Henry Ernest Hall
|Birth:||, Roebourne, Western Australia|
|Death:||, Perth, Western Australia|
|Parents:||William Shakespeare Hall (1825 – 1895)|
Hannah Boyd Hall (née Lazenby) (1849–1911)
|Siblings:||Henry Ernest Hall (1869–1941)|
Harold Aubrey Hall (1871–1963)
Joy Hannah Emma Margaret Clifton (née Hall) (1876–1960)
Grace Hall (died in infancy, 1875)
William Shakespeare Hall Jr. (died in infancy, Cossack, 1878)
Henry Ernest Hall was born on 7 September 1869 in Roebourne, Western Australia.
The "strongest man in the north-west".
In 1926 he wrote the following letter to the Sunday Times in Perth:
LEPERS IN THE NOR'-WEST
Complaint from Cossack
H. E. Hall (Cossack) writes: "I wish to call attention to the manner in which the people of this town are treated by the authorities, who are not satisfied with bringing the Derby lepers close to Cossack but also allow the white attendant from the leper station to visit the town and enter the public places, including the telephone box; I might mention that there is only one medical man for the whites and lepers."
- Family Notices (1941, June 10). The West Australian, p. 1. Retrieved November 25, 2017, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article47147242 "HALL.—Henry Ernest, elder son of the late William Shakespeare and Hannah Boyd Hall, of Cossack, W.A., brother of Aubrey Hall and Joy Clifton: born at Roebourne. W.A.. September 7. 1869. died at Perth. June 6. 1941.
- Ernest Hall photo inscription
- Autobiography by C. B. Berryman, 1983. https://archive.org/details/C.B.Berryman1983
- Lepers in the Nor-West (1926, August 29). Sunday Times', p. 11 (Second Section). Retrieved November 25, 2017, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article58248168