Hall, Wesley a minister of the Church of England, was one of the Oxford Methodists. Of his origin and early life nothing is known. He became one of Wesley's pupils at Lincoln College, Oxford, and joined the Methodists some time prior to October 25, 1732. The date of his ordination must have been as early as 1734, as he then refused a living. He was at that time deemed a young malt of extraordinary piety, and love to souls. He married Wesley's sister, Martha, whom he afterwards abandoned, but after a very irregular and dissolute life, partly in the ministry, but chiefly as an open Deist, he became penitent, and died at Bristol, January 3, 1776. See Tyerman, The Oxford Methodists, page 386.