Ex-Assembly Hall Died.
William E. Hall died at his home in Cranford on Sunday afternoon, of Bright's disease, after an illness of several weeks. Mr. Hall was a member of the New Jersey Assembly for two terms, being elected 1901 and again in 1902. Since he left the legislatere he has been more or less prominent in the county politics having been a candidate for the nomination of sheriff when W.H. Lawrence was chosen. He was at the time of his death a member of the Cranford Republican Executive Committee. He was in his forty-fourth year. The funeral was held at Mr. Hall's late home last evening. Two members of the County Committee, James White and J.A. Warner and four Elks, of which order the deceased was a member, acted as pallbearers. The Rev. John Edgecumb officiated. Harry Mook, of the Temple Quartet, New York, sung.
Published by The Westfield Leader on January 26, 1910.