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1. THOMAS1 HALE was born on Sep 20, 1680 in Warrington Township, York County, Pennsylvania, USA. He died on Sep 20, 1761 in Warington Township, York County, Pennsylvania, USA. He married HANNAH. She was born in 1689. She died in York County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Notes for Thomas Hale:Birth: unknown Pennsylvania, USADeath: Sep. 20, 1761 York York County Pennsylvania, USA Thomas Hale was my 6th times great-grandfather that was born in Penn. Died there. His wife's name was Hannah. He was a Tailor, possible from England. He and Hannah had several sons and daughters. His son, John Hale was the famous pioneer of Bent Mountain, Va. No really sure where he is burried at. Burial: Unknown Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?] Created by: Rev. Terry Hale Record added: Jul 02, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial# 92909821 Thomas Hale b c1700 d 1761 Warrington York Co PA Children in order listed in LWT [WKH: rough estimates of birth dates assuming Thomas' LWT listed the sons and daughters in order of birth and assuming 2 years between births with 1748 marriage of Sara as a base]: 1. John Hale b c1725 [WKH: probably explored Halifax Co VA and entered land there as early as 1755 and had left PA for good by 1768--see Richard Hale's estate administration papers.] 2. Sarah (Hale) Buffenton b c1727 [WKH: Sarah Hale m Thomas Buffington 1748; Source: In the LDS site, there is a listing for a marriage of Sarah Hale and Thomas Buffington accounced at the Kennett Monthly Meeting of Quakers on September 17, 1748. These records are housed at Swarthmore College in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, and they will do searches if you request. 3. Joseph Hale b 1729 [WKH: probably explored Halifax Co VA and entered land there on 17 Feb 1763.] 4. Benjamin Hale b 1731 [WKH: Might this be the Benjamin Hayle found in both the 1769 Tax List and Census of Dobbs Co NC? And who bought and sold land in Edgecombe and ] 5. William Hale b 1733 [WKH: probably explored Halifax Co VA and entered land there in 1762 and had left PA for good by 1768--see Richard Hale's estate administration papers. Might this be the William Hale who on April 3rd 1779 was shot and wounded by Indians near Muncy's on Walker Creek but managed to make his way to the New River residence of a Shannon family who lived near the Big Crossing of New River? Source: Letter from Col William Preston to Capt William Robinson on pages 275 and 276 of Frontier Advance on the Upper Ohio, 1778-1779, Edited By Louise Phelps Kellogg.] 6. Mary (Hale) Prunty b 1735 [WKH: Mary m 19 May 1760 York Co PA in Christ Lutheran Church to Thomas Prunty s/o Brian(?) Prunty; Thomas and Mary appear to have moved to Pigg River in Henry/Franklin Co by 18 May 1778.] 7. Hannah (Hale) b 1737 m --?-- Biggs 8. Ann Hale b1739 9. Richard Hale b 1741 (received 20 acres of his father's property) died prior to June 1767 when his Pittsylvania Co VA estate administration was initiated by his brother William in June 1767; his York Co PA estate was administered by Thomas Prunty 10 May 1768 [WKH: Richard probably explored Halifax/Pittsylvania Co VA and entered land there in 1765 and may have died there shortly before June 1767.]

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10. Elizabeth Hale b 1743 11. Thomas Hale b c1745 [WKH: I think this Thomas was b 1742 d 1812 s and is the one who married Jane Armstrong. And after his father died in 1761 that he joined his older brother Benjamin in NC, then the two brothers moved to Pigg River about the same time c1778. Might this be the Thomas Hayle found in both the 1769 Tax List and 1769 Census of Dobbs Co NC? If Thomas was in fact born c1742, then probably not given that the 1769 tax record listed Thomas with a son presumed to be 16 years or older indicating he was born before c1732. The Thomas Hale who married Agnes Price was bornc1755 died 1802 and m 1780 and I think he was the son of one of the older sons of Thomas Hale (d 1761 York Co PA) probably John or William. However note that some believe that the Thomas Hale who married Jane Armstrong was b 19 Oct 1742 son of Henry Hale b 25 Mar 1721 (m 10 Sep 1721 Mary Bradley) s/o Nicholas & Frances Hale of Baltimore MD. Source: The descendants of Thomas Hale of Delaware http://www.archive.org/stream/descendantsoftho00stre/descendantsoftho00stre_djvu.txt]http://www.archive.org/stream/descendantsoftho00stre/descendantsoftho00stre_djvu.txt] his father died in 1761 he may have joined his older brother Benjamin in NC too. If so he would be the Edward Hayle found in both the 1769 Tax List and 1769 Census of Dobbs Co NC.]

Thomas Hale and Hannah had the following children:2. i. JOHN2 HALE was born before 1717 in Warrington Township, York County, Pennsylvania,

USA. He died about 1793 in Bent Mountain, Roanoke, Va. He married Elizabeth Prescott in 1728 in Franklin County, Virginia. She was born in 1724 in North Carolina. She died on Apr 05, 1794 in Virginia.

ii. HANNAH HALE was born about 1722 in Warrington Township, York, Pennsylvania. She married BIGGS. He was born in 1726 in Deleware, USA.

iii. SARAH HALE was born about 1724 in Warrington Township, York, Pennsylvania. She died in Pensylvania, USA. She married Thomas Buffington on Nov 17, 1748 in New Castle County, Delaware, Pennsylvania. He was born about 1720 in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, USA.

3. iv. MARY HALE was born in 1735 in Warrington Township, York, Pennsylvania. She married Thomas Prunty, son of Bryon Prunty and Jane Black on May 19, 1760 in Christ Lutheran Church (Warrington, York County, PA). He was born in 1738 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. He died after Feb 04, 1791 in VIrginia (Thomas apparently died sometime after Feb. 4, 1791, when he purchased land on Otter Creek in Franklin County, Virginia. Information found by Robin Poindexter. ).

v. ELIZABETH HALE was born in 1739 in Warrington Township, York, Pennsylvania. She died in Virgina.

vi. RICHARD HALE was born in 1741 in Warrington Township, York, Pennsylvania. He died before Jun 1767 in Pittsylvania Co VA.

vii. WILLIAM HALE was born in 1745 in Warrington Twp., York, Pennsylvania, USA.

4. viii. BENJAMIN SR HALE was born in 1730 in Warrington Township, York, Pennsylvania. He died about 1802 in Franklin County, Virginia (Possibly died in Lee County, Va).

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5. ix. JOSEPH P HALE was born in 1742 in Warrington Township, York, Pennsylvania. He died on Sep 01, 1803 in Patrick County, Virginia, USA. He married Rachel Hale in 1765. She was born about 1743 in Virginia. She died after 1810 in Patrick County, Virginia, USA.

x. ANNE HALE was born in Warrington Township, York, Pennsylvania.

6. xi. THOMAS HALE was born on Oct 19, 1742 in Warrington Township, York County, Pennsylvania, USA. He died on May 09, 1802 in Craig's Creek Montgomery Co, Va. He married Agnes A. Price, daughter of John Michael Price and Margaret Killian in 1780 in Montgomery County, Virginia. She was born in 1759 in VIrginia. She died on Sep 06, 1841 in Craigs Creek,Montgomery County, Virginia.

7. xii. EDWARD G. HALE was born in 1750 in Warrington Township, York County, Pennsylvania, USA. He died on Jul 04, 1823 in Giles County, Virginia. He married Martha Patsy Purdue, daughter of "William Uriah" Purdue and Edith Morning Hale on Sep 26, 1786 in Montgomery, Virginia, USA. She was born in 1768 in BEDFORD COUNTY, VA. She died in Dec 1834 in Pearisburg, Giles, Virginia.

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2. JOHN2 HALE (Thomas1) was born before 1717 in Warrington Township, York County, Pennsylvania, USA. He died about 1793 in Bent Mountain, Roanoke, Va. He married Elizabeth Prescott in 1728 in Franklin County, Virginia. She was born in 1724 in North Carolina. She died on Apr 05, 1794 in Virginia.

Notes for John Hale:(Research):Revolutionary War: John Hale "gave supplies". References: Kentucky Ancestors, vol.12-No.2, October 1976, Arlene Brachman and Kegley's Virginia Frontier, pg. 582.

The Henry Co., VA land records show John Hale Sr. sold land (which he received in 1783 as a grant) in Botetourt Co., June 1792. In that transaction he is listed as "of Franklin County". Witnesses were Thomas and Joseph Hale and William Campbell, son-in-law of Thomas Hale who married Jane Armstrong.

There is speculation as to whether John Hale Sr. had a brother and a son, William, and whether Thomas, Edward and Jesse were children of a brother William whom John Hale Sr. may have been caring for. There was a William Hale living in the area, possibly the same William Hale who was killed by Indians in 1774. (source: Hite Report; the Draper Papers doesn't say what happened to him) Daughter, Hannah is speculative. Note: Edward, Thomas and Jesse each named a son William and no son named John. There is a William Hale in the area in the area in the 1780's, who got land in Fincastle Co., VA in 1776. (Source: Arlene Brachman).

Sarah Pankhurst

It is believed that the Joseph Hale, who married Nancy Willis was a son of John Hale, Sr. who is said to have live on or near Bent Mountain, Virginia.

His children have been variously listed as

Benjamin, b: 1725-1738Thomas Hale; b: 19 Oct 1742; d: bet. 13 Jan - 19 October, 1812William Hale; b: 1750; d: abt. 1820John Hale, Jr.; b: abt. 1750; d: bet. Mar - Jul 1798Joseph Hale; b: Bet. 1751 - 1753; d: Jul 1791Mary Margaret Hale; b: abt. 1752; d: bet 1814 - 1815Elizabeth Hale; b: abt. 1761, d: 19 Aug 1839Jobe Hale; b: abt. 1764; d: 6 Nov 1792Abigail "Abbey" Hale; b: abt. 1765

Thomas Hale listed above is the Thomas who married Jane Armstrong.

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John is also said to have raised three of his nephews.Thomas, who married Agnes Price and lived in Montgomery Co., VA, Edward who married Martha Purdue and lived in Giles Co., VA and Jesse Hale, who married Nancy Huff and lived in Mercer Co., KY.

These Hale lines are very confusing due to the fact that the same names run through each branch of the various families.Though I have tried, where possible, to give each one of these men approximate birth dates where none is known.It makes them a bit easier to track.

I am still looking for John Sr.'s Last Will and Testament.According to various individuals this will names his children.I have yet to find it, but would be appreciative of anyone who can provide it to me.

On the Family Tree DNA website, you will see there are many Hale family members who have submitted their DNA.At my last review of the data, the DNA of people who can show positive connections to Edward, Thomas (Montgomery Co., and my ancestor), Archelaus, and Benjamin all have similar DNA, however Joseph does not.Does that mean Joseph was not one of John's sons?No.It simply means we need to do additional digging to discover the truth.

There is something that has bothered me through about the marriage of John Hale, Sr., Elizabeth and the children attributed to them.

1.If John and Elizabeth were married in 1730 - 1740 as has been ascribed to them, then why are their not more children shown earlier in their marriage?Most of the children are born 1750 or later.

2. To my knowledge, the only child where John and Elizabeth are shown to have been parents for certain is Elizabeth.There is a marriage record that provides this information.Yet even with this information, we can't be sure that this is the same John Hale and wife Elizabeth, although it is likely.

3.If, as has been said that John was born in 1706, then though it is not impossible, most of the children would have been born to him when he was in his mid-late forties - early sixties.Which I find suspect.However, my own great grandfather was having children in his late 50's.

John Hale and Elizabeth Prescott had the following children:i. JOB3 HALE was born about 1733 in Bent Mountain, Franklin County, VA. He died about 1790.

ii. HANNAH HALE was born on Aug 30, 1740 in Bent Mountain, Franklin County, VA. She died on Aug 30, 1790 in Franklin County, Virginia.

iii. WILLIAM HALE was born on Jan 13, 1750 in Franklin County, Virginia. He died in 1842 in Franklin County, Virginia. He married ELIZABETH.

iv. JOSEPH HALE was born in 1730 in Bent Mountain, Roanoke, County, VA. He died in Jul 1791 in Mercer County, Kentucky. He married Nancy Ann Willis, daughter of Joseph S Willis Sr. and Hannah Burnham about 1755. She was born in 1738 in Virginia. She died on Nov 02, 1834 in Mercer Co., Kentucky, USA.

Notes for Joseph Hale: Sources for Joseph Hale and Nancy Willis Families

From: Mrs. Louis Ison, Lexington Rd., Route 4, Harrodsburg, Ky 40330

Court Records (Name of Book ?) P. 232 John Rogers....................Joseph Hale......... were sworn and empaneled as a Grand Jury and retired to consult on their presentments. And finding nothing to present, they were discharged.

Court Records (Name of Book ?) P. 268 Henry Higgins..................and Joseph Hale, who upon readiness to render their verdict, the court found that the plaintiff did not appear, and no one further prosecuted on his behalf. Therefore the jurors were discharged, and the case non-suited, and defendant to recover against the plaintiff 5 shillings damages and his costs. 26 Nov. 1788.

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Court Records (Name of Book ?) P. 372. John Thomas, foreman,...............Joseph Hale.......were sworn and empaneled as Grand Jury and retired to consult on their presentments. 25 August 1789.

Court Records (Name of Book ?) P. 414, John Thomas, Foreman..............Joseph Hale..............were sworn and empaneled as a Grand Jury, and rtire to consult on their resentments. 20 November 1789.

Court Records (Name of Book ?) P. 458, Indenture from Joseph Hale to John Hale was acknowledged and ordered to be recorded. 17 Jan. 1790.

Court Records (Name of Book ?) P. 15, Indenture from John B0hannon to Lewis Templin was roved by Joseph Hale, Edward Willis and Benjamin Dunn, witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. 22 June 1790.

Court Records (Name of Book ?) . 165. Administration on the estate of Joseph Hall (Hale), dec'd, is granted to Anna Hall, widow and relist, and John Hall, who entered into bond of 300 pounds with Thonas Wilson and Joseph McCallister as their sureties. John Hungate, Charles Hungate Elijah Faris and John Kinkead, of any three of them, to make appraisal of the personal estate of the decedent. Note in margin added by someone that name may be Joseph Hale and not Hall. 25 Apr 1791.

Court Records (Name of Book ?) P. 452, Inventory and appraisal of the estate of Joseph Hale, dec'd, was returned and ordered recorded. 23 Jan 1793.

Court Records (Name of Book ?) P. 56, The persons appointed for that purpose, report they have viewed a way for a road from Harrodsburg to the Washington Countyline, and say that a much bearer and better way may be had by running through the lands of James Westerrfield, with his consent, Emor Stalliup, with his consent, Alexander McClure with his consent, James Speed with his consent, John Chiles, Jesse Hale, with consent, John Hale with consent, the heirs of Joseph Hale dec'd, with the consent of the Guardian, Edward Watts, with consent, and George Davis, with his consent. Ordered that the road be established. Alexander McClure is appointed overseer from Harrodsburg to the east fork of McAfee's run, and George Davis from thenceto the County line. Ordered that John Hale, George Davis and Alexander McClure make a list of the hands to attend each. 26 Nov 1793.

Court Records (Name of Book ?) P. 141, Hannah Hale, orphan of Joseoph Hale, dec'd made choice of Joseph Willis as her Guardian, and he entered into bond of 50 pounds with Edward Willis his surety. 25 November 1794.

Court Records (Name of Book ?) P. 146, The persons appointed for that purpose, returned an allotment of the dower rights of Ann Devine, late widow of Joseph Hale, dec'd, which was approved and ordered recorded. 23 December 1794.

Court Records (Name of Book ?) Present, Robert Mosby, John Hale and Garrett Derland, Justices. 27 January 1795.

Court Records (Name of Book ?) P. 150, Indenture from Ann Hale, widow and relict of Joseph Hale, dec'd, to John Hale, was proved by Theodorus Davis, Jacob Tucker and Elijah Faris, witnesses thereto, and ordered recorded. 27 January 1795.

4 April 1975. Letter to Mrs. Gertrude Mann, P>O> Box 86, Rocky Mount, Va 24151 Sent information on the Hale Line to see if there was information in Virginia on the Hale's.

28 Apr 1975. Rec'd answer from Mrs. Mann.She said that she couldn't help me. She referred me o Mrs. Joseph S. Hudspeth, 3106 Radiance Road Louisville, Ky. 40220. She said that she didn't trust genealogists from Kentucky and felt I had been misinformed.

From Mrs. Louis F. Ison, Lexington Rd. Route 4, Harrodsburg, Ky. 40330:: Information from

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Mercer County, Kentucky, Records: Joseph Hale

Will Book 1 - Page 92JOSEPH HALE INVENTORY AND APPRAISALAug 15, 1791Appraisers: John Kirkland - Charles Hungate - John Hungate.

Wil Book 1 - Page 195JOSEPH HALE ESTATEOct. 27, 1794Administratrix: Ann HaleAppraisers Thonmas Freeman - James Hanna - Joseph Willia

Will Book 3 - Page 217JOSEPH HALE ESTATENov., 5, 1799"Received of Joseph Willis the full amount of my part of the personal estate of my father, Joseph Hale, as witness my hand this the fifth of November 1799."Signature to above document: Hannah HaleWitness: Edward Willis

Will Book 3 - Page 235JOSEPH HALE ESTATEFeb. Court 1897Account of Edwardf Willis, guardian for Nancy Hale, orphan of Joseph Hale, deceased.

Will Book 2 - Page 177JOSEPH HALE INVENTORYDec. Court 1794Appraisers: John Hale - Joseph Willis - Thomas Freeman

v. BENJAMIN HALE was born about 1744 in Bent Mountain, Roanoke County, VA. He died in Aug 1810 in Lee County Virginia.

vi. JOHN HALE was born on Sep 13, 1743 in Franklin County, Virginia. He died in Jul 1798 in Mercer County, Kentucky. He married Mary Willis, daughter of Joseph S Willis Sr. and Hannah Burnham in 1773 in Botetourt County, Virginia. She was born in 1745 in Botetourt County, Virginia. She died in Dec 1821 in Mercer County, Kentucky.

vii. ELIZABETH HALE.

viii. THOMAS HALE was born on Oct 19, 1742 in Bent Mountain, Franklin County, VA. He died on Jun 02, 1812 in Franklin County, Virginia. He married Eliza Jane Armstrong on Jan 02, 1764 in Halifax County, Virginia. She was born in 1749 in Franklin Co, VA. She died in Oct 1820 in Franklin County, Virginia.

Notes for Thomas Hale:In the name of God, Amen. I Thomas Hale of Franklin County being of sound mind and memory tho weak in body do make this my last will and testament revoking all former wills. In the first place I desire my body to be decently buried trusting and hoping for a future life through the merits of our Savior.

"My desire is for all my just debts to be paid. They are very few and small.

"I lend to my dear wife Jane Hale all my mantion house tract of land where I now live during her natural life together with all household and kitchen furniture, plantation utensils, horses, hogs, cattle and sheep except as hereafter excepted, also all my stock of grain, provisions, wagons, gears, blacksmith tools, also the following slaves, to wit: Esaw, his wife Judy, Lucy, Moses, Lewis, Frank, and Phill, to have and to hold during her natural life.

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"I give and bequeath to my son, John Hale, a negro woman, Siller, at my death and at the death of his mother a boy named Daniel to him and his heirs forever.

"I give and bequeath to my grandsons, George and Lewis Hale, my tract of land on Pigg River, commonly called the upper place, adjoining their father's land at the death of my wife to have and to hold forever.

"I give to my daughter, Sallie Via, a negro woman Jinney and her daughter, Rea, to revert to her brothers and sisters in case she has no lawful heirs of her body.

"I give to my daughter, Polley Campbell, a negro girl named Lucy and her increase at the death of my wife to her and her heirs forever. Also I give to my granddaughter, Jinney Campbell, a negro girl named Ann at the death of my wife, to her and her heirs forever together with her increase.

"I give to my son, Jehu Hale, a negro boy named Lewis at the death of his mother to him and his heirs.

"I give to my son Thomas Hale after the death of his mother the plantation where I now live and the following slaves, to wit: Esaw, Judy his wife, Moses, Comfort and Frank and their increase, together with the stock of every kind on the plantation at the death of his mother, also all the household and kitchen furniture, wagon gear, blacksmith took, and all which property I give to him and his heirs forever.

"I give to my daughter, Betsy Hale, a negro woman named Charlotte and her three children, Silvey, German and Jack and their increase, also one bed and furniture and one horse saddle and bridle to her and her heirs forever. If she dies without children my desire is for said negroes to be equally divided amongst her brothers and sisters.

"Lastly I appoint my son, John Hale and my son Thomas Hale to be my executors to this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 13th day of Jan., 1812.

Thomas Hale (S.S.)"

Witnesses:

William CrumpWilliam ScottJoseph PedigoHawkins Woods

So passed from the scene one of the frontier's early pioneers. Indian fighter, Revolutionary militia officer, planter, builder and public servant, he had lived an exciting, full and rewarding life. With Jane he had managed to raise a family and together they had the satisfaction of seeing their children become purposeful and useful citizens in the community. No man could ask more from life.

3. MARY2 HALE (Thomas1) was born in 1735 in Warrington Township, York, Pennsylvania. She married Thomas Prunty, son of Bryon Prunty and Jane Black on May 19, 1760 in Christ Lutheran Church (Warrington, York County, PA). He was born in 1738 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. He died after Feb 04, 1791 in VIrginia (Thomas apparently died sometime after Feb. 4, 1791, when he purchased land on Otter Creek in Franklin County, Virginia. Information found by Robin Poindexter. ).

Thomas Prunty was employed as a Served as Deputy under Sheriff Robert WOOD in 1789 in Franklin County, Virginia, USA. Mary Hale and Thomas Prunty had the following children:

i. ROBERT PRUNTY was born about 1780 in Henry County, Virginia, USA (Son, Marcus, says his father was born in PA in 1880 census. Daughter,Nancy, says father was born in KY in 1880 census. Son, Joseph B, says father was born in VA in 1880. Daughter, Jane, says

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father was born in VA in 1880. Son, James, says father born in VA). He died after 1840. He married Mary Polly Beatty on Jun 20, 1800 in Kentucky. She was born about 1780 in Pennsylvania. She died before 1830.

ii. JAMES PRUNTY was born in 1743 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA. He died in 1813 in Franklin, Virginia, United States. He married MARY. He married (2) MARTHA WIMMER TURNER, daughter of Jacob Wimmer and Mary Vandyke on Jun 26, 1794 in Franklin, Virginia, USA (Franklin County Marriage Book 1, 1853-98 (Robertson) ). She was born in 1745 in Franklin, Virginia, United States. She died in 1774 in Virginia.

4. BENJAMIN SR2 HALE (Thomas1) was born in 1730 in Warrington Township, York, Pennsylvania. He died about 1802 in Franklin County, Virginia (Possibly died in Lee County, Va).

Notes for Benjamin Sr Hale:31 Dec 1800 Josias Viar to Rachel Hale [the date on the bond below should probably be 1801, assuming that someone accidentally forgot to write the new year correctly--like you always have a problem with when writing checks in January] (see also Franklin County Marriages 1786-1858, Marshall Wingfield, West Tennessee Historical Society, Memphis, Tennessee, 1939)Mr Jeames Callaway. Please to grant Josias Viar Lisens for to marry my Daughter Rachel hail and in so Doing you will oblige your friend Benjamin hail Mr Jeames CalliwayTeste John ViarBenjamin hailJohn hailKnow all men by these presents that We Josias Viar and John Viar are held and firmly bound unto James Manson Esq. Governor or Chief Magistrate of the State of Virginia in the Sum of One hundred & fifty Dollars to which payment well and truly to be made We bind Ourselves and each of us, Our & each of our Heirs Executors and Admrs Jointly and Severally firmly by these Presents Sealed with Our Seals & Dated this 2d Day of January 1800The Condition of this Obligation is Such that Whereas there is a marriage Shortly intended to be had & solemnized between the above bound Josias Viar & Rachel Hale now if there Shall be no lawful cause to Obstruct said marriage then this Obligation to be Void else remain in force.Josias ViarJohn Via

Book 2 p 201: 17 June 1790 John Smith of Franklin Co conveys to Benjamin Hale of same, for 25 pounds, 100 acres on LittleOtter Creek (WKH: Note that Little Otter Creek is a tributary of Runnet Bag Creek) being part of his 300 acre survey...bounded by Daniel Hixson, Daniel Smith, the creek...

Book 2 p 185: 4 Feb 1791 Robert & Wm Mavity of Franklin Co convey to Benjamin Hale of same, for 7 pounds, 95 acres .... on the branches of Little Otter Creek, Witnesses Richard Jones, Benjamin Smith, James Ward, Samuel Hairston, John Bramer, Thomas Prunty.

Book 2 p 402 27 Jan 1792 Benjamin Hale conveys to Peter Young 190 acres on south side of Pigg River, being one entire tract Witnesses: David Barton, Joshua Barton, Jesse More

Book 3 p 412 4 April 1797 (1796) Benjamin Hale conveys to Samuel Harrison 100 acres on Little Otter Creek bounded by Hixon's corner, Daniel Smith, the creek....

2 Jan 1800 (or 1801) Rachel Hale married Josias Via witnessed by her father Benjamin Hale and John Hale (probably her brother--see transcription of the bond immediately below).

31 Dec 1800 Josias Viar to Rachel Hale [the date on the bond below should probably be 1801, assuming that someone accidentally forgot to write the new year correctly--like you always have a problem with when writing checks in January] (see also Franklin County Marriages 1786-1858, Marshall Wingfield, West Tennessee Historical Society, Memphis, Tennessee, 1939)Mr Jeames Callaway. Please to grant Josias Viar Lisens for to marry my Daughter Rachel hail and in so Doing you will oblige your friend Benjamin hail Mr Jeames CalliwayTeste John Viar

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Benjamin hailJohn hailKnow all men by these presents that We Josias Viar and John Viar are held and firmly bound unto James Manson Esq. Governor or Chief Magistrate of the State of Virginia in the Sum of One hundred & fifty Dollars to which payment well and truly to be made We bind Ourselves and each of us, Our & each of our Heirs Executors and Admrs Jointly and Severally firmly by these Presents Sealed with Our Seals & Dated this 2d Day of January 1800The Condition of this Obligation is Such that Whereas there is a marriage Shortly intended to be had & solemnized between the above bound Josias Viar & Rachel Hale now if there Shall be no lawful cause to Obstruct said marriage then this Obligation to be Void else remain in force.Josias ViarJohn Via

I am nearly certain that Benjamin Hale is the son of Thomas Hale who died 1761 in Warrington Township York Co PA

Book 2 p 201: 17 June 1790 John Smith of Franklin Co conveys to Benjamin Hale of same, for 25 pounds, 100 acres on Little Otter Creek (WKH: Note that Little Otter Creek is a tributary of Runnet Bag Creek) being part of his 300 acre survey...bounded by Daniel Hixson, Daniel Smith, the creek...

Book 2 p 185: 4 Feb 1791 Robert & Wm Mavity of Franklin Co convey to Benjamin Hale of same, for 7 pounds, 95 acres .... on the branches of Little Otter Creek, Witnesses Richard Jones, Benjamin Smith, James Ward, Samuel Hairston, John Bramer, Thomas Prunty.

Book 2 p 402 27 Jan 1792 Benjamin Hale conveys to Peter Young 190 acres on south side of Pigg River, being one entire tract Witnesses: David Barton, Joshua Barton, Jesse More

Book 3 p 412 4 April 1797 (1796) Benjamin Hale conveys to Samuel Harrison 100 acres on Little Otter Creek bounded by Hixon's corner, Daniel Smith, the creek....

Benjamin Sr Hale had the following children:i. RACHEL HALE was born in 1782 in Franklin County, Virginia. She died before 1850 in

Franklin Co, Va. She married Josiah Via, son of David Via and Elizabeth "Bettie" Martin on Jan 02, 1801 in Fraklin County, Virginia (Franklin County Marriages 1786-1858, Marshall Wingfield. Know all men by these presents that We Josias Viar and John Viar are held and firmly bound unto James Manson Esq. Governor or Chief Magistrate of the State of Virginia in the Sum of One hundred & fifty Dollars to which payment well and truly to be made We bind Ourselves and each of us, Our & each of our Heirs Executors and Admrs Jointly and Severally firmly by these Presents Sealed with Our Seals & Dated this 2d Day of January 1800The Condition of this Obligation is Such that Whereas there is a marriage Shortly intended to be had & solemnized between the above bound Josias Viar & Rachel Hale now if there Shall be no lawful cause to Obstruct said marriage then this Obligation to be Void else remain in force.Josias ViarJohn Via). He was born in 1775 in Franklin County, Virginia (Child of David VIA confirmed by David's Will). He died after 1850 in Franklin County, Virginia (Burial Radford Cemetery, Floyd, Virginia).

Notes for Rachel Hale:2 Jan 1800 (or 1801) Rachel Hale married Josias Via witnessed by her father Benjamin Hale and John Hale (probably her brother--see transcription of the bond immediately below).

31 Dec 1800 Josias Viar to Rachel Hale [the date on the bond below should probably be 1801, assuming that someone accidentally forgot to write the new year correctly--like you always have a problem with when writing checks in January] (see also Franklin County Marriages 1786-1858, Marshall Wingfield, West Tennessee Historical Society, Memphis, Tennessee, 1939)Mr Jeames Callaway. Please to grant Josias Viar Lisens for to marry my Daughter Rachel hail and in so Doing you will oblige your friend Benjamin hail Mr Jeames Calliway

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Teste John ViarBenjamin hailJohn hailKnow all men by these presents that We Josias Viar and John Viar are held and firmly bound unto James Manson Esq. Governor or Chief Magistrate of the State of Virginia in the Sum of One hundred & fifty Dollars to which payment well and truly to be made We bind Ourselves and each of us, Our & each of our Heirs Executors and Admrs Jointly and Severally firmly by these Presents Sealed with Our Seals & Dated this 2d Day of January 1800

The Condition of this Obligation is Such that Whereas there is a marriage Shortly intended to be had & solemnized between the above bound Josias Viar & Rachel Hale now if there Shall be no lawful cause to Obstruct said marriage then this Obligation to be Void else remain in force.Josias ViarJohn Via

ii. BENJAMIN B. JR HALE was born in 1764. He died about 1811 in Lee County, Virginia. He married Dicey E. Franklin on Nov 13, 1788 in Franklin County, Virginia (Franklin County Marriage Book 1, 1853-98 (Robertson) Surity Benjamin Hale, SR. ). She was born in 1761 in Franklin County, Virginia. She died in 1850 in Magoffin Co, Kentucky, USA.

iii. JOHN HALE was born in Sep 1770 in Patrick, Virginia, United States. He died on Oct 01, 1834 in Floyd, Kentucky, United States. He married SARAH MOSBY. She was born about 1789 in Virginia. She died in Floyd Co, Kentucky.

iv. THOMAS ROWE HALE was born on Mar 06, 1759 in Virginia. He died in Jan 1842 in Franklin County, Virginia. He married (1) RACHEL SHERIDAN in 1780 in North Carolina. She was born about 1759 in Buncombe, North Carolina, United States. She died before Nov 06, 1801 in Rowan County, NC. He married (2) NANCY WOOD on Nov 06, 1801 in Rowan County, North Carolina. She was born about 1759 in Buncombe, North Carolina, United States. She died after 1812 in Franklin Co. Va. Thomas Rowe Hale was employed as a Farming between 1780-1800 in Rowan Co North Carolina.

Notes for Thomas Rowe Hale:◦ enlisted in Orange County, NC in September, 1775 by Lawrence Thompson a

Lieutenant◦◦ Will of John Hale is found in Orange County, NC. It was written 20 Dec 1784 and

proved 7 Feb 1785. Will Book A, p. 319.◦◦◦ Thomas Hale (Revolutionary War) was born in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.

The seven children of John Haile were born while the family lived in Virginia. Hannah, the oldest, was born about 1748, Robert in 1750, William, who served in Rev. War with Thomas, was born in 1752, and Sometimes around 1759 John Haile moved his family to Rowan County, North Carolina. Thomas and William Hale went to school with Lawrence Thompson, son of Captain John Thompson. At the time of the Rev. War, Lawrence Thompson was a Lieutenant under whom Thomas and William Hale enlisted.

◦ Thomas and William enlisted in Orange County, NC, a neighboring county where John Haile (their father) had later moved, following his second marriage in Feb. 1775.

◦ Thomas Hale was seventeen when he left home to fight in the Rev. War. According to his military service record, he was enlisted in September, 1775 as a private in Orange County, NC by Lawrence Thompson, a Lieutenant in Captain Alfred Moore's Company and 1st Regiment of Provincial Troops. His military service is detailed in

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the book "The Hale Family of Virginia" by Esther V. Bartlett, which was taken from his own testimony from a court schedule of 22 October, 1823, in Franklin Co., VA. The military service record of Thomas Hale is preserved in the National Archives, Washington, D.C. under Rev. War Pensions, File Number S-37,975, Certificate Number 6857. Thomas's brother, William Hale, also made application for a Rev. War Pension, his file number is S-1522. In an earlier court schedule dated 3 Jul 1821, he testified that he owned a tract of land containing ninety acres more or less valued at ninety-six dollars.

About Thomas R Hale

DAR Ancestor #: A049307

Thomas Hale born about 1759:

Thomas hale served in the rev. War in North Carolina & South Carolina. Thomas Hale Franklin County private South Carolina line $96.00 annual allowance $429.92 amount received February 1, 1819 pension started age 77 suspended may 1, 1820 restored January 28 , 1831.

He first served in North Carolina units. In late 1776, he was a sergeant under Captain James Conyers and Col. Isaac Huger and was in two engagements in Savannah. Next he was under Captain Thomas Gadsden and Col. Pinckney and was in the siege of Charleston. He was discharged on May 12, 1780. He then moved to Virginia after marriage of 1st wife died in North Carolina.

After the Revolutionary war, Thomas Hale was engaged in farming in Rowan County N.C. from 1780 to 1800. He and Rachel were the parents of two sons, William and Francis. They named the sons for Thomas's older brother, William and for their wealthy uncle, Francis Haile, of Bedford Co. VA.

Thomas' wife Rachel Sheridan died in Rowan County, N.C. and he married Nancy Wood in Rowan County, N.C. on November 6, 1801.

Shortly after their marriage, Thomas and Nancy moved to Southwest Virginia. He selected a tract of land on Runnet Bag Creek in Franklin Co. From a land transaction recorded in Franklin Co. (Rocky Mount) Va. Deed Book No.4 page No. 576 proof is established that Thomas Hale and his two sons William and Francis each bought 96 acres of land on Runnet Bag Creek on March 10, 1804 from John Via Jr.

All three of the deeds were witnessed by Dennis Sheridan (probably the brother of Rachel Sheridan).

Thomas Hale and his second wife Nancy Wood were the parents of eight children, five sons and three daughters. They were born on the family farm on Runnet Bag Creek, Franklin Co. Va.

ROSTER OF SOUTH CAROLINE PATRIOTS IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, Bobby Gilmer Moss p. 400

Hale, Thomas, S37975, born about 1759. He first served in North Caroline units. In late 1776, he was a sergeant under Capt. James Conyers and Col. Isaac Huger, and was in two engagements at Savannah. Next, he was under Capt. Thomas Gadsden and Col. Pinckney and was in the siege of Charleston. He was discharged on 12 May 1780. A.A.3228A; Y1052; N.A.246; N.A.853.

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Thomas Hale shown on pension roll.From:

David A. [emailprotected] 29, 2015:

This is headed "Death Certificates...Pennsylvania" but is clearly the testimony of our Thomas Hale attempting to get his Revolutionary War pension. His sister Hannah Gillespie testified on his behalf in court in Franklin County VA. He apparently lost his mustering documents and was illiterate so had a very difficult time proving his claim. Fortunately Congressman Claiborne exerted some pressure on the War Department and Thomas Rowe Hale was given his just reward. The hearing was conducted in Rocky Mount, then as now the county seat of Franklin County VA.

In Thomas' pension file, Lawrence Thompson a Lieutenant in Capt. Alfred Moore’s company and 1st Regiment of provincial troops enlisted him in Orange County, NC in September 1775. He had a brother named William who also enlisted in Orange County, NC. In late 1776 Thomas joined the 5th South Carolina Regiment. He was discharged May 12, 1780. Details of his service in the Continental Army are recorded below in his pension record, File Number S-37975, Certificate Number 6857.

Thomas Hale's first wife was Rachel Sheridan. They probably were married in North Carolina.

Thomas' wife Rachel Sheridan died in North Carolina unknown date but sometime after 1795 after Birth of Polly Hale.

On November 6, 1801, Thomas married Nancy Wood in Rowan Co., NC. Shortly after their marriage, Thomas and Nancy moved to Southwest Virginia. He selected a tract of land of Runnet Bag Creek in Franklin County, VA. A land transaction recorded in Deed Book No. 4, page 576 shows that Thomas Hale and his two sons, William and Francis, each bought 96 acres of land of Runnet Bag Creek on March 10, 1804, from John Via, Jr.

Dennis Sheridan witnessed all three deeds. He was probable brother of Rachel Sheridan).

Thomas kept his land until he applied for his Revolutionary War pension. The acreage is described in the application. He eventually sold it to a son-in-law. William kept his for ten or twelve years before he sold it. Census records tell us all of these Hales and their families lived in the Long Branch area of the county.

Thomas and his second wife Nancy Wood were parents of eight children. Five are listed below:

1. Ruth Hale, Born 18032. Jonathan Hale, b: May 28, 1805 in Franklin Co., VA3. Peter Wood Hale, b: August 21, 1809 in Franklin Co., VA4. Dennis Sheridan Hale, b: 18085. Elizabeth Hale, b: October 27, 1812 in Franklin Co., VA

Thomas Hale is listed in the 1820 census of Franklin Co., VA. His occupation is farmer. Below is a transcript of his testimony given in the application for Revolutionary War pension.

Thomas HALE Served in the Rev. War in North Carolina & South Carolina.

THOMAS HALE FRANKLIN COUNTY PRIVATE SOUTH CAROLINA LINE $96.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE $429.92 AMOUNT RECEIVED FEBRUARY 1, 1819 PENSION STARTED AGE 77 SUSPENDED MAY 1, 1820 RESTORED JANUARY 28, 1831 Thomas Hale is listed

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in the 1820 census of Franklin Co., VA. His occupation is farmer.

Below is a transcript of his testimony given in the application for Revolutionary War pension.

At a Superior Court of Law for the County of Franklin continued while at the courthouse the 21st day of October 1818.

Thomas Hale, of this county, this day made oath in Court, that he was enlisted in Orange County, NC by Laurence Thompson a Lieutenant in Capt. Alfred Moore's Company and 1st Regiment of provincial troops, for the balance of the term of one year, which said troops had to serve, and joined the Regiment at head quarters near Wilmington on Cape Fear River in said state, in the month of September, thence marched to Brunswick, where he stayed until spring, thence marched to near the cross creek against the Scotts, who we embodied under McCloud thence back to Wilmington, thence to Charlestown, SC, under the command of General Charles See, in the year 1776, that after the Battle of the 28 June 1776 on Sullivan’s Island, he among the rest of the NC Troops, were sent to Hadrel's Point, from thence to Sullivan’s Island, where he was taken sick and sent to the General Hospital, where he remained with many others, until the NC troops marched to the north, leaving their sick behind, with leave for such as recovered, to put the remainder of their line in the service to the south, That in the latter end of the year 1776, he jointed the 5th South Carolina Regiment, commanded by Col. Isaac Hugar, and in Capt. James Conger's company of Grenadiers for the term of three years, thence he marched to Savannah, George where the Americans had two engagements with the British and lost 87 rank & file, thence march back to Charlestown S.C. under the command of General Howe, where he left us under the command of General Benjamin Lincoln, and in 1778 or 1779 marched back to Georgia, where with the French troops they attempted to take the Town of Savannah from the Enemy by storm, but were repulsed, after this defeat were marched back to Charlestown S.C. where his Regiment was reduced and he was put in the 1st under the command of Col Charles Cotesworth Pinckney and in Capt. Thomas Gadsden's Company from thence were marched to Fort Moultrie, where they had an engagement with the British fleet, after this were sent back to Charlestown for its defense, but after a long siege were compelled to surrender it for want of provisions.

That his term of service expired about Christmas 1779, but upon the solicitations of Col. Pinckney, he among others remained in the service until Charlestown was surrendered as above mentioned, when he did on the 12 day of May 1780, apply to Col. Pinckney for his discharge and obtained it which said discharge, he has since lost.

That after he obtained his discharge, in order to affect his escape believing that the regulars would not be paroled, and that the militia could be, he parted with his uniform and disguised himself as a Militia man, and was paroled with Col. Hugh Tennin's regiment from Orange County N.C.

That he is worth only a small tract of land of about 96 acres, two cows, one work ox, sixteen head of hogs, eight sheep, that he is in the sixtieth year of his age, that he came to the County of Franklin, Va. in the year 1799 and acted as a bugle man in Capt. Daniel Smith's company of militia.

It also appeared from the Testimony of Hannah Gillespie a sister of the said Thomas Hale, that she well remembers when he was enlisted by Lawrence Thompson, who has some short time before been the schoolmate of her said Brother, and the son of her neighbor, and that he was four years and seven months absent from home, and as she supposed in the Militia service, that she saw her said Brothers parole by Clinton the commander of the Enemy and his discharge by Charles Cotesworth Pinckney.

The said Thomas Hale having been known to the Court for about fifteen years, who never heard anything to his prejudice is a man of truth, and that his Land lies in a part of the County where it is not considered as valuable, and the Court consider his property to be such as he has himself state it to be.

Whereupon it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the said Thomas Hale served at

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least nine months as a private in the Regular army against the British during the war of the revolution.

It is ordered that the foregoing statement and Testimony be transmitted to the Department of War.

Teste,

Caleb Tate, Clerk Franklin Superior Court of Law

SCHEDULE OF PERSONAL ESTATE OF THOMAS HALE District of Virginia Franklin County,

Court On this third day of July 1821 personally appeared in open court, being the Superior Court of law for the County of Franklin, and court of records, Thomas Hale aged sixty three years, an applicant for a pension from the government of the United States for military services performed during the revolutionary war, and gave in the following schedule of his property and effects, to wit.

A tract of land containing ninety acres more or less of the value $96.00.

One horse purchased on the Credit of his pension not yet paid for $36.50

Eight head of cattle $48.00 Twenty One head of hogs $31.50 Eight head of sheep $10.00 Two pots $4.66 Two ovens $3.00 Two wheels/one flax and one cotton $3.50 Knives, forks and spoon, dishes and plates $4.00

That he has purchased meat and bread on the faith of his pension to the amount of fifty or sixty dollars, which remains yet unpaid.

He also declares on oath that his family consists of himself, his wife and seven children:

The oldest a boy about fifteen years of age, probably Ruththe next, a boy about thirteen years of age, probably Jonathanhe third a boy about eleven years of age, probably Dennisthe fourth a daughter about eight years old, probably Peterthe fifth a boy about six years old, probably Elizabeththe sixth a boy about four years old, and the seventh a boy between one and two years old.

I Thomas Hale do solemnly swear that I was a resident citizen of the United States on the eighteenth day of March 1818, and that I have not since that time by gift, sale or any other manner whatever, disposed of my property or any part thereof with intent thereby so to diminish it as to bring myself within the provisions of an act of Congress entitled an act to provide for certain persons engaged in the land and naval service of the United States in the revolutionary war and that I have not nor has any person in trust for me, any property or securities, contracts or debts due to me, nor have I any income other than what it contained in the Schedule hereto answered and by me subscribed.

Thomas Hale Thomas Hale of Franklin Co. in the State of Virginia who was a private in the company commanded by Captain (blank) of the regiment commanded by Colonel Hughes in the S. Carolina and N. Carolina line, for the term of four years.

Inscribed on the Roll of Virginia at the rate of eight Dollars per month, to commence on the 21st day of October 1818. Certificate of Pension issued the 1st of February 1819 and sent to Hon. W.A. Burwell, House of Rep. Restored to the Roll on 15 day of February 1831 and notification sent to Hon. N. H. Claiborne at House of Rep. Pension commencing on the 28th

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of January 1831.

Amount due on 4th of September 1831 $58.06

Thomas Hale’s father was John Hale.

John Haile's family lived in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Sometime around 1759 he moved his family to Rowan County, North Carolina. His sons, Thomas and William went to school with Lawrence Thompson, son of Captain John Thompson.

At the time of the Revolutionary War, Lawrence Thompson was a Lieutenant under whom Thomas and William Hale enlisted in Orange Co. NC a neighboring county where John, their father, had later moved to following his second marriage in Feb.1775.

Thomas Hale was seventeen when he left home to fight in the Revolutionary War. According to his military record, Lawrence Thompson, a Lieutenant in Captain Alfred Moore’s Company and 1st Regiment of Provincial Troops enlisted him in September 1775 as a private in Orange County, N. C.

His military service is detailed in the book "The Hale Family of Virginia" by Ester V. Bartlett, which was taken from his own testimony from a court schedule of October 22, 1823 in Franklin Co. Va.

The military record of Thomas Hale is preserved in the National Archives, Washington, D.C. under Revolutionary Pensions, file number S-37, 975, and certificate number 6857. Thomas' brother, William Hale also made application for a Revolutionary War Pension, his file number is S-1522.

In an earlier court schedule dated July 3, 1821, he testified that he owned a tract of land containing ninety acres more or less valued at ninety-six dollars.

Name Notes:HALE, THOMASAncestor #: A049307Service: NORTH CAROLINA - SOUTH CAROLINA Rank: PRIVATEBirth: 1758 VIRGINIADeath: (POST) 10- -1838 FRANKLIN CO VIRGINIAService Source: *S37975Service Description: 1) CAPTS MOORE, CONGER, GADSDEN2) COLS MOORE, NASH, HUGER,PINCKNEY

Thomas Hale Personal History

Thomas HALE Served in the Rev. War in North Carolina & South Carolina. THOMAS HALE FRANKLIN COUNTY PRIVATE SOUTH CAROLINA LINE $96.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE $429.92 AMOUNT RECEIVED FEBRUARY 1, 1819 PENSION STARTED AGE 77 SUSPENDED MAY 1, 1820 RESTORED JANUARY 28 , 1831

Thomas Hale is listed in the 1820 census of Franklin Co., VA. His occupation is farmer.

Below is a transcript of his testimony given in the application for Revolutionary War pension.

At a Superior Court of Law for the County of Franklin continued while at the courthouse the 21st day of October 1818. Thomas Hale, of this county, this day made oath in Court, that he was enlisted in Orange County, NC by Laurence Thompson a Lieutenant in Capt. Alfred Moore's Company and 1st Regiment of provincial troops, for the balance of the term of one year, which said troops had to serve, and joined the Regiment at head quarters near Wilmington on Cape Fear River in said state, in the month of September, thence marched to Brunswick, where he staid til spring, thence marched to near the cross creek against the Scotts, who we embodied under McCloud thence back to Wilmington, thence to Charlestown, SC, under the command of Genl Charles See, in the year 1776, that after the

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Battle of the 28 June 1776 on Sullivants Island, he among the rest of the NC Troops, were sent to Hadrel's Point, from thence to Sullivants Island, where he was taken sick and sent to the General Hospital, where he remained with many others, until the NC troops marched to the north, leaving their sick behind, with leave for such as recovered, to put the remainder of their line in the service to the south, That in the latter end of the year 1776, he jointed the 5th South Carolina Regiment, commanded by Col. Isaac Hugar, and in Capt. James Conger's company of Grenadiers for the term of three years, thence he marched to Savannah, George where the Americans had two engagements with the British and lost 87 rank & file, thence march back to Charlestown S.C. under the command of Genl Howe, where he left us under the command of Genl Benjamin Lincoln, and in 1778 or 1779 marched back to Georgia, where with the French troops they attempted to take the Town of Savannah from the Enemy by storm, but were repulsed, after this defeat were marached back to Charlestown S.C. where his Regiment was reduced and he was put in the 1st under the command of Col Charles Cotesworth Pinkney and in Capt. Thomas Gadsden's Company from thence were marched to fort Moultrie, where they had an engagement with the British fleet, after this were sent back to Charlestown for its defence, but after a long seige were compelled to surrender it for want of provisions. That his term of service expired about Christmas 1779, but upon the solicitations of Col. Pinkney, he among others remained in the service until Charlestown was surrendered as above mentioned, when he did on the 12 day of May 1780, apply to Col. Pinkney for his discharge and obtained it which said discharge, he has since lost. That after he obtained his discharge, in order to affect his escape believing that the regulars would not be paroled, and that the militia could be, he parted with his uniform and disguised himself as a Militia man, and was paroled with Col. Hugh Tennin's regiment from Orange County N.C. That he is worth only a small tract of land of about 96 acres, two cows, one work ox, sixteen head of hogs, eight sheep, that he is in the sixtieth year of his age, that he came to the County of Franklin, Va. in the year 1799 and acted as a bugle man in Capt. Daniel Smith's company of militia. It also appeared from the Testimony of Hannah Gillaspie a sister of the said Thomas Hale, that she well remembers when he was enlisted by Lawrence Thompson, who has some short time before been the schoolmate of her said Brother, and the son of her neighbour, and that he was four years and seven months absent from home, and as she supposed in the Militia service, that she saw her said Brothers parole by Clinton the commander of the Enemy and his discharge by Charles Cotesworth Pinkney. The said Thomas Hale having been known to the Court for about fifteen years, who never heard anything to his prejudice is a man of truth, and that his Land lies in a part of the County where it is not considered as valuable, and the Court consider his property to be such as he has himself state it to be. Whereupon it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the said Thomas Hale served at least nine months as a private in the Regular army against the British during the war of the revolution. It is ordered that the foregoing statement and Testimony be transmitted to the Department of War. Teste, Caleb Tate, Clk Franklin Superior Court of Law SCHEDULE OF PERSONAL ESTATE OF THOMAS HALE District of Virginia Franklin County, Court On this third day of July 1821 personally appeared in open court, being the Superior Court of law for the County of Franklin, and court of records, Thomas Hale aged sixty three years, an applicant for a pension from the government of the United States for military services performed during the revolutionary war, and gave in the following schedule of his property and effects, to wit. A tract of land containing ninety acres more or less of the value $96.00 One horse purchased on the Credit of his pension not yet paid for $36.50 Eight head of cattle $48.00 Twenty One head of hogs $31.50 Eight head of sheep $10.00 Two potts $4.66 Two ovens $3.00 Two wheels/one flax and one cotton $3.50 Knives, forks and spoon, dishes and plates $4.00 and that he has purchased meat and bread on the faith of his pension to the amount of fifty or sixty dollars, which remains yet unpaid. He also declares on oath that his family consists of himself, his wife and seven children, the oldest a boy about fifteen years of age, the next, a boy about thirteen years of age, the third a boy about eleven years of age, the fourth a daughter about eight years old, the fifth a boy about six years old, the seventh a boy about four years old, and the seventh a boy between one and two years old. Thomas Hale He also took and subscribed in open court on the same day the following oath. I Thomas Hale do solemnly swear that I was a resident citizen of the United States on the eighteenth day of March 1818, and that I have not since that time by gift, sale or any other manner whatever, disposed of my property or any part thereof with intent thereby so to diminish it as to bring myself within the provisions of an act of Congress entitled an act to provide for certain persons engaged in the land and naval service of the United States in the

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revolutionary war and that I have not nor has any person in trust for me, any property or securities, contracts or debts due to me, nor have I any income other than what it contained in the Schedule hereto answered and by me subscribed. Thomas Hale Thomas Hale of Franklin Co. in the State of Virginia who was a private in the company commanded by Captain (blank) of the regiment commanded by Colonel Huges in the S. Carolina and N. Carolina line, for the term of four years. Inscribed on the Roll of Virginia at the rate of eight Dollars per month, to commence on the 21st day of October 1818. Certificate of Pension issued the 1st of February 1819 and sent to Hon. W.A. Burwell, House of Rep. Restored to the Roll on 15 day of February 1831 and notification sent to Hon. N. H. Claiborne at House of Rep. Pension commencing on the 28th of January 1831. Amount due on 4th of September 1831 $58.06 John Haile's family lived in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Sometime around 1759 he moved his family to Rowan County, North Carolina. His sons,Thomas and William went to school with Lawrence Thompson,son of Captain John Thompson.At the time of the Revolutionary War,Lawrence Thompson was a Lieutenant under whom Thomas and William Hale enlisted in Orange Co. NC a neighboring county where John, their father, had later moved to following his second marriage in Feb.1775. Thomas Hale was seventeen when he left home to fight in the Revolutionary War.According to his military record, he was enlisted in September 1775 as a private in Orange County, N. C. by Lawrence Thompson,a Lieutenant in Captain Alfred Moore's Company and 1st Regiment of Provincial Troops. His military service is detailed in the book "The Hale Family of Virginia" by Ester V. Bartlett, which was taken from his own testimony from a court schedule of October 22, 1823 in Franklin Co. Va. The military record of Thomas Hale is preserved in the National Archives, Washington, D.C. under Revolutionary Pensions, file number S-37,975, certificate number 6857. Thomas' brother, William Hale also made application for a Revolutionary War Pension, his file number is S-1522.

In an earlier court schedule dated July 3, 1821, he testified that he owned a tract of land containing ninety acres more or less valued at ninety-six dollars.

After the Revolutionary war, Thomas Hale was engaged in farming in Rowan County N.C. from 1780 to 1800. He and Rachel were the parents of two sons, William and Francis. they named the sons for Thomas's older brother,William and for their wealthy uncle, Francis Haile, of Bedford Co. Va.

Thomas' wife Rachel Sheridan died in Rowan County, N.C. and he married Nancy Wood in Rowan County, N.C. on November 6, 1801.

Shortly after their marriage, Thomas and Nancy moved to Southwest Virginia.

He selected a tract of land on Runnet Bag Creek in Franklin Co. From a land transaction recorded in Franklin Co. (Rocky Mount ) Va. Deed Book No.4 page No. 576 proof is established that Thomas Hale and his two sons William and Francis each bought 96 acres of land on Runnet Bag Creek on March 10, 1804 from John Via Jr. All three deeds were witnessed by Dennis Sheridan ( probably the brother of Rachel Sheridan). Thomas Hale and his second wife Nancy Wood , were the parents of eight children, five sons and three daughters. They were born on the family farm on Runnet Bag Creek, Franklin Co. Va.

From the Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution:

Thomas Hale born about 1759: He first served in North Carolina units. In late 1776, he was a sergeant under Captain James Conyer and Col. Isaac Hugar and was in two engagements in Savannah. Next he was under Captain Thomas Gadsden and Col. Pinckney and was in the siege of Charleston. He was discharged on May 12, 1780. He then moved to Virginia.

v. HANNAH HALE was born about 1768. She married Gillespie on Sep 02, 1788.

vi. WILLIAM HALE was born on Feb 19, 1756 in VA. He died in 1832 in McMinn County, Tennessee. He married Hannah Jones in 1783 in Rowan County North Carolina.

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vii. RICHARD HALE.

5. JOSEPH P2 HALE (Thomas1) was born in 1742 in Warrington Township, York, Pennsylvania. He died on Sep 01, 1803 in Patrick County, Virginia, USA. He married Rachel Hale in 1765. She was born about 1743 in Virginia. She died after 1810 in Patrick County, Virginia, USA.

Notes for Joseph P Hale:Patrick County, Will Book 1, page 61:

"In the name of god amen I Joseph Hale being in a low state of health but in Perfect memory do appoint constitute and ordain this to be my last will and Testament in the manner following that is to say, I will that all my Just Debts be paid out of my personal Estate, and next I will and bequeath to my loving wife Rachel HALE the use of my whole land and Plantation in [no location appears, nor is space left for one] during her life and also all my household furniture and also all my stock and also next I will to my son Thomas HALE five Shillings and next I will to my son Joseph HALE five Shillings next I will to my Daughter Mary HUFF five Shillings next I will to my son Richard HALE five Shillings next I will to my son John HALE five Shillings and next I will to my Daughter Rachel Parker five Shillings and next I will to my son Peter HALE five Shillings and next I will to my Daughter Sally TITTLE five Shillings and next I will to my Daughter Elizabeth HALE five Shillings and next I will to my Daughter Nancy HALE five pounds, and next I will to my son Benjamin HALE all my land after his mothers Death next I will to my Daughter Kezia HALE five pounds "My trusty friend Charles FOSTER and my wife Rachel HALE in (?) this my last will and Testament my lawful Executor (sic) as witness my hand and sealthis December 81(perhaps 18, or 31?) in the year 1798

Joseph HALE L TTeste

Nancy HALE

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"Patrick County Sept Court 1803 The within last will and Testament of Joseph HALE Decd. was exhibited in Court by Charles FOSTER one of the Exars (?) there in named proved by the Oaths of the witnesses thereto to be the act and Deed of the sd Joseph HALEDecd. and ordered to be recordedTeste Samuel STAPLES"

HALE, JOSEPHAncestor #: A206522Service: VIRGINIA Rank: SOLDIERBirth: (ANTE) 1745Death: (ANTE) 9- -1803 PATRICK CO VIRGINIAService Source: VA MAG OF HIST & BIO, VOL 17, P 193Service Description: 1) CAPT THOMAS HAILE, MILITIA

Birth: 1724York CountyPennsylvania, USA

Death: 1803Five ForksPatrick CountyVirginia, USA

Joseph Hale, husband of Rachel. Born in Pennsylvania, son of Thomas Hale. Moved with his brother in the Virginia area and finally stayed in Patrick Co. Virgina.

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Not sure were he is burried but hope to locate information on him. Burial:Willow Hill Moravian Church Cemetery AraratPatrick CountyVirginia, USA Created by: Rev. Terry HaleRecord added: Jul 02, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial# 92910184

Notes for Rachel Hale:Name Notes:HALE, JOSEPHAncestor #: A206522Service: VIRGINIA Rank: SOLDIERBirth: (ANTE) 1745Death: (ANTE) 9- -1803 PATRICK CO VIRGINIAService Source: VA MAG OF HIST & BIO, VOL 17, P 193Service Description: 1) CAPT THOMAS HAILE, MILITIAJoseph P Hale and Rachel Hale had the following children:

i. JOSEPH3 HALE JR was born in 1757 in Franklin County, Virginia. He died in Oct 1829 in Floyd County, Kentucky, USA. He married Elizabeth Truman on Feb 13, 1789 in Franklin County, Virginia (Surity Elijah Jones). She was born about 1767 in Franklin Co. Va.. She died in Floyd County Ky.

ii. RICHARD HALE was born in 1765 in Franklin Co, Virginia, USA (Patrick County was formed from Henry County in 1790.). He died after 1830 in Scott, Virginia. He married Tabitha Jones, daughter of Robert Jones and Martha Patsy Riley on Oct 24, 1788 in Franklin County, Virginia (Franklin County Marriage Book 1, 1853-98 (Robertson) ). She was born about 1770 in Franklin County, Virginia. She died in 1830 in Scott, Virginia, United States.

Notes for Richard Hale:What happened to this Richard Hale? I think it very likely that he moved to Scott Co VA where a Richard Hale is listed in 1820 together with his probable son Jonathan Hale b 1796 Franklin Co VA d 28 May 1862 at Flat Lick Scott CoVA m Mary Neely9 Nov 1822 Scott Co VA .]

iii. PETER HALE was born in 1773 in Pittslyvania Co., Virginia. He died on Oct 01, 1834 in Floyd County, Kentucky, USA. He married Sarah Marie "Sallie" Morris, daughter of Ezekiel Morris and Mary Turman Morris on Mar 14, 1791 in Franklin Co, Va (Franklin County Marriage Book 1, 1853-98 (Robertson) ). She was born about 1771 in Bedford Co., Virginia, USA. She died in 1850 in Floyd County, Kentucky, USA.

Notes for Peter Hale:Birth: Sep. 4, 1786

Franklin CountyVirginia, USA

Death: Jan. 19, 1863Floyd CountyKentucky, USA

Family links: Parents: Peter Hale (1766 - 1834)

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Sarah Marie Morris Hale (1771 - 1850) Spouse: Francis Marion Rose (1784 - 1848)* Children: Sarah Rose Broady (1815 - 1856)* Daniel Boon Rose (1825 - 1879)* Jane Rose McClelland (1829 - 1880)* John Morris Rose (1832 - 1916)* *Calculated relationship Burial:Pigeon Roost Cemetery Scott CountyIndiana, USA Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?] Created by: Doran WildeRecord added: Jul 03, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 39042851

iv. MARY HALE was born in 1767 in Virginia. She died in Dec 1838. She married JOHN HUFF.

v. SARAH "SALLY" HALE was born about 1770 in Franklin Co. Virginia. She died on Jan 06, 1836 in Warren County, Tennessee, USA. She married David Tittle, son of Anthony Tittle and Ann on Feb 03, 1789 in Franklin County, Virginia. He was born about 1768 in Henry County, Virginia. He died on Jan 06, 1834 in Warren County, Tennessee, USA.

Notes for Sarah "Sally" Hale:Birth: 1770

Virginia, USADeath: 1822

Warren CountyTennessee, USA

Family links: Parents: John Hale (1790 - ____) Susanna Tittle Hale (1792 - ____) Spouse: David Tittle (1768 - 1834) Children: George Tittle (1804 - 1866)* *Calculated relationship Burial:Unknown Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?] Created by: Douglas Glenn RohdeRecord added: Sep 10, 2014

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vi. RACHEL HALE was born in 1771 in Franklin County, Virginia. She died on Dec 08, 1798 in Warren, Tennessee, United States. She married Thomas Porter on Oct 23, 1789 in Franklin County, Virginia (Franklin County Marriage Book 1, 1853-98 (Robertson) ). He was born in 1771 in Franklin Co VA.

vii. BENJAMIN HALE was born in 1774 in Patrick, Virginia, United States. He died on Dec 27, 1829 in Mercer County, Kentucky. He married Mary Hollandsworth, daughter of James Hollandsworth and Rebecca Adams on Dec 13, 1802 in Patrick County, Virginia (Patrick County Va Marrriages/Bonds Page 27/ wit by: William Adams, Isaac , and David Tuttle). She was born in 1770 in Virginia. She died in 1850 in Gunlock, Magoffin, Kentucky.

Notes for Benjamin Hale:Birth: 1774

Virginia, USADeath: 1829

son of Joseph P. Hale and Rachel Family links: Spouse: Mary Hollandsworth Hale (1770 - 1850) Children: John Hale (1803 - 1863)* *Calculated relationship Inscription:Husband of Mary Hollandsworth Burial:Brice Hale Cemetery GunlockMagoffin CountyKentucky, USA Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?] Created by: SharonRecord added: Apr 20, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial# 88847649

viii. KEZIAH HALE was born in 1763 in Franklin County, Virginia. She died after 1830 in Patrick Co. Virginia. She married Jacob Peary on Nov 22, 1802 in Patrick Co, Va (Witness Benjamin Hale and William Adams).

ix. JOHN HALE was born on Oct 25, 1766 in Franklin County, Virginia. He died in 1833 in Franklin Co., VA. He married Susannah Wade, daughter of John Utley Wade and Alice Woodrum on Mar 17, 1789 in Franklin County, Virginia (Surety David Willis, married by Robert Jones). She was born on Oct 25, 1768 in Goochland County, Virginia, USA. She died in 1847 in Franklin County, Virginia (Age: 79).

Notes for John Hale:Birth: unknownDeath: 1833

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Grave marked by a small stone with J.H. only Family links: Spouse: Susannah Wade Hale (____ - 1847) Children: William Hale (1790 - 1880)* *Calculated relationship Burial:Hale Cemetery FerrumFranklin CountyVirginia, USA Created by: larry eanesRecord added: Aug 31, 2014 Find A Grave Memorial# 135243311

x. NANCY HALE was born on Sep 15, 1775 in Franklin County, Virginia. She died on Dec 08, 1798 in Carter, Tennessee, United States. She married Douglas Biggs on Aug 14, 1798 in Patrick Co, Virginia. He was born on Jul 04, 1772 in Russell County, Virginia, USA. He died on Oct 03, 1839 in Carter County, Kentucky, USA.

6. THOMAS2 HALE (Thomas1) was born on Oct 19, 1742 in Warrington Township, York County, Pennsylvania, USA. He died on May 09, 1802 in Craig's Creek Montgomery Co, Va. He married Agnes A. Price, daughter of John Michael Price and Margaret Killian in 1780 in Montgomery County, Virginia. She was born in 1759 in VIrginia. She died on Sep 06, 1841 in Craigs Creek,Montgomery County, Virginia.

Notes for Thomas Hale:Birth: unknownDeath: May 9, 1802

Family links: Children: William Hale (1787 - 1863)* *Calculated relationship Burial:Bowen Family Cemetery Craig CountyVirginia, USA Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?] Created by: Roanna Camden CannRecord added: Jul 21, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial# 93968830

Ancestor #: A002791Service: VIRGINIA Rank: PATRIOTIC SERVICEBirth: (ANTE) 1759Death: 9 May 1802 CRAIG'S CREEK MONTGOMERY CO VIRGINIAService Source: KEGLEY, EARLY ADVENTURES ON THE WESTERN WATERS, VOL 1, P149

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Service Description: 1) SIGNED OATH OF ALLEGIANCE,VA

Thomas Hale86 acresBotetourt

Patrick Henry Esquire Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia To all to whome these presents shall come Greetings. Know Ye that by virtue and in consideration of part of a Land Office Treasury Warrant Number fifteen thousand one hundred and two and issued the fourteenth day of February one thousand seven hundred and eighty three there is granted by the said Commonwealth unto Thomas Hale assignee of Robert Henderson who was assignee of James Raburn a certain tract or parcel of land containing eighty six acres by servey bearing date the twenty ninth day of September one thousand seven hundred eighty three lying and being in the county of Botetourt on Toms Creek a branch of Roanoke adjoining the lands of Michael Price and John Miller and bounded as followeth To wit: Beginning at three white oaks corner to said Miller fence north sixty degrees east one hundred twenty six poles to a white oak and black oak corner to said Price and with his line south eighty three degrees east eighty seven poles to a white oak on said line and leaving said line north forty two degrees west eighty six poles to a black oak and gum by a branch thence north thirty one degrees west sixty four poles to two pines on a hill side thence south fifty five degrees west one hundred and twenty poles to a white oak and pine thence south two degrees west one hundred twenty poles to the beginning with its appurtenances To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land with its appurtenances to the said Thomas Hale and his heirs forever. In witness whereof the said Patrick Henry Esquire Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia hath hereunto set his hand and caused the lesser seal of the said Commonwealth to be affixed at Richmond on the twenty seventh day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred eighty five and of the Commonwealth the tenth.

Patrick HenryName Notes:Ancestor #: A002791Service: VIRGINIA Rank: PATRIOTIC SERVICEBirth: (ANTE) 1759Death: 9 May 1802 CRAIG'S CREEK MONTGOMERY CO VIRGINIAService Source: KEGLEY, EARLY ADVENTURES ON THE WESTERN WATERS, VOL 1, P149Service Description: 1) SIGNED OATH OF ALLEGIANCE,VA

Notes for Agnes A. Price:AGNES PRICE

Agnes was the sixth of ten children born to Michael and Margaretha Killian Price. She was born in 1759 in Augusta County, Virginia. In 1780 she married Thomas Hale. He died before she wrote her will on January 31, 1835. She died before September 6, 1841, when her will was presented before the Montgomery County, Virginia court.

Agnes and Thomas Hale had eight children:

1.1. William had at least one son, Isaac1.2. Jacob1.3. Job1.4. Elizabeth - married a Lucas1.5. Hannah - married a Lucas1.6. Margaret - married an All1.7. Nancy- married a Bowles1.8. Mary- married David Lucas and had 5 children.

Will of Agnes Price and Codicil

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In the name of God amen I Agnes Hale of the County of Montgomery and State of Virginia being aged and infirm but of sound mind and disposing memory do make and ordain this my last will and testament. I give and bequeath to my oldest son William Hale the sum of Fifty dollars which I loaned him with interest thereon and desire that the bond may be cancelled as a fulfillment of the obligation and this devise. I give and bequeath to my son Jacob Hale in addition to the land his father willed him all debts and dues that I may have against him and desire that all accounts and obligations from him to me may be cancelled and further I devise to him one sixth part of all the personal property of which I may die possessed. I give and devise to my son Job Hale that third part of the land on which I reside being all of which I purchased of my son William and which was devised to him by his fathers will, I give this in lieu of any part of the personal estate. I give and devise to each of my daughters to be equally divided among them their equal sixth share of my personal estate that is to say my daughter Elizabeth Lucas, Hanna Lucas, Margaret All and Nancy Bowles, I give to the following named children of my daughter Mary Lucas and David Lucas one sixth part of all my personal estate to be equally divided between them and their Mother; Calvin, Parker and Vincent her sons and Elssy & Susannah her daughters to them & their heirs and upon the death of either of the children before their marriage or they come of age, their interest is to be equally divided among the survivors. I give this in lieu of any claim that their Mother might have had upon me or my personal estate I give and devise to Agnes Surface my Niece in consequence of her being called after me, and her being a widow and in straightened circ*mstances the debt which her husband owed me for the purchase of a horse and which would amount to near $20 with interest. Lastly I appoint my son Jacob Hale and my neighbour Charles Black, Esq. My Executors in whom I have perfect confidence, hoping that they will take upon themselves the execution of this my last will and testament signed & declared this 31st day of January 1835 & sealed & acknowledged.

In presence of Agnes A. HaleJames P. PrestonJohn HaleJohn B. Slusser Having altered my wish respecting some of my personal property and being desirous of making special devises to my daughters I make and declare this codicil as a part of my last will and testament and desire it to be executed by my Executors named in my will made 31st January, 1835 revoking only so much of the same as may be opposed to the following devises. I give to my four daughters Viz. Elizabeth & Hannah Lucas, Margaret All and Nancy Bowles my four beds and bedsteads to be equally and fairly valued by my Executors, and then they my daughters, or my Executors to draw lots for the same to be given to them and their heirs & in lieu of a bed I give to my daughter Mary Lucas ten dollars to be paid out of the sale of my personal estate not specially devised, and before a general devise of the same among my children shall be made. In testimony whereof I have subscribed my name and declared this to be a part of my last will & testament this 24th day of October 1835. In presence of Agnes A. Hale

James P. PrestonJohn HaleJohn B. Slusser As a Court held for Montgomery County the 6th day of September 1841. This last will and testament of Agnes Hale deceased was presented in court together with a codicil thereto, and the said will and codicil were proven by the oaths of John Hale and John B. Slusser two of the witnesses thereto subscribed and ordered to be recorded; And on the motion of Charles Black one of the Executors therein named who made oath and together with John Barger his security entered into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of twenty five hundred dollars; conditioned as the law directs. A certificate is granted him for obtaining a probate thereof in due form; and liberty is received to the other executor to qualify hereafter. Teste: R.D. Montague, ClerkThe above was taken from a copy of the original document certified by Allan C. Burke, Circuit Court Montgomery County, Virginia and received by Susan (Hale) Parkhurst on December 28, 2002. Please accept my apology for any errors made in translating the text.

From Susan Parkherst - My ancestor, Thomas Hale, Montgomery County, Virginia believed born

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between 1750 - 1755 and Edward Hale of Giles County, Virginia, born about the same period although believed younger than Thomas, could be potential candidates for sons of Thomas Hale, Warrington Twp., York Co., Pennsylvania.They could also be the sons of William Hale the 6th child of Thomas and Hannah Hale, as some believe is likely.William was killed by indians possibly in the early 1770's.I am relatively certain that Edward and Thomas Hale were brothers.The families where connected quite closely, married into the same families and their grandchildren even married each other.

It is also known that the Henry Willis family of Chester County, Pennsylvania has a close relationship with John Hale, Bent Mountain, Virginia. That the Willis property in Chester Co., Pennsylvania is not that far from Thomas Hale's in Warrington Township. We believe in theory that the two families may have known each other before coming to Virginia. Several Willis family members married children of John Hale, Bent Mountain, Virginia.

John Hale, Bent Mountain, Virginia, is believed to be the uncle of my ancestor. Although I have theorized that he could possibly be an older brother and not just their uncle.

Additionally, Thomas Hale's property was adjacent to that of Robert Vale's and James Prunty. Robert received a land warrent in the mid 1740's and James Prunty about the same time as Thomas Hale.

There are Vale's and Prunty family members associated with the men of Montgomery and Giles Counties.

My alternate line of thinking came about, because my Thomas Hale (Montgomery County, VA) appears to have been accepted into the church community and the family of Michael Price, his father-in-law, quite freely. It was as if Thomas already knew these people before marrying into the family. The Price family came from the Lancaster County area of Pennsylvania and one of the first families in the Montgomery County area. Early records indicate that the Price "fort" may have been one of the first in the area.

Land Grant to Thomas Hale

Thomas Hale86 acresBotetourt

Patrick Henry Esquire Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia To all to whome these presents shall come Greetings. Know Ye that by virtue and in consideration of part of a Land Office Treasury Warrant Number fifteen thousand one hundred and two and issued the fourteenth day of February one thousand seven hundred and eighty three there is granted by the said Commonwealth unto Thomas Hale assignee of Robert Henderson who was assignee of James Raburn a certain tract or parcel of land containing eighty six acres by servey bearing date the twenty ninth day of September one thousand seven hundred eighty three lying and being in the county of Botetourt on Toms Creek a branch of Roanoke adjoining the lands of Michael Price and John Miller and bounded as followeth To wit: Beginning at three white oaks corner to said Miller fence north sixty degrees east one hundred twenty six poles to a white oak and black oak corner to said Price and with his line south eighty three degrees east eighty seven poles to a white oak on said line and leaving said line north forty two degrees west eighty six poles to a black oak and gum by a branch thence north thirty one degrees west sixty four poles to two pines on a hill side thence south fifty five degrees west one hundred and twenty poles to a white oak and pine thence south two degrees west one hundred twenty poles to the beginning with its appurtenances To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land with its appurtenances to the said Thomas Hale and his heirs forever. In witness whereof the said Patrick Henry Esquire Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia hath hereunto set his hand and caused the lesser seal of the said Commonwealth to be affixed at Richmond on the twenty seventh day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred eighty five and of the Commonwealth the tenth.

Patrick HenryThomas Hale and Agnes A. Price had the following children:

i. HANNAH3 HALE was born in 1781 in Christiansburg, Montgomery County, Virginia. She died on Jan 28, 1860 in Newport, Giles, Virginia. She married Thomas Lucus, son of William

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Parker Lucas and Margaret E. Price on Nov 12, 1801 in Christiansburg, Montgomery County, Virginia. He was born in 1780 in Newport, Giles County, Virginia. He died on Dec 28, 1855 in Newport, Giles County, Virginia.

ii. NANCY HALE was born in 1798 in Montgomery Co, Virginia. She died in 1850 in Montgomery County, Virginia. She married Peter Bowles, son of Thomas Bowles and Jemima Day on Sep 29, 1826 in Montgomery County, Va. He was born in 1795 in Hanover, Virginia. He died in 1867 in Montgomery, Giles, Virginia.

iii. ELIZABETH HALE was born in 1786 in Montgomery County, Virginia. She died in 1850. She married Edward Lucus, son of Charles Lucas and Anne Kathleen Kaewood on Nov 07, 1801 in Montgomery, Giles, Virginia, USA. He was born in 1781 in Montgomery County, Virginia. He died in 1860 in Newport, Giles, Virginia.

iv. MARY "POLLY" HALE was born in 1790 in Montgomery County, Virginia. She died in 1890 in Giles County, Virginia. She married David Lucus in 1809 in Montgomery County, Virginia. He was born on Mar 16, 1785 in Montgomery, Giles, Virginia, USA. He died in Oct 1820 in Hickory Grove, Benton, Indiana.

v. MARGARET MARY HALE was born in 1792 in Montgomery County, VA. She died on Sep 15, 1872 in Montgomery County, Virginia (Death Age: 86). She married Robert Aul on Apr 10, 1812 in Montgomery County, Virginia. He was born on Nov 18, 1780 in New Castle County, Delaware, USA. He died on Jan 02, 1855 in Montgomery County, Virginia. Margaret Mary:Her cause of death was Typhoid Fever.

Notes for Margaret Mary Hale:Birth: unknownDeath: Sep. 15, 1872

Margaret was the daughter of Thomas and Agnes Price Hale. She died of typhoid fever. Family links: Children: William H All (____ - 1882)* Nancy All Lee (____ - 1883)* Ellen All (____ - 1880)* *Calculated relationship Note: stone badly damaged, unreadable, death from VA death records Burial:Alls Cemetery Roanoke CountyVirginia, USA Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?] Created by: kpetRecord added: Dec 09, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial# 62745596

vi. WILLIAM ARTHUR HALE was born on May 03, 1787 in Toms Creek, Montgomery, Virginia, United States. He died on Aug 24, 1863 in Hawesville, Hanco*ck County, Kentucky, USA. He married Catherine "Charity" Snider, daughter of John Snider and Gertude Charity Barrick on Mar 18, 1811 in Montgomery Co, VA. She was born on Jun 13, 1789 in Frederick County,

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Maryland, USA. She died on Dec 23, 1835 in Hawsville, Hanco*ck County, Kentucky, USA.

Notes for William Arthur Hale:Birth: May 3, 1787

Montgomery CountyVirginia, USA

Death: Aug. 24, 1863HawesvilleHanco*ck CountyKentucky, USA

Parents: Thomas Hale & Agnes Price

Gravestone Photo courtesy of Jerry Long

Family links: Parents: Thomas Hale (____ - 1802) Spouse: Catherine Snider Hale (1789 - 1835)* Children: Thomas Hale (1811 - 1863)* Charity D. Hale Rice (1813 - 1888)* Agnes Hale Lyons (1815 - 1874)* Eliza Hale Lindsey (1818 - 1897)* John Hale (1818 - 1900)* William Arthur Hale (1820 - 1861)* Mariah Hale Rice (1821 - 1869)* Isaac Hale (1823 - 1900)* David Lafayette Hale (1826 - 1890)* Catherine Hale Nichols (1827 - 1904)* Sally Hale (1829 - 1839)* Charles Hale (1831 - 1907)* *Calculated relationship Burial:Hale-Isom Cemetery Hanco*ck CountyKentucky, USA Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?] Created by: Sherry Allen HosfordRecord added: Apr 14, 2011 Find A Grave Memorial# 68372990

vii. JOB HALE was born on Sep 05, 1796 in Montgomery County, Virginia. He died in Hanco*ck County, Kentucky. He married Francis Fanny Love in 1824. She was born in 1808 in Montgomery Co., Virginia. She died in Kentucky.

viii. JACOB HALE was born on Aug 20, 1782 in Montgomery County, Virginia. He died on Sep 07, 1849 in Blacksburg, Montgomery, Virginia, United States. He married ELIZABETH HYLTON. He married (2) EVE SMITH in 1802 in Montgomery Co Va.. She was born on Nov 03, 1771 in

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Pa.. She died on Aug 23, 1843 in Montgomery County, va..

7. EDWARD G.2 HALE (Thomas1) was born in 1750 in Warrington Township, York County, Pennsylvania, USA. He died on Jul 04, 1823 in Giles County, Virginia. He married Martha Patsy Purdue, daughter of "William Uriah" Purdue and Edith Morning Hale on Sep 26, 1786 in Montgomery, Virginia, USA. She was born in 1768 in BEDFORD COUNTY, VA. She died in Dec 1834 in Pearisburg, Giles, Virginia.

Edward G. Hale and Martha Patsy Purdue had the following children:i. PHOEBE3 HALE was born on Jul 30, 1807 in Giles County, Virginia. She died on Nov 15, 1874

in Mercer, West Virginia. She married John McClaugherty, son of James McClaugherty and Sarah Mullins on Jun 29, 1824 in Giles County, Virginia. He was born on May 01, 1803 in Montgomery County, Virginia. He died on Aug 03, 1872 in Mercer, West Virginia (Age: 69).

ii. JESSE HALE was born on Sep 22, 1799 in Giles County, Virginia. He died on May 23, 1862 in Monroe, West Virginia. He married Margaret Peggy Watts on Sep 02, 1828 in Giles County, Virginia. She was born on Jun 17, 1809 in Virginia. She died on Jan 16, 1888 in Monroe, West Virginia (West Virginia).

iii. WILLIAM HALE was born on Nov 10, 1809 in Giles County, Virginia. He died on Apr 11, 1892 in Lock Springs, Daviess, Missouri. He married ELIZABETH A WILLIAMS. She was born on Jan 04, 1814 in Hoges Chapel, Giles, Virginia, United States. She died on Nov 09, 1884 in Lock Springs, Daviess, Missouri, United States (Age: 70).

Notes for William Hale:Birth: Oct. 27, 1850

SampselLivingston CountyMissouri, USA

Death: Apr. 12, 1911ChillicotheLivingston CountyMissouri, USA

"John M. Hale, who had been confined to his room at the home of his sister, Mrs. J.R. Campbell, West Bryan Street, since Christmas, died Wednesday morning at three o'clock. For the past week, his death was expected. At times he would be seized by sinking spells from which his relatives thought he would never recover, but he would shortly revive and his condition was apparently better. His death was caused from stomach trouble.

The decedent was born in Sampsel township, October 27, 1850. He grew to manhood in this county. Early in life he accepted a position with the Cortege Machine Company and worked with this company five years in Manitoba and New York. He severed his connection with this company and went to the McCormick Harvester Company where he worked as traveling salesman for a number of years. For the past several years and at the time of his death, he was with the international company with headquarters in St Joseph.

John Hale was a man who had a large circle of friends. He worked himself up into a good position by his honest dealings and his courteous treatment to his customers. He was known over the state as one of the best salesmen with the international company.

Funeral Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock from the home of Dr. J.R. Campbell, Rev. Moore conducting the services. Interment in Edgewood Cemetery.

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The following brothers and sisters survive, J.T. Hale of this city, W.B. Hale of Texico, N.M., Robert Hale of Polk County, Mrs. J.R. Campbell of this city and Mrs. R.K. Dunn of Sampsel." The Chillicothe Constitution, April 12, 1911 Family links: Parents: William Hale (1809 - 1892) Elizabeth A. Williams Hale (1814 - 1884) Siblings: Daniel W Hale (____ - 1862)* Eglantine Martha Hale Graves (1831 - 1887)* Nancy Irene Hale Gibbons (1833 - 1909)* George Edward Hale (1838 - 1897)* James Tyler Hale (1839 - 1928)* Sarah Louisa Hale Dunn (1846 - 1912)* William B. Hale (1848 - 1941)* John M. Hale (1850 - 1911) Robert Lewis Hale (1854 - 1919)* Harriett Louise Hale Campbell (1856 - 1937)* *Calculated relationship Note: Marker inscription indicates a birthdate of October 16, 1851 and a death date of April 9, 1911 Burial:Edgewood Cemetery ChillicotheLivingston CountyMissouri, USA Created by: TressiaRecord added: Feb 19, 2016 Find A Grave Memorial# 158358241

iv. ELIAS HALE was born on Jun 18, 1802 in Giles County, Virginia. He died on Mar 17, 1873 in Mercer, West Virginia. He married (1) NANCY PETERS, daughter of Christian Peters and Anna Katherine Fudge in 1882 in Monroe, West Virginia, United States. She was born on Sep 04, 1801 in Peterstown, Monroe, West Virginia. She died on Nov 10, 1847 in Monroe, Virginia, USA. He married (2) RHONDA MOORE on Sep 08, 1848 in Tazewell, Tazewell, Virginia. She was born in 1804 in Monroe, West Virginia. She died in 1860 in Mercer, West Virginia. He married (3) ELIZA F PARKER on Aug 14, 1867 in Mercer, West Virginia. She was born in 1837 in Franklin County, Virginia.

v. CHARLES HALE was born in 1791 in Montgomery County Virginia. He died in May 1862 in Giles County, Virginia. He married Catherine Dunn, daughter of John Dunn and Mary Peters on Mar 17, 1812 in Monroe County, West Virginia (Former Monroe was in VA.). She was born about 1793 in Wolf Creek, Giles County, Virginia, United States. She died on Feb 24, 1864 in Wolf Creek, Giles County, Virginia, United States.

vi. THOMAS HALE was born on May 16, 1787 in Giles County, Virginia. He died on May 15, 1853 in Monroe, West Virginia. He married Mary Agnes Lucas on Aug 10, 1811 in Giles County, Virginia. She was born on Jun 05, 1798 in Sinking Creek, Giles, Virginia, USA. She died on Feb 26, 1869 in Giles County, Virginia.

Notes for Thomas Hale:Birth: May 16, 1787

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Death: May 15, 1853

"In Memory of My FATHER" Family links: Parents: Edward Hale (1750 - 1823) Spouse: Agnes Hale (1786 - 1869) Children: Lorenza D. Hale (1819 - 1897)* Martha A. Hale Shannon (1823 - 1898)* Priscilla Hale French (1826 - 1910)* Rhoda C. Hale (1828 - 1907)* Jesse Green Hale (1830 - 1883)* Siblings: Thomas Hale (1787 - 1853) Isaac Hale (1795 - 1869)* Daniel Hale (1797 - 1864)* William Hale (1809 - 1892)* *Calculated relationship Burial:Hale Cemetery NarrowsGiles CountyVirginia, USA Created by: Sharon BrownRecord added: Jun 04, 2008 Find A Grave Memorial# 27328511

vii. ISAAC HALE was born on Apr 27, 1795 in Giles County, Virginia. He died on Feb 11, 1869 in Narrows, Giles County, Virginia. He married Nancy Lucas, daughter of Parker Lucas and Margaret Price on Jan 27, 1820 in Giles County, Virginia. She was born on Jul 27, 1799 in Montgomery, Giles, Virginia, USA. She died on Jun 24, 1884 in Giles County, Virginia.

viii. MARY "POLLY" J HALE was born on Feb 05, 1805 in Giles County, Virginia. She died on Aug 01, 1881 in Chillicothe, Livingston, Missouri, United States. She married John Burke Williams, son of George Luther Williams and Nancy Weaver Burke on Dec 28, 1824 in Narrows, Giles, Virginia, United States. He was born on Nov 18, 1799 in Hoges Chapel, Giles, Virginia, United States. He died on Sep 26, 1850 in Chillicothe, Livingston, Missouri, United States.

ix. DANIEL HALE was born on Oct 17, 1797 in Wolf Creek, Giles, Virginia, USA. He died on Sep 30, 1864 in Wolf Creek, Giles County, Virginia (Age: 66). He married Caroline Elizabeth Watts, daughter of William Watts and Mary Polly Ashley on Apr 12, 1827 in Giles County, Virginia. She was born on Oct 30, 1807 in Giles Co. VA. She died on Oct 03, 1888 in Giles Co. VA.

Notes for Daniel Hale:Birth: Oct. 17, 1797Death: Sep. 30, 1864

(OBELISK Marker- 3 sides On front is DANIEL) Son of Martha Patsy

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Perdue Family links: Parents: Edward Hale (1750 - 1823) Spouse: Caroline Elizabeth Hale (1807 - 1888)* Children: Thomas F. Hale (1829 - 1917)* Pauline Malvina Hale Tolley (1833 - 1907)* Charles E. Hale (1835 - 1911)* Linia Watts Hale Rowland (1842 - 1915)* Cornelia Hale Brown (1844 - 1928)* Clara Josephine Hale (1847 - 1858)* Daniel Franklin Hale (1850 - 1928)* Siblings: Thomas Hale (1787 - 1853)* Isaac Hale (1795 - 1869)* Daniel Hale (1797 - 1864) William Hale (1809 - 1892)* *Calculated relationship Burial:Hale Cemetery NarrowsGiles CountyVirginia, USA Created by: Sharon BrownRecord added: Jun 04, 2008 Find A Grave Memorial# 27329839

x. ISAIAH HALE was born on May 16, 1785 in Giles County, Virginia. He died on May 10, 1858 in Giles County, Virginia. He married (1) MARGARET SARAH LUCAS on Oct 21, 1820 in Giles Co, Va. She was born in 1793 in Montgomery County, Virginia. She died in 1831 in Giles County, Virginia. He married (2) SARAH R HALL, daughter of Benjamin Hall and Margaret McKenzie in 1832. She was born in 1805 in Giles County, Virginia. She died in 1900.

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