Person:Allen Hall (1)

m. 26 Mar 1778
  1. Thomas Hall1779 - 1869
  2. Reuben Hall1780 - 1791
  3. Elisha Hall, of Ten Mile Creek1782 - 1876
  4. Nathan Hall1784 - 1873
  5. Elizabeth Hall1786 - 1855
  6. John Hall, of Buffalo Creek1788 - 1863
  7. Silas Hall1790 - 1807
  8. Allen Hall1793 - 1869
  9. Phebe Hall1798 - 1872
m. 29 Oct 1816
  1. Elmina Hall1817 - Abt 1843
  2. Izri Hall1819 - 1897
  3. Mary Hall1820 - 1897
  4. Andrew Ice Hall1823 -
  5. Jabez L Hall1826 - 1900
  6. Elizabeth S Hall1828 - 1871
  7. John Allen Hall1830 - 1902
  8. Roxanna M HallAbt 1833 - 1870
  9. Jesse C Hall1835 - 1902
Facts and Events
Name Allen Hall
Gender Male
Alt Birth[2] 1786
Birth[1] 3 Jun 1793 Monongalia, Virginia, United StatesCheat River
Marriage 29 Oct 1816 Monongalia, Virginia, United Statesto Elizabeth Ice
Death[1] 28 Apr 1869 Fairmont, Marion, West Virginia, United Statesage 76 -
Religion? Methodist
  1. 1.0 1.1 Miller, Richard S. The Hall records: genealogical and biographical. (Newburgh, WV: Printed by the Author, 1886)
    31, 39.

    8. Allen, b. on Saturday, June 3, 1793.---Family 7.

    Family 7.-
    ALLEN [HALL], pedigree as before: was born Saturday, June 3, 1793, in Monongalia county, Virginia. He was married October 29, 1816 to Elizabeth, daughter of Frederick Ice, Esq. He sold the share of land which fell to him, of his father's estate, and bought a farm near Fairmont, where he reared a large family, and died there, April 28, 1869, in his 76th year. The obituary contained the following:

    "Mr. Hall was one of our oldest citizens, having been born and raised in this immediate vicinity. His death was quite unexpected, not having complained in any way so as to alarm the fears of his family. Some years ago he had a paralytic stroke, but had so far recovered as to he able to attend to many duties about the house and on the farm. Many years ago he made a profession of religion and united with the Methodist Protestant Church, of Fairmont, exemplifying in his life the truthfulness of the profession he had made, of the power of christian principles to govern daily life.

    As a citizen and neighbor he was esteemed highly. The informity of age has for years prohibited him from taking part in the more active duties of life; nevertheless, he manifested a kindness of feeling and sympathy, characteristic of his earlier days. He leaves an aged companion who, has added to the weight of years, an affliction which confines her to her bed, and from which she can never fully recover. Several children survive, whose duty and privilege is to smooth the path of life for the surviving wife and mother. 'He being dead yet sleepeth. He sleeps well.'"

  2. Butcher, Bernard Lee, and James Morton Callahan. Genealogical and personal history of the upper Monongahela Valley, West Virginia. (New York, New York: Lewis Historical Pub. Co., 1912)

    (III) Allen, son of Asa and Sophia (White) Hall, was born in 1786. ...