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Francis George Hall
30 September 1893
Consecrated Private Grave
Reverend F A Hill



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Francis George Hall
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1834 – 1893


Born in Stratton, Wiltshire


After an apprenticeship with Hickman’s

became a chemist in Newbury Market Place for many years.


Married with 8 children – two of whom sadly died when one year old

Eldest surviving son was the Rev. George Sadler Hall of Bexhill-on-Sea


“Had been declining in health for some years.”


“His death will be regretted by many of whom he was intimately known

from his long connection with Newbury.”

Buried in Newtown Road Cemetery on 30th September, 1893

but in an unmarked grave.

His wife, Mary Emily, was to follow him on 25th May, 1909


Initiated into Hope Lodge

4th December 1857

WM 1864

Was a Petitioner for St.John’s Lodge No. 1097 (now 795), Maidenhead, 1859

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Francis George Hall
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    28 September 1893
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News





We have to record the death of Mr. E.G. Hall which took place somewhat

suddenly yesterday (Wednesday) morning at his residence, Salisbury Terrace. About

three o'clock Mr. Hall attempted to get out of bed, when his wife heard a strange

gurgling noise, and rousing herself she saw blood flowing from her husband's mouth,

and before assistance could be obtained he had passed away.

Mr. Hall had been in declining health for some years, and it is thought that

continuous coughing had weakened his lungs, which had already been impaired, and

one of the vessels becoming ruptured terminated life in the melancholy way above

described. On the previous day the deceased had been into the town, and in reply to

inquiries stated that he felt somewhat better.

M. Hall was in business many years as a chemist in the Market -place, and was one of

the oldest local Freemasons. His death will be regretted by many to whom he was

intimately known from his long connection with Newbury.

The funeral has been fixed for Monday.

"Missing years", but in A.0 Book.

Not in Mrs P

Newbury Weekly News 28 Se

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