1771 - 1846 (75 years)
||William Hall [1, 2] |
||6 Mar 1771
||Botetourt County, Virginia [1, 2]
||12 Mar 1846
||Greene County, Tennessee [1, 2]
- July 1846 nuncupative will of William Sr. dec. was made by him on the 13th day of February 1846 in our presence to which David F. Hall were specially called on by the Testator himself to bow writing in the presence of Henry Hall he names David F. Hall as his executor or specially called on said David F. Hall to take charge of all his papers and things and to collect and hand over to the rest of the children - that it was made in his last sickness and in his own dwelling house and the same is as follows to wit. It was his will and desire that his effects should be divided of after his death in the following manner. their should be a grave yard pailed in. mony except Dr. Brabsons bill and that was to be pade by crediting a judgement that he had obtained against said Bra. in the absence of Henry Hall but in the preasance of Jefferson Rango, David F. Hall my again called on by the testator himself specially to bear witness. owing him for he thought that these were non of them owed him as much as would be a coming them when his effects were all divided out. off there to her to include the black girl called Amy the cook that would be made their the present year and a enuff beside to be sufficient for a reasonable com - - - for the child that she might choose to live with her and her dowery at her death their to belong to such child as she might make choice of to live with her. mony that he had give to his boys was to be theirs free of charge, that he wanted no account taken of that and all that he had given to any of his children he wanted all to be theirs and no account taken of anything that he had give away of his children. And he desired no fussing over any of his effects. the amount of such sale or sales be equily devided amongst his children and that Nathaniel's children get his perportoinable part, and if the children could make a satisfactory devision amongst themselves with the blacks for them to do so. Though the black man called Will become from any cause disabled to labour he want said Will to have support off of th eplace and to choose his own - - -.children they fit best.
and with little punctuation, has been modified by the addition of paragraph breaks and some additional punctuation for clarity and ease of reading. The origional words and their spelling have been left to the best of our ability to transcribe them. George E. Hall, Dec. 1996.
||Strong Family Tree
||17 Aug 2014 |
||Nathaniel Hall, b. 13 Mar 1749, Albemarle County, Virginia , d. 16 Oct 1833, Halls Farm, Sullivan County, Tennessee (Age 84 years) |
||Elizabeth ???, b. Bef 1751, d. Yes, date unknown |
||Virginia [1, 3]
- Most online trees show him as married to Elizabeth Thankful Doak. They also show their sons as born in 1769, 1771 and 1776. However, according to the email below, Elizabeth Thankful Doak's first husband did not die until 1793. This would seemingly rule out the wife of Nathaniel Hall as being Elizabeth Doak.
Proposed Change: Elizabeth Thankful Doak (I2276)
Description: From Chaulkley's WB 8, Page 66.--2d August, 1793. James Meteer's will - To wife, Elizabeth; to 3 sons, William, James, Samuel. Executors, wife Elizabeth and son William, Teste: Samuel McCutchen, David Doak, James Mitchell, John Wake, Samuel Doak. Proved, September Court, 1793, by the Doaks and James Mitchell, Jr. Executors qualify Ergot, It must have been another Elizabeth that md Nathaniel Hall.
||Group Sheet, Family chart
||Mary "Polly" Farnsworth, b. Abt 1777, Shenendoah Valley, Loudon County, Tennessee , d. Aft 1860 (Age ~ 84 years) |
||10 Dec 1797
||Washington County, Tennessee [1, 2]
- Gordon Foote, another Hall researcher, shows William and Mary as the parents of an additional son, James Hall, Sr. born 25 Dec 1795 in Washington County, Tennessee. Note that this date of birth is before the marriage of his purported parents. Mr. Foote also shows a son, William Hall, Jr. born ca 1810 in Limestone, Greene County, Tennessee, who is again not listed by others. It is also noteworthy that Mr. Foote does not list either Martha Hall or Sanford Hall as children of William and Mary, although many others researching this family do.
| ||1. Henry Doak Hall, b. Abt 1798, Halls Ford, Washington County, Tennessee , d. Abt 1870, Washington County, Tennessee (Age ~ 72 years)|
| ||2. Nathaniel Hall, b. Abt 1799, Halls Ford, Washington County, Tennessee , d. Bef 1846, Tennessee (Age ~ 46 years)|
| ||3. Alexander Endimyon Hall, b. 6 Oct 1801, Washington County, Tennessee , d. 9 Apr 1884, Kilwinning, Scotland County, Missouri (Age 82 years)|
| ||4. Elizabeth Hall, b. Abt 1803, Greene County, Tennessee , d. Abt 1850 (Age ~ 47 years)|
| ||5. Margaret Hall, b. 16 Feb 1806, Limestone, Greene County, Tennessee , d. 6 Jun 1860, Greene County, Tennessee (Age 54 years)|
| ||6. David Farnsworth Hall, b. 3 Mar 1808, Falls Branch, Washington County, Tennessee , d. 6 Jul 1872, Falls Branch, Washington County, Tennessee (Age 64 years)|
| ||7. Alexander M. Hall, b. Abt 1816, Limestone, Greene County, Tennessee , d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||8. Martha Hall, b. Abt 1818, Halls Ford, Washington County, Tennessee , d. Yes, date unknown|
||3 Jul 2009 |
||Group Sheet, Family chart
- [S120] Hall, George E. (Dec 1996) (Presumed submitter) Ancestry.com--World Tree Search Results (Descendants of William Hall b 1706, North Ireland).
- [S122] Hall, Steve Martin--Family Researcher (505 South 900 St, Salt Lake City, UT 84104).
- [S310] RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project: g 1694b Ver. Sat Aug 25 10:51:33 2001 ; http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:ag1694b.