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Elmira Montague Hitchcock Hall
Birth: Oct. 29, 1821
Pittsford
Rutland County
Vermont, USA
Death: Sep. 8, 1898
Proctor
Rutland County
Vermont, USA

Wife of William Hall. Daughter of Revolutionary War Patriot John Hitchcock of Connecticut and Lucy Ripley.
DAR Real Daughter

At the age of 15, Elmira went to Middlebury Female Seminary and then to Burlington Female Seminary. When she was 18, Elmira went to the home of her older sister, Frances Chatterton, who lived in Alabama for 18 months. She taught school there. She married William Elias Hall on May 15, 1848. They lived in Troy, New York until 1856, then returned to Pittsford and lived on a farm.
 
 
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 Parents:
  John Hitchcock (1760 - 1836)
  Lucy Ripley Manley (1789 - 1865)
 
 Spouse:
  William Elias Hall (1818 - 1892)*
 
 Children:
  Alice Montague Hall Andrews (1850 - 1926)*
  Cora Davenport Hall (1854 - ____)*
 
 Siblings:
  Amy Hitchcock**
  infant eight Hitchcock**
  infant seven Hitchcock**
  infant six Hitchcock**
  infant five Hitchcock**
  infant four Hitchcock**
  infant three Hitchcock**
  infant two Hitchcock**
  infant one Hitchcock**
  Hannah Weed Hitchcock Smith (1815 - 1898)*
  John Ripley Hitchcock (1817 - 1842)*
  Frances Montague Hitchcock Chatterton (1819 - 1899)*
  Elmira Montague Hitchcock Hall (1821 - 1898)
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Evergreen Cemetery
Pittsford
Rutland County
Vermont, USA
 
Maintained by: geniebug
Originally Created by: Anonymous
Record added: Dec 13, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 32153205
Elmira Montague <i>Hitchcock</i> Hall
Added by: Jen Snoots
 
Elmira Montague <i>Hitchcock</i> Hall
Added by: Jen Snoots
 
 
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Elvira was a member of DAR & a Real Daughter, which means either/or her father/mother participated in the Revolutionary war
- nancy snow west
 Added: Sep. 24, 2012

- Linda Davis
 Added: Aug. 12, 2011

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