Amos Jessup Hall

Amos Jessup Hall
November 30, 1830 – March 5, 1904

Alternate Spelling: A. J. Hall, Amos J. Hall
1860 Residence: Cumberland County, NC

Military Record
December 2, 1861 – Enlisted at New Hanover County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 2nd Company C
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 2nd Company C
Rank:  Private
January 15, 1865 – Captured at Fort Fisher, NC
Confined at Elmira, NY
March 2, 1865 – Paroled for Exchange
March 9, 1865 – Admitted to the Hospital at Richmond, VA with debility

Parents
Charles Hall 1803-1863
Margaret Averitt 1804-1881

Siblings
Sarah Jane Hall 1825-1891
Ann M. Hall  1826
Charlotte E. Hall  1828
William James Hall  1829       36th NC 2nd Co C
Margaret Sabre Hall  1835
John W. Hall  1837-1864       24th NC Co F
Stephen W. Hall  1839       24th NC Co F
Elizabeth C. Hall  1842

Wife
Nancy Bedsole 1829-1870

Children
Catherine Margaret Hall 1852-1940
Nancy J. Hall 1855
Sallie J. Hall 1855
Margaret Ann Hall 1857-1924
Lucinda Hall 1859-1943
Amos Jessup Clement Hall 1861-1945
Julianna Hall 1864-1917
Lucrecia Hall 1865
Charles Hall 1867

Wife
Elizabeth J. Herring 1850-1896

Children
John Hall 1870-1939
Susan L. Hall 1872
Spicey Jane Hall 1875-1953
Thomas Zeblan Hall 1876-1953
Elizabeth Hall 1879
Gilliam G. Hall 1886-1950

Burial
Old Bullard Family Cemetery
on Dirt Road off Beaver Dam Church Road
Cumberland County, NC

Amos Jessup Hall Grave

Amos Jessup Hall Grave