Channing Moore Hall

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Channing Moore Hall was born February 3, 1890 and died May 31, 1953, the son of John Lesslie Hall and Margaret Fenwick Farland Hall. He married Nona Powell Sentz in 1925. His two children were Channing Moore Hall, Jr. and Susan Glentworth Hall Godson. He received his A. B. degree from William and Mary in 1908 (Phi Beta Kappa) and a Bachelor of Law from the University of Virginia 1910. Served as 1st lieutenant, Field Artillery in World War I. He served on the Williamsburg City Council and was mayor of Williamsburg from 1934-1947 and also served on the Board of Visitors of William and Mary. He served in many other civic capacities.

Channing Moore Hall in the SCRC database.

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