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  • ID: I14
  • Name: Henry Platt Hall
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 9 APR 1863 in Salford, Lancashire
  • Death: 15 DEC 1949 in Pentrehylin Hall, Llanymynech
  • Burial: Llandysilio church
  • Note:
    Henry Platt Hall was born in Salford on April 9th 1863, the eldest of four children. His parents were William Hall, a surgeon, and Louisa (nee Platt).

    He joined Platt Bros in 1880 at the age of 17 and became a director in 1897 and chairman from 1920-1924. He was the grandson of Henry Platt the founder and the nephew of John Platt MP who was responsible for the firm flourishing in the mid to late 19th century.

    King George V and Quuen Mary visited Platt Bros in 1913 and a souvenir edition of the visit was published.

    http://www.stanwardine.com/Souvenir_Platt_Bros_Visit.htm

    Extract from Kellys directory of Lancashire, 1924:
    Platt brothers & co limited, engineers, iron founders, machine makers, colliery proprietors, Hartford new works, Featherstall road south; Hartford old works, lower moor; Jubilee colliery shaw; Butterworth hall colliery, Milnrow and Hartford chambers, 2 St Anns place, Manchester.

    Henry Platt Hall lived at Toravon, Newport street in Oldham in 1924.

    Henry acquired a Welsh estate at Pentrehylin Hall, Llanymynech and was High Sheriff of Montgomeryshire in 1928.

    In the 1939 register, he was living at Pentrehylin Hall (Occupation: Mechanical engineer). He had a butler - Alfred Barnett born 15 Oct 1874, and two domestic servants - Alice Holloway born 27 Jun 1916, and Catherine Roberts born 16 Aug 1906.

    He became an eminent numismatist and after his death his coin collection was sold with the British Museum describing it in its quarterly journal of April 1951 as 'one of the last great collections of Roman coins in this country'.

    Probate: HALL Henry Platt of Pentreheylin Hall Llanymynech Montgomeryshire died 15 December 1949 Probate London 5 May to William Reid Hall engineer and The District Bank Limited. Effects 138,777 1s 11d (4.5 million in 2015).

    Coin Sale Catalogues:

    http://www.stanwardine.com/h_p_hall_coin_catalogues/index.htm


    Henry Platt Hall on his 21st birthday 9-April-1884





    Birth Certificate





    H P Hall in March 1868





    Henry Platt Hall





    Henry Platt Hall born 1863 & Margaret Reid born 1863



    Pentrehylin, Llanymynech - Henry Platt Hall's House - sold in 1950



    Pentrehylin - home 0f HP Hall





    Shooting Party in 1913 - H P Hall on right, son William next to him, and brother J P Hall sitting





    Royal Tour of Platt Bros - H P Hall next to Queen





    Henry Platt Hall with grandson Peter Macmillan Hall





    Glendinings: Henry Platt Hall Sale, Greek, Roman & Byzantine coins

    Catalogue of the Important Collection of Greek, Roman Republican & Imperial, Byzantine and British Coins formed by the Late Henry Platt Hall, Part I. July 19-21, 1950 and Part II November 19-21, 1950, 2328 lots, post sale priced editions with supplement



    Silver Denarius at time of Caesar Augustus and Jesus. From www.baldwin.co.uk 2012 catalogue





    1950 Sales catalogues description from baldwin.co.uk





    Sestertius coin from time of Roman Emperor Trajan.jpg

    From http://guberman.blogspot.co.uk/2011/03/roman-trajan-ce-98-117.html



    Sestertius from Roman Emperor Macrinus 217-218AD now at Fitzwilliam_museum, Cambridge

    From http://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/dept/coins/opac/cataloguedetail.html?&priref=85642&_function_=xslt&_limit_=10#2



    Sestertius from Emperor Decimus Caelius Balbinus 238AD now at Yale University

    From http://images.library.yale.edu/strawberryhill/oneitem.asp?i=1&id=60



    Gold auxerre coin from time of Henry VI of France 1422-53 now at Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

    From http://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/support/friends/opac/cataloguedetail.html?&priref=109966&_function_=xslt&_limit_=100


    British Museum journal describing their acquisition of Roman coins from the H P Hall collection




    1911 census living at Toravon, Oldham


  • Change Date: 17 FEB 2016 at 19:53:30



    Father: William Hall b: 24 MAR 1825 in Oldham
    Mother: Louisa Platt b: 4 JUN 1835 in Oldham

    Marriage 1 Margaret Alison Reid b: 9 DEC 1863 in Rose Villa, Pendleton, Lancashire
    • Married: 25 FEB 1892 in Christ Church, Salford
    Children
    1. Has Children William Reid Hall b: 10 MAR 1893 in Oldham c: 23 MAR 1893 in St Thomas's Church, Werneth
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