Kingston upon Hull War Memorial 1914 - 1918

The story of Hull in World War One

WESTMINSTER AVENUERSS

First NameEDWARD RIDER

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BORN PRESTON, HULL 1888. SON OF EDWARD & HANNAH MARIA BELL, 25 WESTMINSTER AVENUE. BEFORE THE WAR HE WAS THE ASSISTANT MANAGER OF HULL PICTURE PALACE. EDUCATED AT CRAVEN STREET SCHOOL AND HULL TECHNICAL COLLEGE. HE WAS AN APPRENTICE ACCOUNTANT, PARLIAMENT ...

First NameEDWIN NICHOLSON

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BORN WHITSTABLE 1888. SON OF EDWIN BLAXLAND (1857-1926) AND ROSALIA WHEELER (1855-1950). MARRIED AT SCULCAOTES, HULL, IN JULY 1914. HIS WIFE KATE DREWERY BLAXLAND (HEPWORTH) LIVED AT THIS CWGC ADDRESS. HE WAS THE SON IN LAW OF WILLIAM HEPWORTH, A JOINER, ...

First NameJAMES

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BORN HULL 1898. SON OF HERBERT BURTON & KATE (HYDE) - 8 VERONA TERRACE, WATERLOO STREET & ABOVE ADDRESS. HDM 30/5/18

First NameCHARLES WILLIAM

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BORN HULL 1892. SON OF MR SAMUEL J & MARY JANE EVERATT. NB: CAPT JOHN JOSEPH, DLI - 25 CARRINGTON ST.

First NameLEONARD JESSE LIVESEY

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Hull Pals Memorial Post. SERGEANT LEONARD JESSE LIVESEY JACQUES 22482. Born in 1896, Leonard was the youngest of three children to George and Jane Jacques of 68 Cartwright Street, Doncaster. A Board of Trade Clerk before the war, he was living at 95 Westm ...

First NameWALTER EDWIN

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BORN HULL 1865. A MASTER MARINER OF THIS PROBATE ADDRESS. HE DIED OF WOUNDS, ON 19/02/1923. HIS NAME IS LISTED IN HOLY TRINITY CHURCH. HIS WIFE TEKLA SOPHIA SMEDBURG &SON HARRY ALEXANDER MCLAREN MOVED TO AMERICA. HE LEFT £574 IN HIS WILL TO HUMBER PILOTS, ...

First NameDANIEL

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BORN HULL 1881. HULL PAL. WIFE ELLEN McGOWAN ABOVE AND 15 ELLIS TERRACE, HOLDERNESS ROAD. A FORMER DOCK LABOURER. ENLISTED HULL 2/10/1914. KILLED IN ACTION. LISTED ON ST CHARLES CHURCH MEMORIAL. HIS DEATH WAS REPORTED, WITH HIS PHOTOGRAPH, IN THE HULL DAI ...

First NameBERTRAM PERCY

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BORN SOUTHAMPTON 1886. WIFE HANNAH CURTIS LIVED ABOVE. HULL MERCHANT NAVY ROH. Romeo was a 1,730grt defensively-armed British merchant steamer. On the 3 March 1918 when 7 miles South from Mull of Galloway she was torpedoed without warning and sunk by a s ...