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|Sarah Elizabeth Hall||see Family Tree|
|Born: 15 Sep 1832 Rochester, Monroe Co., NY
|Married: 15 Sep 1852 Rochester, Monroe Co, NY
|Died: 01 Dec 1916 Bellevue, Allegheny Co., PA
|Buried: Union Dale Cemetery, North Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA||
Albert Gallatin Hall
William Pitt Cleveland Whiting
1. Elizabeth Erickson Whiting b. 21 Jul 1853 Buffalo, Erie Co., NY
2. Jeanette Cleveland Whiting b. 22 Dec 1854 Buffalo, Erie Co., NY
3. Frances Hall Whiting b. 03 Dec 1859 Buffalo, Erie Co., NY
In 1860 Sarah Elizabeth Hall Whiting was living with her parents and the three little girls in Rochester, NY while her husband was out in San Francisco, California getting established as a lawyer. When her father died in 1871 she is listed as living in Walnut Creek, Contra Costa County, California. Her husband died three years later.
She was only 41 when her husband died. Her two oldest daughters had married in California and they remained in the San Francisco area. However, Sarah and her youngest daughter moved back to Rochester, NY. Sarah moved in with her married sister, Emma who was married to Edward Harris and in the 1880 census both she and her mother, Emily Walker Hall are living in the household with Edward Harris. Sarah's youngest daughter, Frances, was married in Rochester in October 1880.
Sarah died in 1916 and is buried in the Union Dale Cemetery in Pittsburgh in the plot owned by her son-in-law Frederick Pettes Moore, husband of Frances.