FROM: The History of Gallatin, Saline, Hamilton, Franklin, and Williamson Counties, Illinois (Chicago: Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887).  P. 701-702

          Wilford F. Hall, M D., was born in Hamilton County, March 31, 1851, the son of Col. Hiram W. Hall He was educated at Asbury University, Greencastle, IN, and began reading medicine in 1872.  In 1874 he graduated from the Chicago Medical College, and has since been at McLeansboro in his deservedly successful practice. In the spring of 1883 he took his brother, W. W. Hall, M.D., into partnership. December 29, 1885, he married Sophronia B. Cole, who is a graduate of Champaign University and a native of McLeansboro. Jennie L. is their only chili He is a Republican and a Mason. He is secretary of Hamilton County Medical Society. William W. Hall, M.D., was born August 30, 1861, in Franklin County, ILL., and educated at Hamilton College, McLeansboro. He began reading medicine in 1879, and in 1883 graduated from Rush Medical College, Chicago. He is a Republican, a Mason, and a m ember of the city board of health. He is a young physician of promise, and an enterprising citizen.

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