Kingston upon Hull War Memorial 1914 - 1918

The story of Hull in World War One

Jeffrey

Henry James Jeffrey and his wife Ethel lived at 69 Great Thornton Street. They too lost three sons - Lawrence Frederick Jeffrey, killed in 1916, William Henry Jeffrey, in 1917 and George David Jeffrey, in 1918.

 

FOUR JOHNSON BROTHERS

SONS OF JOHN WILFRED AND ALICE JOHNSON, AT 10 TELFORD STREET, HOLDERNESS ROAD. THE FOUR JOHNSON BROTHERS, LOST IN THE WAR WERE:

PRIVATE, HAROLD JOHNSON, 12/838, 12TH EYR, KILLED ON 16/04/1916, AGED 29, OF 94 BARMSTON STREET, HULL.

PRIVATE, ARTHUR JOHNSON, 13/446, 13TH EYR, DIED OF WOUNDS, 10/09/1917, AGED 24 - 152 FOUNTAIN ROAD, HULL

STOKER, WALTER JOHNSON, ROYAL NAVY, HMS 'MARMION', DIED AT SEA, 21/10/1917, AGED 19 - 81 LEE STREET, HULL

PRIVATE, JOHN WILFRED JOHNSON, 3/7268, 3RD EYR, DIED IN HULL, ON 01/12/1918, AGED 33, OF 5 HARDY STREET, HULL