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|Size||4.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 3000 items)|
|Abstract||William Bonnell Hall (1866-1940?) of Alabama was a teacher, physician, and vice chancellor of the University of the South. This collection contains extensive genealogical correspondence and studies on the following families: Anderson, Bland, Bolling, Bonnell, Briscoe, Childs, Cobb, Cocke, Elam, Eldridge, Elerbe, Hill, Munford, Pegues, Poythress, Stokes, and Withers.|
|Creator||Hall, William Bonnell, 1866-1940?|
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William Bonnell Hall (1866-1940?) of Alabama was a teacher, physician, and vice chancellor of the University of the South.Back to Top
This collection contains genealogical materials on the following families: Anderson, Bland, Bolling, Bonnell, Briscoe, Childs, Cobb, Cocke, Elam, Eldridge, Elerbe, Hill, Munford, Pegues, Poythress, Stokes, and Withers. Contents include extensive genealogical correspondence, typed genealogical studies, notes, copies of family Bible records, excerpts from books and articles on family history, applications for Daughters of the American Revolution and other groups, tombstone inscriptions, copies of wills and court records, and business papers.Back to Top
Bonnell accounts, 1825-1837.
Mrs. Dorian Hall, recipe and remedy book, 1858-1861.
Mrs. Dorian Hall account book, 1870-1872.
Genealogical notes, undated.
Processed by: SHC Staff
Encoded by: Noah Huffman, December 2007
Updated by: Adam Fielding, Kate Stratton and Jodi Berkowitz, September 2010
This collection was rehoused and a summary created with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
This finding aid was created with support from NC ECHO.Back to Top