Kingston upon Hull War Memorial 1914 - 1918

The story of Hull in World War One

Brothers/Relatives who died on the same day

Reed

Pte. George Ernest Reed, 131357, 13th EYR, aged 26, died on the 30th July 1917, the same day as his brother, Driver, Alfred Reed, 15626, RFA, 232nd Brigade, 'B' Battery. Their mother Clara Reed lived at 8 Nelson Square, New George Street, Hull.

Robinson

Brothers, Charles Oliver Robinson and Ernest Victor Robinson, both Privates in the 12th East Yorkshire Regiment died in the same attack on Serre on the 13th November 1916. They were the sons of John Alfred and Ada Robinson, 18 Salisbury Street, Hessle.

Wise

Brothers Herbert and Arthur Wise died together on the 15th June 1915, when the Hull Steam Ship 'Argyll' struck a mine from the German submarine UC11 in the North Sea. They lived at 3 Ebor Avenue, Eastbourne Street, Hessle Road and died with 6 other crewmen, who all lived in Hull