Family:Edward Hall and Eleanor Stuart (1)

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Marriage[1] 24 Apr 1744
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Edward Hall and his family were Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia [[1]]

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  1. Family Recorded, in White, Emma Siggins. Genealogy of the descendants of John Walker of Wigton, Scotland: with records of a few allied families, also war records and some fragmentary notes pertaining to the history of Virginia, 1600-1902. (Kansas City, Missouri: Tiernan-Dart Printing Co., 1902), p 35, Secondary quality.

    ELEANOR Stuart (b) (dau. of Archibald and Janet Stuart), was b. in Ireland. She m. Edward Hall, a native of Ireland. He came to the Valley in 1736 and settled on South River, six miles above Waynesboro. They were m. April 21, 1744, and had 10 children, several of whom d. young. The 10 who lived to maturity were:

    a. Isaac Hall, Sr., b. May 13, 1747; studied medicine in Scotland. He m. Martha Everard of Petersburg, where he resided.
    b. Sally Hall, b. Dec. 19, 1751. She m. Capt. James Tate who was killed in the battle of Guilford. She afterwards m. Hugh Felton.
    c. Thomas Hall, b. Aug. 31, 1754. He was twice m.
    d. Elizabeth Hall, b. Dec. 27, 1756. She married Col. Andrew Fulton. ...
    e. Alexander Hall (son of Eleanor). He was b. May 24, 1759; inherited his father's homestead; m. his cousin Mary Patterson Stuart, dau. of Major Alexander Stuart and sister of Judge Archibald. ...
    f. Benjamin Hall (son. of Eleanor and Edward), b. Feb. 17, 1765. He m. his cousin Priscilla Stuart and removed to Missouri.
    g. John Hall (son of Eleanor and Edward), b. May 31, 1767; settled in N. C, and was a Judge of the Supreme Court. He d. Jan. 29, 1833.
    h. Eleanor Hall (dau. of Eleanor and Edward), m. Mr. Douglas
    i. Archibald Hall,
    j. Janet Hall.
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    [cos1776 Note of Caution: Daughter h. Eleanor is incorrect. She is actually their granddaughter. See Eleanor (Hall) Douglas for explanation.]