- 3 April 1880
Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia
- 11 April 1956
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
- Alternative Names
- Hally (Nickname)
- Pearse, Mena Hallett (birth name)
Hally Kienzle was living in Fiji with her German-born husband when war broke out in 1914. Although her husband was a naturalised British subject, he and his family were deported to Australia for internment as enemy aliens. From October 1917 they were interned in the Bourke Concentration Camp before they were transferred to the Molonglo Concentration Camp in May 1918. Hally was released on parole on 29 May 1919 while her husband was imprisoned in Holsworthy Camp until 22 October 1919.