Morton - Harold Roderick Hall

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Reference WMO/264221


St Paul's Churchyard

10-16 Front Street



DN21 3AA


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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: Unknown
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Chalk Landscape Feature
  • Stone Granite
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Silver grey granite square stone, rounded upper edge. Inscribed lettering. Small stone with rounded top standing on small rectangular stone beneath, all stand on chamfered stone of same material
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In Loving Memory Of/ Sidney/ Son Of J. & E. Scarborough./ Who Departed This Life/ Nov. 16th 1918, Aged 30 Years./ “Thy Will Be Done” / Also Of Cpl H.R Hall Son-In-Law/ Who Was Killed In Action Nov 4th 1918./ “Eternal Rest”

Corporal 99658 Harold Roderick Hall. “D” Battery, 231 Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Son of Walter and Minnie Hall, of 25, Warner Rd., Hillsborough, Sheffield. Husband of Kate Olive Hall nee Scarborough. Aged 25. Interred Plot III. Row F. Grave 14.

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