Facts and Events
Moses Hall was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Sometimes confused with Moses Hall (1756-1829), a contemporary also from Virginia that migrated to Kentucky.
Records in Kentucky
- From Genforum Message Board:
- Moses Hall [and Edward Hall]:
- Moses Hall came to Kentucky about 1780. A "Treasury Warrant" was issued to Moses and Edward Hall on the third of April, 1782 for one thousand eight hundred and eighty and one-fourth acres located in Fayette County, Ky., signed by Patrick Henry. Moses Hall was in Shelby County, July 19, 1797, as court records show he bought 300 acres at that time from Edward Worthington 9bearing date Feb. 24, 1796); was paying tax in Shelby County, 1792, on property in Cambell County, Ky.
- [Source: "History of Shelby County Kentucky" by George L. Willis, Sr.].