Person:Hall Medlin (2)

Watchers
m. Abt 1793
  1. William Medlin1794 - Abt 1799
  2. Susanna Medlin1796 - 1876
  3. Nancy Medlin1798 - 1816
  4. William Owen Medlin1800 - Abt 1853
  5. Elizabeth Medlin1803 - 1877
  6. Mary Ann Medlin1804 -
  7. Hall Medlin1806 - 1883
  8. Melissa Medlin1808 -
  9. Jarret Medlin1810 - 1899
  10. Sarah Medlin1812 -
  11. Luisa Medlin1815 - Abt 1851
m. 3 Dec 1835
  1. Marion Medlin1835 -
  2. Jarret Medlin1837 -
  3. Sarah Medlin1840 -
  4. Isaac Medlin1842 - 1920
m. 8 Sep 1842
  1. Lewis Larkin MedlinAbt 1846 - 1917
m. Jan 1850
  1. Susan M Medlin1852 -
  2. Elizabeth Rebecca Medlin1854 - 1936
  3. Rachel Malissa Medlin1856 -
  4. Nancy S Medlin1859 - 1950
  5. Hall Medlin1860 - 1866
  6. Laura A Medlin1864 -
  7. James Medlin1871 - 1938
Facts and Events
Name Hall Medlin
Gender Male
Birth? 7 Oct 1806 Pendleton District, South Carolina, United States
Immigration? 1808 Rutherford, Tennessee, United StatesFairfield District
Residence? 1821 Marion, Alabama, United States
Residence? 1831 Cole, Missouri, United States
Property[2] 1832
Religion? 1833 Cole, Missouri, United Statescharter member Mount Gilead Baptist Church
Marriage 3 Dec 1835 Cole County, Missourito Lucinda Eads
Property[3] 1842 Platte City, Platte, Missouri, United States
Marriage 8 Sep 1842 Platte County, Missourito Nancy Baker
Residence[4] May 1844 Texas, United States
Occupation? From 1846 to 1847 Denton, Texas, United StatesTax Assessor and Collector
Other[5] 1847/48 first to have "capital" surgery
Occupation[6] Dec 1849 Denton, Texas, United StatesCounty Commissioner
Marriage Jan 1850 to Catherine Bradford
Death? 11 Oct 1883 Burnet, Texas, United States
Other[1]

HALL MEDLIN was born on October 7, 1806 in Pendleton District, South Carolina. He later moved to Tennessee. He then later moved to Missouri. He then later moved to Texas.

In 1808 Hall moved to Fairfield District, Rutherford County,Tennessee. The family then moved to Sinking Creek, called Captain Medlin's District.

When Hall was about age 15, the family moved to Marion County, Alabama. About 1831 the family moved to Cole County, Missouri.

Hall purchased land Moniteau County, Missouri, Township 44, Range 15,Section 6 in 1832.

Hall was a charter member that helped form Mount Gilead Baptist Church (First Baptist Church) California, Missouri in 1833.

In 1840 Hall was living with his family in Carroll Township, Platte County, Missouri.

Hall Medlin purchased some of the Platte Purchase land from the Federal Government and is in the 1840 census of Platte County, Missouri. In "Annals of Platte," "Hall Medlin constructed a grist and saw mill on Smith's Fork."

His family reported he made a trip to Texas before he returned to lead awagon train in May, 1844, which arrived in Peter's Colony, White Rock, before July 1, 1844. His family, his mother, brother Owen Medlin, threesisters and their husbands, James Gibson, James P Halliford, and John Hallford. Others included Jesse and William Gibson, Larkin Baker with his sons and families. Reportedly, 16 families in all from Platte County,Missouri.

In 1846 - 1847 Hall was Tax Assesor and Collector for Denton County,Texas.

In the winter of 1847-1848 he was the first to have "capital" surgery in an area near Blue Mound (Tarrant County) Texas. It is reported that while hunting buffalo his horse was frightened and threw him. The buffalo gored him and almost disembowled him.

He was elected Commissioner for Denton County, Texas but resigned and moved to Travis County, Texas in December 1849.

In 1859 Hall moved to San Bernadino County, California. He returned to Texas to buy cattle to sell in California and led a wagon train from Hays County, Texas on April 15, 1868.

References
  1. In 1859 Hall moved to San Bernadino County, California. He returned to Texas to buy cattle to sell in California and led a wagon train from Hays County, Texas on April 15, 1868.
  2. Hall purchased land Moniteau County, Missouri, Township 44, Range 15,Section 6.
  3. Hall Medlin purchased some of the Platte Purchase land from the Federal Government in Platte County, Missouri. In "Annals of Platte," "Hall Medlin constructed a grist and saw mill on Smith's Fork."
  4. His family reported he made a trip to Texas before he returned to lead a wagon train in May, 1844, which arrived in Peter's Colony, White Rock, before July 1, 1844. His family, his mother, brother Owen Medlin, three sisters and their husbands, James Gibson, James P Halliford, and John Hallford. Others included Jesse and William Gibson, Larkin Baker with his sons and families. Reportedly, 16 families in all from Platte County, Missouri.
  5. In the winter of 1847-1848 he was the first to have "capital" surgery in an area near Blue Mound (Tarrant County) Texas. It is reported that while hunting buffalo his horse was frightened and threw him. The buffalo gored him and almost disemboweled him.
  6. He resigned and moved to Travis County, Texas.