Thomas Hall, 17 yrs. old, arrived in Virginia in 1619 on the Bona Nova. According to the book: Virginia Immigrants and Adventurers by Martha McCartney, he was a husbandman from Wisbech in Cambridgeshire, England. By 1625 he was livingin Treasurer's Plantation, being a servant of Edward Grindon. He was living in the house of Jane and John Tyos. At a trial in The General 'Court, he stated he was 26 years old
It is thought by some that this is the Thomas Hall who married Margery Clackson, the daughter of John Clackson (Claxton). They can be found in Gloucester County circa 1667. They had two sons: Thomas Jr and John. John Clackson was also on board the Bona Nova in 1619, as an immigrant to Virginia.