HALL
Ghost" town of 
Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma

Location:  8 miles west and 2 miles sougth of present Macomb
Existed:  March 7, 1891 until November 15, 1906
Named for:  Mrs. Carrie Hall, first postmaster

Originally the Post Office was approved and established in Cleveland County, about six and a half miles southeast of Noble, Oklahoma. However, when the opening “run” occurred on September 22, 1891, the Hall family obtained a quarter section in the race for homesteads in Pottawatomie County.  The town of Hall was located only about two miles west and a quarter north of the old “Council Town:, the first capitol of the Seminole Nation. Early day families included:

James S. Hopkins 
John D. Hopkins 
Noah Troxel 
G. M. Dykes
 G. D. Paine 
I. E. Jennings 
James G. Robinson
 C. H. Latham 
Joseph H. Johnson



 
 

Do you have photos of  Hall, OK  that you would be willing to share so we can post them here?
Please email the Pott County Genealogy Club at 
pottcounty@gmail.com
We would love to have pictures of each post office; schools; churches, people/families.

 

 

Source: "POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY OKLAHOMA HISTORY" compiled and edited by Pottawatomie County History Book Committee; published by Country Lane Press, Claremore, OK, 1987.

 
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