Kingston upon Hull War Memorial 1914 - 1918

The story of Hull in World War One

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First NameJOHN WILLIAM

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BORN HOXTON, LONDON, 17/6/1889. SON OF ANNIE & LOCAL POLICE INSPECTOR. FREDERICK ARTHUR DAY, MERCHANT SEAMAN AT SAME ADDRESS. LOST AT SEA ON 22/09/1914, AGED 25. HE WAS ONE OF HULL'S FIRST CASUALTIES. HIS NAME IS ON THE TRINITY HOUSE SCHOOL MEMORIAL. HIS ...

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First NameWILLIAM JOHN

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BORN HULL 1897. PROBATE ADDRESS. LEFT £213 TO FATHER SAMUEL DAY, POLICE INSPECTOR - 8 ADDERBURY CRESCENT, ADDERBURY GROVE, HULL. LISTED ON THE WILSON LINE WW1 ROLL OF HONOUR.

First NameFRANCIS WILFRED

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BORN HULL 1898. SON OF CHARLES & MARY ELIZABETH HENSON, 71 VICTOR ST & ABOVE. NB: HARRY HENSON, 11TH EYR, 25 JOHN ST; PTE. JOHN EYR - 32 SOMERSET ST;

First NameJOHN

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BORN HULL. HULL PAL. DIED OF DYSENTERY WHILST A POW. WIFE EDITH ABOVE. BURIED IN GERMANY.

First NameGEORGE

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LISTED ON ST MARYS CHURCH, LOWGATE MEMORIAL. LOCAL TEACHER. PARENTS LIVED 4 JOHN STREET, HULL. HIS WIFE ANN MILNER (TROWLE) LIVED ST CHAD, BARROW ON HUMBER. HE ENLISTED IN THE LIVERPOOL REGIMENT. LEFT £27 TO HIS WIFE IN HIS WILL. HIS DEATH WAS REPORTED IN ...