Kingston upon Hull War Memorial 1914 - 1918

The story of Hull in World War One

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First NameERNEST WILLIAM

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Hull Pals Memorial Post. PRIVATE ERNEST WILLIAM CLARKE 23964. Born 1887, the second of five children, to Jonathan and Mary Clark of 49 Terry Street, Beverley Road, Hull. Ernest was a married man residing at 10 Roxburg Street, Perth Street in the city when ...

First NameWALTER

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BORN HULL 1886. SON OF HARRIET HARRIS, AT THIS 1911 CENSUS ADDRESS. A LABOURER. HE ENLISTED IN HULL. SERVED WITH THE 7TH EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT. KILLED IN ACTION, AT TSERRE, ON 11/11/1916, AGED 30. HE IS COMMEMORATED AT THE THIEPVAL MEMORIAL. TO THE MIS ...

First NameALBERT

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BORN BRIDLINGTON 1894, SON OF CHARLES MALTBY & JESSIE (BUTTERY), OF THIS ADDRESS (1911 CENSUS) . THE FAMILY LATER MOVED TO BRIDLINGTON. BROTHER TO WILLIAM AND CHARLES AND SISTER, JESSIE. WORKED AS A OIL MILL LABOURER. SERVED AS A SHOEING SMITH, WITH THE R ...

First NameWILLIAM J.

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BORN HULL 1896. YOUNGEST SON OF JOHN SNEE & MARY ELLEN EMPTAGE, 22 CAROLINE STREET. HE HAD FOUR BROTHERS AND ELEVEN SISTERS. EX BLUNDELLS, SPENCE & CO WORKER, BEVERLEY ROAD. HE ENLISTED IN HULL. SERVED AS PRIVATE, 1687, 1/4TH EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT. WOUN ...

First NameROBERT BURTON

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BORN HESSLE 1880. SON OF ANNIE THOMPSON, 2 ARTHUR'S TERRACE, WATERLOO STREET. HE JOINED THE YORK AND LANCASTER REGIMENT AND WAS DISCHARGED ON 26/10/1908. WORKED AS A DOCK LABOURER. SENT TO WAKEFIELD PRISON IN 1910 FOR STEALING A BICYCLE. ENLISTED AGAIN IN ...

First NameGEORGE HENRY

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BORN HULL DECEMBER 1881. SON OF GEORGE AND ELIZABETH TURNBULL, OF 18 CAROLINE STREET, HULL (CWGC ADDRESS) AND 29 LOCKWOOD STREET, HULL. HIS PARENTS WERE DECEASED AND HE LIVED WITH HIS OLDER SISTER MRS ELIZABETH ELLEN BURTON AT THE ABOVE ADDRESS. WORKED AS ...

First NameJAMES ROBERT

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BORN HULL DEC 1875. SON OF ROBERT & ELIZABETH WATKINSON 1881 MARRIED SEPT 1897 HULL - WIFE MARGARET ANN (FALL) LIVED IN SWANSEA. Khartoum, built by Cook, Welton & Gemmell, Hull in 1899 and owned at the time of her loss by Hull Steam Fishing & Ice Co. ...