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Migration Pattern of My Halls of Bristol County

By Kathryn Hall | January 14, 2009

Dear Readers:

It has occurred to me that setting forth a basic migration pattern for my own Hall family, which begins with our earliest known ancestor, George Hall of Taunton, would be most appropriate and constructive. Allow me then to indulge in the briefest of posts to list the migration of my own individual family. I will refrain from adding dates at this time, as all those particulars will be spelled out in specific detailed posts as I elaborate on each generation of the family. Suffice it to say this is where they started–and where my own paternal family progressed over the last three and a half centuries.

Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts—>
Enfield and Somers, Connecticut—>
Smyrna, Chenango, New York—>
Charlestown, Portage, Ohio—>
Jamestown, Steuben, Indiana—>
Richland, DeKalb, Indiana—>
Hartwick, Osceola, Michigan—>
Montgomery Co., Kansas—>
Sutherland, Millard Co., Utah—>
Salt Lake City, Utah

KH

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4 Responses to “Migration Pattern of My Halls of Bristol County”

  1. Karen Hall Pell Says:
    March 22nd, 2014 at 5:27 pm

    I’m at a dead end as my ggggrandfather born in 1838 in Pennsylvania is missing from records since it was when family bibles and church records were important. Do you have a Morgan Parker Hall in any records? Alpheus and Parker has occurred many times in the family line of names.

  2. admin Says:
    March 23rd, 2014 at 6:11 pm

    Karen Hall Pell–At the top of this page on the right hand side you will find a search function. KH

  3. Keri Soules Says:
    November 18th, 2014 at 5:41 pm

    I am so happy to have found your site! It has clarified a lot of road blocks that I am encountering in granting my father in law’s Christmas wish of a family tree. He is a direct descendent of George Soule of the Mayflower (verified by DNA). His mother is Laura Louise Hall from here in the Berkshires of MA. Her line is pretty easy to follow back as far back as Ichabod. So thankful for the verification of Ichabod because that is where her paper trail has led to so far. And even more thankful for the Samuel detangling back in the 1600′s. It was quite a mess and I was not sure what avenue to follow.

  4. Kathryn Hall Says:
    November 19th, 2014 at 7:01 pm

    Hi, Keri, So glad this site has been helpful. It was set up in part for folks like you seeking clarification about those tangled Samuels! Spread the word! Thanks! Merry Christmas to your father. And congratulations. KH

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