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  1. Joseph Hall: Birth: 3 Jul 1642.

  2. Benjamin Hall: Birth: 14 Jul 1644.

  3. Nathaniel Hall: Birth: 8 Feb 1645.

  4. John Hall: Birth: 21 Jul 1645.

  5. Elizabeth Hall: Birth: 4 Sep 1647.

  6. Elizabeth Hall: Birth: 21 Nov 1648.

  7. WILLIAM Hall: Birth: 5 Jun 1651 in Yarmouth, Barnstable Co., MA. Death: 11 Jun 1727 in Mansfield, Tolland Co.,CT

  8. Gershom Hall: Birth: 5 Mar 1653.

  9. Benjamin Hall: Birth: 29 Mar 1653.

  10. Ralph Hall: Birth: 1655.

  11. Joseph Hall: Birth: 1656.

  12. Hall: Birth: 1658.

  13. Person Not Viewable


Notes
a. Note:   NOTE: possible parents: John Hall 1564 and Margaret Germe 1589 NOTE: possible marriages by various researchers Bethia Learned Elizabeth Layton Elizabeth Learned Bethia Farmer
  NOTE: several children with same birth year by various researchers
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  http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=bob_fitzgerald&id=I26472 Rootsweb.com WorldConnect, Robert, bobfitz2005@yahoo.com Alt. Christening 9 Feb 1613 Holy Trinity, Coventry, Warwickshire, England Event: Alt. Christening Alt. Christening 9 Feb 1613 Holy Trinity Chruch, Coventry, Harwick, England Emigration: 1630 England Note: Passinger Winthrops Fleet Event: No Name 1632 Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts Note: Original Member Charlestown Church Residence: 30 May 1638 Newport, Newport Co., Rhode Island 3 Will: 15 Jul 1694 Barnstable, Barnstable Co., Massachusetts Will: 23 Jul 1696 Probate: 29 Aug 1696 Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire Probate: 23 Jul 1696 Of Greenland, Rockingham, New Hampshire Event: Alt. Death Alt. Death 25 Jul 1696 Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts
  Ibid. Moved from Coventry, Warwickshire, England to Charlestown, Massachusetts in 1630. Later moved to Barnstable/Yarmouth, Massachusetts. Provided by: Hal W. Jennings "John Hall, of Barnstable and Yarmouth, made his will July 15, 1694, which was probated Aug. 29, 1696. It names his eight living children. He is thought to have been in Charlestown 1630, and to have come from Coventry, in the fleet with Gov. Winthrop, being No. 19 on the list of members of the Boston Church, and one of the founders, with his wife Bethia, of the church in Charlestown, 1632. He was made freeman, May 14, 1634. ..." Foster Record, p. 74 See also Barnstable Families, p. 450-451 of St. Mary Whitechapel parish, London England. It is believed that all the Halls who arrived in New England between 1630 and 1643 were at least close cousins. First generations of Hall's can be found in Cambridge, Middletown, Plymouth, Barnstable, Dover, Fairfield, Newport, Boston, Yarmouth, and Medford to name a few. John Hall came to Yarmouth about the year 1637, having previously lived some ten years in Barnstable. Family tradition is that he came from Wales. He settled near Nobscusset Pond, north of the meeting house. He also owned land near Coy's Pond, and rights of commonage. He was Constable of the town of Barnstable, Surveyor of Highways and a member of the Grand Inquest ofd the town of Yarmouth. He was distinguished for his high moral worth and integrity of character. He died in 1696, at a very advanced age. He had nine sons, viz: Samuel, John, Joseph, William, Benjamin, Elisha, Nathaniel, Gershom and one other. His descendants are numerous and of high character, both in his community and throughout the country. There were several John Halls in New England who were contemporaries, which circumstance has proved a source of much confusion to writers of genealogy.


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