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Bolling Hall
Birth: Dec. 25, 1767
Dinwiddie County
Virginia, USA
Death: Feb. 25, 1836
Elmore County
Alabama, USA

US Congressman. He served in the Revolutionary War as a teenager, afterwards settling in Hancock County, Georgia, where he operated a farm. Active in local politics and government, he served in the Georgia House of Representatives from 1800 to 1802 and 1804 to 1806. In 1810 Hall was elected to the US House of Representatives as a Democratic-Republican and served three terms, 1811 to 1817. After leaving Congress, Hall moved to Alabama, establishing an Autauga (now Elmore) County plantation he called "Ellerslie". In recognition of his status as a Revolutionary War veteran, in 1824 he was Chairman of the local committee that greeted General Lafayette when he came to Alabama as part of his US tour. 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. The home at Ellerslie still stands, and both the house and the Hall Family Cemetery are included on Alabama's Register of Landmarks and Heritage. (bio by: Bill McKern) 
Family links: 
  Jane Abercrombie Hall (1781 - 1841)
  Mary Wilkie Hall Wood (1800 - 1820)*
  Ann Anderson Hall Mitchell (1801 - 1841)*
  Martha Bryan Hall Thomas (1803 - 1848)*
  Eliza Dixon Hall Brown (1806 - 1887)*
  Jane Abercrumbie Hall Thompson (1807 - 1858)*
  Emma Bolling Hall Jackson (1809 - 1859)*
  Bolling Hall (1813 - 1897)*
  Laura Hall Holt (1815 - 1899)*
  Amanda Hall Snodgrass (1818 - 1880)*
  Mary Bibb Hall Hall (1820 - 1909)*
  Sarah Helen Hall Sasnett (1824 - 1892)*
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BOLLING HALL. Who was born in Dinwiddie County Virginia, on the 25th day of January A..D. 1767. Was married to Jane Abercrombie on the 25th day of October A..D. 1798, and died at Ellerslie, his residence in Autauga County, Alabama, on the 25th day of February A..D. 1836. 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.
Hall Family Cemetery
Elmore County
Alabama, USA
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Originally Created by: Bill McKern
Record added: Feb 23, 2009
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Bolling Hall
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