(March 3, 1878 - January 24, 1945)
The Lusk Herald
February 8, 1945
ALFRED T. HALL DIES IN BELL, CALIF.
Word of the death of Alfred T. Hall of Bell, Calif., has been received here by his brother-in-law, Frank Knittle.
Alfred Hall was the son of Dr. and Mrs. J.S. Hall, the doctor being one of Lusk's early physicians. Their son was born in St. Louis, but the family moved to Lusk while he was still a small child. He attended a military school in Nebraska for one year and also had a year at the University of Wyoming.
In 1903 he was married to Miss Martha Knittle, and after a few years the couple moved to Glenrock, then made their home in Casper until 1928, when they moved to California.
Three sons and one daughter were born to this union, the daughter passing away in California a few years ago. The wife and sons survive him.
Mr. Hall passed away January 24th, at a hospital in Huntington Park, Calif., and was buried January 27th, in the Inglewood Park cemetery.
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