Brothers that died
Arthur Henry Lazenby died on the 26th November 1914 serving with the Royal Navy, aged 18. His brother Richard Lazenby was killed aged 22, at the battle of Jutland when HMS 'Invincible' sank on 31st May 1916. These were the sailor sons of Richard and Jane Ann Lazenby, living at 6 Kimberley Street, Hull. Their other son was Company Sergeant Major, Walter Lazenby who served with the Durham Light Infantry and lived at the same address.
Pte, William Arthur Lazenby, MM, 11th EYR died at St Omer on the 13th July 1918. His Younger brother, Pte Charles Lazenby, Durham Light Infantry, was killed a few weeks later, on the 9th August 1918, aged 19. They were the sons of Thomas Wilson and Annie Eliza Lazenby, 11 Church Road, North Ferriby. Another son, Staff Sgt, Thomas Lazenby, RGA, was wounded in France. Their other two sons David Lazenby of the Middlesex Regiment, and George Lazenby, fighting with the Canadian Expeditionary Force, were both discharged early with wounds and ill health. Their family story is reported in the Hull Daily Mail 19/9/18.
Throughout the UK and Commonwealth, some 328 sets of brothers died during the First World War. Their details can be found here - http://www.longlongtrail.co.uk/brothers-died-in-the-great-war/
Hull Pals and brothers Herbert and Arthur Keith, from 79 Arundel Street, died within 6 months of each other in 1917. Check their names on the Arundel Street memorial and map on this website.
Hull Pal, Pte, William Henry Newlove, was killed at Serre on the 13th November 1916. His brother George Newlove, Yorkshire Regiment, died of wounds at home on the 26th March 1918, and is buried in the Hull Northern cemetery. They were both aged 19 years old. Their parents Fred and Emma Newlove lived at 98 Gillett Street and 87 Flinton Street when they died.
Pte, Anthony Marr, 2nd EYR, killed at Ypres on 5th May 1915, was aged 28 years. His brother Pte, Samuel Marr, 6th EYR was killed at Gallipolli on the 9th August 1915, aged 34 years. He left his wife Martha Marr and 2 daughters at Courtney Street, Hull. Both brothers are commemorated on the Wilmington Roll of Honour in Hull.
Alfred Whittingdon Ounsworth, Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry died on the 7th May 1917. His brother Frank Ounsworth, was killed 13 days later on the 20th May 1917. They were sons of John and Margaret Ounsworth, 85 Hodgson Street, HULL.
Sgt, Laurence Mitchell, 1/4th EYR killed on 3rd May 1915 at Ypres, was followed by his brother 2nd Lieut, Tom Mitchell, 14th Northumberland Fusiliers, who died of wounds at Etaples, on 4th November 1918. They were the sons of Tom and Marie Mitchell, of 135 Francis Street, Hull.
Pte, Alfred John Edward Piggott had emigrated from Hull and died fighting for Canada at Vimy Ridge on the 6th September 1916. His brother Fred Piggott was killed on the 18th September 1916 serving with Border Regiment on the Somme. His body was never recovered and he is recorded as missing on the Thiepval memorial along with another 72,000 other British and Commonwealth soldiers lost on the Somme. Their parents Alfred and Rachael Piggott, of 15 Walkers Square, Sykes Street, had lost two sons in 12 days. They are both commemorated on the Clifton Street School Roll of Honour in Hull.
Deckhand, Harold Moisey, died at sea on 16th March 1915, aged 28. His younger brother, Pte, John Moisey, Manchester Regiment, died a few weeks later on 4th June 1915, at Gallipoli, aged just 18 years old. They were the sons of Mr Albert Henry and Mrs Louisa Ann Moisey, 28 Commerce Lane, Hessle Road, Hull.
Cpl, John Ernest Porter, 1/4th EYR lived at 5 Clifton Gardens, St Georges Road. He had been a Hull Policeman before the war and was killed in action on the 27th May 1918, aged 25. His younger brother, Robert Henry Porter had previously been killed in action on the 10th May 1916, aged 17. They were two sons of William Henry and Sarah Elizabeth Porter, who lived at 430 Hessle Road.
Sgt, Charles Edward Myers killed on the 28th October 1914 serving with the Yorkshire Regiment and his brother George William Myers, 1st EYR was killed on 23rd July 1916. They were the sons of William & Sarah E Myers, at 17 Dansom Lane, Hull.
Archbald & Fred Sims both served with the Northumberland Fusiliers. They died in France within weeks of each other in early 1917. They were the sons of Elizabeth Sims, at 2 Belle Vue Terrace, Alexandra Street, Hull.
Ernest Newell & his brother Hilyard Newell were both sailors lost at sea on different ships in 1916. They were the sons of James and Ada Newell, of 9 Camberwell Avenue, Brighton Street, Hessle Road.
George, Herbbert and William NOEL, were three brothers, lost at sea, on different ships. They were the sons of George and Cornelia Jane NOEL, 7 Flinton Street, Hessle Road.
Pte, Ernest Sleight, 9th York and Lancaster Regiment died 9th June 1917 at Ypres, aged 21. His brother Pte, George Sleight, 10th East Yorkshires was killed on the 12th April 1918 aged 29 years. Their father Thomas was a Shopkeeper who lived at 351 Holderness Road.