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Lest we forget header by Graham Williamson 2017

Home: Hedgeley Station
Date of death: 3 September 1918
Age at death: 23 years
Fate: Thomas was part of the Egypt Expeditionary Force that was sent to Egypt to protect the Suez Canal. He contracted malaria and was sent to hospital in Alexandria. He was then transferred to Jerusalem where he died.
Rank: Private
Service No: H/270844
Unit/Regiment: Queen’s Own Worcestershire Hussars (Worcester Yeomanry)
Buried: Jerusalem War Cemetery, Israel (Cemetery/memorial reference: W. 84). Also commemorated on the Eglingham War Memorial, Northumberland UK and on the Branton Presbyterian Church Roll of Honour, Northumberland UK.
Other: Son of Thomas and Margaret Hall, of 2 Hedgeley Station, Powburn, Northumberland

Brother of Richard Mathew Hall (died 1 June 1915) and half-brother of Richard Hall (aka Peter) (died 28 December 1943)

CWGC Casualty Details

HALL Thomas portrait (submitted by Marian Hall 24 May 2018)

Private Thomas Hall

(Image source: Photo submitted by Marian Hall 24 May 2018. Used with permission.)

CEM12 Jerusalem War Cemetery, Israel CWGC image

Jerusalem War Cemetery, Israel (image courtesy of CWGC)

Queens Own Worcestershire Hussars regimental badge

Queen’s Own Worcestershire Hussars

(Image: Copyright © O. Dorrell 2018. Source: Worcestershire Militaria Museum. Used with permission.)


The Breamish Valley War Memorial Project Steering Group would like to thank Mr Dorrell from the Worcestershire Militaria Museum for his help in sourcing the above Queen’s Own Worcestershire Hussars regimental badge. Mr Dorrell kindly photographed a cap badge from the museum’s collection and then edited it to appear neatly on the white background. His support, and that of the Worcestershire Militaria Museum, is much appreciated.

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