1790 - 1842 (~ 52 years)
||John Hall |
||of, Aynho, , Northampton, England
|Eby ID Number
||Wilmot Twp., Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada 
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||Sarah Wiggins, b. CA 1790, of, Aynho, , Northampton, England , d. Yes, date unknown |
| ||1. Rev. Henry Hall, b. 1807, Aynho, , Northampton, England , d. 21 Mar 1904, , Bruce Co., Ontario, Canada (Age 97 years)|
| ||2. Thomas Hall, b. 5 Oct 1811, Aynho, , Northampton, England , d. 24 Nov 1893, Pilkington Twp., Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada (Age 82 years)|
| ||3. Mary Hall, b. 29 Sep 1816, Aynho, , Northampton, England , d. 12 Sep 1897, Pilkington Twp., Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada (Age 80 years)|
| ||4. Hannah Hall, b. Jul 1825, , Northamptonshire, England , d. 29 Nov 1897, Pilkington Twp., Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada (Age ~ 72 years)|
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||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- John Hall and his wife, Sarah Wiggins, came to the Township of Wilmot about 1832. There the father died some ten years later, when his widow and the family soon afterward came to Pilkington.
In this family there were: Edmund Hall married Ann Ford; Thomas Hall married Ann Buckler; Mary Hall married William Betchen; Henry Hall married Elizabeth Howse; Joseph Hall married Maria Ford; Hannah Hall married George Morley; James Hall married Mary Elkerton. One thing remarkable about this family is that both husbands and wives came from Aynho.
One of this family, Thomas Hall, was born at Aynho in 1811, and came to Canada in 1827, at the age of sixteen. He stopped for some time in Quebec City and again at Belleville. There he accidentally learned that his relatives had come to Canada and were living in the Township of Wilmot, so he made his way to them. He married in Wilmot township and remained there until the year 1846, when he came to Pilkington.
The children of Thomas Hall and Ann Buckler were: Henry, who, with his wife, who was Sarah Bye, is living in Bethany; two sisters are Mrs. Thomas Luckitt, in Elora, and Mrs. Robert Mason, in Guelph Township.
The Early History of Elora, Ontario, and Vicinity by John R. Connon