Descendants of Thomas Atte Halle

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

1. THOMAS ATTE1 HALLE was born Abt. 1364 in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England, and died Abt. 1430 in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England. He married ALICE ATFORD Abt. 1385 in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, daughter of THOMAS FORD and EDITH. She died Abt. 1427.

Child of THOMAS HALLE and ALICE ATFORD is:

2. i. THOMAS2 HALLE, b. 1397, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England; d. Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2. THOMAS2 HALLE (THOMAS ATTE1) was born 1397 in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England, and died in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England. He married UNKNOWN Abt. 1425 in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire.

Child of THOMAS HALLE and UNKNOWN is:

3. i. NICHOLAS3 HALL, b. Abt. 1429, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England; d. Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

3. NICHOLAS3 HALL (THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born Abt. 1429 in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England, and died in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England. He married MARGARET BESILL OR BESYLL Abt. 1451 in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire.

 

Notes for NICHOLAS HALL:

Nicholas Hall substantially increased the wealth of the family by marrying Margaret one of the daughters and co-heiresses of William Besill II of Bradford; Cecilia, the other co-heiress, married Anthony Rogers, b. c1438, of Bradford on Avon. In a commission dated 4 Apr 1403, Margaret's grandfather, William Besill I, was notified by Westminster, after the deaths of Sir William Asthorpe and King Richard II, with Humphrey de Stafford, knight, William Stourton, Thomas Bonham, and the sheriff of co. Wilts. to, "inquire concerning the information that much waste, ruin, dilapidation and destruction has many times been committed as well in the castle and barton or manor of Marlborough. The Inquisition was held before Thomas Bonham and William Besiles, Salisbury, Thursday before St. Thomas the apostle, 1403: The said castle has been injured and wasted in many ways in the time of Robert Power, William Asthorp and William Scrop, late constables, to what amount the jurors do not know."

Nicholas died leaving to his son and heir, Henry, lands, houses, and mills in Bradford held of the Abbess of Shaftesbury. Henry died soon after his father, without heirs, being omitted from the 1565 pedigree in the Herald's Visitation. The estates passed to Thomas, his brother, who died 1515 seized of Hall's Manor of Bradford. At the end of the 15th century a deed dated 21st Edward IV, states Henry Hall of this family had lands in Bradford, Lye, Troll Parva, Slade, Ford, Wraxhall, Holt, Broughton, Marlborough, Okebourn Meysey, Wilts, Freshford, Iford, Mitford, Frome, Fleete, Widcombe, Portishead and other placed in Somerset.

 

Children of NICHOLAS HALL and MARGARET BESYLL are:

4. i. THOMAS4 HALL, b. Abt. 1460, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England; d. Aft. 1515, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England.

ii. HENRY HALL, b. 1452.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

4. THOMAS4 HALL (NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born Abt. 1460 in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England, and died Aft. 1515 in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England. He married ALICE NORTON, ALIAS BOWYER OF WILTON Abt. 1481 in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, daughter of WILLIAM NORTON, ALIAS BOWYER OF WILTON.

 

Notes for THOMAS HALL:

1. William Hall, b. c1482 m. Elizabeth, daughter of Christopher Tropenell of Chalfield

2. Arthur Hall, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire

3. Osmond Hall, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire

4. Alice Hall, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire m. John Torney of Wolverton

5. Edith Hall, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire m. Edmond Chatterton

6. Thomas Hall, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire

Thomas Hall, spouse of Alice Bower, daughter of William Norton of Wilton alias Bowyer, was summoned before the King's Justices with reference to a debt of 100 owning to Sir John Turberville, Knight. He failed to make his appearance and was charged with something similar to "contempt of Court." The penalty of 'outlawry' soon followed.

An outlawed man was outside the pale of society; anyone might slay him at pleasure; in the grim phrase of the day, he bore "a wolf's head" and might be hunted like a noxious beast. A reward of two marks was offered for each outlaw's head brought to Westminster. Two barons showed their knowledge of John's suspicions by withdrawing secretly from his Court and taking to flight. The King caused them to be outlawed in their absence, and thereafter seized their estates and demolished their castles. Thomas soon surrendered himself to justice, and for a time was an inmate of Fleet prison.

Among the deeds and other documents found at the Hall during the process of repairs was one dated 18 Henry VII (1504), and contained a "Royal Pardon and Revocation of Outlawry for Thomas Hall, lately of Bradford, Co. Wilts, Gentleman, now in the Fleet Prison." It does not appear from the document that the debt was paid at the time of his release; the condition of his release being that he should appear in Court "if the said John should desire to speak with him touching the debt above mentioned."

 

Children of THOMAS HALL and ALICE NORTON are:

5. i. WILLIAM5 HALL, b. Abt. 1492, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England; d. Abt. 1545, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England.

ii. ARUTHER HALL.

iii. OSMOND HALL.

iv. ALICE HALL.

v. EDITH HALL.

vi. THOMAS HALL.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

5. WILLIAM5 HALL (THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born Abt. 1492 in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England, and died Abt. 1545 in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England. He married ELIZABETH TROPENELL Abt. 1514 in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, daughter of CHRISTOPHER TROPENELL and ANNE CAREW.

 

Notes for WILLIAM HALL:

William married Elizabeth, daughter of Christopher Tropenell, and granddaughter of Thomas Tropenell and Agnes Ludlow. Agnes was the fourth daughter of William Ludlow, Lord of Hill Deverel.

In 1542, Leland, wrote that William Hall lived 'in a pretty stone house at the east end of the town' and that he was "a man of 100 lands by the year."

Christopher Tropenell was the spouse of Anne Carew, coheir of her brother's estate and daughter of Nicholas Carew IV, of Beddington, Nutfield and Carshalton, co. Surrey, Sulham, Berkshire and Dalamars, Hertfordshire. She was born 1436, or "aged 22" at the death of her father in 1466. The estate of Nicholas Carew passed to his daughter Anne, "wife of Christopher Tropenell." Anne was succeeded by Thomas Tropenell, her son, who died at Sulham in 1548, leaving all his goods to his wife Eleanor for the education of their children. The property eventually passed to Thomas Tropnell's great-granddaughter Ann who married John Eyre in 1550.

Christopher's father, Thomas Tropenell, (1402-1488), was responsible for the recovery of Great Chalfield. After much litigation, he was able to effectively convince the courts that he was heir to the Percy's through a female, the male line having become extinct. The estate was recorded in the Domesday Book as the property of Ernulf de Hesding, Comte de Perche.

The arms of Tropenell impaling Ludow are displayed in the roof of the hall and also on their tomb. The manor, now owned by the National Trust, is surrounded by a moat and gatehouse and has beautiful oriel windows and a great hall.

The Lady Chapel in the Parish Church of St. Bartholomew, Corsham, Wiltshire, was re-built between 1465 and 1480 by Thomas Tropenell, of Neston and Great Chalfield, and is dominated by the Tropenell's magnificent altar tomb, built to receive the remains of himself and his wife. He endowed the chapel with a charge of ten marks on his estate, two oxen, and two cows. These charges were willed on 19 Dec 1514 by Anne, widow of Christopher Tropenell, son of Thomas, to be maintained by her executors. A smaller tomb in the chapel is that of her son, Christopher Tropenell.

Another Thomas Tropnell, of Wiltshire, an unknown member of this family, denied the doctrine of transubstantiation, the fact that the bread and wine taken at the eucharist literally were the body and blood of Christ, and was burned to death in the market place at the bottom of Market Street.

 

Children of WILLIAM HALL and ELIZABETH TROPENELL are:

6. i. THOMAS6 HALL, b. Abt. 1515, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England; d. Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England.

ii. PAUL HALL.

iii. WILLIAM HALL.

iv. MARGARET HALL.

v. JANE HALL.

vi. GEORGE HALL.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

6. THOMAS6 HALL (WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born Abt. 1515 in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England, and died in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England. He married ELIZABETH MERVYN Abt. 1539 in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, daughter of JOHN MERVYN and JOAN HUNGERFORD.

 

Notes for THOMAS HALL:

 

Thomas Hall married Elizabeth Marvyn, daughter of John Mervyn of Fonthill. Of the various families of this name mentioned in the "Visitations of Wilts," Somerset, and others, among the most prominent was that of Sir John Marvin, of Fonthill Abbey, Wiltshire, grandson of Richard Marvyn, who died in the seventeenth year of the reign of Henry VI. Marvins held the fine estate of Fonthill Abbey, in the parish of Hindon, for more than two centuries. The ancestors of Reinold Marvin were all "Yeomen," owning the lands hey occupied or inherited. Many derived incomes from the tenants who held under them, but none of them appear to have used armorial device but intermarried with "armorial families."

John Mervyn was of Pertwood and Fonthill Abbey, he married Joan, daughter of Lord Hungerford. William Fletcher, owner of Pertwood Manor, in right of his wife Joan, daughter of John Brother of Pertwood, died early in the 16th century, leaving as his heirs Agnes, wife of John Maton, and Margaret, wife of John Ingram. Margaret married, as a second husband, William Mervyn and her share of the manor passed to her son John Mervyn. The moiety belonging to Agnes Maton subsequently passed to George Ludlow, who sold it in 1553 to John Mervyn, thus possessing the both portions of the property.

Thomas acquired his father's estates and is said to be the builder of a small Chantry Chapel twelve and a half feet in width and sixteen in length at the southeast angle of the Nave. It was previously thought William Hall, who married Elizabeth Tropenell, of Chalfield, was the builder of the Chantry Chapel, also called, "The Kingston Aisle" or sometimes referred to as "The Dukes House." It was renamed Kingston Aisle after eventually passing from the Hall family to the Dukes of Kingston.

The Dukes of Kingston acquired the property after the estates devolved onto Rachel Baynton in 1708. She was from the neighboring Little Chalfield Manor. Rachel married soon after her inheritance the 1st Duke of Kingston, William Pierrepont. Unfortunately, the marriage was short-lived when William died of smallpox leaving Rachel a widow with two small children. Her descendant, Evelyn Pierrepont eventually succeeded as the 2nd Duke of Kingston and his daughter, Frances, married into the Medows family who were eventually ennobled as Earl Manvers. After Evelyn died leaving no male heirs, the Hall and Pierrepont fortunes fell to Frances's son and the future Earl Manvers. In consequence the name changed to the "Kingston Aisle," but has since reverted to being called, "The Hall."

A 1575 lawsuit states, "Thomas Hall Esq. deceased is, and his ancestors have for a long time, been seized of water mills and other lands' in the manor of Bradford, held by the abbey of Shaftesbury."

 

Children of THOMAS HALL and ELIZABETH MERVYN are:

7. i. JOHN7 HALL I, b. Abt. 1540, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England; d. 1597, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England.

ii. ROBERT HALL.

iii. JANE HALL.

iv. THOMAS HALL.

v. DOROTHY HALL.

vi. ANN HALL.

 

 

Generation No. 7

 

7. JOHN7 HALL I (THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born Abt. 1540 in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England, and died 1597 in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England. He married DOROTHY ROGERS Abt. 1569 in Bradford on Avon, daughter of ANTHONY ROGERS and ANNE WROUGHTON.

 

Notes for JOHN HALL I:

After succeeding male heirs of Hall family of Bradford on Avon intermarried with the families of Bower of Wilton, Tropenell of Chalfield, and Mervyn of Fonthill, we find John Hall, the next heir of this family, described as 'of Forde,' married to Dorothy, daughter and sole heiress of Anthony Rogers who died in 1583. Anthony Rogers was the last male representative of this branch of the Rogers family in Bradford on Avon. By this pairing, the Besill estate was once again under one roof. She also brought into the marriage her own patrimony, part of which was located at Holt. Her mother was Anne daughter of Sir Thomas Wroughton. The tomb of Sir William Wroughton, who died in 1559, has a canopy and inscription in a fine strapwork cartouche, can be seen at the Bradford-on-Avon, Holy Trinity Church.

John Hall, builder of 'The Hall', often described as a wealthy clothier and as such, was a member of the powerful Clothier's Guild. In a 1611 Wiltshire document states. "The Abbey house and lands passed from Fulk Morley to John Hall, a wealthy clothier of Bradford-on-Avon." Another Wiltshire article states, "The building was built in 1610 by John Hall, a Wiltshire clothier; in 1847 it became the home of the Moulton family, who founded the rubber manufacturing business."

John, the second son of John Hall and Dorothy Rogers, succeeded as heir, after the decease of his older brother Thomas. He married Elizabeth, daughter of Henry Brune of Athelhampton, Co. Dorset, and is more than likely the builder of the mansion described, by Aubrey, as "the best built house for the quality of a gentleman in Wilts," often referred to as the "Duke's House" or "Kingston House." From Leland's mid 1500 description, we know an older house stood on the same site as he describes it as "a pratie stone house at the este ende of the toune on the right bank of Avon." In volume 1 of the Wiltshire Society Magazine, a detailed description of the house is given, as well as one in C. J. Richardson's "Observations on the Architecture of England during the reigns of Queen Elizabeth and King James I," and details are described and illustrated by G. Vivian in "Illustrations of Claverton and the Duke's House." The present owner has completed renovations of the house, which has adhered to its original plan as much as possible

 

Children of JOHN HALL and DOROTHY ROGERS are:

8. i. JOHN8 HALL II, b. 1566, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England; d. 1631, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England.

ii. THOMAS HALL, b. 1570.

 

 

Generation No. 8

 

8. JOHN8 HALL II (JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born 1566 in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England, and died 1631 in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England. He married ELIZABETH BRUNE in c1592 in Puddletown, Dorset, daughter of SIR ATHELHAMPTON and ELIZABETH MARTYN. She was born Abt. 1572, and died January 12, 1632/33.

 

Notes for JOHN HALL II:

The following are several connections between the Halls of Rhode Island and the Halls of Bradford on Avon:

1. William and John Hall are shown as sons of John and Elizabeth (Brune) Hall on the Bradford on Avon Hall pedigree, and both are named as sons in his will. William and John Hall disappear from Bradford on Avon records following the death of their father in 1631. In 1637, William and John Hall appear in early records during the early formation of Newport, Rhode Island.

2. William Hall was the only child named in his father's will who was not listed in the baptism records of Holy Trinity Church. In 1663, William Hall of Newport, Rhode Island stated in court he is "50 years or thereabouts," or born in 1613. William Hall of Bradford on Avon was born after 1614, as he would not "fit" into the family otherwise.

3. Sons Brune, Edward, Henry, and Nicholas baptized 1593, 1598, 1609 and 1614 consecutively, all died young. The overwhelming grief resulting from the loss of four young sons may have been the driving force behind the adoption of William.

4. Elizabeth Brune, born 1572, was the first child born after the marriage of her parents who married in 1571. She married John Hall in 1592 and their first child, Brune Hall, was baptized in 1593; their last child was baptized in 1614. The birth of her children covered 21 years, therefore Elizabeth would have been age 42 when Henry was born; well beyond the average for most women

5. It appears extremely unlikely William Hall was the natural son of John and Elizabeth (Brune) Hall, therefore, unlikely his yDNA would match that of John Hall, their natural child. Results from descendants recent yDNA tests have proven this to be true.

6. The Pedigree of the Hall's of Bradford on Avon show the marriage of John Hall to Dorothy Rogers and Elizabeth Hall to John Cottrell. Rhode Island records show the Hall's, Cottrell's and Rogers were closely associated in early Rhode Island.

7. Henry Hall is shown as a weaver in several early Rhode Island documents and the Hall's of Bradford, manufactured undyed broadcloth for many generations.

8. Mary Hall, daughter of John and Elizabeth (Brune) Hall, married Christopher Bailey. Robert Bayley, of Wingfield, Wiltshire, married Christian Arnold of Hertfordshire, they were the parents of Christopher Bayly. John Bailey of Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, married Eleanor Knight, daughter of William Knight and Jane Langburne, she was born 1612 in Wiltshire. Their son John Bailey, Jr. married Eleanor Emery who was born in Romsey, Hampshire, England. Richard Knight, chr. 14 Jan 1602 in Romsey, Hampshire, England married Sarah Rogers of Newport, Rhode Island.

9. On Jan 19, 1663/4, Richard Knight made, in partnership with Henry, son of John Hall, the great purchase of lands at Chippachog, in Westerly and Kingston afterwards known as the Hall and Knight Purchase. Nicholas Cottrell was also a signer of the Misquamicut (Westerly) Purchase with Henry and Richard.

10. John Dyer of Bratton, Somerset, England married Jane Ernley, daughter of John Erneley of Bishops Cannings and Lucie Cooke, daughter of Thomas Cooke of Salisbury. They were the parents of William Dyer, born 1580 in London, England, father of William Dyer (9 Sep 1609 London, England-18 Apr 1672 Newport, Newport Co. RI) who married Mary, also known as Mary Dyer in, "Biography of a Rebel Quaker", by Ruth Plimpton. Dorothea Erneley married Anthony Rogers of Bradford on Avon, she was the sister of John Erneley who married Lucie Cooke.

Upon researching the Holy Trinity Church records, a Wiltshire genealogist discovered eleven children of John and Elizabeth (Brune) Hall. From these records we learn the names of four additional sons who died at a young age, Brune, Edward, Henry and Nicholas. Nicholas is suspected to be the name of the eldest son of Elizabeth Hall and John Cottrell of Bradford on Avon, and the Rhode Island Nicholas Cottrell was closely associated with the Hall family of early Rhode Island.

Elizabeth was the daughter of Henry Brune and Elizabeth Martyn. A beautiful Memorial Brass dated 1595 is dedicated to Nicholas Martyn and is located at St Mary's Church in Puddletown, Dorset. This 16th Century brass depicts Nicholas Martyn, bareheaded, in armour, kneeling before an altar on which is an open book. Behind him are his three sons, who all predeceased him. Sir William Martyn was a wealthy merchant and Lord Mayor of London in 1492. He built his estate of Athelhampton sometime after 1485. Sir Nicholas Martyn was the last male heir of the Martyne line. He was buried in 1595 in Athelhampton Aisle. Nicholas Martyn's four daughters were given equal shares to the estate; his eldest daughter married Henry Brune. To his right is his wife, Margaret, daughter of John Wadham, whose brother Nicholas Wadham, in 1613, founded Wadham College, Oxford. Behind her are their seven daughters. Above them are the arms of Martyn, Arg. two bars gules, impaling Wadham, Gules a chevron between three roses arg.,: above is the Martyn crest, a Martyn (ape) proper, chained to a stump of a tree or, sejant, holding in his paw a mirror azure. Nicholas was the last of the Martyns and died without male issue in 1595. His estate was divided amongst his four surviving daughters, of whom Elizabeth, the eldest, married Henry Brune; and their son, as heir to his mother, lived at Athelhampton Hall. A tablet in memory of a member of the Martyn family with the same crest is on the East Wall of the South transept at Crewkerne. It's through the Brune lineage that one of several connections is made to the royal family.

The Brune family has a long history, the Manor of Rowner was granted by a grateful King Edward I to Sir William le Brun in 1277, a record of this is kept in the Hampshire County Archives at Winchester with the family papers. Two Brune sons, Philip and Nicholas, were given the office of Rector between 1292 and 1306. Sir John Brune, grandfather of Elizabeth Brune, died in 1559 and left his estates, including Grange farm, to his son Henry. As a minor he had to wait for his inheritance to be bought back for him from the Ward of Courts when he attained his majority. In 1571 he married Elizabeth Martyn, the eldest daughter of Nicholas Martyn of Athelhampton. His son John was baptized in 1577 in St. Mary Magdalene, Piddleton, together with his six sisters. Henry died in 1594 leaving Grange farm in trust to provide for his five surviving daughters. The rare solid limestone sepulcher tomb in the Chantry is to Sir John Brune, Lord Chancellor of England, who died in 1559, and is one of two such structures in the country. Its escutcheons reveal the careful marrying that went on to secure the family's mighty wealth, linking with de la Rokele, Bamfilde, Ticheborne and Knowles. Sir John had left money in his will for the tomb's construction, and provided for his wife to live at The Grange as a dower house. That house still stands today, and is part of Gosport Borough Council's Grange Farm complex.

Henry III and Edmund Crouchback married women with European royal descent. In addition to the Norman English kings, royal ancestors include the Capetian kings of France, Charlemagne, Frederick III Barbarossa of Germany, Saxons such as Alfred the Great of England, Kings of Scotland and Spain, and monarchs, princesses and dukes from central and eastern Europe.

Lineage from King Henry III to Elizabeth Brune, spouse of John Hall:

Henry III, King of England married Eleanor of Province

Edmund "Crouchback," Earl of Lancaster and Leicester, married Blanche of Artois

Henry Plantagenet, Earl of Leicester, married Maud Chaworth

Eleanor Plantagenet married Sir John de Beaumont

Maud de Beaumont married Sir Hugh Courtenay I

Sir Hugh Courtenay II married Margaret Carminow

Elizabeth Courtenay married Sir John Trethurffe

Jane Trethurffe married John Tregarthen

Joan Tregarthen married Sir John Wadham of Merryfield

Margaret Wadham married Sir Nicholas Martyn

Elizabeth Martyn married Sir Henry Brune of Athelhampton

Elizabeth Brune married John Hall of Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire

1620 Apr 29 Groom John Cotterell aged 27 occupation gent residing at Long Ashton, Somerset, Bride Elizabeth HALL aged 22 residing at Bradford, Wilts, dau of John Esq Bondsmen; Source: Wiltshire Wills and Administration. John Cotterell from Long Ashton, Somerset, April 29, 1620 Salisbury, Wilts, Marriage License, Gent, AGE 27; & Elizabeth d/o John Hall of Bradford, Age 22 Reference Salisbury Mar. Lic.

The Cottrell family first settled in Flanders after arriving with William the Conqueror and was referred to as "Cottrell the Norman"; his son was John Cottrell, the grandfather of Ralph. John Cottrell in 1357 was Comptroller of the King's works. Thomas Coterell represented the Southrepps, co. Norfolk branch of the family in 1540 and married Mary, daughter and heiress of Sir John Inglos. Their son Robert married Anne, dau. of Nicholas Bohun, son of Francis Bohun of Westhall and Elizabeth Knyvett, and Audrey (Ethelreda) Coke, and had Sir Clement, Margaret, and Nicholas. Sir Clement (1585-1631) was of Wylsford co. Linc. married Anne Alleyen (Allen). William Coggeshall, son of William Coggishall, was Chr. on 24 Dec 1620 in Ickleton, Cambridgeshire, England.

1622 Jun 14 Groom Christopher Bayly aged 23 occupation Gent residing at Wingfield, WIL Bride Mary Haulle aged 18 residing at Bradford, status spouse, dau. of John, Bradford Bondsmen to be married at Bradford. Christopher Bayly and Mary Haulle obtained marriage license 17 May 1622 Bradford On Avon. Wiltshire Wills and Administration. Mary was the daughter of John Hall (c1570 Wiltshire-1631 Wiltshire). One of the witnesses for John Hall's will was Christopher Bayly (Bailey).

In the early 16th century Thomas Bayley of Trowbridge, Wiltshire, married Agnes Cleveland, and they were the parents of William, who left two sons, William, the eldest, died without issue, and Christopher. Christopher married into the Filioll family and was the father by her of William, John, Christopher, and Robert. Only Robert Bayley "of Wingfield", Wiltshire, left issue. He married Christian Arnold of Hertfordshire, daughter of Richard, and was the father of Christopher Bayly, son and heir. Source: Descendants of William Bailey of Newport, RI, Bailey Family Genealogy, pg 255.

John Bailey of Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, married Eleanor, daughter of William Knight and Jane Langburne, born about 1612 in Chippenham Co. Wiltshire. Their son John Bailey, Jr. was born 1613 in England, and died 1691 in Newbury, Essex Co., MA.

William Bailey of Newport, RI purchased land from Gabriel Hicks on 14 Jun 1655, "land bounded partly by the sea." On 5 Mar 1656, William Bailey, Sr. with Gabriel Hicks sold Joshua Coggeshall of Portsmouth 21 acres in Newport, RI. Family tradition states he was a weaver of silk. He married Grace Parsons, daughter of Hugh and Elizabeth Parson, after arriving in Rhode Island and died before 20 Jul 1670. Hugh Parsons (1613-1684) and wife Elizabeth, widow of William England, sold 18 acres to William Wood on 3 Jul 1662. After Hugh's death, about the year 1677, Elizabeth married Thomas Lawson. On 20 Apr 1677, Hugh Parsons, Jr. leased a dwelling house, land and orchard from his stepfather Thomas Lawton of Portsmouth and agreed to pay 3 pounds a year to Elizabeth Sherman, daughter of Thomas Lawton. Source: Records of the Bailey Family Descendants of William Bailey of Newport, RI.

CONDENSED WILL OF JOHN HALL OF BRADFORD-ON-AVON

10 Oct 1630, I John Hall of Bradford in the countie of Wilks and diocese of Sarum, Esquire, do make this my last will and testament. Item - Elizabeth Hall my wife lands at the Abbey house countie of Somerset, with furniture. Daughter Elizabeth Cottrell the some of one hundred pounds, daughter Mary one hundred pounds paid to Christopher Baylie gentleman her husband, grandson John Baylie tenne pounds, unmarried daughters Jane, Dorothie and Anne nine hunderd pounds. My two sons John and William the yearly some of fifteen pounds a piece, to double after wife's death. Executor Thomas Hall, my son and heir. Overseers - John Brewin (Brune), Knight, William Eyre (Ayer), Esquire, my kinsman, and John Andry, Theophilus Clarke. Witnesses: John Andry, Sr., Christopher Bayly (Bailey) and Charles Taylor.

Thomas Hall succeeded his father, and his son John Hall built the almshouse in Bradford on Avon in 1700, which still accommodates four elderly men. The arms of the Halls are carved over the door. John Hall was the last of the Halls in Bradford on Avon, and by his will dated 10 Sep 1708, he devised all his lands in Wilts, Somerset and elsewhere to Denzill Onslow, Esq., Edward Lisle, Esq., Frances Goddard, Esq., and Robert Eyre, Esq., trustees; upon trust after the marriage of Rachel, daughter of Thomas Baynton of Bradford, Wilts, for the said Rachel Baynton during her life. Tthe letters K and M with coronets above them are carved on the almshouse chimneys and refer to the Dukes of Kingston and Earls Manvers.

 

 

Will of John Hall of Bradford on Avon

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WILL OF JOHN HALL DATED 19 OCTOBER 1630

In the name of god amen, the nineteenth day of October Anno Dom One Thousand six hundred thirty. I John Hall of Bradford in the countie of Wilks and diocese of Sarum, Esquire, do make, ordaine and institute this my last will and testament in manner and form following, that is to say after I command my soule unto the hand of Jesus Christ my savior and my bodie to be buried in the burial place of myne ancestors in the church of Bradford aforesaid.

ITEM - I give towards the maintenance and reparation of the Cathedral Church of Sarum the some of tenne shillings.

ITEM - I bequeath towards the like maintenance and reparation of the parish church of Bradford aforesaid the some of five pounds of lawful current money of England to be payd unto that end into the hands of the church warden of Bradford within three months next after my decease.

ITEM - I bequeath one other like some of five pounds of lawful money unto the poore people inhabiting in the said parish of Bradford aforesaid to bee paid unto and to bee anonymously distributed by the church overseers for the poore of the said parish within one month next after my decease.

ITEM - I bequeath unto every one of my servants in house the some of twenty shillings of like lawful money to be paid unto them and each of them within three months next after my decease.

ITEM - I bequeath unto Elizabeth Hall my wife, in addition to that furniture that remaineth unto her in retayne of my lands the Abbey house at Bath in the countie of Somerset and the use of my goods, chattel, implements, household stuff and furniture in the same household used therwith from the tyme of my decease for and during the tyme of her naturall life if shee shall soe long ranty nens a widowe but not otherwise and my will true intent and meaning is that at the tyme of her death or at the daye of her marriage if shall happen to bee marryed again the said goods, chattel, implements, household stuff and furniture shall from thenseforth bee and remayne unto the executor of this my last will and testament and to his heirs and his and theirs anone proper right by this my bequeath.

ITEM - I give unto my daughter Elizabeth Cottrell the some of one hundred pounds of lawful money of England to bee paid unto her within one yeare next after the day of my decease.

ITEM - Whereas there is one hundred pounds of the marriage portion of my daughter Mary yet behind and unpaid which I promised to bee paid upon my death. My will is that the said hundred pounds shall bee paid unto Christopher Baylie gentleman her husband her now husband his executors or assignees within one year after the day of my decease.

ITEM - I bequeath unto my grandson John Baylie the some of tenne pounds of lawful money of England and to every of the remaining other children of the said Christopher Baylie the severall sonied three pounds six shillings eight pense apeece.

ITEM - I bequeath the some of nynne hundred pounds of lawful money of England to be divided by and according to the direction of my executors of this my last will and testament hereinafter to be nominated and specified between my three daughters not yet married viz. Jane, Dorothie and Anne if theye and every or either of them (marryng) doe and shall marrye with the liking and approval of my said overseers Elizabeth their mother and of such of their naturall loving brother as shall at the tyme of and tymes of their and either of their several marriages inherit and possess my land or of the most part of them and my will true intend and meaning is that whosoever of my sonne or sonnes shall inherit and be possessed of my paid lands at the tyme or tymes of their and either of their of such their severall marriages shall have and bee charged to pay unto my said daughters Jane Dorothie and Anne every such part and portion of the paid ninne hundred pounds as shall be soe divided unto any of them by my said overseers as aforesaid within three months next after the day and dayes of the marriage or marriages of those my said three daughters according as they shall happen be marryed in their tyme and will further is that during the life type of El;izabeth my wife such and soe many of my said three daughters as shall be so married (and while the remaining unmarried) shall have further paid unto them by myne heirs and towards their better maintenance in their unmarryed tyme and tymes these annunities now for bee specifyed and in manner and forme following vizt: Unto my daughter Jane the some of six pounds thirteen shillings four pense, unto my daughter Dorothie five pounds and unto my daughter Anne other five pounds all good and lawful money of England to bee paid every half yeare during during the tyme of their remaining unmarryed and of their mothers being in life. But if the paid Elizabeth my wife and their mother shall happen to dye before they and every or any of them bee disposed of in marriage then my will is that the paid annuities and every of them shall cease to bee paid any longer from the death of the said Elizabeth. And that then and from thenseforth my heire shall at his own costs and charges allow and give unto every of those my said three daughters so then not disposed of in marriage such continuall sufficient meat drink and clothing and other maintenance as shall be necessary and convenient for such his sister and sisters until she or they shall have received her and they portion and portions according to said division of my aforesaid overseers.

ITEM - I bequeath unto the said Elizabeth my wife use of all the goods, chattel, implements, household stuff and furniture that I have within and belonging to my mansion house at Bradford and in or upon or belonging to domicide lands and mills there to bee imployed by her and to her behalf from the type of my decease during the terme of her naturall life. But my will and bequeath is that after her decease the some and every part of parcell thereof shall bee and remayne unto my sonne Thomas and to his heirs. And that at her said death shee shall leave the same unto the said Thomas and his heirs in a good full and ample manner in all respects as to as good a value and price as now they are or as shee shall find and take unto the same upon my decease.

ITEM - I bequeath unto my two sons John and William the yearly some and somes of fifteen pounds a piece to be paid by myne heirs at yearly annuities for their mayntenance during the life tyme of my wife their mother and after her decease that the life somes of fifteen pounds a piece more bee likewise added unto their said former annuities for their better mayntenance during their and everie of their severall life tymes. And my will is that the said severall annuities be paid unto them and everie of them at two several tymes in the yeare by even and equal portions and that the life payment and payments thereof shall begin at the end of the month next after my decease. And that from thenseforth these shall continye soe yearly to be paid unto the said John and William my sonnes att and upon the end of every six months for by and during the whole term and terms of their and either of their natural lives. And my will is also that myne executor for himself and his heirs shall within six months next after my decease make and give sufficient security and assurance in the law for the due payment and performance of all and every of my said bequeaths as well unto my said sonnes John and William as ponts those and every those my said three daughters Jane Dorothie and Anne according to my true intent and meaning in this my will and testament.

ITEM - I do make ordayne and constitute to bee the executor of this my last will and testament Thomas Hall my sonne and heir apparant who I will to satisfie discharge and pay all and every of myne owed proper debts and also all and every of those my legacies and bequeaths specified and expressed to be bequeathed in this my last will and testament. And if my said executor doth refuse to then execute this my last will and testament or doth deny or neglect to satisfie discharge and pay those my said debts legacies and bequeaths contrary to the expressive true intent and meaning of this my will then doe I likewise by this my present will and testament give and grant my whole rightfull power and authortie onto myne overseers to alienate sell and convey away from him my said executor and from his heir forever his parts of all and every of my Messuages, Lands, Tenements Closes Cottages, and other Hereditaments with their Appurtenances whatsoever situate lying and being in Bath Lincombe Widcombe and Coombe in the county of Somerset . To this my intent and purpose is that money may be procured promised and gotten by that such sale and conveyed for the due true and full discharge of all my said debt and all and every of the legacies and bequeaths expressed specified and declared in this my last will and testament. And I doe nominate my worthie good brother in law and loving friends John Brewin, Knight, William Eyre, Esquire, my kinsman, and John Awdry, Theophilus Clarke to be the overseers of this my last will and testament and whose best labor and care soe farre as in them it shall or may go and rest to have this my last will and testament duly executed and performed fullfulled and doe earne fey entreat and as a token of my love towards them I bequeath unto them approportionally to bee divided among to each and every one of them forty shillings.

I wittness whereof I the said John Hall have here unto set my hand and soule the daie and yeare first above written John Hall. Signed sealed acknowledged by John Hall Esquire and by him declared to bee his last will and testament in the presence of John Awdry, Senior, Christopher Bayly, Charles Taylor.

 

 

 

Children of JOHN HALL and ELIZABETH BRUNE are:

9. i. JOHN ELISHA9 HALL, b. 1607, Bradford England; d. 1665, Newport, Rhode Island.

ii. BRUNE HALL, b. 1593.

iii. EDWARD HALL, b. 1598.

iv. THOMAS HALL, b. 1600.

v. JANE HALL, b. 1601.

vi. MARY HALL, b. 1604.

vii. DOROTHY HALL, b. 1608.

viii. NICHOLAS HALL, b. 1609.

ix. ANNE HALL, b. 1612.

x. HENRY HALL, b. 1614.

xi. WILLIAM HALL, b. 1613.

 

 

Generation No. 9

 

9. JOHN ELISHA9 HALL (JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born 1607 in Bradford England, and died 1665 in Newport, Rhode Island. He married ELIZABETH LAYTON "ROGERS" Abt. 1635 in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England.

 

Notes for JOHN ELISHA HALL:

 

 

 

Children of JOHN HALL and ELIZABETH "ROGERS" are:

10. i. HENRY10 HALL, b. 1637, MA Bay Colony, Washington Co. Rhode Island; d. November 05, 1705, Washington Co. Rhode Island.

ii. JAMES HALL, b. 1639.

 

 

Generation No. 10

 

10. HENRY10 HALL (JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born 1637 in MA Bay Colony, Washington Co. Rhode Island, and died November 05, 1705 in Washington Co. Rhode Island. He married HONOR ROGERS 1693 in Rhode Island.

 

Notes for HENRY HALL:

In 1664, Mr. Stephen Mumford, a member of the Bell Lane Seventh-Day Baptist Church in London, came to Rhode Island and finding no church of his faith, he affiliated with the Baptist church in Newport. During the next few years, a number of the members of that church embraced his views on the Sabbath and the perpetuity of the Ten Commandments. It was not their intention to sever their connection with the Baptist Church, for they thought surely a people who had suffered as the Baptists had done for Bible baptism would fellowship those who observed and defended the Bible Sabbath.

They soon discovered, however, that even in the church of Roger Williams, liberty of conscience meant liberty to believe and practice according to established dogmas and decrees. Elder John Clark, Mark Luker, and Obadiah Holmes, leaders in the church, began to preach against the practice of the Sabbath-keepers and to denounce them as heretics and schismatic. They were eventually brought to an open trial. They were cited to appear before the church and show cause why they had denied Christ not only in going to Moses for the law, but denying him by refusing the emblems of his body and blood.

They soon discovered that the purpose of the meeting was to point out to them their "error" and to compel them to abandon it. When they proposed that William Hiscox speak for the company, in which they were all agreed, the church persistently refused to hear him. After a long controversy in which feelings, on both sides, grew more intense, the accused came to consider themselves the same way as that in which they, together with those who are now opposing them, had defended the cause of the Baptists in the Puritan controversy. They also bore grateful testimony to the joy they found in keeping God's Holy Sabbath. Failing to obtain any relief from the strain of the situation, and becoming convinced that they could not keep the Sabbath and walk in fellowship with the church, the faithful five formally withdrew December 7, 1671, and the group entered into solemn covenant with each other as the First Seventh-Day Baptist Church of Newport. Early records shows that Henry Hall was a member of the early Seventh Day Baptist Church in America, as were his descendants.

Names known as being members of the Seventh Day Baptist Church, and associated with the Hall family were: Crandall, Babcock, Hiscox, Hubbard, Langworthy, Burdick, Cottrell, Lamphear, Ross, Worden, Maxson, Wilbur, Mumford, Brown, Wilcox, Tanner, Reynolds, Fuller, Thornton, Rogers, Beebe, Jewell, Larkin, Adams, Shelley and Foster, among others. Many of their children intermarried as a result of their solemn covenant with each other, and due to their forced separation from the Baptist Church.

It was during this time that the New World became a lively scene, with the execution of Quakers in the MA Bay Colony, the exile of Roger Williams, and such lesser-known proceedings as the trial and imprisonment of John Rogers in Connecticut because "he reviled tenets, clergymen, and sacraments of the prevailing religion." In 1695, he "was taken from prison, tied to a cannon, and flogged seventy-six times with a whip that had knots at its end as large as walnuts. He was then thrown in his cell without bed or bedding, not even straw, and chained to the wall." Altogether, Rogers spent eighteen years locked up. The Rogerene's lasted until World War One.

On 17 Sep 1679, Henry took the oath of allegiance in Newport, in 1687 he served on the grand jury, and in 1691 he was a deputy. He was a weaver by trade, as was his son Henry. It is speculated that his wife's first name was Honor, as his son James named his first daughter Sarah after his wife, his second daughter Jane after his wife's mother, and his third daughter Honor, presumably after his mother.

Jan. 19, 1664, Richard Knight made in partnership with Henry Hall (most likely with the assistance of Job Babcock who was an Indian interpreter), the great purchase from the Indians, of lands at Chippachog, in Westerly, which they called Westerly Manor. This area was known as Misquamicut, and Kingston, which was afterwards known as the Hall and Knight Purchase. Job was the new son-in-law, as of 1662, of the Elder John Crandall and Mary Opp, and would be thirty years later the father-in-law of Henry's son, James.

The abstracts from vol. 1 of, Rhode Island Land Evidences, in the State Archives, pg 3, "Narragansetts in the Collony of Rhod-Island ... have for. Tenn pownds in peage Eight the peny in hand by me the aforesaid Cogamaquoant Received from Richard Knight & Henry Hall both of the Towne of Newport wherwith I the sayd Cogamaqucant doe discharg the said Richard Knight and Henry Halls of all debts. I doe. . .sell. . unto the said Richard Knight & Henry Halls their heires.... a certain percell of Land Scittuate and lyinge in the aforesaid Narraganse-tts Cuntry neere or adjoininge unto the Land Formerly Sould by me unto Mr. John Porter and Mr Samll Wilbore &c at pettacomscutt and is by Esteemation two Miles Square be it more or less being butted and bounded as Followeth Vizt. on the Eastside from a place called in Indian Qumatumpick, southward to a place called chippachuat and soe westerly to a place called Quowachauck and from thence northward to place called Winatompick and so to extand from thence upon a straight line unto the first boundery to be Houlden of our Royall Soverraigne lord Charles the Second not in Capett nor by Knights service but in comon Soccage after the manner of East Greenwich in the County of Kent. Further I the said Cogamoquant doe bind myself in the sum or Bond of Five hundred pounds Starl of good and lawfnl mony of England or to the vallew therofthat the land mentioned in this deed is a good Reall and firme Estate unto the said Richard Knight and Henry Halls and that the said land is ceere and free from all intailments deeds of sale leases mortgages and all other alienation of what nature or kinds whatsoever.and to deere and remove or cause to be removed at or before the first of march next after the date hereof Every Indian or Indians Inhabiting there on and not to suffer or the future any Indian to dwell or plant upon the aforesaid Tract. . .this 19th day of January and in the yeare of our Iord god one Thousand Six hundred Sixty and fower... in pressence of John Archer, The marke of Alse Archer, Richard Bulgar, the marke of Cogamagooant, the marke of Wotomer, an Indian Cobsounk, his mark, an Indian."

Roger Williams and his diplomatic skill kept the powerful Narragansett Indians on friendly terms with the settlers; they were even persuaded to assist the colonists during their fight against the Connecticut warlike Pequots Indians. For 50 years while Massasoit was chief, peace prevailed, but his sons did not trust the English. Massasoit was so fond of the English, he ask the General Court in Plymouth to give his sons English names. His son Wamsutta was named Alexander, and son Metacom was named Philip, after ancient kings of Greece. After Massasoit's death, things soon got out of hand. Troops captured the new chief, Wamsutta - Alexander, and forced him to Plymouth, threatened him in a show of superiority, and upon his return home he became ill and died. Matacom Philip, the new chief, blamed the white man and wanted revenge for the death of his brother.

From 1675 to 1676 King Philip's War was fought, and during the Great Swamp Fight, over 700 Indian men, women and children perished. The following spring, Providence was burned to the ground, while Rogers Williams watched in disbelief. Both sides were incredibly brutal, 600 colonist died and over 3,000 Indians. Metacom was finally captured and beheaded, which effectively ended the war. His head was displayed on a fort at Plymouth for 25 years. In 1676, Henry Hall and John Knight rendered service to the Colony in King Philip's War, and on Oct 31, 1677, they were granted land in East Greenwich for service in that war. Each grantee received 100 acres. Henry was about 38 during King Philip's War and John Knight was most likely about age 58, which is based on the fact that he had been married prior to his arrival in MA about 1637.

In "Halls of New England", by David Brainard Hall, Henry Hall is mentioned as the son of John Hall of Newport, Rhode Island. He states, "Henry Hall, Sr., weaver, and Henry Hall, Jr., took the oath of fidelity Sept. 17, 1679, and also James Hall was a free inhabitant of Westerly, 1680." Henry Hall and four others, purchased on 2 May 1710, 3200 acres of land north of Pawtucket River and west by Wood River. Among the grantees of land near the last purchase in 1710-11, were John Hall, Edward Hall, Henry Hall, and Joseph Hall in 1709. Henry Hall, Jr., m. Constant. He made his will on Nov. 1, 1716, in which he mentioned his sons William, Elisha, Henry, James, John, Edward, and daughters Susannah, Lydia, Elizabeth Button, Cherry (or Mercy) Cottrel stating that Mary and Martha were not of age. (See New England Historical. Genealogy Register, volume 15).

On 28 Sep. 1705, Henry Hall's will, proved 5 Nov 1705, executor not named, so the Town Council appointed his son Edward to that office. To wife, a third of all estate real and personal, at her disposal, and son Edward to take care of her. To son Edward, a third of all land and movables. To all children, a third of estate divided equally. To eldest son Henry, 5 shillings. The children all to take care of my wife, their aged mother. Codicil gives to son Henry, half of certain tract of land. Inventory 204 pounds, 4 shillings, viz. 15 sheep 10 lambs, 2 oxen, 10 pigs, 7 swine, 2 mares, 35 loads of hay, 1 loom, 2 guns, a cutlass, 5 cows, 2 calves, 6 horses, 4 mares, also 12 mares and horses, 4 colts, a pair of oxen, a bull, 13 steers, 2 heifers, warming pan, &c.

The appointment of his son Edward as executor was asked for by following brothers and brothers-in-law, viz.: Henry, James and John Hall, Thomas Stevens, and James Adams. In 1706, in this and following year receipts were given to executor by brothers and brothers-in-law as follows, viz.: Henry, John, and James Hall, Thomas Stevens, James Adams, and Edward Larkin. Oath was also made by John Hall and William Wilkinson, that widow had received her portion.

 

Child of HENRY HALL and HONOR ROGERS is:

11. i. JOHN11 HALL, b. 1668, WaSHINGTON Co. Rhode Island; d. July 04, 1764, WaSHINGTON Co. Rhode Island.

 

 

Generation No. 11

 

11. JOHN11 HALL (HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born 1668 in WaSHINGTON Co. Rhode Island, and died July 04, 1764 in WaSHINGTON Co. Rhode Island. He married (1) ELIZABETH BALL. He married (2) ELIABETH BALL 1693.

Child of JOHN HALL and ELIZABETH BALL is:

12. i. THOMAS12 HALL, b. Bet. 1700 - 1705, Lunenburg, VA; d. May 10, 1794, Killed By Cherokee Indians at age 92.

 

Child of JOHN HALL and ELIABETH BALL is:

13. ii. WILLIAM12 HALL, b. 1722, Va; d. November 10, 1774, Frederick Co. Va.

 

 

Generation No. 12

 

12. THOMAS12 HALL (JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born Bet. 1700 - 1705 in Lunenburg, VA, and died May 10, 1794 in Killed By Cherokee Indians at age 92. He married MARTHA UNK 1733 in Halifax, Va. She was born Bet. 1700 - 1705 in lunenburg, Va, and died Bef. May 10, 1794.

Children of THOMAS HALL and MARTHA UNK are:

14. i. ISHAM13 HALL, b. 1746, Franklin Co,VA; d. 1856, Va.

ii. JOHN HALL, b. 1725; d. May 02, 1772, Pittsylvania Co. Va; m. ANN CASH, November 09, 1760; b. 1734, King George Co. Va.

iii. THOMAS HALL, b. 1725.

iv. JESSE HALL, b. 1746, Jonathan Creek Halifax Va; d. October 24, 1833, Montgomery Co. Va; m. CANDICIA DICEY FRANKLIN; b. 1746, lunenburg, Va.

v. LANDSFORD HALL, b. 1755.

vi. SAMUEL HALL, b. August 30, 1723, lunenburg, Va; d. April 05, 1792, Wilkes Co. NC; m. MILLIAN WEBB; b. 1723, Pittsylvania Co. Va; d. 1802, Wilkes Co. NC.

vii. WILLIAM HALL, b. 1722, Va; d. November 10, 1774, Frederick Co. Va; m. ELIZABETH MITCHELL; b. 1724, PA.

 

 

13. WILLIAM12 HALL (JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born 1722 in Va, and died November 10, 1774 in Frederick Co. Va. He married MARY HEPPER November 13, 1744.

Child of WILLIAM HALL and MARY HEPPER is:

15. i. ANTHONY13 HALL, b. 1752, Virginia; d. December 14, 1846, Letcher Co. Ky.

 

 

Generation No. 13

 

14. ISHAM13 HALL (THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born 1746 in Franklin Co,VA, and died 1856 in Va. He married MARY MULLINS 1766, daughter of JOHN MULLINS and VIRGINIA BAILEY. She was born 1746 in Franklin Co,VA..

Children of ISHAM HALL and MARY MULLINS are:

16. i. ISHAM14 HALL, b. 1785, Russell Co Va; d. 1856, Wise Co, Va.

ii. MARY POLLY HALL, b. 1794.

iii. LUCY HALL, b. 1770.

iv. SUSANNAH HALL, b. 1770.

v. ALEXANDER HALL, b. 1787.

vi. JOHN HALL, b. 1780.

vii. MARY HALL, b. 1794.

17. viii. ALSEY HALL, b. 1770; d. Bef. 1850.

 

 

15. ANTHONY13 HALL (WILLIAM12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born 1752 in Virginia, and died December 14, 1846 in Letcher Co. Ky. He married (1) WINNEY HARVELL September 22, 1792 in Caswell Co. North Carolina.. He married (2) RUTH BUTLER December 23, 1794 in George Butler home in Halifax Co.,Virginia.

Child of ANTHONY HALL and RUTH BUTLER is:

18. i. MARTHA "PATSY"14 HALL, b. 1802, Virginia; d. 1878, Letcher County Kentucky.

 

 

Generation No. 14

 

16. ISHAM14 HALL (ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born 1785 in Russell Co Va, and died 1856 in Wise Co, Va. He married JANE MULLINS 1818, daughter of JOHN MULLINS and VIRGINIA BAILEY. She was born 1792 in in Franklin C0. VA or NC 1880 listed VA 1860 listed NC as birth place.

Children of ISHAM HALL and JANE MULLINS are:

19. i. ANNA "ANNIE" G.15 HALL, b. 1840, Russel or Scott County, Va; d. 1903, Blaine Ky (Lawrence Co Ky).

ii. ALEXANDER HALL, b. 1816.

iii. NANCY ELIZABETH HALL, b. 1819.

iv. JOHN A. HALL, b. 1819.

v. SQUIRE HALL, b. 1830.

vi. GREENWAY HALL, b. 1832.

vii. MARY HALL, b. 1835.

viii. JAMES PRESTON HALL, b. 1836.

ix. DIDEMA HALL.

x. NANCY LOUELLA HALL.

 

 

17. ALSEY14 HALL (ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born 1770, and died Bef. 1850. She married EDWARD EDMOND HUBBARD, son of THOMAS HUBBARD and FRANCIS HOLLINGWORTH. He was born 1788 in pittsylvania co, va, and died Bef. 1850 in Russel or Scott County, Va.

Children of ALSEY HALL and EDWARD HUBBARD are:

20. i. JESSE15 HUBBARD, b. April 20, 1810, Ashe Co, North Carolina; d. March 24, 1888, Wise Co , Va.

21. ii. ROBERT SHANKLIN HUBBARD, b. 1821, Scott County, Va; d. June 29, 1889, Wise Co Va.

22. iii. RANDOLPH HUBBARD, b. 1815, Virginia; d. Bef. 1880, poung gap , wise co. va.

iv. MILLIE HUBBARD, m. BEN ALLEY.

v. RUTH HUBBARD, b. 1827; m. MIKE HARPER.

vi. ELIJAH HUBBARD, b. Abt. 1815, Ashes co. SC; m. MARY STURGEON.

vii. AILSEY HUBBARD, b. 1804, NC; d. 1884, Floyd Township, Scott Co., va; m. THOMAS ALLEY JR..

 

 

18. MARTHA "PATSY"14 HALL (ANTHONY13, WILLIAM12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born 1802 in Virginia, and died 1878 in Letcher County Kentucky. She married HENRY C. POLLEY April 15, 1819 in Floyd Co. Ky, son of EDWARD POLLEY and MARY MULLINS. He was born March 11, 1794 in tennessee, and died 1881 in Letcher Co Ky.

Children of MARTHA HALL and HENRY POLLEY are:

i. ROXANNE15 POLLY, b. 1819; m. JAMES MORGAN.

ii. MARY EMILY POLLY, b. 1822; m. JAMES MORGAN.

iii. JAMES IRA POLLY, b. 1825; m. MARGARET COMBS..

iv. EDWARD POLLY, b. 1826; m. ARTA HALL.

v. RITTER POLLY, b. 1826.

vi. MARTHA PATSY POLLY, b. 1830; m. EDWARD COMBS.

vii. HENRY POLLY, b. 1830; m. MARY "POLLY" SARGENT, July 23, 1852, Letcher Co. Ky.

viii. DICY POLLY, b. 1834; m. RUSSELL COMBS.

ix. SENA MINERVA POLLY, b. 1837; d. 1876; m. BENJAMIN ADAMS.

x. CLAIBORNE ANTHONY POLLY, b. 1828; m. (1) MARGARET UNKNOWN; m. (2) NANCY HALL, August 25, 1848, Letcher County K.

 

 

Generation No. 15

 

19. ANNA "ANNIE" G.15 HALL (ISHAM14, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born 1840 in Russel or Scott County, Va, and died 1903 in Blaine Ky (Lawrence Co Ky). She married EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD" HUBBARD, son of JESSE HUBBARD and MALINDA SALYERS. He was born January 20, 1840 in Virginia, and died November 03, 1929 in Blaine, KY Death cert. cause of death euremic poison.

 

Notes for ANNA "ANNIE" G. HALL:

Anne had read an inscription on a tombstone and wanted written on her stone. When Anne died in 1903 Louella had it put on Anne tombstone "Beware kind friend as you passby , as you are now, so once was I, As I am now, you too must be, Prepare for death, and follow me. In 1970 some of the tombstone thathad been damaged were repaired. Theverse from Anne stone was cut out and place at the entrance of the cemetery.

 

Notes for EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD" HUBBARD:

Edd served with the conferate Cav. during the war between the states. He enlisted in 1861 in Capt. Menifee's Bn. He states that "after Col. Menifee left the command I was under Col. Prentiss until the war closed"

.Company B 7th Confederate Cavalry Enl in 8/61. Was absent from command collecting deserters at the time of surrender. Previously served in Co C 5th VSL and in Company A French's Batt. VA inf PWR of James Harvey Long, p 210 PRSWVA B. 1/20/1842 in Scott Co Va Age 15 farm laborer, 1860 wise Co census Bro of Jesse (I believe he is 1st cousin) .Filed pension application in Lawrence co Ky In 1913

 

7th Edd tombstone has a confederated mark that states Co B 7th confedrated Cavalry.Edd's name appeared ins a book entiled Bushwhackers Paradise by Jeffrey Weaver. The 7th Cavalry was comprised od both Va and Ky citizens. They were said to be pretty rough characters. Co 7 was attached to Gen John Hunt Morgan and participated in the last raid of Ky.

 

Children of ANNA HALL and EDD HUBBARD are:

i. ROBERT16 HUBBARD.

23. ii. PALMIRA "AUNT PAL" HUBBARD, b. March 1863, Va; d. December 10, 1925, Boyd Co Ky.

24. iii. JOHN PRESTON BURDINE HUBBARD, b. February 27, 1866, Wise Co. Virginia; d. May 03, 1940, Lincoln Co (Kings MTn) Ky.

iv. WILLIAM MONTERVILLE HUBBARD, b. 1869.

v. TAZEWELL HUBBARD, b. 1871.

vi. NANCY HUBBARD, b. 1873.

vii. AMBROSE HUBBARD, b. 1875.

viii. ELIZABETH HUBBARD, b. 1877.

ix. EDWARD HUBBARD, b. 1879.

25. x. LOUELLA HUBBARD, b. November 16, 1882, Pound, Wise Co Va; d. March 28, 1967, Louisa Ky.

26. xi. VENIA HUBBARD, b. November 16, 1882.

 

 

20. JESSE15 HUBBARD (ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born April 20, 1810 in Ashe Co, North Carolina, and died March 24, 1888 in Wise Co , Va. He married MALINDA JENNIE SALYERS, daughter of JONATHAN SALYERS and LYDIA CASTLE. She was born 1815 in Russel County, Va, and died 1883.

 

Notes for JESSE HUBBARD:

Jesse Hubbard is shown in1880 Wise county Census as widowed , age 70 and living with him are his daughter, Susan C age 22(birth Place Ohio) his granddaughter, Elizabeth age 4 and grand son william J age 2 Both children listed birth place as Ohio. Susanah is shown in the 1870 census of Wise County as age 11. Jennie Salyers is listed on death certificate of Edd Hubbard as his mother Jennie is probably a nick name for Malinda. Also in the house of Jesse and Malinda in 1850 is Lydia Salyers, age 20, probably Malinda sister. Edd is listed as age 10

Children of JESSE HUBBARD and MALINDA SALYERS are:

i. BENJAMIN16 HUBBARD, b. 1833.

ii. JOHN W.B. HUBBARD, b. 1838, Russel County, Va; m. MARTHA J. STALLARD, January 26, 1863, Wise county Va.

 

Notes for JOHN W.B. HUBBARD:

a John W. Sgt Co. ? 7th Bn CSA Cav Dstd in wise co VA Took oath at Louisa Ky in 5/64 light hair, dark comp, gray eyes, 6'1' Previously served in the VSL

 

Also listed is Burdine Hubbard servedin company A previously served in Co C, 5th CSL and in Co. A. French Battn.

 

27. iii. EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD" HUBBARD, b. January 20, 1840, Virginia; d. November 03, 1929, Blaine, KY Death cert. cause of death euremic poison.

iv. MARTHA HUBBARD, b. 1842.

v. MARY HUBBARD, b. 1843.

vi. MALINDA HUBBARD, b. 1846.

28. vii. DAVID JESSE HUBBARD, b. 1848, Russell Co Va.

viii. WILLIAM HUBBARD, b. 1849.

29. ix. SARAH HUBBARD, b. 1854, Russell Co Va.

30. x. NOAH HUBBARD, b. 1856, Wise Co Va.

31. xi. SUSANAH HUBBARD, b. 1858, Ohio.

xii. CATHERINE HUBBARD, b. 1857.

 

 

21. ROBERT SHANKLIN15 HUBBARD (ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born 1821 in Scott County, Va, and died June 29, 1889 in Wise Co Va. He married (1) SARAH "SARY" BOLLING April 13, 1843 in Letcher Co KY, daughter of JEREMIAH BOLLING and SARAH WARD. She was born June 08, 1823 in Russell Co VA, and died 1862 in Wise Co Va. He married (2) DELILAH MULLINS November 28, 1864 in Wise county Va, daughter of JOSHUA MULLINS and MARY CAUDILL.

 

Notes for ROBERT SHANKLIN HUBBARD:

Wise county Virginia marriage indicate R.S. Hubbard performed the Marriage of his son William B. Hubbard ro both 1st and 2nd wives.

Went by Shanklin

Children of ROBERT HUBBARD and SARAH BOLLING are:

32. i. EDMOND16 HUBBARD, b. February 08, 1845, Letcher Co Ky; d. 1928, Wise Co , Va.

33. ii. JESSE HUBBARD, b. 1844, Letcher Co Ky; d. 1928.

iii. AILEY HUBBARD, b. 1849, Wise Co Va; m. JOHN H. SNODGRASS, February 23, 1867, Letcher Co Ky.

34. iv. JEREMIAH HUBBARD, b. 1851, Lee Co Va.

v. MARY HUBBARD, b. 1854; m. ANDREW COX, April 21, 1872, Wise county Va.

vi. JOHN HUBBARD, b. 1857, Wise Co Va; m. M.V.SNODGRASS, January 14, 1877, Wise county Va.

vii. JAMES HUBBARD, b. 1859; m. MARY ANN MAXWELL, June 12, 1882, Wise county Va.

viii. WILLIAM B HUBBARD, b. 1862, Wise Co Va; m. (1) POLLY ANN ROBERTS, June 25, 1881, Wise county Va; m. (2) NANCY E. MAXWELL, July 30, 1884, Wise county Va.

ix. LOUDEMA HUBBARD, b. August 06, 1846; d. January 23, 1923; m. JASON WEBB; b. March 03, 1820, Floyd County, Ky; d. December 23, 1903, Letcher Co. KY.

x. JOSEPH A. HUBBARD, b. November 29, 1857.

xi. ROBERT S. HUBBARD, b. January 05, 1858.

 

Children of ROBERT HUBBARD and DELILAH MULLINS are:

xii. LEANAH16 HUBBARD, b. 1866.

xiii. LOUISA HUBBARD, b. 1869.

xiv. JOSEPH B HUBBARD, b. June 09, 1871.

xv. ARMANDA HUBBARD, b. 1876.

 

 

22. RANDOLPH15 HUBBARD (ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born 1815 in Virginia, and died Bef. 1880 in poung gap , wise co. va. He married (1) MARY ROBERTS in Virgina. He married (2) SARAH SALYERS Bef. 1846 in Virginia, daughter of JONATHAN SALYERS and LYDIA CASTLE. She was born 1820, and died December 22, 1853 in Scott Co Va, Child Bed Fever.

Children of RANDOLPH HUBBARD and MARY ROBERTS are:

i. LUEMMA16 HUBBARD, b. 1856; m. WILLIAM G ADAMS, December 08, 1874, Wise County Virginia.

ii. ISAAC M. HUBBARD, b. 1858.

 

Child of RANDOLPH HUBBARD and SARAH SALYERS is:

iii. JACOB16 HUBBARD, b. Abt. 1847, Russell Co Virginia; m. MARY BAKER, January 02, 1873, Wise County Virginia.

 

 

Generation No. 16

 

23. PALMIRA "AUNT PAL"16 HUBBARD (ANNA "ANNIE" G.15 HALL, ISHAM14, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born March 1863 in Va, and died December 10, 1925 in Boyd Co Ky. She married HENRY MARION POLLEY September 08, 1884 in Knott Co Ky, son of RANDOLPH POLLEY and DIANAH ADAMS. He was born May 19, 1860 in Letcher Co Ky, and died May 17, 1924 in Oklahoma.

 

Notes for PALMIRA "AUNT PAL" HUBBARD:

Palmira is buried in Sanders Cem in Blaine Ky. she is the second wife of Henry Polley whose sister, Sara ann "Sallie" is the mother of Levi Miles. Levi married Palmira's sister, Louella Hubbard, Henry and Sallie sister Nancy married Louella brother, John Preston Burdine Hubbard.

 

Notes for HENRY MARION POLLEY:

She is the second wife of Henry Polley whose sister Sarah Ann "Sallie" Polley is the mother of Levi Miles. Levi Married Palmira's sister

Louella Hubbard. Henry and Sallie's sister, Nancy Rosencrane Polley married Louella's brother John Preston Burdine Hubbard.

Children of PALMIRA HUBBARD and HENRY POLLEY are:

i. IDA17 POLLEY, b. June 16, 1885, Letcher Co Ky; d. July 01, 1885, Letcher Co Ky.

35. ii. MARY ANN POLLEY, b. September 05, 1886, Letcher Co Ky; d. Knot co.

iii. NANCY VICTORIA POLLEY, b. August 05, 1888, Letcher Co Ky; d. February 10, 1889, Letcher Co Ky.

iv. STEVE POLLEY.

v. LORA PALMIRA POLLEY, b. August 15, 1890; d. December 10, 1991, Hugo Oklahoma.

vi. ROBERT G BLAIR POLLEY, b. 1910, Swink, Choctaw Co Oklahoma.

vii. ALLEN KENTON POLLEY, b. November 28, 1898; d. December 24, 1932.

viii. BESSIE POLLEY, b. October 31, 1900; d. August 16, 1916, Oklahoma.

ix. JEWEL POLLEY, b. 1905; d. June 1986.

 

 

24. JOHN PRESTON BURDINE16 HUBBARD (ANNA "ANNIE" G.15 HALL, ISHAM14, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born February 27, 1866 in Wise Co. Virginia, and died May 03, 1940 in Lincoln Co (Kings MTn) Ky. He married (1) ? BASTIN. He married (2) NANCY ROSENCRANE POLLEY September 21, 1886, daughter of RANDOLPH POLLEY and DIANA ADAMS. She was born November 22, 1867 in Letcher Co KY, and died May 03, 1928 in Pulaski County Somerset. KY Hubbard Cem.

 

Notes for JOHN PRESTON BURDINE HUBBARD:

John always wore a suit when working even in the garten. Married a second time following Nancy death. To a much younger girl

maybe 15 or 16. Divorce her after she suggested that they sell the house. Nancy was called Nannie and she is buried in the Hubbard cemetery in Pulaski County Ky near place called Estesburg. When John died the man who owned the property that had to be cross to get to the cemetery would not allow them to cross over to the Cem. Monteville Hubbard offer him $500 for access but he refused. Another site had to be found. John was buried in the Pleasant point cem. This cemetery was directly across from home and farm that Monteville owned in Kingts Mtn , Ky. Lincoln County Ky

Children of JOHN HUBBARD and NANCY POLLEY are:

36. i. FRANK17 HUBBARD, b. March 19, 1888; d. November 10, 1950.

37. ii. HENRY MONTERVILLE HUBBARD, b. July 26, 1889; d. January 21, 1943, Lincoln Co (Kings MTn) Ky.

iii. CECIL HUBBARD, b. May 04, 1891; d. August 13, 1892.

38. iv. MOLLIE VICTORIA HUBBARD, b. September 30, 1893; d. September 06, 1934.

39. v. JOHN ARVIL HUBBARD, b. December 04, 1895; d. January 19, 1976.

vi. LOLIAN HUBBARD, b. December 06, 1897; d. November 17, 1900.

40. vii. MYRTLE HUBBARD, b. February 14, 1903.

41. viii. LOCKIE ALICE HUBBARD, b. April 18, 1905.

 

 

25. LOUELLA16 HUBBARD (ANNA "ANNIE" G.15 HALL, ISHAM14, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born November 16, 1882 in Pound, Wise Co Va, and died March 28, 1967 in Louisa Ky. She married LEVI MILES January 23, 1898 in Lawrence Co Ky, son of BENJAMIN MILES and SARAH POLLEY.

 

Notes for LOUELLA HUBBARD:

Louell was a tall lady, she was much talle than her husband. She was self taught authority on Abraham Lincoln. She had a twin sister

Venia "Luvenia" Louella paly banjo. she also had Palsy her granddaughter had palsy several cousin had palsy. John Preston Burdine Hubbard had Palsy too. Think of of her brother comitted suicide, but don't nknow where the information came from. Buried in Sanders Cemetery in Blaine Ky

Children of LOUELLA HUBBARD and LEVI MILES are:

42. i. SARAH ETHEL17 MILES, b. March 1900; d. August 25, 1936, Blaine Ky (Lawrence Co Ky).

ii. ICIE ANN MILES, b. September 25, 1903, Wise Co Va; d. August 14, 1973, Huntington W Va; m. IRELAND DREW COLLIER, April 15, 1919, Blaine Ky.

iii. EGIE MILES, b. November 30, 1905, Wise Co Va; d. January 07, 1968, Downey Calif; m. (1) LON LEMONS; m. (2) JOHN POWELL.

iv. MADGE MILES, b. November 18, 1906; d. December 10, 1993, Downey Calif.

v. WANDA MILES, b. 1908; d. 1993, Smokey Valley Ky.

vi. ROBERT MAYO MILES, b. 1914; d. July 09, 1949, columbus Ohio.

vii. ORPHA BEATRICE MILES, b. July 30, 1917; m. (1) CLARENCE "HICK" LYCAN; m. (2) FONZO WILLIAMS, Lawrence Co Ky.

viii. GERTRUDE MILES, b. May 07, 1920; d. June 10, 1920; m. (1) MACK TODD; m. (2) JOHN WILSON.

 

 

26. VENIA16 HUBBARD (ANNA "ANNIE" G.15 HALL, ISHAM14, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born November 16, 1882. She married R.L. ARRINGTON.

Children of VENIA HUBBARD and R.L. ARRINGTON are:

i. ARLENA17 ARRINGTON.

ii. SUSIE ARRINGTON.

iii. ROBERTS ARRINGTON.

 

 

27. EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16 HUBBARD (JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born January 20, 1840 in Virginia, and died November 03, 1929 in Blaine, KY Death cert. cause of death euremic poison. He married ANNA "ANNIE" G. HALL, daughter of ISHAM HALL and JANE MULLINS. She was born 1840 in Russel or Scott County, Va, and died 1903 in Blaine Ky (Lawrence Co Ky).

 

Notes for EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD" HUBBARD:

Edd served with the conferate Cav. during the war between the states. He enlisted in 1861 in Capt. Menifee's Bn. He states that "after Col. Menifee left the command I was under Col. Prentiss until the war closed"

.Company B 7th Confederate Cavalry Enl in 8/61. Was absent from command collecting deserters at the time of surrender. Previously served in Co C 5th VSL and in Company A French's Batt. VA inf PWR of James Harvey Long, p 210 PRSWVA B. 1/20/1842 in Scott Co Va Age 15 farm laborer, 1860 wise Co census Bro of Jesse (I believe he is 1st cousin) .Filed pension application in Lawrence co Ky In 1913

 

7th Edd tombstone has a confederated mark that states Co B 7th confedrated Cavalry.Edd's name appeared ins a book entiled Bushwhackers Paradise by Jeffrey Weaver. The 7th Cavalry was comprised od both Va and Ky citizens. They were said to be pretty rough characters. Co 7 was attached to Gen John Hunt Morgan and participated in the last raid of Ky.

 

 

Notes for ANNA "ANNIE" G. HALL:

Anne had read an inscription on a tombstone and wanted written on her stone. When Anne died in 1903 Louella had it put on Anne tombstone "Beware kind friend as you passby , as you are now, so once was I, As I am now, you too must be, Prepare for death, and follow me. In 1970 some of the tombstone thathad been damaged were repaired. Theverse from Anne stone was cut out and place at the entrance of the cemetery.

Children are listed above under (19) Anna "Annie" G. Hall.

 

28. DAVID JESSE16 HUBBARD (JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born 1848 in Russell Co Va. He married JUDA PERKY August 16, 1870 in Russell Co Va, daughter of F. PERKY and KATIE ?.

Children of DAVID HUBBARD and JUDA PERKY are:

i. ALBERT W17 HUBBARD, b. 1872.

ii. LOUISA HUBBARD, b. 1873.

iii. GEORGE HUBBARD, b. 1874.

iv. ROBERT N. HUBBARD, b. 1875.

 

 

29. SARAH16 HUBBARD (JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born 1854 in Russell Co Va. She married JOHN MULLINS January 26, 1873 in Wise county Va, son of ELIJAH MULLINS and ELIZABETH UNKNOWN.

Children of SARAH HUBBARD and JOHN MULLINS are:

i. MADONA17 HUBBARD, b. 1873.

ii. MANERVA HUBBARD, b. 1874.

iii. JAMES N. HUBBARD, b. 1878.

 

 

30. NOAH16 HUBBARD (JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born 1856 in Wise Co Va. He married (1) ISABELLE MULLINS December 26, 1872 in Wise county Va, daughter of D. MULLINS and ESTHER ?. He married (2) MARY J.COLLINS March 27, 1878 in Wise county Va, daughter of LEWIS COLLINS and TILDY ?.

Child of NOAH HUBBARD and MARY J.COLLINS is:

i. MARY A.17 HUBBARD, b. 1880.

 

 

31. SUSANAH16 HUBBARD (JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born 1858 in Ohio. She married UNKNOWN September 17, 1873 in Wise county Va.

Children of SUSANAH HUBBARD and UNKNOWN are:

i. ELIZABETH17 HUBBARD, b. 1876, Ohio.

ii. WILLIAM J HUBBARD, b. 1878, Ohio.

 

 

32. EDMOND16 HUBBARD (ROBERT SHANKLIN15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born February 08, 1845 in Letcher Co Ky, and died 1928 in Wise Co , Va. He married MARY STURGILL July 15, 1866 in Letcher Co Ky, daughter of FRANCIS STURGILL and DELILAH MULLINS. She was born October 02, 1851 in Letcher Co Ky.

Children of EDMOND HUBBARD and MARY STURGILL are:

i. OLLIE17 HUBBARD, m. ? RUTHERFORD, Va.

ii. SARAH JANE HUBBARD.

iii. DELILAH HUBBARD.

iv. HENRY T. HUBBARD.

v. LOUDEMA HUBBARD.

vi. LEAH HUBBARD.

vii. MONROE HUBBARD.

viii. WILLARD F. HUBBARD.

 

 

33. JESSE16 HUBBARD (ROBERT SHANKLIN15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born 1844 in Letcher Co Ky, and died 1928. He married NANCY BOGGS September 17, 1865 in Wise county Va, daughter of JOHN BOGGS and KESSIAH MILLER.

 

Notes for JESSE HUBBARD:

Taken POW at Gladeville VA on 7-7-63 sent to Camp Chase in Ohio, the to Camp Douglas, Ill on 8-24-63

He was tranferred to Pt Lookout Maryland and exchanged March 2, 1865. Prior to transfer he is listed as "claims to have been loyal"

was conscripted-was captured and desires to take oth of allegiance to the US and become a legal citizen.

 

He served in company A of the 7th Battalion Confederate Calvalry- also called "Prentice Batt'n". The archives record of his service listed him as a private and a corporal. He was captured in wise county. Age 16, farm hand, 1860 wise Co census.

 

Children of JESSE HUBBARD and NANCY BOGGS are:

i. KISIAH17 HUBBARD, b. 1867.

ii. JOHN M HUBBARD, b. 1868.

iii. MARTHA J HUBBARD, b. 1870.

iv. JAMES G HUBBARD, b. 1872.

v. MARY HUBBARD, b. 1874.

vi. JEREMIAH HUBBARD, b. 1876.

vii. HENRY W HUBBARD, b. 1878.

 

 

34. JEREMIAH16 HUBBARD (ROBERT SHANKLIN15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born 1851 in Lee Co Va. He married LUCINDA STURGILL February 12, 1875 in Wise county Va, daughter of FRANCIS STURGIL and DELILA MULLINS.

Children of JEREMIAH HUBBARD and LUCINDA STURGILL are:

i. MARY L17 HUBBARD, b. 1878.

ii. PATRICK W HUBBARD, b. 1880, Wise Co Va.

 

 

Generation No. 17

 

35. MARY ANN17 POLLEY (PALMIRA "AUNT PAL"17 HUBBARD, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born September 05, 1886 in Letcher Co Ky, and died in Knot co. She married CHARLES KAZEE, son of GEORGE KAZEE.

Children of MARY POLLEY and CHARLES KAZEE are:

i. KENTON18 KAZEE, b. July 02, 1913, Boyd Co Ky.

ii. FRANK KAZEE, b. May 31, 1916, LawrenceCo KY.

iii. PALLMIRA KAZEE, b. July 14, 1920, Boyd Co Ky.

iv. SALLIE KAZEE, b. August 22, 1923, Boyd Co Ky.

v. DANIEL B KAZEE, b. December 12, 1925, Boyd Co Ky; d. January 19, 1926, Boyd Co Ky.

 

 

36. FRANK17 HUBBARD (JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born March 19, 1888, and died November 10, 1950. He married MARY DAILY HASH January 04, 1906.

Children of FRANK HUBBARD and MARY HASH are:

i. NANNIE LOU18 HUBBARD, m. UNK MILLER.

ii. ETHEL HUBBARD, b. January 07, 1907, Rockswitch, Wise Co; d. June 18, 1977; m. UNK KILGORE.

iii. EDITH HUBBARD, b. 1908; d. 1990.

iv. HAZEL HUBBARD, b. May 20, 1912; d. February 15, 1994.

v. MATTIE HUBBARD.

vi. BUDDY HUBBARD, b. June 12, 1915; d. July 17, 1928.

 

 

37. HENRY MONTERVILLE17 HUBBARD (JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born July 26, 1889, and died January 21, 1943 in Lincoln Co (Kings MTn) Ky. He married (1) MARY LEE BRUMETT December 12, 1912, daughter of GEORGE BUMMETT and MARTHA STURGEON. She was born March 26, 1895 in Va, and died October 23, 1918 in Pulaski Co, KY. He married (2) DOLLY MAE HICKS 1920, daughter of GENERAL HICKS and MARTHA MCMULLIN. She was born September 21, 1895, and died May 15, 1973 in Stanford, Ky.

Children of HENRY HUBBARD and MARY BRUMETT are:

43. i. WILLIAM FESTUS(BUDDIE)18 HUBBARD, b. June 06, 1915.

44. ii. COLONEL HUBBARD, b. September 12, 1916.

 

Children of HENRY HUBBARD and DOLLY HICKS are:

45. iii. CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"18 HUBBARD, b. May 25, 1922, Pulaski County; d. May 25, 2008, Lincoln co ky.

46. iv. ANNA MONROE "SIS" HUBBARD, b. February 13, 1925.

47. v. DOLLY LEE "DOODLE" HUBBARD, b. March 21, 1931.

48. vi. DAVID MONTERVILLE "DEE" HUBBARD, b. February 03, 1938, Lincoln Co; d. January 25, 2000, Lincoln Co.

vii. WILLIAM BUDDY HUBBARD.

viii. ALICE MARION HUBBARD, b. December 22, 1927; m. (1) VICTOR ROGERS; m. (2) VICTOR HAROLD ROGERS, April 02, 1945; b. December 06, 1927.

 

 

38. MOLLIE VICTORIA17 HUBBARD (JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born September 30, 1893, and died September 06, 1934. She married (1) WALTER PEAK August 04, 1909. She married (2) JACOB ERNEST PIKE November 10, 1919.

Children of MOLLIE HUBBARD and WALTER PEAK are:

i. ROBERT18 PEAK, b. April 25, 1910; d. 1970.

ii. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE PEAK, b. April 28, 1912; d. 1970.

 

Children of MOLLIE HUBBARD and JACOB PIKE are:

49. iii. VIRGINA18 PIKE, b. 1920.

iv. GEORGE E PIKE, b. 1922.

v. VILAS RHEA PIKE, b. 1924.

vi. DAVID M PIKE, b. 1928.

vii. JOHN A. PIKE, b. 1928.

viii. JEANNINE PIKE, b. 1933.

 

 

39. JOHN ARVIL17 HUBBARD (JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born December 04, 1895, and died January 19, 1976. He married GOLDIE BRYANT May 13, 1917, daughter of LEMONT BRYANT and MARY HINES.

Children of JOHN HUBBARD and GOLDIE BRYANT are:

i. DOROTHY MARIE18 HUBBARD, b. March 10, 1918, Pulaski County Somerset. KY.

ii. LOLA RUTH HUBBARD, b. February 15, 1921, Pulaski County Somerset. KY.

iii. LEOLA HUBBARD, b. November 04, 1922, Wise Co Va.

iv. LOCKIE HUBBARD, b. October 16, 1924, Wise Co Va; m. ALFRED SALYERS.

v. DARRELL HUBBARD, b. September 07, 1926, Wise Co Va; m. VIRGINIA HALL.

vi. DONALD BOYD HUBBARD, b. January 02, 1939, Lincoln Co.

 

 

40. MYRTLE17 HUBBARD (JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born February 14, 1903. She married EVERETT YORK May 01, 1923.

Child of MYRTLE HUBBARD and EVERETT YORK is:

i. FREDDIE MONROE18 YORK, b. February 10, 1925.

 

 

41. LOCKIE ALICE17 HUBBARD (JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born April 18, 1905. She married WALTE HANNA October 13, 1928.

Child of LOCKIE HUBBARD and WALTE HANNA is:

i. WALTER RICHARD18 HANNA.

 

 

42. SARAH ETHEL17 MILES (LOUELLA17 HUBBARD, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born March 1900, and died August 25, 1936 in Blaine Ky (Lawrence Co Ky). She married MILTON COLLIER, son of WILLIS COLLIER and ELIZEBEH VANOVER.

Children of SARAH MILES and MILTON COLLIER are:

i. LILLIAN ARLENA18 COLLIER, b. 1927.

ii. CHARLES EVERETT COLLIER, b. 1929.

iii. VERA MAE COLLIER, b. 1926, Blaine Ky (Lawrence Co Ky).

iv. HAROLD WADE FRALEY, b. July 31, 1921; d. February 15, 1978; m. GENEVA ELKINS.

 

Notes for HAROLD WADE FRALEY:

Harold father was Clyde Fraley. Clyde was not married to Sarah. But he helped support Harold with money.

 

 

Generation No. 18

 

43. WILLIAM FESTUS(BUDDIE)18 HUBBARD (HENRY MONTERVILLE18, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born June 06, 1915. He married BELLE FARMER.

Children of WILLIAM HUBBARD and BELLE FARMER are:

i. JACKIE19 HUBBARD.

ii. NORA HUBBARD.

iii. EARNIE HUBBARD.

iv. LEE ANN HUBBARD.

v. LOUISE HUBBARD.

 

 

44. COLONEL18 HUBBARD (HENRY MONTERVILLE18, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born September 12, 1916. He married (1) MARY EVA CARIER. He married (2) MARY EVA CARRIER. He married (3) MARY EVA CARRIER, daughter of MILTON CARRIER and HANNAH HUTCHISON. She was born June 10, 1921 in Lincoln County KY.

Child of COLONEL HUBBARD and MARY CARIER is:

i. HENRY19 HUBBARD.

 

Child of COLONEL HUBBARD and MARY CARRIER is:

ii. HENRY19 HUBBARD.

 

Child of COLONEL HUBBARD and MARY CARRIER is:

iii. HENRY MILTON19 HUBBARD.

 

 

45. CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"18 HUBBARD (HENRY MONTERVILLE18, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born May 25, 1922 in Pulaski County, and died May 25, 2008 in Lincoln co ky. He married LOLA JANE JENKINS 1942 in Kings Mtn, daughter of JAMES JENKINS and LAURA FLOYD. She was born July 29, 1924 in Lincoln County.

Children of CHARLES HUBBARD and LOLA JENKINS are:

50. i. WILLIAM ROBERT19 HUBBARD, b. July 28, 1943, Lincoln Co (Kings MTn) Ky.

51. ii. DEANNA HUBBARD, b. January 22, 1945.

iii. CHARLES DUANE HUBBARD, b. January 19, 1947, Kings Mtn ky; d. June 22, 1947, Kings Mtn ky.

 

Notes for CHARLES DUANE HUBBARD:

Born at the Davenport farm at Kings Mtn on the Duncan Road, delivered by

Dr. Williams and another Dr. Born with cord around his neck. Duane died by fallen between the

bed and wal and choke to death.

 

52. iv. LANNY ROY HUBBARD, b. March 18, 1949, Kings Mtn Ky.

53. v. RITA MAE HUBBARD, b. January 07, 1951, Hall Gap.

 

 

46. ANNA MONROE "SIS"18 HUBBARD (HENRY MONTERVILLE18, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born February 13, 1925. She married LEWIS ESTES.

Children of ANNA HUBBARD and LEWIS ESTES are:

i. MONNIE19 ESTES.

54. ii. RONNIE ESTES.

iii. LOU ANN ESTES, m. MARLON CLARKSON.

 

 

47. DOLLY LEE "DOODLE"18 HUBBARD (HENRY MONTERVILLE18, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born March 21, 1931. She married MANUEL PULLIAM.

Children of DOLLY HUBBARD and MANUEL PULLIAM are:

i. MANUEL LEE19 PULLIAM.

ii. LARRY PULLIAM.

iii. VICTOR LYNN PULLIAM.

iv. GARY PULLIAM.

v. MELISSA PULLIAM.

 

 

48. DAVID MONTERVILLE "DEE"18 HUBBARD (HENRY MONTERVILLE18, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born February 03, 1938 in Lincoln Co, and died January 25, 2000 in Lincoln Co. He married LUCY HOWARD.

Children of DAVID HUBBARD and LUCY HOWARD are:

i. SHELLY19 HUBBARD, m. BOYD HARRIS.

ii. ELIZABETH HUBBARD.

 

 

49. VIRGINA18 PIKE (MOLLIE VICTORIA18 HUBBARD, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born 1920. She married ESTILL JENKINS December 12, 1936, son of JAMES JENKINS and LAURA FLOYD. He was born May 28, 1915, and died April 19, 1999 in Kings Mtn buried in Pleasant Point Cem.

Child of VIRGINA PIKE and ESTILL JENKINS is:

i. BABY19 JENKINS, b. June 22, 1937; d. June 22, 1937, Lincoln Co.

 

 

Generation No. 19

 

50. WILLIAM ROBERT19 HUBBARD (CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"19, HENRY MONTERVILLE18, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born July 28, 1943 in Lincoln Co (Kings MTn) Ky. He married FEONA JANE CARIEL July 03, 1965 in Elgin Ill. She was born in Elgin Ill.

Children of WILLIAM HUBBARD and FEONA CARIEL are:

55. i. BRIAN ROBERT20 HUBBARD, b. October 03, 1966.

56. ii. CRAIG ROY HUBBARD, b. February 17, 1971.

 

 

51. DEANNA19 HUBBARD (CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"19, HENRY MONTERVILLE18, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born January 22, 1945. She married (1) VERNON LEROY YOUNG in Tenn, son of VERNON YOUNG and GLADYS YOUNG. He was born October 23, 1939, and died October 02, 1993 in Stanford KY. She married (2) JAMES FLOYD April 26, 1984 in Tenn. He was born August 16, 1940.

Children of DEANNA HUBBARD and VERNON YOUNG are:

57. i. MARTIN LEROY20 YOUNG.

ii. MARLA JOY YOUNG, b. May 17, 1973; m. FOSTER COOK, May 15, 1999, Pleasant Point Kings Mtn; b. December 15, 1969.

iii. MELINDA ANN YOUNG, b. May 17, 1973; m. TIMMY JONES, August 03, 1996, Pleasant Point Kings Mtn.

iv. MEGAN YOUNG, b. July 10, 1978; m. CAMERON SAYLOR, October 23, 1999.

 

 

52. LANNY ROY19 HUBBARD (CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"19, HENRY MONTERVILLE18, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born March 18, 1949 in Kings Mtn Ky. He married SANDRA JEAN CARRIER April 05, 1969 in Highland, Ky Mt Moriah, daughter of EUGENE CARRIER and LOIS DAUGHERTY. She was born August 09, 1951 in Danville, Ky.

Children of LANNY HUBBARD and SANDRA CARRIER are:

i. DUANE ROBERT "ROBBIE"20 HUBBARD, b. September 10, 1970, Danville Ky.

ii. MICHAEL RYAN HUBBARD, b. March 27, 1974, Danville Ky.

 

 

53. RITA MAE19 HUBBARD (CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"19, HENRY MONTERVILLE18, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born January 07, 1951 in Hall Gap. She married JOHN HAZLETT in Kings Mtn Pleasant Point Baptist, son of BOB HAZLETT and EDNA HAZLETT.

Children of RITA HUBBARD and JOHN HAZLETT are:

58. i. TRAY RENEE20 HAZLETT, b. South Coralina.

59. ii. RHONDA MICHELLE HAZLETT.

iii. KAREN HAZLETT.

iv. DAVID HAZLETT.

 

 

54. RONNIE19 ESTES (ANNA MONROE "SIS"19 HUBBARD, HENRY MONTERVILLE18, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) He married KATHY YOUNG, daughter of VERNON YOUNG and GLADYS YOUNG.

Child of RONNIE ESTES and KATHY YOUNG is:

i. JAKE20 ESTES.

 

 

Generation No. 20

 

55. BRIAN ROBERT20 HUBBARD (WILLIAM ROBERT20, CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"19, HENRY MONTERVILLE18, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born October 03, 1966. He married KIM.

Child of BRIAN HUBBARD and KIM is:

i. HALLEY21 HUBBARD.

 

 

56. CRAIG ROY20 HUBBARD (WILLIAM ROBERT20, CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"19, HENRY MONTERVILLE18, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born February 17, 1971. He married (1) JENNIFER SIMPSON. He married (2) TRACY DOSS.

Child of CRAIG HUBBARD and JENNIFER SIMPSON is:

i. TYLER RYAN21 HUBBARD.

 

Child of CRAIG HUBBARD and TRACY DOSS is:

ii. BRALEY21 HUBBARD.

 

 

57. MARTIN LEROY20 YOUNG (DEANNA20 HUBBARD, CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"19, HENRY MONTERVILLE18, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) He married SISSY.

Children of MARTIN YOUNG and SISSY are:

i. GENTRY21 YOUNG.

ii. CHASTEN YOUNG.

 

 

58. TRAY RENEE20 HAZLETT (RITA MAE20 HUBBARD, CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"19, HENRY MONTERVILLE18, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) was born in South Coralina. She married DENNIS WEISKIRCHER in Germany.

Children of TRAY HAZLETT and DENNIS WEISKIRCHER are:

i. REAGEN21 WEISKIRCHER.

ii. LEYNA WEISKIRCHER.

 

 

59. RHONDA MICHELLE20 HAZLETT (RITA MAE20 HUBBARD, CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"19, HENRY MONTERVILLE18, JOHN PRESTON BURDINE17, EDD "EADMOND""EDWARD"16, JESSE15, ALSEY14 HALL, ISHAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN ELISHA9, JOHN8, JOHN7, THOMAS6, WILLIAM5, THOMAS4, NICHOLAS3, THOMAS2 HALLE, THOMAS ATTE1) She married JACK GALLAWAY.

Child of RHONDA HAZLETT and JACK GALLAWAY is:

i. FAITH JACKSON21 GALLAWAY.