Thomas Dickinson Hall
18/08/1808 - 03/05/1879 Lanchester Nottinghamshire
Buriel in the Parish Church of Whatton - St John of Beverly
Married 12/5/1840 Newark Not.
Sophia Elizabeth Haffendon
18/07/1814 - 26/06/1896
Buriel in the Parish Church of Whatton - St John of Beverly
Alice Elizabeth 1841 - 8/10/1920 unmarried
Gertrude Harriet 18/07/1842 - 4/12/1933
Married 4/2/1875 Herbert Gotlieb Edlmann
Cecil Haffenden 11/1843 - 20/08/1874
Frederick Dickinson 26/5/1845 - 21/3/1931
Reginald Allgood 17/8/1846 - 1895
Thomas Kenrick 22/1/1848 - 28/02/1890 unmarried
Maurice James 22/9/1849 - 24/07/1914  Came to
South Africa in 1881, Middleburg Cape
Edith Sophia 06/09/1851 - 25/6/1932 ; married 6/11/1879
William Gladwyn Turbutt 07/02/1853 -  23/7/1932 (79)
Edward Algernon 26/5/1853 - 3/9/1933
Mary Constance 1856 - 24/3/1946 unmarried (see painting below)
Im Memory of
Sophia Elizabeth Hall
wife of
Thomas Dickinson Hall
died June 21st 1896.
aged 81 years.
To the memory
Thomas Dickinson
( Lord of this Manor
and the patron of
this church)
Who died
May 2nd 1879
in the 71st year
of his age.
(1896 photo is from the photo album on the home page.)
These two photo's taken by Peter Thomas Hall on his visit to Whatton on 18 November 2007.

Parish church of St. John of the Beverly, main street,Whatton-in-the-vale.
Built in the 11th and 12th Centuries the church was extensively renovated
in the late 19th century by TD Hall
Graves of Thomas  and Sophia at the Parish Church of St John, Whatton
(The grave stones on the left are of their son Cecil and note that a grave stone has been erected on Sophia's grave since this photo)
Updated 16/02/2008
23/09/2008; 16/2/2010
1. Letter written by T.D.Hall on Monday December 14, 1840. This letter was sold on ebay (item number 290136742212) on 16 July 2007 for a winning bid of 67.21 pounds. The stamp on the letter is a 1840 Penny Black considered scarce.
...........  ............  ................
My Solicitor
       I should be at home anytime
before 10'clock on Wednesday
morning next. So that your clerk
must come over by the early
coach on that morning, .......  ......
I shall not be at home. And I can
...... appriciate another day, as I
am going out for a few days.
    I am sorry to hear Cambell
is so very dilatory in clearing
up the title to the Whatton
Mill as I am very anxcious
to have it. I am sorry ...........
to hear that ...........  ............
money is not forthcoming
as the money is  ................
and believe me I ..................
my dissatfaction.
          Yours very truly
                 T D Hall
Whatton Manor
       Monday Dec. 14th
                Received Wednesday 16th
Mary Constance Hall

23cm x 26cm
name=Robert Latham
subject=Mary Constance Hall 1881
message=Hi- I have today bought some pictures at an auction. Amongst them is a delightful watercolour of a side view of a handsome young lady with an inscription inside " Mary Constance Hall, Whatton Manor Notts, 1881. GS TunButt pinxt"  Very happy to re-unite this with the family FOC if you can pick it up from N. Bedfordshire, UK, where I live. Tel 07768 057605, email is  Can send you a photo if you send me an email. Rgds Bob
submit=submit Pinxit (from Latin: "one painted") is a stylized amendment added to the signature depiction of the name of the person responsible for a work of art, found conventionally in the Late Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

Original inscription on the inside of the painting.