Person:Thomas Hall (122)

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m. bef. 1755
  1. William Hall1755 - 1782/83
  2. Edward Hall1757 - 1838
  3. Thomas Hall1759 - 1836
  4. Susannah Hallabt 1762 -
  5. Elizabeth Hallabt 1764 -
  6. Micajah Hall1771 - 1827
m. 1786-1797
  1. David Hallabt 1790 - abt 1809
  2. Rev. James Hall1790 - 1832
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3][4][6][9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18][19][20][21] Thomas Hall
Gender Male
Other? 1700

 Not To Be Confused With?: Thomas Hall (106)

Other? 1759 Fauquier, Virginia, United States Portion of Prince William County Becomes Fauquier County
Birth[1][2][3] March 1759 Prince William, Virginia, United States
Other? 1776 Boonesborough is Part of Virginia
Other? 1776 Monongalia, Virginia (later West Virginia) Monongalia county, Virginia is formed from western part of Augusta county, Virginia
Other[22] bef 22 Dec 1779 Fort Boonesborough, District of Kentucky, VirginiaBrother William Hall dies at Boonesborough [date is not proven]
Residence[8] 1779 Fort Boonesborough, District of KentuckyThomas Hall is a member of the Association of the Settlers of Boonesborough, along with brothers Edward and William Hall
Other? 1779 Bryant's Station Is Established
Military[1][2] abt Mar 1779 Fort Boonesborough, District of KentuckyThomas Hall enlists under Capt. John Holder
Property[22] 1 Jun 1779 Kentucky, Virginia (now Madison, Kentucky)Thomas Hall settles upon land near Ft. Boonesborough
Other[16] Oct 1779 Brother Edward Hall receives a furlough to bring his father's family to Kentucky - [Question is... from where???']
Property[22] 22 Dec 1779 Kentucky, Virginia (later Lincoln and now Madison, Kentucky)Thomas Hall, Land Grant 400ac adjoining Edward Hall on E side of small branch of Licking, head branch of Coopers Run, 10-12 mi from Bryants Station
Other? 1780 Kentucky, Virginia, United States Portion of Kentucky County Becomes Fayette County
Other? 15 Aug 1782 Seige of Bryant's Station
Military[2] 19 Aug 1782 Thomas Hall participates in The Battle of Blue Licks and marches toward Kincheloe's station (a.k.a. "Burnt Station") which had been attacked and burned by the indians. He is on the payroll of Capt. Nathaniel Hart on a tour of duty to build a fort at the Falls of the Ohio, under the command of Col. Benjamin Logan
Other? 1784 Nelson, Virginia, United States Portion of Jefferson County, Virginia Becomes Nelson County, Virginia
Other? 1784 Harrison, Virginia (later West Virginia), United States Harrison county, Virginia (later West Virginia) is established from Monongalia county, Virginia
Other? 1786 Loudoun, Virginia, United States Christopher Chinn, husband of Anne "Nancy" Bartlett, Dies
Marriage 1786-1797 to Anne "Nancy" Bartlett
Residence[17] 1788 Fayette, Virginia (later Kentucky), United StatesThomas Hall is named on Tax List
Other[15] 1788 Harrison, Virginia (later West Virginia), United States[possible match] Thomas Hall, Land Grant of 2000ac on Ten Mile Creek
Other? 1792 Kentucky, United States Kentucky admitted as 15th state of the union
Other[17] 17 Dec 1798 Nelson, Kentucky, United States[possible match] Wife Anne Hall receives a Negro slave from Thomas Bartlett, her father
Other? 1803 Fayette, Kentucky, United States Fire at Fayette County Clerk's Home Office Destroys Most County Records
Other[19] 7 Jun 1832 Montgomery, Kentucky, United StatesThomas Hall is deposed for brother Edward Hall's Rev. War Pension application
Other[21] 1835 Kentucky, United StatesThomas Hall is named on KY Pension Roll for 1835
Death[1][3][4] 1836 Mount Sterling, Montgomery, Kentucky, United States
Ancestral File Number[1] DAR Patriot A049540 Thomas Hall

Contents

Advisory on Thomas Hall of Prince William County, VA

Some researchers (including DAR lineage books) have confused this Thomas Hall with another Thomas Hall, who was born in 1754 in Augusta County, Virginia, son of Edward Hall and Eleanor Stuart of Augusta County, VA. After a thorough comparison of available records, there does not appear to be any relationship between the two Thomas Halls.

Timeline of Events Surrounding Life of Thomas Hall

[moved to subpage 15 Jul 2013 - link pending --Cos1776 21:26, 15 July 2013 (EDT)]

Thomas Hall: Revolutionary War Pension Application

State of Kentucky and County of Montgomery
On this 7th day of Jan. 1833, personally appeared in open court, being a court of record, before Clement Conner, James Means and Lewis Ford, justices of, and constituting the Court of Montgomery Co. in the State of Ky., now sitting, Thomas Hall, a resident of said Montgomery Co. & state of Ky., and seventy three years, who being first duly sworn, according to law, doth, on his oath, make the following declaration, in order to obtain the benefit of the provision made by the act of Congress passed June 7, 1832. That he enlisted in the army of the United States at Boonesborough, Lincoln Co. in the State of Virginia (now Ky.) in the year 1779, for the term of during the War, with Capt. John Holder, and served in the regiments of the Virginia line, under the following named officers, --- That he resided in the County of Lincoln and State of Virginia, when he entered the service, under Capt. John Holder, - Col. Boone and Logan and Gen. Clark, in the year 1779 about the last of March of that year was stationed sometime at Boonesborough, and was marched to the lower Blue Licks against the Indians, under Col. Logan; but the enemy fled, and we were then marched across the country to Salt River, where the Indians had burnt Kincheloe's Fort and were murdering the frontier inhabitants, but we soon dispersed them after our arrival, we were then marched to Strodes Station, to guard that Fort. After being stationed at that point for for some months, we were marched to Boonesborough; and from there to the upper Blue Licks, under command of Maj. Hoy (?) where we had a pretty severe engagement with the Indians from there we were marched back to Boonesborough, where we were stationed principally until the the termination of the War, engaged, however, during the whole period in occassional and frequent scouting along the frontier settlements. In fact our whole service partook a good deal of the nature of a frontier guard. After the termination of the Revoluutionary War, I was regularly discharged at Boonesborough and received a discharge given, to the best of my recollection, by Gen. Clark, but which is now lost. States that he was born in the year 1759 in the county of Prince William and State of Virginia, and is at present a resident of Ky. in the county of Montgomery. He states that he is infirm and in very needy circumstances; and although he cannot now recollect the precise dates at which he was stationed at the different points, or the commander of the regiment to which he was attached, he is certain that he rendered the service as stated in his declaration; and in the evening of his life, appeals to the government of that county whose independence he contributed to establish for such compensation as the justices of his claim may entitle him to receive. He hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension or an annuity except the present, and he declares that his name is not on the pension roll of any agency in any state. He refers to the Hon. H. Daniel, his representative in congress for his situation and character.
Sworn to and subscribed in open court this 7th day of January 1833
Recorded by David Boyd, Clerk
Bk. E. Vol. 7, Page 12

Possible Leads for Further Research

  • 1780 Land Grant in Fayette County, VA (now KY) to Moses and Edward Hall - Thomas is not mentioned.
  • 1786 - Brother Edward Hall marries in Fayette County. Edward Hall stated in his 1833 pension application that his marriage records and all of his papers (including those of his father) were burned in a fire at the home of his younger brother, Micajah. Edward's marriage was performed by Rev. Andrew Tibble on 9 Jun 1786 in Fayette County, KY. (Could the marriage record of Thomas Hall have suffered a similar fate?)
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Patriot A049540 Thomas Hall, in Daughters of the American Revolution. Genealogical Research System.

    HALL, Thomas = Ancestor A049540; Service: VIRGINIA; Rank: PRIVATE; Birth: 1759 PRINCE WILLIAM CO VIRGINIA; Death: 1836 MONTGOMERY CO KENTUCKY; Pension Number: *S; Service Description: 1) CAPT JOHN HOLDEN, COLS BOONE,LOGAN 2) GEN CLARK; Spouse: 1) NANCY BARTLETT CHINN

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Thomas Hall, in United States. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files. (Washington D.C.).

    References M804 Rolls 1 - 2,670. (Washington D.C.).
    Name: Thomas Hall; Pension Year: 1833; Application State: Kentucky; Applicant Designation: Survivor's Pension Application File; Archive Publication Number: M804; Archive Roll Number: 1165; Total Pages in Packet: 37
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    ... States that he was born in the year 1759 in the county of Prince William and State of Virginia ... That he resided in the County of Lincoln and State of Virginia, when he entered the service, under Capt. John Holder ... and ... he enlisted in the army of the United States at Boonesborough, Lincoln Co. in the State of Virginia (now Ky.) in the year 1779, for the term of during the War, with Capt. John Holder, and served in the regiments of the Virginia line...
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    [RESEARCH NOTE: There are NO children mentioned in this pension application.]

  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 HALL, Thomas, in Wardell, Patrick G. Virginia/West Virginia genealogical data from Revolutionary War pension and bounty land warrant records. (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, c1988-1998), Vol 2/p 238.

    HALL, Thomas, b 1759 Prince William Co, VA; esf 1779 VA (area later Lincoln Co, KY); PN 1833 Montgomery Co, KY; QLF states sol dd there 1836; QLF states sol & w Nancy res Mt Sterling, Montgomery Co, KY. F-S13339 R1165
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    [cos1776 20130715 note: QLF = query letter in file. Please note that it is a QUERY letter in Thomas Hall's file which states that "sol & w Nancy res Mt Sterling, Montgomery Co, KY". In the actual deposition of Thomas Hall, he NEVER mentions the name of any wife or children. See original record for verification.

    Below is another version of this citation, entered by Delijim 20130714. Need to consult original source again to verify original text.]
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    Hall, Thomas - born 1759 in Prince William County, Virginia; entered service 1779 in Virginia (area later Lincoln County, Kentucky); granted Pension 1833 in Montgomery County, Kentucky; query letter in file states soldier died there in 1836; query letter in file states soldier & wife Nancy resided at Mt. Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky. F-S13339, R1165.

  4. 4.0 4.1 Hall, Thomas, in Wulfeck, Dorothy Ford. Marriages of some Virginia residents, 1607-1800. (Naugatuck, Connecticut: D.F. Wulfeck, 1961-1967), p 1/187.

    Thomas, b. 1760, Augusta Co.; d. 1836, Montgomery Co., Ky., son of Edward and Elinor (Stuart); m. (1) 1783, Nancy (Bartlett) Chinn; served in Rev. War from Va. DAR No. 28 705; DAR No. 80 391; Hartford B-8670. 21 Jan., 1956. Signed A.L.J.; Hartford C-2516(2). 20 Dec., 1958. Signed F.R.
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    [RESEARCH NOTE: information appears to come from DAR applications, which incorrectly give parents of Thomas Hall as "Edward and Elinor (Stuart) Hall"]

  5.   Siege of Boonesborough, in Siege of Boonesborough website.
  6. Thomas HALL, in Cook, Michael L. (Michael Lewis), and Bettie A. (Bettie Anne Cummings) Cook. Fayette County, Kentucky records. (Evansville, Indiana: Cook Publications, 1985-1986), Vol 2, p 29.

    [Fayette County, Kentucky Book Number Needed] p 231 - Indenture, May 16, 1797, Thomas HALL and Anne HALL, his wife, late Anne CHINN, of Nelson County, Kentucky, to Walker BAYLOR of Fayette county. Whereas Christopher CHINN died possessed of 500 acres of land in Fayette County, part of George BRYAN's settlement and preemption, and Christopher CHINN did bequeath to his said wife Anne CHINN, now Anne HALL, 1/3 part of 350 acres of the said 500 acres, reserving to John RANSDALL 150 acres as by his purposed of said Christopher CHINN, dec'd. Now in consideration of 100 pounds, Thomas and Anne HALL convey to BAYLOR all of their right and title to the said 116 2/3 acres which is 1/3 part of the 350 acres, as has been divided by commissioners and set apart for the said Anne. Anne HALL relinquished her rights of dower. Recorded May 16, 1797.


    [Relationship notes: Anne Hall is the widow of Christopher Chinn. John Ransdell is married to Elizabeth Chinn, sister of Christopher Chinn. Walker Baylor is the guardian of Christopher Chinn's children.]

  7.   Fort Boonesborough, in Fort Boonesborough website.
  8. Pioneers at Fort Boonesborough, in Ranck, George Washington. Boonesborough : its founding, pioneer struggles, Indian experiences, Transylvania days and Revolutionary annals: with full historical notes and appendix. (Louisville, Ky.: J.P. Morton and Co., printers to the Filson Club, 1901).

    p 107 -
    Source: Draper Papers-Kentucky Series "CC" Vol. 29 page 59 "Association of the Settlers of Boonesborough in 1779 for making a crop of corn"

    Urged by their necessities and encouraged by a prospect of at least temporary immunity from invasion, the settlers about Boonesborough made unusual efforts to clear and cultivate the land, devoting by far the greatest part to corn. The crops, as often before, were in many cases made by companies organized for the purpose. A contract was signed, directors elected and the members appeared every morning at the sound of a conch or beat of a drum, some to work in the field and others to guard those who did work. A member failing to comply with the contract forfeited his claim to the crop. A list of the members of one of these companies is preserved. ...
    ... Edward Hall, Thomas Hall, William Hall ...
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    [Note: These are the only Halls on the list.]

  9. Thomas Hall, in Jackson, Ronald Vern. Early Kentucky. (Bountiful, Utah: Accelerated Indexing Systems, 1981-).

    Source Information: Jackson, Ron V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. Kentucky Census, 1810-90 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999. Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.
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    Name: Thomas Hall State: KY County: Fayette County Township: No Township Listed Year: 1790 Record Type: Tax list Database: KY Early Census Index
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    [Note: Need to add image and citation of original document, if possible]

  10. Thomas Hall, in Jackson, Ronald Vern. Early Kentucky. (Bountiful, Utah: Accelerated Indexing Systems, 1981-).

    Source Information: Jackson, Ron V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. Kentucky Census, 1810-90 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999. Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.
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    Name: Thomas Hall State: KY County: Bourbon County Township: No Township Listed Year: 1791 Record Type: Tax list Database: KY Early Census Index
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    [Note: Need to add image and citation of original document, if possible]

  11. Thomas Hall, in Jackson, Ronald Vern. Early Kentucky. (Bountiful, Utah: Accelerated Indexing Systems, 1981-).

    Source Information: Jackson, Ron V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. Kentucky Census, 1810-90 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999. Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.
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    Name: Thomas Hall State: KY County: Nelson County Township: No Township Listed Year: 1800 Record Type: Tax list Database: KY Early Census Index
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    [Note: Need to add image and citation of original document, if possible]

  12. Thomas Hall, in Nelson, Kentucky, United States. 1810 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    Year: 1810; Census Place: Bardstown, Nelson, Kentucky; Roll: 8; Page: 40; Family History Number: 0181353; Image: 00047.
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    Name: Thomas Hall Township: Bardstown County: Nelson State: Kentucky
    Free White Males Under 10: 1
    Free White Males 45 and Over: 1 [possibly Thomas]
    Free White Females 16 to 25: 1
    Free White Females 45 and Over: 1 [possibly wife Nancy]
    Numbers of Slaves: 5
    Number of Household Members Under 16: 1
    Number of Household Members Over 25: 2
    Number of Household Members: 9

  13. Thomas Hall, in Montgomery, Kentucky, United States. 1820 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    1820 U S Census: , Montgomery, Kentucky, Page: 293; NARA Roll: M33_25; Image: 164.
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    Name: Thomas Hall County: Montgomery State: Kentucky Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
    Free White Males - 10 thru 15: 2
    Free White Males - 16 thru 25: 1
    Free White Males - 26 thru 44: 1 [possibly Thomas, but age does not match]
    Free White Females - 10 thru 15: 2
    Free White Females - 45 and over: 1 [possibly Nancy]
    Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 2
    Free White Persons - Under 16: 4
    Free White Persons - Over 25: 2
    Total Free White Persons: 7
    Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 7

  14. Thomas Hall, in Montgomery, Kentucky, United States. 1830 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    1830 U S Census: , Montgomery, Kentucky, Page: 49; NARA Roll: M19-40; Family History Film: 0007819.
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    Name: Thomas Hall Home in 1830: , Montgomery, Kentucky
    Free White Persons - Males - 15 thru 19: 1
    Free White Persons - Males - 70 thru 79: 1 [possibly Thomas]
    Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: 1
    Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 1
    Free White Persons - Females - 50 thru 59: 1 [possibly Nancy]
    Free White Persons - Under 20: 2
    Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 1
    Total Free White Persons: 5
    Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 5

  15. 15.0 15.1 Land grant 9 July 1788, in Virginia, United States. Virginia Land Grants: Virginia Land Office Patents and Grants/Northern Neck Grants and Surveys.

    [Abstract below by cos1776]
    Harrison county, Virginia
    1788 09 Jul - Thomas Hall, a/o Sambel (?) Wilmer, a/o Thomas Laidley, a/o Henry Banks, a/o David Anderson. 2000 acres in the forks of Ten Mile Creek being in a line of Laidleys survey No. 14. [LOTW #21805, 24 Dec 1783]
    Source: Land Office Grants No. 18, 1788-1789, p. 70 (Reel 84).
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    [For complete transcript, see Hall, Thomas 1788 Harrison VA Land Grant. Per Jim Bartlett, record is located in Harrison County Land Grant Book 3, p 117]

  16. 16.0 16.1 Deposition of Joseph Proctor and Matthew Horn, in Hall, Edward 1832 Rev War Pension Application W3017.

    ... state that Edward Hall came to the the State of Kenty in the spring 1779 and enlisted and done garrison duty under Capt Holder at Boonsborough untill the fall 1779 at which time he received a Furlough from Capt Holder to return and bring his Fathers family to Kenty, which he did the same fall, and then continued to do Garrison duty at
    Boonsborough, Strodes Station [2 mi NW of Winchester KY], and Bryants Station [near Lexington KY], ...
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    [See entire transcript for context.]

  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 Rootsweb Transcript: FAYETTE CO., KY TAX LIST 1788.

    [last accessed 31 Dec 2012]
    HALL, Aron
    HALL, Edward
    HALL, John
    HALL, Moses
    HALL, Moses Jr.
    HALL, Thomas
    HALL, William

  18. Deed of Thomas Bartlett, in Harrison, Virginia, United States. Harrison County Deed Book 3.

    [Abstract written by Jim Bartlett and posted to Rootsweb.]
    p 362 -
    17 Dec 1798; Thomas BARTLETT to his daughter Anne HALL of Nelson Co, KY ... a Negro slave woman named Abigail, then to her daughter Elizabeth HALL; Sig: Thomas BARTLETT; Wit: John W. LOOFBOURROW, Benjamin BARTLETT, Sanford BARTLETT, Robert BARTLETT and John J. WALDO; Rec 17 Dec 1798.
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    [Note: possible match, not yet proven. Identifies Anne Hall as the daughter of Thomas Bartlett and mother of Elizabeth Hall and her place of residence as Nelson County, KY.]

  19. 19.0 19.1 Deposition of Thomas Hall, in Hall, Edward 1832 Rev War Pension Application W3017.

    Statement of Thomas Hall.
    I, Thomas Hall of Montgomery County and State of Kentucky hereby state that I am the same Thomas Hall who has obtained a pension under the Act of June 7 1832 and that I am now seventy five years of age – that I am the brother of Edward Hall who now lives in Clarke County Kentucky and I know that he served two years and upwards as a soldier of the Revolutionary War in the Virginia State Troops and wasattached to Capt John Holder’s company. I was present when he was enlisted by said Holder as a private
    in his Company and I was enlisted at the same time, which was in the spring of the year 1779 and I remember that he served from the time of his enlistment to the close of the Revolutionary War, when he and I were both at the same time discharged by said Capt Holder at Boonsborough, in what is now called Madison County in this State. Said Edward was enlisted at Boonsborough and there I saw him sworn in as a soldier. He served in the different garrisons, in Kentucky, and from time to time went out on
    scouting parties – and he is older than I am.
    As witness my hand this 16 day of Nov 1833. Thos. hisXmark Hall

  20. Thomas Hall, grantee, in Hall, Thomas 1788 Harrison VA Land Grant.
  21. 21.0 21.1 Thomas Hall, in Kentucky Pension Roll of 1835. (Washington, D.C.: Duff Green, 1835).

    THOMAS HALL
    MONTGOMERY COUNTY
    PRIVATE
    VIRGINIA LINE
    $80.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE
    $240.00 AMOUNT RECEIVED
    MARCH 20, 1833 PENSION STARTED
    AGE 74
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    [Transcript available here

  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 Halls who received Land Grants at the Court held 22 Dec 1779 at Boonesborough, in Certificate book of the Virginia Land Commission, 1779-1780. (Easley, South Carolina: Southern Historical Press, c1981).

    [page number needed]
    22 Dec 1779 - Boonesborough:

    Edward Hall, 400, heir to Wm Hall, E side of small branch of Licking, head branch of Coopers Run, 10-12 miles from Bryants Station NE. Settled by decedent 1 Jan 1799.

    Thomas Hall, 400, adjoins Edward Hall; settled 1 June 1779.

    Edward Hall, 400, about 4 miles from head of Hinkstons Fork about SEW; settled May 1779.

    Nicholas George, 400, by George Madden, each side of small branch of Licking, about 2 miles W of Edward Hall’s land; settled May 1779.

    John Hall, 1400, assignee of Sam’l Tate by Rich’d Galloway, dividing ridge between waters leading to the Salt Spring Trace and the large creek running into the Rock Ford Fork of Stoners Fork of Licking Creek; corn 1775; improvements & marking Nov 1779.
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    [cos1776 20130715 note: I am not sure what to make of this record yet... It is impossible to know if the Wm. Hall, deceased is the brother to Edward and Thomas, but it appears that it might be. If that is the case, then he arrived at Boonesborough first, settling in Jan 1799 and dying before the land court was held in Dec of that same year. (This goes against the current theory that he died later in 1782/3, so proceed with caution.) I do not think that John Hall is a relation - notice he settled in 1775, four years before Thomas Hall and brothers arrived. He is presented here for context.]