George Hall (1780 - 1845)
Was baptized on the 17th September 1780 in St Mary's, Whitechapel Road, London, his parents were Andrew and Mary Hall of Buckle Street, Whitechapel, London. George married Hannah Maria (maiden name unknown, born approximately 1783, in Surrey) and they had five children (that I'm aware of), Hannah (1804), William (1809), George (1813), Edward (1821), and James (1822). On the 1841 census George, Hannah and two of the son's Edward and James lived at 2 Boddys Bridge, Southwark, Surrey. On the 1851 census Hannah lived alone at 18 Church Street, Alms Houses, Southwark, Surrey.
George's is occupation was a barge builder of Bull Stairs, Bull Alley, and Boddys Bridge, Christchurch. All his son's also went into barge building as did Jame's son George and then later George's son James George became a lighterman.
George died in 1845 in St Saviour, Surrey.
59 - Hannah Mary Hall (1804 - 1877)
Born in Christchurch, Surrey on the 20th October 1804 and christened on the 19th December 1804. Hannah married Thomas GIFFARD an attorney clerk on the 22nd October 1827 in Saint Martins In The Fields, Westminster, London. They had five children Eliza Esther (1830), Stephen (1836), Amelia (1838), Lucy (1841), and Walter (1844). In 1851 through to 1870 the family lived at 2 Boddys Bridge, Christchurch, Surrey.
Hannah died at 1 Lea Villas, Barry Road, Peckham Ryd, Camberwell, Surrey on the 28th April 1877, aged 73, of cardiac disease, the informant was George Main her son-in-law of the same address.