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Decatur, GA Motorcycle Crash, May 1979

Woodsville [NH] Airman Dies In Cycle Crash

WOODSVILLE—Airman First Class James P. Hall, 19, died in Decatur, Ga., Sunday as the result of a motorcycle accident.

He was a 1977 graduate of Woodsville High School.

Members of the family include his parents, William S. and Rosemarie (Barella) Hall of Woodsville; two brothers, William J. Hall and Peter M. Hall; two sisters, Miss Wendy A. Hall and Miss Susan M. Hall, all of Mountain Lakes in Haverhill; his maternal grandmother, Mrs. C.J. Barella of Torrington, Conn.; his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Isabelle M. Hall of Chestnut Hill, Mass.

A mass of Christian burial will be conducted at St. Joseph’s Church, Wednesday at 10:30 a. m. with Rev. Roger Bilodeau officiating.

Burial will be in St. Joseph’s Cemetery in Bath. Memorial contributions may be made to the James P. Hall Memorial Fund, in care of Mrs. Mabel Billings, Box 243, Woodsville.

The Ricker Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

13 May 1979



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