Below is information I obtained on my John Hall, please note that a Nathaniel Adams is listed as an inhabitant of Newport with John Hall in 1639 and it is my belief that their grandchildren, James Adams and Honor Hall married in Westerly, RI years later (also they named a son Nathaniel).It is known that the Hall's migrated from Newport to Westerly as members of the Seventh Day Baptist Church and did not approved of their children marrying outside the faith, so you may find proof of this line from the SDB Church.
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In the "Colonial Records of Rhode Island", by Bartlett, Vol. 1, 1636-1663, John Hall arrived in Newport, RI on April 28, 1639 and was admitted as an inhabitant, it states, “Inhabitants admitted at the towne of Nieu-Port since the 20th of the 3d, 1638. (20 May 1638) were:Marmaduke Ward, Robert Field, Thomas Stafford, Job Tyler, Thomas Sauorie, Hugh Durdall, William Baker, John Layton, Mr. William Foster, John Hall, Toby Knight, John Peckum, Michell Williamson, Mr. Robert Lintell, Richard Smith, James Rogers, John Smith, William Parker, John Grinman, Edward Rero, John Macummore, Robert Root, Ezekiah Meritt, James Burt, John Bartlett, Edward ____, Sampson Salter, Nicholas Cotterell, John Vaughan, John Smith, John Merchant, Jeremy Gould, Enoch Hunt, Nathaniel Adams, Samuel Allen, George Allen, Ralph Allen, Mr. Thomas Burton, Henry Bishop, John Hicks, Edward Browce, Mathew Gridell.