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American Revolution Soldiers Buried in Northwestern Misouri
 
Joseph Hall  
Missouri Society Sons of the American Revolution

Joseph Hall Grave Marker
Joseph Hall Grave Marker
Joseph Hall Grave Marker - Union Baptist Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Cass County, Missouri
 
Patriot Joseph Hall assisted in establishing American Independence
as a Private, Capt Snoody, Woods, and Whitly’s Company, Col Logan’s Regiment, Virginia Militia. His service is documented in his pension application S13302 at the U.S. National Archives & Records Administration.

Joseph (son of Andrew Hall and Mary Lapsley) was born 16 February 1764, Rockbridge County, Virginia; died 12 December 1843, Cass County, Missouri; and buried Union Baptist Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Cass County, Missouri. Joseph married Ann Barnett 2 January 1785, Lincoln County, Kentucky. Ann (daughter of John Barnett) was born 20 May 1763, Lincoln County, Kentucky and died 14 May 1844, Cass County, Missouri.


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