|Covid-19|Alan Hale (disambiguation), several people
Alfie Hale, Irish footballer and manager
Artemas Hale (1783–1882), American politician
Barbara Hale (1922-2017), American actress
Bob Hale (philosopher), British philosopher
Brenda Hale, Baroness Hale of Richmond, justice of the Supreme Court of the UK
Calvin Henry Hale (1818–1887), early settler and politician in Washington Territory
Charles Hale (1831–1882), legislator in the Massachusetts state House and Senate
Charles R. Hale (1837–1900), coadjutor bishop of Springfield, Illinois
Clive Hale (1937–2005), Australian TV presenter
Damian Hale (born 1969), Australian politician
Daniel Hale (disambiguation), several people named Daniel or Danny
David Hale (disambiguation), several people
DeMarlo Hale (born 1961), American baseball coach
Denzil Hale (born 1928), English footballer
Dorothy Hale (1905–1938), American socialite
Edward Hale (disambiguation), several people
Enoch Hale, New Hampshire Militia officer during the American Revolutionary War and brother of Lieutenant Nathan Hale
Eugene Hale (1836–1918), United States Senator from Maine (Rep)
Frederick Hale (1874–1963), U.S. Senator from Maine
Gareth Hale, British comedian (Hale & Pace)
George Ellery Hale, astronomer
Helene Hale (1918–2013), American politician
Henry S. Hale, 19th-century Philadelphia businessman
Irving Hale, American general in the Spanish-American and Philippine-American Wars
Jennifer Hale, American voice actress
John Hale (disambiguation), several people
Lucy Hale, American actress
Mason Hale, (1929–1990) American lichenologist
Matthew Hale (disambiguation), several people
Nathan Hale (disambiguation), several people
Owen Hale, American musician
Philip Henry Hale (1850-1927), British-born American newspaper publisher, rancher, and music composer
Robert Hale (disambiguation), several people named Robert or Bob
Ruth Hale (disambiguation), several people
Ryan Hale (born 1975), American football player
Sarah Josepha Hale, American writer
Shannon Hale (born 1974), American author
Sylvia Hale, Australian politician
Una Hale (1922–2005), Australian operatic soprano
Walter Hale, (1870−1956), Gloucestershire and Somerset cricketer
William Hale (disambiguation), several people
Cornelia Hale, character from W.I.T.C.H.
Daniel Hale, character from Prison Break
David Hale, the Deputy Chief in Sons of Anarchy.
Derek Hale, Laura Hale, Talia Hale, Peter Hale, Cora Hale, and Malia (Hale) Tate, characters from the MTV cult television series Teen Wolf.
Jasper Hale and Rosalie Hale, characters from Twilight novel series.
John Hale, character from The Crucible.
Margaret Hale, heroine of North and South.
Steve Hale, character from Full House.
Saxton Hale, character from Team Fortress 2.
Hale (surname) Wikipedia
Hale is a surname. Lords of Loddon-Hales, Hale or "De Halys" traces back to Lord Roger De Halys circa 1130, whose descendant Lord Roger De Halys married Alice Scrogins circa 1275 whose daughter Alice Hale married Thomas, Prince of England (Son of Edward I of England), those who were the ancestors of William Hale who married Rose Bond of Kingswaldenbury, their grandson George Hale (A Drummer) came to America on the ship "Supply" in 1620 where he lived with the governor Sir Frances Wyatt of Virginia. It is said that the Hales were related to Saint Edmund, King of East Anglia in which the Hales get their Arrows pointing downward in their coat of arms.