Kingston upon Hull War Memorial 1914 - 1918

The story of Hull in World War One

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First NameTHOMAS

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BORN HULL 1879. SON OF MRS MARY BATES. THIS WAS HIS 1918 MILITARY VOTERS ADDRESS. FORMER LABOURER. DESCRIBED AS 5 FOOT SIX INCHES TALL, 36 INCHS TALL, 105 LBS, BLUES EYES, BROWN HAIR. ENLISTED BEVERLEY, 11/09/1914, GIVING HIS AGE AS 32. POSTED TO FRANCE 1 ...

First NameJOHN

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BORN CO. CAVAN, IRELAND 24/6/1859. MARRIED 1882. WIFE CATHERINE FLYNN AND FOUR CHILDREN, LIVED PRESTON AND AT THIS PROBATE ADDRESS. NEXT OF KIN WAS HIS DAUGHTER, MARY ANN SHEPHERSON, 6, PROVIDENCE TERRACE, LIVERPOOL STREET, HESSLE ROAD, HULL. HE SERVED AS ...

First NameRALPH

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BORN NEWINGTON, HULL 1892. SON OF JOHN & MARIA BROOKE - 88 WEST DOCK AVENUE & ABOVE HULL ADDRESS. A PROFESSIONAL SOLDIER WITH SIX AND HALF YEARS SERVICE. ENLISTED IN PONTEFRACT, ON 12/01/1909, AGED 17. DESCRIBED AS 5 FOOT 7.5 INCHES TALL, 157 LBS WEIGHT, ...

First NameJOHN ALFRED

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BORN HULL 29/6/1882. WIFE LILY M BURTENSHAW & 4 CHILDREN ABOVE. SON OF HENRY & CLARA KERRISON.

First NameRICHARD

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BORN HULL 12/6/1881. WIFE OLIVE COOK ABOVE. SON OF WILLIAM & ELLEN COOK. EX NER WORKER. MARFLEET ROH

First NameWILLIAM

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BORN HULL 1894. EX NER PORTER-OPERATOR AT HULL. ENLISTED HULL. EX NFUS 32/444. SERVED WITH HOMER SLEIGHT, RNR AT SAME ADDRESS. 1918 VOTERS.

First NameWILLIAM JAMES

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BORN CARDIFF 1863. WIFE SUSAN DALTRY ABOVE NAVAL ADDRESS. LOST BY ENEMY ACTION. HULL MERCHANT NAVY RECORDS.

First NameARTHUR FOSTER

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BORN HULL 1879. ENLISTED HULL. WIFE LOUISA MARTHA ELLAM ABOVE.

First NameTHOMAS E

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BORN HULL 1872. FOUND ON CWGC RECORDS. WIFE LIVED ABOVE. HIS SISTER LIVED AT 13 LIZZIE'S AVENUE, RHODES STREET. HIS SON THOMAS WAS KILLED AT GALLIPOLI ON 15/8/15, AGED 23 - PHOTOGRAPH IN THE HULL DAILY MAIL ON 19TH OCTOBER 1915. * On January 8th, 1915, t ...

First NameWILLIAM HENRY

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BORN LOWESTOFT, SUFFOLK, 1898. ENLISTED HULL. SON OF WILLIAM A & MARY ANN HALL ABOVE ADDRESS - CWGC RECORDS.

First NameCLARENCE ERNEST

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BORN HULL 1893. HULL PAL. ELDEST SON OF WILLIAM HENRY & EMILY GERTRUDE HARRISON 53 REDBOURNE STREET AND THIS ADDRESS. A FISH PORTER. HE LEFT BROTHER, WILLIAM H., SIDNEY LEONARD, STANLEY ARTHUR, AND FREDERICK CHARLES HARRISON, AND SISTER DORA GERTRUDE HAR ...

First NameISAAC

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BORN KNARESBOROUGH, 1895. SON OF ESTHER & THE LATE ISAAC HAYWOOD- CWGC ADDRESS. HIS EXTENDED FAMILY ALL LIVED IN LIVERPOOL STREET. WORKED FOR HULL CORPORATION SANITARY DEPARTMENT. ALSO EX TERRITORIAL IN RFA 48TH BRIGADE. ENLISTED HULL 10/12/1916. DIED OF ...

First NameHERBERT

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BORN LOUTH, 1899. ENLISTED LOUTH. HIS WIDOW & CHILD LIVED IN LIVERPOOL STREET, HULL. HDM 19/4/18.

First NameGEORGE

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BORN SOUTHAMPTON 1866. LEFT

First NameGEORGE HUGHES

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BORN HULL 1899. SON OF MARY & GEORGE HILLAM. HIS DEATH AND PHOTOGRAPH WERE PRINTED IN THE HULL DAILY MAIL ON THE 3RD MAY 1915. * HIS FATHER ALSO DIED AT SEA 20/4/1918.

First NameJOHN

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BORN HULL 1875. PROBATE ADDRESS. SS Vasco, built by Furness, Withy & Co. Ltd., West Hartlepool in 1895 and owned at the time of her loss by T. Wilson, Sons & Co. Ltd., Hull, was a British steamer of 1.914 tons. 280x40x19.2 feet; 188 n.h.p. triple expans ...

First NameWILLIAM

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BORN HULL 1890. HULL PAL. KIA. WIFE FLORENCE E LIVED ABOVE & 2 CHILDREN. SON OF ALICE, 1 BAINTON TERRACE, GILLETT ST. HDM 14/8/16. FISH DOCKS COOPER. Hull Pals Memorial Post. PRIVATE WILLIAM LEWIS 11/519. William was born in Hull and queued to enlist ou ...

First NameHERBERT

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BORN NEWPORT 3/6/1888. WIFE MARY JANE LONGHORN ABOVE ADDRESS. NO CWGC RECORD.

First NameFREDERICK

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BORN HULL 1896. SON OF FRANKLIN (DIED 1917) & JANE MANSON & 10 CHILDREN.

First NameFREDERICK

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REPORTED AS KILLED IN FRANCE, AGED 19 WITH ADDRESS & PHOTO - HDM 21/4/17. NO CWGC RECORDS FOUND? BEFORE THE WAR HE WORKED ON THE FISH DOCKS. HIS FOUR BROTHERS- BEN, ALEC, WILLIAM AND JAMES ALL SERVED. HIS DEATH WAS REPORTED IN THE HULL DAILY MAIL ON THE 2 ...