Person:John Hall (213)

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John Hall
 
m. 1726
  1. Andrew HallAbt 1731 - Before 1799
  2. Isabella Hall1735 -
  3. Agnes HallAbt 1737 -
  4. James HallABT 1739 - 1830
  5. William Hall, Jr.ABT 1740 -
  6. John HallABT 1741 -
  7. Capt. James Hallabt 1745-1755 - bef 1816
  8. Nathaniel Hall1749/50 - 1833
  • HJohn HallABT 1741 -
  • WSarah Woods1737-1748 - BEF 1790
m. WFT Est 1760-1775
m. WFT Est 1770-1785
m. 1790
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Name John Hall
Gender Male
Birth? ABT 1741 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage WFT Est 1760-1775 to Sarah Woods
Marriage WFT Est 1770-1785 to Mary Lapsley
Marriage 1790 to Sally Wilson

John Hall was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Disambiguation

Not to be confused with John Hall (1731-1802), who married Elizabeth Day.


Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Page 9.--2d December, 1767. William ( ) Hall to John Hall, £10, 415 acres on Cedar Creek in Forks of James; corner William Hall, Jr., William Poage's line; corner David Cloyd; corner William Hall. Teste: Richard Woods, James Campbell, William McKee.

Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Page 393.--15th March, 1768. John Hall and Mary to James McGavock and John Maxwell, £50, 45 acres of Cedar Creek in Forks of James; corner William Hall, Jr., William Poage's line; corner David Cloyd. Delivered: Hugh Brawford, May, 1778.


Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's:

  • Page 79.--23d August, 1766. William ( ) Hall, Sr., to William Hall, his son, £20, 175 acres, part of two tracts of land, one containing 390 acres. and the other containing 500 acres, both patented to William, 16th September, 1761, on Cedar Creek in forks of James River; corner John Hall, David Cloyd's line. Delivered: John Buchanan, 13th March, 1772.