Person:John Hall (223)

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  1. William HallBef 1774 -
  2. John Hall1773 - 1823
  3. Abram HallBef 1775 -
  4. Major Joseph HallBET 1775 AND 1777 - 1822
  5. Tamesin Hall1779 - 1843
  6. Sarah Hall1781 - 1863
  7. Sybel HallBef 1783 - 1795
  8. Hannah HallBef 1783 - 1846
  9. Persis Hall1785 - 1877
  10. Samuel HallBET 1786 - Aft 1850
  11. Sophia HallBET 1787 -
  12. Ruhamah HallABT 1793 - 1886
  13. Sybil HallBET 1795 - 1823
m. Aft. 1798
  1. child HallBET 1798 AND 1812 -
  2. child HallBET 1798 AND 1812 -
  3. child HallBET 1798 AND 1812 -
  4. Olney Hall1810 - 1871
  5. Milantha Hall1812 - 1914
Facts and Events
Name[1] John Hall
Gender Male
Birth[2] Jun 1773 Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts, USA
Christening[1] 29 May 1774 Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts, USA
Other? 1798 MA > Ontario Co, NYMigration
Marriage Aft. 1798 Melvin Hill, Phelps, NYto Serena Swan
Other? 1800 Bought land Ontario Co, NYLand
Census? 1800 Phelps, Ontario Co, NY, image 7; 200-000-10010
Other[3] 1806 Letter at post office in Geneva, listed in Nov & Dec issues of the ExpositorMisc
Residence? 1806 Ontario Co, NY
Residence[4] 1810 Phelps, Ontario, New York, USA
Residence[4] 1812 Canandaigua, Ontario Co, NY?
Census? 1820 Index, Phelps, Ontario Co, NY pg 286
Death[2] 10 Dec 1823 Phelps, Ontario, New York, USA
Burial[2] Melvin Hill Cemetery, Phelps, Ontario Co, NY

http://archive.hws.edu/Archives/Newspapers/Gazette/1824_1825/GAZ_JANUARY_14_1824.pdf The Geneva Gazette, Jan 14, 1824 Died. In Phelps, 10th Dec. last, Mr. John Hall, son of the late Capt. William Hall, aged 49 years. _________________________________________________________ http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ny/county/ontario/cananvillhist.htm

EARLY BUSINESS MEN OF CANANDAIGUA. John HALL, saddle-and-harness-maker; ________________________________________________________ Melvin Hill Cemetery Their stone is located toward the back of the cemetery and the stone faces away from the road. The stone is slightly over five feet tall and quite unusual for a slab type stone. John; died Dec 10 1823; ae 50 yrs 8 mos; Serena, wife of John; died Jan 21 1846; ae 74-7-20;

Two seperate stones, Olney was the son of John and Orson was the son of Olney. There are other stones in the Hall row whose faces have totally erroded away. Olney; born Apr 7 1810; died Oct 9 1871; Orson D.; died Aug 6 1861;

This stone is located toward the front right of the cemetery Marion R.; 1901-1979; Lydia S. 1908-1969; on stone with Marion R.; ____________________________________________________________ http://raims.com/block2.html Surrogate Court Records, 1789-1926, D through H

HALL, CATY 1837 PHELPS HALL, JACOB 1823 PHELPS HALL, JOHN 1823 PHELPS HALL, JOSEPH 1822 PHELPS HALL, JOSIAH 1817 PHELPS HALL, NANCY 1856 PHELPS HALL, OLNEY 1871 PHELPS HALL, ORSON O. 1861 PHELPS HALL, RACHEL 1858 PHELPS HALL, TIMOTHY 1832 PHELPS HALL, WILLIAM 1810 ____________________________________________________________ http://www.ochs.org/Research/Research_Request.php?form=yes

Ontario County Historical Society, 55 North Main St., Canandaigua, NY 14424 Results for hall HALL John 1806 Newspaper HALL John F. 1807 Newspaper HALL Joseph, Maj. 1819 Newspaper HALL Sophia E., Miss 1831 Newspaper HALL Sophia E., Miss 1831 Newspaper HALL Sophia, Mrs. 1822 Newspaper HALL William 1835 Newspaper HALL William, Capt. 1822 Newspaper _____________________________________________-

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 LDS Batch C501701, Vital Records Conway, Franklin Co, MA.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Melvin Hill Cemetery, Town of Phelps - Ontario County NY @ Ontario Co genweb.
  3. http:/archive.hws.edu/Archives/Newspapers/Expositor/EXP NOVEMBER 19 1806.pdf.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Ontario Co RAIMS site.