||Francis Hall migrated to New England during the Puritan Great Migration (1620-1640).|
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FRANCIS Hall was an original signer of the New Haven Covenant 4 June, 1639. He brought his wife Elizabeth and John and Thomas Whitehead from England, along with nephews of Thomas Alcott in "the Bay" [Mass.] and of Mr. Alcott of Roxbury.
Francis bought land from Thomas Fugill which he sold to John Meigs in 1649, and to moved to Stratford. In 1657 he was admitted a freeman of Connecticut. He was Deputy of Stratford May 1661, May 1676, Oct. 1677, Oct, 1678, May and Oct. 1679, May and Oct. 1680 and May, 1685.
He purchased land in Fairfield in 1654 and in 1659 in Stratford. On April 12,1654, being then of Stratford, he purchased with his wife Elizabeth, land in Fairfield from Thomas Wheeler, yeoman. At Fairfield, he had a large estate..
On Oct. 31,1665, he married Dorothy, widow of John Blackman/Blakeman, and daughter Rev. Henry Smith. Francis Hall died 5 Mar 1689/90 at Stratford. Dorothy married 3rd Mark Sension of Norwalk, who d. 1693. She married fourth Deac. Isaac Moore of Farmington. 
Francis Hall died 5 Mar 1689/90 at Stratford. The will of Francis "of Stratford," dated May 6, 1686, was proved March 14, 1689/90. It mentions his wife, referring to her last husband John Blackman; sons Isaac and Samuel; and daughters Mary, Elizabeth, Rebecca, and Hannah, children by his first wife Elizabeth.
Children by first wife.
Birthdates from other profiles?? Sources? April 17, 1608 in Milford, Surrey, England January 1, 1608
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