Edward Vine Hall

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Born: 11 June 1837

Died: 7 July 1909


He was born in Maidstone, Kent, the eldest son Edward Pickard Hall and Ann Hall, (nee Ralph). He became a chorister at New College in 1844 and later at Magdalen College, where he matriculated on 27th July 1855. He was the Vicar of Spring Grove, Middlesex from 1870 to 1878, as well as an author and composer. On 19 May 1870 in the Newton Abbot district of Devon he married Annie Louisa Digby (born Ireland in 1837). She was 43 when they married, and they do not appear to have had any children. At the time of the 1881 census, they were living at 13 Deanery Lodge, Worcester; he was by then Precentor at Worcester cathedral. In 1901 Edward was living at the Vicarage, St John Street, Bromsgrove with his wife and two servants. He died at 1 Keble Road, Oxford at the age of 72 on 7 July 1909.

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