Hall, Ebenezer (b1830)

Family

Ebenezer was baptised on 28 November 1830 at St John, Bedminster, Bristol, Gloucestershire. His parents were George, a blacksmith, and Ann. His brother George Tudor Hall was also a PM minister.

After leaving the PM ministry George, with his family, lived in Glasgow where he worked as a city missionary.

He married Amelia Jane Appleby (b1827) in late 1854 in the Clifton Registration District, Gloucestershire. Census returns identify six children.

  • Amelia Ann (b abt1856) – a dressmaker (1891)
  • Ebenezer Luther (b1857) – a music teacher and organist (1881)
  • Jessie Tudor (b1859) – a mantlemaker (1881)
  • George Tudor (b1861) – a clerk (1881)
  • Kate (b1864)
  • Edith Tudor (b1870)

I have not been able to verify a death record for Ebenezer although several family trees on Ancestry indicate a death in 1909.

Circuits

  • 1850 Bath
  • 1852 Tredegar
  • 1853 Frome
  • 1854 Stroud
  • 1857 Sunderland
  • 1960 Whitby
  • 1862 Stockton
  • 1964 Hartlepool
  • 1866 N Shields
  • 1870 Newcastle
  • 1874 disappears

References

W Leary, Directory of Primitive Methodist Ministers and their Circuits, 1990

Census Returns and Births, Marriages & Deaths Registers

Comments about this page

  • I think he was living at Cecil Street North Shields on the 1871 Census, next door to another PM minister, HB Kendall. I have researched them both as I live in the house that they both used to live in (it was 2 houses back then so they were next door to each other).

    By Wendy Young (26/07/2020)

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