The Josiah Quincy Hall House, at 129 Central Ave., is a substantial two-story plantation farm house with wrap-around porch. Built in 1910 by J.Q. Hall, who owned Montbell Ice & Fuel Co. It was located on Mill St. behind Sammy’s. J.Q.’s father, Rev. James Davidson Hall, was a long-time pastor of Goshen Presbyterian Church. His children & grandchildren were community leaders in Christian Faith, textiles, education, business, finance & utilities. Belmont, North Carolina.

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Please click on the picture to see a larger view. The Josiah Quincy Hall House, at 129 Central Ave., is a substantial two-story plantation farm house with wrap-around porch. Built in 1910 by J.Q. Hall, who owned Montbell Ice & Fuel Co. It was located on Mill St. behind Sammy’s. J.Q.’s father, Rev. James Davidson Hall, was a long-time pastor of Goshen Presbyterian Church. His children & grandchildren were community leaders in Christian Faith, textiles, education, business, finance & utilities. Belmont, North Carolina. This is an 8 1/2 x 11 picture that will fit perfectly in a document frame. 

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