Louis Hall

Louis H Hall (abt. 1840 - 1908)

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Louis H Hall
Born about in Sumter County, Alabama, United States of Americamap
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Husband of — married [location unknown]
Husband of — married in Mucogee County, Oklahomamap
Descendants descendants
Died in Alma, Crawford County, Arkansas, United States of Americamap
Profile last modified | Created 27 Mar 2012
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Categories: Prisoners of War, Confederate States of America, United States Civil War.

Biography

Louis Hall was a Prisoner of War during United States Civil War.

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Y-Chromosome DNA Confirmed
Hall-6304's direct paternal relationship to Hall-6294 is confirmed because:
  1. This yDNA test of Hall-23269 and this yDNA test of Hall-13061 are a close match. Y DNA match at 37 markers, genetic distance of 2 confirming papertrail/documentation.
  2. The most recent common ancestor in the yDNA line of Hall-23269 and the yDNA line of Hall-13061 is Hall-6294.


Y-Chromosome DNA Confirmed
Hall-6304's direct paternal relationship to Hall-6294 is confirmed because:
  1. This yDNA test of Hall-6268 and this yDNA test of Hall-13061 are a close match. Y DNA match at 37 markers, genetic distance of 2 confirming papertrail/documentation.
  2. The most recent common ancestor in the yDNA line of Hall-6268 and the yDNA line of Hall-13061 is Hall-6294.


Louis H Hall was born about 1840 in Alabama, likely in Sumter County as his father Elijah P. Hall and family appear on the census there in 1840. By 1850 the family has moved west into Marshall County, MS. Continuing along this same path west, by 1860 they have relocated to VanBuren in Crawford County, AR, where we find Louis and his brother John living with their mother Hannah. The 1850 and 1860 census' confirm the brothers' birthplace as AL, although 1870 lists SC, which is possibly an indicator of his parents birthplace rather than his own. By 1880 Louis is living in Alma, AR and again states he was born in AL, with a father born in GA and a mother in SC.

On 11 Oct 1861 Louis enlisted from Van Buren in the Confederate Army as a Private in Company C, 1st Battalion, Arkansas Cavalry. He fought at the Battle of Vicksburg in MS and was captured by Union forces on 04 Jul 1863. He was parolled on July 8th.


Sources

  • NARA Records, Washington DC, Confederate Army Service Records (attached)
  • US Federal Census Records - 07 Nov 1850, Marshall County, MS (attached)
  • US Federal Census Records - 20 Jun 1860, Van Buren, Crawford County, AR (attached)
  • US Federal Census Records - 04 Aug 1870, Van Buren, Crawford County, AR (attached)
  • US Federal Census Records - 16 Jun 1880, Alma, Crawford County, AR (attached)



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Louis H Hall NARA, CSA Record Packet
Louis H Hall NARA, CSA Record Packet

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