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Spring Valley Cemetery ~ Rosa Rebecca Hall ~ part of the Polk County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
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Hall, Rosa Rebecca
MAIDEN NAME: England AKA 1:  AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
BORN: 15 Jan 1870 DIED: 10 Aug 1949 BURIED:  (Spring Valley Cemetery)
BIRTH PLACE:  Tennessee
DEATH PLACE: Salem, Marion Co., Oregon

MARRIAGE - James M. Hall & Rosa B. England md 30 Sept 1894,Greenfield, Dade Co, Missouri

1900 MO CENSUS - Rosa R. Hall (b Jan 1871, Tennessee, mother of 4 children, 3 living at time of census) enumerated with husband   James M. (b June 1870, Illinois, maried 6y, occupation farmer), 3 children, all born in MIssouri, Wilda E. (b Nov 1895), Horace M. (b Sept 1897) and Lucy P. (b Aug 1899), William [father of James] (b Mar 1826, Indiana, widowed, occupation farmer) and Oliver [grandson of William] (b Jan 1874, Missouri)

1910 MO CENSUS - Rosie Hall (40y, b Tennessee, mother of 5 children, 3 living at time of census) enumerated with husband James M. (44y, b Indiana, married 16y, occupation farmer) and 3 children, all born in Missouri, Wilda E. (15y), Horace M. (12y) and Lucy P. (10y)

1920 MO CENSUS - Rosa B. Hall (48y, b Tennessee) enumerated with husband James M. (53y, b Illinois, occupation farmer) and son Horace (22y, b MIssouri)

1930 MO CENSUS - Rosa Hall (60y, b Tennessee, married at age 25y) enumerated with husband James M. (63y, b Illinois, married at age 28y, occupation farmer) 

1940 MO CENSUS - Rosa B. Hall (70y, b Tennessee) enumerated with husband J.M. (73y, b Illinois); family was living in same house in 1935; also with family was boarder John F. Keller (51y, b Missouri, occupation painter, living in rural Nodoway Co, Missouri, in 1935)

DISCREPANCY - dc gives birthdate of 1867 but tombstone and census give 1870



OSBH DC (1949 Marion co) #8784 Rosa Hall, female, housewife, married; b 15 Jan 1867, Tenn; father James England; mother Lythia Forgie; d 10 Aug 1949, OSH, of Rt 1, Box 358, West Salem, age 82y; in hosp 3y 5m 6d; burial not given [Zena]; informant R. Drennan



Mrs Rosa Hall, Salem route 1, died Wednesday after an illness of nearly three years. She was 79. Born in Tennessee in 1870, Mrs Hall moved to Greenville, Mo, when she was 8 years old and lived in a farm there until three years ago when she came to Salem. She was married in 1894 to J.M. Hall in Greenville. Surviving are the widower, J.M. Hall, Salem; two daughters, Mrs Walter Rowan, Salem, and Mrs Lucile Ross, Nashville, Tenn; a son, H.M. Hall, Oregon City; two sisters, Mrs S.M. Quick, Greenville, Mo, and Mrs Ellen Dalton, Golden City, Mo; a brother, Worley England,. Kansas City, Mo; seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be Saturday at 1:30 pm at the Zena church with interment in Zena cemetery under direction of the W.T. Rigdon chapel.

Oregon Statesman, Friday, August 12, 1949, page 12


Agnes Janssen Compilation

OSBH DC (Marion County 1949) #8784

Missouri Marriage Records (

1900 MO CENSUS (Dade Co, Center, ED 58, sheet 8B()

1910 MO CENSUS (Dade Co, Center, ED 64, sheet 1A)

1920 MO CENSUS (Dade Co, Center, ED 67, sheet 4B)

1930 MO CENSUS (Dade Co, Center, ED 3, sheet 7B)

1940 MO CENSUS (Dade Co, Center, ED 29-3, sheet 6A)

OS, 12 Aug 1949, page 12 

ROW: II 23 B5  

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