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Richard Hall U.S. Army WWII
Richard Hall U.S. Army WWII

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Date of Birth: 6/29/1912
Died On: 27-Nov-76
Street Address: 77 Grandview Ave
Service Number: 32113898
Branch of Service: U.S. Army-WWII

Veteran Code: USARMY-273

Richard Hall was born in New York in 1916. In Rye his family lived at 77 Grandview Ave. Richard enlisted and served in the U.S. Army during World War II.

Richard Hall
Miss Helen M. Farrelly Bride Of Mr. Hall

Mis3 Helen Merriam Farrelly, daughter of Mr. James Tully Farrelly and the late Mrs. Farrelly, of Rye, N. Y., and Mr. Sidney Richard Hall son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hall, of New York, were married yesterday at 11 A. M. at the Roman Catholic Church of the Resurrection at Rye, the Rev. James Goggin, pastor of the church, officiating.

The bride was given in marriage by her father and wore a gown of white lace, with a veil or old iamily lace. She carried a bouquet of lilies of the valley. Miss Lucy Cherbonnier Flanigan, of New York, was the maid of honor, the matron of honor being Mrs. George Toomey, of Springfield, Mass. Bdfli wore frocks of apple green organza, with large leghorn hat and carried spring flowers. The bridesmaids included Miss Cath erine Reilly, of Rye; Miss Rosemary Demarest and Miss Frances Donnelly, of New York. Miss Anne Farrelly and Miss Dale Thompson were the flower girls. They all wore costumes of yellow organza and leghorn hats and carried spring flowers. Mr. Francis B. Sellew, of Boston, was the best man, and the ushers were Mr. Robert Flanagan, of Boston; Mr. Caleb Ewing, of Baltimore; Mr. Murray Thompson, of New York; Mr. George Toomey, of Springfield, and Mr. Stephen Farrelly, of Rye.

The ceremony was followed by a wedding breakfast for the immediate families at the home of the bride's father, after which Mr. and Mrs. Hall left for Cuba on their wedding jour ney. They will live at 231 East Seventy-sixth street, New'' York.

Richard Hall Retired colonel

Retired Army Lt. Col. S, Richard Hall, 65, of 210 Beacon st., Back Bay, died yesterday at Massachusetts General Hospital. Col. Hall served in World War II with the 61st Cavalry and left active duty as a member of the Army Transportation Corps, He was co-founder of the Boston Mint Tea Co, Col.

Hall was born in Harrison, N.Y. He was graduated from New York Military Academy and attended Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

He leaves his wife, Helen (Farrelly); a son, Stephen F. of Alexandria, Va.; three daughters, Mrs. Ridgely Lanman of Pittsfield, Maine, Mrs. Susan Liang of New Canaan, Conn,, and Evelyn G. Hall of Brookline, and a sister, Mrs. Marie Louise Flint of Ashland, Ore. Services will be at 3 p.m. tomorrow in Bigelow Chapel, Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Burial will be at Mt. Auburn.

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