By Kathryn Hall | May 17, 2008
Well-known and highly respected certified genealogist Marsha Hoffman Rising is current president of the American Society of Genealogists and a contributing editor for The American Genealogist. She is the author of The Family Tree Problem Solver: Proven Methods for Scaling the Inevitable Brick Wall. The following article, “A Maze of Halls in Taunton, Massachusetts: Correlating Land Description to Prove Identity” was written by Marsha Hoffman Rising, and was originally published in National Geneological Society Quarterly in 1993. It is here reprinted in its entirety with the permission of the editor of NGSQ and Mrs. Rising. This article has proven to be an invaluable document for all researchers tracing the roots of the descendants of George and Mary Hall of Taunton as well as those tracing the descendants of Edward Hall of Rehoboth.