|Death: ||Jan. 20, 1792|
John was interred besides his father in the plantation cemetery and the two graves were enclosed by an iron fence. Years later his fathers remains were reinterred under a monument in Augusta. William D'Antignac, who then owned the plantation, shipped the marble slab from the vault to Hall's Connecticut hometown. The National Society of the DAR memorialized this original gravesite in 1936. John's widowed mother died on the plantation in Nov of 1793. Thus within a three and a half year period, this line of the Hall family ended.
Lyman Hall (1724 - 1790)
Mary Osborne Hall (1736 - 1793)
Here rest in peace, the ashes of a youth, virtuous and amiable, whose name and memory will long survive this pettered marble. Sympathy and friendship here shall mourn and modest merit drop a solemn tear. For reader know this tomb inshrines the remains of John Hall, Esquire, who in the prime of life, esteem and prosperity, was called hence, to a better world. He died January 20, 1792 in the 27th year of his age. Worth, truth and justice, marked him as their own and watts and friendship, sorrowing scribes his stone.
Hall Family Cemetery
Maintained by: Cheryl Cartwright
Originally Created by: Jimmy Morris
Record added: Nov 02, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 61033244