Hall, George

BORN HULL 1889. SON OF CAPTAIN HALL, OF LINNAEUS STREET, HULL & 3, BANK TERRACE, HORNSEA. SERVED AS SUB LIEUTENANT (15/02/1916), TEMPORARY LIEUTENANT (15/06/1916) AND 1ST LIEUTENANT, IN THE ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE, ON THE MINESWEEPER “BLACKMOREVALE”. KILLED BY MINE EXPLOSION, OFF MONTROSE, SCOTLAND, ON 01/05/1918, AGED 29. HE RESIDED AT NO 5 “THE HOLLIES”, SIDMOUTH STREET, HULL. (Royal Naval Reserve Officers Service Records 1862-1964)

HIS DEATH WAS REPORTED IN THE HULL DAILY MAIL, ON 07/05/1918. HE IS LISTED ON THE TRINITY HOUSE WW1 NAVAL MEMORIAL, HULL.

HE IS COMMEMORATED ON THE PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, UK.

The Royal Naval Reserve (RNR) is the volunteer reserve force of the Royal Navy (RN). The present Royal Naval Reserve was formed in 1958 by merging the original Royal Naval Reserve and the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (RNVR), a reserve of civilian volunteers founded in 1903.


First name:
GEORGE
Rank:
1st Lieutenant
Date Died
01/05/1918
Place died:
PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, UK
Age:
29
LINNAEUS STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, United Kingdom