NEWTEST

Last Name
Regiment
Address
Narrative
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 […]
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 […]
Death reported in the Hull Daily Mail 28 May 1915
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 […]
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"
Norwood Street, Hull, UK
       
Died on
10/09/1916
       
Aged
35
Born North Kelsey, Lincolnshire, 1880. Son of Joh and Louis Charles. He was a builder, Resided with his widowed father at 34 Wyndham Street, Hull (1911 Census).He enlisted inHull. Served with the 4th East Yorkshires. Killed at the Somme, on 10/09/1916, aged 35. He is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial to the Missing. He is recorded a […]
Skipper
8 WILFRED'S TERRACE, NORNABELL STREET, HULL
       
Died on
06/02/1915
Skipper, H. Bust was Captain, of the salvage steamer "Salvo N0:1", which turned turtle in a gale at Peterhead on 06/02/1916. He drowned with his son and four other crew. He left a grown up family at Nornabell Street, Hull. His son was not married. Hull Daily Mail, 09/02/1915. *
3 Eliza terrace, Walker Street, Hull, Uk
       
Died on
17/11/1915
       
Aged
43
Killed in action on 17/11/1915. He left a widow and ten children, at Eliza terrace, walker Street, Hull. His death was reported in the Hull daily Mail, with his photograph in the Hull Daily Mail. His death is not listed in CWGC Records
Denzil Avenue,Southampton, UK
       
       
Died on
12/07/1917
       
Aged
19
Born Hull 25/05/1898. Son of Oswald Malcolm Ellis (1871-1940) and Edith Josephine Smith (1873-1935). Lived 27 Denzil Avenue, Southampton. Eldest of two sons. GUY ELLIS was studying for his Intermediate Civil Service exam when, on 29th September 1915, he joined the London Regiment (Artists’ Rifles) at Dukes Road W.C. at the age of sev […]
8 WILFRED'S TERRACE, NORNABELL STREET, HULL
       
Died on
06/02/1915
       
Aged
23
Drowned with his father on the Hull salvage steamer, "Salvo No:1", which upturned, in a gale at Peterhead, on 06/02/1915. He was unmarried and aged 23.
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
Hull HU1 3RQ
       
       
Died on
22/08/1918
       
Aged
29
Lance Bombardier MASTERS, FRANK Service Number 765532 Died 22/08/1918 Aged 29 "B" Bty., 223rd Bde. Royal Field Artillery Son of Harriett Masters, of Long Riston, Holderness, Hull and the late Matthew Masters; Husband of the late Annie Masters. He is buried at Serre Cemetery no: 2, Somme, France His grave inscription, reads, "G […]
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 […]
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
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.
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.
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 […]
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 […]