Somerset County Herald 29 Jun 1946 Oake Late Mrs E P HALL daughter of Mr and Mrs HAYES

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Somerset County Herald Saturday 29 Jun 1946
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Mrs. HALL, of Oake Green Farm, who died on Thursday afternoon, June 20th, aged 72, was a native of Buckland St. Mary, being a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. HAYES. Her husband, Mr. Edward HALL, died 22 years ago. Mrs. HALL will be remembered by a large number of friends in Taunton, where she resided for many years. During that time she was a teacher at Holy Trinity School, and the Old Temple Day School in Upper High-street. After her marriage, she went to reside with her husband at Oake Green Farm. After Mr. HALL's death Mrs. HALL carried on the farm which is now being farmed by her son, Mr. C. P. HALL. Mrs. HALL leaves two sons, Mr. Herbert Reginald HALL, of Ford Farm, Wellington, and Mr. Charles Percival HALL, of Oake Green Farm, and one daughter, Mrs. J. THOMSON, of Heathfield Manor Farm, Norton Fitzwarren.

The funeral, which was largely attended, took place on Monday afternoon, at Hillfarrance Parish Church. The Rector (the Rev. H. R. DAVIES) conducted the service, and Miss CROCKER was at the organ. The principal mourners were:- Mr. H. R. HALL (son), Mr. C. P. HALL (son), Mrs. J. THOMSON (daughter), Mrs. H. R. HALL and Mrs. C. P. HALL (daughters-in-law), Mr. C. HAYES and Mr. F. P. HAYES (brothers), Mr. W. HALL and Mr. I. HALL (brothers-in-law), Mrs. F. HALL, Mrs. I. HALL and Mrs. M. HALL (sisters-in-law), Mr. and Mrs. F. HALL (nephew and niece), Mr E. E. HALL, (nephew), Mrs. H. PIPPIN (cousin), Miss E. HALL (niece). Mr. and Mrs. G. W. SUMMERS (Minchinhampton, Stroud), Miss E. BOWDEN, Mrs. B. NORMAN (Tiverton, also representing Messrs. G. and E. SMITH, of Longforth Farm, Wellington), Mr. J. M. LATCHAM (Wellington), and Mrs. C. COSSINS (friends).

There were many beautiful floral tributes.

The funeral arrangements were entrusted to Mr Leonard E. SMITH, of Haydon-road, Taunton.


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