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.
The victims of the bombardment of 16 December 1914.
Leonard Ellis, back of Londesborough Road.
Harry Harland (30).
Harry Frith (45) 1 Bedford Street.
Alfred Beal(41) 50 Raleigh Street, killed Dunollie.
Margaret Briggs (29) Filey Road.
John Shields Ryalls (14 Months) 22 Westbourne Park.
Miss Bertha McIntyre (42) 22 Westbourne Park.
Mrs Johanna Bennett (58) 2 Wykeham Street.
Albert Bennett (22) 2 Wykeham Street.
John Christopher H Ward (9) 2 Wykeham Street.
George James Barnes (9) 2 Wykeham Street.
John Hall (65) 28 Westbourne Park.
Mrs Emily Lois Merryweather (30) 43 Prospect Road.
George Harland Taylor (15) 45 North Street.
Mrs Mary Prew (60) 17a Belle Vue Street.
Mrs Ada Crow (28) 124 Falsgrave Road.
Miss Edith Crosby (39) 1 Belvedere Road.
Mrs Duffield (38) Esplanade.
Mrs Miller, of Springhill Terrace
Fredrick Randall, a coastguard, who lived in one of the Admiralty cottages
Wiliam H Tunmore (61), a railwayman, of Grey St
Horse-drawn carriages in Scarborough for the funeral of Driver Bennett, Royal Field Artillery, a victim of the raid on Scarborough by vessels of the 1st Scouting Group of the German High Seas Fleet, commanded by Admiral Franz von Hipper, on 16 December 1914.
The remains of a house in Scarborough where five members of the Bennett family were killed as a result of the raid on Scarborough by vessels of the 1st Scouting Group of the German High Seas Fleet, commanded by Admiral Franz von Hipper, on 16 December 1915.