THE HALL'S OF CALHOUN COUNTY - A County Park Reunion

(05/29/2001)

The Hall's of Calhoun came to the Calhoun Park on Saturday for a family reunion. They are descendants of Raleigh White Hall (1843-1927), a pioneer Calhouner and veteran of the Civil War. Hall came to the Arnoldsburg area from Monroe County in 1869, having served one term as the Superintendent of Schools and was elected twice as the Circuit Clerk.

Raleigh White Hall, Civil War Vet

He was twice married, first to Maggie Robinson of Blue Sulphur Springs and then to Mary E. Price in 1881. Children from these marriages:

R. W. Hall (Robinson) Arnoldsburg

Perry L. Hall (Robinson) Arnoldsburg

White Hall (Robinson) Sand Ridge

Ada Hall Gibson (Robinson) Braxton County

Mrs. Allen Wilmoth (Robinson) Sand Ridge

James S. Hall (Robinson)

George W. Hall (Price) Akron, Ohio

Eula Hall Poling (Price) Arnoldsburg

Lula J. Hall (Price) Infancy death

At the time of his death at age 84, he had fifty grandchildren and thirty great grandchildren.

Here are some pictures of the folks who attended the reunion:

Getting ready for the spread

(L to R) Dana and Thurmel Hall, Mary and Ross Hall

(L to R) Harley Leach, Katie Leach, Laura Hall, Sarah Hall, Earl Hall, Becky Hall, Zella Vaughn, Leah Leach French, the Woofter's

(L to R) Nelson Garrett, Mary Lou Garrett, Maxine Garrett, Ervin Garrett, Edsel Hall, Marie Hall, Penny Hall, Wheeler Hall

(L to R) Thelma and Vier Hall, Mavis and Wayne Glover

Fellowship and food

(L to R) Ken, Kasssandra, Larry and Sean Keffer

(L to R) Hazel Hall Ayers, Judy Ayers Stump, Francis "Gaynell" Ayers and Georiga Ayers


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