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Mary Hall (Parker)

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Birthplace: Connecticut Colony
Death: September 22, 1725 (77)
Wallingford, New Haven County, CT, United States
Place of Burial: Wallingford, New Haven County, Connecticut, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Edward Parker, of New Haven and Elizabeth Rose
Wife of John Hall
Mother of Mary Turner; Infant Hall; Elizabeth Ferris; Daniel Hall; Mary Page and 7 others
Half sister of Sgt. John Parker; Hope Cook; Lydia Thomas; Joseph Parker; Hannah Brooks and 2 others

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About Mary Hall

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=20147222&ref=wvr

Birth: Apr. 27, 1648 Death: Sep. 22, 1725

wife of Deacon John Hall (1646-1721), daughter of Edward and Elizabeth Parker

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Children:
 John Hall (1678 - 1766)*
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Burial: Center Street Cemetery Wallingford New Haven County Connecticut, USA

Created by: Jan Franco Record added: Jun 28, 2007 Find A Grave Memorial# 20147222

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Source- http://www.plefka.net/Family/Family66.htm John Hall the son of John and Jeanne (Wollen) Hall, married Mary Parker on Dec. 6, 1666,. They lived in Wallingford, Connecticut. John's occupation was turner (worker in wood). John was deacon of the first Wallingford church; selectman in 1675; deputy of the General Court at Hartford, 1687. A descendant, Rev. Aaron Hall of Keene, had recently a piece of the family silver in their posession marked "John and Mary Hall."

Mary Parker was the daughter of Edward John Parker (1622-1662) and Elizabeth Wood (1626-1677) They lived in New Haven. There are claims that both were born there but since New Haven had not been established until 1638 that is unlikely. Mary's grandfather was reported to be William of Earl Ofmorley of Hanbury Compa Parker (1530-1662) of London England. He is listed as being in Nansemond Virginia at the time of his death. William Parker's wife's name is unknown but she is reported to have been born in England in 1586 and dying in Wallingford, CT, date unknown. Mary's grandparents on her mother's side were Henry Wood (1575-1636) and Isabell Goodspeed (1579-1634) of Buckinghamshire, England. Neither came to America which supports the supposition that Elizabeth Wood and most likely her husband John Parker were born in England.

Children were: Elizabeth b. N.H., Aug. 11, 1670; Daniel b. July 26, 1672; Mary b. June 23, 1675; Nathaniel b. Feb. 8, 1677; John b. March 14, 1681; Lydia b. Jan 22, 1683; Samuel b. Dec. 24, 1686; d. Nov. 1, 1689; Esther b. Aug. 30, 1693; and Caleb b. Sept. 14, 1697

Genealogical Notes above: Relating to the families of Hon. Lyman Hall, of Georgia; Hon. Samuel Holden Parsons Hall, of Binghamton, N.Y.; and Hon. Nathan Kelsey Hall, of Buffalo, N.Y.

John died on September 2, 1721 and Mary on September 22, 1725.


New England Marriages Prior to 1700 - Ancestry.com


GEDCOM Note

Born April 27, 1648. Married John Hall Dec. 6, 1666 at New Haven, CT.

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Mary Hall's Timeline

1648
August 27, 1648
Connecticut Colony
1665
1665
Scituate, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States
1667
1667
1670
August 11, 1670
1672
1672
Wallingford, New Haven, CT
1675
June 28, 1675
Wallingford, New Haven County, Connecticut Colony
1677
February 8, 1677
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
1677
New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut Colony
1681
March 14, 1681
Wallingford, New Haven County, Connecticut Colony