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Thomas L. Hall

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Thomas Lee Hall (January 8,1895–October 8, 1918) was a S.C. National Guard Soldier from the 118th Infantry Regiment, 30th Infantry Division serving with the United States Army. He received the Medal of Honor for his actions during World War I. Biography Thomas Lee Hall was born in Fort Mill, South Carolina in 1895 and died October 8, 1918, near Montbrehain, France. He is buried in Unity Cemetery, Fort Mill, South Carolina. His gravesite is located in the World War I plot. A native of Fort Mill, Tom Hall was born Jan. 8, 1895, the son of William Lee Hall and Frances Coble Hall. He had an older brother, George and a younger sister, Lila. Lee Hall, Tom's father, operated a grocery store on Main Street and a farm while serving as mayor of Fort Mill. Tom helped out in the store until 1908 when his father gave up merchandising to manage the Springfield farm north of town. The family moved into the historic home, built in 1806, by John Springs III. Tom was a member of Fort
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