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Re: Hall Family of Barton, KS
Posted by: Howard Boswell (ID *****8692) Date: January 14, 2012 at 08:47:29
In Reply to: Hall Family of Barton, KS by Laura Souder of 244

Laura:

I checked the census records and I do find a Wiliam A Hall in one census year, 1920 in Barton county. This one moved ar.ound a lot. Not sure if he is the one you are looking for , but here is what I find;

I first find him in Kansas in 1900, Rooks Co he was born in Jan 1858 in Ohio, his parents said born in WIs. , his father and mother from Conn. His wife was Sarah J. , b May 1856 in Ill, with English parents, they had but one child born to them , William Harry Hall, b June of 1888 in Kansas.

By 1910 William and son were in Sherman Co, wife no present, William on this census said married 2 for 5 yrs, but did not show a wife, ony the Jony family of 7, as Servants and Boarders.

In 1920 Barton co. The son Harry then 28 was married to Meta A. of SD, and the Father Walliam A then 59 and widowed lived with them.They were farmers.

The 1925 State Census the famiy was in Smith Co. where the Son and family now had two children Ester M. a dau, aged 12, and a son William Ueath age 8. The father William lsted with them as married and this time says he was from Ill.

In another page he was listed again with a wife Esther age 66 from Iowa, and they were still living in Smith Co. in 1930 aged 72 and 70. I did not find out any death records for them .

I hope this has been helpful. Howard Boswell


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