Hall & Johnson

All web pages attached to this section of the website, have been prepared for members of the Hall, Irving, Fulbrook and Johnson families. Each individual web page is based on verifiable sources, documents and citations obtained from official sources.

Because many people are associated with the surnames Hall, Irving, Fulbrook and Johnson; understandably these names are not unique to our family. The names are shared by many groups or individuals who are not actually related to us, or even to each other. Ancestral relationships of unconnected individuals or families should be avoided.

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Hall symbol and ancestors heading
Descendant fan chart of Benjamin Hall and Bridget Walsh including Henry & Kate Hall
Descendant fan chart of Benjamin Hall and Bridget Walsh including Henry & Kate Hall

The related Hall ancestors include members of the Hall, Somers, Walsh, Fulbrook, Kennedy and O’Neill families.

Our objective is to clearly identify those people with the surname Hall who are our direct ancestors. To meet this criterion, we know that they must have English, Irish or Australian heritage and been directly related to Benjamin Hall (1805-1877) and Eliza Somers (1807-1869) and their ancestors or descendants.

Benjamin Hall was born in Somerset, England and Eliza Somers was born in Dublin, Ireland. Benjamin arrived in New South Wales, Australia in 1827 and Eliza arrived in 1830. They married in St. John’s Church, Parramatta on 16th April 1834 and had eight children. The descendants of the union between Benjamin and Eliza created the direct ancestors of this branch of the Hall family.

Ben Hall arrived at Port Jackson aboard the Midas in 1827 and Eliza Somers arrived aboard the Asia in 1930. In April 1834, under the NSW Registers of Convicts' they made applications to marry.
Ben Hall arrived at Port Jackson aboard the Midas in 1827 and Eliza Somers arrived aboard the Asia in 1930. In April 1834, under the NSW Registers of Convicts’ they made applications to marry.
Irving symbol and ancestors heading
Descendant fan chart of Robert Waugh Irving from 1819 until the birth in 1919 of Stanley Lloyd Hall
Descendant fan chart of Robert Waugh Irving and Teresa Collins from 1819 until the birth of Stanley Lloyd Hall in 1919

The related Irving ancestors include members of the Irving, Collins, De Fraine, Patterson, Fulbrook and Hood families.

Our objective is to clearly identify those people with the surname Irving who are our direct ancestors. To meet this criterion, we know that they must have Scottish, English or Australian heritage and been directly related to Robert Waugh Irving (1819-1884) and Teresa Collins (1838-1911) and their ancestors or descendants.

Robert Waugh Irving was born in Scotland and Teresa Collins was born in Manchester, Lancashire, England. They both arrived in Queensland, Australia on 22nd December 1865. They married in Alnwick, Northumberland, England on 22nd November 1859 and had seven children. The descendants of the union between Robert and Teresa created the direct ancestors of this branch of the Irving family.

Robert Waugh Irving and his family arrived in Queensland aboard the ship Montmorency in 1865
Robert Waugh Irving and his family arrived in Queensland aboard the ship Montmorency in 1865
Johnson symbol and ancestors heading
Descendant fan chart of Feus Johnson and Karen Jeppeson including Stanley Loftus Hall
Descendant fan chart of Feus Johnson and Karen Jeppeson including Stanley Lloyd Hall

The related Johnson ancestors include members of the O’Neill, Jeppeson, Preston, Spillane, Hall and Nicholls families.

Our objective is to clearly identify those people with the surname Johnson who are our direct ancestors. To meet this criterion, we know that they must have Danish or Australian heritage and been directly related to James Johnson (1857-1941) and Mary O’Neill (1863-1945) and their ancestors or descendants.

James Johnson was born in Denmark, he married Mary O’Neill at Picton in 1882 and had 13 children. The descendants of the union between James and Mary created the direct ancestors of this branch of the Johnson family.

James Johnson arrived in Australia aboard the immigration ship Fritz Reuter in 1879 and received NSW Naturalization in October 1900.
James Johnson arrived in Australia aboard the immigration ship Fritz Reuter in 1879 and received NSW Naturalization in October 1900.

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