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2. James Hall
3. Isaac Hall
4. William Hall
From The Great Migration Begins by Robert Charles Anderson, 1995
"WILLIAM, bp. Barnstable 8 June 1651 [NEHGR 9:284]; m. by 1683 Esther _____ (son William married in 1708 [Kerry William Bate, The Ebenezer Hanks Story (Provo, Utah, 1982), pp. 152-53]; the same source lists for William and Esther a possible son Isaac who married in 1700 [which would push their date of marriage back to about 1675] and suggests that Esther may have been a daughter of James Mathews, whose daughter Mehitable married William's brother Benjamin; "Easter Hall, wife of Captain William Hall, d. 19 February 1726/7," Mansfield, Connecticut [Mansfield VR 322])."
From "Early New England people : some account of the Ellis, Pemberton,
Willard, Prescott, Titcomb, Sewall and Longfellow, and allied families" by Sarah
elizabath Titcomb, 1882