David T. and Rose (Whipple)Hall, 10N 48W


David T. Hall, age 36, and Rose Whipple, 31, married in Sidney Nebraska on January 18, 1910.
In 1880 Saunders County, Nebraska, Elizabeth Hall is widowed, 57, with Jasper 20, Daniel 18, Clementine 16, David 14, and Garner 12.

In 1885 Saunders County, Elizabeth is 61, David 17, and Garner 15, both born in Iowa.

Elizabeth (Lemmon) Hall 1823-1902 is buried in Saunders County # 24605425. Benjamin is with her 1816-1875.

In 1880 Richardson County, Nebraska, Morris Whipple is a farm laborer, 58, Caroline 53, Margaret 17, Russel 14, Mary 12, Rosa 6, and Amelia 4.

Rose's sister Ann Ellen Gagnon 1861-1949 is buried in Richardson County, # 23050865.
Mary E. (Whipple) Babb 1870-1951 is also buried in Richardson County, # 87118655.

In 1900 Gage County, Nebraska, Rose Whipple is a servant in the John and Hattie Sparks family.
She was born March 1878 in Nebraska.

In 1910 Cheyenne County, Nebraska, Dave is farming, 36 born in Iowa, with Rose 31 Nebraska. This was the first marriage for both.

David claimed a tract in section 30, 10N 48W in 1919.


March 1923 Fort Collins "Rose Hall against David T. Hall is the title of an action for divorce brought in the county court Friday in which the plaintiff charges desertion and non-support. The couple married at Sidney, Nebr., January 1907, and have two children, a girl aged eleven and a boy aged six years."

David T. Hall and Rose Hall divorced in Larimer County, Colorado October 2, 1924.

One tree said David died in 1921....

In 1930 Larimer County, Charles H. Dvorak is 54, born in Iowa, with Rose 46 in Nebraska. Rose Hall 18 was born in Nebraska, David Hall 12 in Colorado.
David's father was born in Iowa, mother in Nebraska.

Rose (Whipple) Dvorak 1873-1946 is buried in Sterling, # 57941314.


Rose M. Hall married Harold C. Wilson in Weld County on September 27, 1937.

In 1940 Logan County, Colorado, Harold is farming 36, with Rose 28, both born in Nebraska. Ruth 1 and John D. five months were born in Colorado.
(Harold's parents Robert W. Wilson 1879-1944 # 57889588 and Betty Jean (Walker) Wilson are buried in Sterling.

In 1940 Los Angeles, David H. Hall is an aircraft mechanic, 22, in a boarding house. He was in Fort Collins, Colorado in 1935.


David's brother Jasper is buried in Saunders County 1860-1937.
"Jasper T. Hall, 77, died at 6 a.m. today at his home at 3321 Eighteenth street, following a long illness. Mr. Hall suffered a paralytic stroke two years ago, and had been bedfast since that time.
The son of Benjamin and Elizabeth Hall, he was born at Atlantic, Ia., on Apr. 7, 1860. When a young man he came with his family to Nebraska and they settled on a farm near Ashland in Saunders county. There he met Miss Samantha Hooker and on Feb. 4, 1884 they were united in marriage by Rev. Miller of the Christian church.
They settled on a farm near Ashland where they remained until 1892 when they went to a farm near Fullerton. They farmed that place for nine years before moving to a place near Monroe and then, in 1920, they retired and moved to Columbus where they bought the house they have since occupied.
Mr. and Mrs. Hall observed their golden wedding anniversary on Feb. 4, 1934, but because of Mr. Hall's failing health there was no celebration of it.
Surviving him are his wife, a son, Lloyd Hall, of Columbus, and a daughter, Mrs. Leo Rollf, of Omaha. Also surviving are seven grandchildren, three great grandchildren and three brothers and one sister. His brothers are Oscar Hall, of Ashland, Dan Hall, of Sioux City, Ia., and Garns Hall, of Omaha, and his sister, Mrs. C.G. James, of Oceanside, Calif. "