George Alexander Hallett was born in Southampton, Hampshire, England in early 1889. His parents were Charles Hallett (b. 1844) and Jane Tree Broderick (b. 1846), natives of Dorset and Hampshire respectively who had married in 1871 in Southampton and who would go on to have nine children, two of whom would die in infancy: William (b. 1869), Edith (b. 1872), Charles (b. 1876) Frederick (b. 1878), John (b. 1881), Elizabeth (b. 1883), Alfred (b. 1886), George (b. 1889), Rose (b. 1894).
On the 1891 census George, his parents are six siblings are living at 12 Castle Square, Southampton and his father is described as an engineer's fitter. They have relocated to 2 St Michael Square, Southampton by the time of the 1901 census. George is absent by the time of the 1901 census but his family are resident at 1 Villiers Road, Shirley.
When George Hallett signed on to the Titanic he gave his address as 101 Church Street, Southampton and his previous ship as the Oceanic. As a fireman he could expect to earn monthly wages of £6.
George Hallett was lost in the Titanic disaster. His body, if recovered, was never identified.