Kingston upon Hull War Memorial 1914 - 1918

The story of Hull in World War One

PARK ROADRSS

First NamePERCY

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BORN DRIFFIELD 1884. SON OF DAVID EDWARD BOURNER & MARY ANN ROBSON ABOVE CWGC ADDRESS. PARISH MAGAZINE. 4 BROTHERS SERVED, HAROLD & GEORGE, WERE ALSO KILLED IN ACTION. Son of Mary Bourner, of 20, Chesnut Grove, Park Rd., Hull, and the late David Edward B ...

First NameGEORGE WILLIAM

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BORN DRIFFIELD 1890. SON OF DAVID EDWARD BOURNER & MARY ANN ROBSON - 57 STANLEY ST & ABOVE CWGC ADDRESS. THEY LOST 3 SONS. GEORGE BOURNER WAS A SINGLE MAN. KILLED ON THE SOMME ON 13/07/1917, AGED 26.

First NameHAROLD

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BORN DRIFFIELD 1887. SON OF DAVID EDWARD BOURNER & MARY ANN ROBSON ABOVE CWGC ADDRESS. ALL FOUR SONS SERVED IN ARMY & THREE WERE KILLED. HAROLD BOURNER WAS A BOOT MAKER. MARRIED IN 1912. WIFE MARY HOFTON LOUGHTON, LIVED 9 ALBERT TERRACE, TERRY STREET. THE ...

First NameERNEST WARR

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BORN ENFIELD, MIDDLESEX 1885. SON OF FREDERICK & ELIZABETH DAVIS. HUSBAND OF ETHEL MARY DAVIS, AT THIS CWGC ADDRESS. HE ENLISTED AT PONTEFRACT. EX 39625 KING'S OWN YORKSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY. TRANSFERRED AS PRIVATE, 41667, 16TH WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT. HE D ...

First NameHAROLD

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BORN HULL 1888. SON OF ALFRED GOULD & ELIZABETH J (BRADSTREET). HULL HEROES WEBSITE.

First NameTHOMAS

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BORN HULL 1892. ENLISTED HULL. SON OF JOHN & ANN GREEN, AT 17 BARROW AVENUE, CAVE STREET, HULL HE ENLISTED IN THE NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS IN HULL. ARRIVED IN FRANCE ON 16/01/1915. WAS KILLED IN ACTION, AT YPRES, ON 19/02/1915, AGED 23. COMMEMORATED ON TH ...

First NameHARRY FRANK

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BORN HARROGATE 1886. ENLISTED HULL. SON OF MRS J JACKSON ABOVE.NB; HARTLEY'S - 3 LOFTUS AVE, BOURNEMOUTH ST; 2 WILLOW GR, SOMERSET ST; GARDNER.

First NameGEORGE FRED.

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BORN HOWDEN, 1899. ENLISTED HULL. SON OF CHARLES & ADA KEMP

First NameWILLIAM DANIEL

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BORN HULL 1879. SON OF HENRY PONSONBY TOLCHARD (1846-1908) & LOUISE BROOKES WRIGHT (1845-1901). ONE OF SEVEN CHILDREN. HE HAD FIVE SISTERs. EMPLOYED AS A SHIP'S STEWARD. HE ENLISTED IN THE HULL PALS, ON 15/11/1914, AGED 35 YEARS AND 14 DAYS. JOINED AS PRI ...