Raymond Earl Hall was the son of King M. Hall and China Lingar. He served during World War II in the European theatre of war and in Korea.
Company C, 19th Infantry Reg, 24th Infantry Division
Sergeant First Class Hall was a veteran of World War II. He was captured and taken prisoner of war while fighting the enemy in South Korea. He was reportedly murdered in a tunnel near Sunchon, North Korea on October 20, 1950. His remains were not recovered. His name is inscribed on the Courts of the Missing at the Honolulu Memorial. He is also commemorated at Jellico Cemetery in Jellico, Campbell County, Tennessee.
Jellico – Tech. Sgt. Raymond E. Hall, 34, son of Mr. and Mrs. King Hall, has been reported missing in action in Belgium since Dec. 17, 1944, his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Rue Hall has been notified. Seven days before, Mrs. Hall received a letter from him and he wrote about being able to come home before “ very long”. He was near St. Vith at that time. He was a supply officer with Gen. George Patton’s Third Army.
- Rank: Sergeant First Class
- Date of birth: 12 October 1910
- Date of death: 20 October 1950
- County: Campbell
- Hometown: Jellico
- Service Branch: Army
- Division/Assignment: 19th Infantry Regiment, 24th Infantry Division
- Conflict: Word War II / Korean War
- Awards: Purple Heart with Oak Leaf Cluster, Bronze Star, Combat Infantrymans Badge, Korean Service Medal, United Nations Service Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Korean Presidential Unit Citation, Republic of Korea War Service Medal and World War II Victory Medal
- Burial/Memorial Location: Honolulu Memorial, Honolulu, Hawaii
- Location In Memorial: Pillar XX, Top Panel
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