HISTORY OF MARSHFIELD. 111


   Elisha W. Hall, b. Feb. 10, 1828, d. 1897, was for many years a prosperous merchant in Ea. Marshfield.   He was a public spirited man, and was much interested in the welfare of the town.   He was a Sinking Fund Commissioner, and a trustee of the Marshfield free library.   Was Chairman of the Republican Town Committee for some years.   He accumulated a large property.   He was a leading member of the Unitarian Society, and did much towards its support.   His widow and children continue the interest in its welfare.   He married Sarah Wetherbee Oct. 29, 1854.   Had: 1, Ashburton, b. July 14, 1855, d. Oct. 7, 1864;   2, Henrietta;   3, Winthrop T., mar. Alice Aiken.   Had: Maurice and E. W.;   4, Flora A., mar. Mr. Martin;   5, Sarah Bertha;   6, Edith, d. 1876.


   Warren Hall, son of above Danforth, mar. Meriam Baker, published Jan. 18, 1841.   Had: 1, Adin W., d. young;   2, Rowena, d. 1904;   3, Clara, mar. Geo. Taylor.   Had: 1, Lucy.


  John Hall,1 b. 1675, d. Jan. 30, 1770, age 95.   Mar. Feb. 24, 1705, in Scituate, Abigail White.   His grave stone is in the Marshfield Hills cemetery, in rear of Unitarian church.

CHILDREN.

   I. Mary,2 b. Aug. 28, 1706.
   II. Abigail,2 b. Sept. 5, 1708.
   III. Elizabeth,2 b. June 24, 1710.
   IV. John,2 b. Jan. 4, 1712-13.   Mar. Deborah Tilden; 2nd wife, Zilpha Crooker.
   V. Timothy,2 b. Dec. 5, 1714.
   VI. Susannah, b. May 4, 1717.
   VII. Sarah,2 b. May 14, 1719.   Mar. David Freeman.
   VIII. Rachel,2 b. Dec. 26, 1721.   Mar. John Tilden 3rd, Mch. 4, 1741.

 

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