- His parentage is tentative. According to Gilbert Cope, "Samuel Hall was probably son of James and Hannah Hall, settlers in Bucks Co., Pa.; where Hannah was a widow in 1684 and subsequently appears to have married Henry Giles."
The earlier entry on this chart seems to have influenced this: "Was probably the son of James and Hannah Hall, early settlers in Bucks Co. Pa, where James died soon after his arrival. The widow appears to have married Henry Giles and removed to Philadelphia." This source lists a dozen children for this couple as well.
According to Cope and Fulthey,
"HALL, SAMUEL, a weaver, was living in Kennet about 1710, and died in 1738, leaving children as follows: Mary, m. to Robert Whitacre; Sarah, m. to David Baily; Phebe, m. to Calvin Cooper; Elizabeth, m. to Robert Whiteside; Hannah, Dinah, Susanna, Margaret, George, Samuel, James, and Charles. George Hall married Sarah, daughter of Daniel and Jane Hoopes, and is said to have had twenty-four children. Samuel, the father, and George were weavers. Charles Hall married Sarah Taylor, and his descendants are living in Kennet." [2, 3, 7]