Below is the transcription of my g-grandmother’s address book. She was Georgianna (Hughes/Clough) Hall born to Kittie (Perry) Hughes/Clough/Shipman and John Hughes in Rome, NY in 1883 – married Charles Milton Hall and resided on Lawrence Street in Malden, MA until her death in 1964. Mother to Dr. Charles George Hall (my grandfather):
Front Cover: Addresses Georgianna Clough Hall
Front cover: directions to 7 Blackwood St. Everett Sta to Friend St. to Park St. take Jamaca Plain or Francis St. get off Symphony Station Mass Ave to St Botolph St right hand side 2nd St.
Yellow blue green Stangl cup.
Codene – Cough Syrup
• Mrs Frederick Alberty, Marie; 78 Rutland Street Malden, Mass [address crossed out]; 7 Blackwood St. Boston, Mass. Suite 7
• George & Sarah Allen Revere Mass. 150 Arnold St.
• Mary E. Hennis
• Mr & Mrs Carl Anderson Bx 334; Hallendale, FLa., Eleanor
• Wm. Armstrong 6116 So. Verdun Ave. Los Angeles, Calf.
• Arnold – Longwood Fla. Margaret – H.S. – Box 194
• Charles Barrett 79 Federal St. Boston Mass.
• Ida Blaine 44 Lyons St. Lowell MA [Charles Milton Hall’s 1st cousin – Ida Loiser Hall daughter of David Brian Pinder Hall, Charles Milton Hall’s uncle]
• a/c L.R. Blackenship Plat 21 Room 344 H., F.P.S. Univ of Texas. Austin Texas
• Mrs Logan Braun. Phyllis – Lee’s Summit. Missouri – Mo – Route 3 – Box 309
• Mr. & Mrs. Merle Blackenship. Bobby. Pat. Marjorie – Box 366 Longwood Fl
• Miss Ollie L. Brown 56 Lawrence St. [name and address crossed out] Malden. Mass
• Mrs Webster Barrows. 97 Beach St. Malden Mass.
• Dr. Frank E. Bug Malden Mass. 47 Washington St. Ruth M. Hallberg
• Mrs. S. Hahe Baker – 8 Clapp St. Malden Mass.
• Mrs. Nellie Brown. 3 Crown St. Worcester Mass. [entire entry crossed out]
• Mrs. Burbank 36 Clapp St. Malden Mass.
• Mr. E. K. Beatteay. Ragnhild – Lois. Ted. 112 Floral Ave. Malden Mass [Edward Kimball Beatteay b. 30 Jan 1903 to Edward Beatteay Jr. (b. Carleton, St John’s, NB) & Sarah E Kimball (b. N Weymouth, MA), living 32 Bay St. Boston – grandparents Edward Beatteay and Susie Colwell – Charles Milton’s grandparents David Wilson & Elizabeth Long both lived in St John’s NB, uncertain if this is the connection]
• Mrs. Kittie , Clarence Brown – 3 Riverside Ave. Taunton. Mass. [1920 census family in Taunton, MA; 1930 census Kittie listed as Kathryn Brown living in Troy, NH mother listed as widow Mary Bittrick b. Newfoundland]
• Mrs. Ida Blaine 17 Bl__l___y St. [entire address crossed out], Lowell Mass. Ivan [Evon?]. Lillian 17 Prince St./44 Lyons Lowell [Charles Milton Hall’s 1st cousin – Ida Loiser Hall daughter of David Brian Pinder Hall, Charles Milton Hall’s uncle]
• Donald – Doris – Eunice Cox Fall River, Mass.
• Prt James R. Coles Bat 9 15th __ F.A. R.C. Fort Bragg. N.C. – US Army
• Carrols Lodge – Putnam Lake N.Y. – 9 miles Route 22 Brewster [Carroll Lodge and The Barn were located off Haviland Drive in Putnam Lake. The Lodge accepted guests for daily or weekly stays. The Barn was a restaurant and bar that was attached to the Lodge. Ann Carroll owned both establishments. The house still stands and is used as a private residence, but the restaurant was destroyed by fire in 1973.]
• Jimmy Coles. 1300 Salem St. Malden, Mass.
• Mrs. Effie J. Clark – 10 Lynde St., Malden, Mass.
• Mrs. C.J. Craft. Winter Park. Fla.
• Helper at Hospital
• Mr. H. L. Daley – 20 Payne Terrace. Malden Mass.
• Mrs. Nicholas DeSimone Marguerite Lynch. 121 Lawrence St. Malden, Mass.
• Edward – Mary Downing 518 Roberts St. Rome. New York
• Mrs G Drauschke – 16 Gordon St. Malden Mass. [1930 Malden, MA census Gustave & Freda both b. Germany]
• Mr. W. A. Davis 25 Earl St. Malden, Mass.
• Mrs. Irving Doe – 8 Essex Ave. Swampscott Mass. [address crossed out] Edythe – 237 Salem St. Wakefield Mass.
• Mrs. Geo Daniels – 44 Oliver St. Malden Mass.
• Mrs. T A
• Miss Evelyn Emery – Malden, Mass. 70 Tremont St. [address crossed out]; 72 Mountain Ave. Suite 16
• Joseph F. Eppich – Longwood – Fla Box 20
• Mrs W.C. Evans 1952 W 100 St. Cleveland Ohio [Georgianna’s step-grandfather was James Evans, he was the second husband of her grandmother Ann Jones – in the 1892 Herkimer, NY census an 11 Georgianna is found living with Ann and James – this may be someone related to James]
• Barbara & Carl children
• Dr. Carl W. Groppe – Elm Grove – West Virginia
• 1388 M. Gustafson
• Myra Gauthier 3349 Western Ave. Lynn Mass. Lois Th__ [?] – P.M.’s [In 1920 census living in Nahant, husband Leon – children’s birth records give her maiden name as Hayman]
• 6470 M. Gustafson
• 45 Chatham St. Mrs. Walter R. Glover – Lynn. Mass. 74 Beach St. [Beach St. address crossed out]
• Irene [?] Granlund Malden Mass. 27 Poplar St. Aina Bruce 5726 M – Malden
• Theo Gramstoriff 10 Montrose Ct. Malden Mass. 4882 W Malden [Theodore born in Germany and his wife Louise born in NY are found on the same 1920 census page (family #361) as Charles and Georgianna Hall (family #359) – the Halls are on Dale Street and the Gramstoriff’s are on Davis Court}
• Clarence Gage – 17 Clapp St. Malden, Mass. [Clapp Street was the next street over from the Hall’s Lawrence Street home]
• Mrs Mabel Geary – 35 Evelyn Road – Everett Mass
• Carl Gustafson – 27 Poplar St. Malden, MA [Note: same address as Irene [?] Granlund above – in 1930 Carl is living in Malden on Poplar with wife Hannah and daughter Erna, the Granlund family could not be found in 1910, 20 or 30]
• Master John Hamilton 39 Springdale St. Malden Mass. – paper boy
• Mr. & Mrs. J.R. Halstead 105 W Pine St. Orlando Fla.
• J.D. Hall 18 Russel Rd. Norwich Conn.
• Alfred. Mrs. Haywood – Route 38 Miami Fla. Box 1526 [following is crossed out] 146 Kiska Place Liberty Homes North Charleston S. Carolina
• A.P.O. 37 Private [Private is crossed out] Corporal A. H. Hein – “31016098” Battery C. 6th F.A. Bn Postmaster APO 37 San Francisco Calf. NS Army [Fort Bragg N. C. is written in and crossed out]
• Mrs C. Holland – Settle River Sta. Miami Fla Route 3 Box 1192 W.W. 7th Ave & 103rd St.
• F. Howlett “106” 108 Central Ave Malden Mass
• Haines Edith 18 Everett St. Malden [Georgianna’s son Charles married Edith Anna Haines, Edith’s mother was Edith Bernice (Lansil) Haines]
• E. A. Hall born Dec – 28 – 1852 Died Jan – 1 – 1917
• Roxanna Hall born Oct 1859 died Nov-1- 1910
• “Nilsion man” [?] German
• Mrs. E. A. Jerels – Moline Ill. [several cross offs] 830 15th St. A
• Mrs. Jennie Jones – 730 Madison St. Rome N.Y. “Rena” [Jennie Roberts married Robert Jones and had a daughter Irena who was nicknamed “Rena”, Jennie’s mom was Elizabeth Jones, sister to Anna Jones who was Georgianna’s maternal grandmother. She is Georgianna’s 1st cousin 1x removed aka 1st cousins with Georgianna’s mother Kittie – in 1960 Rena was living at 730 N Madison Street, per her husband’s obituary].
• Mrs Joseph Jardine [several addresses crossed out – 546 Ashmont St. Dorchester, Mass; 3708 Terrace Ave.; Camden N. Jersey] Louise – Chester – George – Virginia – 7437 Park Ave. Merchantville N. Jersey [in 1930 Joseph & Mary Jardine with children Chester, Mary and George were living on Springdale St. Malden, this was two streets over from Lawrence St. where the Hall family was living]
• Dan’l Jones – Katie – Katherine & Elizabeth 727 Cherry St. Rome, NY [Katie Roberts married Daniel Jones and had daughters Katherine & Elizabeth , Katie’s mom was Elizabeth Jones, sister to Anna Jones who was Georgianna’s maternal grandmother. She is Georgianna’s 1st cousin 1x removed aka 1st cousins with Georgianna’s mother Kittie]
• Mrs. Kellet. 1290 Salem St. Malden Mass. Mrs Rigby
• Miss Nellie Kennedy – 152 Lawrence St. Malden, Mass Jimmy – Anne
• Mrs. Samuel Kerr. 175 Mt. Vernon St. Malden Mass. Thelma
• Mr. & Mrs. Letourneau – Salina – Kansas Bx 704 [there is a Mildred & Raymon Letoutneau in Salina, Kansas in 1930, both born in Kansas
• Mrs. E. L. Lane 2021 E. Colonial Dr. Orlando Fla.
• Mrs. Frank Lane. 702 W. Lewis Ave. Tulsa Oklahoma
• Geo. H. Loeser – 46 Wesmur Road Malden. Mass. Girl.
• Orange Grove – Cocoa – Florida – L.D. Locket – Longwood
• Roy Lee – Bx 435 Clay Center – Kansas
• [entire entry crossed out] Mr. & Mrs. A.E. Meighew 102nd St. ; NW 7th Ave. Miami FLa.; Pinewood Sta. Box 4246
• V P.G.
• George & Jeani Malbuen [?] 407 N.E. 90th St. Miami Fla.
• Nellie Marsh – 73 Bellvale St. Malden Mass. Franklin. Dorcus. Phyllis. [family found in 1930 at this address, husband Joseph]
• Lester Marsh – 155 Lawrence St. Bertha Malden Mass.
• [entire entry crossed out] Dr. John A Magee Chestertown N.Y.
• [entire entry crossed out] Mrs McVey 107 Oliver St. Malden Mass Mary Lin Rai__y [?] – [1930 census shows family as Honest & Grace with1 year old Lorraine]
• Mrs. A.N. Merritt – Lorain Ohio Antlers Hotel Minnie & Al [old photo found in attic of 138 Lawrence St. labeled as “Minnie Merritt, Fla, “old family friend”]
• Dr C.I. McNall – 517 Fellsway East Malden Mass.
• Clarence Morton 31 Princeton Rd. Lowell Mass. Mary E. Morton
• Effie. Frank. Franklin. Morse. 158 Broadway – Malden, Mass.
• Mrs Mary S. Morton 93 Dover St Lowell Mass. [looks like the Morton family lived on Main St. Malden a few doors away from Georgianna’s son Charles]
• Nellie – Mrs Frank Marsh 73 Bellvale Street Malden Mass. Phyllis & Franklin
• Dr Harry McDonald Malden Mass 414 Pleasant Street. 4484
• Mrs Mary J. Morton 93 Dover St Lowell Mass.
• Hannah Moynihan 383 East 157 St. Bronx – New York N.Y. 90 Moran
• A.E. Meighen Elm Road Ext. M. C. 37 Warren Ohio
• Clarence Morton 24 Milwood St Dorchester 24 Mass.
• Margaret Matheson Longwood Florida
• Jess Miller . Ida. Gergiano & Jimmy 2160 NW 27th Ave Miami Fla.
• [entire entry crossed out] Pvt. F. Morse 31423618
• Walter & Billie McGuiggan [address crossed out – 965 Winthrop Ave Revere Mass.] 39 Atlantic Ave. Beachmont St – Mass
• [entire entry crossed out] Jane Morrison 20 Porter St. Malden Mass. Geo – Linda – Sandy
• Mary – Walter – Billy – Georgie – Sally – Grace.
• Mr. & Mrs. Walter Nealon – Malden 6 Fairview Ter. Mass.
• Mr. & Mrs. John O’Neil – 156 Cherry Street Malden Mass.
• Willard – Marion – George Oldreive – 181 Summer St. Malden Mass
• 6452 Oneil
• Mrs Annie O Farrel [everything but name crossed out] 1290 Salem St. Malden Mass Tel – 3919W – Mrs. Lard.
• Carol Ann Oldreive Born – Texas May-19-1945
• Mrs. George Oldreive 521 Peach St. San Antonio 3 Texas
• Mrs. Blanch Payne Postmistress Longwood Fla.
• Mr. & Mrs. G Parrell Box 671 Little River Station – Miami Fla. #6 Anna Joy
• Mrs. James Penny 46 Franklin St. Medford Mass
• Dr. A. E. Poole M.D. [address crossed out: 43 Tremont St] Boston Mass Eye Specialist 101 Tremont St. Bromfield St.
• a/c James G Payne – Squadron D2 A.A.F.C.C. Nashville Tenn. Gaylord
• Mr & Mrs James J. Quinn. Margaret. 1140 Jacques Ave Rahway New Jersey [1920 James lived in Malden, brother to Catherine]
• Mother Catherine Quinn Convent of Our Lady of the Cenacle Warrenville Illinois [1920 Catherine lived in Malden, sister to James]
• [name crossed out] Mr. James Reed. Clay Center Route 1 Kansas [found in 1920 census with wife Pearl, children Clema, Leone, Lavone; general farmer, b. 1883 Kansas, both parents born Indiana]
• [the name Edward crossed out] Mrs. Edward Roberts Rena. Jones. Jannie [?] 730 Madison St. Rome N.Y. [Jennie Roberts married Robert Jones and had a daughter Irena who was nicknamed “Rena”, Jennie’s mom was Elizabeth Jones, sister to Anna Jones who was Georgianna’s maternal grandmother. She is Georgianna’s 1st cousin 1x removed aka 1st cousins with Georgianna’s mother Kittie – in 1960 Rena was living at 730 N Madison Street, per her husband’s obituary – but her husband’s name was William A. Roberts? Not Edward].
• Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ross [address in Lynnfield crossed out] Nancy. Charlotte. 14 Tuttle St. Saugus. Broadway Saugus bus. Fulton St/Essex St. left of Church [there is a William Ross b. in New Brunswick with wife Florence (Ellis) and son Robert living in Malden 1920 on Salem St, mother-in-law Nancy Ellis widow of Joseph – in 1930 living at 345 Forest St. Malden – same house as the Littlefield’s and Horatio Hall (son of Horatio Hall, Charles Milton Hall’s grandfather, thus Charles Milton Hall’s uncle – Robert Ross is the same age as Charles Milton Hall – perhaps schoolmates?)]
• Mrs Gutie Rome –
• John Madbury NH
• Mr. & Mrs. R.C. Skelton – Wichita Kansas [516 So Madison crossed out] Iola – Gen Del Route 2.
• Mrs Richard Strand – 40 Lincoln St. Malden, Mass.
• Angie Schaffner – 19 Keniworth St. Malden, Mass.
• Jane – Mrs. Geo. Morrison – Linda Jane Aug 15 1942 – 20 Porter St.
• C.E. Spoor. Ada. 11 Third St. Galeton, PA [Georianna’s aunt Cordelia, who was her mother Kittie Perry’s sister, married CE Spoor, Ada Spoor is his niece]
• Mrs. Carl F. Smith Punxsutawney Pa. RR#1 [Katherine Mae “Kittie” Palmer married Carl Smith. Kittie is Georgianna’s 1st cousin, daughter of Cordelia Perry & Marcus Palmer]
• Myrm Spinney 2 Poplar St. Malden Mass
• P.M. Smith – Nepture Beach – Florida
• Blanche Spoor – Galeton PA 5 Poplar Ave – 77 Maple Ave Elmira N.Y. [Blanche Elizabeth Leonard is the wife of Leland Charles Spoor, son of Charles Spoor and Nettie Fort – Leland is the step son to Georgianna’s aunt Cordelia]
• Mr. & Mrs. E Slocumb 170 Oliver St. Malden, MA
• Mrs. L.A. Stevenson – Celia Cynthia [address crossed off] Indiana.
• C.K. Stevenson – 1320 N. Delaware Indianapolis Indiana
• Mrs. R. J. Simard – 24 Laighton Ter. Lynn Mass
• Wilbur Shaffer – Miami Fla. 1111 N.W. 6th St.
• P.M. Smith – Miami Florida 127 W. 16th Ave. Teresa Apts.
• Mrs. R.P. Strand – 40 Lincoln St Malden Mass
• J.S. (?) Sullivan – R.D. #2 Steubenville – Ohio
• Miss Evelyn Turner [Malden address crossed off]
• Stella Thibeault – 33 Sladen St. Dracut, Mass [Stella Amelia/Emelia Hall married Moise Edward Thibeault – Stella is the daughter of Davd Brian Pinder Hall an uncle of Charles Milton Hall (brother to Charles Milton’s father Ephraim Augustus Hall), thus Charles Milton’s first cousin.
• Mrs Wm Taylor 90 Beach Street Malden Mass
• Dr. Cornelious Thibeault – 16 Lowell St. Wakefield, Mass [veterinarian in Ipswich/Topsfield area, best friends with Georgianna’s son Dr. Charles G. Hall, they went to Ohio State veterinary college together]
• Mrs. Edgar B. Turner – 55 Lafayette Rd Reading Mass
• Evelyn Turner or McPhee – Wesley [Wellesley?]
• Mr & Mrs Sam & Kay Vickery – 10 Norman Rd. Saugus, Mass
• Miss Gladys Wilson – Lakewood – R. Island. 94 Beechcrest St. [Gladys Muriel Wilson is the daughter of Walter Francis Wilson and Clara Knappe, Walter Francis Wilson is the son of James Alexander Wilson and Susan Perkins, James Alexander Wilson is a brother of Roxanna Aurelia Wilson, Charles Milton Hall’s mother. Gladys is therefore Charles Milton Hall’s 1st cousin 1x removed]
• Leah & Edward Willard – home address O’Fallon – Ill. 3721 W. Brdway – Council Bluffs Ia.
• Mrs James White – 105 Oliver Street Malden, Mass.
• M.H. Wentworth May Myra – Burwick Maine [two Florida addresses crossed out Orlando & Kissimmee] Peninsula Station Dayton Beach Florida PO Box 3764 –
• Wilson & Halford Optical Co. – 387 Washington St. Room 206
• Mrs. Alice Wilcox – 98 Lawrence St Malden, Mass Doris and Raymond
• Mrs. Walter A. Washburn – Camp Grounds Willimantic, South Coventry Conn.
• Mrs. Margaret Wyer (?) – 135 So. Huntington Ave. Brookline, Mass.
• Mrs. Wile – Gladys Celdrie – Oak Grove get off at Brown
• S 2/c – E.A. Blackenship – Co 1235 Sec. 4 N.T.S. Newport Rd.
• C.P.S. James A. Coles – A.S.N. 11088635 – Hg Btry 118 FA Bnt A.P.O. #30 90 Postmaster New York, N.Y.
• Plumber – S.R. Pattelina – 5 Beverly St Everett P 4040
• Minnie Murphy – Malden 5591M
• Mrs. A. Merritt – Lake Haven RTD #2 Vermillion Ohio
• Lafayet 3735
• Harry E. Cryan, 33 Broad St. Boston, MA
• 156 First St. Melrose 1010
• Merton Brown
• 117 Summer St 4133
• 40 Comet St Lafayet – 5370
• $450.00 car
• Trailer $25.00
• Wm A. Harris – Manchester, N.H.
• 1925th trk Diaster Master Co AVN Corporal Gremier Field
• Craigen – Malden 1318
• Geo Daniels – Malden 4127
• Ann White – Malden 4744 J
• Marion – Malden 5189
• Mrs J. Isaacson – 51 Oliver St. 5676 M.
• 3886 M. Morrison
• Shop m___ 5985 Malden
• 7132 W. Effie Morse
• Nov 8 – 1942 – 1950 –
• Feb 8 – 1875 -1943
• Mr. Harry Zerbe – Longmeadow Mass
• 128 Smith Park Ave.
• Pvt James Coles 3rd Co [military address Camp Blanding N.S. Army crossed out]
• C.P.L. William Haines – 31026323, 1925 QM Co TRRAVN APO 635 S Post Master New York City [Georgianna’s son Charles G. Hall married Edith Haines, William was her brother]
• Mr & Mrs Harry Zerbe – nurse – 306 St James Ave. Springfield Mass [entire entry crossed out] Reading Mass.
• Mr & Mrs Stephen Zagorski 160 Lawrence St. Malden, Mass 1421
• 320 Haverhill St.
• J.A. Moran 12 Burredge Place Malden Mass Policeman
• Pvt James G Coles 11088635 Hq Bldg 118 FA Bn APO #30 Camp Altenburg Indiana
• Mr J Morris – Milton Mass – 15 Blue Hills Terrace tele: BH 8100
• Geo Daniels Malden 4127 M
• Rec’d of Sena Omigiman $75 Jan 14 1943 due Oct 1 1942
• Pvt PA Sorventino PO Box 622 Chatham Mass
• Norman Pendergast 110 Wyllis Ave Everett Mass
• William Haines – Windsor Socks Disaster Master Detachment AUM Conn Barracks T-456 [Georgianna’s son Charles G. Hall married Edith Haines, William was her brother]
• Ralph Coffman – Longwood Fla Gen’l Del
• Pvt Peter A Sorrentino – Hdq Btry 16 FA 9th Arm. Div. APO 1259 Fort Riley Kansas
• 9/c L.R. Blackenship B5 USNR CAA WTS Schreiner Institute Kerrville Texas
• Arthur Lindholm
• Private Charles H Frances – Battery D 29 C.A.T.B. Camp Wallace Texas
• Mr. Cousin –
• Pvt Tom Morton – AAFRTC 589 TSS Flt 181M, St Petersburg Fla
• Pvt Tom Norton – Co. F Bldg T1608 Medical Technical School Ft Harrison Indiana
• Pvt Sam P Williamson – N.S. Army Res Area Gulfport Miss.
• Pvt Geo F Collins #11024657 886th Classification Center Sq AAFCC SAACC San Antonio Tx St Sgt
Inside rear cover:
In case of illness notify: Dr. Chas. G. Hall 228 Main St. Malden Mass Tele 0124 Malden
• Paul T Finlay Revere Mass
• Nellie Marsh birthday Feb 28
• Dr Wheeler – Elmore Apts 349 Pleasant St. Malden
Rear Cover – Biscayne Kennel Club Miami Florida [stamp of a running greyhound]
24 January 2013
Today, I was honored to meet my 88 year old, 5th cousin 1x removed – Mr. Robert Dean Hall.
Five years ago, my brother, Mike took a DNA test in an effort to help prove that our Hall line descends from George Hall, one of the original settlers of Taunton, MA in the 1600’s. The test instead indicated that we did NOT descend from George, nor did we descend from Edward Hall of Rehoboth – the only two Hall families known to be of Bristol County, MA during that time period. Five years later, our only close DNA match is to a Hanson family of Wisconsin.
So in December 2012, I set out to find another descendant of my earliest known ancestor: Brian Hall born 1727 in Raynham, MA (which was then Taunton); died 1778 in Norton, MA – but through a different son than my ancestor Brian [junior].
I located, Robert Dean Hall, a descendant through Brian’s son Silas and grandson Chandler. I wrote a letter around Christmastime asking (okay, begging) for his DNA. My husband laughed: “You really think this “cousin” is going to call you? He is going to think you are some type of crazy lady!”
A month ago, I got a call. Robert was intrigued. He wasn’t sure if he was ready to give up his DNA, but he wanted to know more of his Hall ancestors. I printed out everything I had – births, marriages, deaths, military records, censuses, etc. and sent it off. A week passed, I heard nothing. Two weeks passed, still no word. Then, this past Sunday, I got a call – he has decided to give his DNA – could I meet him for lunch in Taunton – soon – he is planning to head to Florida for the winter any day now.
Of course we picked the coldest day of the year. It was negative 13 in Jackson, NH when I left home (negative 27 with the wind chill!) – my car, an Acura, albeit reliable, hit 100,000 miles during the 4 hour ride to Taunton. .. I worried needlessly – I arrived at Benjamin’s with 30 minutes to spare. Robert arrived a few minutes later.
Robert was delightful. I always enjoy meeting cousins! We sat for four hours and talked about everything. I didn’t take notes, I wish I had. I didn’t want to offend him – in reality, I don’t think it would have phased him a bit.
After a bit of small talk, he took the DNA test. It will have one the following results:
(1) He will not match my brother, thus indicating that my line had a non-paternal event (NPE) – i.e. a grandmother slept with the milkman; he will instead match the George or Edward Hall family of Bristol County (thus allowing me to focus my research)
(2) He will match my brother, which proves that there was a third Hall family in Bristol County.
(3) He won’t match my brother or George or Edward….then who knows!!
Fingers crossed…not sure which result I am hoping for… #1 or #2 – even if I am not a Hall genetically, I want to solve the mystery.
We then settled in at a cozy window table and both ordered a cup of chowder, shrimp fritters and diet coke (he admitted to being a diet coke addict – one of my vices as well) .
Robert has had a fabulous and interesting life.
He was born during the winter of 1924 at 7:40PM in Brockton City Hospital, the only child born to Chandler Dean Hall and Isabel Luther Pratt, weighing in at 8 pounds. 3 ounces.
Robert served our country in WWII. He was drafted and first stationed in Sacramento, California (where he visited San Francisco whenever he was on leave) and then the South Pacific. He was discharged in Japan and travelled home via 30 (miserable) days by ship (I guess the “shocks” on the boat weren’t working. He married Elsie Twomey, a girl from high school because “marriage was the thing to do after the war”. Robert never made it to college, as was the plan – he went to work at his father, Chandler’s, car dealership – Hall Motors, Inc. in Brockton which he later inherited. It was a lucrative business. He had 3 boys, only one of whom married (yielding two grandchildren – a boy, now an electrician, and a girl who is a recent graduate and working as a physician’s assistant). Robert’s wife, Elsie (an Irish Catholic) passed away 40 years ago, at the age of 51, from cancer. By that time, Robert had sold the business and his house in Brockton and retired to Cape Cod. A few years later, on the Cape, Robert met a spunky Italian woman (who’s name I forget). They were together until her passing three years ago. They travelled the world together, logging over 20,000 miles on bicycle! She wanted to marry, but he was a bit leery – she loved alcohol.
He has amazing energy, is handsome and quite charming. Robert attributes his longevity to walking 2-4 miles each day, eating mostly fish (and chocolate – another of my vices), being a non-smoker and occasional drinker and continuing to work (for a Boston rental car company, as a driver, several days a week). In the winter, he treks to Florida and stays at the home of a longtime friend in Ft. Lauderdale – a former yacht captain. They have travelled together up and down the east coast and to the Caribbean.
Robert shared his Mayflower genealogy (Standish & Bradford) written by his aunts as well as the Pratt family genealogy (because he noticed that I also have Pratts in my family). He talked of the Pratt Farm, Middleborough, MA, which was in his family for 200 years or more, and his visits there as a child. He recalled an auction that was held to sell off the treasures in the old homestead – one being the Hall family bible, another a musket used in the Revolution inscribed with the name of Moses Standish, his ancestor, and a Pilgrim a era bureau which netted only $15,000 because the legs had been replaced . In hindsight, he wishes he had kept some of these heirlooms. But being of such a young age, he hadn’t much interest in his family’s history.
His family owned Sachem Rock, a 31.6 acre farm in the Town of East Bridgewater. Robert pointed out that he was a Republican. His favorite place in the world is Oahu. He is a former Kiwanian (with perfect attendance for 22 years), as am I, and a Mason. He spends a few days each year visiting Portland,Maine, during Fryeburg Fair week (where I work the Kiwanis coffee booth! ), which he attends on Senior Citizens Day (Tuesday). A highlight is eating ice cream. He used to eat at the Linden Diner in Malden (a block from where I grew up)… Sadly, most all of his friends are gone from this earth, but he keeps busy and has started to make some younger friends.
We parted ways after about four hours, promising to see each other again when Robert returns from Florida in April. I went to hug him – he stiffened – a true Hall trait!! I realized, related genetically, or not, I am a Hall!!
UPDATE: We are Hall’s!! There was a 3rd Hall family in Bristol County in 1727! http://passagetothepast.wordpress.com/2014/02/01/im-going-to-disney-world/
We also match another Hall who descends from Joseph HALL (1745-1825), born England, who married Mary Ann Hitt Martin Strange and lived in Harrison and Lewis Counties, West Virginia – http://www.eg.bucknell.edu/~hyde/hall/
The mystery continues…….
I just received word that I have officially been accepted to the DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) National Society for my 5th g-grandfather, Lt Brian Hall effective July 5th. I have attended several local meetings in anticipation of being accepted, but it’s nice to finally be official and quite an honor! and how appropriate that I was accepted just after our day of Independence!
The DAR organization promotes historic preservation, patriotism and education through the work of 32 related committees. There are more than 168,000 members in over 3,000 chapters nationwide!
I had to provide proof for each date and place, for each generation, starting with myself and going back lineally to Brian. In the first three generations, these proofs had to consist of photocopies of birth, marriage, and death documents. For other generations back to the Brian, I had to provide proof such as cemetery records, obituaries, probate records, wills, census records and published vital records. Relationships between generations HAD to be proven.
After gathering all the data, it had to be input on to the application and printed on special paper. Special thanks go to Jane Lasselle, the Anna Stickney chapter regent. Without her, I would still be working on my application! Of course I pulled everything together and realized at the 11th hour that I didn’t have my husband’s birth certificate! Ironic that one of the easiest parts of my research, held the submission up another 10 days.
My National Number is 883721 – http://services.dar.org/public/dar_research/Search/default.cfm?myaction=acknowledge
One of my many brick walls is the identity of Lt. Brian Hall’s parents. Brian is my 5th g-grandfather who’s service to our country has bestowed upon me the honor of being accepted to the Daughter’s of the American Revolution Society.
The First Book of Raynham (MA) Records (Raynham is in Bristol County), 1700–1835 (Online database: NewEnglandAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2003), (Handwritten unpublished transcription, transcriber unknown, “First Book of Raynham Records,” donated to NEHGS in 1897) lists his parents as:
|1727||July 9||Brian son of John Hall 3d of Taunton & Mary his wife||Birth|
There is speculation (in unsourced published genealogies) that Brian’s mother was Mary Brettun, granddaughter of Mary (Pendleton) Brettun Cross Morey who was the granddaughter of Brian Pendleton a wealthy Englishman born about 1599. He was one of the early settlers of Watertown and Sudbury, MA and owned quite a bit of land in the Saco area of Maine and Portsmouth New Hampshire.
Mary (Pendleton) Brettun Cross Morey (possibly Brian’s grandmother) left a will. It is indexed under the name “Marcy Morey” in ”Abstracts of Bristol County, Massachusetts Probate Records, 1687-1745″ H. L. Peter Rounds.
Many years ago I stopped in at the New England Historic Genealogical Society in Boston and got an actual copy of Mary Morey’s will which they have on microfilm.
Below is a small section which I transcribed. Not “transcription perfect” as required by the BCG, but good enough for me – I added some punctuation to make it easier for the reader (the original has no commas between the names):
….Item – I Give and Bequeath to my Grand Children William Brettun, Abiale Brettun, Ebenezer Brettun, Pendleton Brettun, Mary Hall, Lydia Brettun, Sarah Brettun, Elizabeth Brettun, & Abigail Brettun, all the remaining three quarters of my Real Estate lands Meadows & ____ which belong to me to be equally divided between them Only that my granddaughter Mary Hall is to enjoy her part during her life and after her deceased her children to enjoy her part equally between them and their heirs….
The original will doesn’t tell us much more about Mary Hall, but it is interesting that Mary is called out separately. Perhaps implying that Mary Hall already had a child or children? The will was written in 1732. Brian Hall would have been about 5 years old and living in Bristol County.
In any case, the will clearly reads “Mary Morey” and not “Marcy Morey”. It gives enough of a description of the actual land in Maine and New Hampshire so that a researcher (hopefully me someday) could identify land deeds related to this property and perhaps follow the book and page numbers to determine if any of the land mentioned ends up in the hands of Lt Brian Hall, who was by the way, a large land holder.
Identifying the Parents of Horatio Hall
By Linda Hall-Little
Hall family researcher Rev. David B. Hall in his book The Halls of New England makes the claim that Horatio Hall was born 18 June 1802 in Norton, Massachusetts; died 11 May 1884 in Malden, Massachusetts and was the child of Major Brian Hall and Polly Lane prominent citizens of Norton, Massachusetts. He says: “Brian was a farmer and landholder who volunteered at an early age on the Revolutionary rolls and was subsequently major of artillery in the old 4th Regiment. He took a leading position among his townsmen, was a member of the board of assessors and selectman for about twenty years and was a member of the old Congregational Society”. No sources are given, most of Rev. Hall’s data was collected by writing letters of inquiry to Hall families.
Rev. Hall lists this Hall family as follows:
- BRIAN HALL: b. 1762 – d. 1833 m. 1788 POLLY LANE : b. Unknown – d. 1846
- POLLY: b. 1788 – d. 1834, single
- ISAAC: b. 1790 – d. 1869
- SOPHIA: b. 1792 – d. 1862, married HORATIO BARNEY
- MARCIA: b. 1794 – d. 1862, married GEORGE L. SUTTON
- BRIAN: b. 1797 – d. 1839
- MILTON: b. 1799 – d. unknown
- HORATIO: b. 1802 – d. 1884
- EPHRAIM L: b. 1804 – d. 1870
Robert Leo Hall, in the publication George Hall and His Descendants, 1603-1669, presents the same information all data is unsourced or cite David Hall’s book as a source.
The age of 81 and 10 months, birth place of Norton, Massachusetts, death location of Malden, Massachusetts and death date of 11 May 1884 as stated in Horatio’s death record are in line with Rev. Hall’s published details. The death certificate conflicts by naming Horatio’s parents as Byron Hall and Mary both born in Norton, Massachusetts and not Brian Hall and Polly of Norton, Massachusetts.
There is one marriage recorded in the vital records of Bristol County in this time period for a variant of Brian Hall as follows: “Briant [int. Bryant] and Polley [int. Polly] Lane Jan., 1788”, there are no variants in the vital records of Byron and Mary. However it should be noted that a nickname for Mary was commonly Polly.
In the 1790 (Bryant), 1800 (Brian), 1810 (Brian) and 1820 (Briatt) census data there is only one variation in each census year of the name Brian Hall found in Bristol County, Massachusetts under the surname Hall, all are in the town of Norton.
There is one Horatio Hall listed in Norton, Massachusetts births. The given birth date is 18 June 1802, his parents names are not given. Using the names in Hall’s publication as a guideline, births for potential children of Brian and Polly include:
- Polley, ch. Briant and Polley, June 28, 1788
- Isaac, ch. Briant and Polley, Oct. 24, 1790
- Sophia, ch. Briant and Polley, Aug 1, 1792
- Marshia, ch Briant and Polley. Dec 10, 1794
- Brian, May 24, 1797 [no parents named]
- Milton, Oct. 19, 1799 [no parents named]
- Ephraim Lane, Oct 16, 1804 [no parents named].
There is some consistency in vital records in that parents’ names are mentioned for the Hall children born to Brian and Polly through 1794 and then no parents are listed for the Hall children born later. Perhaps the names were recorded at different times or perhaps the last four children were of different parents.
It should be further noted that there are no children born to “Brian and Mary “in the published directory of Norton births.
Was Byron an alternate spelling or misspelling for Brian (Briant); and Polly (Polley) a nickname for Mary? or
Was Horatio placed in the wrong Hall family by Rev. Hall (an occurrence found to be common in this genealogy)?
A CLOSER LOOK AT CENSUS DATA – BRIAN HALL OF NORTON, MASSACHUSETTS
|Males 16 & over||Males 1-15||Females|
|Head of Household||Free White Males||Free White Females|
|0 thru 9||10 thru 15||16 thru 25||26 thru 44||45 and over||0 thru 9||10 thru 15||16 thru 25||26 thru 44||45 and over|
|Head of Household||Free White Males||Free White Females|
|0 thru 9||10 thru 15||16 thru 25||26 thru 44||45 and over||0 thru 9||10 thru 15||16 thru 25||26 thru 44||45 and over|
|Head of Household||Males||Females|
|0 thru 9||10 thru 15||16 thru 18||18 thru 25||26 thru 44||45 and over||0 thru 9||10 thru 15||16 thru 25||26 thru 44||45 and over|
|1820 Briatt Hall||1||1||1||1||1||1|
If the vital records and David Hall’s information is correct, then by the year 1810 all of the children’s births had occurred and they would possibly all be living at home. We find a perfect match in the census data. In 1810, Brian is listed with 8 children as follows, names and ages are approximate based on vital records:
- 2 ages 0-9 – Horatio (8), Ephraim (6)
- 2 ages 10-15 – Brian (13), Milton (11)
- 1 age 16-25 – Isaac (20)
- 1 ages 10-15 – Marcia (15).
- 2 age 16-25 – Polly (22), Sophia (18) .
In 1790 and 1800, the number children living in the household and their ages are also as expected. The census of 1820 is difficult to analyze as many of the children had come of age and may have moved out of the home.
Although the census data does not prove anything on its own, it adds to other information collected and aids in the development of stronger evidence.
BRIAN HALL’S SON BRIAN LATE OF SEEKONK HEIRS
In a document found in an 1832 pension file, Major Brian Hall certifies that he “well remembers John Hall of Norton in the County of Bristol”. In this document, Brian also mentions that he is in his 70th year of age, that he was born in Norton, and always lived in said town until 1821 when he moved to Providence.
If Brian was 70 in 1832 then he was born about 1762 which is the birth year given by Rev. Hall for the Brian who fathered Horatio. Vital records of Norton lists a birth for “Brian, Maj., 10 April 1763”. That coupled with a cemetery transcription “HALL Maj. Brian, formerly of Norton, Mass., at Providence, in 70th year, soldier of the Revolution, Jan. 13, 1833” further substantiates the claim that this is the same man mentioned in The Halls of New England.
If Brian Hall was living in Providence then perhaps his wife stayed in this area after his death and perhaps some of his children might also be living in this area.
A Brian Hall, probably a son of Major Brian and Polly, is buried in the North Burial Ground in Providence, Rhode Island (b. 1798c – d. 1839).
A probate record dated 2 April 1839 lists the heirs of this Brian Hall late of Seekonk, Massachusetts as:
To the judge of Probate for the County of Bristol, [UNREADABLE] that the heirs of Brian Hall late of Seekonk in said county deceased who has lately died intestate leaving goods and estate of which administration is necessary – we therefore request that you Hon would appoint Theophilus Hutchins Administrator on said estate agreeably to law in such cases made and provided. Seekonk April 2nd 1839.
Horatio Barney and wife
George L. Sutton and wife
Ephraim L. Hall
A search of Rhode Island deeds reveals the following transactions between Hall’s with these names:
Brian Hall and wife Henrietta of Seekonk sell to Ephraim L. Hall of Providence on 10 March 1838 land at so called India Point 20×80 feet plus a house.
Ephraim L. Hall of Providence sells on 29 November 1839 to Milton Hall of Providence 1/7th of land at so called India Point 20×80 feet plus a house of the same estate he purchased from Brian and Henrietta Hall in March 1838.
Ephraim L. Hall of Providence sells on 29 November 1839 to Horatio Hall of Seekonk 1/7th of land at so called India Point 20×80 feet plus a house of the same estate he purchased from Brian and Henrietta Hall in March 1838.
Ephraim L. Hall of Providence sells on 29 November 1839 to Isaac Hall of Providence 1/7th of land at so called India Point 20×80 feet plus a house of the same estate he purchased from Brian and Henrietta Hall in March 1838.
Ephraim L. Hall of Providence sells on 29 November 1839 to Marcia Sutton wife of Samuel Sutton of Seekonk 1/7th of land at so called India Point 20×80 feet plus a house of the same estate he purchased from Brian and Henrietta Hall in March 1838.
Horatio Hall of Seekonk sells on March 9, 1840 to Milton Hall Providence of 1/7th of land at so called India Point 20×80 feet plus a house of the same estate which Ephraim L Hall purchased from Brian and Henrietta Hall in March 10, 1838.
Polly Hall of Providence, Isaac Hall of Providence, George Sutton and wife Marcia of Seekonk, Horatio Barney and wife Sophy of Providence sell [no date but filed Mar 28, 1840] to Milton Hall of Providence 1/7th of land at so called India Point 20×80 feet plus a house of the same estate which Ephraim L Hall purchased from Brian and Henrietta Hall in March 10, 1838.
Henrietta Hall, probably his wife, b. 1796c died on Mar 11, 1838 and is also buried at the North Burial Ground in Providence, Rhode Island. 
If Brian Hall of Seekonk died without a wife or children, then he may have left his estate to his living relatives, possibly his mother Polly and siblings.
HORATIO AND BRIAN HALL BROTHERS?
Horatio Hall who died in Malden, Massachusetts in 1884 was living in Seekonk and Providence from 1833 through at least 1840 and is most likely the named heir of Brian Hall who died in Seekonk in 1839.
In 1832 Horatio married Elizabeth Pinder in Malden, Massachusetts. His first child Mary Elizabeth was born in Rhode Island in 1833, his second David Pinder is also born in Rhode Island in 1835 , his third Abby Francis in Seekonk, Massachusetts in 1838, birth records are not found for the fourth, Lucy M., however she died at age five in Malden in late 1844.
In 1836, we find a Horatio Hall, a laborer, in the Providence directory living on India Point at the same address as Polly Hall (widow) and Ephraim L. Hall.
In the 1840 census a Horatio Hall is living in Seekonk, Massachusetts with family members as follows males age 5-10 (1), males age 30-40 (1) females: under 5 (1), age 5-10 (1), age 10-15 (1), age 30-40 (1). Although the individual name are not detailed in 1840 the family’s expected names and ages (based on the 1850 census are as follows): Horatio would have been about age 38, Elizabeth about age 30, Mary about age 7/8, David about age 5/6, Abby about age 2/3 and Lucy an infant.
In 1850, the family is found in Malden, Massachusetts: Horatio (48, born Mass), Elizabeth (40, born Mass), Mary (18, born RI), David (16, born RI), Abby (13, born Mass), Ellen (9, born Mass), Lucy (4, born Mass). Horatio Hall remains in Malden, Massachusetts until the time of his death.
DEATH RECORDS AND PARENTS OF HEIRS OF BRIAN LATE OF SEEKONK
Two death records of Brian’s heirs provide further information regarding parent names:
Isaac Hall died 10 December 1869, single, age 78, farmer, died of old age, born and died in Norton, parents Brian Hall and Polly Lane both born in Norton.
Ephraim Lane Hall, died 22 January 1870, married, age 65, died of diabetes, mechanic, born and died in Norton, parents Polly Lane and Brian Hall born in Norton.
HORATIO HALL’S DAUGHTERS LUCY MASON HALL
A marriage intention in Seekonk was made between a Brian Hall and Lucy Mason on 23 March 1839. There is no marriage record found. Brian died on 28 March 1839 at age 42, five days later.
Horatio Hall later names two of his daughter’s Lucy Mason Hall:
The first Lucy M. Hall daughter of Horatio and Elizabeth died of dropsy at age 5 on 4 November 1844 in Malden, Massachusetts.
A portion of the obituary of the second Lucy follows: Miss Lucy Mason Hall of 29 Richardson Street died at her home Saturday noon of heart failure after an illness of less than half an hour. Miss Hall was at work in the kitchen when first taken ill and had suffered heart attacks before. She was born in this city and was the daughter of Horatio and Elizabeth Pindar Hall. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs David M Patten with whom she lived, and Mrs. Levi F Nichols of Cross Street and three brothers, Horatio, driver of Hose 2, AE Hall of Forest St and David B. Hall of Lowell.
Most of Rev. Hall’s data was gathered from responses to his requests for information in the form of written letters to Hall families. More likely than not, since Horatio was still living when the book was published, the book is probably accurate.
A review of Horatio Hall’s birth certificate by itself leaves a question if his parents were Brian (Briant) Hall; and Polly (Polley) Lane of Norton and Providence.
However, once corroborated with information from other sources, the statement seems likely.
First, census data of Bristol County lists only one variant of the name Brian Hall from 1790 to 1820. The number of children matches that of published records in the years that the children would have been living with their parents. If Horatio was born in 1802 to a Byron and living in Norton, this family is the only close match.
Next, Brian Hall of Seekonk sold land in India Point, to Ephraim L. Hall in 1838. This land is bought and resold to many other Hall’s all of whom are also listed as Brian’s heirs:
If Brian Hall was a widower at the time of his death then he may have left his possessions to his mother and siblings.
Then, Ephraim Lane Hall, Horatio Hall and Polly Hall (widow) are found living in India Point in 1836. Ephraim’s middle name of Lane suggests that the widow Polly may have been Polly Lane, wife of the deceased elder Brian Hall. In the early 1830’s the area called India Point (now part of Providence, Rhode Island) was part of Seekonk, Massachusetts.
In March of 1840 Horatio Hall of Seekonk sells to Milton Hall of Providence his share of this land at India Point. There is one Horatio Hall found living in Seekonk in the 1840 census. He is of the same age as the Horatio Hall who was born in Norton in 1802 and died in Malden in 1884. Horatio is listed with a woman of the same age and four children. The age ranges of the children are slightly off; however family size and relative ages are consistent with information from later census, marriage and death records which suggest that his first four children were born in the area of Rhode Island and Seekonk.
Next, Norton vital records for Polley, Isaac, Sophia and Marshia Hall name parents as Briant and Polley Hall. Death records of Isaac Hall and Ephraim Lane Hall who were both born in Norton name parents as Polly Lane and Brian Hall born in Norton. All of these names are the same as those listed as heirs of the late Brian Hall of Seekonk.
Last, Brian Hall late of Seekonk registered his intention to marry Lucy Mason. Horatio Hall later names two of his daughters Lucy Mason Hall further strengthening the case that these two men were related.
In summary, if Horatio Hall is a brother of Brian Hall late of Seekonk and if the heirs listed in Brian’s will are his mother and siblings, and if those siblings born before and after Horatio were children of Brian (Briant) Hall and Polly (Polley) Lane born in Norton then Horatio’s parents were also Brian (Briant) Hall and Polly (Polley) Lane born in Norton as Rev. Hall claims.
Although the evidence is strong, an exhaustive search has not been completed. There are many records in Rhode Island and Massachusetts to be examined including but not limited to pension files, deeds and probate records.
 David B. Hall, The Halls of New England: Genealogical and Biographical (Albany, NY:Joel Munsell’s Sons, 1883), 580-1, 599.
 Robert Leo Hall, George Hall and His Descendants, 1603-1669 (Edina, Minnesota:AD&P, 1997), 106, 184.
 Middlesex County, Massachusetts, “Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910”, 1884 section, 356:135, entry for Horatio Hall; Massachusetts Archives, Boston, Mass., digital image, New England Historic Genealogical Society (http://www.NewEnglandAncestors.org : accessed 27 April 2009).
 Vital Records of Norton, Massachusetts, to the year 1850, (Boston, Pub. by the New England Historic Genealogical Society, at the charge of the Eddy town-record fund, 1906), 245.
 DAR National Society, “Genealogy, Finding Your Lineage,” article .(http://www.dar.org/natsociety/content.cfm?ID=94&hd=n&FO=Y : accessed 1 March 2010), “COULD THIS BE OUR REVOLUTIONARY WAR ANCESTOR?”.
 1790 U.S. census, Bristol County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Norton , sheet 2, Bryant Hall household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http//:www.ancestry.com : accessed 2 February 2009), citing National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm M367, roll 4. Also, 1800 U.S. census, Bristol County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Norton , sheet 315, Brian Hall household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http//:www.ancestry.com : accessed 2 February 2009), citing National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm M32, roll 19. Also, 1810 U.S. census, Bristol County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Norton, Brian Hall household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http//:www.ancestry.com : accessed 2 February 2009), citing National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm M252, roll 17. Also, 1820 U.S. census, Bristol County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Norton, sheet 2, Briatt Hall household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http//:www.ancestry.com : accessed 2 February 2009), citing National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm M33, roll 47.
 Vital Records of Norton, 68-9.
 Vital Records of Norton, 68-9.
 Marsha Hoffman Rising, “A maze of Halls in Taunton, Massachusetts: Correlating Land Descriptions to prove Identity,” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 81 (March 1993):19–23.
 1810 U.S. census, Bristol County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Norton, Brian Hall household. Also, Vital Records of Norton, 68-9.
 1790 U.S. census, Bristol County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Norton, Bryant Hall household. Also, 1800 U.S. census, Bristol County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Norton, Brian Hall household.
 1820 U.S. census, Bristol County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Norton, Briatt Hall household.
 “Revolutionary War Pensions, Massachusetts”, digital images, Footnote.com (http://footnote.com/image/22767657 : accessed 23 February 2010); John Hall pension W.7641; imaged from Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, M804 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives [n.d.]), no roll number cited.
 David B. Hall, The Halls of New England, 599.
 Vital Records of Norton, 68.
 James N. Arnold, “Vital Record of Rhode, Island, 1636-1850”, vol. and p. blank, entry Maj. Brian Hall 13 January 1833; Orig. Pub. Narragansett Historical Publishing Company Providence, RI. Vital records of Rhode Island 1636-1850: First Series: births, marriages and deaths: a family register for the people, 21 vols., 1891, digital image, New England Historic Genealogical Society (http://www.NewEnglandAncestors.org : accessed 28 July 2009).
 “Rhode Island Historical Cemeteries Database Index”, entry for Brian Hall 1988c – 28 Mar 1839; Transcriptions by volunteers of Rhode Island Historical Cemeteries Transcription Project; index compiled by John Sterling, digital image, New England Historic Genealogical Society (http://www.NewEnglandAncestors.org : accessed 26 July 2009).
 Providence, Rhode Island, “Probate Records” XX:XX, Hall to Hall; 10 March 1838; NEHGS microfilm XXX,XXX, item X.
 Providence, Rhode Island, “Deeds” 70:415, Hall to Hall; 10 March 1838; NEHGS microfilm XXX,XXX, item X.
 Providence, Rhode Island, “Deeds” 77:38, Hall to Hall; 29 November 1838; NEHGS microfilm XXX,XXX, item X.
 Providence, Rhode Island, “Deeds” 77:50, Hall to Hall; 29 November 1838; NEHGS microfilm XXX,XXX, item X.
 Providence, Rhode Island, “Deeds” 77:61, Hall to Hall; 29 November 1838; NEHGS microfilm XXX,XXX, item X.
 Providence, Rhode Island, “Deeds” 77:61, Hall to Hall; 29 November 1838; NEHGS microfilm XXX,XXX, item X.
 Providence, Rhode Island, “Deeds” 77:50, Hall to Hall; 9 March 1840; NEHGS microfilm XXX,XXX, item X.
 Providence, Rhode Island, “Deeds” 77:184, Hall to Hall; 28 March 1840; NEHGS microfilm XXX,XXX, item X.
 “Rhode Island Historical Cemeteries Database Index”, entry for Henrietta Hall 1796c – 11 Mar 1838.
 Malden, Massachusetts, Births ,marriages and deaths in the town of Malden, Massachusetts (Printed at the University press for the city of Malden, 1903), 166.
 Middlesex County, Massachusetts, “Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910”, 1858 section, 118:152, line 131, entry for David M Patten and Mary E. Hall; Massachusetts Archives, Boston, Mass., digital image, New England Historic Genealogical Society (http://www.NewEnglandAncestors.org : accessed 2 August 2009).
 1900 U.S. census, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Lowell Ward 4, Enumeration District 5794, sheet 14, dwelling 189, family 292, David Hall household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http//:www.ancestry.com : accessed 2 February 2009), citing National Archives and Records Administration microfilm T623, roll 660. Also, 1910 U.S. census, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Lowell Ward 5, Enumeration District 857, sheet 10A, dwelling 113, family 204, David Hall household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http//:www.ancestry.com : accessed 2 February 2009), citing National Archives and Records Administration microfilm T624, roll 600.
 Middlesex County, Massachusetts, “Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910”, 1858 section, 118:152, line 133, entry for Thomas W. Hough and Abby F. Hall.
 Malden, Massachusetts, Births ,marriages and deaths in the town of Malden, 349.
 Providence Directory, 1836 (Providence, RI: H.H. Brown, 1836), 57; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:www.ancestry.com : accessed 12 March 2009).
 1840 U.S. census, Bristol County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Seekonk, sheet 4, line 1, Horatio Hall household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http//:www.ancestry.com : accessed 2 February 2009), citing FHL microfilm M704, roll 177.
 1850 U.S. census, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Malden, dwelling 153, family 196, Horatio Hall household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http//:www.ancestry.com : accessed 2 February 2009), citing National Archives and Records Administration microfilm M432, roll 323.
 1860 U.S. census, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Malden, p. 6, dwelling 41, family 51, Horatio Hall household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http//:www.ancestry.com : accessed 2 February 2009), citing National Archives and Records Administration microfilm M653. Also, 1870 U.S. census, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Malden, p. 5, dwelling 26, family 39, Horatio Hall household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http//:www.ancestry.com : accessed 2 February 2009), citing National Archives and Records Administration microfilm M593. Also, 1880 U.S. census, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Malden, Enumeration District 397, p. 6, dwelling 58, family 66, Horatio Hall household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http//:www.ancestry.com : accessed 2 February 2009), citing National Archives and Records Administration microfilm T9:0522. Also, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, “Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910”, 1884 section, 356:135, entry for Horatio Hall.
 Bristol County, Massachusetts, “Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910”, 1869 section, line 32, 220:139, entry for Isaac Hall.
 Bristol County, Massachusetts, “Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910”, 1870 section, line 4, 229:131, entry for Ephraim Hall.
 James N. Arnold, “Vital Record of Rhode, Island, 1636-1850”, 1:202 entry Hall Brian and Lucy Mason both of Seekonk 23 March 1839.
 Malden, Massachusetts, Births ,marriages and deaths in the town of Malden, 349.
 Malden Evening News, 6 May 1907, p. 4, col. 5, Hall Family Papers, privately
held by Linda Hall-Little, [ADDRESS FOR PRIVATE USE,] Jackson, New Hampshire, 2010. Inherited in 1999 by Linda Hall-Little from her grandmother Edith (Haines) Hall, wife of Charles George Hall, Malden, Massachusetts.
 David B. Hall, The Halls of New England: Genealogical and Biographical, p. X
 1790 U.S. census, Bristol County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Norton, Bryant Hall household. Also, 1800 U.S. census, Bristol County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Norton, Brian Hall household. Also, 1810 U.S. census, Bristol County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Norton, Brian Hall household. Also, 1820 U.S. census, Bristol County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Norton, Briatt Hall household.
 Providence, Rhode Island, “Deeds” 77:38, 77:50, 77:61, 77:184, Hall to Hall. Also, Providence, Rhode Island, “Probate Records” XX:XX, Hall to Hall; 10 March 1838.
 “Rhode Island Historical Cemeteries Database Index”, entry for Henrietta Hall 1796c – 11 Mar 1838.
 Providence Directory, 1836, 57.
 Vital Records of Norton, Massachusetts, to the year 1850, 245.
 Bales, Richard M., History of Providence County, Rhode Island (New York, NY:W.W. Preston, 1891), 278.
 Providence, Rhode Island, “Deeds” 77:50, Hall to Hall.
 1840 U.S. census, Bristol County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Seekonk, sheet 4, line 1, Horatio Hall household.
 Malden, Massachusetts, Births ,marriages and deaths in the town of Malden, 166. Also, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, “Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910”, 1858 section, 118:152, line 131, entry for David M Patten and Mary E. Hall. Also, 1900 U.S. census, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Lowell Ward 4, Enumeration District 5794, sheet 14, dwelling 189, family 292, David Hall household. Also, 1910 U.S. census, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Lowell Ward 5, Enumeration District 857, sheet 10A, dwelling 113, family 204, David Hall household. Also, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, “Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910”, 1858 section, 118:152, line 133, entry for Thomas W. Hough and Abby F. Hall.
 Vital Records of Norton, 68-9.
 Bristol County, Massachusetts, “Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910”, 1869 section, line 32, 220:139, entry for Isaac Hall. Also, 1870 section, line 4, 229:131, entry for Ephraim Hall.
 Providence, Rhode Island, “Probate Records” XX:XX, Hall to Hall; 10 March 1838.
 James N. Arnold, “Vital Record of Rhode, Island, 1636-1850”, 1:202 entry Hall Brian and Lucy Mason both of Seekonk 23 March 1839.
 Malden, Massachusetts, Births ,marriages and deaths in the town of Malden, 349. Also, Malden Evening News, 6 May 1907, p. 4, col. 5, Hall Family Papers.
|Record||Date of Reception||Grantees||Grantors||City||Book||Page||Comments|
|1||3/26/1777||Abiah et ali (Hall)||Seth Dean et ex||Middleboro, Taunton, Raynham||57||156|
|2||6/16/1785||Abiathar et al (Hall)||Tobe Gillmore||Rayn||64||106|
|3||3/26/1795||Abiathar (Hall)||Abiather Dean||Rayn||73||449|
|4||3/26/1795||Abiathar (Hall)||Benaiah Dean||Do||73||449|
|5||2/19/1746||Abigail et ali (Hall)||Mary Hall||unknown||34||166|
|6||4/15/1748||Abigail et ali (Hall)||Mary Hall||Taunton||35||179|
|7||3/21/1771||Abigail ex Amos et ali (Hall)||Division||unknown||53||435||copied|
|8||4/13/1747||Amariah (Hall)||Judah Chase||Rayn||35||146|
|9||2/27/1748||Amariah (Hall)||Mercy Hall||Do||35||374|
|10||3/15/1753||Amariah (Hall)||Patience Hall||Rayn||40||65|
|11||6/28/1755||Amariah (Hall)||Joesph Allen et ex||do||41||334|
|12||7/27/1757||Amariah (Hall)||James Pershoe||Rayn||42||367|
|13||10/10/1759||Amariah (Hall)||Nathaniel Snow et ex||Do||43||545|
|14||8/27/1765||Amariah (Hall)||Johnathan Shaw||Rayn||48||48||copied|
|15||9/4/1765||Amariah (Hall)||Elijah Leonard||Do||48||150||copied|
|16||10/29/1765||Amariah (Hall)||Josiah Leonard||Do||49||75||copied|
|17||10/29/1765||Amariah (Hall)||Est John Haskell||Do||49||94||wrong page?|
|18||8/3/1767||Amariah (Hall)||Nathaniel Leonard||Rayn||50||493||copied|
|19||3/18/1778||Amariah (Hall)||Sois Snow||Do||58||177|
|20||3/18/1778||Amariah (Hall)||Nathaniel Snow||Do||58||177|
|21||8/24/1778||Amariah (Hall)||Gideon Shaw||Do||58||326|
|22||10/13/1779||Amariah est (Hall)||Reuben Hall||Rayn||59||423|
|23||10/17/1783||Amariah (Hall)||Prudence Hall||unknown||62||107|
|24||3/2/1785||Amariah (Hall)||Seth Sylvester et ex||Rayn||63||335|
|25||5/18/1785||Amariah (Hall)||Samuel Hood et ex||Rayn||64||4|
|26||3/18/1789||Amariah (Hall)||Est Philip Leonard||unknown||67||495|
|27||2/13/1736||Anny/Ammy (Hall)||Daniel Hall||do||24||132|
|28||3/30/1763||Amos (Hall)||Meicah Turner||Rayn||46||261||copied|
|29||7/22/1765||Amos (Hall)||Jonathon Hall||Rayn||48||7||copied|
|30||3/20/1769||Amos (Hall)||Nathanial Leonard||Do||52||38||copied|
|31||12/21/1769||Amos (Hall)||Philip King||Do||52||443||copied|
|32||3/21/1771||Amos et ex et ali (Hall)||Division||unknown||53||435|
|33||4/13/1773||Amos (Hall)||John Partridge||Rayn||55||188|
|34||4/13/1773||Amos (Hall)||Amariah Hall||Do||55||188|
|35||4/13/1789||Amos (Hall)||Philip King||Rayn||68||3|
|36||5/25/1786||Apollos (Hall)||Benjamin Hall||Do||64||8|
|37||11/20/1790||Apollos (Hall)||Benjamin Hall||Rayn||69||215|
|38||11/20/1790||Apollos (Hall)||Benjamin Hall et ex||Do||69||215||Duplicate (see record #37)|
|39||6/17/1791||Apollos (Hall)||Phebe Hall||Do||70||14|
|40||9/12/1792||Apollos (Hall)||Sehabod Macomber et ex||Do||71||588|
|41||2/8/1794||Asa et al (Hall)||Robert Frear (?) Paine||Rayn||72||357|
|42||6/29/1715||Benjamin (Hall)||John Hall||Taunton||9||378|
|43||6/30/1715||Benjamin (Hall)||Eleazer Carver||Do||9||380|
|44||1/8/1717||Benjamin et al (Hall)||Agreement||Do||10||312|
|45||8/16/1756||Benjamin (Hall)||Benjamin Wilbore||Norton||42||78|
|46||1/6/1759||Benjamin (Hall)||Joseph Hall||Rayn||43||275|
|47||6/23/1757||Benjamin (Hall)||eorge Wheaton||Norton||43||395|
|48||9/7/1776||Benjamin (Hall)||Seth Dean||Rayn||56||538|
|49||2/6/1777||Benjamin et ali (Hall)||Division||Norton, Rayn, Taunton||57||110|
|50||1/6/1759||Benjamin Jr (Hall)||Benjamin Hall sen||Rayn||43||276|
|51||4/13/1758||Brian (Hall)||Elijah Leonard||Norton||43||79|
|52||4/12/1758||Brian (Hall)||Allice Leonard||Rayn||43||115|
|53||4/12/1758||Brian (Hall)||Thomas White||Do||43||116|
|54||4/12/1758||Brian (Hall)||Abijah Wilbore||Do||43||117|
|55||3/10/1761||Brian (Hall)||Joseph Hart||Norton||44||547|
|56||9/16/1762||Brian (Hall)||Thomas Stephens et al||Do||46||105||Thomas and Seth Stevens both of Norton for 2 pounds, 13 shillings and 4 pence to Brian Hall of Norton a small piece of land (possibly 2 1/2 acres?) lying in Norton known by the name of crooked meadow cedar swamp granted to said Stevens as part of a 61 acre land division on 3/16/1737, formerly land of Richard Stevens now deceased and bounded West by land of Robert Woodward, Southerly by land of Williams Linkhon, Northerly by Samuel Knap, mentions Ebenezer Doby (?) deceased who’s land is not included in this deed, signed March 1762. Witnesses: George Leonard, Sarah & Joe Thath.|
|57||10/12/1764||Brian (Hall)||Division||Easton||47||312||Pendelton Bretton of Easton and Brian Hall of Raynham being joint owners of 90 acres of land in Easton purchased of Solomon Pruntue (?) of said Easton, 37 book page 536. Goes on to describe division. Witnesses: Timothy Jones & John Hall. Signed: 11/28/1752|
|58||3/14/1764||Brian (Hall)||Thomas Crossman||unknown||47||122||Thomas Crossman of Raynham, yeoman for 20 shillings from Brian Hall of Norton – need to pull again – blurry|
|59||10/30/1766||Brian (Hall)||Elijah Leonard||Norton||50||98||copied|
|60||2/3/1767||Brian (Hall)||Joesph Hart||Taunton||50||325||copied|
|61||9/16/1768||Brian (Hall)||Benjamin Freeman et ex||unknown||51||357||copied|
|62||9/16/1768||Brian (Hall)||Obadiah Willis et al||Taunton||51||357||Brian Hall of Norton for consideration of 2 1/2 acres conveyed by deed from Obediah & Nehimiah Willis both of Taunton, yeomen give up right and title to land given by Benjamin Willis on Taunton deceased of said 10 acre division in Mar 22, 1742 which grant was conveyed to me by Sarah Willis one of the daughters of Benjamin by deed on Dec 23, 1767, Witnesses Benjamin Williams & Richard Godfrey, signed Sept 16, 1768|
|63||1/13/1769||Brian (Hall)||Joseph Sinkon 2d||Norton||51||528||copied|
|64||11/30/1769||Brian (Hall)||Jasiel Smith et ex||unknown||52||426||copied|
|65||2/21/1770||Brian (Hall)||Jasiel Smith||Taunton or Norton||52||497||copied|
|66||5/26/1770||Brian (Hall)||Joseph Sinkon 2d||Norton||53||70||copied|
|67||6/15/1770||Brian (Hall)||Josiah Sinkon||unknown||53||124||copied|
|68||2/20/1771||Brian (Hall)||Jaber Boiven||Norton||53||399||copied|
|69||11/27/1772||Brian (Hall)||Allice Leonard||Easton||55||37|
|70||3/11/1773||Brian (Hall)||Robert Crossman||unknown||55||158|
|71||3/6/1774||Brian (Hall)||David Shaw||Taunton||56||53|
|72||4/6/1774||Brian (Hall)||Joseph Herves Jr||Norton||56||54|
|73||4/6/1774||Brian (Hall)||George Leonard||Do||56||55|
|74||4/22/1774||Brian (Hall)||Simeon Hodges||Norton||56||67|
|75||5/25/1774||Brian (Hall)||Daniel Phillips||Taun||56||103|
|76||11/24/1774||Brian (Hall)||Joanna Crossman||Rayn||58||90|
|77||9/10/1783||Brian et al (Hall)||John Hall 3d||unknown||62||61|
|78||2/20/1792||Brian (Hall)||Isaac Braman||Norton||70||354|
|79||2/26/1750||Brian et al (Hall)||Solomon Printice||Easton||37||536|
|80||2/22/1726||Caleb (Hall)||Joshua Hall||Attle||17||150|
|81||5/28/1731||Caleb (Hall)||Ebenezer Smith et ali||Do||19||491|
|82||9/17/1735||Caleb (Hall)||Aaron Davis||Do||23||462|
|83||3/17/1738||Caleb (Hall)||John Chadwick||Do||27||107|
|84||12/4/1744||Caleb (Hall)||Joshua Hall||Attle||33||103|
|85||8/24/1726||Christoper (Hall)||Gilbert Grant||Reho||17||78|
|86||12/22/1726||Christoper (Hall)||Abiah Carpenter||Attle||17||149|
|87||12/22/1726||Christoper (Hall)||Samuel Mason||do||17||152|
|88||9/15/1748||Christoper (Hall)||Caleb Hall||do||36||211|
|89||9/12/1755||Christoper (Hall)||Est Aaron Davis||do||41||458|
|90||9/12/1755||Christoper (Hall)||Jeremiah Everett||do||41||459|
|91||6/14/1734||Daniel (Hall)||John Robinson||Attle||23||139|
|92||2/6/1777||Daniel et ali (Hall)||Division – Taunton North Purchase||Norton, Rayn, Taunton||57||110|
|93||11/24/1704||Ebenezer (Hall)||Nathaniel Williams||4||337|
|94||9/24/1773||Ebenezer et al (Hall)||Joseph Hall||Taun||55||414|
|95||10/23/1784||Ebenezer et al (Hall)||Division||Rayn||63||125|
|96||11/1/1759||Edward (Hall)||James Wheeler||Reho||44||18|
|97||11/1/1759||Edward (Hall)||Propr’s Rehoboth Com of||Do||44||27|
|98||2/23/1769||Edmund et ali (Hall)||Mason Shaw et al||Rayn||52||11||copied|
|99||2/6/1777||Elisha (Hall)||Division||Norton, Rayn, Taunton||57||110|
|100||12/8/1791||Elizabeth et ali (Hall)||Samuel Dean||Taun||70||262|
|101||3/2/1777||Elizabeth ex John et ali (Hall)||Seth Dean et ex||Taun, Rayn, Middlboro||57||156|
|103||6/1794||Ephraim (Hall)||Philip White||Norton||73||50|
|104||3/25/1736||Ephraim (Hall)||Daniel Hall||Attle||24||211|
|105||2/19/1790||Ephraim (Hall)||Est Joesph Balkon||Attle||68||388|
|106||10/31/1765||Ephraim Jr (Hall)||Samuel Titus||do||49||448||copied|
|107||1/8/1795||Ephraim Jr (Hall)||Ephraim Hall er et||73||348|
|108||9/20/1737||Hannah (Hall)||Samuel Hall||Taun||25||420|
|109||10/12/1779||Hannah as Admx (Hall)||William Hart||Dart||59||423|
|110||7/26/1740||Hugh et ali (Hall)||Nathaniel Hubbard||Bristol||28||436|
|111||3/20/1740||Hugh et ali (Hall)||Thomas Cobb||Norton & Taun||30||15|
|112||4/25/1753||Isaac (Hall)||Abijah Hall||East & Nort||39||366|
|113||5/10/1779||Isaac et ali (Hall)||Division||Mans||59||234|
|114||6/1/1789||Isaac (Hall)||Seth Bailey||Easton||68||78|
|115||12/27/1791||Isaac (Hall)||James Blake||Taun & Nort||70||278|
|116||4/1/1793||Isaac (Hall)||Amos Hall||do||71||488|
|117||4/1/1793||Isaac (Hall)||Theophilus Howard et al||do||71||489|
|118||3/16/1765||Jacob (Hall)||John King||Taun||47||400||copied|
|119||3/24/1765||Jacob (Hall)||Philip King||Rayn||47||455||copied|
|120||12/6/1777||Jacob et ali (Hall)||Division||Taun||57||110|
|121||12/3/1717||James (Hall)||Joesph Jones||Taun||11||283|
|122||12/3/1717||James (Hall)||Henry Andrews sev||do||11||284|
|123||12/4/1717||James (Hall)||Joesph Hodges et ex||unknown||11||286|
|124||5/18/1726||James (Hall)||Samuel Hall et ali||Taun||17||36|
|125||4/14/1736||James (Hall)||Joshua Cambell||Rayn||24||245|
|126||5/15/1736||James (Hall)||Barrabas Crossman et ex||do||24||247|
|127||9/11/1740||James (Hall)||Josiah Williams||Taun||28||328|
|128||8/14/1749||James (Hall)||Jonathon Hall senior||Rayn||35||480|
|129||3/31/1750||James (Hall)||Noah Williams et ex||do||35||582|
|130||12/13/1749||James (Hall)||Phillip Leonard et ali||Rayn||37||135|
|131||9/15/1755||James (Hall)||Eleazer Carver||Taun||41||412|
|132||3/28/1763||James et al (Hall)||Boundary lines||Rayn||46||274||Controversy between James Hall & Thomas Leonard both of Raynham, September 4, 1762. Witnesses: Thomas White and Ebenezer Bretton.|
|133||2/6/1777||James et al (Hall)||Division||Taun||57||110|
|134||4/7/1783||James (Hall)||Seth Dean||Rayn||61||416|
|135||7/6/1774||James Jr et ali (Hall)||James Hall snr||do||56||158|
|136||7/4/1712||John et al (Hall)||James Cudworth||Free||7||411|
|137||5/24/1714||John (Hall)||Hesrer Marshall||unknown||8||319|
|138||3/10/1715||John (Hall)||Ebenezer Hall||Free||9||71|
|139||3/15/1715||John (Hall)||John Briggs snr||Norton||9||112|
|140||5/21/1715||John et al (Hall)||Samuel Hall et ali||Reb & Attle||9||279|
|141||11/30/1717||John (Hall)||Increase Robinson||Taun||11||279|
|142||12/2/1717||John (Hall)||Henry Hodges||do||11||280|
|143||4/11/1722||John (Hall)||Mary Leonard||Norton||15||48|
|144||1/13/1726||John (Hall)||Hannah Hall et ali||Taun||16||310||Hannah Hall widow of Lieutenant John Hall deceased and her sons Joseph, James, Benjamin & Jacob all of Taunton, for 5 pounds to the eldest son John of said John Hall deceased…twenty acres of land in Taunton, eastward from the meeting house lay six acres on the Neck Plain so called and ten acres of land bounded Eastward by 6 acres of plain and Westward by the land of Phillip King and four acres of land joining to the northward side. Ten acres of land is bounded Eastward, Northward and Westward by the land of Thomas Dean which twenty acres of the land by agreement and settlement of the estate of the above Leiutenant John Hall deceased did belong to the above Hannah Hall for her material life…. Signed June 3,1700, 5th year of the reign of Queen Anne over England, Scotland, France & Ireland.|
|145||10/17/1735||John (Hall)||John Tisdale||unknown||24||72|
|146||10/16/1735||John (Hall)||Nehemiah Deanet ex||do||24||74|
|147||9/14/1739||John (Hall)||Philip Hall||do||27||557|
|148||9/10/1741||John et al (Hall)||Mercy Hall||rayn||30||258|
|149||9/6/1749||John (Hall)||Nenanuel Boivers||Swans||35||484|
|150||12/6/1748||John et al (Hall)||Preserved Hall||Attleboro||36||312|
|151||1/22/1752||John et al (Hall)||Agreement||Rayn||38||239|
|152||6/8/1761||John (Hall)||Joesph Phillips et ex||Norton||45||160|
|153||6/30/1764||John (Hall)||John King||Taun||47||172||John King of Taunton for 10 pounds paid by John Hall son of John Hall of Taunton deceased, 2 certain tracts of land in Taunton, easterly from the meeting house on the so called Neck Plain 15 acres, NW corner a stake & stones, land out to Benja Hall and running on a direct line to John Hall’s pasture, running northerly to an old fence and stake with stones then in a line to stones & back to the start. Witnesses Jacob Hall & Phillip King. Signed 4/19/1720.|
|154||6/30/1764||John (Hall)||John Andrews||do||47||173||copied|
|155||4/4/1765||John (Hall)||George Leonard||nort||47||427||copied|
|156||9/19/1765||John et al (Hall)||Servis Sweeting||nort||48||116||copied|
|157||10/12/1765||John (Hall)||Abraham White||taun||48||184||copied|
|158||10/12/1765||John (Hall)||William Stone||nort||48||184||copied|
|159||6/27/1768||John (Hall)||Isaac Williams||nort||51||239||copied|
|160||6/27/1768||John (Hall)||Solomon Trorv (?)||do||51||241||copied|
|161||6/30/1768||John (Hall)||Ebenezer Stetson||do||51||243||copied|
|162||11/17/1768||John excon (Hall)||Philip King||rayn||41||456|
|163||5/29/1769||John et al (Hall)||Agreement concerning furnace in Norton||nort||52||180||copied|
|164||4/24/1770||John et al (Hall)||Servis Sweeting||nort||53||22||copied|
|165||3/11/1773||John (Hall)||David Lincoln||unknown||55||177|
|166||3/11/1773||John (Hall)||Timothy Smith||nort||55||185|
|167||3/11/1773||John (Hall)||Elizabethy Briggs||mans||55||185|
|168||5/4/1774||John (Hall)||James Hodges||Taunton North Purchase||55||553|
|169||12/22/1773||John (Hall)||Joesph Andrews||unknown||55||501|
|170||12/22/1773||John (Hall)||George Makepeace||do||55||501|
|171||12/22/1773||John (Hall)||Beal Caswell||mans||55||502|
|172||5/4/1774||John (Hall)||Issac White et al||Taun||56||83|
|173||5/19/1774||John (Hall)||Nathan Dean||do||56||97|
|174||5/16/1774||John (Hall)||Brian Hall||do||56||98||Brian Hall of Norton yeoman (seller) for 2 pounds, 5 shillings paid by John Hall of Norton gentlemen transfers 2 1/2 acres of land in a trust (or tract?) of land known by the name Taunton North Purchase in Norton, Mansfield & Easton in Bristol County Common undivided land of said purchase bound on the East side from Moses Copland to Mansfield fur river (?) and by land owned by said John. And is ye 2 1/2 acres of land which Brian Halls house pitched for this day as may appear by said pitch if ye land is to be had in ye above described place and if it is not to be had these to be when me anyplace in common and undivided land where it is not pitched for to have and to hold said same. May 11, 1774, 14th year of his majestries reign King George 3rd. Witnesses: Benjamin Morey & Anna Hall|
|175||5/19/1774||John (Hall)||Samual Morey||Norton/Mansfield||56||97||Samuel Morey of Norton yeoman for 25 pounds, 6 shillings paid by John Hall of Norton land lying in district of Mansfield part of the Real Estate of Gidion Basset of said Mansfield bounded Southerly by said Hall’s land, easterly by highway and undivided land, northery by Nathaniel Dunham which Dunham purchased of said Hall, westerly by John Williams estimated to be 43 acres and 23 rods being all the land that said Morey owns in that place to Bassetts 19th day of January 1774. Witnesses: Joseph Kent & John King.|
|176||2/6/1777||John et al (Hall)||Division||Rayn/Taun||57||110|
|177||2/6/1777||John Est (Hall)||Divison||Rayn/Taun||57||110|
|178||4/10/1777||John (Hall)||John Dean et exu||mans||57||197|
|179||4/10/1777||John et ex et ali (Hall)||Division||unknown||57||200|
|180||11/4/1780||John (Hall)||Elijah Hall||unknown||60||135|
|181||5/27/1782||John (Hall)||Timothy Smith||nort||60||555|
|182||5/27/1782||John (Hall)||Isaac Williams||do||60||555|
|183||2/24/1784||John (Hall)||Anna Stenson||nort||62||231|
|184||2/12/1785||John (Hall)||Daniel Pratt||mans||63||278|
|185||2/12/1785||John (Hall)||Est Isaac Williams||nort||63||279|
|186||4/13/1785||John (Hall)||Paul Pratt||unknown||63||423|
|187||6/10/1785||John (Hall)||Ephraim White 2d||mans||64||34|
|188||6/15/1786||John (Hall)||Ephraim White||do||65||444|
|189||2/13/1787||John (Hall)||John King et ex||unknown||66||59|
|190||5/23/1789||John (Hall)||Timothy Smith Jr||nor||68||63|
|191||9/17/1790||John (Hall)||Daniel Parker||do||69||159|
|192||10/25/1792||John (Hall)||Joesph Godfrey Jr||unknown||71||258|
|193||9/13/1793||John (Hall)||Est Jacob White||unknown||72||179|
|194||9/13/1793||John (Hall)||James Dean||eat||72||180|
|195||12/6/1794||John (Hall)||Noah Hall||Rayn||73||269|
|196||5/11/1761||John jr (Hall)||John King||Norton||45||115||John King & wife Margaret of Norton sell to John Hall of Raynham land for 266 pounds, 13 shillings & 4 pence.|
|197||6/28/1764||John jr (Hall)||Nathaniel Williams||Taun||47||166||Nathanial Williams of Taunton in exchange for 10 pounds 6 shillings paid by John Hall junior of Taunton son of John Hall deceased, for or a certain parcel of land in Taunton called Neck Plain about 6 acres. Bound Eastward by a stake & heap of stones, between said 6 acres and common land, Sothward the land of Thomas Caswells, Westward & Northward by land of said John Hall. Witnesses: John Leonard, Benjamin Williams, April 5, 1707 (not filed until 1764)|
|198||12/28/1764||John jr (Hall)||John Andrews||Dighton||47||324||John Andrews & Hannah H. Andrews his wife of Norton to John Hall of Taunton land near so called pale brook (note: see map) in Taunton, 20 acres more or less by Elisha Dean (?). Dated: June 12, 1727, May 22, 1747 signed by Justice of Peace, filed June 30, 1764. Witnesses: Elisha Dean & Seth Dean|
|199||12/2/1717||John snr (Hall)||John Crossman et al||Taun||11||282|
|200||7/8/1730||Jonathon et al (Hall)||Samuel Hall||unknown||19||279|
|201||12/15/1737||Johnathon (Hall)||Jacob Jones||Rayn||25||479|
|202||3/14/1738||Johnathon (Hall)||Samuel Hall||Taun||26||138|
|203||3/14/1738||Johnathon (Hall)||Samuel Hall||Do||26||156|
|204||3/14/1738||Johnathon (Hall)||Samuel Hall||Do||27||85|
|205||6/13/1789||Johnathon (Hall)||Abiel Smith||Rayn||68||87|
|206||7/8/1790||Johnathon (Hall)||Thomas Willis et ali||East||69||41|
|207||11/30/1791||Jonathon et al (Hall)||Division||do||70||249|
|208||12/9/1791||Johnathon (Hall)||Seth Padelford||do||70||249|
|209||3/14/1738||Johnathon Jr (Hall)||Johnathan Hall senr||Rayn||27||84|
|210||3/31/1777||Johnathon Jr (Hall)||John Adam||Rayn||57||164|
|211||1/26/1786||Johnathon Jr (Hall)||Nathaniel Williams||do||65||47|
|212||7/9/1717||Joseph (Hall)||Jonathon Williams||taun||10||704|
|213||6/22/1791||Joseph (Hall)||George Macy||do||13||455|
|214||2/22/1758||Joseph (Hall)||Nicholas White||taun||43||36|
|215||2/22/1758||Joseph (Hall)||Nicholas White||do||43||37|
|216||2/22/1758||Joseph (Hall)||Daniel Reed et ex||do||43||38|
|217||2/22/1758||Joseph (Hall)||Benjamin Williams||do||43||38|
|218||2/22/1758||Joseph (Hall)||James Briggs et exec||do||43||39|
|219||3/16/1761||Joseph heirs of (Hall)||Nicholas Morey||Dighton||45||41|
|220||7/4/1765||Joseph (Hall)||Philip King jr||Rayn||47||557||copied|
|221||6/30/1764||Joseph (Hall)||John Hall||Rayn & Taun||47||176||copied|
|222||11/19/1770||Joseph et ali (Hall)||John Tisdale||Taun||53||280||Mentions wife Sarah Tisdale|
|223||1/16/1771||Joseph et ali (Hall)||Division||do||53||346||To Joseph Hall of Taunton, Nathanial Hall & Nehemiah Hall both of Raynham land of Cedar Swamp lying at Little Island of Taunton|
|224||1/16/1771||Joseph et ali (Hall)||Division||Taun & Rayn||53||347||copied|
|225||3/20/1770||Joseph et ali (Hall)||Division||Taun||53||389||copied|
|226||4/27/1773||Joseph (Hall)||Stephen Shaw et ex||Rayn||55||209|
|227||9/24/1773||Joseph et ali (Hall)||Joseph Hall||Taun||55||414||Duplicate (see record #94)|
|228||8/29/1774||Joseph est (Hall)||William Astin||Taun||56||261|
|229||2/6/1777||Joseph et ali (Hall)||Division||Ray & Taun||57||110|
|230||10/23/1784||Joseph et ali (Hall)||Division||63||125|
|231||3/26/1787||Joseph est (Hall)||William Austin||Taun||86||129|
|232||12/8/1791||Joseph et ali (Hall)||Division||Rayn & Taun||70||261|
|233||4/4/1794||Joseph (Hall)||Est Samuel Robinson||Taun||72||579|
|234||7/9/1717||Joseph Jr (Hall)||Josiah Williams||taun||10||705|
|235||8/15/1748||Joseph Jr (Hall)||Joesph Hall senr||do||35||273|
|236||10/24/1765||Joseph Jr et ex ali (bonds) (Hall)||Hannah Andrews Est||Taun||50||159||copied|
|237||9/15/1792||Joseph 2nd (Hall)||James Perry||Attle||71||220|
|238||5/15/1722||Joshua (Hall)||William Slack||N Attle||14||251|
|239||8/24/1726||Joshua (Hall)||Rebecca Sweetland||do||17||75|
|240||12/22/1726||Joshua (Hall)||Caleb Hall||do||17||150||Duplicate (see record #80)|
|241||6/14/1743||Joshua (Hall)||Michael Situs||do||31||271|
|242||6/14/1743||Joshua (Hall)||Caleb Hall||do||31||272|
|243||6/14/1743||Joshua (Hall)||Noah Bartlett||do||31||273|
|244||6/14/1743||Joshua (Hall)||Daniel Whipple||do||31||275|
|245||6/14/1743||Joshua (Hall)||Joseph Titus||Attle||31||276|
|246||3/26/1745||Joshua (Hall)||Thomas Hill||do||33||283|
|247||3/26/1745||Joshua (Hall)||Joseph Rolage (?)||do||33||285|
|248||3/26/1745||Joshua (Hall)||Noah Bartlett||do||33||286|
|249||3/26/1745||Joshua (Hall)||Thomas Carpenter||do||33||286||Duplicate (see record #248)|
|250||3/21/1745||Joshua (Hall)||Jonathon Ormsbee||do||33||287|
|251||2/21/1746||Joshua (Hall)||Stephen Sprague||do||34||181|
|252||2/21/1746||Joshua (Hall)||Samuel Bartlett||do||34||183|
|253||2/21/1746||Joshua (Hall)||Daniel Peck||do||34||183|
|254||2/21/1746||Joshua (Hall)||Hannah Seadoyt et ali||do||34||184|
|255||2/21/1746||Joshua (Hall)||Jonathon Ormsby||do||34||185|
|256||6/14/1779||Josias (Hall)||William Wilbore||Taun||59||271|
|257||12/21/1781||Josias (Hall)||Arhollos Leonard||do||60||405|
|258||1/22/1793||Josias et al (Hall)||Increase Robinson||Taun||71||378|
|259||4/11/1794||Josias (Hall)||Joseph Hall||Taun||72||581|
|260||4/11/1794||Josias (Hall)||Increase Robinson||do||72||581|
|261||7/1/1794||Josias (Hall)||Job Godfrey||Taun||73||64|
|262||7/8/1790||Linus (Hall)||Thomas Willis et ali||East||69||42|
|263||11/30/1791||Linus et al (Hall)||Division||do||70||249|
|264||4/28/1795||Linus (Hall)||Edmund Lathrop et al||East||73||555|
|265||9/14/1791||Luke (Hall)||William Hall||Free||70||115|
|266||8/23/1707||Lydia et ali (Hall)||Katherine Dean||Taunton Purchase||5||222|
|267||9/26/1786||Macey (Hall)||Stephen Shaw||Rayn||42||94|
|268||8/25/1762||Macey (Hall)||Samuel Shaw||Rayn||46||49|
|269||2/6/1777||Macey et ali (Hall)||Division||Rayn & Taun||57||110|
|270||4/15/1748||Mary (Hall)||Nicholas White||Taunt||35||178|
|271||1/12/1763||Mary et ali (Hall)||Sarah Hall||Norton||46||194||Sarah Hall of Raynham, widow, for love and affection that I have for my two daughters Mary Hall and Sarah Hall both of Raynham, single women and spinsters, 100 acres of land in Taunton North Purchase, several grants made in Taunton by my honorable father Thomas Williams late of Taunton land in Taunton North Purchase, Norton or Easton. October 25, 1749. Witnesses: James Wilham & Rebarah (?) Williams.|
|272||10/21/1760||Mary ex Joesph jr at ali (Hall)||(bond) Hannah Andrews||East||50||159|
|273||3/20/1779||Mary (Hall)||Nicholas Morey||Taunton||59||190|
|274||3/20/1779||Mason (Hall)||Jonathon Hall||Rayn||44||174|
|275||3/20/1779||Mason (Hall)||Phinehas Crossman||do||44||194|
|276||3/20/1779||Mason (Hall)||Gabriel Cossman||do||44||195|
|277||3/20/1779||Mason (Hall)||Abraham Gashett||do||44||168|
|278||6/11/1772||Mason (Hall)||Abraham Guschee||Rayn||54||420||copied|
|279||6/11/1772||Mason (Hall)||Gabriel Cossman||do||54||421||copied|
|280||2/19/1746||Mehitable et ali (Hall)||Mary Hall||unknown||34||166||Duplicate (see record #5)|
|281||4/15/1748||Mehitable et ali (Hall)||Mary Hall||Taun||35||179||Duplicate (see record #6)|
|282||2/6/1777||Nathan et al (Hall)||Division||Norton, Rayn, Taunton||57||110|
|283||12/5/1758||Nathaniel (Hall)||Joseph Dean||Rayn||43||258|
|284||1/16/1771||Nathanial et ali (Hall)||Division||Taun||53||346|
|285||1/16/1771||Nathanial et ali (Hall)||Division||Taun & Rayn||53||347|
|286||3/19/1771||Nathanial jr (Hall)||Nathanial Hall snr||Rayn||53||424||copied|
|287||9/24/1773||Nathanial jr et ali (Hall)||Nathanial Hall snr||Taun||55||446|
|288||6/16/1785||Nathanial jr et ali (Hall)||Tobe Gillmore||Rayn||64||106|
|289||5/30/1787||Nathanial jr (Hall)||Job King||Rayn||66||191|
|290||3/20/1794||Nathanial jr (Hall)||Nathan Babbitt||East||72||427|
|291||3/20/1794||Nathanial jr (Hall)||Stephen Hall Jr||Rayn||72||428|
|292||1/16/1771||Nehemiah et ali (Hall)||Division||Taun||53||346|
|293||1/16/1771||Nehemiah et ali (Hall)||Division||Taun & Rayn||53||347|
|294||6/30/1764||Noah (Hall)||John Hall||Rayn||47||177||copied|
|295||7/9/1770||Noah (Hall)||Ratcliffe Hellon (?)||Swans||53||142||copied|
|296||9/10/1770||Noah (Hall)||Ratcliffe Hellon (?)||do||53||195||copied|
|297||9/11/1770||Noah (Hall)||Daniel Leonard||do||53||225||copied|
|298||4/27/1773||Noah (Hall)||Stephen Shaw et ex||Rayn||55||208|
|299||5/17/1773||Noah (Hall)||Philip King jr||do||55||225|
|300||2/1/1774||Noah (Hall)||Philip King||unknown||55||510|
|301||2/24/1779||Noah (Hall)||Elijah Baker et al||Rayn||59||147|
|302||8/24/1781||Noah (Hall)||Commonwealth of MA||Taun||60||306|
|303||8/24/1781||Noah et ali (Hall)||Commonwealth of MA||do||60||307|
|304||8/24/1781||Noah et ali (Hall)||Commonwealth of MA||do||60||308|
|305||6/14/1784||Noah (Hall)||Joseph Martin||Taun||62||490|
|306||7/6/1784||Noah et ali (Hall)||John Phillips||do||62||500|
|307||10/14/1784||Noah (Hall)||Benjamin Hall et ex||Rayn||63||104|
|308||5/2/1785||Noah (Hall)||Seth Dean||Do||63||470|
|309||4/9/1785||Noah (Hall)||Benjamin Hall et ex||do||63||471|
|310||5/10/1785||Noah (Hall)||Solomon Wetherall||Taun||63||495|
|311||6/13/1785||Noah (Hall)||Seth Williams||Taun||64||39|
|312||1/26/1786||Noah (Hall)||Nathaniel Williams||Rayn||65||99|
|313||1/7/1788||Noah (Hall)||Joshua Lincoln||unknown||66||468|
|314||6/4/1788||Noah (Hall)||Samuel Williams et ali||Taun||67||121|
|315||1/25/1790||Noah et ali (Hall)||Division||Taun||68||349|
|316||8/24/1794||Noah (Hall)||James Williams||Taun||73||196|
|317||3/16/1778||Patience et al (Hall)||Atherton Knap||Rayn||58||168|
|318||10/6/1778||Patience et al (Hall)||John White||do||58||338|
|319||3/19/1779||Patience et al (Hall)||John Harvard et ali||Rayn||59||176|
|320||8/14/1782||Patience et al (Hall)||Libeus Shelly et ali||Rayn||61||74|
|321||6/21/1784||Patience et al (Hall)||Nathaniel Leonard||do||62||503|
|322||4/17/1795||Patience (Hall)||Philip Ellis et ex||Rayn||73||478|
|323||11/12/1795||Patience (Hall)||Mason Hall||Error||73||479|
|324||10/4/1792||Perez (Hall)||Achollos Leonard||Taun||60||404|
|325||10/4/1792||Perez (Hall)||Joseph Hall||Taun||71||232|
|326||5/19/1783||Phebe by Trus (Hall)||Benjamin Hall||Rayn||61||463|
|327||4/9/1785||Phebe by Trus (Hall)||Benjamin Hall||do||63||472|
|328||8/5/1754||Philip (Hall)||Seth Leonard et ex||Rayn||41||188|
|329||6/25/1788||Philip (Hall)||Ichabod Bryant||Norton & East||67||147|
|330||1/27/1791||Philip (Hall)||Ichabod Bryant||East||69||259|
|331||5/21/1715||Preserved et al (Hall)||Samuel Hall et ali||Reb & Attle||9||279||Duplicate (see record #140)|
|332||11/30/1795||Prudence (Hall)||Amariah Hall||unknown||62||107||Duplicate (see record #23)|
|333||2/21/1794||Reuben et al (Hall)||Seth Konah||Taun||72||376|
|334||3/1/1794||Reuben et al (Hall)||Paul Pratt||do||72||383|
|335||10/20/1794||Reuben et al (Hall)||Abijah Pratt||taun||73||213|
|336||7/2/1755||Samuel (or Hull) (Hall)||Philip Taber||dart||41||377|
|337||8/6/1784||Samuel (Hall)||John Williams||taun||62||528|
|338||3/5/1696||Samuel jr (Hall)||John Hall sr et ali||taun||2||97|
|339||4/8/1718||Samuel snr (Hall)||Benjamin Leonard||taun||12||8|
|340||10/7/1757||Samuel snr (Hall)||Abel Burt||do||42||438|
|341||1/30/1760||Samuel snr (Hall)||Hezekiah Hoar et ali||taun||44||93|
|342||1/12/1763||Sarah et al (Hall)||Sarah Hall||nort or east||46||194||Duplicate (see record #271)|
|343||8/29/1774||Sarah as Exec (Hall)||William Asten||taun||56||261|
|344||2/8/1776||Sarah (Hall)||David Dean||do||56||441|
|345||3/16/1778||Sarah et al (Hall)||Atherton Knap||rayn||58||168|
|346||10/6/1778||Sarah et al (Hall)||John White||rayn||58||338|
|347||3/19/1779||Sarah et al (Hall)||John Harvard et ali||rayn||59||176|
|348||8/14/1782||Sarah et al (Hall)||Libeus Shelly et ali||rayn||61||74|
|349||3/26/1787||Sarah as Exec (Hall)||William Austin||taun||66||129|
|350||1/7/1772||Seth (Hall)||Jonathon Hall||rayn||54||230|
|351||1/7/1772||Seth (Hall)||Mason Shaw||do||54||230|
|352||1/7/1772||Seth (Hall)||Joseph Shaw||do||54||231|
|353||1/7/1772||Seth (Hall)||Gideon Shaw||do||54||232|
|354||6/23/1783||Seth (Hall)||Hezekiah Hall||rayn||61||511|
|355||3/30/1795||Seth (Hall)||Nathanial Leonard||rayn||73||450|
|356||3/30/1795||Seth (Hall)||Linus Hall||do||73||451|
|357||3/30/1795||Seth (Hall)||Celina Gardner||do||73||451|
|358||9/11/1783||Silas et al (Hall)||John Hall 3d||unknown||62||61|
|359||3/19/1771||Stephen (Hall)||Nathanial Hall||rayn||53||423||copied|
|360||9/24/1773||Stephen et ali (Hall)||Nathanial Hall snr||Taun||55||446||Duplicate (see record #287)|
|361||1/31/1786||Stephen (Hall)||Nathanial Hall||Rayn & East||65||172|
|362||1/31/1786||Stephen jr (Hall)||Commonwealth of MA||Rayn||65||172|
|363||1/31/1786||Stephen 2d (Hall)||John Read||unknown||65||173|
|364||3/2/1723||William (Hall)||John Palmer||Little Campton||15||297|
|365||3/20/1725||William (Hall)||Erasmus Babbit et ali||Dighton||16||135|
|366||3/20/1725||William (Hall)||Caleb Church et exc||Little Campton||16||136|
|367||3/17/1730||William (Hall)||Thomas Jackson et ex||do||19||360|
|368||3/17/1730||William (Hall)||William Wilbur||do||19||361|
|369||3/17/1730||William (Hall)||Joseph Woodworth||do||19||362|
|370||3/2/1731||William (Hall)||Gideon Southworth||do||21||120|
|371||11/7/1734||William (Hall)||Nathanial Man et ex||Dighton||25||439|
|372||3/10/1742||William (Hall)||Est Samuel Coe||Little Campton||30||389|
|373||8/2/1742||William (Hall)||Robert Tripp||dart||31||66|
|374||5/9/1748||William et ali (Hall)||John Davis||Free||36||193|
|375||4/19/1769||William (Hall)||Benjamin Durfee||do||52||99||copied|
|376||7/6/1774||William et ali (Hall)||James Hall snr||Rayn||56||158||Duplicate (see record #135)|
|377||1/24/1787||William (Hall)||Jasiel Smith||Taun||66||38|
|378||10/23/1788||William (Hall)||John King by Guar||Rayn||67||286|
|379||2/8/1794||William et ali (Hall)||Robert Treat Paine||do||72||357|
|380||1/22/1793||Zilpha et al (Hall)||Increase Robinson||Taun||71||378|
|Record||Date of Reception||Grantees||Grantors||City||Book||Page||Comments|
|381||11/20/1772||Jasiel Smith||Abiah ex Brian (Hall)||Rayn||55||32|
|382||1/1/1779||Mesrhech Wilbore Jr||Abiah ex Noah (Hall)||Rayn||59||81|
|383||11/26/1783||Samuel Hunt||Abaih as Exr (Hall)||Nort||62||133|
|384||2/14/1784||Elkanah Lincoln||Abaih as Exr (Hall)||do||62||243|
|385||6/10/1784||Samuel Hunt||Abaih as Exr (Hall)||do||62||457|
|386||7/23/1785||David Arnold||Abaih as Exr (Hall)||do||64||165|
|387||12/20/1785||Thomas Branan||Abaih as Exr (Hall)||Taun||64||420|
|388||6/23/1788||Job Randall et ali||Abaih as Exr (Hall)||Easton||67||146|
|389||10/25/1792||Nathan Perry||Abaih as Exr (Hall)||Unknown||71||259|
|390||3/2/1793||Nathanial Field||Abaih as Exr (Hall)||do||71||416|
|391||10/25/1792||John Read||Abiathar et ex (Hall)||Taun||71||271|
|392||9/30/1743||Oliver Pratt||Abiel (Hall)||do||32||115|
|393||3/21/1771||Division||Abigail ex Anos et ali (Hall)||Unknown||53||435|
|394||12/13/1750||Joshua Howard||Abijah (Hall)||Taun||37||470|
|395||4/25/1753||Isaac Hall||Abijah (Hall)||Easton & Norton||39||366||Duplicate (see record #112)|
|396||9/15/1748||Samuel Leonard||Amariah (Hall)||Rayn||35||295|
|397||3/3/1749||Seth Staple||Amariah (Hall)||Taun||35||566|
|398||8/15/1757||Hannah Shane||Amariah (Hall)||Rayn||42||390|
|399||5/4/1764||Nathan Jones Jr||Amariah (Hall)||do||47||121||copied|
|400||8/27/1765||Samuel White jr||Amariah (Hall)||do||48||49||copied|
|401||10/29/1765||Israel Washburn||Amariah (Hall)||Rayn||49||89||copied|
|402||3/21/1770||Perez Fobes||Amariah (Hall)||do||52||44||copied|
|403||11/20/1769||Abraham Gushee||Amariah (Hall)||do||52||428||copied|
|404||1/31/1770||Israel Washburn||Amariah (Hall)||do||52||472||copied|
|405||7/8/1771||Nathan Jones Jr||Amariah (Hall)||Rayn||54||15||copied|
|406||4/13/1773||Amos Hall||Amariah (Hall)||do||55||188||Duplicate (see record #34)|
|407||4/1/1776||Nathaniel Shaw||Amariah (Hall)||Rayn||56||470|
|408||2/29/1780||Timothy Jones jr||Amariah (Hall)||do||59||508|
|409||11/30/1793||Prudence Hall||Amariah 2 (Hall)||Unknown||62||107||Duplicate (see record #23)|
|410||3/21/1771||Division||Amos et ex et ali (Hall)||Unknown||53||435|
|411||10/19/1771||Abraham White||Amos et al (Hall)||Taun||54||168|
|412||8/30/1775||Nathaniel Snow||Amos (Hall)||Rayn||56||390|
|413||2/18/1789||Joseph Shelly||Amos (Hall)||do||67||431|
|414||3/29/1793||George Andrews||Amos (Hall)||Rayn||71||485|
|415||4/1/1793||Isaac Hall||Amos (Hall)||Taun & Norton||71||488||Duplicate (see record #116)|
|416||5/21/1715||John Hall et ali||Andrew et ali (Hall)||Reho & Attle||9||279||Duplicate (see record #140)|
|417||9/15/1792||Jonathon Dean 2nd||Apollos as Admr (Hall)||Rayn||71||223|
|418||1/14/1795||Jonathon Dean 2nd||Apollos as Admr (Hall)||do||73||389|
|419||2/14/1795||Jonathon Dean 2nd||Apollos (Hall)||do||73||390|
|420||2/14/1795||Jonathon Dean||Apollos et ali (Hall)||do||73||392|
|421||5/21/1715||John Hall et ali||Benjamin et ali (Hall)||Reho & Attle||9||279||Duplicate (see record #140)|
|422||1/8/1717||Agreement||Benjamin et ali (Hall)||Taun||10||312|
|423||1/13/1726||John Hall||Benjamin et ali (Hall)||Taun||16||310||Duplicate (see record #144)|
|424||1/10/1726||John Andrews||Benjamin (Hall)||Taun||17||167|
|425||4/24/1742||Benjamin Cole||Benjamin (Hall)||Swan||31||4|
|426||4/18/1748||Samuel Shaw||Benjamin (Hall)||Rayn||34||541|
|427||4/27/1749||Samuel Shaw||Benjamin (Hall)||Rayn||36||492|
|428||3/10/1752||John Thurber||Benjamin (Hall)||Swan & Warren||38||314|
|429||3/22/1756||Samuel Shaw||Benjamin (Hall)||Rayn||41||541|
|430||2/22/1757||George Wheaton||Benjamin (Hall)||Nort||42||213|
|431||7/4/1765||Nathanial Williams||Benjamin (Hall)||Rayn||47||557||Duplicate (see record #220)|
|432||10/29/1765||Job White||Benjamin (Hall)||Taun||49||102||copied|
|433||10/31/1765||David Rearden||Benjamin (Hall)||Nort||49||299||copied|
|434||6/21/1766||Nathanial Williams||Benjamin (Hall)||Rayn||50||9||copied|
|435||2/16/1768||Nathanial Williams||Benjamin (Hall)||Rayn||51||82||copied|
|436||12/16/1769||Seth Dean||Benjamin (Hall)||Rayn||52||436||copied|
|437||2/6/1777||Division||Benjamin et ali (Hall)||Nort & Rayn & Taun||57||110|
|438||10/20/1778||Thomas Dean||Benjamin et ex (Hall)||Bristol & Plymouth Counties||59||16|
|439||5/19/1783||Phebe Hall by Trustee||Benjamin (Hall)||Rayn||61||463||Duplicate (see record #326)|
|440||10/14/1784||Noah Hall||Benjamin (Hall)||Rayn||63||104||Duplicate (see record #307)|
|441||4/9/1785||Noah Hall||Benjamin et ex (Hall)||do||63||471||Duplicate (see record #309)|
|442||4/9/1785||Phebe Hall||Benjamin by Trus (Hall)||do||63||472||Duplicate (see record #327)|
|443||5/25/1785||Apollos Hall||Benjamin (Hall)||do||64||8||Duplicate (see record #36)|
|444||11/20/1790||Apollos Hall||Benjamin (Hall)||Rayn||69||215||Duplicate (see record #37)|
|445||11/20/1790||Apollos Hall||Benjamin et ex (Hall)||do||69||215||Duplicate (see record #37)|
|446||9/15/1792||Leave to sell Real Est||Benjamin (Hall)||Unknown||71||223|
|447||9/15/1792||Jonathon Dean 2nd||Benjamin est (Hall)||Rayn||71||223|
|448||2/14/1795||Jonathon Dean 2nd||Benjamin est (Hall)||do||73||389|
|449||2/14/1795||Jonathon Dean||Benjamin (Hall)||do||73||391|
|450||2/14/1795||Jonathon Dean||Benjamin et ali (Hall)||do||73||392|
|451||1/6/1759||Benjamin Hall jr||Benjamin sen (Hall)||do||43||276||Duplicate (see record #50)|
|452||12/11/1760||Richard Williams||Benjamin 2nd (Hall)||Rayn||44||472|
|453||11/23/1757||John Gilmore||Brian (Hall)||do||42||507|
|454||12/9/1757||Alice Leonard||Brian (Hall)||Easton||42||534|
|455||4/12/1758||Abijah Wilbore||Brian (Hall)||Rayn||43||117|
|456||10/10/1759||Elijah Leonard||Brian (Hall)||Nort||43||546|
|457||10/14/1761||Stephen Pond||Brian (Hall)||Unknown||45||294|
|458||12/12/1764||Division||Brian et al (Hall)||easton||47||312||Duplicate (see record #57)|