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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 15., Something about Capt. Isaac Hall. (search)
sidence on Franklin Place, till 1803, when its occupation is given a boarding house, 12 Franklin Square. I think this Square should be Place but am too far from the B. Pub. Library and the directory to verify it. In 1806 the name changes to Abigail Hall, boarding house, 12 Franklin Square, I think this Square should be Place but am too far from the B. Pub. Library and the directory to verify it. and so continues for several years. The Suffolk Co. Deed Records show that one Abigail Howard sold a house at No. 12 Franklin Place to Isaac Hall, distiller, on June 21, 1796. At the time Charles Stimpson (his son-in-law) was twenty-one he began to keep a diary of some of the important events of his life. He was a trader, and from 1789 to 1801 did business at Petersburgh, Virginia, making frequent trips to and from Boston. Among the events so recorded is that of his wedding to Eleanor Hall, on April 24, 1791, and of a visit Isaac Hall made him in Portland from August 1, to Sep