The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Corporal W H Hall


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Corporal William Herbert HALL, G/3920,  6th Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action, Flanders France, death assumed as on or after 3rd May 1917,  age 21.

Born Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, son of the late William E. and Annie Hall, of 5, Pine Ridge Terrace, Little Heath, Potters Bar, Middlesex.


1911 Census - 5, Pine Ridge Terrace, Pine Ridge Cottages, Osborne Road, Potters Bar, Middlesex - Annie Hall, head, age 43, widow, married 16 years, 4 children, all still alive, born Hertfordshire; William Herbert Hall, son, age 15, single, butchers assistant, born Potters Bar, Middlesex; Reginald John Hall, son, age 14, born Potters Bar, Middlesex; Lilian Annie Hall, daughter, age 5, born Potters Bar, Middlesex; Sidney Arthur Hall, son, age 3, born Potters Bar, Middlesex; George Austin, boarder, age 20, married under 1 year, general labourer, born Dymchurch, Kent; George Waddell, boarder, age 18, single, general labourer, born Dymchurch, Kent.


Enlisted  Bromley, Kent, age 19, height 5ft 6 inches, weight 137lbs. Formerly butcher.

Home, 20th September 1914 to 21st April 1915; BEF, 22nd April 1915 to 3rd May 1917.

20th September 1914, enlisted; 15th October 1914, appointed unpaid Lance Corporal; 22nd April 1915, posted BEF; 15th August 1915, appointed paid Lance Corporal; 18th September 1915, deprived of stripe; 15th July 1916, appointed Lance Corporal; 9th April 1917, appointed acting Corporal.

Commemorated at Arras Memorial, Bay 7, France & Potters Bar, Little Heath, & Bentley War Memorial


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