Margaret Barclay King was born September 28 1787 near Snow Creek, Iredell County, North Carolina, the daughter of Sarah Hall and James King.  On February 13, 1807 she married John Feimster, born Mar 10 1784, died May 30, 1837  They lived near the South Yadkin River. 
James King Hall Collection, Southern Collection, University of North Carolina Library, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
The Hall Family--a history of the Halls of Iredell Co., North Carolina by Mrs. T. L. Adams (Mary Lizzie Hall), copyrighted about 1949 by Mrs T L Adams of Statesville NC. Printed by Speering Printing Co Athens Ga. IT begins with James Hall "founder in America of the Hall family which he established in Iredell Co NC". James was from Ireland & emigrated to PA in about 1720. In 1730 he married Prudence Rody. Its a 443 page book detailing multiple generations of this family line into the 1900s.
The Heritage of Iredell County, 1980, published by the Genealogical Society of Iredell County, Statesville, North Carolina, p 304, Family 219 (James Hall), 220 (James Hall Family), and Family 222 (Thomas Hall).
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Family tree: 7058230-1 Media: 452003-1 Type: Smart Matching Page: Sarah McLean Hall Event: Smart Matching Role: 1001950 Data: Date: 29 OCT 2010 Text: Added by confirming a Smart Match Quality or Certainty of Data: 3
WikiTree profile Hall-4205 created through the import of General start project - Susie smith.ged on Jul 31, 2011 by Susie Bell. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Susie and others.
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