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Note for:   John Choice HALL,   1818 - 26 MAR 1882         Index

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     Tombstone inscription reads, "His words was kindness, His deeds were Love, His spirit humble, He Rests above." Buried at Coleman's Chapel UMC in Jefferson Co Ga with second wife and with daughter Malissa. Tombstone may read 1819.

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Note for:   Daniel Green HALL,   1823 - 1882         Index

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     Served as a lieutenant during the Civil War. Was with Moring's Company, Emanuel Co., Ga Infantry.

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Note for:   Lyman HALL,   29 MAR 1826 - 4 OCT 1903         Index

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     Lyman may have served in the 10th Florida Infantry in the Civil War.

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Note for:   Hardy HALL,   BET 1778 AND 1782 -          Index

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     According to internet search, his middle name may have been Almond/Allman/etc.

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Note for:   Somebody HALL,    -          Index

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     Recent YDNA evidence shows that descendents of Juniper Hall match Reuben Hall's descendents on all 37 markers exactly, and is only one marker off on Henry Hall. This indicates a strong likelihood that Juniper, Henry and Reuben were close relatives, probably brothers, based on dates of birth and would share a common father.

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Note for:   George Ryland HARPER,    -          Index

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     According to brother Jim, he works for a natural gas company.

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Note for:   Juniper HALL,   1825 - 25 NOV 1873         Index

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     According to Carol Miller, He was murdered on the Wyche plantation in Thomas Co. Ga. Documented in "All Their Yesterdays" Thomas Co Newspaper Clippings Vol , 1857 - 1875 by Tad Evans 1995.

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Note for:   Margaret ROWELL,   1824 - 1864         Index

Alias:   /Peggy/


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Note for:   John PARKS,   1706 - BET 1792 AND 1793         Index

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     This may also be of interest to you Re: Hutchins buried in old Dry Fork Cemetery:
Lucy Parks md Moses Hutchins. Lucy B: 4-30-1763 D:11-01-1830 was the dau of John Parks,Sr B: 1706 in Essex Co.,Va,John md Mary.According to my info,John Parks,Sr was Justice of the Peace in Wilkes Co.,NC in 1778.John died btwn 1792-93 in Wilkes Co.,NC.
    Moses Hutchins B: 3-1-1754 D: 4-1-1836 was the son of Christopher Hutchins(D: 1807) md Elizabeth Parks in Culpepper,Va..Elizabeth B: 1724 in Essex,D: aft 1812 in Pittsylvania Co.,Va. was the daughter of Thomas Parks,Sr. and Sarah Miller.Christopher Hutchins B:1746 Culpepper Co.,Va. was the son of John Hutchins and Anne.John was B: 1722 D: May 1807 John Parks,Sr and Elizabeth Parks were brother and sister,children of Thomas parks,Sr.,so if I have this correct,Moses and Lucy were first cousins.Seems the Parks and Johnsons intermarried with cousins.
Bobbie Johnson Jordan - email: bjjlpn@@yahoo.com

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Note for:   Christopher HUTCHINGS,   ABT 1720 - 1807         Index

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     NOTES FROM "genfan" website:NOTES FROM "genfan" website:
Lived ca 1720 to 1807 in Virginia. His will was probated 20 May 1807. He lived near Concord in Halifax County, later called Pittsylvania County, Virginia. He was there during the Revolutionary War. In 1780 he entered 2,462 acres of land in Pittsylvania County. Other land grants were given in 1788, 1792 and 1796. The first known record of Christopher is Caroline Co. Va. order book 1732-1740. (Part 3) states: 14 March 1739/40 Housen Kenner paid Christopher Hutchings and John Bush, each, 175 lbs. of tobaccco for one days attendence and coming and going 50 miles once, as an evidence for George Kenner, agent, Thomas Roy. (court case).
According to Draper Papers, a letter from Robert Chester, 29 March 1884. "Tradition record from Mary Jane Hays, his mother-in-law, states that Christopher Hutchings, the ancestor, came from England among the early settlers in Virginia."

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Note for:   Margaret HUTCHINGS,   ABT 1798 -          Index

Alias:   /Peggy/


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Note for:   Iradell HALL,    -          Index

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     Iradell Hall served in Co B,,,,,,, 5th Fl Infantry during the Civil War.

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Note for:   Artimesia LACY,   13 DEC 1821 - AFT 1880         Index

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     Artemisia became blind or nearly blind in her later years. Story goes that after her husband Juniper was murdered, she got into a habit of sittting in her rocking chair on the front porch, and asking passersby if they had seen her husband.

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Note for:   John B. HALL,   1853 -          Index

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     Was an Engineer, maybe with RR. Lived in Savannah 1900, later Brunswick.

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Note for:   Elizabeth HALL,   14 OCT 1843 -          Index

Alias:   /Betty/