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Last Name
Regiment
Address
Narrative
Hull HU1 3RQ
       
       
Died on
20/09/1917
Private, STEPHENSON, ARTHUR, Service Number 44770, Died 20/09/1917, 10th Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers. His name is recorded on the Leven, Roll of Honour, St Peter's Church, Leven, East Yorkshire
Died on
16/09/1916
       
Aged
23
Born Hull 1893. Son of Robert and Charlotte Carrington, of 7 Sovereign Place William Street, Hull. A Baker. He served as Driver in the 251st Royal Field Artillery. Killed in action, by a shell, on 16/09/1916. He left his unmarried wife, Emma Ayer at 41 South Boulevard, Hull (Pension Ledger Address). She later moved to 613 Spring Bank Wes […]
Died on
31/12/1915
Served with the Royal Naval reserve, on the HMT "Speeton". Lost at sea on 31/12/1915. His death was reported in the Hull Daily Mail, on 12/01/1916, with his photograph
66 Manchester Street, Hessle Road, Hull, HU3 4TX
       
       
Died on
31/10/1917
       
Aged
29
Born at Settrington, Malton, Yorks. Son of William Smith; husband of Florence Smith, of I, Claremont Avenue, Scarborough St., Hessle Rd., Hull. Reported as died of wounds, on 31/10/1917, aged 29. Served in the 49th Battery, 40th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. He left a widow and three children. Son of Mrs Smith - 66 Manchester Street, […]
Hull HU1 3RQ
       
       
Died on
13/06/1918
       
Aged
44
Service Number 19484 Died 13/06/1918 Aged 44 2nd Bn. East Yorkshire Regiment Husband of Mary Stephenson, of East Street, Leven. Buried at Strauma Military Cemeterym Greece. His Grave inscription reads, "GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN" His name is recorded on the Leven Roll of Honour, St Peter's Church, Leven, East Yorkshire.
7 Herberts Avenue, Balfour Street, Hull
       
Died on
11/08/1917
       
Aged
50
Born Glasgow, 1867. Husband of Emma McLean and 5 children at 9 Spring Terrace Waterloo Street Hull (1911 Census) and 7 Herbert's Avenue, Balfour Street, Hull (Pension Address). A former Hull Dock Labourer. He served in the Royal Naval Reserve, H.M. Trawler "Jay." . Lost at sea through enemy action, on 11/08/1917, aged 50.
Elloughton, Brough, Yorkshire, UK
       
       
Died on
15/09/1916
       
Aged
22
Born Elloughton 1894 Son of the late George William Beaulah (1857-1922) & Mary Anna Verity (1859-1921), of Elloughton, Brough, Yorkshire. Worked with his father as a Carting Labourer He had four brothers and six sisters. He enlisted in at Elloughton. Served as  Pte, George Carlill Beaulah, 3585, 1/4th Northumberland Fusiliers. Kille […]
HU2 9AP
       
CB Ward, Royal Navy, is listed on Hull's Clifton Street School Memorial. His details are unknown and I would be grateful for any any information, to help identify him?
HU1 2DA
       
       
Died on
01/07/1916
       
Aged
25
Private Henry Hodgson Appleton (1890-1916). Originally from Raskelf, North Yorkshire. Son of Mr. James Henry Appleton (1860-1911) and Mrs. Annie August Hodgson (1864-1944), of Raskelf, Easingwold, Yorks. One of six children. He later lived in Hull and worked as a draper's assistant. Employee of Messrs. Edwin Davis & Co., 42 Market St […]
46 GREEN LANE, HULL, UK
       
Died on
11/07/1916
       
Aged
29
Lost on the steam ship "Era", on 11/07/1916, aged 29. Left wife and daughter at 46 Green Lane, Hull. His wife was daughter oh Mr S.J. Buffey, a well known Hull Fruitier. Before the war, he worked for Groves Oil Mill, Hull and served as a cook on the "Elucide". His death was reported in the Hull Daily Mail, 27/06/1916, with his photograph […]
HU3 4AL
       
       
Died on
22/11/1918
       
Aged
36
Private, 27082, James Brown, Labour Corps, died on 22/11/1918. (HDM 23/11/1919), Son of James and Emma, of 97 Wassand Street, Hull (1911 census). A former dock labourer. Formerly served as Private, 34863, 7th Lincolnshire Regiment. James (Jim) Brown, reported as died of influenza, in France, on 22/11/1918, aged 36. His death and address […]
Chief officer
219 MARLBOROUGH AVENUE, HULL
His death was reported in the Hull daily Mail, on 11/09/1917. Lost at sea returning to England, on HMS transports. he belonged to an old seafaring family in Hull. He was connected with the South American trades and voyages. He resided at 219 Marlborough Avenue, Hull. He left a widow and son who was serving with the forces in India, and t […]
LOCKINGTON, BEVERLEY, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK
       
Died on
17/04/1917
       
Aged
19
BORN ROOS, 1898. SON OF ARTHUR AND POLENA NALTON, OF 10 WORTLEY STREET, BRUMBY, SCUNTHORPE (CWGC ADDRESS). HE LIVED IN LOCKINGTON, BEVERLEY. ENLISTED HULL. SERVED WITH THE EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT. TRANSFERRED TO THE 203RD MOUNTED MACHINE GUN CORPS. KILLED IN ACTION, ON 17/04/1917, AGED 19. HIS ARMY EFFECTS WERE LEFT TO HIS FATHER. BURIE […]
Died on
14/07/1916
Well known figure on the City of Hull Tramways and member of the St John Ambulance Brigade. One of 50 volunteers who helped the RAMC (Canadian contingent). Died of Cholera in the East on 14/07/1916. His home was in Ballymena, Ireland. His death was reported in the Hull Daily Mail, on 15/09/1916, with his photograph.
SOUTH NEWBALD, YORKSHIRE
       
Died on
27/04/1916
       
Aged
34
Alfred John Briscol, served on HM Fleet "Messenger Hillingholme". He was killed in action, on 20/04/1916, in the North Sea. He was aged 34 and the first from the village of south Newbald to die in the war. He was married in Hull in 1911 and was well know in the merchant Navy community sailing many times from Hull. He was a member of the […]
Death reported in the Hull Daily Mail 28 May 1915
Aged
46
Eldest Son of W & H Cooper, of 99 Craven Street, Hull. Second Engineer, HMT "Lady Ismay". Previous to joining the Admiralty, he was employed at the fitting shops, of Grimsby. He is pictured in the Hull Daily Mail, on 17/02/1916. *
BORN HULL 1888. SON OF WILLIAM AND HANNAH TINDLE, OF 30 BISHOP LANE, HULL. SECOND OF FIVE SONS. A WAREHOUSEMAN. ENLISTED HULL. SERVED IN THE 6TH EAST YORKSHIRE PIONEERS REGIMENT. HE DIED OF WOUNDS, ON 21/08/1917, AGED 29. BURIED AT DIVISIONAL COLLECTING POST CEMETERY AND EXTENSION, BELGIUM. HIS ELDEST BROTHER, JOHN TINDLE, SERVED IN THE […]
       
Died on
13/11/1916
       
Aged
31
BORN HULL 1885. SON OF JOHN JAMES BETTS AND MARY JACKMAN, OF 10 MILLER TERRACE, SPYVEE STREET AND 58 CLIFTON TERRACE, DAY STREET, WELLINGTON LANE, HULL. HE ENLISTED IN THE 13TH HULL PALS AND WAS KILLED ON THE 13TH NOVEMBER 1916, AGED 31. BEFORE THE WAR HE WORKED AS A PORTER AND OPERATER FOR THE NORTH EASTERN RAILWAYS, AT THE SCULCOATES S […]
Hull HU1 3RQ
       
       
Died on
12/12/1914
       
Aged
31
Captain Miles Radcliffe 2nd Bn. Border Regiment, 2nd Bn. attd. 1st Bn. Royal Scots Fusiliers 12th December 1914, aged 31. Special Memorial 2. Son of Henry Miles and Eva Bertha Radcliffe; husband of Dorothy Kathleen Radcliffe, of "The Laurels" Hull Road., York. KEMMEL CHURCHYARD, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. His Grave reads, "PEACE PERFECT PEACE"