Elisha G. Hall

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Elisha George Hall (D)
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Reverend E. G. Hall

Electoral District At-large
Term Start July 1, 1980
Term End June 30, 1984
Preceded by Nancy K. O'Brien
Succeeded by Elisha G. Hall (D)

Electoral District At-large
Term Start July 1, 1984
Term End June 30, 1988
Preceded by Elisha G. Hall (D)
Succeeded by Tom Vandever (D)

Vice-president (vice-mayor)
Charlottesville City Council
Electoral District Elected by and from council
Term Start July 1, 1986
Term End June 30, 1988
Preceded by Elizabeth Gleason (D)
Succeeded by Alvin Edwards (D)

Biographical Information

Date of death June 10, 2014
Place of death Petersburg, Virginia
Spouse Antrynette Walker-Hall
Children Rachel Hall Clarke
Profession Pastor
Religion Baptist

The Reverend Elisha G. Hall was the sixteenth pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church, from 1967 to 2005[1] [2]

Hall served on City Council from 1980 to 1988.[3]

After he became the pastor emeritus of Ebenezer Baptist, Hall moved to Petersburg. He died in Petersburg in 2014. [4]


  1. "Our History." Ebenezer Baptist Church. Ebenezer Baptist Church. 13 July 2009 <http://ebc113.org/about.htm>.
  2. Web. City could have its first Council in 30 years with no black members, Graham Moomaw, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, August 23, 2011, retrieved August 23, 2011.
  3. Schilling, Rob. "Charlottesville Elections: Exposing Central Party Democrat Fraud, Corruption, Racial Manipulation and Hypocrisy." Weblog post. The Schilling Show Blog. 5 Mar. 2009. 13 July 2009 <http://blog.schillingshow.com/2009/03/05/charlottesville-elections-exposing-central-party-democrat-fraud-corruption-racial-manipulation-and-hypocrisy/>.
  4. Web. Area Residents Honor Former City Councilor E.G. Hall, WINA, 2014, retrieved October 25, 2017.