Ellerslie Plantation

OVERVIEW

Location: Autagua County, Alabama, now Elmore County
Date Constructed/ Founded: not determined
Associated Surnames: Hall
Historical Notes: none
Associated PagesThe Elms (Autauga Co., AL), South and North AL Railroad Company (Autauga Co., AL)


ASSOCIATED ENSLAVED PERSONS

1860: 65 slaves [1860 Federal Slave Schedule, Bolling Hall Chestnut Creek, Autauga Co., AL]

ASSOCIATED FREE PERSONS

Hall family: Bolling Hall (b.1767-d.1836) – owner; Jane Abercrombie Hall (b.1781-d.1841) – wife of Bolling Hall; Mary Willie “Polly” Hall (b.1800-d.1826) – daughter of B. and J.A. Hall; Ann Anderson Hall (b.1801-d.1841) – daughter of B. and J.A. Hall; Mary Bryan Hall (b.1803-d.1848) – daughter of B. and J.A. Hall; Eliza Dixon Hall (b.1806-d.1836) – daughter of B. and J.A. Hall; Jane Abercromcie Hall (b.1807-d.1858) – daughter of B. and J.A. Hall;  Laura Hall (b.1815-d.1899) – daughter of B. and J.A. Hall; Amanda Hall (b.1818-d.?) – daughter of B. and J.A. Hall; Mary Bibb Hall (b.1821-d.1909) – daughter of B. and J.A. Hall; Sarah Helen Hall (b.1824-d.?) – daughter of B. and J.A. Hall

The Elms Plantation: Absolom Jackson – owner; Emily “Emma” Bolling Hall Jackson (b.1809-d.1848/1850) – daughter of Bolling and Jane A. Hall, wife of A. Jackson

South and North Alabama Railroad Company: Bolling Hall (b.1813-d.1897) – son of Bolling and Jane A. Hall, director of the South and North AL Railroad Company


RESEARCH LEADS AND RECORDS

None noted yet


MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION

  • National Register of Historic Places, site #13000957

REFERENCES

 

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