1826 to 1913 — Born in Boston, Hall first appears to have worked with architect George M. Dexter. In 1855, he partnered with architect Alpheus C. Morse in the firm of Morse & Hall. The firm only lasted for a few months. He practiced alone until 1884, when he made Charles R. Makepeace partner, in the firm of Hall & Makepeace. He was highly regarded in his lifetime as an architect of churches, private residences, and mills. Wikipedia.