Chapin Hall was born in Busti, New York. He attended the common schools and the Jamestown Academy in Jamestown, New York. He moved to Pine Grove (now Russell), Warren County, Pennsylvania, about 1841 and engaged in the lumber business and mercantile pursuits. He moved to Warren, Pennsylvania, in 1851 and engaged in banking.
Hall was elected as a Republican to the Thirty-sixth Congress. He was not a candidate for renomination in 1860. He was interested in the manufacture of lumber products at Louisville, Kentucky, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, and Newark, New Jersey, and in the manufacture of worsted goods at Jamestown, New York. He died in Jamestown in 1879. Interment in Lake View Cemetery.
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