Millian (Webb) Hall

Millian Ann (Webb) Hall (1723 - abt. 1803)

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Millian Ann Hall formerly Webb
Born in Pittsylvania, Virginia Colonymap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died about in Wilkesboro, Wilkes County, North Carolina, USAmap
Profile last modified 19 Oct 2019 | Created 20 Dec 2010 | Last significant change: 19 Oct 2019
04:29: Mary Gresham posted a message on the page for Millian Ann (Webb) Hall (1723-abt.1803). [Thank Mary for this]
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Contents

Biography

Amelia Ann (Webb) Hall was born 30 Aug 1723 at Henry County, Virginia. She married Samuel Hall. She died May 1803 at Wilkes County, North Carolina. Her parents were Meridith Wenn Webb and Elizabeth Ann (Martin) Dillard.

Birth

Millian Webb was born in 08/30/1723 in Henry County Virginia, USA to Merry Webb and Ann Martin.

Marriage and Children

Millian married Samuel Hall (1723 - 1792)*. they had the following children:

  1. Merry Heard Hall (____ - 1827)*
  2. Mary Hall Dugger (1760 - 1838)*
  3. Samuel Hall (1760 - 1819)*
  4. David Hall (1760 - 1842)*
  5. Martin Daniel Hall (1770 - 1831)*

Death

Mary 1803 in Wilkes County North Carolina, USA. She is buried at Triplett-Hall Cemetery, Elkville, Wilkes County, North Carolina, USA

Sources

  • Thank you to Lora Osborne for creating Webb-4126 on 3 Sep 13. Click the Changes tab for the details on contributions by Lora and others.
  • This person was created through the import of 12102010.ged on 20 December 2010. The following data was included in the gedcom. You may wish to edit it for readability.
  • Francie Lane, firsthand knowledge. Click the Changes tab for the details of edits by Francie and others.
  • My D'illard History and Genealogy.

Name Origin and Meaning:

Regarding the early history of the Dillard family, the following information was sent to a member of the family by Mrs. S. Gary Dillard of Clinton, SC. She states that it came to her from Mrs. E. B. Richards, 5308 Easton Drive, Springfield, VA. It is as follows:

"The Dillard families of America came from Carbonne d'illard---that is Carbonne of the cantonment or family of Illard on the upper waters of the Rhine in France. Because of religious oppression, they accompanied William the Conqueror from France to the Isle of Man.

This family settled in Waltshire (Wiltshire), England. They had a son named John Carbonne d'illard who had two sons, one of whom was named John. This John changed his name to Dillard. His son, George Dillard, was a barrister of the British Government and was sent to James Town, Virginia, as attorney for George III. From George Dillard, who came to America in 1660, all lines of the Dillard families descend."

"According to George Dillard's will he had one son, but it is believed he had more and two daughters. This son, James Stephen, came to America at the age of two. He married Louise Page and settled in James City County, Virginia. He, with Captain Wise, was granted 25,000 acres of land known as Williamsburg Plantation."

"James Dillard, born 1698 in James City County, Virginia. His Will was dated March 13, 1790. He was married in 1724 to Lucy Wise, daughter of the above mentioned Capt. Wise. They lived in Amherst County and he was a Revolutionary patriot of Virginia. He had nine children: Thomas, George, Nicholas, Stephen, James, John, Sarah, Mary, and William Terry." [1]

  • BURIAL: Triplett-Hall Cemetery, Elkville, Wilkes County, North Carolina USA

Find a Grave #: 105835392



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On 19 Oct 2019 at 04:29 GMT Mary Gresham wrote:

This profile must have been merged and never edited afterward. It has several duplicated children that need to be merged now. Thank you, Mary

On 2 Oct 2019 at 21:10 GMT Mary Gresham wrote:

I must be missing something here? I don't see any link to the Dillard's. Gerald Jones, can you help? Thanks, Mary

On 31 Jan 2017 at 23:42 GMT Gerald Jones wrote:

Webb-9739 and Webb-418 appear to represent the same person because: Clear duplicate.

On 9 Sep 2015 at 20:04 GMT Darlene Bora wrote:

Webb-418 and Webb-654 appear to represent the same person because: Millian and Million are the same person. I have seen the spelling both ways. her daugther, Millian "Milly" spells is different from her mom. Need to verify information.

On 8 Sep 2015 at 17:53 GMT Darlene Bora wrote:

Webb-2214 and Webb-418 appear to represent the same person because: Even though the year of birth is off, this represents the same person. There are many duplicates of the same people and needs to be cleaned up.

Millian is 15 degrees from Thomas Edison, 21 degrees from Nikola Tesla and 16 degrees from George Westinghouse on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.

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