Thomas Hall (Hael)
|Also Known As:||"Thomas Hale", "Tom Hal"|
|Birthplace:||Wales, United Kingdom|
|Death:||Died in New York, New York, United States|
|Occupation:||Tobacco Planter, adventurer|
|Managed by:||Wesley Freeman Fields|
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About Thomas Hall
Thomas Hall was born in 1614 (perhaps in Wales) and died 9 May 1669 in New York.
On Nov. 29th, 1642, Gov. William Kieff of the Dutch West Indies company granted a tract of land alleged to contain some 50,000 acres to Thomas Hael (Hall or Hales) (see section below). The land (or lands?) was/were situated on the banks of the Hudson River and comprising part of Manhattan borough, New York.
• with 92 others, one who co-signed the Remonstrance that convinced Stuyvesant to surrender New Netherland to the British in 1664.
- 1639 to Mary Elizabeth Drury (d. 12 Mar 1640)
- 1641 to Anna Mitford
Child of Mary Elizabeth Drury and Thomas Hall:
- Elizabeth b: 1640 married Thomas Nathaniel Edwards (1635-1698) The Old Ship Master
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