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Thomas Hall (Hael)

Also Known As: "Thomas Hale", "Tom Hal"
Birthplace: Wales, United Kingdom
Death: Died in New York, New York, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Nathan Hael and Susan Hael
Husband of Mary Elizabeth Hall (Hael) and Anna Quick
Father of Margaret Elizabeth Edwards

Occupation: Tobacco Planter, adventurer
Managed by: Wesley Freeman Fields
Last Updated:

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.


  1. 1639 to Mary Elizabeth Drury (d. 12 Mar 1640)
  2. 1641 to Anna Mitford

Child of Mary Elizabeth Drury and Thomas Hall:

  1. Elizabeth b: 1640 married Thomas Nathaniel Edwards (1635-1698) The Old Ship Master



Land grants

Tobacco Planter on Manhattan & Long Island
Details of Land grants on one of his slaves' profile

modern controversy

Manhattan Real estate

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Thomas Hall's Timeline

Wales, United Kingdom
Age 48
Denbigh, Denbighshire, Wales, United Kingdom
May 9, 1669
Age 51
New York, New York, United States