Kingston upon Hull War Memorial 1914 - 1918

The story of Hull in World War One

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First NameCHRISTOPHER

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BORN HULL 1890. SON OF STEPHEN CARMICHAEL BATTY (1858-1935) AND MILLICENT SUTTON (1860-1914). A ROYAL NAVY STOKER. KILLED OFF CHILLI COAST IN BATTLE OF CORONEL, ON 01/11/1914, AGED 24. HIS DEATH WAS REPORTED IN THE HULL DAILY MAIL, ON 20/11/1914. HIS MOTH ...

First NameGEORGE SUTTON

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BORN HULL 19/10/1887. SON OF THE LATE HANNAH AND GEORGE HURST SUTTON, FROM HODGSON STREET. BOTH PARENTS DECEASED. BROTHER, TO JOHN & ROBERT COOK, AT THIS ADDRESS. HIS SISTER, MRS ADA MARSHALL, LIVED AT 8 ETTY'S TERRACE, STRICKLAND STREET, HULL. HE WORKED ...

First NameABEY (ABRAHAM)

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BORN HULL 1897. SON OF MOSES & ANN JACOBS. ONE OF HULL'S MANY JEWISH CASUALTIES IN WORLD WAR ONE. BROTHER & 7 SISTERS LIVED ABOVE. (1911 CENSUS). SON OF A SLIPPER MAKER. EMPLOYED AS A TAILOR'S ASSISTANT. ENLISTED HULL. SERVED AS PRIVATE, 203474, 1/4TH EAS ...

First NameGEORGE HENRY

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BORN HULL 1898. ARMY ADDRESS ABOVE. NB: PTE. JOHN MEDCALF - 1 ALBION PLACE, WILLIAM STREET. JAMES WILLIAM MEDCALF, DLI - 66 SPENCER STREET

First NameARCHIBALD

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BORN GOOLE 10/09/1876. SON OF CALEB (1847-1909) & HANNAH MARY BURTON (1850-1923), FROM WITHERNSEA. ONE OF TWELVE CHILDREN. LIVED WITH BROTHER REGINALD AT THIS ADDRESS (1901 CENSUS). WORKED AS A FRUIT MERCHANT. EMIGRATED TO CANADA. WORKED AS A LABOURER. EN ...

First NameTHOMAS

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BORN HULL 1895. SON OF THOMAS & MARY A SNELL - ARMY RECORD ADDRESS

First NameJOHN WILLIAM

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BORN HULL 1896. WIFE LIVED ABOVE. SON OF JOHN & FLORENCE TAYLOR - 9 ETTS GROVE, STRICKLAND ST AND THIS CWGC ADDRESS. A DOCK LABOURER AND EX BLUNDELL'S PAINT WORKER. HE ENLISTED IN HULL. SERVED WITH 7TH EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT. DIED OF WOUNDS, ON 22/07/191 ...

First NameHARRY

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BORN HULL 1888. MARRIED ANNIE PARKINSON IN HULL IN 1909. EMPLOYED AS A DOCK LABOURER. HIS WIFE ANNIE AND 4 CHILDREN LIVED AT 12 NORTH EASTERN COTTAGES, BRIGHT STREET, HULL (1911 CENSUS) AND LOWER UNION STREET HULL. HE ENLISTED IN HULL. SERVED WITH THE 1ST ...