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George Hall




George Hall was born in 1764. He arrived on the Coromandel with his wife Mary nee Smith and children Elizabeth, George, William Smith and John in 1802.

The Hall family received grants of land and settled at Percy Place, Pitt Town where Mary, James Hawkesbury,
Thomas Simpson, Matthew Henry, Ebenezer, Elanora were all born.

George Hall purchased 3000 acres in 1825 which was located above Donald McIntyre's Kayuga on Dart Brook.  Some of his sons were also made small grants nearby. (1)

Map showing the location of George Hall's estate in the Hunter Valley c. 1837......Map showing the location of George Hall's estate in the Hunter Valley


NOTES AND LINKS

1. See
Horsemen of the First Frontier by Keith Binney for information about the Hall family

2.
Australia Ebenezer Pioneers of the Hawkesbury - Windsor and Richmond Gazette 10 April 1925