Bolling Hall III
b. 17 September 1837, d. 3 February 1866
- Father: Bolling Hall Jr. b. 8 May 1813, d. 5 March 1897
- Mother: Mary Louisa Crenshaw b. 14 February 1819, d. 2 August 1858
- Bolling Hall III was born on 17 September 1837 in Autauga County, Alabama, at Ellerslie plantation.
- Bolling Hall Jr. and Mary Louisa Crenshaw appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1850 in Coosada, Autauga (later Elmore) County, Alabama. Other members of the household included Bolling Hall III, Crenshaw Hall, James Abercrombie Hall, John Elmore Hall, Mary Louisa Hall, Thomas Brown Hall, Hines Holt Hall and Laura Jane Hall.
- Bolling Hall Jr. appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1860 in Robinson Springs, Autauga County, Alabama. Other members of the household included Bolling Hall III, Crenshaw Hall, James Abercrombie Hall, John Elmore Hall, Mary Louisa Hall, Thomas Brown Hall, Hines Holt Hall, Laura Jane Hall, Franklin Abner Hall, Joseph Eugene Hall, Charles Edward Hall and Caroline Sophia Hall. Also in the household was a male school teacher, age 25.
- Bolling Hall III died on 3 February 1866 at age 28 of wounds received at Chickamauga while serving as a colonel with the 59th Alabama Infantry Regiment, CSA.
- He was buried at Hall-Rawlinson Cemetery in Millbrook, Elmore County, Alabama.
- The following appeared on 13 February 1866 in The Baltimore Sun: Col. Bolling Hall, Jr., died on the 3rd inst., near Montgomery, Ala., after a painful illness, the result of amputation of a leg, which was shattered by a shot in the charge of Gracie's Brigade at Petersburg. At the outbreak of the war he was a student of law at the University of Virginia. Immediately joining the ranks as a private in a company of students, he served at Harper's Ferry. He was subsequently engaged in several battles, and was wounded at Chickamauga.
- Last Edited: 29 Mar 2013