittsylvania County, VA

                 xii.    JOSEPH HALL, b. Abt. 1829.

                xiii.    MARY HALL, b. Bef. 1833; m. UNKNOWN DICKSON.

Generation No. 2

2.  JAMES2 HALL (REUBEN1) was born Abt. 1804.  He married NANCY HERNDON 27 Dec 1848, daughter of JAMES HERNDON and ELIZABETH LONG.  She was born Abt. 1824 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia.

Notes for JAMES HALL:

The 1880 Federal Census, Virginia, Pittsylvania, District 165 Image 11 of 48 images lists James Hall, household head, farmer, age 75, wife, Nancy, age 72, keeping house.  The census shows both James' and Nancy's birthplace as Virginia.  The census list James' father's birthplace as Meriland (sic) and Nancy's father's birthplace as Virginia

More About JAMES HALL and NANCY HERNDON:

Marriage: 27 Dec 1848

Children of JAMES HALL and NANCY HERNDON are:

3.                i.    GEORGE WASHINGTON3 HALL, b. 28 Jan 1850, Pittsylvania County, Virginia; d. 07 Mar 1924.

4.               ii.    NANCY ELIZABETH HALL, b. 10 Oct 1851; d. 28 Jul 1921.

Generation No. 3

3.  GEORGE WASHINGTON3 HALL (JAMES2, REUBEN1) was born 28 Jan 1850 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia, and died 07 Mar 1924.  He married (1) MARTHA WASHINGTON MARTIN 14 Dec 1871 in Home of Bride's Parents, daughter of WILLIAM MARTIN and MARY RIDDLE.  She was born Abt. 1847, and died 11 Jun 1898.  He married (2) LUCY ANN CRADDOCK, daughter of WILLIAM CRADDOCK and MARY (UNKNOWN).  She was born May 1860 in Pittsylvania County, VA.

More About GEORGE HALL and MARTHA MARTIN:

Marriage: 14 Dec 1871, Home of Bride's Parents

Notes for LUCY ANN CRADDOCK:

The 1920 Federal Census lists Geo. W, 69 and Lucy E. Hall. 47. 

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