Harold Aubrey Hall
|Parents:||Hannah Boyd Hall (née Lazenby)|
William Shakespeare Hall
|Siblings:||Harold Aubrey Hall (1871–1963)|
Grace Hall (1875 – 1875)
Joy Hannah Emma Margaret Clifton (née Hall) (1876 Jul 14 Fri – 1960 Apr 5 Tue)
William Shakespeare Hall Jr. (1878 Sep 9 Mon – 1879 Jan 19 Sun)
Henry Ernest Hall (7 September 1869 – 6 June 1941)
|Partners:||Helen Rose Hall (née Lodge) (1888–1913)|
|Children:||Helen Margaret Wilson (née Hall) (10 July 1915 – 21 February 2000)|
Constance Boyd Berryman (née Hall) (1912 Aug 9 Fri – ?)
Joan Leake Hall (24 August 1919 – unknown)
In 1912 their first daughter, Connie, was born in Roebourne (in Roe's Cottage).
In 1915 Aubrey took a job as lighthouse keeper at Jarmen Island, the whole family moving there in part to get away from the extreme heat of Croydon. Here they shared the accommodation with Mr Langer, a German national who in 1916 was taken from his post and interned. After his departure, Henry Ernest Hall joined Aubrey on Jarmen Island.
In 1919 their third daughter, Joan Leake Hall was born.
With Helen in Roebourne, 1911. Info.
Aubrey and Helen Hall, two young men unknown, Ernest (Far's brother), and poss. Connie (maybe in Cossack). Info.
Aubrey riding 'Darky', c. 1950s. He rode until he was in his 80s. Note how they ride "long" in the stirrups. Info.
- H. Aubrey Collection at the WA Museum