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Text:".... Given in Newent in Norwich, this 6 day of June A. D. 1749per Daniel Kirtland. Pastor. Cmi.nRKN OF JOHN AND JKMIM.\ HALL. Silas. lx)rn May 19, 1750. Asa, horn Mar. 20, .1752. I.lias, lx)rn Oct. 2, 1754..."
Date:Between 1723 and 1904
Publication place:Fremont, Ohio, USA
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Text:"...264 JOHN VINE HALL. The mortal remains of Mr. J. Y. Hall were interred in Abney Park cemetery, on September 26, 1860. His true monument, The Sinners Friend, is in every land. His tombstone..."
Date:Between 1774 and 1860
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...JOHNHALL, n.J). 21 held by these households of Preshyteriiinisin. If Dr. Hall had done nothing more than simply shape and stam pour denominational policy with his own broad, catholic, heavenly..."
Date:Between 1806 and 1894
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Text:"...264 JOHN VINE HALL. The mortal remains of Mr. J. V. Hall were interred in Abncy Park cemetery, on September 26, 18G0. His true monument, The Sinners Friend, is in every land. His tombstone..."
Date:Between 1774 and 1860
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... the record of this land he would have discovered that this Holten lot, instead of lot No. 77, was John Halls home lot on which his dwelling house standeth. His statement that JohnHall was a surveyor..."
Date:1902
Place:Connecticut, USA
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Text:"... with the title of Familiar Letters. It was natural, therefore, that Dr. Alexander, who was at the time a professor in Princeton College, should recommend to this church the name of his friend, Mr. JohnHall..."
Date:Between 1806 and 1894
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Text:"... and the meadows on Mill river, JohnHall drew a lot on the bank side by the West Creek, would be in point if married men only could hold land, but this was not the case. If he had been married iu 1643, his name..."
Date:1902
Place:Connecticut, USA
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Text:"... the record of this laud he would have discovered that this Holten lot, instead of lot No. 77, was John Halls home lot on which his dwelling house standeth. His statement that JohnHall was a surveyor..."
Date:1902
Place:Connecticut, USA
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Text:"... settlers of Hartford. By saying this, Mr. Hall practically admits what we have herein before claimed, that JohnHall of Middletown did not actually remove from Roxbury early enough to be considered..."
Date:1902
Place:Connecticut, USA
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Text:"... for the claim that he was one of the original settleiS of Hartford. By saying this, Mr. Hall practically admits what we have herein before claimed, that JohnHall of Middletown did uot actually remove from..."
Date:1902
Place:Connecticut, USA
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Text:"... river, JohnHall drew a lot on the bank side by the West Creek, would be in point if married men only could hold land, but this was not the case. If he had been married in 16 43, his name with the number..."
Date:1902
Place:Connecticut, USA
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Text:"..., to Daniel Hall, Jr., land that comes to us on the right of our honored grandfather, Mr, JohnHall the first of Wallingford on the right of our honored father Henry Cook, late of Wallingford, decsd., dated..."
Date:1902
Place:Connecticut, USA
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Text:"... may have of the Hall family, or rather descendants of Capt. JohnHall, for it is only of his posterity that I claim to have any knowledge whatever, he being my grandfather and having lost his life..."
Date:Between 1723 and 1904
Publication place:Fremont, Ohio, USA
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Text:"..., to Daniel Hall, Jr., land that comes to us on the right of our honored grandfather, Mr. JohnHall the first of Wallingford on the right of our honored father Henry Cook, late of Wallingford, decsd., dated..."
Date:1902
Place:Connecticut, USA
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Text:"... find that JohnHall of Miklletowu was Mr. JohnHall of Roxbury, Massachusetts in 1638, with no affix, but when he reached Hartford in the same year he was John Senior. He must have had some reason..."
Date:1902
Place:Connecticut, USA
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Text:"... find that JohnHall of Middletown was MrJohnHall of Roxbury, Massachusetts in 1638, with no affix but when he reached Hartford in the same year he was John Senior. He must have had some reason for thus..."
Date:1902
Place:Connecticut, USA
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Text:"... that it would not be in his power to comply, it was prosecuted no further. A new election on the last day of May resulted in the choice of Mr. JohnHall, of Philadelphia, who immediately took charge..."
Date:1859
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Text:"...SHEPARD- HALL LINEAGE. 1. JohnHall and Jane Wollen. 2. Mary Hall and Henry Cook. 3. Henry Cook and Mary Frost. 4. Pkebe Cook and Zerubbabel Jerome. 5. Mary Jerome and Joseph Spencer. 6. Mamre..."
Date:1902
Place:Connecticut, USA
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Text:"...Captain JohnHall and Descendants. CAPTAIN JOHN HAI^I^ AND JEMIMA (kINNEY) HAI^L. Among the patriots of the Revolution none are more worthy of our admiration and respect than Capt. JohnHall, and his..."
Date:Between 1723 and 1904
Publication place:Fremont, Ohio, USA
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Text:"... part of the inhabitants of which were sea- faring men, where he probably became a vessel owner. The probable inference from these facts, is that JohnHall was in trade, perhaps with the Indians for furs..."
Date:1902
Place:Connecticut, USA