John Hall (judge)
|An Original Member of the North Carolina Supreme Court|
Serving with John Louis Taylor and Leonard Henderson
|Succeeded by||Joseph J. Daniel|
|Seventh Grand Master of Masons of North Carolina|
|Preceded by||John Louis Taylor|
|Succeeded by||Benjamin Smith|
|Alma mater||College of William and Mary|
John Hall (1767–1833) was an American jurist who served as one of the original three judges of the North Carolina Supreme Court. He was elected by the North Carolina General Assembly to the court in 1818 and served on that court from its first meeting in January 1819 until his declining health led him to retire in 1832.
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