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John Kane Hall (bef. 1880)

John Kane Hall
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John was born in 1880.

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  • I can't find a specific record for John Kane Hall, but his mother's 1900 census record states she was the mother of 11 children. So it is possible he could be one of the missing children. Perhaps died very young, and unrecorded.(Mutimer-76 02:03, 15 August 2021 (UTC))

John Hosey Hall and Nancy Elizabeth Rickles Hall are listed as the parents for John Kane Hall and this may not be accurate.

Based on 1870 Federal Census and the 1880 Federal Census of Jackson County, Alabama, for the household for John H. Hall and his wife Nancy there is no son with the name John Kane Hall. The following children are listed in the household: William M. Hall, born about 1863; Solomon W. Hall, born about 1865; Mary A. Hall, born about 1868; Sirena C., born about 1871 (daughter); Carrol J. Hall born about 1874 (son); Elija M. Hall, born about 1877 (son); and Francis E., born about 1878 (daughter).

1/13/2021 - The only John Kane/Cain Hall that I've found is for the son of H N Hall and L G Hassell, who was married to a Martha. See this record: "United States Census, 1920", database with images, FamilySearch ( : 20 December 2020), John K Hall, 1920. Wife: Martha Hall. His profile at is This person was known as "John H Hall" per these records. I do not think there was a "John Kane Hall", son of John Hosea and Nancy R Hall. Fetterly-28 06:25, 14 January 2021 (UTC)


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Callaghan-135 and Hall-107 do not represent the same person because: I am rejecting the merge as the persons have different names so how can they be possibly be the same person to warrant a merge. I see you have a Mary Ellen Callaghan who died in England but you don't have any indication where Mary Ellen was born to verify any connect to my 3rd great grandfather who was born and died in Ireland.
posted by [Living O'Sullivan]
Callaghan-135 and Hall-107 appear to represent the same person because: Peter Callaghan is my Great, Great, Great, Great, Uncle. His Half Brother was my 4x Great Grandfather.
posted by Sherry (Hall) Moran

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