Tom Miskin, 1/4th East Yorkshire Battalion, killed in action 27th May 1918

Tom Miskin. Brother of Priscilla, Clara, Charlotte, Kate & William. Born in 1894, Hull, he was killed on the 27th May 1918 in the Battle of Aisne & Marne (France). He was a private in 1st/4th Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment (#205462), and is identified on the Soissons Memorial (France).
On the 3rd August 1912, in St Wilfred’s Church, The Boulevard, Hull, he married Florence Flynn (b.1892/1893, Leeds; d.1949, Hull); Florence was a fish washer by profession. Tom had lived in 1 Tannys Buildings, on 31st March 1901 and worked as a Rullyman. By 2nd April, 1911, he worked on the docks and had eventually moved to 11 Emilys Terrace, Strickland Street, Hull. Just over a 1½ years later, he had returned to the trade of a Rullyman on 3rd August 1912.

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