Edward Hall

Edward Hall was born in 1841 in DeKalb, Illinois.

Edward left Illinois and came to Michigan, probably to work in the logging industry, sometime before February of 1864.

He stood 5’6” with blue eyes, brown hair and a light complexion, and was a 23-year-old lumberman probably living in Manistee, Manistee County when he enlisted in Unassigned on February 6, 1864, at Grand Rapids for 3 years, crediting Manistee.

There is no further record.