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Biography: Bolling Hall born January 25, 1767 – photograph

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Bolling Hall born 1767
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BOLLING HALL

BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY

(1767-1836)

Autauga and Elmore County, Alabama

Bolling HALL was born on 25th of January 1767 in Dinwiddle County, Virginia to Hugh Hall and Mary Dixon.


He served in the military in 1783 in Revolutionary War and was living in 1818 in Autauga County, Alabama. He was Chairman of the Welcome Committee for General Lafayette to Alabama in 1824 in Fort Mitchell, Chattahoochee River, Alabama.

Bolling married Jane Abercrombie on the 25th day of October 1798 and died at his plantation, Ellerslie on 25 Feb 1836 in Autauga County, Alabama. Bolling Hall’s home, Ellerslie, was formerly in Autauga County, Alabama. When Elmore County, Alabama was created from a portion of Autauga County, his home became a part of Elmore County. Jane Abercrombie was the daughter of Revolutionary War soldier, Charles Abercrombie (1742-1821) and Edwina Dicey Malinda (Booth) Abercrombie

“He served when 16 yrs. old in the Revolutionary War in defence of the rights of man. After the termination of that war, and the establishing of our present form of government; he emigrated to the State of Georgia, where having filled many official stations to the satisfaction of the people; he was elected to the Representative Branch of the Legislature and finally to the same branch of the Congress of the U.S. and was a member of that body at the time and voted for the declaration of war against Great Britain A.D. 1812. A Republican of ’98, through his whole political career he was esteemed for his firmness and devoted attachment to the Constitution and the cause of the people. Apart from his public virtues his private worth endeared him to his friends; a good husband, parent, and neighbor, he was loved by all. He removed to Ala. A.D. 1818. She who knew him best–his companion for 38 years–inscribes this testimonial of her love to him whilst living and her sorrow for his loss in death.—(Tombstone Inscription.—Miller & Herd, Montgomery, Alabama)

His son Bolling Hall II served in the Alabama Legislature and was a member of the Alabama Militia’s 1st Regiment during the Creek War of 1836. His grandson Bolling Hall III served as Colonel of the Confederate 59th Alabama Infantry Regiment during the Civil War.

In 1840, his home, Ellerslie, is listed in Autauga County, Alabama and members of the household were: Bolling, Dixon, Eliza, Henry G., Jane, Robert M., Sarah, William and William B.

Known children include:

1.Mary Wilkie Hall (1800-1820) married Green Wood

2.Nancy Anderson Hall (1801-1841) married James Mitchell

3.Martha Bryan Hall (1803 – 1848) married John Smith Bailey

4.Jane Abercrumbie Hall (1807-1858) married William Vance Thompson

5.Emma Bolling Hall (1809-1859) married Absaom Jackson

6.Bolling Hall, Jr. (1815-1899) married Mary Louisa Crenshaw

7. Laura Hall (1815-1899) married Samuel Doak Holt

8.Sarah Helen Hall (1824- 1892) married William Jacob Sasnett

SOURCES

1. Findagrave.com 34126819 & 34127720 # 39924833 # 39924518 # 39924259 # 57340762 # 61609743# 34137628# 39923575# 19461062

2.(Tombstone Inscription.—Miller & Herd, Montgomery, Alabama)

3.Biographical Directory of the United States Congress

4.The history of the Elms

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Donna R. Causey, resident of Alabama, was a teacher in the public school system for twenty years. When she retired, Donna found time to focus on her lifetime passion for historical writing. She developed the websites www.alabamapioneers and www.daysgoneby.me All her books can be purchased at Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. She has authored numerous genealogy books. RIBBON OF LOVE: A Novel Of Colonial America (TAPESTRY OF LOVE) is her first novel in the Tapestry of Love about her family where she uses actual characters, facts, dates and places to create a story about life as it might have happened in colonial Virginia. Faith and Courage: Tapestry of Love (Volume 2) is the second book and the third FreeHearts: A Novel of Colonial America (Book 3 in the Tapestry of Love Series) Discordance: The Cottinghams (Volume 1) is the continuation of the story. . For a complete list of books, visit Donna R Causey

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  1. […] Elmore County, AL) married Bolling Hall (Dec. 25, 1767 VA – Feb. 25, 1836 Elmore County, Alabama) See his biography here They had many […]

  2. […] to the military and a large contingent of Indians, many citizens of the new State, among them Boling Hall, Member of Congress, Governor Murphy, John D. Bibb, Colonel Freeman, and Colonel James […]

  3. […] made a short speech. They were both Senators in Congress after that, and I think at the same time. Boling Hall was one among many other intelligent men who settled in Autauga county at an early […]

  4. […] first property owners were: D. H. Mayhew, Ross A. Pope, John D. Bibb, John McRhea, Bolling Hall, J. B. Clopton, Ann T. Robinson, Mary W. Bibb, Mr. Reese, Mr. Roberts, Mr. Dudley, Mr. Bradford and […]

  5. […] Hall, Jr. was born May 8, 1813 in Hancock County, Georgia to Bolling, Sr. and Jane (Abercrombie) Hall. He was educated in Autauga County, Alabama and the University of Georgia. He graduated from Univ. […]

  6. […] the sister of Mr. Hails; Captain John Cheney, whose wife was the sister of Dr. Bellinger; Colonel Bolling Hall, Hon. John A. Elmore, Hon. W. P. Chilton, and a host of others. Among his young friends were Captain […]

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