Hall of Acadie

Genealogy of the North-Eastern New Brunswick Canada Hall Family
Généalogie de la Famille Hall du Nord-Est du Nouveau Brunswick Canada
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1051 Wife of the Half 1st Cousin 7x of JCG.

White DGFA: p 23.

Le Grand Arrangement des Acadiens au Quebec; Vol 1, pp 109, 111.
The surname Savoie may also be spelled Scavoye! 
Savoie, Marie-Josephe (I1488616)
1052 William Charles Hall was a sailor who "jumped" ship. Hall, William Charles (I67231480)
1053 William Dyer [a] b bef 19 Sep 1609, Kirkby Lathrope, Lincolnshire, England, d 18 Apr 1672, Newport, Newport, RI. He md Mary Barrett [b] 22 Oct 1633, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London, England. She was b 1615, England, d 1 Jun 1660, Boston Common, Boston, Suffolk, MA.
Children of William Dyer and Mary Barrett were:
William Dyer b 24 Oct 1634, London, England; d bef 1635.
Samuel Dyer b 10 Oct 1635.
William Dyer b abt 1638, Boston, Suffolk, MA, d 1688, Sussex, DE.
Henry Dyer b abt 1644, RI, d Feb 1689/90; md Elizabeth Sanford.
Mary Dyer b abt 1648, prob Newport, RI; md Unknown Ward.
Charles Dyer b abt 1650, prob Newport, RI, d 15 May 1709, Portsmouth, Newport, RI; md Mary Lippet abt 1668. 
Family F147082
1054 William Martin, Baron of Dartington and Blagdon, b. 1160, Somersetshire, England, d. 1215, England.
David Martin, b. Abt. 1163, England.
Oliver Martin, Sir, b. 1165, England.
+Nicholas Martin, b. 1193, Devonshire, England, d. 1282, England. 
Family F15417553
1055 William WILBORE was born 1630 in Braintree, Essex, England. He died 1 Mar 1710 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island.

Cousin of Samuel Wilbore of Boston and descendant of John, Joseph, Nicholas and maybe Thomas Wilbore.
He was called cousin several times in the will of Samuel Wilbore, Jr., the son of Samuel Wilbore of Boston, who was born in Braintree, England, the son of Nicholas and Elizabath Wilbore of Sible Heddingham, Essex County, England and grandson of Nicholas and Ann Wilbore of Colchester, Essex County , EN.
He first appeared in the legal records when his cousin Samuel of Boston transferred to him a piece of land in Portsmouth, 10 July 1654. He also owned land touching the land of Samuel Sr. and also of Samuel Jr. in Portsmouth, on the west road there near the coal mines. He lived on the farm which later became the Burrington Anthony farm, on the road that leads to the ferry, bound on the south of Freeborne Street.
Besides owning land in Portsmouth, he bought much land in LC and about 1690 four of his sons settled there--Samuel, William Jr., John and Joseph. He had two other sons, Daniel who settled in Swansea, and Benjamin who settled in Dartmouth.
Samuel owned what is now the Oliver H. Wilbor Place, Joseph settled on what was later the Isaac W. Howland place on the road south of the Commons, John settled on the place later owned by Walter Bullock on the Long Highway, and son William owned what was afterwards the Ephraim Sisson place near the South Shore.
In the will of William Wilbore of Portsmouth, recorded there, dated 1 March 1710 and proved 15 Aug. 1710, he gives as follows: "...To son John Wilbore's two children, John and Mary Records, 30 pounds; to son Daniel Wilbore all land in the first division, great neck in Swansea; to son Samuel 43 pounds which he owes me; to daughter Mary Mowrey money that she owes me and then to her children; to son Joseph Wilbore 100 pounds in money; to son John Wilbore 20 pounds in money; to son Benjamin Wilbore the money which is due me from Daniel Wilcox; to daughter Martha Sherman 10 pounds and to daughter Joan 10 pounds; to four sons, John, William, Joseph and Samuel, all my lands that I now have in the township of LC equally divided between them..."
Children, recorded in Tiverton although William lived in Portsmouth:

"THE WILDBORES IN AMERICA" pub 1933 gives William as son of Samuel, but the Commerative Biographical Record of Dutchesses Co., NY page 530 gives the following.
An early settler in New England was William Wilbur who in 1630 came to America with his Uncle Samuel Wilbur from Doveaster, Yorkshire, England.
They were Quakers and settled first in Boston, were driven out by religious persecutions, William Wilbur settled in Portsmouth, RI in 1656. And died there in 1710. He had a family of ten children, several of whom settled in Little Compton, RI where they owned large tracts of land some of which is still in possession of descendants. He made his will Dec. 15, 1701.

THE WILDBORES IN AMERICA, Vol. 1, by John Reid Wilbor and Benjamin Franlin Wilbour, 1933, page 36.

William married Martha POTTER on 1653. 
Family F29687788
1056 With his father and uncles he was one of the grantees of the Caraquet Land grant of 1787 by the New Brunswick government.

Probably other children but records incomplete. 
Family F11531848
1057 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hall, Raymond (I83952424)
1058 Worked for several winters as a lumber-jack in Northern New Hampshire. With his savings he bought a piece of land near Bertrand brook from his Uncle Joseph Theriault and in 1907-08 he built himself a house. Married in Caraquet Feb. 22, 1911 to Bernadette Gionet, daughter of Eutrop Gionet and Marie Cormier. In 1918 went to work in Nova Scotia as a carpenter for the Halifax Relief Commission. On Dec 6, 1917, the munitions ship Mont Blanc had caught fire and exploded at the Richmond piers, destroying a large part of the city of Halifax, killing 2000 people, wounding thousands of others and leaving 6000 homeless. In 1919-20 was in charge of building he Church for the newly formed Parish of Bertrand, and reserved for himself the dangerous task of placing the cross atop the steeple. He was especially fond of fast horses and took pride in the fact that no other horse and buggy overtook him on the highways. Lived in Paquetville (now Bertrand) until the fall of 1922 when he and his brother Maxime joined their brother Gregoire in Holyoke, Mass. In 1924 sold his property in Bertrand to his half-brother Charles and brought his family to Holyoke, Mass. Worked in the area as a carpenter until his retirement in 1960. His very first job here in the States was helping to build the State School in Belchertown, Mass. Lived in Holyoke until 1925 when he moved to Chicopee, Mass., where he is still living (1967). Became a naturalized citizens Sept 23 1929, Certificate No. 3171675, which automatically made citizens of all of his foreign born children under 21 years of age. After the death of Bernadette, he was remarried in Chicopee on Feb 11, 1956 to Beatrice Moreau, widow of Philip Moreau. Family F90192241
1059 Wyoming Cemetery Hoyle, David (I45538255)
1060 YDNA Haplogroup G-Z2017 (FamilytreeDNA.com) Hall, Allain (Allen) Joseph (I12202828)
1061 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hall, Louis Rufin (I29291884)
1062 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hall, Milton (I85531297)

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