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Harold Flintoff Hall                              1870-1942
Harold was born in Durham in 1870, the son of James Hall and Ann Eliza Gibson. He moved to Khartoum, Soudan, and became a cotton grower, and was still living in Khartoum, Soudan at the time of his marriage to Dulce, in 1910. Dulce decided she didn't like living in Khartoum, so they returned to England to live.
Dulce Evelyn Thompson                       1889-1979
Dulce Thompson was born on 5 May 1889, the daughter of Viginti Tertius Thompson and Violet Allison. Harold left Dulce in 1937; she was awarded a divorce in 1941.
I have identified the following children.
  Kenneth Thompson Born 2 Jan 1913   Married Cicely Peel
Harold Noel Thompson Born abt 1916   Married Mary Jancolovicz
Pheemie Dulce Pamela Born 27 May 1920   Married Kenneth Jamieson
Vivienne Yvonne Born 9 Apr 1922   Stagbury, Chipstead, Surrey Married Capt. Ronald P. Grellis

Birth
Dulce Evelyn Thompson b: 5 May 1889                 1889 3Q Houghton 10a 448
daughter of Viginti Tertius Thompson and Violet Allison

Harold Flintoff Hall b: abt 1870         Durham City, County Durham                 1870 1Q Durham 10a 362
son of James Hall and Ann Eliza Gibson

Marriage
7 Sep 1910
Dulce Evelyn Thompson
Harold Flintoff Hall
St. James, Westminster                 1910 3Q Westminster 1a 1245
Spinster, Father: Viginti Tertius Thompson, Tower Hill, Middleton-St.-George, County Durham

  Newspaper
  7 September 1910   MARRIAGE
Yesterday, Dulce, only daughter of Mr. V. T. Thompson, J. P. , of Tower Hill, Middleton-St.-George, County Durham, was quietly married at St. James, Westminster, to Mr. Harold F. Hall, of Khartoum, Soudan. Owing to the bereavement in the brides family, no guests were invited, only relatives and a few intimate friends being present. The nuptial knot was tied by the Right Rev, Llewellyn Gwynne, Bishop of Khartoum, a friend of the bridegroom, who was attended by Capt. N. W. Gardiner, of the Royal Fusiliers, attached to the Egyptian Army, as best man. The bride was given away by her father. The presents were very numerous, beautiful, and costly. Mr. and Mrs. Hall left King's Cross by the 2:20 express for York, whence they will motor through Scotland on their honeymoon, prior to sailing for Khartoum on September 24th.
Middleton-St. George - A village and parish in Darlington District, Durham. The village is on the river Tees,
at the boundary with Yorkshire, near Dinsdale spa, 4½ miles ESE of Darlington.

Children
Kenneth Thompson Hall b: 2 Jan 1913              1913 1Q Darlington 10a 41
son of Harold F. Hall and Dulce Thompson
Harold Noel Thompson Hall b: abt 1916 
son of Harold Flintoff Hall and Dulce Thompson
Pheemie Dulce Pamela Hall b: 27 May 1920              1920 3Q South Shields 10a 1740
daughter of Harold F. Hall and Dulce Thompson
Vivienne Yvonne Hall b: 9 Apr 1922         Stagbury, Chipstead, Surrey              1922 2Q Reigate 2a 331
daughter of Harold F. Hall and Dulce Thompson

The Evening Independent, May 8, 1941
Husband Refuses To Speak to Wife For Twelve Years
  London, May 8 - AP - For twelve years her husband didn't speak a word to her before he left her in 1937, Mrs. Harold Flintoff Hall told a surrey court.   Her divorce petition was granted,
  She said she couldn't remember what started the family spat that made Hall mum.

Death
Harold Flintoff Hall Died in 1942 in Esher, Surrey              1942 1Q Lambeth 1d 266

Death
Dulce Evelyne (Thompson) Hall 24 Nov 1979, Age 90,              1979 4Q Horsham 18 1991
of Honeywood House, Rowhook, Rudgwick, Horsham, East Sussex
Summary of the Will
of Dulce Evelyn Hall
of Honeywood House,
Rowhook, Rudgwick, Horsham, East Sussex
formerly of Stagbury, Holmbury, St. Mary, Surrey
1889 - 1979       Dated 17 October 1977
(Her estate totaled £ 35,106.00)
Trustees and Executors:  Martin Wallace Monkhouse, of 86 The Avenue, London,
Ronald Scott Lawrance Bowker, of 31 Southgate Street, Winchester, Hampshire,
and, Kenneth Thompson Hall, of Primrose Hill, Lucan, County Dublin, Erie.
Each Executor: £100 each
John Cantrill, Lowlands Farm, Kingswood, Surrey £ 100
Mrs. Eileen Florence Lee, 19 Felday Houses,
Holmsbury, St. Mary
£ 100, if still in my service at my death.
Mrs. Kitty Lucas, Holmsbury, St. Mary £ 100
Son, Kenneth Thompson Hall My small sideboard.
Daughter, Pheemie Dulce Pamela Jamieson My Spinet
Daughter, Vivienne Yvonne Grellis My Oriental Pearls, and my Tallboy in the bedroom.
Son-in-law, Kenneth Jamieson My Silver Claret Jug
Son-in-law, Capt. R. P. Grellis My Cut glass decanters, wineglasses, and tumblers.
Daughter-in-law Cicely Hall My wooden box inlaid with ivory and tortoiseshell.
My Settlement Trust from V. T. Thompson and
Reginald James Harris, Dated 31 October 1930
Three Tenths to son, Kenneth Thompson Hall,
Three Tenths to daughter, Pheemie Dulce Pamela Jamieson,
Four Tenths to daughter, Vivienne Yvonne Grellis.
My Surviving Children: All of my residuary Trust Fund, divided equally.