A wide variety of sources have been used to compile the information presented on this website. Not all material is original and due credit is given to all original sources. Where possible they are listed below:
Imperial War Museum
Hull Daily Mail
Wreck Site – http://wrecksite.eu/Wrecksite.aspx
The Mann Index collections – Hull History Centre
Hull Areas the Old Years Face Book
Hull Webs History of Hull
Alex Gill – Lost Trawlers of Hull – http://hullwebs.co.uk/content/l-20c/conflict/ww1/trawlers/intro.htm
Dave Richardson, of Hull – Clifton Street Roll of Honour research
Hull Pals Memorial – Face Book, – Joe Solo’s Pal stories.
Soldiers & Officers Died in the Great War 1914-18, HMSO 1921 – lists 42,000 Officers and 703,ooo, individuals, in 80 volumes
Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Founded in 1917. Honours the 1.7 million men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died in the First and Second World Wars
The Great War Archives – Oxford University. A collection of the University’s modern involvement with World War One; spanning academic research, teaching materials as well as digital database of manuscripts & artefacts from the Great War.
Europeana Collections 1914-18. Europeana is an initiative of the European Union, financed by the European Union’s Connecting Europe Facility and European Union Member States.
The Long, Long Trail – Chris Baker’s website – dedicated to helping you discover the British army and its soldiers of the First World War.
Chris Smith – Thornwood Services Ltd
Sutton and Warne Museum. located inside the former St James’ Church of England School, Church Street, Sutton-on-Hull
Glen Hopkins for his work on the North Eastern Railways (NER) in WW1
WW1 Lives Project, Beverley – http://www.briefreport.co.uk/news/volunteers-needed-for-ww1-lives-project-2525178.html
The World Remembers has compiled a database that includes the WWI military deaths from all participating countries. ://www.theworldremembers.org/search-the-names