Kingston upon Hull War Memorial 1914 - 1918

The story of Hull in World War One

Wigglesworth

Gunner, John Thomas Wigglesworth, enlisted in the Royal Field Artillery, in Easter 1915. He was gassed in France, on the 23rd May 1917, and never recovered. He died at home on the 7th December 1919, aged 23,  and is buried at  Hedon Road Cemetery. He was the son of Alfred Wigglesworth who lived at 18 Rustenburg Street. He left a widow and two children at 310 Holderness Road. His Brother in Law, Sapper, Walter Binge, was killed in action on the 23rd May 1916, also aged 23.