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Obadiah HALL
Mahala CORBIN
Husband:  Obadiah HALL
Birth:  12 Feb 1797, West Twp., Huntingdon Co., PA
Death:  14 Feb 1869, Jackson Twp., Knox Co., OH
Disposition:  buried Bladensburg Cemetery, Jackson Twp., Knox Co., OH
Father:  William HALL
Mother:  Jane LANE
Marriage:  17 Feb 1842, Knox Co., OH
Wife:  Mahala CORBIN
Birth:  7 Jan 1809/10, PA
Death:  5 Aug 1897, Knox Co., OH
Disposition:  buried Bladensburg Cemetery, Jackson Twp., Knox Co., OH
Children born in Knox Co., OH, presumably Jackson Twp.:
1.  Washington HALL, b. 1843/4
2.  Benjamin F. HALL, b. 1845/6
3.  Jerome F. HALL, b. 1846/7
4.  Susan HALL, b. Dec 1849 or Jan 1850


Sources:

1a.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service: International Genealogical Index (IGI).
Mahala CORBIN
Spouse: Obediah HALL
Marriage: 17 Feb 1842, Knox Co., OH
Source: Marriage records, 1808-1912. Ohio. Probate Court (Knox County).

1b.  Liahona Research (Orem, UT), compilers.  1996. Marriage Index:  Ohio, 1789-1850 (Broderbund CD-400):
Hall, Obediah Corbin, Mahala Feb 17, 1842 Knox Co.
Given their ages, one would suspect this was a second marriage for both of them, in which case, we would expect earlier children to show up in the 1850 census, but they do not.  Also, we would have expected Obadiah to have shown up as head-of-household in earlier censuses, but he does not.  So this does appear to be a first marriage for both of them.

2.  Census Index:  U.S. Selected Counties, 1820 (Broderbund CD-314):  Obadiah HALL not found in OH or PA, nor does he appear to be living with his father.

3.  Census Index:  U.S. Selected Counties, 1830 (Broderbund CD-315):  Obadiah HALL not found in OH, but does appear to be living with his father in Knox Co., OH.

4.  Census Index:  U.S. Selected Counties, 1840 (Broderbund CD-316):  Obadiah HALL not found in OH, but does appear to be living with his father in Knox Co., OH.

5.  Family Quest Archives:  Ohio Federal Census 1850: Knox County.  Heritage Quest CD M432-700:  Jackson Twp., Knox Co., OH, p. 389A, 2345/2405, enumerated 19 Sep 1850 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
William Hall  88 M Farmer    Ma
Jane     "  84 F      do
Obadiah Hall  53 M   do 6000 Penn
Mahala     "  40 F      do
Washington "   6 M     Ohio
Benjamin F "   4 M      do
Jerome F   "   3 M      do
Susan      " 9/12 F      do
William and Jane are Obadiah's parents.

6.  "Knox Co., Ohio, Deed and Indenture Records." Gateway to the West. Vol. I. (Broderbund CD-175).  On p. 692:
8-23-1831 - George WOLFE and Sarah his wife to Obediah HALL and others.  Obediah Hall of Knox Co. and Amos Hall late of Knox Co., dec'd did in the lifetime of said Amos become purchasers and tenants in common.  Said Amos departed this life before deed of conveyance could be executed leaving heirs:--Obediah Hall, Joel Hal, Anna wife of Samuel Wheeler, formerly Hall, Mary wife of Israel Dillon formerly Hall, Elizabeth wife of James Griffith formerly Hall, Samuel L. Hall and Ruth Hall -- $800. -- NW¼ Section 8, Township 5, Range 10 of lands sold at Zanesville.  (Deed Book J, page 320)

7.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service: Pedigree Resource File.
Mahlah Corbin CD#12
Birth: 7 Jan 1829
Death: 5 Aug 1897 Place: , Knox, Ohio
Burial: Place: Bladensburg Cem, Jackson, Knox, Ohio
Spouse:  Obadiah Hall
Obadiah Hall CD#12
Birth: 12 Feb 1797
Death: 14 Feb 1869 Place: , Knox, Ohio
Burial: Place: Bladensburg Cem, Jackson, Knox, Ohio
Spouse: Mahlah Corbin
Mahala was born in 1809/10, not 1829.

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