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1790 United States Federal Census
1790 United States Federal Census
Year: 1790; Census Place: , Surry, North Carolina; Roll: ; Image: 
 
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1820 United States Federal Census
1820 United States Federal Census
Year: 1820; Census Place: MacUngie, Lehigh, Pennsylvania; Roll: M33_104; Page: 168; Image: 178. 
 
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1830 United States Federal Census
1830 United States Federal Census
Year: 1830; Census Place: , Franklin, Alabama; Roll: ; Page: . 
 
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1830 United States Federal Census
1830 United States Federal Census
Year: 1830; Census Place: , Greene, Tennessee; Roll: ; Page: . 
 
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1830 United States Federal Census
1830 United States Federal Census
Year: 1830; Census Place: , Monroe, Tennessee; Roll: ; Page: . 
 
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1830 United States Federal Census
1830 United States Federal Census
Year: 1830; Census Place: Regiment 67, Monroe, Tennessee; Roll: 175; Page: 116. 
 
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31108681_124114674676
31108681_124114674676
 
 
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57486394_128252054788
 
 
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Adah Katherine Hall McQuire
Adah Katherine Hall McQuire
 
 
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AncestryMaleICON
AncestryMaleICON
A male descendant of this ancestor is the end of this HALL line 
 
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Annie Ruth Hall
Annie Ruth Hall
 
 
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Artie_Lou_Hall
Artie_Lou_Hall
 
 
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Bakers Creek Cemetery
Bakers Creek Cemetery
Photo from www.findagrave.com 
 
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Bart and Annie Hall
Bart and Annie Hall
 
 
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Benjamin Henn - land in Ferndale, PA
Benjamin Henn - land in Ferndale, PA
 
 
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Berkshire hogs
Berkshire hogs
Here is a picture of some of Nicholas Barksdale Hall's registered pure-bred Berkshire hogs. 
 
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Bruce Singleton, Jesse and Maggie Singleton
Bruce Singleton, Jesse and Maggie Singleton
In front of House in Vonore, TN 
 
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Burl Freeman Hall b1895_
Burl Freeman Hall b1895_
 
 
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Burwell Freeman Hall_Jr_class photo1939
Burwell Freeman Hall_Jr_class photo1939
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Yearbook - 1939 
 
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Burwell Martin Davis
Burwell Martin Davis
 
 
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Calvin M Hall and Ruth Lavinia Tipton
Calvin M Hall and Ruth Lavinia Tipton
Calvin Morgan Hall Birth: May 29, 1811 Death: Jan. 5, 1897 Ruth Lavinia Tipton Hall Birth: Jan. 2, 1821 Death: Apr. 4, 1913 Burial: Cove Methodist Church Pond Spring Walker County Georgia, USA 
 
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Calvin Morgan Hall
Calvin Morgan Hall
Half of a double stone with his wife, Ruth Lavinia Tipton 
 
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Calvin_Hall
Calvin_Hall
 
 
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Carrie_Tulloch
Carrie_Tulloch
 
 
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Clark Home
Clark Home
Clark home. Photograph of the old Clark home, located on Clark's Bridge Road, just across the Chattahoochee River. The home was built by slave labor and was constructed of hand-made brick. Elizabeth Ingram Clark, widow of Sevier Clark who died in 1842, was left the responsibility of rearing nine childern. The youngest child was three weeks old at the time of Sevier Clark's death. Elizabeth operated a ferry across the river, and the house was built under her direction. 
 
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Clark Home
Clark Home
Clark home. Photograph of the old Clark home, located on Clark's Bridge Road, just across the Chattahoochee River. The home was built by slave labor and was constructed of hand-made brick. Elizabeth Ingram Clark, widow of Sevier Clark who died in 1842, was left the responsibility of rearing nine childern. The youngest child was three weeks old at the time of Sevier Clark's death. Elizabeth operated a ferry across the river, and the house was built under her direction. 
 
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Connally House
Connally House
Atlanta pioneer settlers Thomas W. Connally and his wife Temperance Peacock, pose in front of their East Point home in 1883. The couple had 16 children. Standing with them is their granddaughter Electa, and their domestic servant, Aunt Martha. 
 
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Connally2
Connally2
Thomas Connally & Temperance Peacock 
 
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Cordelia May Hall
Cordelia May Hall
 
 
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Cove Cemetery
Cove Cemetery
Cove Cemetery Photo by Nancy and Dennis Skidmore 
 
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COWAN_MalindaTS_2
COWAN_MalindaTS_2
 
 
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David W Connally 1894
David W Connally 1894
Connally family reunion at the home of Dr E L Connally on Jan 23, 1894. 
 
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Davis Julia Matilda Boling 1868-1953 tombstone
Davis Julia Matilda Boling 1868-1953 tombstone
Located on Find A Grave 
 
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Dorothy Hall
Dorothy Hall
 
 
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Dorothy Hall Wedding Announcement
Dorothy Hall Wedding Announcement
Dorothy Hall Wedding Announcement - 11th Jan. 1944 
 
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Dr. Elijah L. Connally
Dr. Elijah L. Connally
 
 
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Dr. Walter Brownlow Kennedy
Dr. Walter Brownlow Kennedy
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Early Singleton Family Picture
Early Singleton Family Picture
Millard W Singleton with wife Maggie and children Nick and Dorothy 
 
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elizabethhallbirthdate
elizabethhallbirthdate
From Hall family bible submitted with James Hall Rev. Pension R4478 This date differs from what has been posted on FindAGrave. 
 
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Emma_Pickle_Hall
Emma_Pickle_Hall
 
 
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Euphemia_P_Hall_Howard
Euphemia_P_Hall_Howard
Burial: Bakers Creek Cemetery Blount County Tennessee, USA 
 
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General William Lenoir
General William Lenoir
William Lenoir (1751-1839) was an American Revolutionary War officer and prominent statesman in late 18th-century and early 19th-century North Carolina. Both the City of Lenoir, North Carolina and Lenoir County, North Carolina are named for him. Additionally, Lenoir City, Tennessee is jointly named for him and for his son, William Ballard Lenoir. The USS Lenoir (AKA-74) was also (indirectly) named for him. (Wikipedia) 
 
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George and Nancy Browder Bowman
George and Nancy Browder Bowman
 
 
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Gertrude_Brown_Hall
Gertrude_Brown_Hall
 
 
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Gordon P. Hall
Gordon P. Hall
Gordon worked for Singer Sewing Machine in Atlanta. His friends, who were coworkers, took care of his funeral and burial. They sent this picture. 
 
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Gordon Paul Hall
Gordon Paul Hall
Graduation picture 
 

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