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  1. Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild. Ship Glasgow, 1738. Lists "Henry Hall 50 [years old]". Online [http://www.immigrantships.net/v2/1700v2/glasgow17380909.html], accessed June 2004.
  2. Hall, Dr. Abraham Sager. Various writings and genealogical research of Dr. Abram Sager Hall, Saline, Michigan found in the Perry Historians, 15 March 2000 by Stephen Edward Hall. (Unpublished.).
  3. Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild. Ship Neptune, 1751. Lists "Henrich Hall". Online [http://www.immigrantships.net/v3/1700v3/neptune17510924.html], accessed 19 June 2004.
  4. Hain, H. H. History of Perry County, Pennsylvania, Hain-Moore Company, Publishers, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1922. Page 166.
  5. http://valleyforgemusterroll.org/detailMSAccess.asp?LName=PA00175.
  6. Runaways in the Pennsylvania Gazette 1775-1783. Online [http://members.tripod.com/~LadyValois/runaways.htm], accessed 2005-04-02.
  7. Census, 1870, PA, Perry County, Madison Twp.
  8. Bell, Herbert C. editor. History of Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, Chicago, Illinois: Brown, Runk & Co., Publishers, 1891. Chapter 14, Pages 444-514, Part A, Sunbury, "Reminiscences of Dr. R. H. Awl." Online [http://www.webroots.org/library/usahist/honcpa11a.html], accessed 2005-04-02.
  9. Limric, Vi P. Record of Duncannon Union Cemetery, Duncannon, Perry County, Pennsylvania. Online [http://www.pa -geneal.hispeed.com/per/dununpe1.htm], accessed 13 March 2000.
  10. Houseworth, W. E., and Sons. New Lutheran Cemetery, Selinsgrove, Snyder County, Pennsylvania. (Described as "Trinity (English) Lutheran.") Online [http: //www.rootsweb.com/~pasnyder/cemeteries/selinewl.txt], accessed 2000 Sep 11.
  11. Hain, H. H. History of Perry County, Pennsylvania, Hain-Moore Company, Publishers, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1922. Page 563.
  12. Limric, Vi P. Cemetery record of Millerstown Cemetery, (old) Perry County Pennsylvania. Online [http://www.pa -geneal.hispeed.com/per/milltnpe.htm], accessed 13 March 2000.
  13. Limric, Vi P. Cemetery record of Emmanuel Lutheran Churchyard, Thompsontown, Delaware Township, Juniata County, Pennsylvania. Online [http://www.pa -geneal.hispeed.com/jun/emmlujun.htm], accessed 13 March 2000.
  14. Limric, Vi P. Cemetery record of Westminster Presbyterian Cemetery, Mifflintown, Fayette Township, Juniata County, Pennsylvania. Online [http://www.pa -geneal.hispeed.com/jun/westmju2.htm], accessed 13 March 2000.
  15. (unknown). Handwritten descendent chart of Georg/Jurg Haal, likely by Harry Lenig of Perry County, Pennsylvania, in correspondence with Abram Sager Hall, Saline, Michigan, during the 1920-40s. (Found in the Perry Historians, Hall file, 1998).
  16. Kimmel, William Robert. The Kimmel and Maupin Families. Online [http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/k/i/m/William-R-Kimmel/index.html], accessed 20 March 2000.
  17. Will of Mathias Loy Proved October 22nd, 1783 Berks County, Pennsylvania, Witnessed 1762 February 22. Online [http://www.rootsweb.com/~paberks/wills/loy-matthias.html], accessed 18 Jun 2004.
  18. Birth/Baptism Records, Pennsylvania, Berks County. Found on Berks County mailing list. Online [http://listsearches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/textindices/P/PABERKS+2002+21204996959+F], accessed June 2004.
  19. Strassburger, Ralph Beaver (1883-1959), edited by William John Hinke. Pennsylvania German Pioneers : A publication of the original lists of arrivals in the port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808. Baltimore, Genealogical Pub. Co., 1992. (Also: Strassburger & Hinke's Pennsylvania German Pioneers, 1934, by the Pennsylvania German Society, Norristown, PA.).
  20. Weiser, Frederick S. The Record Book of Daniel Schumacher, 1754-1733, Picton Press, 1993. p.77.
  21. Ibid., p.98.
  22. Giuseppi, Montague S. Naturalizations in the American Colonies. Assumed to be one of the works by Montague S. Giuseppi, the latest of which is similarly named and dated 1979, although the source is actually a photocopy of just two pages from Vicki Bevelhymer Ames. Only the title and page numbers are visible in addition to the selected genealogical information referenced. p. 103. Jurors' Names: George Haal. Township: Albany. County: Berks. Sacrament when taken: Sept. 8, 1765.
  23. Ibid.
  24. Hinke, William J., transcriber. 1768-1863 Church Record of the Evangelical Lutheran Church (also called Allemaengel, Albany, New Jerusalem, and Red Church), September 1938. p.2.
  25. Ibid.
  26. (unknown). Church Record of the Friedens Union Church, Albany Township, Berks County, 1771-1876. Also known as the united Protestant Lutheran and Reformed congregations, Allemaengel, Pennsylvania. Associated with the efforts of Daniel Schumacher, our actual source is a photocopy of a typed transcription of the record made in 1933, unsourced but matching a similar transcription for nearby Allemangel Church by William J. Hinke, in September 1938. p.5.
  27. Will Abstracts and Papers of Administration, Berks County, PA 1766-1774. Online [http://www.rootsweb.com/~paberks/wills/wilab3.html], accessed 19 Jun 2004.
  28. Will abstract of John Foos, Greenwich Township, Berks County Pennsylvania. Appears to have been derived from actual source, not abstract, as it lists signature/witness date as Sept.11, 1775. Online [http://members.aol.com/gsmithsan/foose1.htm], accessed 2005-04-20.
  29. Hall, John. 9 Sep 1788 inquest to divide the real estate of George Hall, late of Albany Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania among his children. Photocopy from Vicki Ames.
  30. Hench, Hench, and Lenig, The Johannes Hench Family in America, Hench Family, 1972. p.338.
  31. Hollenback, Raymond. Frieden's Union Church, Albany Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1967. Transcribed by Peggy Mayfield via email 25 February 2005. p.11.
  32. Ames, Vicki Bevelhymer. General research exchanged in correspondance 2004-2005, relying on several sources, including the church records of Allemaengel and Friedens Union churches, Albany Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Family Group Sheets, Oct 4, 2004.
  33. Giuseppi, Montague S. Naturalizations in the American Colonies. Assumed to be one of the works by Montague S. Giuseppi, the latest of which is similarly named and dated 1979, although the source is actually a photocopy of just two pages from Vicki Bevelhymer Ames. Only the title and page numbers are visible in addition to the selected genealogical information referenced. p. 109.
  34. Ibid., p. 109. Jurors' Names: Peter Haal. Township: Greenwich. County: Berks. Sacrament when taken: Oct. 3, 1765.
  35. Humphrey, John T., Pennsylvania Births, Berks County 1710-1780, Washington D.C., 1997. Based on Records of Daniel Schumacher, 1754- . Single line excerpt via email with Marc D. Thompson, 5 April 2005.
  36. Weiser, Frederick S. The Record Book of Daniel Schumacher, 1754-1733, Picton Press, 1993. p.132.
  37. Ibid., p.238.
  38. Hollenback, Raymond. Frieden's Union Church, Albany Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1967. Transcribed by Peggy Mayfield via email 25 February 2005. p.13.
  39. Hertzler, Leon E. Cemetery stones read at Erbs Mennonite Church Graveyard, South Middleton Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Online [http://www.p a-geneal.hispeed.com/cumb/zzcc/erb.htm] accessed 13 March 2000.
  40. Wagenseller, George W. Reformed Graveyard, near Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania. Listed by source as "Saint Paul's United Church of Christ (Reformed)." Online [http://www.rootsweb.com/~pasnyder/cemeteries/selirefo.txt], accessed 2000 Sep 11.
  41. Census, 1850. Records John Hall family. Online [http://www.rootsweb.com/~pasnyder/Census/1850Penns.txt].
  42. (unknown). Query, Perry County, Jan 1, 1999 - Oct 17, 1999. Online [http://www.usgennet.org/~ahpaperr/pequery.htm], accessed 2000.
  43. Census, 1870, PA, Perry County, Landisburg.
  44. (unknown). Various Announcements Recorded in Perry County Newspapers, 1820-1870. Online [http://www.rootsweb.com/~paperry/perry_marriages_newsppr.htm], accessed 7 June 2004.
  45. Bookwalter, Judy. Perry County Death Notices section, posted 3 July 2002. Online [www.pa-roots.com], accessed 2002.
  46. Limric, Vi P. Cemetery record of Lebanon Lutheran and Reformed Churchyard, Loysville, Tyrone Township, Perry County, Pennsylvania. Online [http://www.pa -geneal.hispeed.com/per/leblucem.htm], accessed 13 March 2000.
  47. Limric, Vi P. Record of Emanuel Lutheran and Reformed Churchyard, Buffalo Mills, Saville Township, Perry County, Pennsylvania. (Founded Lutheran Reform, now Buffalo Cemetery.) Online [http://www.pa -geneal.hispeed.com/per/emluthpe.htm], accessed 13 March 2000.
  48. Limric, Vi P. Cemetery record of Lost Creek Presbyterian Churchyard, Fayette Township, Juniata County, Pennsylvania. Online [http://www.pa -geneal.hispeed.com/jun/loscrprs.htm], accessed 13 March 2000.
  49. Weiser, Frederick S. The Record Book of Daniel Schumacher, 1754-1733, Picton Press, 1993. p.197.
  50. Ames, Vicki Bevelhymer. General research exchanged in correspondance 2004-2005, relying on several sources, including the church records of Allemaengel and Friedens Union churches, Albany Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania.
  51. Weiser, Frederick S. The Record Book of Daniel Schumacher, 1754-1733, Picton Press, 1993. p.231.
  52. Ibid., p.115.
  53. Hall, Stephen Edward, transcriber. Will of John Hall, Senr., Perry County Register of Deeds, Perry County Courthouse, New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania, 15 April 1836.
  54. Hall, Stephen Edward. Cemetery stones read at Emanuel Lutheran and Reformed Churchyard Buffalo Mills, Saville Township, Perry County, Pennsylvania. Established 1835. Stones read 15 March 2000. [Founded Lutheran Reform, now "Bretheren in Christ" or something like that.] (Unpublished.).
  55. Census, 1790, Pennsylvania, Berks County, Transcribed by Kary Wild. (File 7 of 7) District: Albany Enumerator: Mark Lotz. Online [ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/berks/census/1790/pg0270.txt].
  56. Census, 1790, Pennsylvania, Berks County, Albany Township Page 26, 1790 Heads of PA Households. Online [http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/berks/census/1790alba.txt], last accessed 2005-04-20.
  57. Census, 1800, Pennsylvania, Berks County, Albany Township. Online [http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/berks/census/1800alba.txt], accessed Nov 2004.
  58. Hall, Stephen Edward. Cemetery stones of Lebanon Lutheran and Reformed Church at Loysville, Pennsylvania, read 15 March 2000. (Unpublished).
  59. Hall, Dr. Abraham Sager. Various writings and genealogical research of Dr. Abram Sager Hall, Saline, Michigan found in the Perry Historians, 15 March 2000 by Stephen Edward Hall. (Unpublished.), Letter to Mr. Lenig, Dec. 16, 1938.
  60. Weiser, Frederick S. The Record Book of Daniel Schumacher, 1754-1733, Picton Press, 1993. p.158.
  61. Hench, Hench, and Lenig, The Johannes Hench Family in America, Hench Family, 1972.
  62. Hollenback, Raymond. Frieden's Union Church, Albany Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1967. Transcribed by Peggy Mayfield via email 25 February 2005. p.18.
  63. Focht, Rev. D. H., A.M. Churches Between the Mountains, A History of the Lutheran Congregations in Perry County, Pennsylvania, T. Newton Kurtz, Baltimore, 1862.
  64. [kuehnel@mninter.net], Internet genealogy. Online [http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ekuehnel&id=I232], accessed 2002(?).
  65. Glick, Sarah M. and Gladys Glick Guthrie. Descendents of Johannes and Magdalena Glick, 1982. From email with Karl Edler concerning Henry Hall through the marriage of Anna Magdalena Glick.
  66. Williams Bros., History of Franklin and Pickaway Counties, Ohio, 1880. Excerpted from Foos Family Genealogy by Shelly Hallard-Beckham. Online [http://www.foorgenealogy.com], accessed April 2005.
  67. Will of Henry Hall, Pickaway County, Ohio. Excerpted from Foos Family Genealogy by Shelly Hallard-Beckham, cited as "Fairfield County Will and Estate Abstracts, Cases 1001-2000, Jean Collier, Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1998, p 39." Online [http://www.foorgenealogy.com], accessed April 2005.
  68. Hallard-Beckham, Shelly. Foor Family Genealogy. Online [www.foorgenealogy.com], accessed April 2005. Used by written permission. Please see reference URL for updates, Shelly is an expert researcher and historian in the Fairfield County, Ohio area.
  69. Hollenback, Raymond. Frieden's Union Church, Albany Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1967. Transcribed by Peggy Mayfield via email 25 February 2005. p.9.
  70. Ames, Vicki Bevelhymer. General research exchanged in correspondance 2004-2005, relying on several sources, including the church records of Allemaengel and Friedens Union churches, Albany Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Email, March 2005.
  71. Weiser, Frederick S. The Record Book of Daniel Schumacher, 1754-1733, Picton Press, 1993. p.223.
  72. Martina, Chalender. World Wide Web Query "John Hall" on Snyder Co. Pa Queries Forum, posted 23 Feb 2000. Online [http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Pa/Snyder/356], accessed 12 Sep 2000.
  73. Martina, Chalender. World Wide Web query, "John Hall of Wales", Snyder Co. Pa Queries Forum, posted by Chalender Martina on Sun, 26 Dec 1999. Online [http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Pa/Snyder?read=305], accessed 2000 Sep 12.
  74. Bookwalter, Judith, transcriber. Obituary of Mrs. Rebecca Hall. Online [www.pa-roots.com] (Perry County section), accessed 3 July 2002.
  75. Hall, Dr. Abraham Sager. Various writings and genealogical research of Dr. Abram Sager Hall, Saline, Michigan found in the Perry Historians, 15 March 2000 by Stephen Edward Hall. (Unpublished.), Letter to Harry Lenig, 16 February 1933.
  76. Hall, Stephen Edward, transcriber. Will of John Hall, Perry County Register of Deeds, Perry County Courthouse, New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania, September 1862.
  77. Hollenback, Raymond. Frieden's Union Church, Albany Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1967. Transcribed by Peggy Mayfield via email 25 February 2005. p.17.
  78. Frank, Sharon. Cemetery record of Lutheran and Reformed Stone Church Graveyard, Frankford Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Online [http:// www.pa-geneal.hispeed.com/cumb/zzcc/luthston.htm], accessed 13 March 2000.
  79. Hollenback, Raymond. Frieden's Union Church, Albany Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1967. Transcribed by Peggy Mayfield via email 25 February 2005. p.19.
  80. (unknown). Church Record of the Friedens Union Church, Albany Township, Berks County, 1771-1876. Also known as the united Protestant Lutheran and Reformed congregations, Allemaengel, Pennsylvania. Associated with the efforts of Daniel Schumacher, our actual source is a photocopy of a typed transcription of the record made in 1933, unsourced but matching a similar transcription for nearby Allemangel Church by William J. Hinke, in September 1938.
  81. Boden, Suzanne. Written interview, by mail, with Stephen Edward Hall.
  82. Bookwalter, Judith, Personal email, letter and photographs from Judith Bookwalter in February 2002. Regarded her finding of a Daniel Hall gravestone in Emory Chapel cemetery, outside of Loysville, Perry County, Pennsylvania.
  83. Hall, Stephen Edward. Information supplied by my own knowing or witness (unsourced).
  84. Hench, Hench, and Lenig, The Johannes Hench Family in America, Hench Family, 1972. p.339.
  85. (unknown). Church Record of the Friedens Union Church, Albany Township, Berks County, 1771-1876. Also known as the united Protestant Lutheran and Reformed congregations, Allemaengel, Pennsylvania. Associated with the efforts of Daniel Schumacher, our actual source is a photocopy of a typed transcription of the record made in 1933, unsourced but matching a similar transcription for nearby Allemangel Church by William J. Hinke, in September 1938. p.14.
  86. Hollenback, Raymond. Frieden's Union Church, Albany Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1967. Transcribed by Peggy Mayfield via email 25 February 2005. p.20.
  87. Hall, Stephen Edward. Cemetery stones documented at Emory Chapel, just West of Loysville, Perry County, Pennsylvania, 2001.
  88. Limric, Vi P. Cemetery record of St. Andrew Churchyard, Eschol, Saville Township, Perry County, Pennsylvania. Online [http://www.pa -geneal.hispeed.com/per/standper.htm], accessed 13 March 2000.
  89. Hall, Dr. Abraham Sager. Various writings and genealogical research of Dr. Abram Sager Hall, Saline, Michigan found in the Perry Historians, 15 March 2000 by Stephen Edward Hall. (Unpublished.), Letter 3 March 1933.
  90. Hollenback, Raymond. Frieden's Union Church, Albany Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1967. Transcribed by Peggy Mayfield via email 25 February 2005. p. 21.
  91. Ibid., p.21.
  92. Hench, Hench, and Lenig, The Johannes Hench Family in America, Hench Family, 1972. p.340.
  93. Hall, Stephen Edward. Cemetery stones read at St. Andrew Church, Eschol, Saville Township, Perry County, Pennsylvania, 15 March 2000. (Unpublished.).
  94. Hollenback, Raymond. Frieden's Union Church, Albany Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1967. Transcribed by Peggy Mayfield via email 25 February 2005. p.23.
  95. (unknown). Church Record of the Friedens Union Church, Albany Township, Berks County, 1771-1876. Also known as the united Protestant Lutheran and Reformed congregations, Allemaengel, Pennsylvania. Associated with the efforts of Daniel Schumacher, our actual source is a photocopy of a typed transcription of the record made in 1933, unsourced but matching a similar transcription for nearby Allemangel Church by William J. Hinke, in September 1938. p.17.
  96. Census, 1850, Ohio, Pickaway County, Madison Township. Excerpted from Foos Family Genealogy by Shelly Hallard-Beckham. Online [http://www.foorgenealogy.com], accessed April 2005.
  97. Census, 1870, OH, Pickaway County, Madison Township. Excerpted from Foos Family Genealogy by Shelly Hallard-Beckham. Online [http://www.foorgenealogy.com], accessed April 2005.
  98. Hallard-Beckham, Shelly. Foor Family Genealogy. Online [www.foorgenealogy.com], accessed April 2005. Used by written permission. Please see reference URL for updates, Shelly is an expert researcher and historian in the Fairfield County, Ohio area. Churchbooks of the Lutheran and German Reformed Congregations of the Glick/Salem (Union)/Brick Church, 1808-1915, Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co. Chapter OGS, 1993, p 7.
  99. Ames, Vicki Bevelhymer. General research exchanged in correspondance 2004-2005, relying on several sources, including the church records of Allemaengel and Friedens Union churches, Albany Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Email, 2005-04-17.
  100. Obiturary, Daniel Hall. Transcribed by Peggy Keiffer and emailed 5 Jul 2004.
  101. Limric, Vi P. 1998, Liverpool Township, Perry County, Pennsylvania. Online [http://www.pa -geneal.hispeed.com/per/liverpe1.htm], accessed 13 March 2000.
  102. Marriage License, Jermiah Hall and Lavenia S. Shuman.
  103. Shaffer, J.C. and M.P. Arnold, Esq. Cemetery, Hall's Evangelical Lutheran, Chapman, Snyder County, Pennsylvania. (Listed as "Zion (Hall's) Evangelical Lutheran".) . Online [http://www.rootsweb.com/~pasnyder/cemeteries/chaphall.txt], accessed 2000 Sep 11.
  104. Census, 1870, PA, Perry County, Rye Twp.
  105. Census, 1870, PA, Perry County, Saville Twp.
  106. Perry, Nichole "Nikki". Email correspondence, July 2002.
  107. Ibid., "7 January 1822".
  108. (unknown). Handwritten descendent chart of Georg/Jurg Haal, likely by Harry Lenig of Perry County, Pennsylvania, in correspondence with Abram Sager Hall, Saline, Michigan, during the 1920-40s. (Found in the Perry Historians, Hall file, 1998), "1822".
  109. Census, 1870, PA, Perry County.
  110. Census, 1880, PA, Perry County.
  111. Perry, Nichole "Nikki". Email correspondence, July 2002. "13 June 1908".
  112. (unknown). Handwritten descendent chart of Georg/Jurg Haal, likely by Harry Lenig of Perry County, Pennsylvania, in correspondence with Abram Sager Hall, Saline, Michigan, during the 1920-40s. (Found in the Perry Historians, Hall file, 1998), "1908".
  113. Census, 1870, PA, Perry County, Greenwood Twp.
  114. Hall, Connie J. Personal email correspondence. (Unpublished, 18 Feb 2003.) Connie is the sister of Peggy Kieffer.
  115. Kieffer, Peggy of Austin, Texas, compiler, Descendants of Jonathan Hall, (unpublished, printed June 2004.) [This is obviously a printout of research done in genealogical software, beginning with Jonathan, son of Jonathan, grandson of Yohanes Haal.].
  116. Hall, Dr. Abraham Sager. Various writings and genealogical research of Dr. Abram Sager Hall, Saline, Michigan found in the Perry Historians, 15 March 2000 by Stephen Edward Hall. (Unpublished.), Undated genealogy (currently) attached to 3 March 1933 letter.
  117. Hall, Stephen Edward, transcriber. Will of Benjamin Franklin Hall, Carroll Twp, Perry County, Pennsylvania.
  118. Advocate & Press. Death announcment found in a newspaper clipping hand dated 3-29-1893, and attributed to "A + P". (This is probably the date of death, not the newspaper article.) (Unknown. About 29 March 1893).
  119. (unknown), Newspaper clipping photocopied with others. Hand dated "11-1-1894" and referenced "News". (News (Newport?), 1 Nov 1894).
  120. Census, 1870, PA, Perry County, Carroll Township.
  121. Hall, Stephen Edward. Information supplied by my own knowing or witness (unsourced). Visit April 2005.
  122. (unknown). World Wide Web query for "Hall". Online [http://www.rootsweb. com/~paadams/adams.htm], accessed 31 Dec 2000.
  123. Hall, Dr. Abraham Sager. Various writings and genealogical research of Dr. Abram Sager Hall, Saline, Michigan found in the Perry Historians, 15 March 2000 by Stephen Edward Hall. (Unpublished.), Letter to Mr. Lenig, Dec. 16, 1938.
  124. Bookwalter, Judith. Email correspondence, 21 Jun 2002.
  125. Hall, Dr. Abraham Sager. Various writings and genealogical research of Dr. Abram Sager Hall, Saline, Michigan found in the Perry Historians, 15 March 2000 by Stephen Edward Hall. (Unpublished.), Letter to Mr. Lenig, May 2, 1937.
  126. Limric, Vi P. Record of Centre Presbyterian Churchyard cemetery, Bixler, Madison Township, Perry County, Pennsylvania. Online [http://www.pa-geneal.hispeed.com/per/centrepe.htm], accessed 13 March 2000.
  127. Hall, Stephen Edward. Cemetery stones read at Centre Presbyterian Church, Bixler, Madison Township, Perry County, Pennsylvania. (Unpublished.).
  128. (Unknown). Clipping found in Perry Historians, 13 July 1896.
  129. Campbell, Maria. Correspondance by email beginning 10 August 2005.
  130. Census, 1850, OH, Fairfield County, Bloom Township. Excerpted from Foos Family Genealogy by Shelly Hallard-Beckham. Online [http://www.foorgenealogy.com], accessed April 2005.
  131. Hallard-Beckham, Shelly. Foor Family Genealogy. Online [www.foorgenealogy.com], accessed April 2005. Used by written permission. Please see reference URL for updates, Shelly is an expert researcher and historian in the Fairfield County, Ohio area. 1860 Census, Lithopolis, Fairfield County, Ohio.
  132. Census, 1860, OH, Fairfield County, Bloom Township. Excerpted from Foos Family Genealogy by Shelly Hallard-Beckham. Online [http://www.foorgenealogy.com], accessed April 2005.
  133. Ames, Vicki Bevelhymer. General research exchanged in correspondance 2004-2005, relying on several sources, including the church records of Allemaengel and Friedens Union churches, Albany Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Email, 2005-04-18.
  134. Ibid., Email, 2005-04-18. References 1860 Census Henry County, Ohio page 328, 1870 Census Henry County, Ohio.
  135. Hallard-Beckham, Shelly. Foor Family Genealogy. Online [www.foorgenealogy.com], accessed April 2005. Used by written permission. Please see reference URL for updates, Shelly is an expert researcher and historian in the Fairfield County, Ohio area. Referencing 1900 OH, Pickaway County, Madison Township Census.
  136. Hall, Dr. Abraham Sager. Various writings and genealogical research of Dr. Abram Sager Hall, Saline, Michigan found in the Perry Historians, 15 March 2000 by Stephen Edward Hall. (Unpublished.), Letter to Mr. Lenig, Jan 6, 1941.
  137. Hall, Karen. Correspondance March 2005-February 2006.
  138. Obituary, Susannah Hench.
  139. Hall, Harry Morse. Personal interviews with Stephen Edward Hall (grandson), between 1992 and 1 Jan 2001. (One of these interviews was also video-recorded by grandson Christopher Brian Hall.).
  140. Perry, Nichole "Nikki". Email correspondence, July 2002. From an "obituary.".
  141. Kieffer, Peggy. Correspondence by email around 2004.
  142. Ibid., 2005 December. "Allena Kell".
  143. Jensen, Sandy. Marriages: Some Perry County, PA Marriages, 1885-87, vital statistics contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives. Online [ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/perry/vitals/1885marr01.txt], accessed 2004.
  144. Kieffer, Peggy. Correspondence by email around 2004. Email 12 June 2005.
  145. Perry, Nichole "Nikki". Email correspondence, July 2002. Email 12 June 2005.
  146. Kieffer, Peggy. Correspondence by email around 2004. Email 10 Oct 2005.
  147. Ibid., Email 20 Oct 2005.
  148. Ibid., Email, 24 Nov 2005.
  149. Ibid., 2005 December. Marriage information.
  150. Hall, Stephen Edward. Cemetery stone, Duncannon Union Cemetery, Duncannon, Pennsylvania, read 8 Sep 1998.
  151. Ibid., Name listed as "Sarah E. Hall.".
  152. Focht, Rev. D. H., A.M. Churches Between the Mountains, A History of the Lutheran Congregations in Perry County, Pennsylvania, T. Newton Kurtz, Baltimore, 1862. Page 179.
  153. Hall, Stephen Edward, transcriber. Will of James C. Hall, Perry County Register of Deeds, Perry County Courthouse, New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania, 14 September 1898.
  154. Hain, H. H. History of Perry County, Pennsylvania, Hain-Moore Company, Publishers, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1922. Page 812.
  155. Limric, Vi P. Record of Riverview Cemetery, Millerstown, Greenwood Township, Perry County, Pennsylvania Online [http://www.pa-geneal.hispeed.com/per/rivervpe.htm], accessed 13 March 2000. (Last accessed [http://www.rootsweb.com/~paperry/perry_cemeteries_rivervw.htm].).
  156. Hain, H. H. History of Perry County, Pennsylvania, Hain-Moore Company, Publishers, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1922.
  157. (unknown). A clipped newspaper article found in the Perry Historians of unknown origin. [Possibly the Perry Forester?] (Publisher is likely Millerstown area given the mention of local J. C. Hall but not his living brother John W. Hall. Hand-dated 2-7-1894).
  158. Hain, H. H. History of Perry County, Pennsylvania, Hain-Moore Company, Publishers, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1922. Page 813.
  159. Wright, Jeffrey Lynn. History of the Kretzing and Lyons Families of Perry County Pennsylvania, self-published, 1970.
  160. Brown, Kathy. Correspondence August 2007.
  161. Hall, Dr. Abraham Sager. Various writings and genealogical research of Dr. Abram Sager Hall, Saline, Michigan found in the Perry Historians, 15 March 2000 by Stephen Edward Hall. (Unpublished.), Letter to Mr. Lenig, Dec. 8, 1942.
  162. Perry, Nichole "Nikki". Email correspondence, July 2002. From "obituary.".
  163. Kieffer, Peggy. Correspondence by email around 2004. 2005 December. Fillmore County Obituary Index, Vol.1.
  164. Perry, Nichole "Nikki". Email correspondence, July 2002. From obituary of Harry Blaine Hall.
  165. Email correspondence with Dr. Harold George Kretzing, beginning 2008-02-25.
  166. Family Bible, owned by Anna Martha "Sue" Fisher. [Once owned by Charles E. Hall].
  167. Hall, Charles Edward. Personal interviews with Stephen Edward Hall (son).
  168. Will of John K. Hall, Perry County, Pennsylvania.
  169. Hall, Stephen Edward. Personal interview(s) of individual(s) with the author.
  170. Perry County Times, 17 April 2003. Obituary of Harry M. Hall.
  171. Ames, Vicki Bevelhymer. General research exchanged in correspondance 2004-2005, relying on several sources, including the church records of Allemaengel and Friedens Union churches, Albany Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Email, 2005-04-18. References: 1900 Census Henry County, Ohio, page 197; 1910 Census Henry County, Ohio; 1916 Lived at 1038 Dodd Street, Napoleon, Ohio; 1920 Census Henry County, Ohio.