Ernest Anderton Frank Hall
|Birth:||, Armadale, Western Australia|
|Death:||, West Perth, Western Australia|
|Parents:||James Anderton Hall|
Lucy Hall (née Lazenby)
|Siblings:||Ernest Anderton Frank Hall|
Edith Olive Wilson (née Hall)
1882 – 1966
Sydney (or Cecil) Randel Hall
1887-06-24 – 1887-12-24
Ada Maud Florence Hall
May 1875 – 1942
Hubert Sylvian Hall
b. 1885, Roebourne; d. 1929 Moora.
|Partners:||Esther Winifred Hall (née Smalpage)|
1888 – 8 October 1954
|Children:||Henty Hastings Hall|
Gwynneth Winifred Hutchinson (née Hall)
Ernest Theo. Hall
Reginald George Hall
|Keywords:||H.M. Wilson Archives
Ernest Anderton Frank Hall (1869–1956) was a Western Australian pastoralist. Born at the family's property Wongong in Armadale, Western Australia on 12 June 1889. He married Esther Smalpage on 8 December 1909 and they had four children.
Hall, Ernest A. (?–1956)
Following a prolonged illness, Mr. Ernest A. Hall, a well-known pastoralist in Western Australia, died at his home at West Perth on 16th March. He was a grandson of Mr. Edward Hall, who landed in Western Australia in January 1830—a few months after the founding of the State—and made his home at Mandurah, where a prominent landmark, Hall's Head, remains as a memorial.
Mr. Hall's father, James Anderton Hall, was a pioneer of the north, and overlanded stock from Perth in the 1860's. Members of the droving party were attacked by natives, some members being killed, and the stock scattered. The remnants of the flock were collected by a survivor and ultimately reached Roebourne. He finally established his home at what is today known as Hamersley Station, about a hundred miles south of Roebourne. Here Mr. Ernest Hall learned to do all the jobs inseparable from station life on a pioneer holding. Hamersley Station was subsequently sold to Mr. Duncan Macrae, and Ernest Hall engaged in droving stock for metropolitan markets from Roebourne district, including many mobs of cattle.
Later, with a cousin, he purchased Yandyarra Station, and, on disposal of this property, acquired Croydon Station. After a few good seasons he was able to buy Sherlock Station, but Croydon was sold to Mr. James Nicholas and Sherlock to Mr. Edward Meares. Mr. Hall next purchased Wooramel Station, in the Carnarvon district, now under the management of his son, Mr. Theo Hall. The Wooramel clip is highly regarded and always commands prices in the top bracket at sale.
A daughter and three sons survive, his wife having died a few years ago.
In Loving Memory of
ERNEST ANDERTON FRANK HALL
son of James Anderton & Lucy HALL
born at Wongong, Armadale W.A. 12th June 1869.
died 16th March 1936.
beloved husband of Esther Winifred (dec'd)
loved father of Gwyn, Henty, Theo & Reg.
- Grave of Ernest Anderton Frank Hall
- Hall Family Tree by Margaret Wilson
- Pastoral Review and Graziers' Record (16 April 1956) p. 463, http://oa.anu.edu.au/uploads/obituaries/453/hall_e_obit_1956.pdf http://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/hall-ernest-a-453