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Harry Ingoldsby Hall (1903 - 1953)

Harry Ingoldsby Hall
Born in Kansas (USA)map
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[spouse(s) unknown]
Died in Kansas City, Missourimap
Profile last modified | Created 1 Dec 2015
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Harry's middle name was Ingoldsby or Ingalsbe, probably Ingalsbe, the name used during and after the American Revolution. Harry was a locksmith in Kansas City. Never married. Converted to Catholicism, though he may have not have been very religious. At the time of his death, when the priest spoke to Harry's sister, he mistakenly referred to him as Henry Hill. Or, it could be that his sister Frances had a lively imagination. Harry's burial was in Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Stanley, Kansas.


  • family bible with bio by niece M. Hall

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