Robert P. Hall was born in North Carolina in 1927. In Rye his family lived at Blind Brook Lodge. Robert was a Rye High School Graduate, Class of 1945. He enlisted and served in the U.S. Navy during World War II.
Name: Robert P. Hall
Social Security Number: 132-18-1798
Birth Date: 14 Jul 1927
Issue Year: Before 1951
Issue State: New York
Last Residence: 40509, Lexington, Fayette, Kentucky
Death Date: 21 Oct 2011
Mrs. Helen R. Hall and Phillip W. Swan Married Mrs. Helen R. Hall, Blind Brook Lodge, widow of Robert Percy Hall, was married last Thursday to Phillip William Swan of Mamaroneck in St. Thomas's Episcopal Church, Mamaroneck. The Rev. Wilbur Larremore, Caswell of St. Paul's Church, Yonkers officiated in the presence of the families. The bride has two children, Miss Priscilla Cornwall Hall and Robert P. Hall, who served in the Navy. The groom, son of Mrs. Robert P. Burton, of Mamaroneck and the late Alfred Kaye Swan of Croyden, England, has a daughter, Mrs. Raymond Van Kirk.
Hall, Robert P. "Bob" Lexington, KY: 84, formerly of Henrietta, NY died at home on 102111. Survived by wife, Sally of 34 years; children, Susan (Robert) McLean, Pittsford, Deborah Hall, Tierra Verde, FL, Robert, Jr. (Joanne) Hall, Syracuse, James (Amy) Hall, Pittsford, Jennifer (Duane) Amos, Lexington, KY; sister, Priscilla Hall, Mamaronick, NY; grandchildren, Robert, Gavin, Avery, Lilly, Robbie and cousins in Chaumont Bay, NY. He was a Navy Veteran, accomplished engineer and entrepreneur and held a private pilot's license. He had a passion for his family and friends, boating in the St. Lawrence River, the Colorado ski slopes, and history. He enjoyed travel, fishing and scuba diving. A memorial service will be held at the Pinnacle Lutheran Church Saturday 102911 at 10:00 am, 250 Pinnacle Rd. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to your favorite charity in Bob's memory. What a ride you had Dad! Well done.
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