Note for: Henry HALL, ABT 1774 - 24 DEC 1846 Index
Place: Campbell CemeteryIndividual Note:
Recent DNA evidence shows that descendents of Juniper match Reuben's descendents on all 37 markers exactly, and is only one marker off on Henry. This indicates a strong likelihood that Juniper, Henry and Reuben were close relatives, probably brothers, based on dates of birth.
According to Hall family lore, Henry was born "near Hagerstown, Maryland, around 1774." I have yet to find a record linking Henry to Maryland, although there were several Hall families who owned property in the Hagerstown area. Lucy Dodd, who did much research on the Halls, had access to two of Henry's daughters, who lived into their nineties; yet, she produced no reference to Henry's parents. This tells us that he either didn't know his parentage or would not talk about it.
The earliest reference of Henry is a personal property tax record for 1793. In it, he is living with a George Shively, who was an overseer on one of the Lee farms in Cameron Parish, Loudoun County, VA. The Shively family was known to take in orphans, so Henry may have been one, too. By 1795, Henry is listed alone on the same tax roll. Thomas Harper is also listed on these tax rolls and Henry's 1800 marriage to Thomas' daughter took place in Loudoun County, also.
Henry probably followed Thomas to Pittsylvania County, VA around 1801, when Thomas Harper purchases over 1,000 acres of land in one year. In 1805, Henry purchased 420 acres from Howson Clark and, in the next month, another 50 acres from his father-in-law. In 1806, Henry sold 219 acres to Reuben Hall, who probably was a brother to Henry. This could indicate the "splitting" of an estate or something similar.
According to the book, Early Settlers of Sangamon County, and Lucy Dodd Miller's notes, Henry Hall lived in Pittsylvania Co, VA with his wife till 1816. Children Nancy, Aaron, Thomas, Washington and Thompson were all born there. The family moved to Martin Co, IN (near Loogootee) in 1816 and Sally Ann, Henry Jr. and Emily were born in Indiana. The Henry Halls arrived in Loami Twp. in October, 1828 and settled about 200 yds. East and 100 North of the old South Fork Church location, near the South Fork branch of Lick Creek, in what is now Section 26 (W2SW) of Loami Twp. The oldest son, Aaron, settled 1/4 mile north and Washington (called "Wash") settled west of the old church.
According to Film Number: 183525, Page Number: 722, Reference Number: 25335, from "Baptisms for the dead, 1893-1967; heir indexes, 1893-1960," Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Salt Lake Temple: Henry had a "relative" named Miles Hall.
1782-1810 Loudoun Co Personal Property Tax Lists are: [note: Battalion is just a district designation. The second battalion was Cameron Parish in the eastern half of the county.]
1793B Second Battalion Hall, H. residing with Shively, George
1794B Second Battalion Hall, Henry residing with Shively, Geo.
1795B Second Battalion Hall, Henry
1797B Cameron Parish (Second Battalion) Hall, Henry
1840 Census for Sangamon County, IL
HALL, Henry lists 1 male 60-70, 1 female 50-60, 1 male 15-20 and 1 female 10-15
Note for: Mathilda R. DAVIS, 12 NOV 1860 - 10 MAR 1951 Index
Place: Sulphur Springs Cem.Individual Note:
Called "Aunt Tillia" or "Aunt Tilla."
In the 1880 census, she lives with her sister Elizabeth Davis Colburn in Loami, IL.
Note for: Ebenezer COLBURN, 9 APR 1833 - 18 NOV 1912 Index
According to the History of Sangamon County, he ran a saw mill from 1854 till 1875, then a grist mill.
1880 Census for Loami, Sangamon County, IL
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Mother's Birthplace
Eben COLBURN Self M Male W 47 IL Mill
Elizabeth COLBURN Wife M Female W 40 IL Keeps House IL IL
Enda COLBURN Son S Male W 25 IL Works In Mill IL IL
Daniel COLBURN Son S Male W 18 IL Works In Mill IL IL
Kalway COLBURN Son S Male W 16 IL Attends School IL IL
Alpha COLBURN Dau S Female W 14 IL At Ho
Julia COLBURN Dau S Female W 13 IL At Ho
Ina COLBURN Dau S Female W 8 IL IL IL
Melvin COLBURN Son S Male W 2 IL IL IL
Ora I. COLBURN Dau S Female W 9M IL IL IL
Matilda DAVIS Sister L S Female W 18 IL Keeps House KY KY
Note for: Henry DAVIS, 30 OCT 1805 - Index
Per rnichols@@rtpro.net (Chatty), he was a wagon maker and farmer, south of Loami.
Note for: Henry William COLBURN, 20 DEC 1863 - 1938 Index
Place: Sulphur Springs CemeteryIndividual Note:
Historical Encyclopedia & History of Sangamon County, Pt. 2: Was a rural mail carrier, starting in March, 1903, and taught the violin. He was elected tax collector and township clerk.
Note for: Catherine ANTLE, - 1846 Index
According to the "Early Settlers," she came to Sangamon County about 1826 with her children.
Note for: Stephen B. EDWARDS, - Index
State Journal-Register obit, for father in 1995: living in Atlanta, GA.
Note for: Becky S. EDWARDS, - Index
State Journal-Register obit, for father in 1995: Married a Fisher and lives in Champaign, IL
Note for: Iona HAYS, JUL 1881 - Index
According to Louisa Workman Hays' will, she lived in Pana, IL and married a Wetherholt.
Note for: James PARK, 25 DEC 1799 - 25 OCT 1865 Index
According to the "Early Settlers" book, he emigrated to Sangamon County with his parents in 1828.
Note for: John PARK, ABT 1762 - 23 SEP 1853 Index
According to the "Early Settlers" book, he originally went from SC to Logan County (later Todd County), KY. From there, he moved to Sangamon County, IL arriving on November, 28, 1828.
Note for: Samuel RIGG, - Index
According to the "Early Settlers" book, arrived in Sangamon County in 1827.
Note for: Martha J. PRICE, ABT 1795 - 1869 Index
1860 Census has Martha living in Pleasant Gap, VA, with William and Irenia. William is farming next to Samuel and Eliza Robertson, with his future wife Labinda at 15 yrs. of age.
Martha's will was dated March 25, 1868, filed August 10, 1869 and proved September 20, 1869. It lists sons George W. and William H. Daughters are Nancy T. Atkinson, Irena W. Harper and Elvira Astin.