The Life and Times of Dr. George Wesley Hall and Son
Life & Times of Dr. George W. Hall & Son
Dr. George C.R. Hall
Dr. George C.R. Hall was born in Little Britain in 1901. The only surviving child, he followed in his father's footsteps growing up in the area and then attending the University of Toronto to study medicine. After completing his medical degree, he interned at Hamilton General Hospital and then went on to work at the Lying In Hospital in New York City before returning home to Little Britain in 1925 to practice with his father.
Over the years George C.R. was active in hockey, Odd Fellows, Little Britain schools, arenas,Ham radio and representing the community in correspondence on a variety of issues.
Dr. George C.R. Hall's 1925 Snow Car Details
George C.R. was also interested in cars. He built a homemade car and modified another vehicle into a snow car that enabled him to make house calls more easily in the winter.
In 1927 George C.R. married Doris Marie Knight. They had three children Terence, Warner and Mary Lou. George C.R. and Doris also traveled and enjoyed spending time with their grandchildren. George C.R. retired in 1980 and passed away in 1984.