Hall Cemetery

Hall Cemetery
At Lower Twin Branches on Rt. 611
 

Documented by Gerene Fleming, 2002

 
 
General Holland Hall
Nov. 18, 1918
Dec. 10, 1921
"Little Holland is gone to his home in Heaven."
 
 
Silas Edison Hall
Feb. 20, 1914
June 9, 1914
"From Mother's arms to the arms of Jesus"
 
 
Ollie Hall
Feb. 16, 1845
Nov. 11,1896
"Mother is gone but not forgotten"
 
 
King Solomon Hall
Aug. 25, 1882
Jan. 6, 1928
"By what I do and the spirit in which I do it
I can express my love for Christ."
 
 
"The Lord is my Shepherd"
Ellwood Hall
Feb. 22, 1924
Mar. 19, 1924
"He carries the Lamb in his Bosom"
 
 
Dempsey Hall
April 5, 1911
Aug. 19, 1918
"Not lost but gone before
He carries the lambs in His bosom"

 

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~ About the Cemetery Data Preservation Project ~

If the name of a particular cemetery is unclear, we will refer to the cemetery by the surname of the most graves in it. Any notes appearing in parenthesis were added by the person transcribing the information from the stone.

The NSDAR, state organizations, individual DAR Chapter or Chapters, or any Volunteer providing data for this project shall not be held responsible for any errors of information provided.

 

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