Died: 7 February 1818

Map Location: 20

Inscription

Sacred to the memory
OF
SIR ROBERT HALL, Knight.
Knight Commander of the Royal Sicilian Order
Of St Ferdinand and of Merit.
Companion of the Most Honourable Military Order
Of the Bath
Commissioner of His Britanic Majestys’ Navy
On the Lakes of Canada
____ when comp__ ___ ____
Th__ ____ and __________
when opportunities for __________ __
Most ____ and precarious
This Gallant Human
Obtained these Honours and distinctions
as the reward of his Meritorious services
in Spain and Italy.
Such was the constant activity
on his intelligent mind
So many and various his attainments
And such the ____ of ____ of his ___itions
____ His Country has ____ by his ____ _____
____
The _____ of an able Officer
His acquaintance and compa____ in _____.
The pleasure and benefit of his society
____ the ____
__ Friend and patron
____ ____ ____ of ____ _______
And Died on the 7th of February 18[1]8
In the _ _th year of his life.

Further Information and Sources

Burial register includes Hall’s title – “Sir”

The inscription is difficult to read using RTI methods due to the faded letters and shadows created by the surrounding fence. Unknown words are transcribed as “__” and in some cases certain letters are filled in, as part of the word was decipherable. The last line of inscription appeared to read “39th”; however, the Dictionary of Canadian Biography, vol.6 under “Hall, Sir Robert” lists the dates of birth and death as “1778-1818”, inferring he was aged 40 at death.

Entry for Sir Robert Hall in the Dictionary of Canadian Biography