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DAVID HALL Submitted by: Kim Semaan (email@example.com)
David Hall was born about 1783 in North Carolina, then went to Tennessee. From there He moved to White River, Marion County, Arkansas.
He was a free black.
He married Sarah Williams, she was born about 1789 in North Carolina. She is believed to have been Cherokee Indian.
David Hall was written about in the Turnbo Stories.
Also his son's Joseph (my great great great grandfather) and Willoby Hall his brother.
Joseph was born in White River, Marion, Ark. He was married twice his first wife was Lovelia last name unknown. She was born 1825 in Tennessee and died bet. 1850-1860 in Marion County, Arkansas.
She was believed to have been 1/2 black and 1/2 Cherokee Indian. She was buried in Pontiac, MO.
Joseph and Lovelia had eight children together, one of them was my great great grandfather, Henderson Allen Hall. Born July 24, 1841 in White River, Marion, Arkansas
Joseph died January 18, 1877 in Ft. Scott, Kansas.
Joseph was married on September 24, 1864 in McGhee County, Kansas to Susan Caroline Jennings.
1860 Census showed Joseph living with his sister Lydia Turner in McGhee County, KS
Joseph was also know as Allen. He was a Farmer and teamster. Was a stockman and owned a ranch near Ft. Scott, Kansas. He had a government contract to haul freight during the Civil War. He was black and Indian. Evidence points to KKK locking him in a shed and burning the shed. He died 2 months later. No obituary. He is buried in Union Bend Cemetery, also known as Hell's Bend or Hall's Cemetery which is located about 3 miles southwest of Ft. Scott, KS.
1870 census shows property value $6000
After Joseph's death, his widow, Susan Caroline Jennings became administrator of the property and had an estate sale.
Henderson and Susan had five Children together:
Mary Ann Hall, Sarah Elizabeth Hall, Elijah Daniel Hall, Esther Jane Hall, and Naomi Adeline Hall (my great grandmother).
Descendants of David Hall
If you have any corrections or additions please contact me. Thanks Kim
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