Person:Richard Hall (63)

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Richard Lingan Hall, M.D.
 
m. abt 1733
  1. Mary Hallaft 1733 -
  2. Thomas Hallaft 1734 -
  3. Elisha Hallaft 1735 -
  4. Martha Hallaft 1736 -
  5. Richard Lingan Hall, M.D. - bef 1774
m. aft 1760
  1. Elisha Hall Corbin1763 -
  2. Martha Hall Corbinabt 1765 -
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Richard Lingan Hall, M.D.
Gender Male
Marriage aft 1760 Virginia, United Stateshad relationship with but was not married
to Hannah Ludwell Lee
Residence[1] 14 May 1772 Richmond (county), Virginia, United Statesnamed in Record of Trust
Death? bef 25 Jul 1774 Fauquier, Virginia, United States
Religion? Baptist
Will[2] 1 Mar 1774 Fauquier, Virginia, United States
Will? 28 Mar 1774 Fauquier, Virginia, United StatesCodicil to Will of Richard Hall filed
Probate? 25 Jul 1774 Fauquier, Virginia, United States

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Record of Trust Between Compton Williamson and Richard Lingan Hall, in Source needed.

    May 14, 1772. Trust. Between Compton Williamson of Calvert Co., MD. and Richard Lingan Hall of R'mond Co. .. marriage hath been had between said Williamson and Mary Hall, sister of R.L. Hall .. before marriage she was possessed of slaves .. given her by her mother, Martha Hampton, dec'd by deed before Martha married Richard Hampton, dec'd. .. in trust to R.L. Hall for his sister .. Signed: Compton Williamson. Witnesses: Jas. Scott Jr., Wm. Ransdell, Sam'l Lingan. Recorded May 26 1772, proved by oath of James Scott and Samuel Lingan, wits.
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    [Identifies him as a son of Martha Hall Hampton and a brother to Mary (Hall) Williamson and that he lives in Richmond County.]

  2. 2.0 2.1 Richard Hall, in King, J. Estelle Stewart, and Elizabeth Petty Bentley. Abstracts of wills, administrations, and marriages of Fauquier County, Virginia, 1759-1800: with cemetery inscriptions, rent rolls, and other data. (Baltimore, Maryland: Reprinted for Clearfield Company by Genealogical Publishing Company, 1980, c1978).

    p 10 -
    HALL, Richard
    1 March 1774. 25 June 1774.
    All Negroes to remain on the plantation of Mrs. Hannah Corbin until my debts are paid. Mention made of land purchased of Richard and William Hampton. Children: Elisha Hall Corbin, land and Negroes, dau. Martha Corbin, land and Negroes, should they die their share to go to their mother, Mrs. Hannah Corbin. Sister Mary Williamson to receive legacy, also her son, James Williamson. Nieces: Martha, Mary, Hannah, and Elizabeth Williamson (daus. of sister Mary Williamson). Exr: Mrs. Hannah Corbin of Richmond Co. Exrs. in Fauquier Co.: Wharton Ransdell, James Scott, Thomas Marshall, John Chilton. (p. 257)
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    [cos1776 Note: This abstract does not list the witnesses to the will. Sifted From the Ashes (last accessed 20130702) states that one witness was John Ransdell and that the will can be found in Fauquier County, Virginia, Wills Filson Club 975.5275 K532. This is not confirmed and needs a follow-up.]

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    Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories and Accounts 1759-1800 by John K. Gott.
    Published 1972.
    Call number 929.3755� Page 149�
    DOCT'R RICH'D L. HALL (Estate Account)�Adm'r.: Wharton Ransdell�
    Details: To Cash Paid: Wharton Ransdall, Jun'r. for Building a House L414 in Paper Money; The Rev'd James Tomson for Preaching Doctr Halls Funeral Sermon 40/; Colo. Brooke for recording a Will. 1782: John Russell Proved Acct before Chas. Chilton. 1784: To cash paid John Russell Proved acct. before Colo. Arm'd Churchill; Mr. Thomas Keith; Thomas Rycroft for repairing watch.�The above acct. was Sworn to before me this 26th day June 1784. Thomas Digges�Received of: Ariss Cox; Capt. E. Edmonds, Mr. John Churchill, Mr. Peter Grant for a Pair of Doctr Halls Books, Henry Newby for Rent (1780).�
    page 178 Received of: Ariss Cox; Capt. E. Edmonds, Mr. John Churchill, Mr. Peter Grant for a Pair of Doctr Halls Books, Henry Newby for Rent (1780).