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Warren F Hall 1
Level of Education: 2 years of high school 1
Marital Status: Single, without dependents 1
1920 1
Massachusetts 1
Place: Suffolk County, Massachusetts 1

World War II 1

Army 1
Enlistment Date:
16 Jan 1941 1
Army Branch:
Infantry 1
Army Component:
National Guard (Officers, Warrant Officers, and Enlisted Men) 1
Army Serial Number:
20101183 1
Enlistment Place:
Boston Massachusetts 1
Source of Army Personnel:
National Guard 1
Semiskilled chauffeurs and drivers, bus, taxi, truck, and tractor 1
Race or Ethnicity:
White 1
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Box Number: 0328 1
Film Reel Number: 3.50 1

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Warren F Hall, Gunner


Warren F Hall was a B-25 Aerial Gunner for the 321st Bomb Group, the 445th Bomb Squad, B-25 Mitchell Medium Bombers in the MTO during WWII.  Warren joined from Boston, Suffolk County, Mass on 16 Jan. 1941 as a PFC from the National Guard.  Warren was born in 1920 in Mass and completed 2 years of high school, he was White, Citizen and had been a driver of a bus, taxi and farm equipment (truck and tractor) and was single at enlistment.

From Gary Wilson (Warren's proud son-in-law)   Nov. 2011

     Warren enlisted in the MA National Guard on 4/25/1939.  He may have entered the AAF in early 1941.  We don't have any information on his activities before what I found for him in the 321st history (March 15, 1944).  We know he was in the 1333rd Air Transport Command in India when he separated in October 1945 and had flown many missions Over-The Hump.

     Probably because of too many war movies, I thought crews stayed together.  However, in the info I have searched so far, he flew with the same crew or same plane more than once, only a couple of times.  Perhaps as I get further along he will have settled in to a more set routine.  Also, he flew on April7 and then did not fly again until about May 12.  In late April the 425th moved to Corsica, however, they flew several missions between April 7 and when they moved.  Any information you can provide as to what a typical routine was for B-25 crews, will be interesting and very helpful.

     A little more information.  Family memory says Warren was stationed in North Africa at some point.  The plane crash apparantly occurred when he was in North Africa.  It is possible that the squadron picture is also during that period.  I am looking to see if Poopsie was in North Africa prior to being in Italy.  If you have any information on how planes were transferred from North Africa to Itlay following the end of the Africa campaign, it will be useful.  I believe the Africa campaign ended in the fall of 1943, so the timing is right.

 I started searching the 321st BG from the start and found my father-in-law on a plane in March 1944.  I am putting together a list of his flights and have completed March, April, and May.  It looks like he may have been with group of new replacements on March 6, 1944.  There is mention of a training lecture for 9 new gunners.  His first flight was March 15. 

Warren Francis Hall


S/Sgt Warren Francis Hall, 321st Bomb Group, 445th Bomb Squad, MTO

Warren F Hall Hall
Birth: 07/29/1920 (29 Jul 1920) - Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA
Death: 05/11/1983 (5 Nov 1983) - Wareham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
Parents: Lawrence J Hall, Susanna Hall
04 April 1930 census/Boston-Ward 17/Suffolk Co./Massachusetts
Lawrence J Hall/Head of Household/55/Widowed  /VETERAN/WW1
William Hall/Son/20                                                                                                                             Lawrence J Hall/Son/18                                       
Harold G Hall/Son/16                                                   
Margaret L Hall/Daughter/13                                                     
Warren F Hall/Son/9                                                
Mary E Bradlee Loffy/Housekeeper/70
Living at 81 Milton Avenue
Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2003   Name: Warren F Hall
Certificate: 046148  Death Place: New Bedford, Mass.  Death Date: 11 May 1983
Birth Place: Massachusetts   Birth Date: 29 Jul 1920
DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS;  Nationwide Gravesite Locator
DATE OF BIRTH: 07/29/1920   DATE OF DEATH: 05/11/1983
U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006
Name: Warren F Hall  Service Info.: T SGT US ARMY WORLD WAR II
Birth Date: 29 Jul 1920   Death Date: 11 May 1983
Service Start Date: 25 Apr 1939   Interment Date: 13 May 1983
Cemetery: Massachusetts National Cemetery
Cemetery Address: Off Connery Avenue Bourne, MA 02532
Warren Hall: Social Security Death Index (SSDI) Death Record
Name: Warren Hall   State of Issue: Massachusetts
Date of Birth: Thursday July 29, 1920   Date of Death: May 1983
Est. Age at Death: 62 years, 9 months Last known residence:
City: Wareham County: Plymouth   State: Massachusetts

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