Note: [Weddington Nov 2002.FTW]
Squire Hall and his wife Nancy Adams were cousins. His "nickname" was Devil Private Squire Hall enlisted in the 39th Kentucky Infantry on the 6th day of Sept., 1862, at Louisa, Ky.. His occupation was a mason. He enlisted for a period of 3 years and was mustered into the services in Nov. 1863, although he was actively serving before .He served as a spy for the "union" army. His enlistment document states "This soldier has blue eyes, dark hair, dark complexion, is five feet ten inches high." Having been born and raised in Southwestern Va., Squire was one of the men who served on detached duty as a scout for the 39th. These scouts provided valuable intelligence of rebel activity through the Pound Gap area. Remarks: Was on detached service as secret police by orders of Generals White and Burbridge, and has had no opportunity for muster. He was discharged 9-15-1865 at Louisville, Ky..
Squire was murdered in Pike County by Elizabeth Sword , she was defending herself, in either late 1868 or early 1869.
Information courtesy of Old Floyd County Families, Summer 1996 edition, written by Cornelius Carroll, 3 Clark Branch, Harold, Ky. 41635-9601
Source of information: Brian E. Hall
Name: Squire Hall Side: Union Regiment State/Origin: Kentucky Regiment Name: 39 Kentucky Infantry Regiment Name Expanded: 39th Regiment, Kentucky Infantry Company: B Rank In: Private Rank In Expanded: Private Rank Out: Private Rank Out Expanded: Private Film Number: M386 roll 11
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