Hall, Enoch, was born in Connecticut and in 1788 came to Isle La Motte, Vt., where be lived until his death
in 1806, at the age of seventy. He was one of six families that settled in Isle La Motte from Guildhall, Vt., was
one of the first three selectmen of the town in 1791, was a very active man in the interests of the community,
and held many offices of public trust. He married Sarah Merrill, and his children were Nathaniel, Grace, and Elihu.
The latter married itoxana Holcomb, and their children were James, Enoch, Hiram, Simeon, Ira, Laura, Carmi, Charlotte,
Diana, Jeremiah, Mariah, and Lovisa. Carmi Hall was born in Isle La Motte and married Polly Pike, by whom he has
these children: Ransom, Melissa, Ira A., Jerod P., Ellen M., and Allen M. Ransom Hall married Charlotte A., daughter
of Dyer and Martha P. (Hall) Hill, and his children are Addis O. and Dyer H. The former is now a noted stenographer
in Boston, and an inventor of a new system of phonography called Hall's Multum in Parvo Phonography.
History of Franklin and Grand Isle Counties Vermont
Edited by: Lewis Cass Aldrich
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y.
Grand Isle County, VT Biographies
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