Person:Sarah Hall (133)

Sarah "Sally" Hall
d.bef 1799
m. 24 Apr 1744
  1. Jennet Hall1744/45 -
  2. Dr. Isaac Hall1747 - bef 1806
  3. Archibald Hall1749 -
  4. Sarah "Sally" Hall1751 - bef 1799
  5. Thomas Hall, Esq.1754 - aft 1790
  6. Elizabeth Hall1756 -
  7. Alexander Hall1759 -
  8. Benjamin Hall1765 -
  9. Hon. John Hall1767 - 1833
m. WFT Est 1769-1773
  1. Eleanor Tate1769-1785 -
  2. John Tate1772 - 1854
  3. Mary 'Polly' Tate1774 - 1861
  4. Isaac Tate1776 - 1852
  5. Elizabeth Tate1778 -
  6. Sarah Tate1780 - 1831
m. abt 4 May 1785
  1. Tabitha Fulton1786 - 1834
  2. Sophia Fulton1788 -
  3. John Stuart Fulton1790 - 1823
  4. Nancy Fulton1793 -
Facts and Events
Name Sarah "Sally" Hall
Married Name[3] Tate
Married Name[1] Fulton
Gender Female
Birth[2] 19 Dec 1751 Augusta, Virginia, United States
Marriage WFT Est 1769-1773 to Capt. James Tate
Marriage abt 4 May 1785 Augusta, Virginia, United Statesto Maj. Hugh Fulton
Other[1] 15 Oct 1790 Augusta, Virginia, United Statesnamed "Sarah Fulton" in Will of Edward Hall, her father
Death? bef 1799
  1. 1.0 1.1 Will Abstract of Edward Hall, in Chalkley, Lyman. Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish settlement in Virginia: Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County, 1745-1800. (Rosslyn, Virginia: The Commonwealth Printing Company, 1912-1913 in Three Volumes), Secondary quality.


    Page 238.--15th October, 1790. Edward Hall's will--To wife, Eleanor; to son, Alexander; to son, Benjamin; to children, viz: Isaac Hall, Sarah Fulton, Thomas Hall, Elizabeth Fulton, already provided for; to son, John. Executors, friends Benj. Stuart, Andrew Fulton, Archibald Stuart. Teste: Archibald Stuart, Wm Kenedy, Alex. Stewart, Eleanor Stuart, Elizabeth Stuart. Proved, 20th September, 1796, by Alex. Stuart and Wm. Kennedy.
    [Identifies her as a daughter of Edward Hall and wife of Fulton.]

  2. Family Recorded, in Riley, Agnes Graham Sanders. The Pioneer Tate family of Augusta County, Virginia. National Genealogical Society Quarterly (National Genealogical Society). (Vol 57, Issue 3 (Sep 1969)), 181, Secondary quality.
  3. Family Recorded, in McCue, John N. (John Nolley). Henderson chronicles : a roster of the descendants of Alexander Henderson of Fordell, County Fife, Scotland, three of whose sons emigrated to the American colonies prior to 1740 and settled near Alexandria, Va. (Compiled by John N. McCue, 1915), 19, Secondary quality.

    ... John Tate, Esq., was a son of Capt. Jas. Tate who was killed in the battle of Guilford Courthouse 15, Mar. 1781, and his wife, Sarah Hall (dau of Edward Hall and Eleanor Stuart). Sarah Hall was a cousin to:
    - Hon. John Brown who served three consecutive terms in the U. S. Senate from Ky. ;
    - Judge Mason Brown of Ky. ;
    - Hon. B. Gratz Brown, Gov. of Mo., and candidate for Vice-Pres. of the United States on the Greely ticket ;
    - Hon. Jas. Brown,. U. S. Senator from New Orleans and later Minister to France;
    - Jno. H. Fulton, M. C, Va.
    - Hon. Alex. Stuart, Judge U. S. Court in Mo. ;
    - Hon. A. H. Stuart, member of Congress from Virginia, and Sec. of Interior in Pres. Taylor's Cabinet, and
    - a sister to Judge John Hall, of the Supreme Court of N. C. ...