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Marriage: Children:
  1. George Martin HALL: Birth: 13 Aug 1827 in Fleming County, Kentucky. Death: 22 Nov 1900 in Rowan County, Kentucky

  2. David HALL: Birth: abt 1830 in Fleming County, Kentucky. Death: aft 1911 in Putnam County, Indiana

  3. William H HALL: Birth: 15 Feb 1832 in Morgan County, Kentucky. Death: 14 Mar 1914 in Rowan County, Kentucky

  4. Elizabeth HALL: Birth: abt 1835 in Kentucky.

  5. Isaac, Jr HALL: Birth: abt 1839 in Kentucky. Death: 3 Jan 1868 in North Fork Licking, Morgan County, Kentucky

  6. Jane Ely HALL: Birth: 20 Feb 1842 in Morgan County, Kentucky. Death: 7 Jan 1915 in Montgomery County, Kentucky

  7. John M HALL: Birth: 10 Jan 1844 in Morgan County, Kentucky. Death: 18 May 1910 in Rowan County, Kentucky

  8. James Edmund (Jim) HALL: Birth: 12 May 1847 in Morgan County, Kentucky. Death: 27 Apr 1932 in Harrison County, Kentucky

1. Author:   Teri Pettit
2. Title:   Ely, Isaac Descendants, Branches and Genealogy
Author:   Charles A. Ely

a. Note:   s accused of conspiracy to commit murder because she consulted lawyers before the deed, asking them about the legality should Isaac be killed while the vigilante group was attempting to arrest him. One of the witnesses testifies "Old Mrs Hall said .. he had better be kill than to have to come to the [gallows]. ... She said they had talked to 3 lawyers & if they kill him it was all right he was paid for." (Apparently a colloquialism equivalent to "He got what was coming to him.")
  Anna was accused of conspiracy to commit murder on her son Isaac Jr. Following is a letter to the Governor of Kentucky, Hon. J W Stevenson on the behalf of Anna Hall and the others in the case for their pardon.
  Morhead Ky, August 26th 1868
 Hon. J W Stevenson, Gov. of Ky
  Dr Sir
  Our mutual friend Hon John M Elliot, will apply to your Excellency for the pardon of Geo. Hall, Ben Hall, James Hall, Ann Hall, Frank Alfrey, Jane Alfrey and Wiley C Roberts, persons now indicted, charged with the murder of Isaac Hall, the Brother of the three first (sic), the sone of one of the ladys, and the others near relatives. I refer yo to Judge Elliott and the petition for th facts of the case.
  I am not aware of your Excellencies views on practice of intervening before conviction, and to dot propose to make any recommendation on that point; But allow me to say that If under any circumstances you may be willing to pardon before conviction, that the case of these parties present strong claims upon your clemency.
  Isaac Hall I defended many years ago for Felony. He was a notorious desperado and such was his extreme violence and utter disregard for all law that his death was necessary to the safety of the lives of several of those charged with his Murder. There exists among the good people who knew the deceased and know those charged a strong solicitude that you may pardon all the parties. I therefore cheerfully & earnestly recommend that you pardon all of them.
  Your friend, L W Andrews
Note:   The widow of Isaac Hall Sr., she was the mother of the Victim. She wa is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.