Person:George Hall (72)

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m. 20 May 1755
  1. John Hall1756 - 1757
  2. George Hall1758 -
  3. William Hall1767 -
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Name[1][2] George Hall
Gender Male
Baptism[1] 22 Apr 1758 Lincoln, Lincolnshire, Englandin the parish of St. Swithin
“George, son of George Hall and Mary his wife”, was baptized.
Occupation[2] 4 Aug 1795 Lincoln, Lincolnshire, EnglandThe keel Speedwell was registered by William Hall and George Hall, watermen of the city of Lincoln. William and George (probably brothers) were both owners and masters of the keel, and they were the only workers. The keel admeasured over 25 tons and usually travelled between Lincoln and Sleaford (about 35 miles).
Occupation[2] 19 May 1796 Lincoln, Lincolnshire, EnglandThe keel Speedwell was again registered by William Hall and George Hall, watermen of the city of Lincoln. The keel admeasured over 39 tons and usually travelled between Lincoln and Wakefield (about 105 miles).
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Baptisms, 1758, in Church of England. St. Swithin's Church (Lincoln). Parish registers, 1686-1961. (Lincoln: Lincolnshire Archives, 1990), Lincolnshire Archives: LINCOLN ST SWITHIN PAR 1/3, (General register 1740-1770), f 19v.

    “George Son of George Hall and Mary His wife was bapd ye [April] 22”

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Lincoln City Boat Register, registered 4 Aug. 1795 and 19 May 1796.