Kingston upon Hull War Memorial 1914 - 1918

The story of Hull in World War One

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First NameHARRY

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Hull Pals Memorial Post. PRIVATE HARRY HORBERRY 12/1152. Born in 1892, Harry was the fourth of eight children to Henry J and Sarah E Horberry of 98 West Parade, Hull. A Bottle Worker by trade he enlisted at City Hall joining the 12th Battalion East Yorksh ...

First NameALFRED

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BORN HULL 1890. SON OF HENRY JOHN & SARAH ELIZABETH HORBERRY. 1901 CENSUS ADDRESS. HIS BROTHER HARRY WAS ALSO KILLED IN THE WAR, AND ANOTHER BROTHER REPORTED MISSING IN THE HULL DAILY MAIL

First NameAUGUSTUS

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BORN OLDHAM, LANCS, 1890. ENLISTED HULL. ELDEST SON OF HARRY AND ANNIE HOWES ABOVE ADDRESS. PRIOR TO WAR AUGUSTUS WORKED FOR SEVEN YEARS AS AN AGENT WITH SCOTTISH LEGAL LIFE INSURANCE, IN HULL AND THE ROYAL MAIL, STEAM PACKET COMPANY, IN BUENOS AYRES, ARG ...

First NameFRED

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BORN GROSMONT, YORKS 1886. ENLISTED HULL. SON OF JOHN WILLIAM & LUCY WELFORD JEFFERSON. LEFT £213 TO WIFE HARRIET (FOSS) & CHILDREN ABOVE. HDM 20/9/17

First NameFRED

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Hull Pals Memorial Post. PRIVATE FRED PROCTOR 11/596. Born in 1889, Fred was the second of three children to William and Mary Jane Proctor of 3 Ribble Avenue, Ribble Street, Hull. He was 5' 6" tall with hazel brown eyes and had a swollen finger joint on h ...