Adjacent to Alfred in 1900
Hall, Jefferson, head, b. Jul 1844, married 36 yrs, ME ME ME, day laborer
Nancy J, wife, b. Apr 1853, married 36 years, 3 of 5 children living, ME ME ME
William B, son, b. Jun 1880, ME ME ME
1850 US Census Canaan, Somerset, Maine
Hall, Nathaniel L, 47, ME
Sarah, 43, ME
Jefferson A, 5, ME
1920 US census, Belfast, Waldo, Maine
Hall, Alfred J, head, 48, ME ME ME, Pendleton Bros Shipyard
Nellie B, wife, 38, ME ME ME
Walter E, son, 20, ME ME ME, steamboat fireman
Albert R, son, 18, ME ME ME, US soldier -his line crossed out
Claud H, son, 14
Harrie E, son, 10,
Jef'n, son, 9,
Lillian M, dau, 3y, 5 mo
Louis H, son, 1 y, 3 mo
1930 US census Belfast, Waldo, ME - fuzzy copy again
Hall, Alfred J, head,
1890 census doesn't exist anymore, fire destroyed
Unable to locate family of Alfred in 1880, or Jefferson and Nancy.
In Maine, the vital records are located in the individual town offices.
FamilySearch.org, the site ran by the LDS church microfilmed all these old records. You can locate records in their online library index, then go to the closest Family History Center ran by the LDS church and order them in to view. In many old town records you will find listings of households, giving the birth, death, marriage dates for the household.
Maine counties went through lot of reorganization in early history, and Maine started as part of Massachusetts. You'll have to do some digging into history of towns to find out what county they belonged to at various time periods.
Hall is often mis-indexed in records. I found my Maine Halls a Hall, Hale, Hull, Kall, Kale, Hell...
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