28 Westbourne Park

This house differs from most others in Westbourne Park in that it is red brick with a red tile roof in an Arts & Crafts influenced design. It was built by John Hall, a local architect, for his own use, in 1888.

John Hall JP (aged 65) was killed here, when he was likely getting ready for a day at his office.

He was the oldest victim of the bombardment in Scarborough.

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  1. As we all remember the victims of WW1 on centenary of armistice, I would particularly like remember John Hall as one of the innocent victims of the great war. He was my great, great uncle. His brother, William, was my great, great grandfather and his nephew, Edwin, my grandfather.
    I would be interested to get in contact with any other relatives.

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