Unnamed Infant Hall
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Unnamed Infant Hall (abt. 1910 - abt. 1910)

Unnamed Infant Hall
Born about in Arkansas, United Statesmap
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Died about in Arkansas, United Statesmap
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Unnamed Infant Hall is one of twins.
Unnamed Infant Hall died young.

Biography

Un-named and sex unknown. Both twins died as infants.

Birth and Death place guess based on birth and death place of siblings.

According to Find A Grave, "Infant Hall" was the twin sister to Bertha Hall. It does appear, from that site, that Bertha survives and lives for quite a long time.

Sources

  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed 06 February 2020), memorial page for Infant Hall (7 Jan 1906–13 Jan 1906), Find A Grave Memorial no. 106146950, citing New Bethel Cemetery, Kingston, Yell County, Arkansas, USA ; Maintained by Everett Mefford (contributor 47576323) .

Research Notes

1910 Census states Hosea and Sarah have been married for 9 years, 1st marriage for each, Sarah was the mother of 4 with 2 living. There is no grave marker or memorial at FAG for twins. The "Twin of Bertha" was b. 6 month after Bertha, that is not a twin. However, there are two babies, Oscar b-d 1902 and Ethel b-d 1904. Looking at 1920 census, there appears to be a missing child/ren between Evert age 9 and Clifton age 5. Children are normally born about 18 mos to 2 years apart.

I'll add to this, for it seem that one of the twins died, while the other lived, but there is little to go on, though the person who commented above makes some very sound points.



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I do not think this infant on Findagrave 106146950 belongs to this family. The FAG stats on says b. 7 Jan and d. 13 Jan, 1906 while While Bertha was born in June. If the infant was of this family, then the year of birth is in the 1905, not 1906. This is simple biology. Math doesn't add up. The 1910 says 4/2, look at the other children. 2 died as infants and there is Bertha and James, born before 1910. Sarah was 3 mo pregnant with Bertha when this infant was born.

The FAG you are using says 1906, not 1910. This will cause a DB error. I suggest putting in a year of birth and death change. the missing child between Evert and Clifton (1920 census has them mixed up too)

posted by Lynette Jester
edited by Lynette Jester

Rejected matches › Maria Montis (abt.1873-bef.1912)

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