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Joseph John Hall
Birth: Mar. 26, 1815
Maury County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Sep. 24, 1902
Viola Center
Audubon County
Iowa, USA

When Joseph John Hall was born on March 26, 1815, in Maury Co, Tennessee, his father, Benjamin, was 29 and his mother, Sarah, was 26. He married Delaney (Delania) Oller and they had seven children together. He then married Sarah Starr and they had four children together. He died on September 24, 1902, in Audubon Co, Iowa, having lived a long life of 87 years, and was buried there.

"Iowa, Deaths and Burials, 1850-1990," index, FamilySearch ( : accessed 26 February 2015), Joseph John Hall, 24 Sep 1902; citing , reference Vol. 2 p54; FHL microfilm 1,521,939.
Family links: 
  Benjamin Hall (1786 - 1836)
  Survilla Jane Hall Warren (1838 - 1911)*
  Thomas Jefferson Hall (1844 - 1889)*
  Hebert Charles Hall (1846 - 1885)*
  Adelade A. Hall Fisher (1851 - 1933)*
  Cornelius D Hall (1853 - 1934)*
  Henry Segal Hall (1862 - 1949)*
  William A. Hall (1867 - 1940)*
  Green William Hall (1812 - 1887)*
  Joseph John Hall (1815 - 1902)
*Calculated relationship
Note: Joseph's grave is unmarked though three of his grand children are in this cemetery. It is assumed his grave is either nearby or he is buried with them. His yougest son, William A. Hall, with whom he lived his last years, was a poor farmer.
Viola Center Cemetery
Viola Center
Audubon County
Iowa, USA
Created by: RD Hall
Record added: Feb 10, 2014
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Joseph John Hall
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Joseph John Hall
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Joseph John Hall
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The progenitor of scores of Hall's in Southwestern Iowa ... your life begat generations of us. May you rest in peace. In loving memory, from one of your 3rd great grandsons.
- RD Hall
 Added: Apr. 16, 2017
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