Eton College; New College.
Federal Bar Association, Federal Security Agency, Doctorate.Phil (also known as Teddy Hall. 10 May 1924 – 11 August 2001) was a British scientist In 1943, he joined the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve as an ordinary seaman, serving in landing craft transporting commandos to France.
Hall was also a hot-air-balloon pilot and owner of Cameron O-84 Flaming Pearl G-AYAJ 1970-1990.
In the 1970s and 80s he owned a Bertram 32 motor boat Blue Bonito based in Greece and Turkey. This was used for testing his company"s marine magnetometers, helping various marine archaeological expeditions and finding the sunken World War I battleships Bouvet, Irresistible and Ocean.
At various times in his life he was a trustee of the National Gallery, the British Museum, the Science Museum and Prime Warden of the Goldsmiths Company. Developed the dating technique that was used to expose the Piltdown Manitoba fraud.
He was a member of the Air Squadron.