Person:Frederick Hall (2)

Frederick A Hall
d.3 Nov 1880
  1. Amanda J. HallAbt 1847 -
  2. Frederick A Hall1854 - 1880
Facts and Events
Name Frederick A Hall
Gender Male
Birth? Jan 1854 West Virginia, United States
Death[2] 3 Nov 1880 age 26y 10m ; killed on the railroad
  1.   United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication M653).

    living with his paternal grandparents

  2. Miller, Richard S. The Hall records: genealogical and biographical. (Newburgh, WV: Printed by the Author, 1886)

    ... Frederick A., was killed on the railroad November 3, 1880, aged 26 years, 10 months. A monument was erected by the Davis Light Guards, of which, organization he was a member, in the Jones cemetery.
    [cos1776 note: "Jones cemetery" could be either "Jones cemetery" in Dents Run or "Woodlawn Cemetery" in Fairmont, but neither lists a burial or monument for Frederick A. Hall in Find A Grave as of Oct 2017.]

  3.   Dunnington, George A, and Richard P Lott. History and progress of the county of Marion, West Virginia, from its earliest settlement down to the present: together with biographical sketches of its most prominent citizens. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1985).

    ... Since the war there had been no military organizations in this county, owing to the poor provisions that the State had made for its militia, but in the summer of 1877, a military spirit seemed to take possession of many of the young men in Fairmont, and the organization of a company was effected. This company was named Davis Light Guards, in honor of Hon. Henry G. Davis, United States Senator from this State, ...