Kingston upon Hull War Memorial 1914 - 1918

The story of Hull in World War One

Colby

Arthur Colby, from 6 Wassand Street, was another early casualty in the War. He had been married only 4 months before he died of wounds at Bordeaux on 22nd October 1914.

 

Ernest Sidney Waine, a ship's carpenter for the Wilson Line, drowned in 1914. He had only been married for three months.

 

Tom Oliver, Coldstream Guards, wounded in a bayonet charge, died on 25th December 1914. He left a widow and five children.

 

Charles Chipchase, from 7 Courtney Street, was killed in action in 1914. He left a widow and four children.

 

William Coggin, Royal Navy died in an explosion in 1914. He left a widow and three children at Kent Street.

Private, Ernest Goddill, killed in action on 21st October 1914, left a widow and three children in Perth Street.