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William Andrew Hall (1871–1932)

Mr. W. A. [William Andrew] Hall, an Inspector of Sydney Harbor Trust, stationed at Fort Macquarie, died at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital last night,after a short illness. He was associated with the Trust for 30 years.

The late Mr. Hall, who was a brother of Mr. D. R. Hall, was an old resident of the Glebe and a well-known figure In sporting circles.

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Additional Resources

  • funeral, Daily Telegraph (Sydney), 14 July 1932, p 8

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Life Summary [details]


1 October, 1871
Harrietville, Victoria, Australia


11 July, 1932 (aged 60)
Newtown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

kidney disease

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